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The organization caters to the need of Adventure Tourism, and adventurers. It organizes treks, expeditions for clients of all ages and walks of life. It has been conducting adventure related activities for school children too.

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Pocket 52, H. No 1, Ground Floor, C.R Park, New Delhi 110019
Ph: 011 – 41601817, 4156485
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Email: gaurav.n.narula@gmail.com

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(Roshan Thakur)
Solang Hydro Project ,Solang, Manali
Ph: 01902 – 222564, 225646
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Regecy Patalsu : 01902 - 256009

About Manali - the "Queen of Hill Staions"

Manali is an awesome hill station of Himachal Pradesh and is the destination of thousands of tourists every year. Its cool atmosphere provides a perfect heaven for the ones afflicted by the hot Indian summers. Besides offering quite a few places for sightseeing, Manali is also famous for adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking.

Manali - the "valley of the Gods", is an ideal place for the ones in search of adventure as well as comfort.
The oft-visited site in Manali is the Hadimba Temple, erected in 1533. This temple is dedicated to the local deity Hidimba, wife of the Pandava prince, Bhim. A major festival is held here in the month of May. The temple is noted for its four-storeyed pagoda and exquisite wooden carvings.

Manali is known for its shiny gompas or Buddhist monasteries. With the highest concentration of Tibetan refugees in the entire Kullu valley, it is famous for its Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, built in 1969. The monastery is maintained by donations from the local community and through the sale of hand-woven carpets in the temple workshop.

The smaller and more modern Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa stands nearer the bazaar, in a garden blooming with sunflowers. Its main shrine, lit by dozens of electric bulbs and fragrant with Tibetan incense, houses a colossal gold-faced Buddha, best viewed from the small room on the first floor.

Sightseeing : Places to visit in destination - Manali

Manali has a number of thrilling and picture perfect sites to visit. Some of the important attractions are the natural hot-water fountain and temple in the Vashishtha Baths, the legendary Hadimba Devi Temple and the picturesque Tibetan Monastery. Go a little bit away from the town, and you come across the legendary Arjun Gufa, the historical Jagatsukh, the Nehru Kund, Kothi, and the Solang Valley, besides the Rehalla Falls.

The hot water spring of Vashishtha is famous for its medicinal power. A large number of people throng here for a bath as the water of the spring is believed to cure several diseases. There is a pyramidal stone temple nearby, which is dedicated to Vashishta Muni.


The Hadimba Devi temple is an important place to visit in Manali. The temple is dedicated to the goddess-turned-demoness Hadimba (or Hirimba), the wife of Bhima. It is said that Bhima fell in love with Hadimba, the sister of demon Tandi, whom he killed in order to marry Hadimba. Built in the 1553, this temple is locally known as Doongri Mata temple. The temple is characterised by its pagoda-like roof that adds into the beauty of the place. According to a legend, to prevent the duplication of this four-tier temple construction, the chief craftsman’s right hand was chopped off. But this motivated the builder to construct another more elaborate and beautiful temple with his left hand, for which he lost his head. The second temple was built at Triloknath, 155 km away from Manali.


The colourful Tibetan monastery is famous for its carpet-weaving unit where the residents, the immigrants from Tibet, produce handicrafts of various kinds that attract the tourists towards it.

Located at a distance of 15 km from the main Manali town area, Arjun Gufa is another place to visit in Manali. Located near the Prini Village, the legendary gufa (cave) is an ideal spot for a daylong visit. According to a legend, Arjuna, one of the Pandavas, used to practice stringent meditation here to attain the powerful Pashupata Ashtra (a powerful weapon used in warfare).


Located at a distance of 6 km from Manali, Jagatsukh is the largest village of Kullu district. It is situated on the bank of the river Beas, and is famous for its glorious history as well as the religious importance that it holds. The village has a famous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The structure of the temple is of the Shikhara style. Jagatsukh also holds historical importance as it functioned as the ancient capital of Kullu for about ten generations. In addition, it was here that the first and second revolutions against the Thakurs and Ranas took place.

Located on the Manali-Keylong road at a distance of 6 km from Manali town, Nehru Kund is a calm and peaceful place to visit. The name of the place is given after the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. The place is especially famous for the clean water spring, which is believed to flow from the Brhigu Lake

KOTHI - Manali

Located at a distance of 12 km from Manali, Kothi is situated on the Lahaul-Spiti-Leh highway. Kothi served as the camping place for tourists when the 3,978-metre-high Rohtang Pass had to be reached on foot. However, the Rohtang Pass is now accessible by bus, jeep and pony. It also has a comfortable staying option in the beautiful PWD Rest House, which lies in the middle of a picture-perfect surrounding of the snow-capped peaks and glaciers.

Located at a distance of 13 km from Manali town, Solang Valley is known for its beautiful landscape, thrilling snow-capped mountain peaks and the view of the glaciers. You can have a breathtaking view of the Himalayan range from the various view points. Many tourists throng this place especially during the winter skiing festival. It also has on-the-spot skiing training facility, a hostel of the Department of Mountaineering and Allied Sports, and ANTREK Campsite Resort.


Located at a distance of 16 km from Manali, the picturesque Rehalla Falls is a result of spilling water from steep rocks and melting glaciers. It is perched at an altitude of 9,000 ft. and provides you an excellent view of the nature around. The entire area is also characterised by the forest of deodar, silver birch trees and a fresh and aromatic air.

Distance / Location

  • Manali to Delhi : 570 Kms

  • Manali to Shimla : 260 Kms

  • Manali to Dharamshala : 235 Kms

  • Manali to Chandigarh : 280 Kms

  • Manali to Rohtang Pass : 51 Kms

  • Manali to Manikaran : 85 Kms

  • Manali to Dalhousie (via Lahru) : 360 Kms

  • Delhi to Mandi : 460 Kms

How to Get There:
By Air:
The nearest airport to Manali is Bhuntar, which is 52-kms from Manali. From Bhuntar one can take a taxi or a bus to Manali.

By Train:
The nearest railhead is the narrow gauze railway station, which is 95 kms from Kullu. It is better to take a taxi, by which one can stop and enjoy the nature.

By Road:
The road to Manali passes through the picturesque valley of Kullu. The motorable roads to Manali connect the town with other major tourist places in Himachal as well as in the nearby states. Both private and state government buses are in service over here.

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