Best places to visit in Manali
Manali a beautiful hill station located at the end of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. It is emerging as one of the top tourist places. It is settled above the sea with an altitude of around 2050m (6398 ft). It’s a spot where people of all age can have fun. During the month of June, one can aspect a lot of rush as due to the vacation of students. Manali is covered in white sheets during winter and people can enjoy pelting snow to each other. There are lot of places to visit in Manali .Visitors also engaged in various activities such as Rock-climbing, White river rafting, Trekking, and Skiing. One can also spare some time near the Beas river which connected to Sutlej river in Punjab.
Weather according to season
The hill stations are such places which can be roamed anytime in a year. The best time to visit Manali varies from person to person. A person who likes to play with snow and wants a cold temperature may visit Manali between October to January. If somebody wants a moderate and sunny weather he can visit between March and June. Monsoon should not be the choice to roam Manali. There is also highly risky of landslides.
Season Month Temperature
Summer March-June 10°C to 25°C
Winter October-Feb 0°c to 12 °C
Monsoon July-September 10°C to 20°C
Places around Manali
There are various things to do in Manali in different places, some of them are.
Rohtang is the main attraction why people loved to visit Manali. It is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas which is around 51 km from Manali. Its a way which adjoins Kullu valley with the Lahaul and Spiti valley. Snow can be seen during the whole season making it difficult for the people living there. Rohtang at an altitude of around 3978 m, the roads are blocked with snow making it slippery and risky for tourist. It is one of the best places to visit in Manali. During the season the temperature lies around zero degree but it aggravate in winters. Due to the heavy risk of landslides, the government are engaged in a project to build ropeway from Kothi village to Rohtang.
Manikaran is located in the Parvati Valley, northeast of Bhuntar in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. With an altitude of 1760 m, it is located 4 km ahead of Kasol and about 35 km from Kullu. It is a pilgrimage center for the Hindu and Sikh. There is the temple of Hindu deities Rama Krishna and Vishnu. Both Hindu and Sikh have a different belief for this sacred place. The main center of attraction is the ‘Hot spring’.People carry articles with them and put them in the spring either to prepare or to make them hot. No sulphur is found in these spring. So for devotees it can be one of the best places to visit in Manali. Why Manikaran is gaining so much of importance because people believed that the Devtas of the valley pay regular visits to the place on some specified dates.