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Take your kids straight into the Lap of Nature

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Kullu Manali is one of the frequently visited tourist places of North India during summers because of the beautiful scenarios and low temperature. This is why it has been unanimously acknowledged by married couples about being one of the most favorite destinations. If your kid’s schools have announced their summer vacation, you can plan a trip to Kullu Manali to reach straight to the lap of nature.

The sensational views of the far-fetched snow-capped hills make you feel that nature herself showers enough romanticism in this place, Manali. Manali is one of the most popular hill stations of India where serenity dwells even amidst the crowd of tourists throughout the year. Nature hosts amazing alpine forest of Deodar and Pine trees dotted with different fruit orchards and cattle farms.

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Manali – A gateway to variety of trekking destinations

If you’re an adventure lover, you would love to know that Manali is also a gateway to various trekking destinations in Himachal Pradesh. You may go for some short treks during winter in Manali like the Beas Kund Trek and the Bhrigu lake Trek. Chandra Tal Trek and Malana Valley trek are some of the other famous treks around the region of Manali.

Offbeat destinations around Manali – Get a far-reaching experience

There are large numbers of destinations around Manali which are opted by the offbeat travellers who prefer averting the crowds of Manali. What are they? Read on.

  1. Raison, HP: Raison is located more than 5500 feet above sea level and is a few kilometres short of Manali on the same route of Kullu Manali. This place offers travellers a riverside experience and is home to some awesome offbeat stays, cottages which offer self-catering meal services and soft adventure options.
  2. Tirthan Valley, HP: Tirthan Valley is situated 3500 feet above sea level and is 90 km away from Manali. Tirthan River is a tributary of River Beas and the place is a quite, serene and calm riverside area, well known for its Trout fishing and its closeness with the GNHP (Great Himalayan National Park). Bird watching, river crossing and overnight treks are some activities you may try here.
  3. Manikaran, HP: Manikaran lies around 45 kms from Manali and is popular for its Hot Springs and the famous Gurdwara, Manikaran Sahib Gurdwara. The areas around Manikaran are acclaimed for trekking, walking and offbeat stays.

Unconventional attractions in Manali – Recommendations from travel experts

And if you wish to feel the essence of Manali, no matter how much crowded it gets, here are some unconventional attractions which you shouldn’t miss.

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  1. Tibetan monasteries: Tibetan Monastery is one of the ancient places in Manali. Such monasteries have been set up in Manali due to the large number of Tibetan people settled here. The handicrafts of Tibetan artistry are the main attraction for tourists and travellers.
  2. Vashist Hot Water springs: Vashist is a small village replete with natural sulphur springs. You will also find modern bathhouses which are decorated with Turkish-style showers and they have hot water piped within them for the convenience of visitors. Tourists usually love to experience the hot springs due to its medicinal properties.
  3. Solang Valley: This valley is popularly known as Snow Point and is located 13 km northwest of Manali. It is a quaint and photographic spot which offers breathtaking views of snow capped mountains and glaciers. Snorkeling, paragliding are some other attractions offered by Solang Valley.
  4. Himvalley Manali: This is a new valley in the picturesque city of Manali, HP. Himvalley is located at Bahang, 3kms away from the bus stand and it is home to India’s first Amusement and Culture Park created at 7000 feet above sea level. You get an artistic feeling once you walk past the ancient paintings and sculptures.

So, if you’re intrigued by the attractive details of Manali, you should be aware that rainy season is never suitable for journeying to mountains as there are occasional landslides which may ruin your trip. Winter is undoubtedly the best season but you can also travel during summer to seek respite from the scorching heat.

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