Manali is a 30,000-person town in Himachal Pradesh's Kullu Valley. It's in the Kullu Valley's north. It's 6,398 feet high.
Manali has beautiful summers with temperatures between 22°C to 30°C. Quest seekers and skiers, a rare sport in India, visit Manali during deep winters.
The Solang Valley is peaceful and offers most direct route to destination. The road to Solang passes through some breathtakingly beautiful scenery.
This holy building attracts many worshippers. According to legend, Manu saved the precious Vedas and the 7 sages from the great flood and lived in Manali.
Manali's glittering gompas and Buddhist monasteries are famous. Local donations and temple workshop sales of hand-woven carpets.
The museum is near the Hadimba Devi Temple in Utopia Complex. States collection of unknown antiques is shown in the museum.
Manali is visited year-round except for the monsoons, although the best season to visit is September to mid-December.
Road travel to Manali is spectacular. The mountainous region is untrustworthy, so use a taxi instead of driving.