Tourism in Manali offers a great and quality time in the lap of Himalaya. Manali is gifted with superb scenic wealth and have many famous places to explore around i.e. Solang Valley, Marhi, Vashisht, Rohtang Pass, Kothi, Nehru Kund, Club House, Rohla Falls etc.
Even in winter, Manali is full of tourists from India as well as from abroad. Tourism in Manali offers many kind of winter sports. The slopes of Manali are among the best slopes in the world for skiing and heli skiing.
Famous Places in and arround Manali
Hadimba Temple: Ages ago Bhima killed the strong and wittily cruel demon, Hadimb and married his sister Hadimba. Soon after that Hadimba expurgated her sins by performing Tapa and consequently began to be worshipped as a goddess.
Club House: Club House provides all modern amenities for comfortable stay. It has a multi-purpose hall and provides facilities for indoor and outdoor.
Vashisht Temple and Sulphur Springs: Vashisht Temple is a beautiful pyramidal stone temple and in the vicinity are the hot water sulphur spring baths.
Solang Valley: An ideal picnic spot, Solang Nala has vast meadows surrounded by silver oak and spurs trees. It enfolds world-famous skiing slopes and has a small ropeway. You get to enjoy horse riding and paragliding too.
Rohtang Pass (51 km from Manali): This highest point on the road offers limited skiing but ample trekking opportunities. The pass affords a wide spread panorama of mountains almost directly opposite the well-defined Sonepani glacier slightly left the twin peaks of Geypan.
How To Reach Manali:
Located 105 KM from Mandi,the nearest airport from Manali is at Bhuntar(Kullu) 55KM.
Distance From Major Cities
Altitude: 2000 m(apx.)
Best Time to Visit: September to November & March To June.