About Manali

Manali is a beautiful hill station nestled at an elevation of 2,050 m near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. The hilly destination has a lot more than you might have seen elsewhere. Manali, the beautiful hill destination is drenched in the most exotic hues of Mother Nature and great tranquility. The hill station is surrounded by towering snow clad mountains and hills, which is the most head-turning sight for visitors here. Manali is formed after an alteration to the world “Manu-alaya” that literary means “the abode of Manu”. As per legends, it is believed that when the entire world drowned in a flood. Manu recreated human life at Manali.

Owing to its vast beauty and splendor, Manali is also a topmost destination among tour enthusiasts. Apart from this, Manali also offers scope for some adventure activities such as trekking, paragliding, fishing, snow-skiing, heli-skiing and river rafting. It is the best place to enjoy a getaway amidst the most thrilling and picturesque vistas. On the other side are the pine and deodar fringed forests, tiny hamlets, fruit orchards, and exotic culture. It is also a sacred religious destination famous for its temples and scared shrines. Moreover its proximity to destinations like Manali, Shimla, and Manikaran makes it a topmost destination for religious travelers.

Manali makes up the best destination to escape from the scorching heat of the sun as well as enjoy the snow fall during winters. May to October is the best place to visit Manali.