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Manali tour and travel is made easy by TourTravelWorld. Explore holiday packages for Manali in the available 3k+ packages. Far north of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh lies a hilltop hamlet called Manali. The enchanting mountain ranges, mystical clouds, and the dense deodar forests lined by the gushing waves of River Beas welcome the travellers to this God's Own Valley. With its forest-covered peaks, sparkling Beas water, lush green valleys, and serpentine roads, this hilly hamlet has clutched the top spot as a honeymooners' paradise. Confirm your splendid Manali holiday travel packages from the TourTravelWorld, a renowned travel portal where you can get a comprehensive list of the travel agents for Manali Trip.

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A trip to Manali requires money and planning. The latter can sometimes get on your nerves or even repress your excitement. When you decide to discover Manali with TourTravelWorld, all you have to do is determine a budget and let our experts take care of everything else for you. We provide a Kullu Manali holiday package at different price points and tailored to your unique travel, accommodation, and food preferences.

However, it is also famous as a backpackers' heaven. While honeymooners flock to this town to romance in the picturesque natural setting of the place, thrilling activities like trekking, paragliding, rafting, and river crossing, etc., here make it a favorite among the adventure seekers.

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The eternal charm of Manali has always managed to magnetize travellers from near and far. It came into existence when Sage Manu recreated human life after stepping off his ark. This hilly town takes its name from Manu-Alaya, meaning the abode of Manu. This town has always been at the centre of attraction for tourists from different parts of the country. A visit to the ancient temple dedicated to Sage Manu in Old Manali is included in the Manali Tour Packages by travellers who want to know more about the history of the town.

The Best Tour Packages For Manali comprise of top tourist destinations in manali like Hadimba Temple, Museum Of Himachal Culture & Folk Art, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monasteries, Vashisht Hot Water Spring, Jogini Falls, Rahala Falls, Van Vihar National Park, etc. The travel enthusiast book a taxi to travel the serpentine roads and reach the snowy Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Gulaba, Kothi, and Bhrigu Lake. Travellers book Manali Holiday packages because private taxis, bullets, buses, etc., are pre-booked according to availability and convenience. While the adventure lovers can try the enthralling activities in Solang and Gulaba, the honeymooners love to book Manali Honeymoon Packages that comprise of stay in mountain-view resorts and visits to the beautiful valleys of Manali.


Budget For Manali Trip



Are you planning to take a break from your hectic life and spend some quality time in Manali? Looking for the best Manali trip packages from Delhi or somewhere else? Despite what your peers say, you can explore Manali on a budget. If you are planning an extended weekend getaway in Manali, which is usually 3-4 days, be prepared to shell out at least INR 10,000. This includes bus transportation and modest accommodation with food.

However, there’s no limit to what you can spend on local excursions, adventure activities, shopping, and gourmet food.

Best Time To Visit Manali



The perfect time for a trip to Manali is from April to June. When the whole country burns in the summer hot, it's still cool and the weather is fine. Since the risks of landslides are high, monsoons should be avoided. The winters are difficult, but people who like the cold weather and snow should definitely visit. If you go between December and January, heavy winter clothes should be ready. You can book the best tour packages for Manali from TourTravelWorld. Those who love the snow and cold can visit Manali from October to February to enjoy the cold. March to June is the peak season as nearby tourist destinations like Rohtang Pass become accessible for travellers.


How To Reach Manali?



By Air
Bhuntar, which is just 50 km away, is the nearest airport. Taxis and buses are available from here to Manali.

By Train
Una is the nearest railway station (250 km). You must take a bus to Manali from there.

By Road
Manali can be easily reached from major cities such as Chandigarh, Delhi, and Amritsar. Overnight coaches are the best choice to take you through the day.




Fun Things to Do in Kullu Manali



Kullu Manali is the top mountain destination in India for good reasons. You can do a lot of fun activities here. There are almost no limits to what to do in Kullu. While Manali has incredible places where you can sit and marvel, it has also become an adventure hub for people of all ages

Here are some of the fun things that you can partake in and blow off some steam. And don’t forget to capture those exhilarating moments while you are at it.

Paragliding



This is one of the most popular attractions here. If you are adventure-loving, then paragliding is the ultimate adrenaline rush. Kullu Manali Tour for the youth is incomplete without paragliding. The cost of paragliding is within 5000 rupees, depending on the amount of time you want to spend in the air. You can also bargain to make it fit your budget.

Trekking



Trekking is an integral part of the trip to the mountains. Hampta pass, Malana, Beas Kund, and Deo Tibba are a few of the most popular trekking options. If you are looking for a more adventurous and challenging trek, go for Dhauladhar ranges. At Malana, you have the chance to climb over Chandrakhani and Deo Tibba peaks.

River Rafting



River rafting on the river Beas' ebullient water is a thrill-packed activity you can do in Kullu. It costs about a thousand rupees for each, and the rafting distance may vary from seven to fourteen kilometres.


Skiing



Whether you are a pro, beginner or has never stepped into ski shoes, you can enjoy ski activities in Manali without getting hurt, to say the least. Head to Solang Valley or Rohtang Pass to enjoy your ski escapades. These regions receive heavy snowfall and retain a thick blanket of snow all year round. Also, an experienced instructor will assist you to help you make the most of your ski experience.

Zorbing



Do you fancy rolling down the hill? If so, Zorbing is a perfect recreational activity for you. Bring out the child in you and hop on a downhill adventure like never before. Zorbing is a fun activity for kids and adults alike. Slip into a giant inflatable ball and let it take its course. Make sure you eat light before indulging in this head-spinning activity.

Fishing


Angling for calm and some good Trout fish? Manalsu Nala is a place for you. Located 4 kilometres from Manali Mall Road square, this place offers a serene environment where you can spend quality time with yourself or your loved ones. You can opt for a guided fishing excursion that includes pick and drop as well.

All these activities and more are often included in adventure packages for Manali.



Must-visit Places In Manali




There are several notable destinations in and around Manali that can keep you occupied throughout your stay. Loved by tourists and recommended by locals, the following places are quite popular and offer something for everyone. Whether you are the religious kind, a foodie, adventurer or peace-seeker, these places never fail to impress.

Beas Kund



Situated far away from the bustle of city life, Beas Kund is a go-to place for adventure enthusiasts who want to trek the snowy mountains and sweeping landscapes or sit back and enjoy a foot soak in the river Beas. One of the main attractions is the alpine lake that captures and reflects the beautiful vistas around it.

How to reach : Beas Kund is 17 kilometres from Manali. You could drive or hire a private taxi to arrive at the bottom of the trek. Those who don’t wish to trek can still marvel at this wonderful fantasy land.

Arjun Gufa



This offbeat cave offers a sneak peek into the legendary era of Mahabharata. Locals believe that this is where the Pandava warrior, Arjuna, meditated and gained the ‘Pashupat Astra’ from Lord Indra. The cave is open for tourists and offers a serene environment away from the city’s crowd.

How to reach: Arjun Gufa is located 5 kilometres from Manali, en route to Naggar. If you are not someone who likes to sit and wonder, this place also offers an excursion opportunity to the Kunto Matha Temple and Kunt Bhayo Lake, which are a real payoff for trekking enthusiasts.

Mall Road



A brisk stroll down the Mall Road is a great way to get yourself familiar with the local culture and lifestyle. It’s a shopping destination for tourists, offering exclusive handicrafts(Tibetan shawls, jewellery, etc.) and souvenirs, most of which are sourced locally. And as you crave food after a long walk, Mall Road of Manali has an extensive line-up of restaurants and small cafes that cater to every palate and dietary preference.

How to reach: Mall Road is 200m from Manali City Centre.

Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art



Learn about the local culture, legends and rare antiques of Himachal Pradesh at this Museum. Witness the eclectic collection of utensils, traditional dresses, tiny models of temples, forts and houses. The room is full of archaeological wonders and other articles of great historical significance. Tourists leaving here have a lot to talk about on their way back home.

How to reach: Located 3 kilometres from Manali City Centre, you can either walk or hail a taxi to arrive at the Museum without tiring your muscles.

Chandrakhani Pass



This offbeat trench leading through snow-clad mountains gravitates adrenaline junkies from all over the country. No matter how many treks have you completed before, this one reserves a unique charm. As you start your hike from Naggar, you are immediately cut off from the rest of the world. You will find yourself amidst the towering mountains, with breathtaking views every step of the way. It’s a 3-day guided trek that takes you through thick forests and unchartered territories of Himachal Pradesh.

How to reach: A sheer test of endurance and perseverance, this beautiful trail is located 23 kilometres north of Manali and is rated ‘easy to moderate’ on the difficulty scale.

Gulaba



If you are on your way to Rohtang Pass, a little detour leading through Gulaba is worth your time. This quaint hill station is covered with knee-deep snow during winters and flaunts verdant meadows during late spring and throughout the summer. The main highlights include adventurous activities such as paragliding, snowmobile riding, skiing and hiking, to name a few.

How to reach: Gulaba is 13 kilometres from Manali and can be reached by private or public transport. If you are tight on budget, hop on the state transport bus or book a shared taxi. You might end up finding a travel companion along the way.

Manu Temple



In case you didn’t know, Manali was named after an Indian sage, Manu, who had lived and meditated in Manali for a long time. Legend has it that sage Manu mediated exactly where the temple stands today. To make the temple more accessible and fairly comfortable to explore, it was reconstructed in 1992.

How to reach: Manu temple is located 3 kilometres from Manali city centre. You can get a taxi or hail an autorickshaw to arrive at the temple. If you wish to enjoy sightseeing, a long walk to the temple is worth straining your muscles a bit.


Hadimba Temple, Manali



Also coined as Dhungari Temple or Hidimba Devi Temple by the locals, the construction of the ancient shrine was initiated by Maharaj Bahadur Singh back in 1553. Just as the name suggests, the temple was devoted to Hidimba Devi, who was Bheema's wife. The temple's jaw-dropping wooden architecture is quite different from the Hindi temples that you might have seen to date.

A shrine devoted to Ghatotkacha, Hidimba Devi's son, is also present on the premises. The temple is one of the best places to visit in Manali, considering the cedar groves that encircles it and the snow-clad hills that serve as the iconic backdrop.
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Location: Old Manali
Timings: 8 in the morning to 6 in the evening

Solang Valley



A small valley sitting pretty above 8400 feet from sea level, Solang Nala is a short distance away from Manali. The place hosts some of the world-famous adventure sports in Manali and is a must-visit place for sports enthusiasts. During summers, people visit the valley to either enjoy paragliding or zorbing. You can also choose to get on a cable car and marvel at the scenic Himalayan views.

Location: Burwa in Manali
Distance: It is situated 14 km from Manali.


Jogini Waterfalls


The sparkling cascades of Jogini Falls is an enticing trek from Manali city-centre. The trail leading to the waterfall is adorned with scenic beauty and offers you a brief glimpse into River Beas and the snow-capped mountains of Rohtang. Besides the tranquil setting, Jogini is also counted as an important pilgrimage point.

Location: Manali’s Vashisht Village
Timings- The waterfall can be visited anytime.


The Manali Gompa



Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa is all about ornate designs combined with sensational Tibetan architecture. Most commonly termed as Manali Gompa, it is one of the best places to visit in Manali, which dates back to the 1960s and owes its construction to the Tibetan refugees. You can rejuvenate yourself in tranquil settings and soak in the spiritual vibes. Manali Gompa also includes extraordinary murals that depict essential Buddhism events in vibrant and lively colours and Pagoda-style roofs.

The stalls lining the complex are an excellent place to collect some souvenirs and exclusive Tibetan handicrafts.


Location: Old Manali Road, Manali
Timings: 6 in the morning to 6 in the night. It is closed on Sundays.

Bhrigu Lake, Manali



Wonder where you can get picture-perfect alpine meadows and evergreen tree forests near quite high-altitude bodies of water? Bhrigu Lake in Manali has all of it and more, and no wonder why people count on it as one of the unique trekking spots in Manali. The Pir Panjal Range's postcard-perfect views that the final destination of the trek promises encourage more and more people to visit the place.

Location: Kully District, Manali
Distance: It is located some 19 kilometres from Manali

Manali Wildlife Sanctuary



The Manali Wildlife Sanctuary is a break from the usual lakes, hilltops, and scenic views. It is one of the top places included in the Kullu Manali holiday package, considering the rare bird species present in the sanctuary and the wild mountain animals. Some of the popularly spotted animals in the sanctuary are musk deer, brown bear, and leopard. The sanctuary is also home to forests that boast of chestnut trees, walnut trees, maple, and deodar.

Vashisht Village



This village is well-known for Vashisht Temple, Ram Temple, and hot streams. You can reach Vashisht village by auto. For a better experience, you can walk from Manali to this village. Half an hour-long pleasant walk will take you to the woollen cloth and antique jewellery stores in the idyllic lanes of Vashisht village.

Manikaran



Visitors to Manali seldom miss out on this popular religious destination near the river Parvati. Manikaran is famous for its hot springs known far and wide for their healing abilities. It is a significant religious spot for both the Hindus and Sikhs. You must visit the Gurudwara for the langar, a meal offered to the people by the Gurudwara. They also serve hot tea as prasad. Small pouches of lentils and rice can be seen being cooked in the hot springs, which are served at the langar later.

Him Valley



Him valley fun and food entertainment are undoubtedly some of the top attractions of Manali. It is on Rohtang road, close to Manali Mall road. You can do a lot of activities here to keep yourself happily engaged. Dance shows from various states of the country, magic shows, joy rides, swings, car and boat rides, great food in traditional eating houses of Himachali style, you will get anything and everything you are hoping for at Him Valley.

Rohtang Pass



This high mountain pass is a must-visit spot for those who are adventure lovers. It is fifty kilometres away from Manali and remains open for visitors coming in motor vehicles from May to November. It is unavailable for a visit during the winter due to extreme weather conditions. You can do a lot of fun and thrill activities at Rohtang pass, such as gondola riding, paragliding, camping, and skiing.


Top Places to visit in Kullu



Kullu has been a leading hill station and offers quite a few places to visit and savour the flavour of the mountain. Check out these places when you visit Kullu.

Monasteries



There are numerous monasteries distributed all over the Kullu district. If you are looking for spiritual peace, do not miss out on the serene monasteries such as Dhakpo Shedrupling, Tabo, and Dechen Choekhor Mahavira. There are more of such beautiful Tibetan monasteries, but these three are leading names.

Great Himalayan National Park



Are you longing for long car drives or treks? Then the Great Himalayan National Park is your top choice. If you have enough time, about two or three days, consider this place. You can enjoy nature at its calming best all through your journey at this park. Snowy mountain tops add to the serenity of the place.

Hotels in Manali



There are hotels for every budget. From economical hostels for solo travellers to comfortable rooms for families and luxury suites for couples, you can easily find your perfect stay in the valley, depending on the Manali holiday package you choose. It is recommended to book your stay in advance, especially during the peak seasons, which are ‘February to June’ and ‘September to November’.

(Read Also: Majestic Hotels In Manali For Honeymoon in 2021)



Manali Travel Tips


A trip to Manali is far more exhaustive than your weekend getaway. Needless to say, it requires prior planning.

Ideally, you should start packing your bags at least two days before your trip starts. That’s because rushing things at the eleventh hour often leads to disappointments and a bitter experience at the destination, especially when it’s really a cold place like Manali.

If you are travelling to Manali for the first time and don’t know what the weather is like in different parts of this tourism capital, here are a few things that you should pack for your upcoming sightseeing and adventure escapades in Manali and nearby areas.

Comfy Footwear
The moment you get out of your vehicle and feel the crisp air in your face, you will realise that this quaint town is best explored on foot. However, those hours of street strolling and trekking activities can give you blisters and pain in the ankles. Therefore, you will need a pair of comfortable shoes to avoid early fatigue. You will thank yourself later for investing in a pair of high-quality training shoes.

Woollens for the snowy weather
If you are travelling to Manali during winter, wearing too many layers isn’t going to help. At best, you’ll end up with a nagging feeling of discomfort while walking, skiing or trekking. The right way to suit up for utterly cold weather is to wear thermals underneath your regular clothes and button-up your overcoat. This should help you brave the chilly winds without restricting your body movement.

Sunglasses
When the weather is nice and sunny, the glare from the sun and snow can be bedazzling. Prolonged exposure to glare can give you a headache that might spoil the rest of your day. So, don’t forget to carry anti-glare, polarised sunglasses to protect your eyes.

Always check the local weather forecast before heading out for sightseeing or adventure activities. Not trying to scare you, but that’s Manali. The weather changes in the blink of an eye and can turn from sunny to rainy to utterly cold in minutes. So, always keep extra woollens handy.


Shopping in Manali



When in Manali, don't miss shopping in Old Manali and Mall Road. Woolen clothes, wooden handicrafts, Kinnauri Shawls, Kullu Caps, Prayer Wheels, Prayer Flags, Thangkas, Lingad, and Apple Pickle, are some of the must-buy things in this hippie town.


What To Eat In Manali?



If you are a foodie or simply concerned about the food options available in the valley, you are in for a treat. Brimming with local and upmarket restaurants, Manali has plenty of non-veg, vegetarian and vegan food options.

If you are on your own, you can start your morning with Masala Omelette that should hold you until the afternoon. During the day, you can have kadhi chawal, Kullu Trout, or Patande and feast on a full-course meal after a long tiring day.

Major Nearby Villages or Towns Near Manali



If you think you have seen it all, think again because there are several villages and towns in the vicinity of Manali that beg to be explored. If you have the time and budget to extend your stay, you can explore beautiful places like Bhuntar, Kasol, Kullu, Naggar, Manikaran, Jagatsukh, Kothi village and Spiti Valley, to name a few.

(Read Also: Serene Hill Stations to Visit Near Manali for a Fun-Filled Experience)

We recommend you always carry a first aid kit, a camera for taking a lot of pictures and a handful of cash for purchasing local souvenirs.

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    Frequently Asked Questions
    1. What is the best time to visit Manali?

      Manali has its own beauty each year during the dominating seasons, but summer is possibly the best time to visit Manali. Due to this location\'s high altitude, even on a hot summer afternoon, you are subjected to cool and refreshing weather, though you still have to enjoy the subtle chill. The temperature ranges from 15 ° C to 30 ° C, maintaining pleasant weather. If you endear adventure activities, this is the best time to try paragliding, biking, camping, and rafting.

    2. What kind of adventure activities take place in Manali?

      The mountains offer an array of adventure activities in Manali for its visitors: River Rafting, Mountaineering in Beas Kund, Hanuman Tibba, Deo Tibba, paragliding, skiing became renowned as an adventure sport in Manali.

    3. How much does the Manali trip cost?

      In terms of price and value for money, Manali is the best place to fly. The gates to Manali are Delhi and Chandigarh. To fly Manali, you have to enter Delhi or Chandigarh alone. Every package you use starts from Chandigarh or Delhi. Manali season and off-season rates are pretty different. For a couple of days, in-season Manali trip cost would be at least Rs.18000, including Volvo tickets, hotel breakfast dinners, and drive cars for a minimum of four days. There are a three-night and four-day tour selection of 1300 to 16000 R, incl. Volvo, hotel, breakfast, and driver\'s car, which may be offered during the offseason.

    4. How many days are enough to visit Manali?

      It will take 2 – 4 days to explore the beauty of the Manali. 1 day for old Manali, 1 day for the Rohtang pass; 1 day for the Vashist, Yogini, and mall route; 2 days for Kasol and Manikaran; and all significant trekking tours will take place in the Kasol belt.

    5. What is famous in Manali?

      Kasol is amongst the most popular destinations for hippie backpackers and is situated 76 kilometres from Manali. Manikaran is considered a very sacred site for Sikhs, among the most famous tourist destinations adjacent to Manali. Malana is an ancient village 84 kilometres from Manali, and with its popular Malana Cream, it has come into focus. Tosh is a location with spectacular views of the Himalayan mountains covered with snow. If you want to be in a natural environment, you would love this place. Kheerganga is among the most popular hikes in Himachal Pradesh, 77 kilometres away from Manali.

    6. What is the best location to stay in Manali?

      Manali is like a place to relax with a glass of chai by hand or to the snowy mountains to practice some adventure sport for hours listening to travelers’ stories. There are many hotels on the stream of backpackers to the Hidimba Temple of Manali or Mall Road, and thanks to the city\'s popularity with Indian visitors, there are more up-to-date accommodation options.

    7. What is the best time to see snow in Manali?

      In December or January, you could see snowfall in Manali, but in October, Rohtang Pass itself would be full of snow. The average temperature during this period can be as low as -7 degrees centigrade.

    8. How to go to Rohtang Pass from Manali?

      Rohtang Pass is about a 2-hour drive from Manali, and there are many private taxis and public buses running along with it. You can also take cabs belonging to the hotels you are staying in.


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