Himachal Pradesh is one of those states in India which is hard to forget and remains in one’s thoughts and hearts long after a visit. The state is blessed with snow capped mountains, cobbled streets, deep plunging valleys and waterfalls, treacherous trekking routes, old folklore and legends which makes this state one of a kind.
This 5 nights 6 days Fascinating Manali Package starts off from Manali.
Manali is a resort town which lies in the Beas River Valley and it was once an ancient trade route to Ladakh. Manali now has a new image now, it is one of the best holiday destinations to travel in India, whether it be for families, couples or groups of friends.
There are many places worth checking out in Manali. The place is famous for its cafes in Old Manali. Some of the famous cafes to check out are Cafe 1947, whose fish and chips are a must have. Other cafes include Drifter’s cafe, The Lazy Dog and Cafe Meraki. You can also spend the evening shopping to your heart’s content at Mall Road where you will get authentic and local souvenirs.
Next day will be spent at Solang Valley, which is also known as the “Adventure Capital of India” and rightly so because while you’re here you can indulge in some thrilling adventure activities such as paragliding, skiing, ATV riding and much more. The mountainous vistas add a surreal charm to the Solang Valley. The rest of the day can be spent in visiting some local touristic spots in Manali such as Manu Temple, Hadimba Temple, Jogini Falls, Manali Nature Park, Manali Club House and much more.
Naggar is an ancient town which is located in the Kullu district on the left bank of the river Beas. Founded by Raja Visudhpal, it remained the political centre until the capital was shifted to Sultanpur in 1460 AD. Its most famous attraction is a beautiful castle, which has now been converted into a heritage hotel operated by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation. This building was once the residence of the rulers of Kullu, and is an excellent example of western Himalayan architecture. It is made of wood and stone, and has carved doors and windows and stunning artwork. By visiting this place, it will take you back to the olden days where kings and their kingdom flourished before modern times took over.
We had planned for a trip to Manali in the month of March. The trip was planned way in advance - the tickets were booked, and hotels were booked and the list of itineraries was well prepared. Five of ...