Land of Gods, Manali is one of the hot spot attraction in our country. For those who want to take a dip into the natural beauty, it is the best place with immense solitude. There are many special attractions in Manali along with a splash of adventure sports. Here are some must not miss attractions lined up. Scroll down to check out.
Solang Valley: This beautiful place is also known as Snow Point. Here you can enjoy the panoramic view with some adventure packed activities like paragliding.
Well known for its picture perfect beauty and awe inspiring surroundings, snow covered peaks, glaciers, alluring green forests, Solang Valley is a must visit attraction.
Rahala Waterfalls: It is an awesome attraction which is on the way to Rohtang Pass. This is the point from where you can start climbing for the Rohtang Pass. It is a regular stop over for the nature lovers. The waterfall is formed with the melted glaciers gushing down the mountain ranges in the form of a stream and waterfall. It is highly recommended attraction.
Rohtang Pass: Located one the Manali-Keylong road, Rohtang Pass is the highest point of the road and it presents jaw dropping natural splendor. This is the amazingly attractive point where you can enjoy the natural splash of beauty. This place is also the starting pomt of some popular attractions including Dassaur Lake and Beas Kund.
The Manali Gompa or Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa: It is one of the most popular attraction in Manali which was built in 1960. This gompa is an important religious place for Buddhists not only in Manali but all around the world.
Each year thousands of Buddhists visit this gompa from places like Ladakh, Lahul, Tibet, Spiti and Kinnaur. The attractive murals, paintings and the two storied tall statue of Lord Buddha make this place admirable and worth a visit.
Manu Temple: Located at a distance of just three kilometers from the Manali market, this ancient temple is dedicated to the ancient law giver of India, Manu Rishi. It is a serene and calming place nestled in the arms of Mother Nature and according to the old stories and folklores, this temple was abode of Manu Rishi. If you want to enjoy the authentic dishes of Manali, there are some amazing local restaurants where you can enjoy the food.
Hidimba Devi Temple: Surrounded by beautiful trees, this cave temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi. The temple is also known as Dhungri mandir. Each year thousands of locals as well as tourists visit this temple to take the blessings of the goddess. The old and amazing architecture of the temple makes it look outstanding and there is a park just a few steps away from the temple where you can enjoy a day picnic.