Saturday, 26 December 2015

Book Your Manali honeymoon packages With all inclusive


The Chilling season and log vacations are a crux of life. It’s not in the human nature to be just born, live and die. It’s in humans to explore and travel everything in an extensive manner. Seems like winters are gearing up and so is the love for snowfall.  If you too are on a planning for a romantic trip then what could be better than Manali honeymoon packages all inclusive?. 

Hadimba Temple - This is Dhoongri Temple dedicated to Goddess Hadimba. This temple has four tiered Pagoda shaped roof and the door way is carved with legendary figures and symbols. This temple is located amidst wooden forest of deodar.  This is one of the chief attractions of Manali historically and archeologically.


Rohtang Pass snow valley -  Rohtang pass is (3979 m) and 51 km from Manali on highway to Keylong/Leh. The pass is open from June to October each year. There are a beautiful sights of glaciers, peaks and Chandra river flows down in the Lahaul valley. Rohtang pass is best visible between May/June to October/November. It is really wonderful place to enjoy the unimaginable natural beauty.


Rahalla waterfalls – Rahalla falls are the result of melting glaciers. It is a natural spot. It lies on the way to Rohtang pass and the area around Rahalla waterfalls is marvelous. The fall is surrounded by silver birch trees, forest of deodar. Worth visiting place!


Manali Wild life Sanctury – This sanctuary starts about 2 km from Manali. Musk deer, Monal and Brown bear, Leopard and snow leopards are some of the common animals seen here. Herds of ibex are seen migrating in the gracier zone in summers.


Nehru Kund - It is a quiet little spot situated at a short distance from Manali. The natural springs in this kund owes its origination to Lake Bhrigu which is located high above in the mountains. This kund is surrounded by lush abundant greenery. It is named after the first Prime Minister – Jawaharlal Nehru who used to drink this crystal water of the natural spring.


Chandratal Lake - The Lake is situated on the Samudra Tapu plateau, which overlooks the Chandra river. The name of the lake originates from its crescent shape. Chandra Taal is a popular destination for trekkers and campers. Vast meadows on the banks of the lake are the camping sites and during spring time these meadows are carpeted with hundreds of kinds of wild flowers. Another interesting thing about this lake is that there is no visible source of this lake but there is visible outlet of this lake which means that water to this lake comes from underground.


After knowing so many things about Manali, is it possible that a visit is not made to such a marvelous place? We did go there and enjoyed a lot. The days we spent there and the moments we enjoyed there, are just impossible to put in words.

Due to time shortage, we had to cut short but then also what we saw and what we enjoyed is not less than enough. We have kept few places in reserve so that we can enjoy them in our next visit. In fact, we shall visit next, there may be much more development. The facilities and convenience may increase a lot.

Now due to cut throat competition in the touring business, the things are likely to improve for the betterment of the travelers.  We have come to the conclusion that if the time permits and if it is affordable, a separate tour of  Kullu Manali Honeymoon Package  can be overwhelming.


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