1- Hidimba Temple.
The Dhungiri Temple is often named. In the region, it is one of the most significant temples. The Hadimba Temple is connected with a house of ancient grotto, dedicated to the supreme character of the Mahabharat, Mata Hadimba Devi. Hadimba Goddess was known also as the demon sister.
N Hadimb reigned in mountains and was terrified of them all and later became Prince Bhima’s wife of the Pandava. The temple is surrounded by dense, very lovely deodar forests that look like a Japanese pagoda with distinctive wood&stone architecture.
2- Manu Temple
The temple of Manu Rishi in India is the only one that, by mythology, is believed to be the creator of humans. It is in Old Manali and 3 km away from the city of Manali, linked by a road through the Manali Community Center, with the main market.
3- Maa Sharvari Temple.
The temple is located five kilometers far from the main market, over the village of Shaminallah.
Deity Sharvaris is iconic of the Kullov kings’ Kuldevi and is one of the most famous religious deities of this country. This temple is the testimony of many devotees all year round. The temples of this area are one of the finest and most ancient. Maa Sharvari is Goddess Durga’s personification. This temple design is unbelievably tremendous and demonstrates pleasant engineering efficiency.
The Temple of Jagatsuk is located on the Naggar route, 7 km away from Manali. The former capital of Kullu, founded and designed around the beginning of the 8th century. The Shikhara-style temple. This one. It is bordered by attractive valleys and high mountains covered with snow which look fantastic in winter.
05-The Gaurishankar Temple
From Manali, it is 24 km. The temple of Gaurishankar at the village of Dashal is very near to Naggar on the road from Naggar-Manali. His exquisite steel gravures from the late Gupta period are the main attraction of the temple. On an elevated platform, the temple is shaped like a pyramid, with a square shape on the ground and a dome on the roof.
06- Vashisht Hot Water Spring.
The Temple of Vashisht is situated 4 km northwest of the town of Manali.
On the way to Solang Valley Vashisht thermal springs came across. Visit this place to enjoy a hot spring soak. If you don’t have this sulfur blister (which is fantastic for treating body pain and bone suffering), you’ll probably find the smell nauseous, but it’s definitely worth the effort to conquer your freezing experience and pluck it into the hot spring bath.
07- Club House.
The core of the city is Club House Manali, near the Mall lane. It has a wide range of amenities, including an ice rink, an auditorium, a billiard lounge, a bookstore, a pub, and a restaurant. This is one of Manali’s most fun and favorite places for children.
Solang is 15 kilometers northwest of the town of Manali.
It sits at an average altitude of 2.560 meters above sea level and is one of the most picturesque attractions in Manali. Solang Valley is renowned for hosting different sports, including skiing, paragliding, trekking, and more.
It is one of the most popular places for tourists to hike. Between the Solang village and Beas Kund, the Solang natural depression provides majestic views over the mountain and the glaciers.
The town of Jogni Falls is 3 km.
Jogni Falls is an enticing waterfall in the Himachal Pradesh neighborhood of the Vashisht Village. Trekking from the Vashisht Temple will hit the waterfall. It’s also one of Manali’s major places to visit and one of Manali’s popular places.
10- Rahala Water Falls
Rahala is 15 km from Manali waterfall,
The path to Rohtang Pass is Rahala Falls. The effect of the melting of Glaciers in general is this fall. It is located in the very intimate region of Silver Birch and Deodars, surrounded by thick growth. The scent is sparkling and travels through the senses of all guests. The tropical Himalaya surrounded by snow is a wonderful panoramic view from the surrounding area during the summer months.
11- Kothi Village
The village of Kothi is one of Manali’s most scenic sights. Worth looking at is the stunning view of the valley. This is a perfect place for lovers of nature, poets, and painters. The temple of the goddess Shuwang Chandika is also known as Koshtampi.
12- Nehru Kund
On the National Highway to Leh, it is about 5 km from Manali.
The ride to the Nehru Kund takes about 5 kilometers to Keylong, straight from the city center of Manali. All will be thrilled by the calm of this area with the cold and unspoiled water. It came from Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who used to drink water when he visited Manali from the natural spring.
13- Rohtang Pass
It is situated at an altitude of 4,111 meters at a distance of 51 km from Manali main.
This is one of Manali’s biggest attractions for visitors. It’s a paradise for sports of adventure such as paragliding, snow-scooter, skiing, and more. From the end of April or the first week of May to October, Rohtang’s pass is open for visitors.
14- Old Manali
Old Manali is three kilometers away from New Manali. It takes no more than 20 minutes to walk uphill, on average, easily accessible from Foot. She is a lot less crowded and has many international backpackers and tourists who spend weeks or months there. It’s also one of Manali’s major places to visit and one of Manali’s popular places.