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Renowned as the queen of valleys, this beautiful hill station in the lower Himalayas is close knit with the legendary law giver of ancient India, Manu. It is believed that, Manali is the place where the ark of Manu found its resting after a great flood. Manali, which literally means the abode of Manu, has got remarkable significance in the ethnic culture and tradition of India.


History & Culture

  • The Castle, Naggar
  • Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery, Naggar
  • Urusvati Himalayan Folk Art Museum, Naggar


  • Beas Kund (Chandratal Lake)
  • Chandrakhani Pass, Kullu
  • Solang Valley (Snow Point)


  • The Great Himalayan National Park, Kullu


  • Bijli Mahadev Temple, Kullu
  • Hadimba Temple
  • Vashisht Baths


  • Paragliding
  • River Rafting
  • Zorbing

Fun & Entertainment

  • Mall Road

How to reach

Chandigarh to Manali 305 km  
Delhi to Manali 541 km  
Kolkata to Manali 2006 km  
Bangalore to Manali 2763 km  
Chennai to Manali 2817 km


Best Season / Best time to visit Manali

The climate of Manali remains pleasant mostly through the year but the month from September to June is the best time to visit Manali.

  • Winters (October to February) the temperature can dip as low as -1 °C, making it and ideal time for skiing and enjoying Snowfall which is common during the end of December and the whole of January. Good time for honeymooning.
  • Summers (March to June) is ideal for enjoying paragliding, rafting, zorbing and mountain sports in Solang Valley. Temperature ranges from 10°C to 25°C and the climate remains pleasant during the day and cold during the night. Snow can be found only on very high altitudes but no snowfall.
  • Monsoons lasts from July to mid-September and is best avoided due to land slides. Rohtang Pass is open only from end of May to September and snow on the ground can be found here till the month of June or July.

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