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.