570 km from Delhi, the capital of India, the most common mode of transport to Manali is by bus. As they are in demand throughout the year, it is best if the tourist book their bus travel well in advance. Necessary precautions must also be taken to make the bus rides more comfortable in the winding mountain paths. Private taxis and trains are also available in plenty using which you can get into the city. Trains have tracks that lead to amazing views and scenery of the hills and forest surrounding the area.
Places of Interest
1. Rohtang pass
It is a hilly pass located between mountains that shows the tourists and visitors the true meaning of majesty. The mountains stretch far into the skies and creates beautiful scenery and surrounding for the visitors.
There are many temples and shrines in the area that are dedicated to different gods and goddesses primarily of the Hindu mythology. Hadimba temple, Maa Sharvari temple and Beas Kund are the popular temples in the area that are of significance and importance.
3. Jogini falls
Though getting there requires trekking through forests and paths, it offers a beautiful view of a majestic waterfall.
4. Hot water springs
There are many hot water springs in the area such as Vashist hot water springs and Kalath Hot water springs that can be hired by tourists and used to relax and enjoy.
There are also many buddhist monasteries in the areas that are of religious significance and importance. The area surrounding them is calm and serene offering a peaceful atmosphere to visitors.
6. Zana Falls
A waterfall that is worth visiting, it offers an exotic glimpse into the beauty and serenity of Manali.