Manali is that type of hill station that never disappoints any of its visitor. This place is like heaven on earth.There are so many things to do in Manali.

You know Manali has a wildlife sanctuary, where we get an opportunity to ride on yak.

Ok so tell me, what is the most exciting thing that attracts every person?

Yes ,you all are right it's snow. 🥳

Experiencing snow in Manali is itself a new kind of adventure which is so exciting.

It is located in Kullu district about 270 km north of the state capital, Shimla 309 km (192 miles) northeast of Chandigarh and 544 km (338 miles) northeast of Delhi, the national capital.

Top tourist attraction of Manali

1. Hadimba temple

This temple was built by Maharaj Bahadur Singh in 1553. People here worship hidimba as a devi, wife of Bhima, a figure in the Indian epic Mahabharata. This temple is  locally known as Dhungari Temple, also known variously as the Hadimba Temple, is located in Manāli . It is an ancient cave temple.

2. Solang valley

Solang valley is famous for ski resort. It is a side valley at the top of Kullu valley in Himachal Pradesh. During December or January this entire region is covered in a blanket of snow that makes it perfect for skiing.

3. Jogini waterfalls

Jogini waterfall is a must visit waterfall if you are in Manali . The small trek leading up to this clearing is fairly easy and definitely worth the effort. If you want to experience nature beauty and peace then you must visit here.

4. Manu temple

This temple is dedicated to sage Manu, who believed to be a creator of human race. This place is located in old Manali and is 4 kilometre away from the Mall road. This place is best for it's beautiful view.

5. Bhrigu Lake

It is one of the best trekking destination around Manali. bring ullekh is located at an elevation of around 4300 metres in Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh. It is located to the east of Rohtang pass and is around 6 km from Gulaba village.

Must try these dishes of Manali

1. Dham

Dham is a local term for lunch . It is a famous dish of Himachal Pradesh which is served during ceremonies. Temples also served dham on most of the religious festival or auspicious occasion.

2. Red rice

In Himachal Pradesh red rice is available at restaurants and dhabas. It has a unique nutty flavour. It is mostly served with a local variety of kidney beans and saag.

3. Tea

When we are in Manali and we are  not drinking tea there, then what are we doing in Manali?

From plain tea to masala tea with heaps of ginger and cinnamon flavour, you are sure to find a tea stall at every nook and corner of the hill station.

What to buy from Manali?

If you are in Manali and you want to shop something, but you are confused about what to buy?
Then don't worry at all.

Here is a list of few things which you will definitely buy from this state

1. Tibetann clothing

2. Himalayan Handicrafts

3. Woollen clothing

4. Kinnuari and Kullu Shawls

5. Prayers Wheel

6. Kullu  Caps

7. Thangkas

8. Dorjes

and lot more .....

In the end,

I will like to sum up this blog reminding you all , few lines of Ashish Singh.....

Life is more in ups and downs,than in flats.

Life is more in moutains ,than in plateau.

Life is more in Manali,  than in Delhi .

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