Manali Trekking

Duration : 07 Days / 06 Nights
Attractions : Manali - Solan - Dhundi-Beas Kund - Sagara Dugh - Marrhi - Manali

Day 01: Arrive - Delhi: Arrive Delhi & transfer to hotel.

Manali means "the home of Manu" - a mythological character, who survived when a great flood drowned the world and recreated human life on coming here. Hence, Manali is considered a sacred place and several temples have been built here. Manali Tourism, Manali Trekking Tours.

Manali lies in the lap of the breathtaking Kullu valley and a great place for tourism in India. The verdant slopes of the Himalayas, dense forests, rich orchards and the beautiful countryside make Manali an ideal base for hiking and trekking. Manali has is one of the famous haunts for honeymoon couples.

Trekking trips in Manali area pack several Himalayan thrills into one outing. A trek along the waters of the meandering Beas River, through the forest with deodar and pine trees, across lush fields and along fruit orchards can be a very rejuvenating experience.

Best Season
March to October

Main Attractions of Manali
Rohtang Pass, 'Arjun Gufa' or the cave of Arjuna, Chandra Valley, Hamta Pass, Beas Kund, Chhika, Chandra Tal Lake, Kunzum Pass, Paonta Sahib, Nako Lake, Lahaul Valley and Spiti Valley.

Best Season
May to October
Prime Attractions
Tiger Hill, Senchal Lake, Mirik Lake, Lebong Racecourse, Teesta River, Rangit River, Singalia Ridge, Rumtek Monastery and Orchid Sanctuary.

Day 01 : Manali to Solan (2,480 meters) For a lavish display of natural scenery, Manali is the principal show place of Kullu valley. Solang offers a view of glaciers and snow-capped peaks.

Day 02 : Solan to Dhundi (2,480 meters) An alpine plateau . Glimpses of Indrasan and Deo Tibba are available. The track is along the bank of the river and one turbulent stream is to be forded.

Day 03 : Dhundi-Beas kund (3,540 m) to Dhundi ...3.5 km An interesting alpine meadow. Source of river Beas; the place is associated with sage Vyasa, Mahabharata's author. A walk over loosely held boulders on dying Glaciers.

Day 04 : Dhundi to Sagara Dugh (3,600 meters )....8 km Walk through the dense and enchanting forests . There are chances to see red beers.

Day 05 : Shagara Dugh to Marrhi (3,380 meters ) ..10 km Remnants of dying glacier in existence are available while getting into Shiela Goru Nallah. The view of the Rohtang Pass, Bhrigu Lake and Shelasa is also accesssible. The trek upto Marrhi is precipitous.

Day 06 : Marrhi to Rohtang and back to Marrhi.

Day 07 : Marrhi to Manali.