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Tourist Places to Visit in Manali, India

Manali is a very important hill station situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This beautiful city offers you a number of adventure sports activities like skiing, hiking, trekking etc. This picturesque town is crowded with tourists all through the year. Set at an altitude of 2,050 meters in the Beas river valley, Manali is a top rated tourist destination among honeymooners and ski enthusiasts. Apart from activities for adventure lovers there are number of other tourist attraction in Manali. So lets us have a look at all that you can see and visit while you are in this stunning hill station.

Hadimba Devi Temple Manali

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Hadimba Devi Temple

Hadimba Devi Temple is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi. The temple lies on the foot of Himalayas and is surrounded by cedar forest. The doors of the temple have intricate carvings. The temple base is made out of whitewashed, mud-covered stonework. It is a must visit destination in Manali.

Solang Valley in Manali

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Solang Valley

Located about 13kms from Manali, Solang Valley is a side valley at the top of the Kullu Valley. It offers amazing opportunities for parachuting, paragliding, skating and zorbing. It is also a very popular ski resort in India. During winters one can enjoy skiing while during summers when the snow melts you can indulge in zorbing activities.

beas kund manali

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Beas Kund

Beas Kund is located at higher and upper valley of Solang. This a great place for adventure freaks as it offers outstanding trekking opportunities. The peak of Hanman Tibba lies on the western side of the Beas Kund. One of the best place for a short trek from Manali. The top offers stunning views of the glaciers and snow-capped mountain peaks.

Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh

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Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. The pass acts as a natural division between the Hindu culture of Kullu and the Buddhist culture of the Lahaul and Spiti valley. It is open from May tp November for tourists. The pass is a great adventure place near Manali.

Rahala Waterfalls in Manali

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Rahala Waterfalls

Located about 16 km from Manali, Rahala Waterfalls lies on the way to Rohtang Pass from Manali and a beautiful place to visit in Manali. It is surrounded by dense forest cover of Birch and Deodar trees. The snow capped Himalayan peaks form a beautiful backdrop for the waterfall. The waterfall is surrounded by the dense forest and one can enjoy the view of snow capped Himalayan mountains fro here.

Manu Temple Manali

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Manu Temple

The well known Manu Temple is devoted to the Indian Sage Manu. It is said the the sage was the creator of this world. It lies on the bank of Beas River in the old Manali town about 3 km from main market. It is visited by a number of devotees every year.

Pin Valley National Park

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Pin Valley National Park

Pin Valley National Park is one of the best national parks in North India. Often referred to as the Land of Ibex and Snow Leopards, this place gives you the opportunity to spot some Siberian ibex, weasel and bharal. This cold desert is a great holiday destination that every adventure lover must visit.

Manali Sanctuary

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Manali Sanctuary

Manali Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary which is home to musk deer, monal and brown bear, leopard and snow leopard. You can also spot herds of ibex during summers. The sanctuary starts about 2 km from Manali.

Nehru Kund Manali

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Nehru Kund

Nehru Kund is another important tourist attraction in Manali. It is a must visit place for those in look out for some tranquility and a relaxing environment. The refreshing ambience of this place adds to its natural as well as spiritual beauty.

Jagatsukh in Manali

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Jagatsukh is a very small village located in Southern Manali. It is a wonderful trekking spot and has a number of temples built in Shikhara style. The Chacholi Jatra festival is another important attraction of this place.

Arjun Gufa

Arjun Gufa is located on the left bank of river Beas. According to the Hindu mythology, Arjun, a character from Mahabharata meditated at this place to acquire the Pashupata Ashtra or the weapon from the Lord Indra.

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Vashist Hot Water Spring

Vashist Hot Water Spring is another very popular spot in Manali. It is believed that the water of this hot spring can cure all kinds of skin diseases. The baths lie close to the hot spring and are fitted with Turkish style showers. There are separate baths for both men and women.

Tibetan Monastery in Manali

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Tibetan Monastery

Tibetan Monastery in Manali was built to preserve the Tibetan culture in Kullu. It houses the literature and handicrafts of the Tibetans and a statue Lord Buddha is also kept inside. Tibetans handicraft’s items and woven carpets are sold in the monastery.

Bhasheswar Mahadev Temple Kullu Manali

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Basheshwar Mahadev Temple

The Bhasheshwar Mahadev Temple was constructed back in the 9th century AD. The intricate stone carving is the major attractions of this temple. Small idols of the Hindu deities like Lord Vishnu, Ganesha, Durga and Laxmi are placed inside the temple.

Bijli Mahadev Temple in Manali

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Bijli Mahadev Temple

Bijli Mahadev Temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Lord Shiva and lies at an altitude of 2,460 meters above sea level. There is a 60 feet high lighting rod that is situated in the temple and is struck by lightning throughout the year. Bijli Mahadev is among the best places to visit in Manali.

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