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Manali Tourism – Things To Do In Manali

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Manali is paradise on Earth.You can do a lot in Manali. Manali Tourism give the chance to see the Beasriver from Old Manali and New Manali, visiting the temples of Vashist and its Natural hot springs water, Riding and driving to Solang Valley for a roll down the hillsCable car, Zorbing or even a jump Paragliding. Then there are the Tibetan monasteries, the Manu Temple, the Hadimba Temple and the Pin Valley National Park for you to explore.



How to Reach In Manali:

Buses for Manali comes every day from Delhi. Try booking an HPTDC and private volvo buses for a fair price.

Boarding Points:

Delhi ISBT (Inter State Bus Terminus)
Himachal Bhawan in Central Delhi.
Approximate Return Bus Fare:

Rs. 1500* (Non-AC recliner)
Rs. 2000* – 3000 (AC recliner)
Distance from Delhi: 570 km approximately (roughly 12 hours)

Where to Stay in Manali:

Hotel Gilbert: Located in close proximity to some popular tourist attractions and near the banks of the Beas River, Hotel Vintage offers 12 neatly decorated rooms at reasonable rates.

Amenities: Restaurant | Play Area | TV | Telephone

Tariff: Rs. 1,600* per night

Things To Do in Manali:

Explore the Town on Foot: Manali is best explored on footor by cab. The bus will drop you right at the main Manali market from where you can take a half-an-hour walk up to Vashist or Old Manali with its lovely roads, sweet little eateries and small beautiful marketplaces . You can break it up into two. Also, you can reach Old Manali by walking through Van Vihar National Park, which is teeming with Deodar trees. Else, you can also take an auto-rickshaw to these places.

Biking Across Manali: Bike rentals are available at very reasonable rates. You can get a good bargain if you rent for two or more days. It’s the best way to explore the surroundings and the nearby Solang Valley. We rented one and took it all the way to Rohtang Pass (Rohtang pass in winter remains closed) and returned by evening.​

Solang Valley: Roughly 12 kilometres from Manali, the drive up to Solang is beautiful picturesque. Once you are there, try adventure activities like or eat Chinese food from the local roadside shacks.

Tibetan Monasteries: Built by the Tibetans and other followers of Buddhism, the monasteries are a great place to witness the Buddhist culture. Popular monasteries include the Manali Gompa, Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and the Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa.​

Adventure Activities: From trekking and paragliding to mountain biking, jeep safaris and rafting, Manali has plenty in its kitty for adventure junkies. Himalayan Caravan Adventure offers many adventure activities. If you are looking to take on the big hills, Manali’s Mountaineering Institute offers several types of high altitude hiking and rock climbing opportunities