Manali Tour Packages

Manali Tour Packages

About Manali Tour Packages

If you are looking for a memorable Manali Tour Packages, Incredible Himachal Holidays packages are the best choice for you. We at Incredible Himachal Holidays offers the widest range of Customizable Manali Tour to suit every kind of traveler from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and other parts of the India. Explore our Best Packages to Manali with unbeatable deals and discounts. Explore the main Manali sightseeing points with the variety of tours in Incredible Himachal Holidays’s Manali Tour Packages.

Be it a Short Trip to Manali or a long itinerary, a relaxing stay or an Adventure Holiday in Manali, whatever your travel preference and needs, Incredible Himachal Holidays has the best Manali Vacation Tours for you to choose from. Do Check-out our Luxury Manali Tour Packages, offering the best of hotels and inclusions designed to pamper you on your Manali vacation. If you wish to know more about Manali Travel such as the Best time to visit Manali, How to reach Manali, Things to do in Manali and so on.

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Chandigarh – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali – Chandigarh

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Chandigarh – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali – Chandigarh

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Chandigarh – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali – Chandigarh

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Delhi – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali – Delhi

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Delhi – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali – Delhi

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Places visited on Tour: Chandigarh, Kullu, Manali & Rohtang Pass

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Chandigarh – Manali – Kheerganga – Kasol – Malana – Manali to Chandigarh

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Chandigarh to Manali – Rohtang Pass/Snow Point – Manali – Jibhi

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Chandigarh – Shimla – Sarahan – Kasol – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Chandigarh

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Vadodara to Delhi-Kullu-Manali-Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Vadodara

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Kerala to Delhi-Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Kerala

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Kolkat to Delhi – Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Kolkata

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Nagpur to Delhi – Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Nagpur

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Surat to Delhi – Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Surat

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Rajkot to Delhi – Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Rajkot

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Coimbatore to Delhi – Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Coimbatore

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Mumbai to Delhi – Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Mumbai

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Ambala to Kullu – Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba – Marhi – Beas Kund – Rohtang Pass and back to Delhi to Ambala

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Manali – A Resort Town in the Himachal

Often referred to as a “resort town” of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is a paradise for nature lovers. This small town is nestled at the end of the Kullu valley. Manali Tour Packages take you to this place that has fairy tale like locales and gives you a picturesque view of the mountains adorned by sparkling water streams. The Manalsu river divides the town into New Manali and Old Manali. The charm of both the parts is unique to themselves. Old Manali is known for its Bohemian and hippie lifestyle, whereas New Manali boasts of a plethora of restaurants and shopping places frequently visited by couples and families.

A trip to Manali is a refreshing experience for one’s tired mind and body. On your Trip to Manali, your senses will be mesmerised by the sight of lush green valleys and a whiff of pines lingering in the cold breeze. To experience this heavenly bliss, you can plan a Manali trip for Couple, Manali trip for Family and choose from a wide range of Manali Tour Packages available. Our Packages for Manali are designed to suit your convenience. If you have more time on your itinerary, then you can visit Shimla, Kullu and Manali with a Shimla Manali Tour Package.

Best Places to Visit in Manali

There are many places for you to visit on your Manali Trip. Manali Tour Packages cover all the best places in Manali to give you a holistic experience.

Solang Valley

A visit to Solang Valley from Manali is a must for lovers of nature and adventure. Around 14 kilometers from the Manali city, between Beas Kund and Solang Village, lies the Solang Valley, renowned for its scenic beauty and known for hosting finest Adventure Activities in Manali like Skiing, Trekking, Paragliding, Skating, Zorbing, and Parachuting. Not just the adventure seekers, the valley is a delight for nature lovers as well. View of gorgeous Himalayan peaks from the valley further adds to its beauty. The famous Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports is also based here. During winters, the valleys host the famous Winter skiing festival in Manali.

Hadimba Devi Temple

The 14th century Hadimba Devi Temple is a must visit place in Manali. Featuring intricate wood carving, it is located in a pleasant setting in a deciduous forest. Surrounded by a scenic cedar forest, the 15th century Hidimba Devi Temple – Manali is a tribute to Bhima’s family, including his son Ghatotkacha. Amidst the Cedar Forest, the temple has a distinctive four-tiered pagoda roof through a large doorway and a stone with an imprint of the feet of the Goddess carved on it. Also known as Dhungri Temple, it is 15 minutes away from the Manali Mall Road.

Mall Road

The famous Mall Road of Manali is a popular place for tourists looking to shop and explore local eateries. The famous Manali Mall road is a buzzing street lined with hotels, local eateries, souvenir shops and exciting cafes. A famous tourist spot and the busiest place in the hill station, it is located in the heart of the city. The mall road is located at a 15 mins driving distance from the famous Hadimba Devi Temple – Manali. Relish the scrumptious food of Manali here and shop till your heart’s content at this lively location.

Rohtang Pass

This high mountain pass, the gateway to Lahaul, Spiti and Ladakh, is one of the most popular attractions of Kullu Manali. Connecting the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti valleys, Rohtang Pass, at an altitude of 3,978 meters, is a high mountain pass located in the Pir Panjal ranges of the Himalayas. Located 51 kilometers ahead of Manali, it is a famous skiing destination in India. Apart from skiing, activities like paragliding, trekking, hiking, mountaineering and mountain biking are conducted here. It also a gateway to Lahaul Spiti, Pangi and Leh valley. The pass remains closed for visitors during winters but it is open from June till October (tentatively). Car services are available till the Bus Stop. From the bus stop, prepaid buses are available till the Rohtang Pass. Also, it is recommended to wear comfortable shoes.


The pilgrimage town of Manikaran near Kasol, about 35km from Kullu, is famous for its hot springs. In the middle of imposing snow-capped hills and a fierce river Beas, Manikaran is a famous pilgrimage center, majorly known for Gurudwara Shri Manikaran Sahib, hot water springs, trekking trails and adventure sports. Amidst lush green mountains, the town is only 2.5 hours drive away from Manali and is easily accessible through roads. Tourists from across the country come to take bath in the healing sulfur hot water springs and feel spiritually refreshed at the Gurudwara and numerous temples nearby. Icy cold water from the Parvati river flowing side by side with the boiling hot water creates warm fumes which makes for a pristine view to witness.

Vashist Temple

The ancient Vashisht temple near Manali has a Kund with hot water springs, believed to have medicinal value. Located in a small village called Vashisht, the Vashisht Kund is situated around 6 kms away from Manali. One of the oldest temples in Manali, it depicts intricate wooden carvings and traditional Indian-style architecture. The temple is named after sage Vashisht, one of the seven main sages of the Hindu religion. According to legends, sage Vashisht meditated here and vowed to start a new life after learning that his children were murdered by Vishwamitra. The temple is also famous for its hot water springs which are believed to have medicinal properties.

Hampta Pass

The scenic Hampta Pass connects the Kullu valley with the Chandra valley in Lahaul. One of the most famous places to enjoy scenic trekking in Manali, Hampta Pass lies at an altitude of 4270 m on the Pir Panjal range in the Himalayas. It is a small village located 15.2 kms from Manali. The place is known to leave its visitors in the awe of nature with its open landscapes, meadows, green valleys and snow (as per the weather). Owing to its varied landscapes, the place is a sheer delight amongst trekkers. Famous amongst adventure enthusiasts, the pass also offers activities like camping and skiing.

Bijli Mahadev

This ancient Shiva temple on a hilltop is one of the most sacred shrines in Kullu Manali. A popular Hindu religious destination in Himachal, Bijli Mahadev temple is located on the Mathan hill. People from different corners of India visit the temple to see the 60 ft tall staff that is said to attract cosmic blessings in the form of lightning. Legend has it that the Shiva Linga within this temple shatters to pieces every time the lightning strikes, only to be restored by the Temple priest using butter and sattu. Since the temple bears the brunt of every thunderstorm, it is considered to be the defender of the valley. Pilgrims climb 1000 steps to reach the temple. Hence, it is advisable to wear to wear comfortable shoes.

Prashar Lake

The serene and sacred Prashar Lake is one of the most picturesque spots in Himachal and attracts visitors all year round. A crown jewel of Himachal, Prashar Lake, also called Parashar Lake, lies approximately 74 km from Kullu at an altitude of 8960 feet above sea level. The lake has a perimeter stretching up to 300 meters and has a floating island of vegetation in the middle. According to legends, the lake was created by the great Rishi Parashar who meditated here. The deep blue water of the lake forms a dazzling contrast to the lush vegetation around. The saucer-shaped valley is surrounded by the tall Dhauladhar mountains. King Ban Sen constructed a temple here in the 14th century, in an ancient Pagoda style. The lake is a supremely serene and picturesque spot and attracts visitors all year around. Tourists can drive up to the lake for day trips, or stay in campsites near the lake.

Jogini Waterfalls

Trek to Jogini waterfalls while you are on one of the Manali Tour Packages. This place is listed as one of the must-visit places in the Tour Packages for Manali. While trekking, you get to see the snow-capped Himalayas and the River Beas. Many old shrines around the pool at the bottom, makes it a sacred place for the Hindus. If you are accompanied by your friends and family on this Manali tour, then this bewitching place is ideally suited for a picnic.

Manu Temple

This temple is dedicated to Manu, an Indian sage. The town gets its name from the Sanskrit word “Manu-alaya” which means the abode of Manu. While holidaying with Manali Trip Package, visit this shrine that is designed in ‘Pagoda style’ architecture. Located in the Old Manali region, deep valleys and majestic peaks serve as a perfect backdrop. A short trek with Manali Tour Packages takes you to this temple, which is unique, as it is the only temple in the world that is dedicated to sage Manu.

The Manali Gompa

Built in the 1960s by the Tibetan refugees, Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa is a well-known Buddhist religious centre. It is flocked by the Buddhists from Kinnaur, Tibet, Nepal and Spiti. On this Manali Trip Package, you can take a look at the exquisite murals inside the Gompa that tell stories from the life of the Buddha. Don’t miss this place while on Manali Tour Packages and experience the aura of the place that transposes you to a different spiritual realm.

Great Himalayan National Park

This National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the rare Snow Leopard along with other animal and bird species. Located around 8.6 km from the Kullu, the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is bestowed with diverse landscapes, changing from monsoon forests, alpine meadows to snow-clad mountain ranges. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014 in recognition of its outstanding biodiversity conservation. Home to the rare Snow Leopard along with 31 species of mammals, 1000 species of pants, 209 species of birds and various reptiles, amphibians, and insects, GHNP, covering an area of 90,540 hectares, is also one of the largest wildlife reserves in Himachal Pradesh. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and photographers. One may opt to trek through the four valleys and explore the alpine meadows, pine forests, and the wildlife on foot. The park also features famous sightseeing points like Sainj Valley, Tirthan Valley, Chaihani Fort, Parvati Valley, Shiranga Rishi Temple, etc. A fair amount of walking is required to explore GHNP, therefore it is suggested to wear comfortable shoes.

Local Dishes to Try in Manali

Sidhu/Sidu – To taste the authentic “Kullvi” cuisine, spend your holidays in Manali with Manali Tour Packages. Sidhu/Sidu is a popular bread made using wheat flour and yeast. The dough is allowed to rest for some time and it is cooked in steam. It is stuffed with a mixture of boiled peas and other delectable ingredients. It is a local bread that is popular mostly in Mandi, Kullu, Manali, Rohru and Shimla. The local people have it with clarified butter (ghee) or a spicy paste made using fresh mint leaves (Pudina Chutney). Don’t forget to taste this dish while on a Manali Trip Package.

Babru – This is another “Kullvi” delicacy that is prepared using wheat flour dough. It is generously stuffed with black gram paste and spice. It is deep-fried and served with tamarind sauce(chutney). This is a filling snack that goes well with hot tea. Tourists on Manali Tour Packages must not miss out on this yummy snack.

Chha Gosht – This Himachali style mutton curry is a must-try while you are travelling with Manali Tour Packages. This is a mild curry cooked with buttermilk and roasted gram flour. Mustard oil is used to give it an authentic flavour and texture. Cardamom, cloves, cinnamon are used to enhance the aroma. You will find many local restaurants that serve this delectable dish while you are travelling with Manali Packages.

Samosa – While on your trip with Manali Tour Packages, you will get to taste a variety of Indian snacks in Manali. Samosa is a popular street food in Manali. It is easily available in all the local shops. It is a triangular Indian snack stuffed with a concoction made using boiled potatoes and spices. It is a must-try snack on Manali Holiday Packages.

Manali Tourism: Top Things to Do

Trip to Rohtang Pass –  If you are planning a trip with one of the Manali Tour Packages, then head towards Rohtang Pass for a thrilling experience. Famous for its breathtaking landscapes, it is also popular among adventure lovers. The adrenaline junkies take a bike trip to Rohtang Pass and indulge in adventure sports like paragliding, skiing, quad or ATV.

Trekking at Bhrigu Lake – A perfect place for trekking, this beautiful lake is situated amidst the Himalayas. While trekking, you get to behold the panoramic view of the majestic Himalayan ranges. According to Indian mythology, it is believed that Rishi Bhrigu used to meditate in this place. This place is a perfect amalgamation of natural beauty and history. Pack your trekking gear and be ready to experience this place with Manali Tour Packages.

Souvenirs to Look Out For – As your tour with Manali Tour Packages comes to an end, you might like to go on a shopping spree. Take a walk on Manali’s Mall Road and shop for some local delights. You can buy Tibetan artefacts, artificial jewellery and woollen items for your friends and family.

Before you go back to your hometown with Manali Tour Packages, you have collected innumerable memories and uncountable experiences that would remain etched in your memory for a long time and would coax you to revisit this place to rejuvenate yourself. Manali Packages strive to make your vacation hassle-free and pleasurable.

Frequently Asked Questions about Manali Packages

Q1. What is the best itinerary for a visit to Kullu Manali?

A: You can cover all the main attractions of Kullu and Manali in 5 days and 4 nights. Here is a suggested plan for your Kullu Manali trip in 5 days, giving a good mix of leisure and sightseeing::
Day 1: Pick up from Delhi and drive to Kullu valley. Enjoy a drive past Pandoh Dam, Kullu market, Kullu Shawl factories, and Vaishno Mata Temple. Check-in at the hotel in Kullu.
Day 2: In the morning head to Bijli Mahadev and then drive to Manali. Arrive Manali and spend the rest of the day exploring the town.
Day 3: Take a half-day sightseeing tour of Manali. Visit Vashishtha Kund, Hidimba Temple, Club House and Tibetan monasteries.
Day 4: Start your day early morning, and head out to take an excursion to Solang Valley. You can also opt for adventure sports like para gliding, zorbing, and skiing. You could also visit Rohtang Pass on this day.
Day 5: Depart from Manali for your next destination!

Q2. What are some low-budget travel tips for Manali?

A: Here are some tips to have a low budget trip to Manali –
• Explore the town on foot – there are a lot of places to visit in Old /New Manali that can be visited by walking or hiking
• Go biking across Manali. Bikes are available for rent at very reasonable rates
• Reach Manali by bus instead of car – there are very frequent HRTC and Private bus services operating to Manali from major towns like Delhi and Chandigarh.

Q3.What is the famous thing of Kullu Manali?

A: Rohtang Pass, Hampta Pass, Malana Village, Kasol, Parvathi Valley, Bhrigu Lake, Manikaran Gurudwara, Solang valley and many more.

Q4. What is the best time to visit Manali?

• Winter season: October to February is the winter season and is considered to be the best time to visit Manali if you like the cold.
• Summer Season: Starts in the month of March and lasts till June. It is the best time to visit Manali if you want to enjoy paragliding, rafting and mountain sports in Solang Valley.

Q5. How many days are enough for Manali?

A: 4-5 days are ideal for a short and budget trip to Manali.

Q6. When does Rohtang Pass open?

A: Rohtang Pass remains closed during winters but is open from June to October for motor vehicles.