Kullu or we can also say that Kulu is located on the bank of river Beas. It is 39.9 km far away from Manali via NH3. Kullu valley is the best place to visit in Kullu. This is one of the best places to visit in Manali.
Solang Valley is best place for winters. It is also known as Solang Nala which means valley. This is a very good place to visit with family or friends and the showering of snow in winters.
3. Rohtang Pass
This place has to be the part of the best places to visit in Manali. Rohtang pass is the main highlight to visit Manali. It requires a special entry to go to the Rohtang pass, you can hire car from the Manali to visit there, and here also you can enjoy the snow and the bloody beautiful view, definitely you will love it.
4. Mall Road
Mall road in Manali is the wonderful places to purchase clothes, wooden products and other essentials. You can also purchase some eatables, there are some restaurants over there with every type.
5. Manikaran Gurudwara
Manikaran is situated in the Parvati Valley on waterway Parvati, upper east of Bhuntar in the Kullu Region of Himachal Pradesh. It is at an elevation of 1760 m and is found 4 km in front of Kasol and around 35 km from Kullu.
6. Jogini Waterfall
This cascade is about 3km trek from vashisht sanctuary. Vashisht sanctuary is 2km from the principle showcase region of Manali. A moderate paced walk will take around 25 mins to achieve the base of this cascade. While voyaging you may experience beas stream and delightful snow pinnacles of Rohtang pass.
7. Hadimba Temple
Situated in the midst of the snow secured slopes of Manali, the Hadimba sanctuary is a remarkable hallowed place devoted to Hadimba Devi, who was the spouse of Bhima and mother of Ghatothkach. Encompassed by ravishing cedar timberlands, this wonderful place of worship is based on a stone which is accepted to be in the picture of the goddess herself. The development style of the sanctuary is totally not quite the same as that of any of alternate sanctuaries, with its wooden entryways, dividers, and cone-formed rooftop. This sanctuary is a fitting commitment to its managing god Hadimba.