Manali Tour Packages


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Want to go for a memorable Manali trip with a premium stay package? Discover the most sought-after deals with BookY...

Manali Tour Packages

Want to go for a memorable Manali trip with a premium stay package? Discover the most sought-after deals with BookYourOwn holiday packages catering to solo travelers, women, couples, and families with kids & pets. BookYourOwn offers a wide range of tour packages to Manali so our travelers from Delhi, Mumbai, Gujarat, or Goa can embrace the breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayas. 

BookYourOwn’s customizable Manali tour is the best holiday package for travelers with preferences. Our exclusive luxury Manali tour package promises lavish accommodation, personalized services, and an unforgettable escape to panoramic views of Manali. Choose from our Manali vacation tours offering pre-designed itineraries, adventure activities, main Manali sightseeing points, comfortable transportation, professional guides, and other amenities. 

BookYourOwn curates the right Manali Vacation tours to suit your budget, preference, and ease. Need some more advice like the best time to visit Manali, the best things to do in Manali, and how to reach Manali? 

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Manali- A Resort Town Nestled in the Heart of Himachal

When it comes to visiting mountains and hilly areas; Manali has always been the favorite destination of travelers. Nestled in the quaint snow-covered mountains, Manali is also called the Resort town of the Himalayas. Manali is a portal to Leh, and Lahaul Spiti district This blissful location at the northern end of Kullu Valley has been beautifully divided into two regions by the Manalsu River i.e. Old Manali and New Manali. You can experience the local culture, traditions, cuisines, Bohemian, and hippie vibes in Old Manali. Whereas the New Manali showcases luxury hotels, restaurants, popular shopping points, and adventure activities for couples, friends, and families. 

Be it summers or frosty winters, Manali is truly a heaven on earth. The panoramic landscapes, mystical mountains with towering peaks, and glistening water streams alleviate all the stress. 

Delve into the alluring views of magical Manali with our Kullu Manali tour packages available at discounted and unbeatable prices. Whether you are an adventure seeker or a peace lover, a Manali trip is all you need to rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul. 

Plan a trip to Manali to immerse yourself in the beauty of lush green valleys, snow-capped mountains, and manicured gardens featuring plum, cherry, whiff of pines, and apple trees at every turn BookYourOwn offers an array of Manali tour packages that can be customized as per one’s needs. Another prime option in our catalog is the Shimla Manali package; if you wish to visit both Kullu and Shimla.

Manali Tourism: 13 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Our Manali tour packages include everything from visiting adventure sports, the best places in Manali, experiencing cultural richness, ancient temples, and monasteries to vibrant markets. Undoubtedly Manali is an irresistible destination for all types of travellers.

1. Solang Valley:  Destination with a unique blend of Adventure and tranquility

Located between Solang village and Beas Kund; Solang Valley is one of the key sightseeing places in Manali. This frequently visited place in Manali is  known not only for ample adventure sports but also for picturesque views of Himalayan peaks. Situated at a distance of just 14 km from Manali City, you can easily reach Solang Valley via car or taxi. The iconic valley also hosts the popular Winter Skiing festival every year. Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports is another top attraction of this gorgeous valley.

2. Hadimba Temple: Where History Meets Devotion

Located between the pleasant surroundings of deciduous cedar forests, the 14th-century Hadimba Temple is known for its historical, religious, aesthetic, and architectural significance. This ancient temple is dedicated to Bhim’s (one of Pandavas) wife Hadimba Mata and Bhim’s son Ghatotkacha. This must-place visit in Manalu is often referred to as ‘Dhungri temple’ and also showcases the four-tiered pagoda roof, intricate wood carvings, and imprint of goddess’ feet on a stone. This historical temple is easily accessible and hardly 15 minutes away via the Manali Mall Road. The spiritual aura and serene atmosphere of this holy temple will give you some goosebumps.

3. Manali Mall Road: Shop, Stroll & Savor the Essence of Himalayas

Manali Mall Road is one of the busiest and bustling tourist spots in Manali with a plethora of hotels, restaurants, cafes, and shopping points. Delve into Manali’s cultural cuisines or delight your tastebuds with the rich and scrumptious food of Manali. A perfect place to shop Tibetan and Himachal handicrafts, antiques, spices, jewelry, and explore books, Souvenir shops, and local eateries like Sidu and Patande

4. Rohtang Pass: A gateway to Lahaul Spiti, Leh, and Ladakh

Rohtang Pass is situated at an altitude of 3978 meters and is 51km away from Manali. Snow-capped Rohtang is the highest mountain pass located in the Himalaya’s Pir Panjal ranges.  It’s one of the most popular trekking, hiking, paragliding, and skiing destinations in India. You can hire a pre-paid taxi to reach Rohtang as private vehicles are not allowed. The best time to visit Rohtang is from June to October, as the pass remains closed in extreme winters.

5. Manikaran- Where Devotion & Nature unites

Located at 35 km distance from Kullu, Mainkaran is one of the most frequently visited places in India. Manikaran Sahib is a Pilgrimage center known especially for its healing hot springs where thousands of devotees take baths to rejuvenate their souls. Parvati River's junction of boiling hot water and extremely cold water is worth witnessing in Gurudwara Shri Manikaran Sahib. Apart from being a pilgrimage town, Manikaran is also known for adventure sports and trekking points. You can easily reach Manikaran by road.

6. The Vashisht Temple: A Divine Haven

Situated at about 6 km from Manali, the Vashisht temple is a tribute to Shri Vashisht Rishi who was one of the seven prominent sages of Hindus. It’s one of the oldest Hindu pilgrimage centers where Vashisht Rishi meditated and found that Vishwamitra was the murderer of his children. The historical temple is crafted beautifully with wooden carvings and traditional architecture. Devotees have a strong belief that the hot water springs and Vashisht kund in the ancient temple possess medicinal properties. You’ll experience the refreshing spiritual vibes and tranquility.

7. Hampta Pass: A Delight for Trekkers

Hampta Pass is the junction of Chandra Valley in Lahaul Spiti and Kullu Valley and about 16km away from Manali. Hampta is a small village perched at a height of 4270 m nestled on the Pir Panjal range in the Himalayas. Hampta Pass is a haven for all adventure enthusiasts where each season unleashes a tale of the majestic Himalayas. You can enjoy trekking, skiing, and camping in the captivating surroundings of Hampta Pass. This unique traveling destination is also known for its varying pristine landscapes in winter and summer.

8. Bijli Mahadev Temple: Experience the Divinity & Serenity of the Himalayas

Nestled at an elevation on the Mathan hilltop, Bijli Mahadev is one of the most ancient Shiva temples in Kullu Manali. Devotees have to cover 1000 steps to reach the sacred temple. Bijli signifies the thunder that breaks shiva linga into many pieces. The pandits rejoin the fragmented pieces with a mixture of sattu and butter while performing all the rituals. That's why this sacred shrine is also referred to as the defender of the valley as it bears every thunderstorm. A visit to Bijli Mahadev is no less than any adventure activity. The temple also hosts traditional fairs and events during special occasions.

9. Prashar Lake- A Crown Jewel of Himachal Pradesh

Surrounded by the captivating Dhauladhar mountains, the serene Prashar Lake is known for its floating vegetation island in the deep blue water. It is believed that Rishi Prashar meditated here and created this saucer-shaped lake which stretches up to 300 metres. Perched at an altitude of 8960 ft above sea level, the sacred Prashar lake is about 74 km away from district Kullu. Another top attraction is the pagoda-style temple created by King Ban Sen in the 14th century. To explore &  experience the divinity, we suggest planning at least 2 days trip to one of the most picturesque spots in Himachal.

10. The Great Himalayan National Park- A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2014 due to its biodiversity conservation, snow-covered mountain ranges, monsoon forests, and breathtaking landscapes. The great Himalayan National Park is a haven for about 1000 plant species, 209 bird species, 31 mammal species, reptiles, insects, and amphibians. Rarely found snow leopard is also the top attraction of GNHP. Explore one of the largest wildlife reserves in Himachal featuring four famous valleys, pine forests, alpine meadows, and the ancient Shiranga temple.

11. Jogini Waterfalls: A Mesmerizing Sight for Nature Enthusiasts

 Whether you are seeking spirituality, adventure, or tranquility; Jogini waterfall is a must-visit place listed in our Manali tour packages. It’s an ideal traveling spot for all types of travelers. At Jogini Waterfalls, you’ll experience the alluring views of elegant snow-clad mountains, old shrines, and temples while trekking along with Beas River.

12. Manu temple: A Sacred Shrine in the Heart of the Himalayas

Nestled in Old Manali, the ancient and unique Manu temple is dedicated to Rishi (sage) Manu who meditated here and eventually made Manali his home. This short trek is Designed in pagoda-style architecture and intricate wood carvings; this holy shrine is a reflection of its rich cultural heritage. Located at a short walking distance of 3 km from the main market of Manali, Manu Temple is  surrounded by deep lush green valleys, and picturesque views of mountains. Make sure to include a short trek to the Manu Temple with Manali tour packages for a memorable Manali trip.

13. The Manali Gompa: A unique glimpse of Tibetian Buddhist practices

Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa is one of the renowned  Buddhist religious centers unveiling the life journey of Buddha. It’s home to many Buddhists from Spiti, Kinnaur, Nepal, and Tibet. The Manali Gompa was constructed by the Tibetan refugees in the year 1960. Don’t forget to visit this exquisite place while planning a Manali trip package. Witness the rituals and traditions of Buddhist monks, and experience the spiritual realm of this serene place on BookYourOwn’s Manali tour packages.

Manali Tourism: Local Cuisines to Try

1. Sidhu/Sidu: A must-have traditional Pahadi dish

Sidhu is one of the Himachal’s famous local dishes that you must try in Manali tour packages. Sidu is a popular bread in Kullu, Manali. Shimla and Rohru. Sidu is baked using yeast, and whole wheat flour in steam and is then stuffed with a mixture of boiled peas, veggies, and other special ingredients. The localities love to have this bread with desi ghee and  spicy pudina mint leaves) chutney during winter. Do taste this authentic ‘Kullvi’ bread of pahadis on a Manali trip package.

2. Babru: A Superstar Snack of Himachal

Babru is a beloved kullvi puri made of wheat flour and stuffed with black gram (whole urad dal) and aromatic spices. Babru is often served with a hot cup of tea and tamarind chutney (sauce) for breakfast. Make sure you don’t miss eating superstar pahadi snack on the Manali tour package. The lip-smacking Babru recipe originated from north Himachal and is equally popular in Shimla.

3. Chha Gosht: Himachali Style Mutton Curry

Chaa Gosht is a mild mutton curry cooked in Himachali style. One should never miss relishing this delightful curry with unique texture and flavor on Manali packages. Chha Gosht is prepared using roasted gram flour, buttermilk, and other delectable spices. You can easily taste this delicious cuisine in the local restaurants of Manali.

4. Samosa: A Popular Indian Snack

Almost every Indian loves Samosa, a triangular snack stuffed with potatoes, cheese, peas, and other spices. This street food in Manali is served in all the local shops along with tea. So do try Himachali samosa when  traveling on  Manali holiday packages.

5. Thukpa: Tibetan Noodle Soup

Inspired by Tibetan culture, Thukpa is a comforting and traditional Manali dish cooked using noodles, veggies, meat, and other local spices. Immerse yourself in the authentic preparation of Thukpa with traditional cooking methods on Manali tour packages for a gastronomic experience.

Manali Tourism: Top Things to Do

1. Trip to Rohtang Pass

A trip to Manali without visiting the Rohtang (the highest pass in Pir Panjal) would not be complete. Rohtang is a one-in-all destination for adventurers, bikers, trekkers, and nature lovers. You’ll experience the heavy snowfall, tranquility, rich cultural heritage, and snow-capped mountains with our Manali tour packages. Immerse yourself in ample adventure activities from paragliding, skiing, ATV, and quad to skiing.

2. Trekking at Bhrigu Lake

Dedicated to sage Bhrigu, this sacred place is surrounded by scenic views of the Himalayas. Devotees strongly believe that Bhrigu Rishi meditated at this lake. It’s a moderate-level trek suitable for all types of trekkers. If you are ready to explore this unique destination, BookYourOwn will take you to this attractive trekking spot on our Manali tour packages. 

3. Souvenirs to Look Out For in Manali

Every traveler loves to pick some artifacts, jewelry, or traditional clothes for friends or family  to make their trip memorable. A shopping spree on Manali Mall road is just after you are done with Manali tour packages. You can buy everything from popular Kullu shawls, local herbs & spices, and traditional attires to local wine. Stroll and Shop the hidden gems of Himachal on Manali packages. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Manali

Q. Are there special packages for honeymoon Couples in Manali?

A. Yes, BookYourOwn offers personalized and exclusive manali tour package for couple including candlelight dinners, lavish accommodations, spa & wellness, private transport, and other luxury amenities as per your preferences.

Q. What are some low-budget travel tips for Manali?

A. When traveling on a low-budget travel to Manali, make sure to make smart decisions when choosing your accommodation, and transportation. For example:You can take a bike on rent, HRTC, walk, or private bus service to visit the best place in Manali instead of your vehicle.Plan your stay in guesthouses, hostels, or budget hotels instead of hotels. Opt to stay in Old Manali, Vashisht rather than New Manali.