Manali: a Divine and Heavenly Realm!
Manali is situated at an altitude of about 2050 meters in the mountain slopes of the Shiwalik range. Its proximity to the great Himalayan range enriches this place with unimaginable beauty that is surely going to keep you awestruck. Encompassed with snow clad mountain ranges, this hilly town has a lot to offer from tourism point of view. The vast fruit orchards, the huge stretches of paddocks carpeted with gorgeous flowers, the mystical valleys and the crystal clear water of the Beas River flowing through the town with full power and force make this place an apt destination to seek the desired respite from the hectic daily life.
A comprehensive Manali tour will enable you to discover the innate beauty of this enchanting town. There are many hotels in Manali that are situated close to the Beas River, therefore, allowing you to enjoy the surge of the powerful river to the fullest. You can easily select from a variety of Manali packages that are being offered by various travel agents. Manali, with its mountain slopes and dense forests, is a treat to watch.
This calm and tranquil place houses many temples that are of great religious importance. The most famous is the Hadimba Temple where tourists from far off places offer their prayers. This four tiered wooden temple is further enriched by elaborate wooden carvings illustrating various mythological stories. The ancient temples of Lord Shiva and Sandhya Gayatri at Jagat Sukh, near Manali are also quite famous. The Manu Temple in Manali is yet another temple that is worth visiting and will add spiritual value to your Manali tour. Apart from these temples, there are a number of monasteries where people from various regions come and seek blessings.
Another place that has become synonymous to Manali is the Rohtang Pass. Many hotels in Manali conduct exclusive visit to this place which is almost 50 kms from Manali. This pass is a gateway to Leh and other adjoining areas. Due to extreme weather conditions, the Rohtang Pass remains closed in winters. The exotic snow peaked mountains glistening under the sun rays present before you a panoramic view that will never evade from your memory. The massive glaciers and gorgeous valleys will fill you with fantastic emotions. Various customized Manali packages are also available wherein you can plan out your trip based on your preferences.
The Rahala waterfalls and the Solang Valley offer a picture perfect view that will mesmerize you completely. The Great Himalayan National Park is a great place for wildlife lovers as this park, which is filled with alpine plantations, houses various endangered species, one of them being the snow leopard. Camping is also carried out in this park that will bring you closer to nature. Make your Manali tour adventurous and plan out a visit to this park.
The Manali Sanctuary is another place near Manali that will help you in understanding the rich forest of this hilly area and catch a glimpse of the wild and rare animals of the region. There are a number of Manali packages that will help you make your trip exciting and thrilling. These packages offer you great deals and help you in booking comfortable hotels in Manali at reasonable rates.
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Avail one of the customized Manali packages and plan out a Manali tour according to your choice. Book your accommodation from a wide array of hotels in Manali. The choice of hotels is vast and they suit various budget types. So, plan a visit and enjoy your stay in Manali.
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