Manali Tour Package (3 Nights / 4 Days)

Manali Tour Package (3 Nights / 4 Days)

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Rs.19,999
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Overview

DAY 1: New Delhi
Journey to Manali by A/C Volvo From Delhi
DAY 2: Manali
Morning arrival to Manali  check-in in Hotel.
Manali Local Sight Seeing Tour
Afternoon Local Sight Seeing Tour Manali
Entry ticket in Club House (at you own Cost),10 Rs Per Person
Visit: Hadimba Devi Temple, Club House, Tibetan Monetary, Manu Maharishi Temple, Old Manali Village, Van Vihar, Mall Road, Hot Water Spring Vashisht.
DAY 3: Manali - Rohtang Pass – Solang Valley– Manali (Full Day Tour) 115 Kms (To & Fro) (By Taxi)
After breakfast at 9:00: am Tour to Rohtang Pass (upto the vehicle Assible)
Visit: Nehru Kund, Solang valley, Kothi, Gulaba, Rahalla Falls, Marhi, Rani Nala, Rohtang Pass.
Snow Dress will be Provided by the Company on discounted Price
You Can also do some adventure activities like Skiing,  Snow Scooter, Paragliding, Horse Riding, Hot Mountain Biking , Zorbing Etc.(At your own Cost (On Special Discounted Price )
MANIKARAN,  After Breakfast
Full day tour to Manikaran, Evening Return to Hotel, Dinner, Overnight Stay in Hotel
DAY 4: After breakfast , day free for shopping and visit Manali market

Welcome To Manali
Inclusion :
1) InclusionWelcome drinks on arrival non-alcoholic in hotels.
2) Welcome Fruit Basket.
3) Honeymoon Special cake once during the stay.
4) Two Glasses of Almond and Saffron Milk, once during the stay.
5) 3 Night accommodation in Hotel
6) 3 Breakfasts and 3 Dinners in Hotel.
7) 4 Days Manali Sight Seeing on sharing basis
8) Delhi-Manali-Delhi by A/C VOLVO
Manali Touir Package From Delhi Rs.15,999/Per Couple

Hadimba Temple Manali: This temple, with a finely wrought four - tiered pagoda roof, dating back to 1553, is built around a natural cave, which enshrines the footprints of the goddess Hadimba. Hadimba was the wife of Bhima, one of the five great Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata, and later became the patron goddess of the Kullu royal family. Hadimba or Dhungiri temple in Manali is one of the most important temples in the region. This four story wooden temple is located in the middle of a forest called the Dhungiri Van Vihar. From the name of the forest parkland this temple derives its name. This temple was erected in 1553 and is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba. The temple has some intricate wooden carvings which depicts mythological characters and motifs of animals & cosmic dancers. Every year in May a major festival is organized here. This place is a popular picnic spot among the tourists.
Rahalla Falls
 
Beyond which is the Rohtang Pass, 51 kms from Manali. Located at a height of 3980 m, the Pass once served as a crucial trade route, and still remains the gateway to the districts of Lahaul and Spiti.The Pass is open from June to November each year, and provides wonderful views of the entire surroundings. Just beyond the Pass is the Sonapani Glacier and the twin peak of Gaypan. The Beas Kund, the source of the Beas river, a holy site for Hindus, as the sage Vyas is said to have meditated at this spot, is also accessible from the Rohtang Pass. Rani Nullah, below Rohtang Pass. Height 3700m. Rani Nullah is shortly before the Rohtang Pass into Lahaul, at about 55km from Manali. The take-off area itself is not great as there are sharp stones to snag your lines on, but even if there is no lift it offers great 'sled-ride' flying, especially for beginners. There is a vast landing field at the truckstop at Marhi about 400m below take-off, though be warned that at over 10,000ft a HUGE flare is needed on landing - you come in like an express train! If you have reasonable height above Marhi it is a 10km sled-ride down to other landing fields at Kothi at the foot of the pass.
The Manali Gompa
 
A new Monastery built in the 1960's it is an important gathering place for buddhists from Lalaul, Spiti, kinnaur, Ladakh, Nepal and Tibet.The Gompa is famous for its wall paintings, Chortens and a large statue of Lord Buddha.
Solang Valley

Solang Nullah is in a side valley at the top of the Kullu valley. It is the site of Manali’s ski school and, once the snow has gone, all the local paragliding 'schools'. Phatru is a steep, rocky face above Solang Nullah, facing roughly east. Take-off is about one hour’s climb above the ski school. There is no top landing, but good bottom landing near the school or in the fields above Solang village on the opposite side of the river. From 10am until 1pm or so there are many excellent thermal sources. In the afternoon the sun is often hidden by cloud forming on the higher mountains behind and it can get rough as soon as it is out of direct sun. In a picturesque setting this has good ski sloped and picnic spots. HPTDC organises ski packages during winter. Around 14 kms from Manali, is the Solang valley, that boasts of the glacier nearest to the resort. Replete with terrific picnic - spots, the amazing ski slopes here are full of hectic activity, come January - February.
Nagar, a lovely village set on a hill sourrounded by forests, was the capita of kullu in the 16th century and the monuments in the region are witness to its glorious past. The Naggar Castle, a stone and wood structure built by Raja Sidh singh over 500 years ago, has been converted in to a heritage hotel. The gracefully built castle has a temple in the courtyard and also houses a small museum.

The temple of the area, such as the grey sandstone Gauri Shankar Temple of Shiva that lies close to the Castle, the chatar Bhuj Temple, Tripura Sundri Devi Temple, the Jagti Patt Temple, with its triangular slab of stone, strewn with rose petals and rupee notes and the Murlidhar Temple, are worth a visit. The paintings and Photographs of the late Nicholas Roerich are exhibited in the Nicholas Roerich Gallery. He was an artist, Writer, Photographer, Archelogist, Explorer and mystic. Inside the Museum, one can see the beds, librery, settees, writing tables, toiletries, and samovars of the Roerich family.

The Urswati Himalyan Folk Museum near by is another place to visit. while in the area, a trip to Gardhak Chuli is recommended for the spectacular view it provides of the valley on one side and the imposing, snow clad peaks on the other.This upper Beas region is surrounded by glaciers on three sides. The Chandekhani Pass at 12200 feet leads to the legendary Malana Valley and is easily accessible from here.

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