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Tourist Places in Manali

Solang valley

Within a half an hour drive from manali, this is a perfect place for those who like to enjoy the snow. In the winters the entire place is covered with snow and becomes a perfect palace for those who enjoy skiing. The place remains a tourist hub even in the summers as adventure enthusiasts visit it to enjoy paragliding.

Beas River

The magnificent view of the himalayas, with the scenery of nature all around you, and the mighty Beas river flowing right before you, there is nothing more that you can expect from the world. The palace is famous for its views of snow covered mountains in the winters and flora and fauna.

Manikaran Gurudwara

The shrine, also known as Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurudwara, is one of the most revered places in Sikhism. It is believed that the first sikh guru himself came to this place with one his disciples for the welfare of the people. The place is famous for his hot water spring and mouth watering langar.

Jogini waterfall

Located just 3km from the main market of Manali, this place is one of the untouched places in Himachal. Just beneath the waterfall you will see the beautiful scenery around all set to enthrall you with its majestic view.

Hadimba temple

Dedicated to the wife of the mightiest son of pandu, Bhim, from the epic Mahabharat, this shrine is famous for its deodar trees. Having such a mythological background, this place is visited by numerous visitors throughout the year. Just 70m from the temple, is a shrine, dedicated to the son of Hadimba and Bhim, Ghatotkach.
A village in the Kullu district of himachal pradesh, Vashisht village is famous for Vashist temple and Vashisht bath. It is believed that Vashisht temple is around 4000 years old. This place is believed to be the residence of the Guru of Lord Ram and Laxman, Guru Vashisth. The place is famous for Vashisht Kund, a hot spring.