1. Prashar Lake This is a small, serene and scenic mountain
tarn with a temple dedicated to Rishi (Saint) Prashar hugging
its banks. Prestigious for Hindus and Buddhists, this lake
is at the hilltop and you can reach here by road from Bajaura,
the start point of the Kullu Valley. A must take trip.
Bijli Mahadev Tour This tour takes you on a trip to Bijli
Mahadev Temple, which is devoted to Lord Shiva. You can
make the 2-kilometre walk to the temple, which has a view
that is simply enchanting.
Hadimba Temple A four-tiered pagoda-like wooden temple,
the Hadimba Temple stands in a clearing amid tall and stately
deodar trees. The temple is built around a natural cave
and enshrines the footprints of the goddess Hadimba. A must
Manikaran Cushioned in the Parvati Valley is the holy pilgrimage
place of Manikaran. One can visit for its hot water springs
that gush out from below the rocks at temperatures of 88°C
to 94°C and possess healing properties.
5. Naggar Castle A testament to time and the ancients, this
castle was built by Raja Singh more than 500 years ago.
Due to brilliant construction it has miraculously survived
many earthquakes. It has a view of the valley that is spectacular
Rohtang Pass At an altitude of 3,979 meters above sea level,
the mighty Rohtang Pass is the gateway to the Lahaul-Spiti
Valley. At its impressive height, it offers visitors a gorgeous
view of sentinel-like mountains rising far above the clouds.
7. Solang Valley Situated 13 kilometres outside Manali,
the Solang Valley is popular for its annual skiing courses.
The valley boasts of some of the most breath-taking views
of snow-capped mountains and striking glaciers. A must visit.
Tibetan Monastery Famous for its carpet weaving and stunning
Tibetan, this Buddhist Temple is a colourful and charming
place to visit. You can even help preserve ancient Tibetan
art by purchasing articles of handicraft that are on sale.
An enchanting visit.
Gym and Svaastha Spa.