Top Must Do Activities With Your Family In Manali

The ever-popular Manali, nestled at the end of Kullu and about 250 km from Shimla has much to offer than just a tourist attraction. Manali is not only known for its ample natural, serene surroundings but also for its rich Indian cultural heritage which is also said to be home to Saptarishis. The name Manali itself is derived from “Manu” (Manu + Alaya – Abode of Manu), a great sage who is said to have survived the great flood and recreated mankind in this region. Manali never ceases to amaze every visitor! A trip to Manali is always a wonderful idea as the city provides a wide array of options to explore. Here is our pick of the list of things to do in Manali.

1. Hadimba Temple

The only place where demon Hadimba, wife of Bheem, one of the Pandavas from Mahabharat is worshipped! Located amidst plush cedar trees, this wooden temple attracts thousands of visitors throughout the year

2. Beas River Rafting

The trip to Manali is believed to be incomplete without an adventurous experience of rafting over the river Beas. The pre-designated 14 km stretch of the river offers exciting rapids enough to get you addicted to the adrenaline rush!

3. Adventure activities in Solang Valley

Although winter is the ideal time to play with snow in Manali, summer is the most ideal period to take refuge in its mild weather. Adding to the paradigm, Solang Valley has many adventure activities. Topping the charts is the crazy tumbling experience of Zorbing and the sky-soaring experience of Paragliding.

4. Buddhist Monasteries

The intense association between Buddhist Monasteries and Indian Himalayas is worth exploring. The Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa and Nyingmapa Gompa attract visitors from across the globe. These two monasteries make the perfect location to spend a pleasant evening with family in Manali. The staff at De Vivendi Resorts are familiar with these places, can offer useful tips, and even help you plan your travel better. Keep subscribed to our blog for more places of interest in and around Manali.

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