5 reasons to visit Manali 

Manali is a beautiful tourist destination bounded with culture, history, colours, adventure, and nature. It is surrounded by a variety of natural wonders. Manali’s woods,  lakes, waterfalls, rivers, natural features, passes, and valleys make it one of the most wonderful tourist destinations throughout the year. Both adventurers and regular tourists find Manali to be a relaxing place where they can spend some time away from the rush and bustle of city life. High waterfalls in and around Manali add to the beauty and elegance of the area, and visitors can take in the beautiful views from these locations. Manali Tourism has so much to offer. Here are some of the best places to visit in Manali.

Tibetan Monasteries

Manali is home to a number of vibrant monasteries that reflect the Tibetan people’s rich culture and history. The Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and the Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa are the two very popular monasteries in Manali that attract Manali Tourism. These monasteries are surrounded by a number of small businesses that sell handicrafts and carpets that are manufactured by Tibetans who live nearby. To maintain historic Tibetan art, the Tibetan Monasteries also manage a Thanks School of Arts and a Carpet-weaving Center. The murals on the inside of these structures reflect episodes and phases from Lord Buddha’s life, and the Kalchakra, or wheel of life, mounted on the monastery’s wall depicts the human life cycle. Buddhists believe that spinning these wheels will bring one salvation. These monasteries are a must- visit place in your Manali Tourism.

Nehru Kund

The Nehru Kund is a cold water natural spring. The lake’s water is claimed to have healed tourists because it is considered heavenly. The name of this Kund comes from Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who is claimed to have drunk water from a natural spring when visiting Manali. You can look Thrillophilia reviews for the place if you want to explore it more.

The waters of this natural spring are said to have come from the famed Bhrigu Lake on the Manali-Leh Highway. Nehru Kund is also recognised for the cold, clear water that runs through it, as well as the  beautiful mountains and hills all surrounding it. Manali’s Nehru Kund is a famous tourist spot for photography. The site provides the perfect amount of natural light and nature’s beauty.

Jogini Falls

Jogini Falls is a waterfall in the Kullu Valley with a stream that flows down to join the Beas River. It is a Shakti Peeth because it is devoted to the local deity Jogini and so a centre of female power. While enjoying the towering snow mountains all around, one can take a refreshing dip beneath these gushing falls. A small shrine is located below the falls, and a Main Shrine is located below that (small temple). Villagers pay their respects to Jogini Devi and seek her intercession. Villagers sleep there on occasion since it is such a serene, almost somniferous sacred site. The preparation of food and the performing of rituals are hallmarks of special events. This is definitely a must- visit place in your Manali Tourism.

Rahala Waterfalls

Rahala Falls is situated in Rohtang Pass at a height of 8,500 feet, is roughly 16 kilometres from Manali. Because the Rahala waterfall is the consequence of a melting glacier, the water is exceptionally chilly. The waterfall is surrounded by a lush deodar forest with silver birch trees with fresh, delicious air. The location is quite captivating, and it will provide one with a sense of calmness. Sage Vyasa is said to have chosen this location for meditation. Because of its historical and cultural value, Rahala Falls is one of Manali’s best tourist attractions that everyone should see and is also one of the top attractions in Manali because of the good weather and beautiful surroundings. Your Manali Tourism would be incomplete without visiting this place.  

Old Manali

Old Manali consists of congested passageways and shabby restaurants. As you ascend towards it, you appear to have entered another world that is  a more organic town with a glitch of modernity that stains on Manali. Because there are fewer people in Old Manali, you may take your time and enjoy the trip. Depending on the season you visit, there are gorgeous orchards with fruit trees that you can walk through on your way to Old Manali. The Manali town eateries, restaurants and cafes in Old Manali serve delicious local dishes. The coffee shops host musical nights with live bands and solo performances by diverse performers. It’s a fantastic destination to come and experience in your Manali Tourism.

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