Aamod Manali, Village Batahar P.O. Haripur, Kullu Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175136

Nearest airport:

Domestic: Kullu Manali, 37 kilometres
International: Chandigarh, 292 kilometres

Hotel location:

Manali is in Himachal's Silver Valley at the very northern most part of India, with the River Beas and its tributaries flowing through it. The area around Manali is extremely fertile with thick forest cover and a huge range of sightseeing and adventure activities.

Nearby attractions:

Trekking. Manali offers numerous routes for meadows, forests, villages, lakes and sanctuaries, such as Beas Kund, Manali-Hampta Pass, Pin Parvati Pass, Kinner Kailash circuit, Sar Pass, Chanderkhani Pass, Deo Tibba Base Camp, Chandertal Lake, Bal Taal lake, and Barlachala.

Kullu. Nestled in the Himalayas, Kullu is one of the most beautiful in the region. It is known as the Valley of Gods and the celebration of Dussehra and the many temples are a major visitor attraction.

Gayatri Temple. An ancient temple at Jagatsukh, just seven kilometres from Manali.

Hadimba Temple. Also known as the Dhundri temple, built in 1553 in honour of Goddess Hadimba.

Hanogi Mata Temple. On the Mandi-Manali National Highway on a small peak, with green mountains as a backdrop and a stream flowing below.

Jagannathi Devi Temple or Bekhli Temple. Believed to date back 1,500 years, the walls of the temple are carved with the images of Durga. At an altitude of 1,800 metres, the 90-minute ascent is rewarded with the most stunning panoramic views

Rohtang Pass. At an altitude of 4,000 metres above sea level, Rohtang Pass is the highest point on the Manali-Keylong road connecting Kullu Manali with Spiti and Lahaul. (The pass is only open from May to November) and offers spectacular views of the Himalayas.

Solang Valley. 13 kilometres north-west of Manali, between Beas Kund and Solang village is the gorgeous Solang valley, also known as Snow Point, it famous for its 300-metre ski lift.

Naggar. On the banks of the River Beas the former capital of Kullu is famous for its temples, as well as the Roerich Art Gallery.

Kasol. Scenic beauty at an altitude of 1,640 metres above sea level, sloping down to wide expanses of clear white sands at the Parvati River.

Manikaran. Famous for its hot springs and is an important religious destination for Hindus and Sikhs.

Vashisht Baths. Bathe in the hot springs and visit the temples.

Beas Kund (Chandratal Lake). A historic place, where it is believed that Sage Vyas had performed his daily bath, Beas Kund is regarded as sacred by the Hindus. As well as its religious importance, Beas Kund offers activities such as trekking and camping and the opportunity to climb Shitidhar, Friendship, Ladakhi and Hanuman Tibba peaks.

Chandrakhani Pass in the Parbati valley that joins Malana Valley to Kullu Valley.

Great Himalayan National Park. Also known as Jawahar Lal Nehru the 50 square kilometre park is home to some of the most elusive and endangered species of animals including musk deer, brown bears, Himalayan Tahr, Ibex, black bears and rare species of snow leopard.

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Aamod Manali,
Village Batahar,
P.O Haripur,
Kullu Manali Road,
Kullu Manali,

175136   |  0844 8159833