to Delhi : 570 Kms
to Shimla : 260 Kms
to Dharamshala : 235 Kms
to Chandigarh : 280 Kms
to Rohtang Pass : 51 Kms
to Manikaran : 85 Kms
to Dalhousie (via Lahru) : 360 Kms
to Mandi : 460 Kms
Devi Temple :
Built in 1553 and with a superbly crafted four tiered
pagoda roof. It is famous for its exquisitely carved doorway.
Temple : This is dedicated to the sage Manu.
(3 km) : Well known for its hot springs. There
are old temples dedicated to the sage Vashishth and to
Lord Rama. These are just beyond the Himachal tourism
: There are three recently built Tibetan monasteries
(6 km) : The one time capital of Kullu. Here
are old temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and to Sandhya
Gayatri. The Arjun caves are just ahead.
Valley (l4 km) : In a picturesque setting, this
has good ski slopes end picnic spots. It has the glacier
closest to Manali.
the Rohtang Paas : On the road to keylong is
the Nehru kund (6 km) which is a clear water spring end
scenic spot named after the late Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Kothi (12 km) is a picturesque village and has a thrilling
view of the deep gorge through which the Beas swiftly
races. The beautiful Rahalla falls (16 km) are at an altitude
of 2500 m. A crucial link on the old trade route and still
the gateway to trans Himalayan Lahaul, the Rohtang Pass
is at the height of 3980m.
: Lying about 120 km from Manali, Keylong is the headquarters
of Lahaul and spiti district Monasteries of Kardung and
Shashus are important attractions.
: A place with charming natural beauty, just 10-12 km
: Located in the Pattan Valley, its an important
pilgrimage centre. Noted for its temple dedicated to six
armed statue of Avalokiteshwara Bodhisattva.
: An important pilgrimage place in the Pattan Valley.
House : The club
House with its comprehensive facilities that includes
roller skating ring, an auditorium, a billiards room,
a library, a bar and a restaurants, makes a wonderful
outing for the day.
Baths : One of Manali's main attractions, is
a place to luxuriate in Himachal Tourism's baths where
the water of hot sulphur springs renowned for their medicinal
qualities has been piped into baths.
TRANSPORT / HOW
TO REACH MANALI?
BY AIR ||
Manali has no airport of its own. The nearest airport
is BHUNTAR (KULLU) is around 10 km south of Kullu
town and 50 km from Manali.
are available to and from Delhi and
To book your air ticket feel free
to contact us.
BY ROAD ||
The entire Kullu Valley is connected with various
centres both inside and outside the state. Other than
HPTDC, a fleet of buses is run by road transport corporations
and private operators.