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A Gift of Himalaya

3 km from Manali old Manali is located. This place will take about 3 to 4 hours to explore perfectly. Manalsu river divides the Manali into old Manali and new Manali. The roads of old Manali are very attractive and it is advised you to take a tour on your own. You can find delicious cherries which are very famous in Manali at a very less price. You can explore the cafes of Manali some of them are Cafe 1947, Drifters Cafe, the lazy dog, Dylan's toasted and roasted coffee house, and born free Cafe. One can also collect souvenirs for loved ones by shopping in the old Manali market. The market is situated away from the busy lanes of Mall Road. They offer a variety of products like music CDs, jewelry, handicrafts, home decor, antiques, pickles, and so on. 


One needs to trek a journey of 15 to 20 minutes from the new Manali. You will find a few auto-rickshaws or taxis available from New Manali. 


Solang Valley is a place where one can make all their adventure dreams come true. The valley is situated 14 kilometers to the Northwest of Manali. You will find a huge number of adventure enthusiasts of all age groups visiting for parachuting paragliding horse riding driving many open jeeps. Solang valley becomes a perfect skiing spot because the valley gets covered by snow. After this no merits the same value is taken over by zorbing. Solang valley is considered one of the most enjoyable places in Manali. You are advised to visit the Solang Valley between 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. about 324 hours are required to explore the valley and to experience the adventure activities.  

Zorbing in Manali starts at INR 500 per head. You can also go for the most thrilling activity paragliding which starts from INR 600 to INR 1800. 


Manali welcomes summer from March to June. The average temperature during summers and Manali fluctuates between 10 degrees Celsius and 25 degrees Celsius. Summers of Manali feel comfortable for traveling and exploring. Summer is considered the best time to visit Manali for a tour. The temperature of Manali during summer makes the environment comfortable for rafting paragliding and trekking activities. In summer you can also enjoy the doongri forest festival which is organized by women. Women of Manali celebrate this festival by wearing traditional attire dancing singing to tribute Hadimba Devi.

It is advised to book your tickets in advance because it is the peak season and you may suffer from overpriced tickets and hotel rents. 


Manali witnessed monsoon from July to September. The average temperature during these months ranges between 10 degrees Celsius and 15 degrees Celsius. Manali offers a fresh environment after rain showers. But sometimes it makes it difficult to explore top tourist places. High rainfall and landslides would affect your journey and it is also very risky. It is good to go in the monsoon only if you don't want any outdoor activities. During monsoon people of Manali celebrate one of their main festivals which is the Hariyali festival. The festival is mostly celebrated by the local farmers. Before planning a trip in the monsoon make sure to check the weather reports. Because very few people choose to travel in monsoon you will also get oxygen discounts on bookings for hotels and accommodation. 


Manali welcomes winter from October to February. The average temperature during winter in Manali drops down below zero degrees Celsius. Manali feels cold in winter as the snowfall starts. Still, people show a craze to visit Manali in winter also for participate in many countless outdoor adventure activities. Manali looks like beautiful white heaven in winter. The winter carnival is celebrated in February every month. During these periods Manali creates a different vibe, one can see a white color all around. You will feel extremely cold in winter so it is advised to keep woolen clothes with you. 

From the neighboring state of Delhi Haryana and Punjab, you will find buses that run regularly. From any region of North India through Chandigarh you can connect to Kullu Manali through NH 21. 

Bhuntar is the nearest airport which is 10 Meters away from Kullu and 50 Meters away from Manali. 


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