Best time to visit Manali, Himachal pradesh

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Best time to visit Manali, Himachal Pradesh

 

Manali a wonderful town located in the northern end of Kullu valley is a great tourist attraction. The small town is located about 270km from Shimla and 544km from the national capital Delhi. It has turned out to be a must visit for all kinds of tourists because of its variant and vivid beauty attractions. With its awesome geographical location the town offers you a magnificent visual treat. The availability of all key facilities to enhance the comfort level of travelers makes Manali suitable for family vacations. So, what is the best time to visit Manali?

 

The snow clad mountain tops, beautiful landscapes, charming green meadows, thick pinewood forest and the beautiful Beas River flowing throughout the region makes it the most popular tourist destination in India. It is also a perfect place for adventure lovers as you can try your hand over a variety of adventure sports like mountaineering, Cycling, skiing, river rafting, trekking and Paragliding. Apart from this Manali is also famous for its tourist attractions like Hadimba temple, Bhrigu lake, Buddhist Monasteries, Manu temple, Vashist temple, Solang Valley, Manali club house, Great Himalayan National park and so on.

 

Manali and its Climate: The town always has a blissful climate except the monsoons. The temperature ranges from 4C to 26C over the year, but in the winter the climate turns predominantly cold with temperatures dropping below       -10C.

 

  1. Charming summer (March-June):- If you are planning a family trip to Manali, then Summer suits you the best. With bright, colorful blooming flowers and lust green valleys, the hill station offers you a wonderful stay. It is a perfect time to engage yourself in activities like Bike riding, camping, Paragliding and river rafting. You can trek to Hampta pass, Beas Kund, Deo Tibba etc. The famous Rohtang pass which serves as great treat for adventure lovers also opens in the month of May. But Manali remains crowded during this period of time as people come here for summer vacations. So plan well in advance for all accommodations and traveling assistance you need.

 

  1. Winter and the Snowfall (October-February) :– The Winters in Manali are actually freezing with mild to heavy snowfall. So if you wish to enjoy the chilling fresh snowfall and spend some quality time under the snow capped mountains you must  plan your Manali trip in winter. You can also experience adventurous snow sport like Skiing on the snow filled mountains. This is also the best time for honeymooners because of the scenic beauty it offers. With trekking trails at the hill stations of Manali you can also witness the panoramic sights of snow capped Himalayas.

 

  1. The Pouring Monsoons (July-September) :- The monsoons  in Manali witness heavy rainfall. Rain brings out the lush characters of the hill station. Whole valley appears to be draped under clouds floating over the sky. Only a very few people travel to Manali in monsoons as landslides remain a major concern. Rains here may continue for several days boosting the raging water currents in rivers and streams. The pouring rain force people to stay indoors and very less or no activities will be carried on during this period of the year. Monsoons are considered to be off season in Manali and family tour is not advisable in this period.

 

So if you are looking to spend your much awaited holidays in the midst of charming hill stations Manali will be the perfect destination for you. Plan your Manali visit in winter or summer, book your tickets and accommodations well in advance. A well planned and executed Manali trip will be a life time memory for you and your family.

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