Haridwar Rishikesh with Shimla Manali Tour Package

11 Nights / 12 Days
Delhi to Rishikesh via Haridwar – Kullu – Manikaran – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Shimla Kufri – Back to Delhi

11 Nights / 12 Days
Delhi to Rishikesh via Haridwar – Kullu – Manikaran – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Shimla Kufri – Back to Delhi

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Rishikesh with Kullu Manali Tour is very famous for its versatility. Rishikesh region is famous for spirituality, sadhus, ghats, river Ganga, temples, ashrams, meditation and yoga. Kullu is a wide valley created by the Beas River among the Manali and Largi. Kullu valley is well known for splendor and magnificent hills covered by Deodar and Pine. Kullu valley is stuck between the Pir Panjal, Great Himalayan range, and Lower Himalayan. Manali is famous for its skiing slopes, horse riding, paragliding snow scooters riding. Kullu and Manali are twin hill stations located very close to each other in Himachal Pradesh. There are a many attractions in Kullu and Manali which attracts tourist from all over India as well as abroad. Religious tourism is also famous due to the large number of temples in Kullu and Manali.

Kullu Tour
Kullu is small town in Himachal Pradesh State of India. Kullu is located on the banks of the River Beas in Kullu Valley. Kullu has an average altitude of 1,220 mts from sea level. Kullu was famous as Kulanthpitha (end of the habitable world). Kullu was visited by the Chinese monk Xuanzang in 634 & mentioned it as a fertile area entirely enclosed by mountains. Kullu once contained a stupa which was built by Ashoka where the Buddha preached the local people. That stupa was taken away by mughal rulers and re-established at feroz shah kotla maidan in Delhi. Kullu is one of the most delightful and stunning valley at river Beas. Kullu valley is 80 kms long and 2 kms broad. Kullu is very colorful in spring season with pink and white flowers.

Manali Tour
Manali is situated at an altitude of 2,050 meters in the valley of Beas River in Himachal Pradesh Manali is 270 kms far from Shimla. Manali has population of 30,000. Manali is part of the Kullu district. The British introduced apple trees to Manali. Apple is still best source of income for many people in Manaali. Manali became famous when Kashmir was not safe to visit (in the late 1980s). Manali has pine groves, snow capped hills, whispering forests, cascading waterfalls and the rapid waters of Beas. Rohtang Pass is famous in tourists visiting Kullu Manali. Rohtang Pass (13500 ft) remains covered with Snow even in summer. Solang Nallah is also famous in Kullu Manali Tour for skiing, horse riding, snow scooter ride and winter sports.

Places to visit in Kullu Manali
Hidimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple at old Manali, Vashisht Hot Spring, Van Vihar, Buddhist Monastery, Raghunathji Temple (300 years old temple), The Great Himalayan National Park, Club House, Kanawar Sanctuary, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, Kothi, Rahla Falls, Manali Sanctuary, Sundernagar Lake on the way, Mandi, Pandoh Dam, Hanogi Mata Temple, Kullu Shawl Factories, Mini Vaishnoo Devi Temple.

Places to Visit near Kullu Manali
Kaishdhar (Nature walks), Bajeshwar Mahadev Temple (Ancient temple with wonderful carvings in stone), Kasol (trout fishing), Manikaran (Temple and Hot springs) Larji (fishing), Pulga and Khirganga (hot springs), Banjar (Tirthan river). Shoja (scenic surroundings), Raison (camping), Katrain (valley area) Naggar (temples and Naggar Castle), Malana (trekking), Rohtang Pass (mountain scenery), Solang Valley (camping, ski and paragliding), Manikaran (hot springs), Kasol and Tosh.

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