Sarovar Portico, Manali

Getting There

By Air
There are daily flights from Chandigarh and Delhi to Buntar, which is 50 kilometers from Manali.

By Rail
The nearest railhead is Chandigarh, which is 312 kilometers from Manali.

By Road
In many ways this is the best option. Manali is 559 kilometers from Delhi.

Manali Local Information:
Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, Manali is a small picturesque town that has always remained a charm to tourists. It is the snowy mountains and the deep cedar forests that make Manali a summer retreat. The presence of rivers like Manalsu and Beas make it a joyful place to spend some quiet days at. Manali makes for a paradise for all adventure lovers, for the loads of adventure opportunities it has to offer them. The terrain and climate of Manali allow it to afford adventure sports like hiking, camping, white water rafting, paragliding, ballooning, mountaineering, skiing and angling in the mountain streams. Apart from adventure sports, Manali has much more for the tourist. Manali is home to a lot many natural as well as man-made wonders. The town is home to the only Manu Temple in this world. The temple is erected on the spot where Manu is believed to have kept his first step out of the boat that saved him from the flood that destroyed the rest of the world. In fact, Manali gets its name from Manu as it means the place of Manu. Another noted temple in Manali is the Hadimba Temple. It is dedicated to the patron goddess of the Kings of Kullu. Being a 600 years old temple, the Hadimba Temple is a major attraction in Manali. There is an old village a little away from the main Manali town. It makes for an interesting place to visit while in a trip to Manali for the hot sulfur springs and temples it has. The Solang Valley and the Rohtang Pass are other spots worth visiting in Manali.