Manali is a gift to the world from the Himalayas, India. Its cool climate, snow-covered mountains, with salubrious climate with a rustic enclave completes the look of a proper holiday destination. In the early 20th century, Manali’s tourism industry started booming, because of its Natural Bounties, Cultural Heritage and Breathtaking Views. Below are the 5 best places everyone should experience while visiting Manali.
Visiting Manali, Rohtang is considered as the most popular place. Rohtang has its breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains. Rohtang is 51 km from Manali at the height of 3980m on the highway to Leh. Dassaur lake and Beas Kund are nearby. Travelling is also effortless from Manali to Rohtang, state transport buses of HRTC are available which is almost 2-hour ride, or you can hire/rent a private Car or Bikes. If you are an adventure lover then do try these activities:
Heli-Skiing, Paragliding, Snow Scooter Driving. Visiting Rohtang Pass, the best season is considered in May to October but for the bikers, August is preferable, according to reliable sources.
Solang valley is considered as an essential destination while visiting Manali. From Manali, 14 km is the distance to the north-west of the main town of Manali. Solang Valley’s best thing is that any kind of traveller can visit Solang valley at any time. In summer Paragliding to Parachuting, Horse Riding to Driving Mini-open Jeeps, Solang valley has it all. During winters Snowmaking Skiing is the most popular sport here. Skiing is often replaced by Zorbing according to the season change. Locals and Tourist guide mostly offer photography and sports at their prize, try to bargain do not accept the deal as offered.
Old Manali is 3 km uphill from Manali. Cafes and old Manali market are often visited by tourists. People who are in love with nature will definitely fall in love with this place. Old Manali is known for its natural beauty as it is more clean, greener and not much crowded in comparison with new Manali. Old Manali and New Manali are divided by Manalsu River. The sunrise and the sunset, the gently winding waves, the energy of this place will be a perfect natural retreat for anyone. In Old Manali Hidimba Temple is most famous. The pure beauty of Himachal Pradesh would be experienced by visiting Old Manali
Beas river originates from the Beas Kund lake in Dhauladhar range which is at a height of 4000m above sea level. As legend has it that ancient sage Vyas took his regular bath in this lake, so it is a sacred place for Hindu pilgrims. It is considered as the shortest trek in Manali but along with that adventurous and sole relaxing at the same time. This trek does not need any experience, beginners can also go on this trek, which would take 4 days to complete. While trekking you will experience the soothing vibes from the lush green land, snow-covered mountains, water flowing around. To take a break from regular hustle-bustle city life do take this relaxing trek while visiting Manali.
Jogini waterfall a 2km trek northwards from the Vashist village. As mentioned above all the places should be visited while going Manali, but this is a must. The water flowing down gives you peace and calm as well as that refreshing feels. This trek covers all the beautiful scenic nature towering mountains, water cascading all the way giving you an unforgettable experience. Jogini waterfall is a bit of a hike but you will definitely forget about the efforts you took while reaching there. Jogini is a kind of escape into serenity, tucked with a lap of nature and beauty along with it.
So get set for a picturesque adventure bike trip to one of the most spectacularly scenic places of Manali. For making your trip perfectly organised rent a bike from RidesonRent and enjoy your trip hassle-free.