Friday, 11 July 2014

Manali, an exotic hill station with unrivalled beauty

Honeymoon is a lovely vacation spent romantically together by a newly married couple to make it a lifetime memory. Manali, set in the picturesque Kullu Valley provides a wonderful setting to commence a married life. Situated in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, it is considered one of the most popular hill stations of India. Thousands of visitors particularly honeymoon travelers arrive at the hill station every year to spend a memorable vacation.
Located at an elevation of 2050 meter above the main sea level, this picturesque hill stations is the crowning glory of Himachal Tourism. This charming hill town is situated on the foothills of the great Himalayas. The lush green hill station is obviously a paradise for honeymooners and also one of the most scenic hill towns in India. Home to the mighty Beas River hurtling through the town, the charming snow capped mountains, hot mineral water springs, Rohtang Pass, green Solang Valleys & gorgeous slopes, fruit laden orchards, green colourful flora as deodar & pine forests, caves & temples, it is the perfect setting for a very special Honeymoon. The Beas River is suitable for fishing & rafting adventures in summer, but freezes in winter. Also, located here are the shiny Buddhist Tibetan monasteries (Gompas) and the famous Hadimba Temple or Dhungri Temple. Adjoined to the temple, there’s the Museum of Traditional Himachal Culture, a must visit during honeymoon holidays.
Manali is an ideal place to escape the hustle & bustle of everyday modern life and to unwind, relax & recharge. During Manali vacations tourists can also enjoy boating at the amusement park located nearby Hadimba Devi Temple. This is a honeymoon destination not only for Indians but also for foreigners. It’s unique & climate that remains cool, offers the ideal setting for newly-wed- couples to enjoy their togetherness and make some wonderful memories that can last a lifetime.
How to reach:
By Bus- Manali, located about 550 km from Delhi (the national capital), connects it by a good channel of bus routes. These can also be availed from Dharamshala, Shimla, and Leh.
By Taxi- To reach Manali through highway route, it takes about 6 hours of drive in hills by a hired taxi via Chandigarh-Ropar-Kiratpur-Mandi.
By Train- Ambala Cantt. is the nearest railway station from where it takes about 10 hours by a bus ride to reach Manali.
By Airplane- Bhuntar is the nearest airport, located 50 km from Manali.

Vishnu Joshi, a travel writer currently working with ARV Holidays loves to travel to romantic places around India and share his part of the story. For information on Best Kullu Manali honeymoon packages, visit

1 comment:

  1. Nice post on Manali and travelling options. It is one of the most visited places in India. Manali nearest railway station is opted by visitors who can't travel by bus .