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Culture In Manali

Tourism in Manali

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Best time to visit

Oct - Jun

Ideal Duration

2-4 Days

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Rs. 4,838

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01902 222226
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Cultural Destinations In Manali

If you are looking for a taste of culture in Manali then you are in for a treat. The lifestyle and culture of the people in Manali is similar to those in the rest of the state of Himachal, but it does have a distinct personality of itself. An amalgamation of the old and the new, culture in Manali offers you a clear insight into the lives of the people who live here. The rich ancestry of the hill station is a major factor in influencing the way of life here. The fairs, festivals, attire, cuisine and customs of the locals is sure to entrance you. Their means of livelihood and occupations are based on years of survival in the harshest of climates, cut away from the rest of the world during the harshest of winter months. When in Manali, try to take some time off to visit the local museums and heritage monuments, no matter how small, to get a real understanding of the culture, rituals, customs and traditions of this beautiful hill station.


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Hadimba Temple In Manali

Hadimba Temple Road, Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131.

An ancient cave temple surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas, Hadimba temple is located in the hill station Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi, Pandava Bheem's wife, as depicted in the Mahabharata. Today, Hadimba Devi temple is a popular place of worship where thousands o...

  • Forest Trek
  • Nature
  • Hadimba Temple
  • Religious Tour
  • Historical Sightseeing
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  • Hill Station
  • Stunning views

Old Manali

Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131

Old Manali is a revelation of sorts, especially if you are coming in from Manali Town, which is a hotch-potch of high rises, cluttered alleyways, dingy restaurants and so on. The distance between Old Manali and Manali is about 3 km. As you travel upwards, towards it, you seem to have crossed into another place, a more peace...

  • Old Town
  • Restaurants
  • Food
  • Historical Sightseeing
  • Mountains
  • Stunning views
  • Shopping
  • Nature
  • Hill Station
  • Ideal for couples
  • Romantic
  • Honeymoon
  • Family Tour

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    Snowfall in Manali in December, especially around Christmas and New Year's Eve, is common. It is rare to see snowfall in Manali in November or October. 

    Manali has quite a few markets that have very specific items that you can buy. At Manu Market near Mall Road, woollens are available for sale and are quite nice and quaint. There is also the Old Market that has a lot of souvenir items for sale. The Tibetan Market is a place for Tibetan handicrafts and jewellery. You could also pick up a jar of apple pickle, as it is local and delicious.

    The local language spoken in Manali is a dialect of the Pahari language called Mandiali. However, Hindi works everywhere in Manali as well and most of the locals do understand and speak English as well. 

    The best time to visit Manali is between October-February, during the winter season, when the whole town is covered in snowfall. This is also the ideal time for honeymooners. Summer is also ideal for trekkers as some of the higher trek points become inaccessible in winter. 

    There are quite a few options to go trekking in Manali. The most mainstream yet one of the best treks is the trek to Hampta Pass. This trek is ideal to see thick pine woods and serene valleys.Tourists of all ages can go on the trek to the origin of the river Beas, also known as Beas Kund

    If you want to travel by air, the nearest airport is the Kullu-Manali airport at Bhuntar. You can get a taxi from there to take you to Manali. However, due to the climate, it's not the most reliable route to Manali. There are several buses from New Delhi and Chandigarh. There is also an option to drive there which goes through a very scenic route.  

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