Manali is a wonderful hill station in Himachal Pradesh with snow-capped mountain peaks of Himalayas in the background. Manali is blessed with beautiful nature. This charming city is covered by beautiful mountain peaks rising above the sky. This truly panoramic view has made Manali, most preferred honeymoon destination in India.
Winter tourism in Manali relies of snow. Good snowfall would mean thousands of tourists during the Christmas and New Year. Tourists will travel to Manali for skiing and other winter sports that are quite popular here. However Manali is not all about adventure sports and admiring beautiful nature. Manali has several important Hindu temples. Pilgrimage tourists travel to Manali throughout the year.
Gompa - Built
in 1960, Manali Gompa or Himalayan
Nyingmapa is an important place for Buddhists in North
Nehru Kund - Named after India's First Prime Minister, Nehru Kund is a natural spring located on the Manali-Keylong road around 6km from Manali
Vashist Hot Water Springs - Vashist is a picturesque village some 3km from Manali famous among tourists for Hot water springs and temple.
Gadhan Thekchokling Gompa - This is another Tibetian monastery in Manali. The yellow colored structure with pagoda roof looks awesome from outside. The gompa is equally beautiful from inside.
Rahala Waterfalls - The waterfalls is located on route to Rohtang Pass. It is some 16km from Manali. Rahala Waterfalls is an ideal picnic spot.
Paragliding - There is no better place for Paragliding than Manali. The snow-capped beautiful mountains of Solang valley looks paradise from bird's eye view.
Trekking - There are several trekking route in Manali that gives a breathtaking views of Indian Himalayas. Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek, Friendship peak Trekking and Hampta Pass Trek are among the most popular. There are several trekking operators in Manali.