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Manali: Holiday in the Valley of Gods

Often referred to as the 'Valley of the Gods', Manali is a resort town tucked in the mountains beside the Kullu valley. In addition to using Manali as an important stop on the Indo-Tibet trading route, the British also converted the fertile lands into apple orchards. 

While the sprawling green of the valley is flecked with the bright red of apples during August and September, the winter months transform the landscape into a fluffy white expanse. The river Beas flows through the town, creating a breathtaking sight. Manali offers ample avenues for those seeking an adrenaline rush, with options like trekking, climbing, rafting, skiing and paragliding.

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Important Information

State: Himachal Pradesh

Destination Type: Hill Station

Close to: Shimla 250 km, Chandigarh 300 km, Delhi 540 km

Nearest Sterling Resort: Sterling Dharamshala, Sterling Kufri

Languages: English, Hindi and Punjabi

Railway Station: Chandigarh

Airport: Kullu

Summer: April to June. Temperature ranges between 12°C and 25°C. 

Monsoon: July and August. The region experiences heavy rainfall during this time.

Winter: September to March. Temperature can dip to -3°C during December and January.

1. Carry approproiate clothing to manage the heavy snowfall during winter.

2. Manali is one of the very few destinations in India where all four seasons can be experienced distinctly. 


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