Manali tourism has boomed in a big way as the town offers a multitude of options for the adventurous honeymooners with activities like trekking, paragliding, skiing, zorbing and rafting. For the romantics, the town has scenic viewpoints from where you can view the majestic Himalayas. The popular
are Raghunath temple, Vashisht springs, Hadimba Temple, Manikaran, Hampta Pass and Rohtang Pass. Solang Valley is one of the
as it offers stunning views and great walk paths to go on with your beloved. Bhrigu lake offers a panoramic view of the mountains and valleys from the top. Perfect for adventurous and daring couples, it is a moderate that takes 2-3 days to reach the top. Camp at 10,000 feet in the mountains and don’t forget to eat wild strawberries en-route.
Shopping is amongst the interesting things to do in Manali
. You can shop for local handicrafts, woollens, jams, jellies and Tibetan handicrafts. Manali tour package
lets you explore the interesting sights as well as the quaint markets.
Enjoy some interesting experiences like staying in a tree house or riding a yak, eat delicious food at the numerous cafes or catch a beautiful sunset together. These romantic experiences will make your honeymoon truly memorable.
Best time to visit Manali
for a honeymoon is the summer season; from March to April to be precise. This is the time when the weather is pleasant for couples to fill the hill-station air with romance. Explore this beautiful hill town with Manali honeymoon packages.
SOTC honeymoon travel segment offers packages to popular Indian as well international destinations for couples. Browse through our customized Manali honeymoon packages and book the best Manali honeymoon package
from SOTC for a romantic holiday experience with your partner. Our Manali honeymoon itineraries which also include tours to other romantic destinations in Manali such as Kullu Valley, Salong Valley, Rohtang Pass, Rozy Falls will
give you numerous options to explore adventure activities, stunning mountain ranges, exotic cuisines & drinks, nightlife. While you are in Manali
for honeymoon, your checklist must include the following to dos –
• Visit Pinjore Garden & Kullu Valley
• Visit Arjun Gufa & Tibetan Monastery
• Visit Salong Valley
• Visit Rohtang Pass
We offer honeymoon packages in India to destinations like Andaman, Shimla, Ooty, Kerala
and also to other handpicked international honeymoon destinations such as Bali, Europe, Maldives, Singapore, Switzerland and Dubai
. SOTC helps you to plan for a perfect honeymoon spot and have an incredibly memorable experience with your better half.
Manali Honeymoon is a dream destination for many newlyweds in India. Resting in the lap of the Middle Himalaya, Manali boasts of impeccably beautiful snow-covered peaks and valleys, lush pine-fringed mountain slopes, stunning meadows, warm springs and of course, the lovely Beas flowing through its valleys. The entire atmosphere in Manali is incredibly romantic which is perfect for lovebirds and newlyweds. Planning a honeymoon in Manali is extremely convenient. Choose the best deal of Manali honeymoon packages and enjoy your quality time with your loved one. Most Manali honeymoon packages have the complete itinerary for the ideal romantic experience.
The natural beauty, the charm of the rustic and simple life of the mountain folks and the thrill of mountain adventures make Manali one of the most sought after honeymoon destinations in India. A honeymoon in Manali with your beloved is sure to leave an everlasting imprint in your hearts and minds.
Places to visit in Manali:
1. Kullu Valley :
A honeymoon in Manali remains incomplete without a visit to the majestic Kullu Valley. The twisting and turning valley slopes laden with greenery make it the ideal romantic backdrop for couples. You can either get busy with nature photography or you can seek out adventure with activities like river rafting, trekking and mountaineering.
2. Rohtang Pass :
When in Manali, Rohtang Pass is a must-visit place. It takes about 2 hours to reach the pass via a car and during the ride, you get to see the magnificent view of snow-clad mountains all around. Rohtang Pass is a hub of adventurous activities like paragliding, heli-skiing and snow-scooter riding. While driving up to Rohtang Pass, you can also take a detour to Gulaba - a small village with a quaint charm.
3. Naggar :
If you love art and paintings, Naggar is just the place for you. The Naggar Castle flaunts of its rich and intricate art and miniature paintings. You can get an exceptional view of the River Beas flowing by and of the mountains, looking as if painted on a canvas. You must visit the Tripura Sundari and Gauri Shankar temples during your visit to the place.
4. Solang Valley :
Solang Valley is located about 14 kilometres to the north-west of the main town of Manali. It is a popular tourist spot that attracts visitors from far and near who come here seeking adventure and thrill. Activities like paragliding, parachuting, horse riding, mountain biking, and jeep driving are ideal for adrenaline junkies.
5. Hadimba Temple :
Dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, wife of Bhima, the Hidimba Devi Temple dates way back to 1553. It portrays a unique blend of both Hindu and Buddhist architecture and is carved with miniature depictions of the Goddess, her attendants, animals and other intricate designs. On the beams above, you can see the Navagraha and female dancers. Located nearby are other temples like the Manu Temple, Maa Sharvari Temple and also Tibetan Monasteries.
6. Vasisht Hot Water Springs :
Situated about 3 kilometers north-east of Manali, Vasisht is renowned for its sulphurous hot-water springs. The bathing pools are located within the Vasisht Temple. There are separate sections for men and women. You can also book Turkish style bath homes to enjoy some privacy with your partner. It is an affordable choice with many cosy guesthouses and cafes to choose from.
You can also visit Kothi, Jogini Waterfall, Bhrigu Lake, Pin Valley National Park, Van Vihar and Manali National Park. If you love shopping, you can visit the Old Manali Market, the Tibetan Market, and Mall Road. These have cute little roadside shops and stalls, where you can shop for beautiful decor items, scarves, shawls, jewellery, etc.
Manali has a great street food scene. So, binge eating with your partner in Manali is a must. You must try dishes like Khatta, Mittha, Babru, Sidu, Patande, Dham, Bhey, Aktori, Tudkiya Bhat, Chana Madra and Chha Gosht.
When to visit?
Usually, it is best to plan a honeymoon in Manali during the starting of the summer season, i.e., between March and April. During this time of the year, Manali has the perfect weather - neither too cold nor too hot. While you could also visit Manali during the winter months between October and February, it gets extremely cold this time around. Also, it is best to avoid going to Manali during monsoon from July to August since landslides are a common occurrence during this season.
For a Manali honeymoon trip, make sure to pack lots of warm clothes and woollens, socks and other essentials like sunscreen, a pair of sports shoe, scarves, gloves, umbrella, sunglasses, among other things. To enjoy the true Manali honeymoon experience, it is essential to choose the right Kullu Manali honeymoon package.
Look out for the best-suited honeymoon packages at SOTC and find amazing deals for your trip to Kullu Manali.