Manali is located in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state and is a high-altitude Himalayan resort. It is a perfect tourist destination for family, friends and honeymoon. Visit Hadimba Devi Temple, an ancient cave temple built by Maharaja Bahadur Singh in 1553. With our Manali Tour Packages you can explore a lot about this destination.
3 Hours Before departure
After your arrival in Delhi, (you are required to reach Kashmiri Gate on your own), you will board the overnight Volvo bus to Manali. (Manali is located at a distance of around 553 km from Delhi). You will spend your night in the bus.
Upon reaching Manali, check in at the hotel and complete all the check-in formalities at 12 noon. Enjoy your breakfast. Relax for some time and after getting refreshed, head out for sightseeing in Manali. The places you will visit include Hadimba Devi Temple. This ancient cave temple possesses an imposing structure. Built by Maharaja Bahadur Singh in 1553, it’s a four storied wooden structure with a tower reaching up to 24m high. You will also visit the Manu Temple, which is dedicated to Sage Manu, believed to be the creator of all universe, and the Vashisht Temple, whose waters are said to possess healing properties.
You can spend the evening at your own leisure. Afterwards, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Enjoy your early morning breakfast and then depart for Rohtang Pass. (Snow Point in Rohtang Pass closed due to heavy snowfall). At an incredible height of 4,114m, it offers spectacular views of the surroundings. In Rohtang Pass, you can enjoy several snow based activities like snow scooter, skiing etc.
You can also visit the small but beautiful town of Marhi and Gulaba, which is a picturesque village located en route to Rohtang Pass. The captivating beauty of Solang Valley will leave you mesmerized. Return to Manali in the evening for dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.
Get ready for some wonderful and exciting shopping in Manali. Some of the famous markets of Manali are Mall Road, Old Manali and Tibetan Markets. In these markets, you can purchase shawls, caps, Tibetan carpets, Buddhist paintings and artifacts, dry fruits, apples, pullovers made of yak wool, jellies, jam and other things. Later, in the evening, board your overnight Volvo bus to Delhi.