Manali – Places of interest


 Hadimba Temple

Hadimba Devi Temple is situated in Manali.Hadimba temple is at 1 km from Manali. Hadimba Temple was established in 1553. It is a four storey wooden temple. This temple is dedicated to the wife of Bhim, one of the five Pandava brothers in the Indian epic Mahabharata. Read more about Hadimba Temple

hadimba-templeManu Temple


Manu Temple is situated 2 km from Manali. Manu temple is dedicated to the Indian saint Manu. Who is said to be the creator of the word. Manu is also writer of Manusmriti. The temple is situated in a congested place. The visiter come here form the around the word. Read more about Manu Temple



Jagatsukh is situated at a distance of 6 km from Manali. It is former capital of Kullu. Here are old Shiva Temple. The shape of this temple in the shikhara style. It is famous highlight of the village. A small shrine of Gauri Shankar and the chalet-roofed temple dedicated to Goddess Sandhya Devi. There are many old temples that spot the village. The Jagatsuk Shiva Temple is an ancient temple built during the 8th century. Read more about Jagatsukh

Rahala Falls


Rehala Falls is located 16 kms from Manali on the way to Rohtang Pass. The waterfall is a tourist attraction on the Leh-Manali Highway.The snow capped peaks of Himalayan can be seen in the background. Rahala Falls, a popular picnic spot also. The place serves trekking and climbing. Read more about Rahala Falls

Solang Valley


Solang Valley derives its name from a village called Solang and Nullah means water streams from mountains. Solang Valley is situated 16 kms from Manali. Solang Valley is famous for its summer and winter sport conditions. The sports organised here is parachuting,paragliding,skating and zorbing. Read more about Solang Valley

Manali Wildlife Sanctuary


Manali Wildlife Sanctuary is situated 2 km from Manali. It is catchment of Manalsu khad. Manali Wildlife Sanctuary spread over 31.8 square kilometres. The animals seen here Musk deer,Leopard, Snow leopard,Monal,Brown bear. Read more about Manali Wildlife Sanctuary

Arjun Cave


Arjun Gufa is situated 5 kilometers from Manali. Arun Gufa is beautiful and important tourist attraction. Arjun Gufa is located towards Naggar and is based on left bank of Beas river. The nearest village to Arun Gufa ia Prini. This village known for its rural beauty.Pandav Arjun mediated here to get the possession of the powerful ‘Pashupati Astra’ from Indra. At approximately 2 kms a visible lake called Kunt Bhayo lake and a Kunti Mata Temple is located. Read more about Arjun Cave

Rohtang Pass


Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass on the Pir Panjal Range. Rohtang Pass is situated 51 km from Manali on highway to Keylong/Leh. It offers a panorama and beautiful mountain view. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is open from June to October. Read more about Rohtang Pass



Vashisht is small and beautiful village situated on the bank of river Beas. Vashisht is situated 3 km from Manali. There  is famous  hot sulpher spring. There is a temple which is dedicated to to Vashishta Muni. The shape of the temple is pyramidal. Vashisht is also famous for its temple. The houses in the village are traditional style. Read more about Vashisht



Naggar is situated on the bank of river Beas. The altitude of Naggar is 1851m. Naggar is peaceful village. Naggar was the capital of the Kullu Rajas for about 1400 years. Naggar is also known for its castle and the Nicholas Roerich’s Museum. Read more about Naggar.