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Manali Kasol Tour

4 Nights 5 Days Manali Kasol Tour

Here’s your chance to explore the various sightseeing places that were ruled by the prestigious Kings

4 Nights 5 Days

Pickup & Drop - Delhi/Chandigarh

Per Person - 13,800

Min. 4 Person

Day-1( Delhi-Manali)
Our representative will greet you at a predetermined spot in Delhi and help you transfer to Manali. We'll ensure you have a smooth and enjoyable journey, so you can relax and enjoy your time in Manali. The Himalayan Highlands is one of the most beautiful places on earth. And Delhi to Manali is one of the best ways to experience them. The journey takes you through some of the most stunning scenery in the world and gives you a chance to experience the people's culture and way of life in this region.
The journey from Delhi to Manali is long but worth it. The scenery is breathtaking, and the experience is truly unique. If you have the opportunity to take this journey, then you should do so.
Day 2 (Manali Local Sight Seeing)
Manali is a hill station located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, at an average elevation of 1,970 meters. It's the perfect place for you to unwind, relax and rejuvenate. Several hill stations and valleys like Bhuntar, Solang, Kullu, and Kasol surround Manali. Thus, it's a popular destination among tourists from all over the country.
The Manali city tour is first stop in your Manali kasol vacation is the Manali city tour. You can start at Mall Road, the central shopping place in Manali. You can enjoy the local markets and buy souvenirs. After enjoying your trip to Mall Road, you can move towards the Rohtang Pass. You can enjoy a lot of activities and campfires in the mountains.
The first day of the Manali Tour Package includes a drive to Hadimba Devi Temple. The temple, dedicated to Goddess Durga, is a primary Hindu pilgrimage site. It is built on the mountain's slopes and is a popular tourist attraction. You can find a beautiful view of the snow-clad mountains from the temple complex. After visiting the temple, you can go to Vashisht Village. It is a famous hot spring. There are many hotels, restaurants, and shops in Vashisht. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most picturesque places in Manali.
Day 3 (Rohtang pass and sightseeing)
After Breakfast at Hotel, Proceed for Rohtang Pass Tour by Taxi. Rohtang Pass is a mountain pass in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas in the Lahaul and Spiti districts of north-eastern Himachal Pradesh, India. At the height of 4,370 m (14,350 ft) above sea level, it is the highest motorable road in India and also the highest point in the Indian portion of the Himalayas. It is located on the watershed line between the Beas River and the Tar River. Rohtang Pass is the gateway to the Lahaul, Spiti, and Kinnaur regions of the Himalayas in the Himachal Pradesh state of India. Rohtang Pass is considered the most dangerous pass in the world due to its frequent blizzards and avalanches.
Day 4 ( Manali To Kasol And Manikaran Local Sight Seeing)
After breakfast at the hotel, we drive to kasol. En route, we will take a break at a local hotel for tea/coffee. Kasol is a beautiful village with natural surroundings. We will visit kasol local market and then will drive to manikaran. On arrival at manikaran, check in at the hotel, and after lunch, we will visit manikaran hot springs. It is an ancient Hindu pilgrimage site. The present-day temple is known as the Jwalaji Temple. After evening prayer, we will dip in the hot springs and refresh. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5 (Arriving back in Delhi/ Chandigarh) Finish the Trip with a Bag Full of Life time experience and Memories.
When you reflect on a travel experience, you want to remember the things that brought joy. You want to remember the views, delicious meals, and interesting people you met. You want to remember how you felt when you were there.


  • Everyday Breakfast and Dinner
  • AC Vehicle
  • English talking guide amid the city visit
  • Mineral Water
  • Driver Allowance
  • Toll Taxes and Parking
  • State charges
  • Fuel
  • All the present appropriate duties


  • Monument charges
  • Tips, Laundry, Phone calls
  • Some other costs not specified previously.

1. Which is the best time to visit Manali and Kasol?

Manali is a high-altitude tourist hub. The best time to visit Manali is during the summer, between May and October. You don't have to worry about the extreme cold and snowfall from December to February. The maximum temperature in winter months is 10 to 20-degree celsius. The best time to visit Kasol is during the spring, between March and May, and September to October. Summer is also not hot, which makes this place perfect. However, you will have to face the rain and the snowfall from July to September. The best time to visit Himachal is between November to February, as it is the winter season and when every place in the state is covered by snow.

2. What should I buy in Manali?

Manali is a famous tourist place. It is called the queen of mountains. It is heaven for adventure lovers. So if you are an adventure lover, you must visit Manali. I have seen many tourists wearing shawls, woolen caps and jackets, dorjes and boots, handicrafts like Thukpa, cheese sticks, cashmere sweaters, and other such kinds of stuff that can keep you warm. So if you are planning to buy something from Manali, you must purchase these things.

3. Is breakfast part of the tour package?

Yes, the breakfast is part of the tour package. You won’t have to worry about anything. The holiday packages are complete, so you just have to show up the for your taxi and enjoy the trip.

4. What are the best places to see in Manali?

Manali is the most famous hill station in India. The very name of this city makes us feel refreshed and relaxed. The pleasant weather of this city made it a favorite destination for honeymooners and vacationers. Tourists and people visit Manali to visit its natural beauty. However, it has several beautiful as well as famous places to see. The best places to visit in Manali are Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Manu Temple, Vashisht Village, Hadimba Temple, Jhiri, and Naggar.

5. What are the best places to see in Kasol?

The main attraction of Kasol is its nature and surroundings. You can enjoy the mountains and the lake in Kasol. Lake is a perfect place to chill out and hang out with your friends and family. One can go rafting in the lake, enjoy the sunset, go fishing, and go boating. Apart from that, you can hike from Kasol to Dharamkot. The hike is a perfect activity for spending time with family and friends, and it will be very adventurous for everyone. Some other places you must visit are Dhar Park, Arundhathiyar Falls, Deo Tibba, Zing Zing Bar, Chandrakani Temple, Tirthan valley, and Khirganga. You can see snow peaks from this place, that is why this place is called Mini Switzerland of Kullu.

6. Is there nightlife in Kasol and Manali?

Yes. The Manali-Kasol road is known for its outstanding nightlife. You can find bars, pubs, discos, and restaurants in this region. You can also enjoy your stay in Manali with the soothing sounds of live music. You can also spend time with your friends around a bonfire. Living costs are cheap here, so that you can enjoy your time to the core.
Kasol is the leading party town in Himachal Pradesh. It is famous for its pubs, discos, and rave parties. The main pub street is popularly known as the Hippie Trail. The vibe of all party animals, Rage is the most famous place in Kasol. It is a five-storey building with a full-fledged bar, nightclub, and restaurant. Another great nightlife destination is the Aman-E-Khas in Manali. It is an old heritage property that has a bar and a restaurant. Tourists can also visit the famous Indian musicians Swarathma and Parikrama, who perform at the Aman-E-Khas.

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