Manali is definitely a magnificent hill station in Himachal Pradesh. It was created by nature and is about 260 kilometers from Shimla. It is a picturesque hill station with great infrastructure.
Manali is located at a peak of 1,926 meters at the northern end of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It has a magical draw for travelers due to its beautiful topography, abundant flora, and exquisite vistas. Manali travel can conjure up thoughts of fairy-tale snow-capped mountain landscapes, flower-covered meadows and glaciers, flowing rivers, temples, and Buddhist monasteries.
The snowfall atop the towering Rohtang Pass will be a memorable experience. Some of the most interesting sporting pursuits can be found in the enormous expanse of different and awe-inspiring scenery. Skiing and snowboarding are among them, as are hiking, paragliding, rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking, and white-water rafting.
We have several Manali travel packages. All of our tour packages are designed to give you the most out of your visit to the hill station.
- Summer (March to June): 22 ͦC to 30 ͦC
- Winters (November to February):-2 ͦC to 10 ͦC
- Monsoon (July to September): 15 ͦC to 20 ͦC
How to Reach
By Air: The nearest airport is around 10 km away, in Bhuntar, from Manali town. The booked cab will come there to pick you from the airport. Or Else, you can even board a cab from Delhi or Chandigarh Airport.
By Train: Around 100 km away from Manali town, the nearest railway station lies in Jogindernagar. If you wish, hired can pick from Delhi, Chandigarh, Ambala or Kalka railway stations even.
Best Time to Visit
You can visit the hill station at any time of the year.