Incredible Manali – Top Things To Do

By Pamela Mukherjee

Remove your shoes and take a lackadaisical stroll over the Van Vihar garden ways of this magnificent heaven of nature.

On the off chance that you are hoping to set out on a trek to a standout among the most remote and untouched spots to visit in Manali, Jana Waterfall.

Recollect the mythological story of Mahabharatha at Hadimba Temple

Give yourself at least a 3 to 4 hours break from green and fall in love with Solang valley forever. 

Find peace in any Tibetan Monasteries like Manali Gompa, Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and the Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa.​

Feel relax with a hot water spring at Vashisht Temple and recharge yourself from all tiredness.

Club House is a beautiful place to hop around, look after the history and museum, catch eye-striking handy craft shops and stroll around the place.

Relish the Taste of Local Delicacies Lip-smacking local food can add amazingly to your holiday. Try “Siddo” a local delicious dish to remember forever.

Manali is an evergreen destination. Summer has it’s own romantic mood, but winter will reveal another snow-white cozy side of Manali.

Manali is well connected via road from Bhuntar (nearest Airport and railway connections) and Bus or self-driving mode is the great option.