Manali:- Mesmerized The Beauty Of Himalayas




Manali is one of the most beautiful and alluring places in Himachal Pradesh. The vibrant and colorful Manali, Himachal Pradesh, is a famous tourist destination in India. The things that make Manali mesmerizing and breathtaking are just many. All the adventurous and recreational activities that one can experience while being here make Manali much more alluring. Offbeat season is better to explore the local life and natural beauty of Manali Couple Tour Package from Mumbai.


Places To Visit In Manali:-



Jogini waterfall:-

Another excellent place to visit in Manali, and one of its most famous attractions, is the Jogini Waterfall. It is located about two kilometres outside Manali town, and you can even reach it on foot from the Vashisht Temple. Trust us when we say that it is one of the most splendid waterfalls you may have seen anywhere in the world – the waters are snow white and gush down in a noisy froth about 160 feet above you. You can take an easy trail to the top of the Jogini Falls, looking at small streams and narrow alleys on your way. Tourists can seek the blessings of goddess with Manali Tour Package from Mumbai.


Vashisht Hot Water Springs & Temple:-

If you travel just 3km away from Manali, you will be able to see the amazing Vashisht hot springs in Himachal Tour Packages from Mumbai. The place is all about nature and beauty. Many believe that the water from this hot water spring is a cure for skin infections as well. You will also find some Turkish-styled showers that can be used by both men and women. The place is open for a visit all day so you can go anytime to have a breathtaking experience.




Van Vihar:-  

The natural beauty of Manali will prod you to explore it further, but if you want a chance to mingle with other tourists and residents, then you must head to Van Vihar, a locally managed park located in the heart of Mall Road in Mumbai To Manali Tour Package. The park has a jogging and walking track, landscaped green areas for walking barefoot or sitting on, and a small artificial pond with boating opportunities.