9 Best Places To Visit In Manali


9 Best Places To Visit In Manali

India has become a popular travel destination, especially for the adventurous. It offers many adventurous activities to keep you busy during your stay. You can choose to go as far north as the mountains or towards the beaches. Manali, Himachal Pradesh is one of the most adventurous places you can choose in India. This is a hill station nestled in the mountains and you will love the view here. If you love the outdoors, this is the  place for you with  

 fun places to visit and plenty to do. 


 1. Solang Valley - This is a major attraction in Manali attracting visitors in summer for extreme sports and in winter for snow. Horseback riding, yak riding, four-wheeling, and zorbing are some fun activities in the summer while you can go skiing and snowboarding in the winter. 


 2 . Beas River - You can relax your soul by sitting or walking around this majestic river. If you're more interested, you can go rafting on the river or enjoy the warning flying over the river. 


 3. Jogini Waterfall - It is located behind the Vashist hills and offers impressive views. Make the most of it by having a refreshing swim in the cold water and being mesmerized by the beautiful surroundings.


 4. Van Vihar National Park - This is one of the most visited places and is located on Mall Road opposite the Tibetan Market. You'll love the giant deciduous tree that provides cool shade and the picnic areas here for you and your family to enjoy. There are cement and wooden benches to sit and relax. 


 5 . Rohtang Pass - This is a popular day trip with great altitude and views. The snow is the main attraction of the past, not least because it is often among the last to be plowed. At the top of the pass is the igloo-shaped temple of Beas Kund whose source is the Beas River. 


 6. Nehru Kund - This is a natural spring a few kilometers away from Manali and named after Prime Minister Lal Nehru, who drank here during his journey to Manali.It is located along Manali-Keylong Road. 


 7. Malana - This village is located below the Chanderkhani pass and has a small cluster of stone-roofed houses. The highlight of the village is the Jamlu Temple dedicated to God Jamlu, the soul of the village. 


 8 . Hadimba Temple - Located in the Dhungri Forest and is a four-story pagoda dating back to 1553. The temple has wooden carvings and you can ride a yak or pose for photos with the giant furry Angora rabbits. You might be lucky enough to enjoy the help of the Dhungi Mela festival here every year in mid-May. 


 9. Manali Nature Park - You will enjoy walking among the dense cedar trees in the park bordering the Beas River. It has a mystical and magical feel, thanks to the dense tree shield.