Manali Package Tour

Destination: Manali & Kasol

Number of Days: 4N/5D

Altitude: 2,050 meters to 3,978 meters

Best Season: March to November

Temperature: Moderate in summers (maximum can reach 30 °C) and cold in winters (minimum can go −7 °C)

Brief Itinerary

Day 1: Chandigarh to Manali – 306 km

Day 2: Manali (Local Sightseeing)

Day 3: Manali to Rohtang Pass and then to Solang Nalla- 100 km

Day 4: Solang to Kasol (Sightseeing) – 80 km

Day 5: Kasol to Chandigarh – 270 km




Situated in the Beas River Valley at an altitude of 2,050 meters, Manali is the most popular tourist place in Himachal Pradesh. Manali is also referred to as Valley of the Gods and is named after Sage Manu. This lover’s paradise offers breathtaking views of snow-covered mountains. Manali is located in Kullu district and is about 248 km from the state capital, Shimla and 307 km from Chandigarh. Manali is the starting point of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and serves as the gateway to Lahaul & Spiti and Leh.

Places of Attraction

Rohtang Pass: Rohtang is about 51 km from Manali and is one of the major attractions for people traveling to the hill station. Situated at an elevation 3,978 m, this high mountain pass lies on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. Rohtang pass is also significant because it connects Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys. In the last 5-10 years, Rohtang has been terribly exploited by tourists who have disturbed the fragile ecology of this beautiful place. In 2016, the Himachal Pradesh state government started issuing permits online to limit the vehicles to prevent pollution in this area.
Hadimba Devi Temple: Hadimba temple is a four-tiered pagoda styled temple surrounded by a cedar forest. The temple is also known as Dhungari Temple is dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima. The Hidimba Devi temple was built in 1553 AD by Maharaja Bahadur Singh.
Vashisht: Vashisht is a small village situated about 3 km from Manali. Vashisht village was founded by Guru Vashisht who was sole guru and teacher of Lord Ram. This place is famous for its natural sulphur hot water springs which are believed to possess medicinal properties.
Solang Valley: About 14 km from Manali, Solang Nalla is a side valley which is popular for adventure sports. The massive slopes make it a perfect place for adventure activities such as paragliding, parachuting, horse riding, skiing and extreme Zorbing.
Few other well-known places one can explore in Manali are Manu temple, Jagat Sukh, Arjun caves, Tibetan Monastery, Kothi, Van Vihar and Nehru Kund.


Kasol: A small hamlet in Parvati valley of Kullu district, Kasol has gained lots of popularity in the last decade. Kasol is about 75 km from Manali is a paradise for backpackers and trekkers. Also referred to as ‘Mini Israel of India’, due to high percentage of Israeli tourists here, Kasol is a serene village on the banks of Parvati River. Lots of campsites, homestays and hotels have come up in a very quick time at Kasol. There are the number of treks one can do from Kasol such as the famous Kheer Ganga trek and Malana trek.
Manikaran, a pilgrimage center for Hindus and Sikhs is just 3 km from Kasol.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Chandigarh to Manali – 306 km

Our representative will pick you up from Chandigarh and your fascinating journey to the Kullu Valley will begin. You’ll see beautiful places along the journey such as Sundernagar, Pandoh, Mandi and Kullu. Cruising along the Beas River, you will reach Manali by the evening. You can explore few places before proceeding to your hotel for the night.

Day 2: Manali (Local Sightseeing)

Amidst huge deodar and pine trees, you’ll find yourself fully immersed in the beauty of nature. You can visit places such as Hadimba temple, Manu temple and Vashisht hot springs. In the evening you can take a stroll at the Mall Road and do some shopping.

Day 3: Manali to Rohtang Pass and then to Solang Nalla- 100 km

You will start early to reach Rohtang pass ahead of heavy and time-consuming traffic. The panoramic views from Rohtang pass are absolutely breathtaking. You can see Himalayan ranges covered in heavy snow from the Pass. Click some pictures at the top before the cold air makes you run and sit in your vehicles. After returning from Rohtang, you’ll head to Solang, your home for the night.

Day 4: Solang to Kasol (Sightseeing) – 80 km

Before heading to Kasol, you can enjoy adventure activities such as paragliding, Zorbing and skiing at Solang. Saying goodbye to Manali, you’ll continue your journey to another majestic place. You’ll reach Kasol in just 2-3 hours and can explore the village after checking into your room. Spend a peaceful night in the Parvati Valley.

Day 5: Kasol to Chandigarh – 270 km

Enjoy a peaceful morning along the bank of Parvati River and click some memorable pictures. You can also visit Gurudwara in Manikaran and enjoy hot sulphur bath there as well.

Cancellation Policy

In the event of cancellation of a tour/package, we expect you to inform us at the earliest by contacting us through phone or email.

The cancellation charges are as given below:

30 days or more prior to check-in date:                90% of the total package fee refundable

Between 15 to 30 days of check-in date:              50% advance amount will be refunded

Less than 15 days of check-in date:                       No amount will be refunded

If you don’t show up at the hotel/campsite:    No refund


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