- Arrival in Manali in the early hours of next day
- Visit places in and around Manali
- Manali: Derived from Manavalaya; which means the 'Home of Manu', Manali is a popular hill station in northern India with snow covered mountains, thick forests full of cool breeze, fields of wild flowers and acres and acres of apple orchards growing in the vicinity.
- Arjuna Gufa: Located on the left bank of Beas River near Prini Village, This cave is named after Arjuna, as it is believed that Arjuna practiced austerities to get Pashupata Ashtra; a weapon from Lord Indra.
- Hadimba Temple: Built in the 16th century, this 4 story wooden temple is renowned for its delicately carved entrances. It is situated in the middle of a forest called the Dhungiri Van Vihar.
- Jagat Sukh: Located just 6 kms from Manali, it is a renowned Shiva Temple built in 'Shikara' style. It has temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Sandhya Gayatri.
- Kothi: This is a calm and pleasing spot, at the base of the Rohtang pass, situated just 12 kms away from the town of Manali.
- Manu Temple: Manali was named after the sage Manu who was the maker of human race on the earth and it is believed that he meditated here. This is believed to be the only temple of Manu in India.
- Monasteries: Manali is known for its shiny Gompas/Buddhist monasteries. It is sustained by donations from the local community and by selling hand-woven carpets in the temple workshop.
- Rahala Waterfalls: Located around 16 kms from Manali at the beginning of the climb to Rohtang Pass, the beautiful Rahala Falls is situated at an altitude of 2,501 m above the sea level.
- Proceed to Rohtang Pass by road
Rohtang Pass: Rohtang Pass is the highest point on the Manali-Keylong road. It provides a broad panoramic sight of mountains growing far above clouds, which is truly a spectacular sight.
- Solang Valley: Solang Valley offers the view of glaciers and snow capped mountains and peaks. It has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute has installed a ski lift for training purpose. The 12-km hike up the western banks of the Beas to the Solang Valley is remarkable.
- Vashist Hot Water Springs & Temple: Situated across the Beas river is Vashist, a tiny village with natural Sulphur springs. Modern bath-houses with Turkish-style showers for the convenience of the visitors who come here to benefit from their medicinal qualities. There is a pyramidal stone temple dedicated to Vashist Muni and another Temple of Lord Ram as well.
- After finishing the Trip on Thursday/Saturday/Monday night, proceed to Delhi
A TOUR OF THE MOST POPULAR HILL STATION OF INDIA