Manali, a picturesque town in Indian-administered Kashmir, is among the most popular tourist destinations for both domestic and international tourists. It is nestled in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas and has a humbling blend of culture, tradition, beauty, and modernity.
Manali is famous for its natural beauty and it attracts hikers of all levels who get to experience exotic flora like fir & deodar forests during short treks. Manali is a favorite destination for honeymooners & couples. It is a perfect getaway for those who would want to explore the unexplored Indian Himalayas.
Manali is also famous for its shopping, cultural heritage, and religious places. In Manali, each of these things contributes to a harmonious balance in which they all combine to make it the perfect tourist destination.
“Lover’s Paradise – India’s Honeymoon capital”
One of the most popular hill stations in Himachal, Manali offers the most magnificent views of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges covered with snow for most parts of the year. Manali has several temples and churches built in the British era and the presence of old terracotta houses is a testimony to those times. The town has maintained its British-era charm and still retains a few of them. This unique blend of cultures has made Manali one of the most attractive destinations both in terms of history and beauty.
The town is comprised of three parts – Old Manali, New Manali, and Kullu Valley.