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Manali Tour Packages

To save you from all trip planning hustle, we have curated the cost-effective Manali Holiday Packages. Choose your preferable package and get ready to have spectacular holidays in a dreamy hill station in Himachal Pradesh.

Surrounded by the Great Himalayas from every corner, Manali is the most famous hill station among honeymooners, backpackers, and every kind of nature lover and adventure seeker. From the ancient temple, hot springs, and pilgrimage sites to the highest mountain peaks, wildlife sanctuaries, Tibetan monasteries, cascading waterfalls, pristine lakes, and enchanting natural views, we’ve covered every place and point in our budget-friendly Manali Tour Packages.

We make sure to list the suitable place for you to find solace away from the bustling city amid natural beauty in our all-inclusive Manali Tour Packages relevant for families, friends, corporates, adventures, honeymoons, and solo trips.

Best Time to Visit Manali

Manali in Summer- Though the summer begins in April and lasts till June with a temperature between 10 C to 25 C. you will few patches of snow along with the lush blooming valley with clear skies and forested mountains. The summer season is a peak tourist season in Manali for backpackers, honeymooners, & families.

Manali in Monsoon- The places receives a good amount of rain, resulting in frequent landslides. It is best to avoid visiting Manali during the monsoon season.

Manali in Winter- The winter season is the most-visited and best time to explore snow-covered trails and forests and try out the seasonal adventure activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and so on. The season rings the winter bell from October to February.

How to Reach Manali

By Air- The closest airport is Kullu-Manali Airport, about 50 km from the destination. Hire a cab or a taxi to reach your hotel.

By Train- The closest railhead from Delhi or Chandigarh is Jogindernagar Railway Station, located about 144 km from Manali.

By Road- Enjoy a rejuvenating road trip to Manali via NH 44 & NH 154 from Delhi, Dehradun, and via NH 48 from Mumbai.

Major Tourist Attractions in Manali

  • Hadimba Temple- cave temple dedicated to one of the Pandavas, Bhima’s wife, Hadimba Devi
  • Solang Valley- Experience summer and winter adventure sports.
  • Rohtang Pass- Offers scenic drive expedition.
  • Manu Temple- Beautiful views of the river and forested mountains .
  • Jogini Falls- A sacred place for the local villages.
  • Rahala Waterfalls- One of the popular tourist attractions .
  • Naggar Village- Known for its heritage palaces such as Naggar castle
  • Mall Road- Stroll, eat and shop at the busiest roads of Manali
  • Old Manali- A quaint village with spellbinding sights.
  • Beas Kund Trek- Embark on unspoiled trekking trails amid Himalayan peaks
  • Great Himalayan National Park- Mesmerizing views and exotic wildlife
  • Manikaran Sahib- A sacred pilgrimage site of Hindus and Sikhs, which is famous for its hot springs
  • Malana- A laid-back village meshed with a mystical aura
  • Kullu- Famous for dense green mountains, refreshing waterfalls, Apple Orchards, and the most popular tourist attraction- Kheerganga Trek.
  • Bhuntar- Home to many Hindu temples
  • Gauri Shankar Temple- About 250 years old temple with beautiful stone carvings and 270 steps
  • Hampta Pass- Famous among trekkers and backpackers for its surreal trekking route
  • Tirthan Valley- Famous for scenic village hikes, icy glacier springs, and verdant views of majestic Himalayas
  • Jibhi- Famous for hiking through pine forests, lush landscapes, and glorious waterfalls
  • Parvati Valley- A famous tourist destination known for psychedelic trance festivals, bohemian cafes, and hash weed
  • Chandratal Trek- One of the most popular trek routes to a crescent-shaped lake
  • Bijli Mahadev Trek- Revered shrine dedicated to Mahadev, Lord Shiva
  • Prashar Lake- Most-visited trekking route with verdant views of snow-clad mountains and cascading waterfalls on the way.

Adventure Things to do in Manali

  • River Rafting & River Crossing- Adrenaline filled adventure activity on Beas River from Pirdi to Jibhi
  • Paragliding- Get a bird’s eye view of the Solang Valley
  • Skiing, snowboarding, snow scooter- most sought-after winter adventure sports in Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Dhundi,
  • Hiking, Trekking, & Camping- your stamina on the most popular recreational activities to Chandratal, Solang, Rohtang, Baralacha Pass, Tosh, Kheerganga, and many other destinations
  • Ziplining, Bungee Jumping, Rock Climbing & Rappelling- activities amid picturesque nature at Slnag Valley, Haripur, Gulaba, Marhi and Dhundi
  • Jeep Safari- Drive through the highest mountain peaks from Manali to Tso Moriri Lake
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Best Holiday Packages for Manali


6 days Manali Honeymoon Tour

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6 days Manali Honeymoon Tour

5 Nights / 6 days Starting From
Rs 8,700 View Detail Enquire Now

6 days Manali Honeymoon Tour

5 Nights / 6 days Starting From
Rs 8,700 View Detail Enquire Now

6 days Manali Honeymoon Tour

5 Nights / 6 days Starting From
Rs 8,700 View Detail Enquire Now

Frequently Asked Questions About Manali Travel

Q.How much will it cost me for Manali Holiday Packages?
Our Manali Holiday Packages are curated with minimum expenditures, depending on the places you would visit and the number of days you would spend, and accommodation. To get an estimated idea of a budget, make sure to book your trip in advance. Call Safar Mentor and get all the information you want to know about.
Q.How many days are enough to explore Manali?
One can explore many famous places in Manali within 2 to 3 days of the trip like Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Old Manali, Manikaran Sahib hot springs, Jogini Waterfalls, wildlife sanctuary, and Tibetan Monasteries. If time allows, you can gain experience in the adventure activities such as river rafting, paragliding, etc.
Q.Are there any shopping places in Manali?
You can buy souvenirs at Old Manali Market & Manali Mall Road for woolen clothes, Kullu caps, Buddhist paintings and artifacts, Dorjes, shawls, Tibetan jackets, Bamboo handicrafts, and much more.
Q.Is Manali safe for traveling with kids?
Yes, Manali is extremely safe for traveling with family, friends, and solo as the place hosts hundreds of thousands of travelers every year from all around the world. Just make sure to keep your belongings safe and avoid strolling on unknown trails alone at night.
Q.Which is the best way to reach Manali?
The best and most cost-effective way to reach Manali is via road from Delhi (540 km), Chandigarh (305 km), Dehradun (227 km), and Ambala (370 km).