in Himachal Pradesh, India offers spectacular views of snow clad mountains and attracts lots of Tourist from all over the world. May it be a weekend trip, adventure tour or a honeymoon vacation, Manali is the perfect destination to visit. Manali is now turning into a base camp for trekkers and intrepid mountaineers. Honeymoon couples and families from all across India still descend to Manali throughout the year.
There are a number of star categories resorts, cottages and hotels in Manali catering to the needs of tourists. To cherish the untouched romance of the hills, Himachal Pradesh tourism offers online booking for hotels in Manali in all category like luxury, premium, deluxe and budget Kullu Manali hotels. For those who want to enjoy a luxurious vacation, they can choose from five star Manali hotels, four star and three star Manali hotels. Tourist can book from wide range of Hotels in Manali offering comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Hidimba Devi Temple: Hadima temple is a famous temple of Manali. ( 1.5 km. ) Built in 1553 A.D. also known as 'Doongri Temple' dedicated to the Goddess Hidimba ( Hirma Devi ), the wife of Bhima. Although carving is simple yet beautiful. This temple was built by Raja Bahadur Singh of Kullu.
Solang Valley: 13 kms. is a splendid valley between Solang village and Beas Kund. Solang valley offers the view of glaciers and snow capped mountains and peaks. It has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute has installed a ski lift for training purpose. Located here is a hut and guest house of the Mountaineering and Allied sports Institute, Manali.
Deo Tibba: Also known as Indralika, this 2,953 metres (9,687 ft.) high snow dove Jagatsukh, has a legend around it, with Arjuna. He started performing 'tapa' at this mountain, under the advice of Maharishi Vyas, in order to obtain the powerful Pasupata Astra from Indra.
Malana: 30-km from Katrain, near the beautiful Chandrakhani Pass of Manali, which offers striking views of Deo Tibba is the mysterious village of Malana. The village is basically famous for its temple of Jamlu and its distinct and fully reserved social and cultural set up.
HOW TO GET THERE
By air: The nearest airport to Kullu Manali is Bhunter which is about 50 km and 10 Km beyond Kullu.
By rail: The nearest rail head to reach Kullu Manali is Chandigarh which is 320 km away.
By road: A fine network of roads connects Shimla to all major cities in India. Regular buses, coaches and taxies play from Delhi and Chandigarh.