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Manali the Amazing Tourist Destinations to Explore in Himachal Pradesh

by Manju Chandra Kerala Tourism

Manali is the most ideal escape for the vacationers from all over the globe. This is a blissful hill town which is situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. This picturesque hill town is located on the ‘Beas River’ which is very renowned for its natural scenic beauty. This town never fails to impress any vacationers as it offers everything to all the tourists, which truly makes the trip more fascinating and delightful. Manali is truly paradise for the travelers as it is blessed by the wonderful splendid landscapes anywhere. The lofty snow peaks, gorgeous rivers, breathtaking lakes, lush green meadows speckled with flowers, excellent temples and magnificent monasteries of past times truly makes this place a little Switzerland in India.

Manali is truly very ideal for its marvel sightseeing, tourist attractions and destinations but it offers numerous for the adventure lovers too. Trekking, mountaineering, fishing, paragliding, ice skating, skiing and golf which easily entice the adventure and nature lovers from every nook and corner of the world to experience the unique exhibition of nature. Truly this hill town offers everything to all the sorts of vacationers and thus they come in intense number throughout the year and enjoy their vacation.

Some of the major tourist attractions and destinations which truly are mind blowing and which are very worth to visit with any Kullu Manali tour packages are such as listed below:

Kothi

Kothi is located only 12 km away from Manali town and is an amazing picturesque spot which is visited and explored by all the tourists as on their visit to Manali. This wonderful village is situated about 2500 meter above the main sea level which offers panoramic views of the deep gorge of River Beas. This scenic village also serves an excellent base for paragliding which is enjoyed by the adventure lovers.   

Solang Valley

Solang valley is the crowning glory of Manali tourism, this splendid valley is stuck between the gorgeous Beas Kund and Solang village. This picturesque valley in Manali is just 16 km away from the main town and truly it offers the visitors awe –inspiring view of snow clad mountains and glaciers, thus this place is lovingly called as Snow Point and truly it seems that that there is no better place than this in entire world as once you reach here. This valley is also very famous for its annual skiing festival which is held during winters and truly visitors in folk gather here and enjoy this thrilling activity, along with its scenic nature.  

Beside these there are numerous tourist attractions and destinations which can be visited and explored on your tours to Kullu Manali which truly entices the vacationers with its open arm throughout the year. Rahla Falls, Manali Sanctuary, Rohtang Pass, Triloknath and Udeypur, Raghunathji Temple, Vaishno Devi, Jagannathi Temple, Great Himalayan National Park, Bajeshwar Mahadev Temple, Manikaran, Pulga and Khirganga etc are some of the intresting places to visit in and around Manali and Kullu.

So, if you truly want to get lost along the beautiful landscape and scenic nature contact a leading Manali tour operator and explore the beauty of Kullu and Manali by executing a package with them according to your budget and time.

 

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Manju Chandra is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tourism related topics. She has authored many books on tour guide fortours to Kullu Manali .For more details visit Manali Tours .

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