Exploring the Old Manali
The old Manali is totally different from the main place which makes it a perfect place for people with a low budget. Chilling at the restaurants and cafes beside the river, with some homespun environment, delicious hot food served, and many more adds beauty to this place without another word. The atmosphere of the old Manali and the main one is totally different which attracts the trekkers to the Old Manali so much. The people here are also most welcoming to anyone who visits their place.
Everyone who dreams to fly will surely love to experience paragliding at least once in their lifetime. Solang valley of Himachal Pradesh provides all the trekkers to take up this adventurous and fun sky drive just like a bird. Trekkers who take up this paragliding will feel like they have caps made of clouds above their heads. Rain is not a perfect time to explore the same. But this can happen during the months from January to May and from October to December. A sunny day can be a perfect match. Families and couples will surely enjoy these things.
Visiting the Hidimba Devi Temple
The mother of Ghatothkach is the goddess of this shrine. She is the wife of Bhima, taking place in the mythology of Mahabharata. This shrine has a magical place between the snowy mountain ranges, its architectural style is also different making it unique to visit the same. If one is seeking a silent and quiet place in nature, then this shrine is the most welcoming place for them.
Ride on Yak
Horse riding, bullock cart riding are a few of the things the south Indians would have experienced, but Yak riding, yes you heard it right. This is available only in a few places like Kufri, Kullu, and Solang valley in the North where it has cold climatic conditions. These farm yaks are short in height and are perfect for people to ride on, but if provoked, these animals can also put your life into a dangerous state. These animals are the sources of entertainment for most of the Tibetan religious festivals.
Road trip from Manali to Ladakh
A trip that is listed on top of the bucket list of every youth in our country. It is also one of the popular bike ride trips which is a dream for all. This trek begins from Manali and goes till Leh Ladakh which covers a distance of 473 km in a span of 3 days. It is an unforgettable experience to ride through those narrow paths between the 2 places. Taking all the permits to cross Manali and fully equipped are some of the advice given by the experts. May to November is when these roads are open to trekkers.
One among the adventurous sports, river rafting is also available at Manali tour packages. It’s a thrilling sport taking you along the rushing water flow and beautiful views on the way down. The Beas being the most remarkable river that takes the trekkers in the most graceful manner of water flow through the rocky paths. Rishikesh is another rafting site where trekkers can experience this sport in the rushing water flow. There are even camps for the same for resting themselves and also to meet new trekkers.
Heading to Rohtang Pass
This place is said to be the snow point at Manali. Paragliding, quad, skiing, cable car are some of the sports that are offered to the trekkers at this destination. This place is said to be an ideal place for enthusiasts and thrilled trekkers. Camping is available at this spot. The demanding and leisure vehicle found here is the snow scooter. May to November is the best season to explore this place.
Visit Manali Wildlife Sanctuary
For people who enjoy the presence of both animals as well as the beautiful nature, this is the perfect spot to choose. Not spending at least some quality time at this Sanctuary will make this totally incomplete. The unique flora and fauna this place holds make it one of the popular sites to visit. Ranging from a variety of mammals, reptiles, birds, and animals are some of the attractions of this place. The Asian palm civet and the barking deer are some of the most unusual things one must witness if visited this spot.
Sulphur Water Bath at Manikaran
On the high hills of Himachal is where Manikaran is located. This place is said to be a sacred place for Sikhs and Hindus, as they believe that rock was lifted by Guru Nanak and the hot springs hence came up. This place is popular for its sulphur in hot water too. Everyone who wishes can take a dip into this hot water, which is totally free of cost. This usually happens during the winters as it has natural hot water. There are also some different religious stories that are behind the hot springs.