About Manali

Manali's spell binding panorama of snowy mountain ranges glistening with rising son,Kaliedoscopic colours in Spring, Apple orchards surrounded by snow capped mountain, lush green woods overwhelmed with cool balmy breeze give an ethereal exprience.

In the evening, when sun sets behind the mountain, the dancing stars emerge which makes your heartbeat with rythm of haunting melodies and makes you feel heavenly.Manali is circled by beautiful glades of deodars and flowering horse chestnuts.It is an ideal place for walks, climbs, treks and picnics, it is also an important trade centre.

The 'Dhoongri' temple at Manali, dedicated to the goddess 'Hadimba', is believed to be over a thousand years old. Two miles(three Km.) from Manali are the sulfer springs of 'Bashishta' and a little higher up is a small Bhrigu' lake, named after a sage. The Kullu valley ends as the road winds up through rocky ranges to 'Rohtang Pass',The gateway to the enchanting Lahaul and Spiti Valleys.

Ideally located on the Manali Naggar Road surrounded by snow capped peaks of high mountains amidst the apple orchards.

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