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Manikaran Hot Springs
Open :05.00AM-11.00PM
The simmering heat of the spring is a rare sight to behold and immerse in. The tranquil hymns of the Gurudwara and the devout chants of the Shiva Temple welcome the traveller to this sacred spot on the banks of the river Parvati. According to legend, Guru Nanak lifted a stone and underneath sprang the phenomenal Manikaran hot springs.
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Raghunath Temple
Open :08.00AM-01.00PM

Located at a height of 2,056 mts above sea level, the Raghunath Temple is dedicated to Lord Rama. Built in 1660 by Raja Jagat Singh, the majestic temple is famous for the idol from the Tretnath Temple in Ayodhya. Blending Pahari and Pyramid style of architecture and made with exquisite white marble and intricate carvings, the temple is situated on a hillock and is believed to safeguard the entire valley.

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Roerich Art Gallery and Museum
Open :09.00AM-05.00PM

A must-visit for art lovers, the erstwhile residence of the renowned Russian painter Nicholas Roerich. The museum houses many rare paintings, photographs and other works of art. A great number of exquisite paintings of Kullu, Spiti and Lahaul can be found here, nestled in surroundings of lush green that are alive with the sweet symphony of the river Beas and melodious bird calls.

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Sissu Waterfall

Locally called Khagling, the Sissu Waterfall lies on the banks of Chandra River in Lahaul Valley. Cascading gorgeously from a height of about 50 mts, the water in the falls comes from the glaciers of the Himalayan range. Often called one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Himalayan region, the tranquil surrounding and picturesque landscape make this a must-see on your visit to Manali.

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Dhungari Temple
Open :05.00AM-06.00PM

One of the most popular temples in Manali, the Dhunagiri temple is a four-storeyed structure that lies amid a forest, called Dhungiri Van Vihar. Built in 1553 and dedicated to Goddess Hidimbi (wife of Bheem, one of the five Pandava brothers of epic Mahabharata). With a magnificent wooden doorway with elaborate miniature paintings and mud walls, the temple has a stone carrying the Goddess' footprint.

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Naggar Castle
Open :09.00AM-06.00PM

The erstwhile home of the Maharaja of Kullu.Situated at a short distance from the resort, this historic mediaeval castle built over 500 years ago, Naggar Castle overlooks the spectacular Kullu Valley. Built in the authentic western Himachali Kath-Kuni style of architecture. Nestled in the lap of nature by the river Beas, it offers mesmerising views of snow-clad mountains and houses the famous Roerich Art Gallery.

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Trekking in Manali
Manali is a popular destination for nature lovers who enjoy high altitude trekking amidst unexplored landscapes. Lofty snow-capped mountains, lush valleys and forests, and meandering streams make the perfect backdrop for an expedition in the hills. From the verdant wilderness of Manali and Kasol to the stunning Parvati Parvat and Putasar Lake, explore nature at its pristine best.
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Rohtang Pass
The Rohtang Pass or Atal Tunnel was built under the majestic Rohtang Pass in the eastern Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway. Equipped with high-speed connectivity and safety measures, this 9 km long tunnel offers some of the most gorgeous views in the world, including the lofty Himalayan peaks of Dhauladhar, hanging glaciers, the scenic Dhundi valley, the blissful Chandra river, the Sissu waterfall and the beautiful Keylong valley. Discover the formerly inaccessible hidden gems of Himachal here.
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Vashisht Village

A quieter version of Old Manali, Vashisht Village is located around 3 km from Manali across the River Beas. The village has a mythological significance as Sage Vashist, one of the Seven Great Rishis, is believed to have meditated here. Dotted with numerous rest houses, restaurants, and souvenir shops, the village is most known for its natural hot water spring which is believed to have great healing powers.

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Jana Waterfall
Open :08.00AM-08.00PM

At a short distance from the Naggar Castle is the Jana waterfall, whose source is hidden within snow-capped mountains.Breathtakingly beautiful, this 30-feet-high waterfall is surrounded by fragrant pine and deodar trees, apple orchards and spectacular snow-covered mountain peaks. 

This fall is a charming picnic spot and at first sight of the falls is hidden. Enjoy a refreshing bath at this falls or a leisurely swim in the small pool of this falls.  

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Visit Nyingmapa Tibetan Monastery
Open :06.00AM-07.00PM
A short walk from the resort is the serene Nyingmapa Tibetan Buddhist monastery, exuding an aura all its own. The Nyingmapa Tibetan monastery is a charming place to relax and meditate, surrounded by the pristine beauty of nature and the lofty mountain views. The tranquillity here is unparalleled. A famous spot and holy Buddhist and Monastery of Manali, it is located close to the Mall road of Manali and boasts of a large statue of Lord Buddha.
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Skiing and Snowboarding in the Solang Valley
Open :10.00AM-04.00PM
An hour away from the resort on the way to Atal Tunnel are the powder-white slopes of the Solang valley. Offering an unforgettable destination for thrilling adventures like paragliding, horse riding, snow skiing, snow biking, gondola rides and zorbing. For those passionate about adventure, nothing compares to the breathtaking experience of whizzing down the heights of this astonishing slide of paradise.
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