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Lush green hillsides, gurgling streams, winding mountain paths and the majestic snow capped peaks surrounding it all, Manali is the perfect holiday getaway. Unlike other hill stations dominated by colonial history and structures that stand testimony to it, Manali holidays are all about admiring scenic vistas and frolicking in the agreeable weather. Manali holiday packages offer a range of accommodation options, from luxurious resorts set outside the town to budget hotels in the heart of the main market. Take your pick to enjoy cheap holidays in Manali. Besides numerous attractive tourist spots within the town, Manali holidays must include a visit to the Rohtang Pass.
Sightseeing/Activities/Places of Interest - Manali Travel
Whether it is walking down the main market or visiting the secluded Hadimba Devi Temple, Manali tours are always replete with things to do and places to see. Enjoy cheap holidays in Manali, a hill stations offering the perfect mix of relaxation and adventure. On a holiday in Manali, explore the Naggar Fort, located south of town and visit the hot water sulphur springs and temple at Vashishat, 3 km away. Manali tours must also include an excursion to Rohtang Pass, a snow capped area at a height of 3,978 metres. One can also visit Dassur Lake and Beas Kund located close by. While the road leading to the pass is closed during winter, summer is a good time for skiing on the hillside. Ski facilities are also available at Solang Nallah from January to March, where you can enjoy riding the 300 metre long ski lift. Of course a Manali trip is incomplete without a visit to the Buddhist monasteries in the region. Also visit the Rahala Falls, 27 km away. For the adventure enthusiasts, Manali holiday packages offer a plethora of adventure activities like kayaking and river crossing over Beas River. With the exception of winter and monsoons, rafting is also possible on certain stretches of the Beas River.