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Tour Description

Kullu Manali is consider as the Honeymoon Capital of India. Many newly weds couple all around the Indian states come to spend their precious time in this part of himalaya. People visit this area along with many other beautiful sights arounds the valley. So if you ever think to come from Delhi or Dharamshala or Chandigarh, give us a call and we will plan your holidays with luxury and ease. It always feels better when you have a cab waiting for you at Bhuntar airport/Dharamshala airport/ Chandigarh airport/ Delhi airport. Just plan your trip and we will send a cab (as per your requirement) to your arrival point.

We send our cabs to airport for pickup and drop off and also provide sightseeing in Manali including Rohtang Pass, Atal Tunnel, Manikarn Temple, Solang Valley etc.

Region: Kullu Manali
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Starting Point : Bhuntar airport/ Dharamshala airport / Chandigarh airport / Delhi airport / Pathankot railway station or Airport
Vehicle types: Dzire / Toyota Etios / Toyota Innova Crysta / Tempo Traveller

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  • Vehicle Fuel
  • Driver Meal and accommodation
  • All toll and state taxes
  • All vehicle parking fee

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  • Any kind of personal expenses
  • Meals and accommodation of guest

Information required: KULLU – MANALI

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Manali is a high-altitude Himalayan resort town in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state. It has a reputation as a backpacking center and honeymoon destination. Set on the Beas River, it’s a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. It’s also a jumping-off point for paragliding, rafting and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000m-high Rohtang Pass.

Other Activitites:Manali Sightseeing Tour

Hadimba Temple, Manali – Also known by the names Hidimba Devi Temple and Dhungari Temple, this ancient shrine was built by Maharaja Bahadur Singh way back in 1553. As the name suggests, the temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi, wife of Bheema. The wooden architecture of the shrine is very distinct from most Hindu temples you will come across in the country. There’s another shrine dedicated to Hidimba Devi’ son Ghatotkacha in the premises. Surrounded by thick cedar groves and with snow-capped mountains serving as the backdrop, the temple is one of the best places to visit in Manali.

Solang Valley, Manali – A mini valley located at about 8400 feet above sea level, Solang Nala is a short drive away from Manali. It is a haven for adventure and sports lovers and while here, you can try your skills on a pair of skis or go for a snowmobile exploration. When the weather warms up, people flock here for zorbing and paragliding. You can also hop onto a cable car and enjoy mesmerizing views of the Himalayas. If you are looking for snow-based activities and sports, winters are the best time to visit while the months of summer are ideal for other adventure sports.

Manu Temple, Manali – The Manu Temple is dedicated to an old sage after whom it has been named. The pagoda-style architecture of the shrine stands out amidst the deep valleys and mountain peaks that form a postcard-worthy backdrop. You will have to hike a little to reach the temple, but the views at the summit and the spiritual vibes it exudes make all your efforts completely worth it.

The Manali Gompa, Manali – The ornate design and the quintessential Tibetan architecture make the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, more commonly referred to as the Manali Gompa, one of the finest landmarks in Manali. Built by Tibetan refugees in the 1960s, this monastery allows you to enjoy quiet settings and unmatched spiritual vibes. Some of the key highlights of the Manali Gompa include exquisite murals that depict important events of Buddhism in vivid colors and roofs built in the Pagoda style. The stalls in the complex are a good place to pick up some souvenirs and Tibetan handicraft items.

Bhrigu Lake, Manali – Take a moment and think of postcard-perfect alpine meadows and evergreen tree forests near a serene high-altitude water body. Well, you have just now pictured Bhrigu Lake, one of the best trekking destinations around Manali. A bit of acclimatization is needed if you are going for the trek as the lake is located more than 4000 meters above sea level. The scenery and panoramic views of the Pir Panjal Range are what draws most visitors to this place.

Naggar Castle, Manali – Located on the Beas Valley amidst scenic surroundings, Naggar Castle is a 15th-century historical edifice in the Kullu Region. Built by Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu, the castle is now a heritage hotel run by Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation. The wooden structure of the castle is an architectural marvel and reflects the very distinct style usually found in the region, combined with some European elements added to it over the years. You can catch fantastic views of the town and the adjacent alpine forests from the castle.

Rohtang Pass, Manali – Dedicate a day in your Manali itinerary to visit Rohtang Pass and you will not regret it. Located at an elevation of 4000 meters above sea level, this high mountain pass on the Pir Panjal Range will leave you breathless. In addition to being a favorite hub of nature lovers, artists, and photographers for generations, Rohtang Pass is also a haven for adventure activities like mountain biking and skiing. The pass has been featured in many Bollywood movies, including Jab We Met.

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