Sightseeing & Excursions

“Wander. See. Feel. Smile. Laugh. Talk. Touch hearts. Then come back to yourself, proud to belong to a breed called mankind.”

Manali is situated at the end of the Kullu Valley, The landscape here is breath taking. It has spectacular views of snowcapped peaks and wooded slopes. The Beas River rushes along its rocky course amid grassy meadows carpeted with wild flowers and wagtails hop along from stone to stone along the stream’s edge. There are marvelous walks too, through dappled orchards and fairy-tale forests of deodar.

Local Sightseeing

Duration: 03.30 hrs.

Hadimba Devi Temple (02 km):  Located amidst a peaceful glade, the temple is dedicated to goddess Hadimba Devi, who according to the local myth, was mountain belle rescued from her demon brother by Bhima who married her later. She is worshipped by people as a protector from evil omens and natural calamities and is popularly known as ‘Mother Godess’ among local people. The outstanding feature of this temple is a four tiered pagoda shaped roof and a beautifully carved door.

Vashisth Baths (1.5km) : The therapeutic natural sulphur  spring form a major tourist attraction. Temples of Vashisth Rishi, Lord Rama and Lord Shiva add another dimension to the sight.

Tibetan Monastery (02 km) : A place having a rare display of Tibetan handicraft & hand woven colorful carpets with exotic designs.

Manu Maharishi Temple (04 km) : Manu temple is located in Old Manali village. It is believed that Manu after the great deluge, first stepped on earth from the celestial boat and this particular spot where he established his abode is the present Manali, which is derived from ‘Manu Allaya’, meaning the home of Manu. It was from here that the human race came into being after deluge. The Manu temple is the only temple on the earth dedicated to Manu.

Club House (03 km) : It is situated on the banks of river Beas where you can feel it’s cold flowing crystal water. The club house is run & maintained by Himachal Pradesh Tourism. One can enjoy outdoor and indoor games here.

Rohtang Pass (52 km) : Duration : 09 hrs

Rohtang Pass is the main attraction in Manali. It is about 2 hours drive from our resort. At the top of the pass air seems to glitter against snow as you look down over herringbone ridges into the other valley. The height of this snow covered peak is 13,400ft. from the sea level. This pass is open only from June to September every year and  rest of the period its closed due to heavy snow.

Solang Valley (16 km) : Duration :  04 hrs

The valley offers splendid view of glaciers and snow clad mountain peaks with excellent skiing slops. In summer one can enjoy para-gliding.

Naggar (21km) : Duration : 5 hr

Nestling on a slope with forests all around, about 100 meters above the left bank of river Beas, it commands a splendid and extensive view of the valley. It was the capital of Kullu state for about 1400 years. Here one can see Naggar Castle, now converted into hotel run by Himachal Pradesh Tourism built on a steep eminence overlooking the valley. You can also have a glimpse of Roerich Art Gallery – A white washed well maintained house of Late Nicholas Roerich, husband of renowned film actress of yesteryears Late Devika Rani, is famous for paintings.

Manikaran (85 km): Duration : 09 hrs

It is famous for hot springs, Shri Rama Chandra ji Temple and Gurudwara. The water gushing out with tremendous force is so hot, even rice or vegetables can be cooked. It is rich in sulphur and good for rheumatism, gout, bronchitis and muscular pain.