Manali Tour Packages

Manali Tour Packages - 04 Nights / 05 Days
Places Covered - Manali (75)
Starting Price 8500*

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Himachal Pradesh Tours

  • Delhi - Manali

    In the evening board the Manali bound A/c Volvo Coach. (580 Kms. / 12-13 Hrs.). Overnight on board.

  • Manali

    On arrival in Manali check into the hotel. The day is free to relax. Post lunch visit to Hadimba Devi Temple, Club House, Vashist Bath and Tibetan Monastery. Dinner & Overnight in the hotel.

    Hadimba Devi Temple - Locally known as Dhungiri Temple, also known variously as the Hadimba Temple, is located in Manali, a hill station in the State of Himachal Pradesh in north India. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhīma, a figure in the Indian epic Mahabharata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest called Dhungiri Van Vihar at the foot of the Himalayas. The sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of the ground which was worshiped as an image of the deity. The structure was built in 1553.

    Vashist Bath - While most temples will leave you spiritually rejuvenated, there are a few where you can take a dip into hot water springs and baths, which leave you refreshed and maybe even healthier. Situated 6 km away from Manali, these are natural hot springs accompanied by beautiful sandstone temples. The government has made arrangements for separate bathing areas for men and women. The water in these natural springs contains medicinal properties that are believed to cure skin diseases. This area is surrounded by hundreds of small shops from where you can buy souvenirs and religious merchandise.

  • Manali

    After breakfast visit to Solang Valley (15 Kms.), famous for its picturesque location and adventurous activities, enjoy lots of activities there i.e. River Crossing/ Rock Climbing/ Rappelling / Paragliding/ Mountain Bike/ Zorbing/ Hot Air Ballooning / Pony Riding/ Cable Car etc. (at your own cost). In the evening you can enjoy leisurely walks in pine forest along River Beas and enjoy picnic on riverside (at your own). Dinner & Overnight in the hotel.

    Solang Valley - (Valley) derives its name from a combination of words Solang (Nearby village) and Nullah (water stream). It is a side valley at the top of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India 14 km northwest of the resort town Manali on the way to Rohtang Pass, and is known for its summer and winter sport conditions. The sport’s most commonly offered are parachuting, paragliding, skating and zorbing.

  • Manali – Rohtang Pass

    Early morning depart for full day excursion to Rohtang Pass (51 Km, 3 Hrs one side) (if weather permits). Rohtang Pass, at an altitude of more than 13000 feet, is the gateway to Lahaul, Spiti and Ladakh. Enjoy lots of adventurous activities there i.e. Skiing/ Snow Bike/ Pony Riding etc. (at your own cost). Enroute visit to Nehru Kund, Gulaba, Rahalla falls and Rani Nallah. Dinner & Overnight in the hotel.

    Rohtang Pass - Is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km (32 mi) from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India. The pass is open from May to November. It is not particularly high or difficult to cross on foot by Himalayan standards, but it has a well-deserved reputation for being dangerous because of unpredictable snowstorms and blizzards.

    Rehala Falls (also Rahala, Rahalla or Rahla) is a Cascade and Punchbowl type of a waterfall located 16 km from Manali on the way to Rohtang Pass. TheRehala waterfall is a tourist attraction on the Leh–Manali Highway in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. The best time to visit the waterfall is between the months of March and November.

  • Manali - Delhi

    After breakfast day is free to stroll on the mall or for shopping. Afternoon board the New Delhi bound A/c Volvo Coach. (580 Kms. / 12-13 Hrs.). Overnight on board.


Price

Hotel Category Package Cost Per Adult
Budget Rs. 8500
Standard Rs. 10750
Deluxe Rs. 12750
Luxury  Rs. 14250
Premium Rs. 18750
Above cost based on minimum two adults traveling together, sharing one double room.

Accommodation

On Request


Inclusions

What's Included

  • To & fro transfers from Delhi by Volvo Coach.
  • Accommodation for 03 nights in Manali.
  • Buffet breakfast.
  • Local sightseeing in Manali.
  • Toll tax, permits, parking and driver daily allowance.

What's Excluded

  • Air Fare / Train fare throughout the tour.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips, porter-age etc.
  • Visit to Rohtang pass and Manikaran.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance Fees, video camera permits during sightseeing.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client directly).
  • Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Any other feature which is not mentioned in the "Cost includes"column.
  • Service tax @ 4.5% on total billing.

Manali Tour Packages

Manali according to legend was born when the waters of the Great Deluge receded and the seventh Manu's ark came to rest on a bill side in this valley. As the earth dried up there appeared a place of breathtaking beauty which was named after the great sage. Over the last decade, Manali has grown from an outback Himachal town to a busy tourist destination bustling with as many as 400 hotels. Surrounded by towering peaks at arm’s length, manila’s major asset is its proximity to be snowline, never more than a few hours’ drives from the town, nestling at a comfortable 2,050 meters. It is the center of a flourishing orchard industry, a popular honeymoon destination and the base for numerous treks.

Reaching Manali By Road

From Delhi to Manali is 550 Kms and normally take 12 to 14 hours to cover this journey. A lot of tourists combine the holiday destinations of Shimla and Manali.

Shimla to Manali via Mandi There are three routes to access Manali from Shimla. One route, all of 267 km which is rugged at times, involves a haul over the 10,000-foot-plus Jalori Pass.

By the other route, the drive of 298 km, one has to across the steamy springs of Tattapani. The third rout, via Ghaggas and Sundernagar to Pandho, is the one detailed below. All three routes, incidentally, are more or less similar.

Starting from Shimla, one touches Jutogh, 9 km away, Shallaghat at 34 km, Darlaghat 46 km, Chamakari Pul 54 km, Bhararighat 59 km, Namhol 64 km, Bharampukar 73 km, and Ghaggas Pul at 88 km.

From Shimla through Tutu there are a profusion of pine trees all around and all flattened ridge of Jabberhatti Airports, the airstrip in sight on the left side till Shallaghat.

As the road descends the vegetation changes from pine and cedar to chir forest and close-to-tropical greenery. Clumps of jacarandas come into view, followed by the swift-following Sutlej view, and national highway 21 from Ropar and which goes all the way to Leh, at Ghaggas.

Manali Trip Packages from Delhi by Car

The road is narrow but blacktopped and level. Traffic is medium. Pay due attention to the blind turns and hairpins. En route, there is no shortage of roadside restaurants serving excellent local food. Repair facilities and unleaded petrol and diesel can be obtained at Darlaghat and Beri. There is a Himachal Pradesh Tourism hotel at Darlaghat. From Ghaggas Pul 88 km, the road to Pandoh is through Barman 102 km, slapper 105 km. Sundernagar 121 km, Ner Chowk 130 km, Mandi 146 km, and finally Pandho at 165 km. The route from Pandho to Manali is: Aut 186 km, Bajaura 200 km, Bhuntar 234 km, Patlikuhl 236 km, and Manali 260 km. There is no shortage of attractive halting place en route. As the drive continues through groves of silver oaks and multicolored umbrellas indicating restaurants. Whitewater rafts add colour to the river's blue and white touches.

Bridges cross form Aut toward Sainj Valley, 14 km, and/or Jalori pass and from Bhuntar into Parvati Valley to Manikaran, 35 km away Bhuntar airport heaves into view and the crowed bazaar at Kullu is full of tempting shawls and other woolens.

After crossing Kullu the traffic flow is thick and traffic jams outside Manali are becoming a frequent occurrence one route to avoid these is to turn right over the bridge at Patlikuhl and approach the town from the left bank.

The road from Kullu has washed away flash floods in 1996, but today it’s in a great condition, there are roadside restaurants at But, many of them offering Chinese, South Indian and Continental cuisines on both side of the road. Span Resorts, 15 Km short of Manali, are a more expensive choice in terms of the hotel accommodation. Unleaded petrol is available at Art, Bhuntar, Kullu Manali and repair shops at Kullu Patlikuhl, Manali.

Excursions / Sightseeing from Manali

Jagatsukh: 6 km. originally known as Nast, was Capital of the Kullu for 10 generations. Famous for a shiva temple in Cithara style and temples of Gayatri Devi and Devi Sharvali.

Vashisht: 3 km. A village on the banks of the Beas, known for hot springs and temple of Vashisht Rishi and Rama.

Kothi: 12 km. A picturesque spot. Rest house overlooks the narrow valley and offers view of mountains.

Rohtang Pass: 51 km. The Rohtang Pass (3,890 m) is the gateway to the Lahaul and Spiti valleys and the tribal region (the other being Shimla). With its snows, Rohtang is a major tourist attraction. A 2-hour drive from Manali Holiday. Rohtang offers sledging, skiing, tobogganing and a chance to frolic in the snow. There are several dhabas offering basic food and drink on the pass. The road upto the pass opens only when the snow has melted (from June to October). There is no accommodation at Rohtang Pass.

On the road to Rohtang Pass is Nehru kund (6 km) which is a spring and is named after the late Jawaharlal Nehru. The Rahalla falls (16 km) are at 2,500 m.

Keylong: 117 km. A small town amidst fields of barley and buckwheat, keylong is headquarters of Lahaul Spiti district, surrounded by brown hills and white heights.

Kardung Monastery: overlooks keylong and is 3.5 km across the Bhaga River while Shashur Monastery is 1 km away.

Trilokinath and Udaypur: Two important Places of pilgrimage in Patten Valley of Lahaul. At trilokinath is a six-armed white marble image of Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva. Visitors will enjoy crossing the Chandra Bhaga River.

Solang Valley: 13 km. A valley between Manali and Kothi which offers a view of glaciers and snowcapped mountains peaks. Good skiing slopes with an excellent lift. There is a Mountaineering Institute hostel here and Solang is the venue of an annual winter carnival.

Entertainment in Manali

Himachal Tourism operates a club House (across Manalsu stream) in Manali with various indoor games and dining facilities for visitors.

Adventure sports in Manali

Manali Tour Packages offers numerous opportunities for sports and adventure entertainment. Treks ranging from one-day walks to 23 days and with varying difficulty options are available to Zaskar, Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur and Parvati valley jeep safaris are possible over the high-altitude roads across spectacular passes to Leh, Spiti, Nubra. Winter and summer skiing, rock climbing, camping, angling for troute, house riding safaris, white-water rafting, and paragliding, anchored ballon rides etc are arranged by adventure/sports operators in and around the town. Skiing competition is held every year at Solang Valley in February.

Shopping in Manali

ShawIs, Local tweeds, caps, rugs (namdas), footwear, fresh fruit, natural oils (olive and almonds), woolen jackets and bamboo products.

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