Manali is a gorge nuzzled in the mountains of the Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley, at a height of 2,050 mts (6,726 ft.) in the Beas River Valley. It is in the Kullu district, about 270 kms north of the Shimla. Set amongst stunning hills and mystic woodlands, it is one of most appealingly intended cities in India. Neatly interweaved roads, seamless hygiene, and well-organized administration makes Manalia perfect place for holidays. Cushioned at one end of the Kullu Valley, it is a well-known hill station with charms such as the Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley adjoining. Rohtang Pass is concealed with snow all over the year and is a good experience in itself.
Visit the Hadimba Temple, just 1km away from the chaos of city life, is a peaceable place enclosed by lofty deodar trees. 17kms from the city is the Beas Kund trek, which is one among the most popular tracks that you can enjoy in an extended weekend. Halt also at Vashisht Baths where you can take a dip into hot water springs and baths leaving you revitalized and maybe even in good health. Then there are The Great Himalayan National Park, Manikaran, Malana, Naggar, Gaytri Temple, Bhunter and lot more to visit.
September to June (Avoid Monsoon season). The ideal time to visit Manali is December to February but make sure you keep all woolen cloths with you because the temperature goes down to -1 degree during this season. Things to do in Manali River Rafting in Kullu, Paragliding in Solang Valley, Playing in the snow at Rohtang Pass, Hot water spring at Manikaran Sahib Temperature in Manali Summer (March to June) - 10°C to 25°C Monsoon (July to Mid September) - Heavy rain and it's not the best time to visit Manali Winter (October to February) - Below 0 Degree Celcious How to Reach Manali Nearest Railway Station: 293 Kms Chandigarh Nearest Airport: Kullu - 50 Kms By Road: 11 Hours from Delhi (547 Km) Weather in Manali