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    cover - Jony's honeymoon trip to Manali

    Honeymoon is believed to be among the most important things, a newly married couple experiences as one needs to relax after a hectic ceremonial heyday with their significant other!
    With a similar preconception, Jony Saini went for a stupendous holiday to experience Manali in Winter with his wife. Their vivid Manali experience included numerous small excursions such as a visit to Kullu valley, Pandoh Dam, Nature Park, Solang Valley, Hadimba Temple, Van Vihar, Tibetan Monastery and a lot more! Check out how Jony’s romantic escapade to Manali with his wife, made them garner lifetime memories.

    I was looking for a perfect destination for our honeymoon and as it was winter, my wife and I planned to experience Manali in winter. While checking various online packages, we came across the TravelTriangle website where we could get out itinerary customized. We wanted to have a short stay in Shimla before visiting Manali. I mentioned my requirements to our travel consultant and soon we were provided an itinerary that matched our expectations. We booked our honeymoon vacation with TravelTriangle and eagerly waited for the D-day.

    Details Of Our Manali In Winter Trip

    Trip Type: Honeymoon Trip
    Trip Cost: INR 17,950
    Trip Duration: 5D/4N
    Inclusions: Hotel, breakfast, dinner, welcome drinks on arrival, Volvo bus tickets, transfers, honeymoon inclusions, miscellaneous tax, local sightseeing tour.
    Exclusions: Camp stay, flight tickets, Rohtang permit, lunch, heater charges.

    The Itinerary Of Our Manali In Winter Trip

    Day 1: Leave for Shimla via Volvo Bus
    Day 2: Shopping, sightseeing along with a luxuriating stay in Shimla
    Day 3: En route Manali
    Day 4: Exciting excursion to Solang Valley
    Day 5: Amazing sightseeing tour
    Day 6: Departure

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    5 Best Experiences Of Manali In Winter

    Our Manali honeymoon was truly an enthralling experience that purveyed us numerous opportunities to witness the mesmerizing beauty of Shimla Manali in winter. However, we had numerous experiences worth sharing but following are the best 5 experiences one must not miss out while holidaying in Manali in winter:

    1. Luxuriating Accommodation In Shimla & Manali

    went to Shimla for vacation
    witness the panoramic vistas of Himachal

    Our both accommodations, the one in Shimla and the other in Manali was quite heart-warming. The location of both the accommodations made us witness the panoramic vistas of Himachal. We beheld the enticing views from our balcony of sunset and sunrise amidst the snow-clad mountains. Our stay was reveling and the special honeymoon arrangements made by the staff was gratifying. It was the best experience one could expect on a honeymoon in Manali and Shimla.

    Must Read: Winter In Manali: Know What Makes It A Great Time To Explore This Paradise


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    2. Exhilarating Sightseeing Tour In Shimla

    visited to the temple
    went to most visited places of manali

    Our Shimla sightseeing tour took us to some amazing spots including Wood Market, Christ Church, Kali Bari temple, Scandal Point, and Tibetan Market. The wood market was quite pocket-friendly and we grabbed a few carved wooden items made up of Cedarwood. Christ Church was an enormous church and provided a few glimpses of the British colonization era in India. At night the church looked like a magnificent castle that stunned us with its beauty.

    We also visited the popular Kali Bari temple which purveyed a heavenly vibe. The location of the temple is quite unique which created a majestic ambiance around us. Scandal Point, that’s the intersection of The Mall and The Ridge made us encounter an eternal love story of the Maharaja and the daughter of the viceroy. We also cherished walking down the famous Mall Road of Shimla and spending leisure time there!

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    3. Adventurous Hours In Solang Valley

    in solang valley
    snowmbiking
     Solang valley in Manali enthralled us
    had fun in solang valley
    dressed up in traditional attire
    playing with snow

    Our visit to Solang valley in Manali enthralled us. Solang valley is covered with snow in winters making it a popular spot for skiing. If you want to witness snowfall in Manali in winter, you should go to Solang valley. It was the most beautiful excursion of our entire trip where we witnessed electrifying activities such as snowmobiling, skiing, and gondola ride. We spent quite a lot of time there indulging in these adventurous activities along with munching the relishing local delicacies. Solang Valley is an experience, one must surely acquire while holidaying in Manali in winter.

    Must Read: Go River Rafting In Manali This Winter For A Serene Yet Exciting Experience

    4. Impressive Attractions Of Manali

    loved the serene environment
    enter to solang valley
    overview of the city covered with snow

    Manali weather in February was fabulous that intensified the beauty of this alluring hill station. On our second day in Manali, we visited popular attractions there including Hadimba Temple, Club House, Van Vihar, and Vashist. The beautiful Hadimba Temple was located amid the snow-covered mountains and features unique architecture. The shrine of the goddess was carved on a rock and we loved the serene environment there.

    Another interesting spot here was the Manali Club House which is an amusement retreat. This spot gave an exciting twirl to our vacation as we tried various indoor activities here such as billiards and skating. There was a nice restaurant cum bar in the Club House where is enjoyed the delicious food. The natural springs and sandstone temples of Vashisht were amazing. We were told that these springs have medicinal properties and heal skin diseases. This expedition to the Vashisht was truly illuminating.

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    5. Scrumptious Delicacies Of Himachal

    amazing view of the valley
    enjoyed in the valley
    enjoyed the in winter weather in manali

    The experience of Manali in winter will be incomplete without mentioning the mouth-watering Himachali cuisine. We enjoyed having local cuisine esp. Chana Madra, Dhaam, Tudkiya Bhath, and Bhey along with our delicious breakfast at the hotel. We tried different restaurants here and were surprised by the amazing taste. However, a few local motels had very rude staff but their attitude can be ignored for the delicious food we enjoyed there. The question, “What to do in Manali in winter?” did not even come to our mind having all these experiences in our hands.

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    Tips For Future Travelers

    Following are a few tips that helped us while exploring Manali in winter and will surely help future wanderers too:
    Pre-plan your visit: Book your trip in advance as it makes you enjoy the vacation to the fullest
    Carry warm clothes: Winters in Manali is far colder than we expect, so it’s better to pack enough warm clothes
    Permissions: Take prior permissions if you want to visit Rohtang pass
    Medication: Don’t forget to pack your personal medications as it’s quite cold there
    Must Carry Items: Do carry your sunscreen lotion, moisturizer, and dark polarized sunglasses

    Suggested Read: Honeymoon In Shimla 2019: Guide To A Romantic Escape For Newlywed Couples

    What To Pack For Manali Trip

    • Keep moisturizers with you to avoid dryness.
    • Carry good woollen clothes, socks and gloves with you.
    • Wear shoes with good soles.
    • Keep medicines with you in case of mountain sickness or any small injury.
    • Don’t forget to carry your camera with you.

    Getting Around In Manali

    Getting around in Manali is easy. If you are not traveling by your own vehicle, you can hire a taxi for sightseeing. The price starts from INR 1800 for one day. If you are looking for another more adventurous way of getting around, then try a motorbike. You can choose amongst a bike and a bullet. Taking a public transport is not hassle-free.

    Further Read: Dilip’s Honeymoon Trip To Manali And Shimla Was A Snowcation To The Wintry Paradise

    Our honeymoon vacation to Manali in winter was astounding and gave us numerous memories of a lifetime. We are glad that we booked our package via TravelTriangle who ensured a safe and comfortable journey. Our preference was nicely taken care and we look forward to going on more such excursions. Book your trip to Manali and share your amazing travel experience with us!

    Get Answer To All Your Queries

     

    Here are answers to a few queries that every wanderer planning a Manali travel in winter would have:

    Q. Is it advisable to visit Manali in January?

    A. Manali experiences winter from October to February and all these months will give you an amazing experience. It is the best time to witness the actual beauty of Manali.

    Q. What should one wear in Manali in winter?

    A. Carry a thermal inner along with a warm sweater and a bomber jacket having a hood. Don’t forget to pack woolen socks, gloves, and muffler.

    Q. What should one pack for Manali?

    A. One must surely pack a pair of good rubber-soled shoes, sunscreen and moisturizing lotion, and woolen clothes.

    Q. What are the best places to visit in Manali in winter?

    A. Manali winters can be best experienced at the Manali Mall Road, Solang Valley, Old Manali, Siyali Mahadev temple, Gulaba village, Hampta Pass, Beas Kund, Dechen Choekhor Mahavihara, and Chandrakhani Pass.

    Q. What are the best food options in Manali?

    A. There are numerous food points that cater amazing food in Manali such as Mount View restaurant, Rooftop Restaurant, Dylan’s Toasted & Roasted Coffee House, The Lazy Dog and Chopsticks restaurant where you can try authentic Himachali cuisine, Chinese cuisine, street food, and typical North-Indian food.


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