Natural Attractions in Manali

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  • Solang Valley

    Solang Valley

    Solang Valley is quiet and is best approached by road. The drive up to Solang is extremely picturesque. Once you are there, try out some Chinese food from the local roadside shacks, and enjoy the views. The road ahead is blocked since a tunnel to Koksar (a village ahead of ...

    Nature Landmark
  • Rohtang Pass/Snow Point

    Rohtang Pass/Snow Point

    Rohtang Pass is a very beautiful and popular spot in Manali with more than 25 lakh visitors every year. In winter, the mountains at the Rohtang Pass are completely covered in snow and it is impossible to get there. Hence, the pass remains closed during winters (from October) and generally ...

    Landmark Nature
  • Vashist Temple & Water Springs

    Vashist Temple & Water Springs

    Dedicated to the local deity and sage by the same name, Saint Vashist, the Vashist Temple on the banks of River Ravi is worth a stop. The temple showcases lovely wood carvings. The real attraction here is the therapeutic hot springs that are piped and cemented to make for a ...

  • Arjun Gufa

    Arjun Gufa

    Situated on the bank of the Beas River, Arjun Gufa is an interesting place to visit. Roughly 4 km away from the hill station of Manali, this beautiful natural attraction lies near Prini village. As per a popular belief, this cave is the place where Arjuna, the third eldest among ...

    Religious Nature
  • Beas Kund

    Beas Kund

    "The originating point of the holy Beas River, Beas Kund is considered to be the site where the great sage Vyas took his daily bath. The Kund, protected by an igloo-like stone structure, is considered sacred by the Hindus. The site's religious significance has attracted and continues to attract thousands ...

    Nature Religious
  • Gulaba


    Gulaba is a picturesque spot that lies on the way to the popular Rohtang Pass. The place has got its name from Raja Gulab Singh of Kashmir who camped here, while leading an incursion into China. Flanked by snow-covered mountain peaks and graced with grasslands, wild plants and the pristine ...

  • Pin Valley National Park

    Pin Valley National Park

    "Sprawling over an area of 1150 sq km as buffer zone and 675 sq km as core zone, Pin Valley National Park is a part of the Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area. Established in 1987, this national park is perched at varying altitudes that range between 3500 and 6000 ...

  • River Beas

    River Beas

    "The Beas River, also known as Vipasha in Sanskrit, flows in Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. From its originating point (4361 m) in the Himalayas, this holy river passes through lush evergreen forests and hills before reaching Punjab. Here, it embraces the Satluj River and finally enters the territory of Pakistan, ...

  • Solang Nullah

    Solang Nullah

    Solang Nullah is a beautiful stream flowing through snow-covered mountain peaks, lofty trees and wild flowers in the Solang Valley. A serene place to spend moments of repose, Solang Nullah is the place where you find nature in its most artistic form. For family picnics, this site is no doubt, ...

  • Solang Valley

    Solang Valley

    Nestling between Solang village and Beas Kund, Solang Valley is a beautiful place offering breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, peaks and glaciers. From skiing to zorbing, parachuting and paragliding, the adventure activities available here are many. Sport enthusiasts should visit this place during the months of January and February. Every ...

  • Vashisht Baths

    Vashisht Baths

    Vashisht Baths are hot water springs, situated on the banks of the gurgling Beas River in the picturesque hill station of Manali. These baths are named after the great sage Vashisht, who was a teacher and adviser to Lord Rama. Surrounded by pine trees and luxuriant vegetation, these water bodies ...

  • Van Vihar National Park

    Van Vihar National Park

    Van Vihar National Park is one of the most frequented attractions in Manali. Located favourably on the Mall Road, this park is populated with many deodar trees that provide shade to the whole area. For the convenience of visitors, the park is provided with concrete as well as wooden benches. ...