Things To Do On A Journey In Manali

Things To Do On A Journey In Manali. First Check out Rohtang Pass

Beautiful Rohtang pass

Rohtang Pass is one of Himachal Pradesh’s adventure hubs. At an altitude of 3,979 meters, 51 km from Manali, the mountain pass is nestled. Throughout the year Rohtang has been blessed by snow. While the mountain pass is closed in the winter, motor vehicles will be available from June to October.

A gateway into the Spit, Pangi, and Leh valleys is the beautiful Rohtang pass. Various thrilling activities such as snow scooters, skiing and mountain biking are available to tourists. Enjoy a lovely view of snow and glaciers. Photography enthusiasts must visit this pass by clicking one of nature’s most beautiful images.

Pay a visit to Gulaba Village

One of the secret sites of Manali is Gulaba in Manali. Nestled at 4000 m of altitude, the village is surrounded by mountain peaks covered with snow, luxuriant grassland, and a flowing river Beas. The scenic green oasis was Raja Gulab Singh of Kashmir’s favorite campsite.

Gulaba Village is a relatively less known place to snow in peace and therefore has less crowds. Only 6 km from Rohtang Pass, when the pass is closed, is the alternative for visitors. The village provides all kinds of snow-making, skiing and snow-training.

Get blessing at Manikaran Gurudwara

A major pilgrimage site for Buddhists is the Manali Gompa. The city of Himachal is one of the highlights of tourism. The Gadhan Thekchokling Gumpa is known primarily. It has been a refuge for people who migrate from Tibet since its construction in 1960. It sport a pagoda-style architecture as a good example of Buddhist monastery.

The monastery is renowned for its wall paintings, Chortens and a large statue of Lord Buddha besides its pristine location. There are small shops within the complex that sell Tibetan unique crafts and tapestries.

Manali Gompa

The beautiful Jana Waterfalls in Naggar, Manali is a hidden gem. Deodar trees, Pine trees and Apple vergers surround the mighty beauty and offer a view of the spectacular skyline of mountains. Snow-covered. It’s impressive the water blowing down the height.

Experience a peaceful, nature-friendly experience away from the city. Trek for more fun to the falls. In addition, enjoy the time you spend here by clicking as many photographs as you want!

Trek to the Jana waterfall

The Vashisht Templo has situated about 3 km from Manali across the river Beas in the small village of Vashisht. The temple is named after one of the seven Hindu mythology sages, Rishi Vashisht. For more than 4000 years Vashisht temple is thought to have existed.

The temple is built in a traditional style decorated with complex wooden carvings that portray numerous mythological tales. It is also popular with hot springs with a supposed health effect, which treats many skin conditions and other infections. It is also very popular.

Experience bliss in Vashisht Temple

Manu Temple is a splendid Manali temple worth a visit. Dedicated to the sage Manu, the world creator, and Manusmriti’s writer. In Old, Manali is the Manu Temple. While the area is quite congested, it is attracting even more with the presence of the River Beas.

The temple is one of Manali’s most important attractions. It also has a magnificent view over the valley and the city. Dresses covering knees and shoulders must be worn inside the temple. The walk to the temple itself is a tasteful experience.

Enjoy the peace at Rozy Waterfall

The Vashisht Templo has situated about 3 km from Manali across the river Beas in the small village of Vashisht. The temple is named after one of the seven Hindu mythology sages, Rishi Vashisht. For more than 4000 years Vashisht temple is thought to have existed. The temple is built in a traditional style decorated with complex wooden carvings that portray numerous mythological tales.

It is also popular with hot springs with a supposed health effect, which treat many skin conditions and other infections. It is also very popular.

At Manu Temple pray to Savior Manu.

Manu Temple is a splendid Manali temple worth a visit. Dedicated to the sage Manu, the world creator, and Manusmriti’s writer. In Old, Manali is the Manu Temple. While the area is quite congested, it is attracting even more with the presence of the River Beas.

The temple is one of Manali’s most important attractions. It also has a magnificent view over the valley and the city. Dresses covering knees and shoulders must be worn inside the temple. The walk to the temple itself is a tasteful experience.

Explore the Naggar Castle

Naggar Castle is a magnificent historical building in Naggar, in the midst of amazing wooded mountains. This palace, made of stone and wood, was Raja Sidh Singh’s Kullu’s residence.

It was built in 1460 and is a remarkable fusion of the architecture of Europe and the Himalayas. Unbelievable pieces of art are on display for art lovers. See the paintings of the famous Russian painter Nicholas Roerich.

In 1978 the chateau became a legacy hotel run by the Tourism Corporation of Himachal Pradesh (HPTDC). If you don’t visit that attraction places, a trip to Manali is incomplete. Take traditional articles like hangings, artifacts, and Roerich paintings as souvenirs.

Camp in Kothi

Kothi is one of Himachal Pradesh’s most beautiful destinations. It is situated on the foothills of Rohtang Pass, at an altitude of 2500 meters above sea level, some 12km away from Manali.

This beautiful village offers beautiful views of the mountains and glaciers covered with snow. At this point, the Beas River passes a very deep and narrow gorge. This view is one of the mountain paradise’s closest sights.

Kothi is also an ideal place to camp. Actually, it’s a good stop when you plan to walk up the Rohtang Pass Valley and enjoy nature’s beauty.