Manali is a wonderful place that attracts people from everywhere because of its scenic beauty like wonderland. With the fresh snow and so many things to do, the place looks exceptionally captivating and beautiful during the winter season. 

The place looks exceptionally gorgeous during the months of December to March. Visit Manali during the winter months to see the snow-capped mountains and cold temperatures. During this period, snow is most likely to fall.

If you're planning to visit Manali, here is a guide for you:

How To Reach Manali?

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The most convenient way to get to Manali is via car. You can drive yourself or take a cab to go to Manali. Trains and planes are both options for getting to the location. The nearest airport to Manali is Bhuntar, which is about 50 kilometres away. Kullu is 10 kilometres from Bhuntar, where daily flights from Delhi arrive; from there, you can take a cab or rent a car to reach Manali. There are other bus options available to get to the location. Manali is easily accessible by road from nearby cities such as Una, Kalka, and Chandigarh.

Places To Visit In Manali

1. The Mall Road

Mall Road is one of Manali's most popular places which is well linked to all of the town's major parts. There are various stores aligned on both sides of the road, selling a range of items in order to attract travellers. This location is constantly bustling and has its own pace.

2. Solang Valley

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Manali is an exciting destination for snow lovers, and skiing is the ideal way to enjoy the thrills of winter sports. While sliding down the snow-covered slopes on your skis, take in the magnificent alpine views. In the winter, the spectacular slopes of the Solang Valley provide some amazing chances for skiing and other adventure sports like parachuting and paragliding. One of the most popular activities in the hill station is being tossed down a slope in a giant transparent ball.

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3. Hidimba Devi Temple

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This old temple, located about 1.5 kilometres off the Mall Road, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Manali for visitors and pilgrims. The wooden temple is beautifully located in the middle of thick coniferous forest of Van Vihar.Visit the temple to appreciate its historical and archaeological significance as well as its tranquil location.

4. Hampta Pass

The Kulu Valley and the Lahaul Valley are connected by this pass. The pass runs across the Pir Panjal range and provides an incredible sight of the cold desert at Lahaul on one side and the lush greenery of Kullu on the other, making it one of the most sought-after sites to see in Manali.

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5. Kulu Valley

The Kulu Valley, a popular tourist destination, offers exquisite scenic beauty, amazing hill views, lakes, and hypnotic scenic beauty, making it one of the finest locations to visit in Manali with family.

6. Rohtang Pass

The Rohtang Pass is restricted for public access during winters because the mountains are totally covered in snow during that time. But during the summer, it transforms into a thrilling adventure destination that attracts visitors from all over the country.

7. Jogini Waterfall

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Jogini Waterfall is one of the best half day treks to do in Manali. The lovely Jogini Waterfall is nestled in Manali's picturesque Valley, around 3 kilometres from the bustling town and 2 kilometres from the famed Vashisht Temple.

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