MANALI

Manali at a height of 6,398 ft, in the Beas River valley, is a popular hill station in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh. Its 40 Kms. away from Kulu to the north and situated near the end of the valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. The landscape here is breathtaking. One sees well defined snow capped peaks, the Beas River with its clear water meanders through the town. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchards.
Manali is famous as a Honeymoon Destination among Indian tourists while Western tourists visit Manali for adventure sports and leisure, nature trips in the Himalayas. A gateway to Spiti, lahaul, Kinnaur & Leh regions, Manali has become a hub for multi adventure activities and serious trekking. Little wonder then that it is known as the SWITZERLAND OF INDIA!
Tourism in Manali offers skiing, trekking, snow scooters, heli skiing, hot springs, breath taking valleys, rock climbing, mountaineering, mountaineering institute, old temples, waterfalls, etc. Being in the direct snow line, Manali area experiences a very heavy snowfall and because of its supreme display of natural beauty, Manali is always on the top of tourist books. Tourism in Manali offers a complete round to Manali with various adventure activities. You can take part in skiing, play with snow, take long walks in the wonderful valleys of Manali, take a dip in healing waters of various hot springs and much more. The possibilities of tourism in Manali are endless. The various areas of Manali are so easily accessible, that anyone can create his own route of adventure journey. Tourism in Manali is highly recommended for honeymoon, summer holidays and winter sports activities. No matter why you visit Manali, once you get here, you never want to leave. So be assured, all of us at ITO Holidays are at your service and will ensure that you return from your holiday with happy memories.

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