Famous Attractions you should visit during Manali Honeymoon

Manali, located in the Kullu District (H.P.), is really an Eden for loving couples. It is an important hill station at an elevation of 1950 m in the Beas River valley of the Himalayan foot hills. Its breathtaking natural charm, revealing heritage of culture & exciting outdoor entertainment, retains honeymoon couples pouring in from a much distance. Manali honeymoon packages are highly demanded by newly-wed couples and honeymooners. In Manali, there’re many attractive sites where loving birds chirp with each other & enjoy some memorable time in lap of nature. The description of sightseeing attractions is given below:
Rohtang Pass: This pass is located in the Kullu Valley at an altitude of 3979 m above sea level. The valley, a soothing site to remember, is also popularly called as the ‘Valley of Gods’. This icy pass is the most captivating corner in this valley. It has the panorama of mountains, captivating landscapes all around & hitting sites of glaciers. This lofty mountainous pathway is a gateway to many adjoining destinations & is always a memorable site for honeymoon celebrators. Besides watching the beauty of mountains like an Eden, tourists can indulge a number of exciting activities as paragliding, trekking, skiing, snow-scooters rides etc. At sun-set, when the crimson colored sun says good-bye to the sky, the mountains seem gleaming & casting a glowing aura full with romance everywhere.     

Chandrakhani Pass: This pass, known for its scenery & serenity, is situated in the Parbati Valley at an altitude of 3600m above sea level. To walk leisurely, it’s an ideal site which provides a great hangout zone for romantic couples. It’s really a heaven for trekkers. From here tourists can also rejoice the magnificent views of sun setting over the ice-covered Himalayan summits.

Solang Valley: Solang valley is located between Beas Kund & Solang Village about 13 Km from the main Manali Town. It’s a paradise for adventurous activities such as skating, skiing, Para gliding, rock climbing trekking, etc. greatly enjoyed by visitors. Being a popular skiing spot during winter, this place is also known as ‘Snow Point’. In an imagined fabric of nature of the valley, there’s solace & serenity. There’re a number of resorts & hotels which provide particular arrangements to honeymoon enjoyers to suit their requirements & budget. Here, tourists can enjoy a fantastic view of the splendid glaciers entire and the town of Manali surrounded by the snow-packed Himalayas.

Hadimba Devi Temple: There’re many temples in Manali but Hadimba Devi Temple is one of the most famous one. This ancient cave temple is called by different names as Hidimba Temple, Hidimbi Devi Temple, Hadimbi Temple or Dhungari Mata Mandir. According to the great Indian Hindu Epic-Mahabharata, this temple is dedicated to Hidimbi Devi (also referred to as Pallavi), the wife of Pandava’s brother named Bhima & the mother of Ghatotkacha. The temple is surrounded by a lush green cedar (Deodar) forest at the foot hills of the Himalayas. The entire sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of earth, which was worshipped as an image of the deity. The temple was erected beautifully in Pagoda style in 1553. Love-birds come here to pay homage to the deity for a better beginning of their matrimonial life & enjoy the scenic views of the region.


The Mall Road: There’re many business centers in Manali, but The Mall Road being lined with many restaurants, hotels, shops, travel agencies, etc. is the lifeline of the hill station. Visitors take enjoyment on this road strolling leisurely, dining & shopping as they like. In the evening time, the entire road can be seen packed by tourists & locals alike. Here people can find an array of shops selling famous woolen shawls & caps, handicraft & pottery items, jewelry, books, wooden articles, etc.




Other Attractions: Besides the above mentioned attractions in Manali, there are many other ancient sacred places like Manu Temple, Sage Vashisht Temple, Vishweshwar Temple, Biji Mahadev Temple, Bhuvaneshwari Temple, Tibetan Temple, Raghunathji Temple, Vaishno Devi Temple, Tripura Sundari Temple, Buddhist Monasteries (Gompas), etc. Couples can visit these religious points of interest and seek blessings from the deities for a blissful married life. Other important tourist spots are Vashishth Hot Water Springs, Rahala Waterfalls, etc.

Visit the amazing hill station of Manali and enjoy a lovely holiday with your partner. Find out some Cheap Manali honeymoon packages and latest offers at www.honeymonbug.

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  1. Himachal Pradesh is the best place for a wonderful holiday and that too within varied budgets. i am truly in love with this mountainous beauty.

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