Manali is nestled between the snow-capped slopes of the PirPanjal and the Dhauladhar ranges. Explore this very exotic destination that beautifully features remote panoramas, sky-touching deodar forests, gorgeous lakes and endless pastures. Just go through the mentioned amazing places in Manali and add them to your tour itinerary - Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Hidimba temple, Vashishta Baths, Tibetan Monasteries – Himalayan Nyingmapa Gompa and GadhanThekchhokling Gompa, Manikaran, Manali Sanctuary, Manu temple, Gayatri temple, Maa Sharvari Temple, Nehru Kund, Jogini Falls
Apart from sightseeing, enjoy some adventure activities like- river rafting, paragliding in Solang valley, Skiing in Rohtang, Gulaba, Dhundi and Solang valley, experiencing deep safari and Quad biking in Manali is yet another level thing, enjoy treks like-Chandrashila Trek, Tosh Valley trek and Kheerganga Trek, Beas Kund Trek, Bhrigu Lake trek, Hampta Pass Trek, Chanderkhani Trek, Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek, and Prashar Lake Trek.
No vacation is complete without shopping for local items at any place. Yes, Manali holds some amazing marketplaces that one can shop from- Mall road, Bhuttico, Tibetan Market, Manu Market, Himachal Emporium, and Old Manali Market. Also, do not forget to visit the famous cafes in Manali.
Plan a Manali trip in the months between October to June when the weather is quite pleasant and is the best time for exploring. One can even plan a trip here between December to February when the temperature hovers around subzero. During this particular season, Manali becomes a paradise with its snow-clad surroundings and becomes a perfect place for skiing and other thrilling winter sports.
For some more fun make sure to attend the Manali Winter carnival that is celebrated to welcome the new year. This festival is held in January and offers events and celebrations like- band performances, food festivals, street plays, fork dances and adventure sports. It is strictly advised to avoid visiting during the monsoon season which begins in July and ends in August as the region experiences landslides and road blockages.