Manali is a township in the western Himalayas’ Land of Gods (Himachal Pradesh), located in the Beas River valley. It is named after Manu, the Santan lawgiver in Manusmriti. The name is Manali is believed as the derivation of Manu-Alaya ‘the abode of Manu’.
It is not only India’s adventure capital, but also a legendary land where one of the Saptrishi Vashista (son of Lord Brahma) meditated, followed by the next generation of Parashar Rishi, Ved Vyasa, and others.
Manu of India, Mises of Egypt, Minos of Crete – we believe they are all the same, despite the different names and historical evidence as the Manu temple in Manali. According to this religious belief, the human race originated here.
As a spiritual person, entering this heavenly land is your portal to divinity because tectonic plates fault lines meet at Rohtang Pass (3978m), which was a source of energy for Maharishi Vyasa for meditating after a bath in Beas Kund (3641m) every day, which is a multi-day trek for us.
It is the Himalayan Adventure Gateway to mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, skiing, trekking mountain biking, rock climbing, bungee jumping, zipline, and other activities in the Pir Panjal Mountains. For both domestic and foreign travelers, a one-stop location.
In the reflection of adventure, Manali is labeled “Mini Switzerland” – we believe there is no comparison between the Himalayas and the Alps, as each has its own natural charm. Despite the fact that we understand that Switzerland is a developed, sparsely populated country.
As there is always order in the midst of chaos, one can compare Switzerland to a Mini Manali!
There are two ways to get here: both Chandigarh and Delhi have international airports. If you intend to visit solely Manali, the best option is to book a flight from your home country to Chandigarh.
The simplest and most economical method to get here is by automobile. Roads link to several locations, including Delhi (540 kilometers) and Chandigarh (305km).
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