As the name suggests, the temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi, wife of Bheema.
A mini valley located at about 8400 feet above sea level, Solang Nala is a short drive away from Manali.
The rushing cascades of Jogini Falls are a short and invigorating trek away from the main town of Manali.
The Manu Temple is dedicated to an old sage after whom it has been named.
Built by Tibetan refugees in the 1960s, this monastery allows you to enjoy quiet settings and unmatched spiritual vibes.
Take a moment and think of postcard-perfect alpine meadows and evergreen tree forests near a serene high-altitude water body.
The pass is located on the Pir Panjal Range at an elevation of over 4000 meters and the route includes fascinating river crossings.
One of the most popular attractions in Manali, Van Vihar is a public park complete with lushness and sky touching deodar trees.
The Beas River is a natural landmark in the region that will accompany you on most parts of your Manali trip.
The park is home to many rare species, including over 1000 plants, 209 bird species, and 31 mammal species.