Being one of the famous temples and hot water springs in the state of Himachal Pradesh, Vashistha Hot Water Springs and Temples is at the distance of three km from Manali on the left bank of River Beas towards Rohtang Pass.
Himachal Pradesh is also famous for some of the religious spots, especially Buddhist monasteries - mainly in Dharmshala, inner parts of Himachal Pradesh, at the border line with Tibet, Manali and Ladakh (J&K). Manali is also one of the beautiful hill stations witnessing presence of Tibetan monastery – the main tourist spot – famous for weaving different and colorful carpets.
The beautiful Himachal State is famous for a number of hill stations, snow-capped mountain ranges, deep and flower-filled valleys and different adventure spots. Among all the attractions, Rohtang Pass – the most dangerous passes in the world and of course a paradise for adventure sport lovers, is one of them – counted as the high mountain pass on Eastern Pir Panjal Range of Himalayas around 50 km from Manali.
A place from where you can see beautiful valleys, lush greenery in the form of deodar trees, snow-capped mountain ranges and of course a plain area fully green, we are talking about Solang Valley – where you will feel as if you are anywhere in Europe.
Manali – an ideal honeymoon gateway and one of the beautiful hill stations in the country, is pride of Himachal Tourism that is also famous for some religious places and temples. Manu Temple is one of them located in Old Manali at the distance of 3 km from main market of the hill station.
Manali – a paradise for honeymooners and adventure holiday lovers is the gateway to wonderful and memorable holidays in Himachal Pradesh that always lures thousands of tourists from across the world all round the year. Crystal clear Water Rivers, sloppy roads, snow-capped mountain ranges, powdery snow, flower filled valleys, etc are some of the main attractions. Some amazing architectural wonders have their significance and importance to keep one enticed.
Located on National Highway to Leh at the distance of 5 km, Nehru Kund is a natural spring of cold clear water named after Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru – who used to drink water from this spring for the duration of his stay in Manali. Being the wonderful spring, Nehru Kund is believed to originate from the Bhrigu Lake situated high up in the mountains.
Being one of the most popular treks for amazing and longer weekend in Manali, Beas Kund is the wonderful trek taking you away from the hustle and bustle of Manali following the banks of Beas River – expecting great views of Pir Panjal. During your holidays in Manali, you will get a chance to explore the meadows of Dhundi & Bakarthach that are spectacular in its beauty.
Located at the distance of 22 km from Manali and 26 km from Kully, Naggar Village is gaining momentum day after day as an ideal tourist place to come close to natural wonders and tranquility. Located at good height on the east side of Kullu Valley, the beautiful sleepy Naggar Village has a rich history. It was once the capital city of Kullu Kingdom.