What are the Important Places to visit in Manali?

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What are the Important Places to visit in Manali?
What are the Important Places to visit in Manali?


Manali is the ideal place to travel. Manali, a hilly city located in Himachal Pradesh's mountains near the Beas River Valley's northern end, is known for its proximity to the Kullu Valley. Manali's climate is primarily cold in winter, and moderately warm during the summer. Over the year, temperatures can vary from 4 degrees Celsius (39°F) to 26 degrees Celsius (79°F). Gulaba Pass is one of the most important and beautiful places to visit in Manali.


Here's a list of Top Places in Manali


1. Hadimba Temple – It is Manali's most famous religious temple. It was built in 1553. This temple is dedicated To Hadimba- The wife of Pandu's son Bhima. This temple is situated in the Dhungri forest and is covered with pine trees. Its unique architecture is another reason it is so popular. At its highest, the temple has 24-meter tall Shikhars. Ghatotkacha, another monument dedicated to the child of Bhima (and Hadimba) is also located near this temple.


2. Mankaran – Manikaran can be found in the Parvati valley on the river Parvati, northeastern of Bhuntar in Kullu. Traditional feeding (Lunger) of visitors at Sikh gurudwara at Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh.


3. Arjun Gufa: Beautiful caves located on the banks of the Beas River, in a village called Prini. This stunning site attracts people from all over the globe to admire its natural rock formations, beauty, and charm. These caves provide a unique sense of serenity, tranquility, and solitude.


4. Rohtang Pass – The pass is a natural divider that connects the valleys at Kullu with the mountains at Lahaul, Spiti, and Lahaul creating a wonderful mixture of Hindu and Buddhist cultures. You can enjoy many adventure sports like paragliding and skiing.


5. Solang Valley - This area is known as the "land of adventure sports" in Manali. You can reach the place by bus or taxi from Manali, which is just 15km away. You can also enjoy adventure activities that will make your trip more exciting.


6. Jogni Water Fall – The Jogni waterfall can be reached by a short hike of approximately 60 to 90 minutes from Manali. The beautiful view of snow-covered mountains, Manali valley, and the waterfall can be seen from this point. The lap of the mountains is a great place to spend your entire day.


7. Manikaran Valley – Manikaran Valley can be found at 86km from Manali. It takes approximately 2 hours to get there. You can also see Kullu, Vaishno Temple Shawl Factory, and Kasol Valley, India's mini Israel. Finally, you reach Manikaran valley. Here, you will find the Gurudwara Manikaran, hot water spring, and Shiva temple, which is the main source of hot water in Manikaran. Last is the manikaran marketplace and Rama temple. To relieve your pain, you can take a hot bath.

Manu Temple


8. Vashisht Hot Water Springs is a natural wonder temple. It is located approximately 3km from Manali. It is known for its natural hot spring. This temple is dedicated to the sage vashisht. These hot springs, which are sulfur springs, eject hot water throughout the year. This temple has water that can treat a variety of skin conditions. It also contains medicinal properties. This temple is also home to the twin temples of Lord Rama, Bashisht Rishi, and Lord Rama.


9. Sultanpur Palace - Sultanpur Palace is also known as Rupi Palace and is located near Raghunath temple. It is a blend of colonial and Pahari styles. It was built in the area surrounding the former palace, which was destroyed by an earthquake. It has a beautiful entrance with huge gates made of wood logs. They overlook Lord Ganesha's presence. The interior design is superb and some wall paintings are always fresh. Miniature paintings on themes that don't involve human figures are a popular feature of the palace.


10. Akhara Bazaar- This bazaar is a famous market and shopping area in this valley. People from all over the world visit this market to browse a variety of gudmas and pulas.


11. Katrain - This is the largest and most central part of the valley, 'Katrain'. It's only 20km from Kullu. This tourist spot is very popular for beekeeping. It is hard to compare the beauty of the Beas River with other places. Although the area isn't as cold as Manali, it is still open to tourists throughout the year. From the Katrain valley, you can view Baragarh Peak.


12. Manu Temple – Manu Temple is located 3 km from Mall Road in Manali. It is dedicated to Indian Sage Manu who is believed by the creator and writer of Manusmriti. It is beautifully built on the banks of the river Beas and grabs tourists' attention. This is a popular pilgrimage attraction and many tourists visit it to worship Rishi Manu. This temple is also known for its unique historical background, which makes it very appealing to many people who visit it.


13. Nehru Kund is a 6km drive from Manali. The spot is located on the National Highway, just before Leh. It's a must-see destination for tourists to Manali. This tranquility is a great place to relax. The tranquility and bubbling sounds of the water make it feel like the place is playing music to our ears. The kind is well connected to other spots such as Jagatsukh and Vashist hot springs & temples. Club House and Manu Temple are also nearby. This natural spring of cold water was named after Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, who drank water from the spring throughout his stay.


14. Kothi - Also known as Koshtampi, this village is very old. It is obliterated by the Kinner Kailash peak. This village is a beautiful place to visit. It has charming temples and fruit trees, as well as willows-green fields. Tourists flock to this village to worship Goddess Shuwang Chandika at the temple located here.


15. Van Vihar National Park- Van Vihar, one of Manali's most important places, is a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle. Long nature trails can be enjoyed, as well as the opportunity to observe wild beetles or other plants. You can also boat in the little pond among the whispering and chirping birds.


It's a great place to backpack and honeymoon. It is a great place to go skiing or trekking and it's also the starting point for many Himalayan adventures. These are just a few reasons to visit Manali. Below is a link that will help you plan your trip to Manali. If you are looking for a Manali trip, there are many options. Manali tour packages for Delhi from vesnatours.com are available at a very reasonable price