Tourist place in Manali

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     Manali is the most popular tourist places in India, because it's location and weather. Here all over years cover by coldy weather. This weather has an attraction to the tourist and travellers. If want travel in this place and read this article then you can get very helpful support from me.

     Manali Basically located in HIMACHAL PARDESH in India. Manali is not only one place in this  state for travel many others side has most wonderful for tourists. Soo ready for reading and do ready your trip list manali place to place.


1. MANU TEMPLE
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      This historic Hindu temple dedicated to the wise Manu is very important for Hindus. There are many interesting folk materials related to the creation of this temple, and you will learn about it when you visit this place. During the year, pilgrims and tourists flock to this temple in the old city of Manali. This is connected not only with religious significance, but also with old and beautiful architecture and sculptures. In addition, the view of the high hills covered with dense green forest, which gives this temple, breathes the audience freely. The calm atmosphere of this place pleases the soul. Visit this place while traveling to Manali for a foreign experience. Location: Manali Tua, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131. Distance from Manali bus station: 4 km. Best time: registration fee: No, Best visit time - from May to June.


2. OLD MANALI
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     If you want to see the other side of Manali and the tourist city, you can take a walk along the bridge over the Manalu River to the site of Manali, also known as “Old Manali”. The exotic charm of this village makes you feel in a different world. Relics of ancient civilizations. Beautiful landscapes give you a feeling of happiness and getting into the hip of the 60s. The trail is planted with swaying eucalyptus trees, and a small road passes through the green valley. Peace in the area is only disturbed by the birdsong and the noise of the Kulu River.




3. HIDIMBA DEVI TEMPLE
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         Hadimba Temple, located on Manali's snow-covered hill, is a unique temple dedicated to Hidimba Devi, the wife of Bima and the mother of Kato Kaha. This beautiful temple is surrounded by a beautiful cedar forest and built on a stone, which is believed to fit the image of the goddess Godimba. The architectural style of Hidimba Devi Temple is mainly different from other temples with wooden doors, walls and conical roofs. This temple is a faithful promise to neighboring Lord Hidimba. The magnificent Hidimba Devi Temple is very important for the Hindus, as it is part of the Mahabharata epic. However, the Khadimba Temple is not surprising for those who love nature. Immersed in nature, this temple offers lovers of nature and shelters of the world for peace. In a rather strange story, the Hiddimba Temple slowly attracts tourists from all over the country.


4. KASOL
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    Kasol is a small town in the state of Himachal on the banks of the Pavati River. This is an increasingly popular tourist attraction among pedestrians, tourists and nature lovers. This strange little town, commonly known as Indian Amsterdam, is one of the few that is fascinated by its beautiful beauty and still needs to be destroyed by urbanization and commercialization. Kasol is located between the cities of Bhuntar and Manikaran and looks like an unused plain. But this is one of the best places for relaxing on your knees and outdoor recreation. A walk along the river is one of the best ways to spend a day in Kasol, as the water in the Parvati River moves and the view of the snowy mountains in the background is impressive. Abundant rivers Every turn of the river opens with crystal clear stones and clean white sand that separate the green grass from the green water.


5. KULU
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      A popular tourist destination in combination with Manali, Kulu is an open valley with beautiful views and majestic hills covered with diodar and pine trees. Kulu is located at an altitude of 1230 meters above sea level and is a paradise for nature lovers. Kulu is known as one of Himachal Pradesh's most popular tourist attractions. Kulu is also known for its twin city, Manali, which is located at high altitudes and offers more beautiful views. Typically, travelers include Kullu and Manali on the same trip. Visitors to Kulu and Manali can enjoy various sports such as rafting, hiking and hiking. Beautiful views of this small town surrounded by nature are very interesting. Kulu also has important temples such as the Lagunaat Temple and the Jagannati Devi Temple. In addition to the temples in this area, you should visit the Pando Dam and Chandrahani Pass.

6. HIMALAYAN NATIONAL PARK
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      The Great Himalayan National Park is one of the national parks of India in the Kulu Himachal Pradesh region. The park is surrounded by three sides of the Himalayan mountains and is home to various types of wildlife. The Great Himalayan National Park was recognized as a national park in 1999. Currently, there are more than 375 animal species, 31 mammals and 181 birds. The location of this beautiful national park makes Deodar and Oak more attractive. The remote location of the park ensures that the park village has its own culture. Each village has its own god. There are several exhibitions in April, May, August and September. The huge Himalayan National Park is a special place to relax and take a break from the hectic city life. This is a must for all nature lovers.


7. MANIKARAN
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       Manikaran is located on the banks of the Parvati River in the Kulu Himachal Pradesh region, 4 km from Kasol in the Pavati Valley, a popular pilgrimage site for Sikhs and Hindus. Gurudwara Manikaran Sahib and the hot springs are numerous temples that form religious patterns and attract some people. There are two privatized hot springs in Gurudvar itself and in the guest house. In the shower there are various sections for men and women. This spring contains sulfur that can cure the disease. These hot springs, in turn, are associated with religious and spiritual beliefs. The water is warm enough to cook food by placing the dish directly on top and acting like a stirrer.


8. BHUNTAR
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      Bhuntar is part of the Kulu area and is often used as an escape route to the cities of Kulu, Manali, Kasol and Manikaran. Kulu Airport is also located in Bhuntar. This is what it offers, but it is a type of vacation if you value less tourist attractions and prefer a famous place to stay. Bhuntar has a strange calm and is far from many tourists in the more famous places of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by lush greenery, the city has magnificent architecture and temples of high religious significance. In addition to the temples and campsites of the national park, Bhuntar can offer a quiet charm of antiquity. This may not be a tourist destination, but if you are looking for a remote resort, try it.


9. MANALI SANCTUARY


     A visit to Manali from the Manali Nature Reserve, the impressive Himachal Pradesh Nature Reserve, is undoubtedly completed without interruption. This nature reserve is a short walk from the capital and city center of Manali. It is an ideal place to experience the rich flora and fauna of the region. In contrast to the ability to observe the diversity of reptiles, birds, animals and mammals; In the sanctuary of Manali, there are many opportunities to seduce adventurous and joyful souls. This includes excellent hiking and hiking trails. Manali Wildlife Refuge is a haven for countless animal and nature lovers who will surely be able to feel the sensation of the sky. The Manali Sanctuary begins right outside the city and extends into the mountains behind the hill station.

     On February 26, 1954, the protected area was officially declared in accordance with the 1933 Bird and Wildlife Conservation Act, which covers an area of ​​31.80 square kilometers, providing everything you can expect from a typical house. This place is home to all kinds of flora and fauna: rare and endangered; Himalayan black bear, Kash Miri Squirrel, Himalayan palm flower, Himalayan yellow legs, Marten, Paradise, Fox and others. At the same time, you can see the beauty of the snow-capped mountains, the Alps and the beautiful region. It is ideal for honeymooners and couples who want to enjoy privacy and forever keep their memories in the form of beautiful photographs.


10. GULABA.


       Gulaba is a beautiful small town 20 km from Manali at the Rohtang Pass, offering breathtaking natural landscapes that attract many tourists. Explore pedestrian areas, build tents and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. Most tourists who go to the Gulagava camp in the meadows of Gulaba on the way to Lake Brigu. The beauty of this place is unparalleled, and the beautiful nature makes you unforgettable to visit or travel. The exciting side of Gulaba can be seen in several scenes of the famous Bollywood movie Ye Jaani Hi Devyani, which makes it popular among picnics and nature lovers. Gulaba is an ideal place for those who want to experience peace and escape from their busy lives.

     At Gulaba, you can engage in activities such as sightseeing, camping, hiking and paragliding. On sunny days, the sky is blue, and a walk in the meadow is a special experience, and at night it is lit by a starry sky, which makes it an ideal place for stars. Gulaba and its natural beauty is a handshake for tired souls, and they should not be missed in the world.


11. NAGGAR VILLAGE


       The beautiful city of Naggar attracts tourists who want to enjoy the green nature, hiking or bolder hikes. This beautiful little town is located in the Kulu area and is usually covered by Kulu. It is famous for its amazing natural beauty. Situated on the magnificent hills and the clean and clean Beas River, this tourist destination is ideal for those who want to relax and unwind in their natural environment. Hiking and camping are also available here. The city of Nagar is famous for its natural beauty, and now it has a castle, which has turned into a registered hotel that you can visit. In Naggar there is a famous museum of folk art and geysers that tourists cannot miss.


12. SOLANG VALLEY

 
          There are two very important places along the routes of the Rotang and Solang valleys on the way to Manali for relaxation. Solang Valley, located 14 km northwest of the capital Manali, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This valley is located in Jalan Rattang Manali and receives many tourists every year. Solang Valley is ideal for adventure lovers, paragliding, horse riding and an open mini-jeep.

      During winters, Solang valley is covered with snowmaking skiing is a popular sport here, with training institutes and trainers located in the valley to supervise skiers and train beginners. As the snow melts, skiing is taken over by zorbing. Another popular attraction of Solang valley, taking advantage of the slopes of the valley, you are likely to spot a huge transparent ball with mostly two people inside it rolling down the slope during summers. Yes, Zorbing is as much fun as it looks like. One of the most vibrant and enjoyable places in Manali, there is no way one can possibly miss this amazing valley, while here.


13. ROTHANG PASS


        When planning a trip to Manali, a day trip overlooking the Rohtang Pass is the main attraction and can hardly replace the route. Rothang Pass is 51 km from the capital, and can only be reached by road. The height of this zone is 3978 meters, and climbing is a celebration of snow. Drive your car to Jalan Manali Kailong and you will be amazed at the beauty of the area. An important point in the name of the place is that many people who worked at CBRE were named because they died when they tried to cross a dangerous road. Pass Rohtang is popular among filmmakers because of its beautiful essence. Many of the best-selling films have been shot, from Jab We Met to Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.

       As soon as you start to freeze every 1 meter in height, you are absolutely happy to see amazing natural beauty by simply turning the seat inside the car. Rattan Pass is one of the most striking forms of snowy mountain peaks, breathtaking landscapes and landscapes. The splendor of the white landscape and the silence of silence are puzzles to try.



14. BEAS KUND TREK


      Manali is not only a famous tourist destination, but also the road to the Beas Kund Track, one of the most popular treks. This climb is the perfect weekend getaway to get away from the bustle of city life. Look at the magnificent views of the Pir-Pinali mountains above the Beas river, let your soul strangle the Beas Kund glacier lake, which is worth running in the giant meadows of Dhundi and Bakarta.

       The first part of the trip was made by car from Manali to Dhundi Road through the Soal Valley. The Solang Valley is known for its best trails and begins several hikes in Himachal Pradesh. Drive along the Solang Valley, along the Beas River, up to 8 km, and then on both sides of the river to get to Dhundi. The entire small mountain landscape is covered with wildflowers and complemented by silence. You must camp in Dhundi and spend the night. The next day you drive 6 km along glaciers and small rocks. Next was Camp Bacartac, famous for its charming beauty. A cool breeze relieves fatigue, and herds graze in the green fields. Build a tent and spend the night in this peaceful paradise.


15. MANALI PARAGLIDING


        Manali Hill City is famous for paragliding. Suitable for athletes with beautiful green valleys, blue skies and snowy mountains at an altitude of 2050 meters. The beautiful valley offers ideal wind conditions for paragliding and is full of international and local tourists. The operator launches a systematic, competent and reliable basic course.

       Paragliding is an adventure sport that offers a unique view of the clouds. In this sport, popular among the adrenaline rush, the launcher launches and freezes under the screen. Average flights include 15 minutes of flight, long and long flights from 40 minutes to 1 hour. People with a paragliding license can fly alone, and lovers can fly together.


16. HAMPTA PASS


         The Hampta Pass, located in the Manali area of ​​Himachal Pradesh, is one of the most convenient and enjoyable trips. Untouched nature tracks consist of dense pine forests, pristine glacial valleys, vast meadows and beautiful landscapes. An ideal journey for beginners, this place is easily accessible and the aisle adventure is very enjoyable. Unlike most walks, it starts in the city of Manali, and not in a remote village. Chandra Valley, an alpine crystal clear lake, is the pinnacle of rare trips and landscapes. Climbing for 4-5 days through the Hampta Pass in the Himalayan Circle is one of the most exciting trips.


17. NEHERU KUND


       Nehru Kund got its name from the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, who is said to have received water from natural resources while in Manali. It is assumed that this spring water comes from the famous Lake Brigu on the Manali Leh highway. Nehru Kund is famous for the cold, clear water flowing here, and the natural beauty of mountains and valleys everywhere. Nehru Kund is known for its photography among tourists. This place has natural light, perfect for a good photo. When the weather is perfect for a few days, tourists come here to take good pictures.


18. BARA BANGAL TREK


       The Bara Bangal Trek, also known as the German Shepherd Trail, takes you from the lush Kulu Valley to stunning views of the Bara Bhangal. The trek crosses the Kalihani Pass and heads northwest to Barra Bengal. From here head south to the Tamsar Pass and arrive at Billing in the Kangra Valley to complete the trip. Finally, if the increase is small, you can go to Birr.


19. VAN VIHAR, MANALI




       Manali's Van Vihar is a haven for nature lovers and avifauna lovers. Also known as Van Vihar National Park, the park is managed by a group of cities and is located next to Mall for easy access. This beautiful park is a popular tourist destination and is often used by children and adults. The park’s favorite attraction is the artificial lake, which is surrounded by lush greenery! Experience the thrilling power of tall deciduous trees while boating in the calm waters of Lake Van Bihar.


20. MALL ROAD


      A visit to this charming market, one of the most popular places in Manali, is on the map of almost every tourist. This place, surrounded by hundreds of shops, will certainly feel the taste, sights and sounds of the area. There are many guest houses and cafes.
Location: Main Manali Street.
Distance from Manali Bus Stand: 1.1 Kms.
Best time: March till June and October to February.
Entry Fee: There is no entry fee for this tourist attraction in Manali.


21. MANALI


      The former summer capital of British India, Shimla is famous for its stunning beauty of British architecture in beautiful alpine landscapes. The popularity of this place can be seen from the fact that the number of tourists visiting Shimla is increasing every year. It is full of colonial attractions, toy trains, busy shopping centers, ancient temples, cafes and restaurants. “Distance from Manali:” 246 km from the city of Manali. Best time: March to June. In search of snow, visit from October to February. Highlights: Discover magnificent, formerly independent views such as Viceregal Lodge, Shimla City Hall and Gates Theater. The best view of the surrounding mountains from the ridge Shimla. Discover 8,000 feet of Jaco Hill and witness old temples. See helicopters and golf courses in Anandal and visit the Shimla State Museum.


22. PARVATI LAKE


       In the beautiful Parvati Valley, there are some of the most beautiful villages of Manali and attractions such as Malana, Manikaran, Rudranag Waterfall and Kerang. It was created as a result of the confluence of the Beas and Parvati rivers and was considered the residence of Lord Shiva for about 3000 years. You can see the beautiful uniformity between the Stoics of Israel and hippy tourists. “Distance from Manali: 72 km. Best time: backlit from March to June and October to February: be with the deity while visiting the most peaceful place, Manikkud, Sahib, Gurdwara and the famous resort of Manali Village and the mysterious villages of Malana and Tosh enjoy short walks in nature and delicious Israeli and Italian food.


23. GULABA


      This beautiful village in Himachal Pradesh was named after Raja Gulab Singh. The main attraction of this place is the snow, which can be seen here all year round. But in summer, this part of the village turns green, giving it a different charm. Gulaba can easily be added to the list of the most beautiful places in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The area is a popular center for snow sports enthusiasts due to heavy snowfall. Located at the Panjal Pier with a height of 4,300 meters, Gulaba is definitely popular with Manali tourists due to its beautiful and beautiful scenery and opportunities for adventure lovers such as skiing and paragliding. Distance from Manali: 27 km. Best time: April-June


24. KHEER GANGA


       This small alpine village draws its name from the milky white waters of the Parvati river that flows through it. One of the most beautiful tourist places in Manali, its secluded charm comes from the fact that it is slightly off the road. .












It is famous for its flaming rhododendron bushes and pinecone-strewn trails.
Distance from Manali: 97 Kms.
Best time: May to June, and September- October.
Highlights: Adventure enthusiasts must try the 13-kilometre Kheerganga hike. You will be amazed by its charming trails dotted with thick pinewoods, plenty of babbling brooks, and quaint & colourful village houses.
At the end of the trek, you will be rewarded with a hot water spring perfect to take a relaxing soak.


25. KOTHI


     Koti is located at the foot of the Rotang Pass and is a small town with very beautiful views, making it easy to become one of the best places in Manali. The strengths of the village are made up of elements such as green pastures, the blue waters of the Beas River and the snowy white mountains above it. Due to the special beauty of the village, he participated in many Bollywood films. The city is also home to great poets and artists and inspires them to perfect their art. Koti is also popular as a geothermal spring. This is the perfect place for him to relax and enjoy the image of God who has become a reality similar to Cotti. Distance from Manali: 12 km. Best time: April to June.


26. JIBHI


       Jibi is a place where you can avoid the lively manali. As in all Himalayan villages, Jibhi has quiet luxury. , Between the dense pine forests you can see balloons, clear lakes and snowy peaks. Distance to Manali: 100 km. Best Time: October to May. Lamp: Naturally, she lives in Victoria’s lifestyle. Visit the Jibi Falls, located in a dense forest. Visit Old Change Fort, one of Manali's most popular tourist attractions, built in the traditional style of Himim Kali. Check out the underground tunnels hidden in the castle. Visit the beautiful Serolsarsee


27. TIRTHAN VALLEY


      Known as one of the hidden gems of Himachal, the Tirtan Valley in the Kulu region is inexplicable. Directly beyond the Tirtan Glacier River, originating in the Great Himalayan National Park, there are amazing natural landscapes for those who want to spend time in a stormy mountain desert. Distance to Manali: 93 km. “Best Time: October to May.” Lighting: “One of the most popular places in Manali is Tirtan, an ideal place for adventure lovers. You can climb the river. Immerse yourself in the noise of a fast river and try to catch trout.


28. BHRIGU LAKE


       Brigu Lake is a beautiful alpine glacial lake on top of Kulu on the eastern side of the Rohtang Pass. A 4-day climb to the sacred lake is ideal for those who want to dry out and avoid the heat of the plains. Strolling among the pines, you will be surprised at the high arrival of Hanuman and the peak of the Seven Sisters.



29. MALANA


     The remote villages of Malana Nala on the side of the Parvati valley are isolated from the whole world. Known as Malana or Malana Village, it is located in Kulu. A place for those who want spiritual guidance. He is widely known for his strong cultural and religious beliefs with various feelings of the past. This place is suitable for all adventure lovers, because the route to Malana is famous for hiking. The temples of Malana, the Jamadagni Temple and the Renuka Devi Temple are the main attractions of this city. They were famous for collecting and worshiping various gods and goddesses, highly respected by the indigenous people. A hike to Malana is lush with vegetation, and sometimes you can see the small dam of Malana, which sometimes gives people energy.


30. GAYETRI TEMPLE


      The Temple of Guy Three, 7 km from Manali, is decorated with the idolater of Guy Three in marble. The temple has amazing artistic skills and a special architectural style, built from the most intricate tree. There are other temples in the area, such as the Sheba Shiba Temple.


31. DEO TIBBA TREK


     Deo Himachal Pradesh falls in love with the Himalayan knees and is full of natural resources and amazing landscapes. This is a good pastoral pasture Gaddy pasture route. The magnificent peaks of pristine blue waters (6,001 m) and huge glaciers surrounded by Lake Chandra Tal offer breathtaking views. Blessed by deep gorges, lush green valleys, dusty golden reflections, dark forests, sparkling glacial rivers, flowering meadows, majestic snow peaks, pristine glaciers and dazzling lakes, this is paradise here. Pedestrians.


32. JOGINI WATERFALL


      Jogini Waterfall is located in the beautiful Manali Valley, 3 km from the bustling city and 2 km from the famous Vashisht Temple. A popular tourist destination is the Vasish Temple, which runs through pine trees and gardens to the enchanting 160-foot Jogini Falls. This order was fascinated by the intersection of several small rivers with stunning views of the Beas River and the snow-capped peaks of Rokhtang. Jogini Waterfall is a must for nature lovers and brave people if you want to explore the amazing Manali Valley.

     Climbing the Jogini Falls takes about 3 hours. Take a camera to capture the beauty of a moving heart. If you want to have a pit, there is a restaurant on the route serving local snacks with hot cups of tea. This charming waterfall is considered one of Manali's most romantic attractions and is full of couples. But this area is also famous for its adventures and recreational activities and is a popular picnic spot among tourists. Pack your goods, put on your equipment and keep moving!


33. BHUNTER


      Bhuntar is part of the Kulu area and is often used as an escape route to the cities of Kulu, Manali, Kasol and Manikaran. Kulu Airport is also located in Bhuntar. This is what it offers, but it is a type of vacation if you value less tourist attractions and prefer a famous place to stay. Bhuntar has a strange calm and is far from many tourists in the more famous places of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by lush greenery, the city has magnificent architecture and temples of high religious significance. In addition to the temples and campsites of the national park, Bhuntar can offer a quiet charm of antiquity. This may not be a tourist destination, but if you are looking for a remote resort, try it.


34. JANA WATERFALL


      Jana Waterfall is located in a beautiful village called Yana in the Piercing Valley of Manali. This picnic spot is famous for its natural waterfalls and famous landmarks, and it is often visited by people living nearby to avoid the chaotic city life. Under the bright blue sky and clean air, the beautiful beauty of this area is very attractive. You need to go past a dense decoder and pine trees in the middle of a snowy mountain to a waterfall. Jan Waterfall is a must for nature and photography lovers.

     Jana Falls is 30 feet high, and for many it is surprising that it is present in dense vegetation. Climbing is easier than many in the area and can be done by beginner hikers. The sound of waterfalls swaying among the flying birds soothes all souls that fall into this area. There is a wooden bridge perpendicular to the Jan Falls and you must cross the traveler. There is also a relaxation area, which is often used by people who are tired of resting before returning home.


35. GOMPA MONESTRY


     Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa is a Manali monastery, especially the famous religious center of Buddhists. People of any religion are invited to explore and participate in the sacred spiritual atmosphere in this place. The monastery is a small temple dedicated to the Buddha. The structure has several decorative frescoes depicting Buddhist ideas and the value of humanity and life. Monks pray, learn, and share their knowledge of Buddhism and the meaning of tolerance and non-violence. The prayers of their followers and followers increase the sacred vibration by 10 times.

      The fairytale monastery was built by Tibetan refugees in 1960, and it is often visited by Buddhists from Kinabalu, Tibet, Nepal and Kosa. This is an important meeting place for Buddhists. Tourists can sit and meditate in the peaceful setting of Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa. Near the monastery there is a market where tourists can buy Tibetan goods. Meditation is allowed in the monastery, and tourists can spend time here reflecting on the meaning of life. Those who are looking for a way to calm down and find peace should contact Gadhan TechCheckling Gompa to stay calm for hours and do other things in Manali.


36. RAHALA FALLS


        Rahala Waterfall, 29 km from Manali Bus Stop, is a popular picnic spot for locals and tourists on the Rattang Pass. The water is usually cold because the water comes from melting glaciers in the Himalayas. This area is overgrown with decoders and silver birch. Snowy Himalayan peaks can be seen in several places around the waterfall. Exploring this place, people will understand how birds sing, trees ring, and how the sound of a waterfall complements the beauty of Rahakh Falls.

       Located at an altitude of 9,000 feet, this is an ideal place for nature lovers and photographers. There are enough pictures in the natural landscape to provide the original quality that will captivate any researcher who has visited the Rahala waterfall. This is not only an ideal place to relax with family and friends, but also for those who want to calm down and want peace. Adventurers climb the cliffs to see waterfalls and snow peaks from above.


37. MANALI CLUB HOUSE


       Manali Club House is a fun and exciting holiday on the outskirts of Manalsu Nalla, an amazing branch of Beas. This is a place for the whole family where you can go in for sports indoor / sports, leisure or relaxation in the Manali Valley. There are also restaurants offering delicious local and international cuisine, crowds, libraries and video game centers.

      Manali Club House is managed and managed by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (HPTDC). Indoor games, such as billiards and ice skating, are an ideal refuge for many children and adults. The adventurer can cross the river and Zip. In addition to entertainment, tourists can shop at the clubhouse’s state-owned stores and find great crafts at reasonable prices.


38. JAGATSUKH VILLAGE


        Jagatsukh is a beautiful village and capital of the former Kulu province, about 7 km from Manali. It is famous for its beautiful natural landscapes and the ancient Jagatsu temple, which is an important temple dedicated to the gods Shiva and the goddess Sandhya Devi. All in all, Jagatsuh can be inspected in one day. But to stay here, there are several hotels, resorts and accommodation options.


       Jagatsukh, famous for the annual Yatra Chacholi Festival, is located among the snowy peaks and dense natural vegetation. The track often stops or begins on several trips from Jerry. The tranquility of this place is a haven for photographers and nature lovers. Fresh and clean air refreshes all visitors to the village. The beautiful village of Jagatsukh is covered in snow in winter and green in summer. Whether for picnics or hiking, a visit to Jagatsu is a must when exploring Manali.


39. KEYLONG


         Located between the Lahaul and Spiti districts of Himachal Pradesh, Keelong is a quiet city, ideal for exiting the tourist city. Due to the dry and cold weather in Kailong there is not much greenery, but the foggy snowy mountains are very beautiful. Located at an altitude of 3080 meters, this small pendulum has a rich culture and comfortable lifestyle in this small town.


       Keylong is generally a stop-over for the tourists travelling in the region., but those who stay longer are able to explore the hidden monasteries and undertake scenic walks enveloped by peaceful atmosphere. The mind-stirring small town is cut off from the outside world from November to mid-May due to the heavy snowfall at Rohtang Pass in the winters. To travel to Keylong, it is mandate to take a permit pass from the Tourist Development Council Manali.


40. TIBETAN MONESTRIES


      Manali also has a famous Tibetan settlement. And if you decide to visit Manali within 2 days, you need to choose at least one. Famous Tibetan monasteries, the Himalayan Ning Mapa Gompa and Gadan Tekho Kling Gompa attract many tourists and are the most visited places in Manali. It is especially worth showing Tibetan crafts. Activity: Meditation and shopping for unique Tibetan crafts. Opening hours: Like other monasteries, the Manali Tibetan monastery welcomes guests at any time of the day. However, the main gate of this sanctuary is open only from 7:00 to 19:00.


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