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  • Decades have gone by, but Manalis charm as the perfect honeymoon spot has only increased. It is such a refreshing change from the dust of the cities! And Manali is probably the best place for people looking for their first contact with snow. True, it is forever crowded with tourists, but the Kullu-Manali Valley remain among the best places in the Himalayan region. The Beas River rushing past, high trees weighed down by bright apples and plums and the gleaming sight of perpetual snow on the Himalayas. There must be definitely more to this place than snow, 

  • HPTDC 
    Mall Road, Manali 
    Tel : 01902-252175

    HPTDC
    Chandralok Building 
    36 Janpath, New Delhi
    Tel : 011-23325320

  • Places to Visit

    Manali Local seight Seing

    1vashisht Temple

    2 Hadimba Temple

    3 Club House

    4 Tibetan Monestry

    5 Siyali Mahadev Temple

    Rohtang Pass The Gatewy of Leh Ladakh

    Nagger Castle and Jhana Watter Fall

    Manikarn the Source of Hot Water

    Solang Valley The Adventorous Hub

    Jogni Water Fall

  • Loads of eateries and cuisine-types, so you will have a range to choose from. The best bet would be to try some Tibetan food at Little Tibet. But everyone swear by the German Bakery located near the Mall. Its carrot cake, banana chocolate cake, cookies, brownies, croissants and homemade cheddar and yak cheese are simply wow! And you can even buy some to carry home. The Green Forest Café and Manu Café are located near the Manu Temple and offer moderately priced food, including a range of sandwiches. Café Manalsu is known more for the view it provides over the Manalsu River and the Copacabana Bar and Restaurant is a hot-favourite for its open-air ambience. 

  • Manali is known for its splendid bargains that you can pick up. The region is best known for its woolen shawls and Tibetan carpets, fur caps and mufflers, Tibetan arts and jewellery made of silver and turquoise - all available at theTibetan Bazaar. Do not miss out on the Kashmir Handicraft Co-operation located near the Bus Stand where you can find an excellent variety of Pashmina shawls and Kashmiri souvenirs. Visit Bhuttico andHimbunkar in Kullu for some handicrafts typical to the region, including Kinnauri shawls. 

  • Festivities and celebrations in Kullu-Manali last almost the entire year, with some event or the other taking place every month. The year commences with theBandhu or Ghost Dance, which takes place in January in the wee hours of the morning. This dance is performed and attended only by men and is meant to ward off evil spirits. The Horn Dance is the traditional dance of Kullu, which is also performed in the cold nights of January. This dance is performed by six people dressed as deer, clowns and women. TheNaggar Ganeh festival in January also marks the victory of good over evil. 

  • Quite a range of hotels and resorts to choose from, mostly centred around the Mall. For a four-star resort at a moderate rate, Royal resort park is a good option. It comes with great views of the hills and an in-house multi-cuisine restaurant. A popular option is the Royal resort park which, true to its name, overlooks the Beas River. Royal resort park overlooks the Manalsu River and located beyond the Log Huts. For honeymooners and couples looking for a romantic getaway, Royal resort park at the Mall overlooks the spectacular mountains. Royal resort park near the Beas River comes with a range of pre-packaged holidays that include every possible inclusion you might require. Another popular hotel is the 

     

  • Bhuntar at over 50 kms is the closest airport. Cabs and taxis can be hired to reach the main city.

  • The most popular festival, Kullu Dusshera owes its origin to an interesting tale: When Raja Jagat Singh was the ruler of the valley, he came to know about a peasant Durga Dutt of Tipri who owned beautiful pearls. On being asked by the king, Durga Dutt tried to convince him that the information was wrong and that he owned no pearls. However, the kings persistence scared Durga Dutt so much, that he burnt down his own family and house and he put a curse of leprosy on the king.

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