Wishing for hill-side retreat this winter? Take a Manali tour and collect delightful memories unlimited. This beautiful Valley town offers a range of tourist attractions and draws backpackers in hordes. Have a look at what Manali has to offer you for a winter vacation.
On the northern end of Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh is Manali, a lovely hill resort offering a kind of flashy legerity that is hard to surpass over. Spot around Manali during those twilight weeks – right before the winter stretching its arms and cover the region with white layer of snow – and you’ll feel like sailing through a lush tropical heaven. Refreshing morning with pure pristine environment all around makes a way to the sunny afternoon and a tranquil colorful evening. Night comes with a delicate chill, where bewaring the tales sitting around bonfire outside your hotel gives you a lifetime experience. If you happen to be in Manali, it’s truly an enchanting time that you’ll love to cherish with forever.
Manali, which means ‘house of Manu’, has a long interesting history to back it. According to a local tale, a holy man found a fish in the water taking bath at home. The fish begged the man to spare its life, and in return, warned him about a cosmic flood that would spifflicate the entire world. Knowing everything in advance, the man crafted a ship, and when the destructor flood came, he sailed to a ship to a safe mountain top guided by that pardoned fish. The holy man was the world’s love survivor and repopulated the world. His name was Manu and the mountain-top where he survived safe during the flood is now known as Manali. To feel the story from close and know more about the city’s religious importance, make a move to the ancient Manu and Vashishtha temples. The famous 16the century old Hidimba temple is also a not-to-miss attraction in Manali, offering you a rich religious fervor and breathtaking views of surrounding peaks & forests from its four-tiered pagoda roof.
Coming to Manali, a loose itinerary with ample time to wander aimlessly is the best, because the most delightful thing to do here is doing nothing and soaking up the marvelous beauty at/around narrow winding roads, deep colorful valleys, brooding deodar forests, apple orchards and gushing Beas River. With this scintillating scenery juxtaposing with balmy weather, Manali has obtained an iconic figure amongst the honeymoon spots in India. Great shopping and dining options at the Mall Road add more delights to one’s Manali tour. A number of cafes, groceries and specialty stores offer everything from handicrafts to imported apparel and seasonal local dishes to intercontinental foods. Amanali has a range of options to choose from, when it comes to ‘where to stay’. The Jonson Cafe, Banon Resort, Manali Inn resort and Solang Valley Resorts are some much-preferred options.
Pack warm woolen clothes, if you take Manali tour during winters. Apart from that, some other common essentials for Manali trip are sunscreen, good walking shoes and sunglasses. Whether you take a Shimla tour or a holiday in Manali, professional help from a reliable travel agency can give you a pleasurable experience.