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You can now enjoy lush green views and breathtaking landscapes with best-in-class yet affordable ride packages from Epicmototours.  

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Gone are the days when one had to spend lots of hard-earned money on adventurous bike trips.  

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Suzuki access 125cc
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Royal Enfield Classic 350cc
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Scram 411cc
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Hunter 350cc
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Exploring the Heartof 
Manali the Snow-Capped Treasure

Whether you're travelling alone to find inner peace, going on an adventure backpacking trip with your besties, or taking your significant other on a honeymoon, Manali and its mountains will never cease to fascinate you. The hill town has developed into a haven for those with a wandering spirit and contains some cultural treasures that are exclusive to this region of the world. It is located in the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India. It's the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life as it is surrounded by the majestic Himalayan Mountains,  pristine rivers, and lustrous groves. It is an ideal destination for tourists looking to explore the magical landscape because Manali has something magical for everyone. Whether you are looking for some adventure or just want to relax and enjoy the scenery, Manali has it all. You can go sightseeing around local attractions like Hadimba Temple and Vashisht Hot Springs or explore the nearby Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. There are also many activities like river rafting, paragliding, skiing, trekking, and camping that you can enjoy in Manali. 

The Top 5 Must-See Places in Manali 

The Mall Road

The Mall Road is one of the most popular spots in Manali. It has numerous shops selling traditional items like shawls, handicrafts, and jewellery as well as modern apparel, accessories, and souvenirs.

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Hadimba Temple:

This ancient temple was built in 1553 A.D., dedicated to Hadimba Devi – wife of Bhima from the Mahabharata epic. It is situated in the middle of a dense forest and surrounded by tall deodar trees making it an ideal spot for peace and tranquillity seekers alike. 

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Nyingmapa Buddhist Temple

This ancient temple was built in 1553 A.D., dedicated to Hadimba Devi – wife of Bhima from the Mahabharata epic. It is situated in the middle of a dense forest and surrounded by tall deodar trees making it an ideal spot for peace and tranquillity seekers alike. 

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Solang Valley:

Also known as Snow Point, Solang Valley offers some of the best skiing experiences in India with its slopes covered with snow from December to February. The valley also has several adventure sports such as paragliding, zorbing, horse riding, and more! 

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Hampta Pass

The Hampta Pass trek,labeledd as an easy-to-medium-difficulty Himalayan trek, provides breathtaking views of the Kullu Valley and Lahaul Valley. Another major draw of the trek is Chandratal Lake, which is located en route. The pass is located at an elevation of over 4000 metres in the Pir Panjal Range, and the route includes incredibly fascinating river crossings. 

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The Best Time to Visit Manali &
What To Expect During Your Trip 

Manali is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India and offers a plethora of activities for tourists. The best time to visit depends on what kind of experience you are looking for. If you want to experience snowfall, winter is the best time but if you are looking for lush green landscapes and pleasant weather, then summer should be your ideal choice. 

 

No matter when you decide to go, there's always something fun and exciting waiting for you in Manali! From paragliding, trekking, skiing or simply exploring the local culture and cuisine - there are plenty of things to do that will make your trip memorable.  

 

Manali is also known for its unique and delicious cuisine that has been passed down through generations. The food specialties of Manali are a reflection of the region’s culture and geography. The local ingredients are used to create some of the most delicious dishes that you will ever taste. From iconic dishes like Sidu and Chana Madra to more modern interpretations like Dham it has delicacies to relish for everyone. 

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