Sizzling through out the year, Manali is a tourist paradise
Manali, Himachal is often considered as the starting point of life in Hindu mythology. It is named after Manu, who survived a world ending catastrophe and built life around him. There are plethora of devotional places like monasteries and Hindu temples around the place and they rightfully justify the 'Valley of Gods' tag often associated with Manali and the Kullu valleys along the river side of Beas.
The Dhungri temple is the most popular temple around the area and it is also named as Hadimba temple. Dedicated to Bhima, the Pandava's wife, the temple is a skillfully crafted temple with furnished interior. We can also talk about Sharvari Maa temple which is situated some 5 km from Manali. This temple is fully buzzing during Dussehra. We can also talk about Gauri Shankar temple which is popular fo the gree apple orchards. Manali is also home to buddhist monasteries. It's fully run by locals who are originally from Buddhist countries like Nepal and Tibet. The biggest monastery is the Gadhan Tekchokling Gompa.
Manali is very famous for the adventure sports that offer plenty of fun in any season. We can experience trekking, mountaineering, hiking etc during the summers, but we can also have a go at skiing, snow scootering during winter when the whole arena gets covered by snow. It's truly a tourist paradise as he can never not choose Manali irrespective of when he wants to visit the hill station.
The popular destinations one can go from Manali is the Rohtang pass which is the highest point in the area giving a full panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. But the pass is closed in winter as it's very cold even in summer. Our host Karuna Bhushan and team Vihari had a fun filled time during their stay and our footage is proof of that.
Reached either by road or by climbing a steep hill, Kali Ka Tibba temple offers beautiful scenery of the Shivalik range and the peak of Choor Chandni on the way. A major tourist attraction in the Himachal Pradesh town of Chail, Kali Ka Tibba has Goddess Kali Devi as the main deity, and attracts nume.. | Kali Ka Tibba Chail Himachal
Nature Raga Ferhill resorts in the mountain town Chail of Himachal Pradesh offers best of the facilities and luxurious treatment when we choose to plan a trip to the place. Arranged over four floors and a convenient 24 hour check-in, there's not many other reasons to not choose the hotel during the .. | Fernhill Luxury Resort, Chail
Situated in the mountains of Chail town, some 50km from the capital city Shimla of Himachal Pradesh, the Chail Palace is a very popular stay house for weekends, honeymoons and family trip. The palace looks majestic and the luxurious amenities make it even more attractive to book a stay. Chail Pal.. | Heritage Hotel, Chail Palace
Popularly known town resting between the Great Himalayan Mountains and the Lower Himalayan Mountain. The Beas river runs adjoining the valleys of Kullu. Temperatures are one factor to be considered while planning a trip to Kullu. The months April to October are the best times to be a tourist to the.. | Kullu, the valley of Gods
Manali, Himachal is a very popular and top tourist destination in all of Northern India. Located around 550 kilometers away from New Delhi, and situated on the banks of river Beas, Manali not only is enchanting for a panoramic view of the mountains, but is primarily known a fun filled destination fo.. | Manali trekking, skiing, mountaineering trip
Modern Manali is a landscape developed by the British rulers of India before 1948. It was specially created for taking shelter from the heats of the Summer. The apple gardens and orchards were also planted by them to suffice their need for protein. Even though after Independence and modernization of.. | Manali culture and heritage