Malt Abbey Studio Villa, Glacier Water, BBQ Manali

Seluruh vila. Hos: Garvitt

  1. 3 tetamu
  2. 1 bilik tidur
  3. 1 katil
  4. 1 tempat mandi
Ruang kerja khusus
Bilik persendirian dengan wifi yang sesuai untuk bekerja.
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*Breakfast Complementary
"Practically glacier water stream Go through our property"

At Chalet, you experience Best and unfiltered bond with nature as the gorgeous snow-clad mountains and verdant embrace you, in all their purity. Oozing rustic wooden charm, paired with earthy colour palettes and scenic open-air spots, this luxuriously magnificent villa is the best. Watch snowflakes drift to the ground as you indulge in a fun session or snuggle up with your loved ones by the bonfire & Barbeque...

Malt Chalet is the best & special because of its..

- Panoramic views of snowy peaks - Mountain views
- Apple, pear and cherry orchards
- Location on hilltop
- Wooden interiors
-"Practically glacier water stream Go through our property"
-Apple trees inside the property

We care for your absolute comfort! To that effect, we provide..
- Heater, WiFi
- Wardrobe, hangers
- Iron, torch, washing machine
- Geysers, towels, toiletries
- Medical kit
- Barbecue kit
- Secured parking space

- The bedroom is on the first floor.
- Blankets, WiFi and attached bathrooms are offered with the Studio Villa
- The room has a king-sized bed.

- There is an attached bathroom.
- The bathroom has a geyser, towels and basic toiletries

Walk-In Closet

Balcony & Patio
Attached Balcony for panoramic snow capped mountain and pine tree view
The apple, pear and cherry orchard is great to have a walk around.

-The kitchen is equipped with basic cooking utensils.
- Crockery is available
- Cooking and consumption of non-vegetarian food is allowed.

- Breakfast is complimentary
- Guests can also choose to eat à la carte, from a selection of freshly prepared vegetarian and non-vegetarian local specialties.

Manali weather , Manali Temperature is Awesome..

Kemudahan di penginapan ini

Pemandangan terusan
Pemandangan latar langit bandar
Ski masuk/Ski keluar
Ruang kerja khusus
Tempat letak kereta percuma di premis
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7 malam di Manali

12 Okt 2022 - 19 Okt 2022

1 ulasan

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Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India

*Apple Orchids all around
Among the most preferred hill stations of all times, Manali is a backpackers and honeymooners’ den. It is a heavenly abode known for its adventurous escapades. As a true combination of fun and peace, you will never run out of things to do in Manali. So, while you’re enjoying your luxurious stay at Exotica Manali, here are a few nearby places and activities we recommend to make your stay even more memorable.
- Experience the best of Rahala Falls
- Pay a visit to some nearby famous temples - Hidimba Temple, Manu Temple, Raghunath Temple and Gauri Temple
- Indulge in some exciting activities like camping, trekking, rafting and skiing
- Explore the past in the Museum of Himalayan Culture and Folk Art
- Practice yoga at Shri Hari Yoga Ashram
- Take a ride on Yak at Manali Wildlife Sanctuary.

1. Hadimba Temple, Manali
Also known by the names Hidimba Devi Temple and Dhungari Temple, this ancient shrine was built by Maharaja Bahadur Singh way back in 1553. As the name suggests, the temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi, wife of Bheema. The wooden architecture of the shrine is very distinct from most Hindu temples you will come across in the country. There’s another shrine dedicated to Hidimba Devi’ son Ghatotkacha in the premises. Surrounded by thick cedar groves and with snow-capped mountains serving as the backdrop, the temple is one of the best places to visit in Manali.

Location: Old Manali
Timings: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm; every day

2. Solang Valley, Manali
A mini valley located at about 8400 feet above sea level, Solang Nala is a short drive away from Manali. It is a haven for adventure and sports lovers and while here, you can try your skills on a pair of skis or go for a snowmobile exploration. When the weather warms up, people flock here for zorbing and paragliding. You can also hop onto a cable car and enjoy mesmerizing views of the Himalayas. If you are looking for snow-based activities and sports, winters are the best time to visit while the months of summer are ideal for other adventure sports.

Location: Burwa, Manali
Distance from Manali: 14 km (approx.)

3. Jogini Waterfalls, Manali
The rushing cascades of Jogini Falls are a short and invigorating trek away from the main town of Manali. The trail that leads to the waterfall is scenic and gives you a glimpse of the River Beas and the snow-capped peaks of Rohtang. Apart from the serene setting, Jogini is also an important place of pilgrimage and you can visit many old shrines around the pool at the bottom. An early start is recommended so that you can spend more time at this picturesque natural spot, which is one of the top trekking as well as picnic places in Manali.

Location: Vashisht Village, Manali
Timings: 24×7

4. Manu Temple, Manali
The Manu Temple is dedicated to an old sage after whom it has been named. The pagoda-style architecture of the shrine stands out amidst the deep valleys and mountain peaks that form a postcard-worthy backdrop. You will have to hike a little to reach the temple, but the views at the summit and the spiritual vibes it exudes make all your efforts completely worth it.

Location: Old Manali
Timings: 6:00 am to 5:00 pm; every day

5. The Manali Gompa, Manali
The ornate design and the quintessential Tibetan architecture make the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, more commonly referred to as the Manali Gompa, one of the finest landmarks in Manali. Built by Tibetan refugees in the 1960s, this monastery allows you to enjoy quiet settings and unmatched spiritual vibes. Some of the key highlights of the Manali Gompa include exquisite murals that depict important events of Buddhism in vivid colors and roofs built in the Pagoda style. The stalls in the complex are a good place to pick up some souvenirs and Tibetan handicraft items.

Location: Old Manali Road, Manali
Timings: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm; closed on Sundays

6. Bhrigu Lake, Manali
Take a moment and think of postcard-perfect alpine meadows and evergreen tree forests near a serene high-altitude water body. Well, you have just now pictured Bhrigu Lake, one of the best trekking destinations around Manali. A bit of acclimatization is needed if you are going for the trek as the lake is located more than 4000 meters above sea level. The scenery and panoramic views of the Pir Panjal Range are what draws most visitors to this place.

Location: Kullu District, Manali
Distance from Manali: 19 km (approx.)

7. Hampta Pass, Manali
Counted as one of the easy-to-medium-difficulty Himalayan treks, the Hampta Pass trek allows you to enjoy mesmerizing views of the Kullu Valley and Lahaul Valley. The Chandratal Lake located en route is another key attraction of the trek. The pass is located on the Pir Panjal Range at an elevation of over 4000 meters and the route includes fascinating river crossings. There are many groups in Manali that conduct Hampta Pass trekking tours and their charges vary based on the itinerary and the number of days.

8. Nehru Kund, Manali
A natural spring located on the Manali – Rohtang Pass Highway, Nehru Kund is a good place to visit during summers. The spring is named so because Nehru, India’s first prime minister, used to visit it during his stay in Manali and drink water from this natural spring. The clear waters and the calm Himalayan landscapes make this a good stop for those heading over to the Rohtang Pass. It goes without saying that Nehru Kund makes for an ideal destination for photographers and nature lovers.

Location: Vashisht, Manali
Timings: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm; every day

9. Arjun Gufa (Arjun Cave), Manali
Located close to the gushing currents of the Beas River, the Arjun Cave is associated with a legendary story from the Hindu epic Mahabharata. As per the legend, Arjun, who was one of the Pandava brothers, meditated here. One of the best places near Manali for a basket picnic, Arjun Cave offers stunning views of the hills and the valleys surrounding it. You can also visit the Kunt Bhayo Lake and Kunti Mata Temple, two of the key attractions near the cave.

Location: Near Prini Village, Manali
Distance from Manali: 21 km (approx.)

10. Van Vihar, Manali
If you are looking for some tranquil moments in the bohemian setting of Manali town, a short stroll through the Van Vihar Park is highly recommended. One of the most popular attractions in Manali, Van Vihar is a public park complete with lushness and sky touching deodar trees. You can even hop onto a boat and maneuver around the man-made lake here. Bird watchers will enjoy spotting local species in the park, especially in the morning hours.

Location: Dhungri Village, Manali
Timings: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm (summer); 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (winter)
Entry Fee: ₹ 5 per person; ₹ 30 for 15 minutes of boating

11. Himalayan Nyingmapa Buddhist Temple, Manali
The soothing silence of the Nyingmapa Buddhist Temple in Manali will calm even the most frazzled of nerves. This Shangri-La-like haven sits in the middle of the busy town, while its pagoda-style architecture and vibrant tones add a mystical allure to the whole setting. While here, don’t forget to spin the prayer wheels and admire the Sakyamuni idol and wall paintings. Counted among the best monasteries in Manali, Nyingmapa is where you can connect with your spiritual side.

Location: Near Manali Mall Road, Manali
Timings: 6:00 am to 7:00 pm; every day
Entry Fee: No entry fee; photography is charged at ₹ 20

12. Vashisht Hot Water Springs and Temple, Manali
A place of great spiritual importance, Vashisht village is home to a beautiful temple set amidst the dramatic Himalayan topography. It is believed that the temple has a history of more than 4000 years and the interiors of the shrine feature wooden carvings, antique figures, and paintings. What makes this destination even more unique is the presence of hot springs that are believed to hold healing properties. What’s more, the place also offers modern-day visitors a glimpse into the old history of Manali. You can also enjoy some shopping in the surrounding area – the woolens here are very famous.

Location: Vashisht Village, Manali
Timings (Temple): 7:00 am to 9:00 pm; every day

13. Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art, Manali
Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art, Manali
Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art | #13 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

A quick stop at the Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art is recommended for those who want a glimpse into the traditions and rich local heritage of the region. Some of the exhibits here include a collection of masks used in festival dances, traditional garments, and musical instruments. Established in 1998, this small yet culturally rich place also has models of ancient houses and temples.

Location: Utopia Complex, Hadimba Temple Road, Manali
Timings: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (April to November); 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (December to March)
Entry Fee: ₹ 10 per person

14. Kothi, Manali
Kothi, Manali
Kothi | #14 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Located on the iconic Spiti highway at an altitude of 2500 meters, Kothi is a charming hamlet in the mountains that is renowned for its scenic setting and the majestic views it offers of the snow-capped peaks and glaciers. It is at the foothills of Rohtang Pass and the terrain is sculpted by the Beas which flows through this part of the region. The village is also a perfect spot for camping, especially if you are planning to explore Rohtang Pass on foot. The village also has a temple dedicated to Goddess Shuwang Chandika.

Distance from Manali: 14 km (approx.)

15. Beas River, Manali
Beas River, Manali
Beas River | #15 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

The Beas River is a natural landmark in the region that will accompany you on most parts of your Manali trip. Vashisht village is considered to be one of the best places to enjoy excellent views of the river valley while a trip to Kothi will bring you up close to its clear blue waters. The Beas is a hub of water sports such as kayaking and rafting and the village of Pridi is considered to have some of the most exciting rapids.

16. Great Himalayan National Park, Manali
Great Himalayan National Park, Manali
Great Himalayan National Park | #16 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Touted as one of the best places to visit in Manali and its surrounding regions, the Great Himalayan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park is home to many rare species, including over 1000 plants, 209 bird species, and 31 mammal species. The elusive snow leopard is the apex predator here, and there are populations of the Himalayan tahr and brown bears. Photographers will relish capturing the wildflowers and glacial valleys that dot the entire terrain. You can also engage in some fun nature activities like hiking and camping in designated areas of the National Park. Permits to enter the park need to be obtained in advance and the park offers many simple yet decent accommodation options within it.

Distance from Manali: 49 km (approx.)
Timings: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm; every day
Entry Fee: ₹ 50 for Indians; ₹ 200 for foreigners

17. Gulaba, Manali
Gulaba, Manali
Gulaba | #17 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

A trip to Manali should include visits to nearby villages to experience the distinct culture of the place along with stunning visuals. You will not be disappointed if you add Gulaba to your list. A favorite haunt for winter travelers who yearn for some snowy landscapes, the village has some of the most captivating trekking routes in Himachal Pradesh. Many consider it a good spot for camping and stargazing because of the low light pollution and high altitude.

Distance from Manali: 20 km (approx.)

18. Old Manali, Manali
Old Manali, Manali
Old Manali | #18 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Old Manali refers to the more antiquated part of town. Here, visitors can wander around the streets and catch vignettes of a bygone age, when Manali was a sleepy pilgrimage town before the backpackers arrived in droves. Old Manali offers some of the best views in the region because of the forests and apple orchards around the settlement. The bridge over the high-current Manaslu River separates Old Manali from the main town and is an iconic image in itself. While here, you can go café crawling at some of the popular cafés in Manali, such as Café 1947, Born Free, Evergreen, and Sunshine or go on a shopping spree and buy dream catchers, boho chic clothing, shrugs, and woolens.

19. Rahala Falls, Manali
During the monsoon and post-monsoon seasons, Rahala Falls is an incredibly powerful sight, with its waters cascading onto the rocks and spraying the visitors with fresh, cold mountain water. There are many picnic areas near the falls where you can tuck into some basket goodies and enjoy a great time with your family and friends. There are many beautiful hiking trails around the waterfalls and exploring the region through thickly populated deodar and silver birch trees is an experience in itself.

Location: Leh Manali Highway
Timings: 6:00 am to 5:00 pm; every day
Entry Fee: No entry fee
Distance from Manali: 29 km (approx.)

20. Jagatsukh, Manali
Jagatsukh, Manali
Jagatsukh | #20 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Jagatsukh is a delightful settlement tucked in the mountains and famous for its temples. The backdrop of shimmering snowy peaks and deep verdant forests make visiting this place a visual treat. Jagatsukh is one of the major villages in the Kullu region and a good place to enjoy some of the vernacular architecture. Those who want to trek into the Deo Tibba Mountains can use Jagatsukh as a base. The Devi Sharbali temple located here is one of the many interesting tourist places in Manali region.

Distance from Manali: 12 km (approx.)

21. Naggar Castle, Manali
Naggar Castle, Manali
Naggar Castle | #21 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Located on the Beas Valley amidst scenic surroundings, Naggar Castle is a 15th-century historical edifice in the Kullu Region. Built by Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu, the castle is now a heritage hotel run by Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation. The wooden structure of the castle is an architectural marvel and reflects the very distinct style usually found in the region, combined with some European elements added to it over the years. You can catch fantastic views of the town and the adjacent alpine forests from the castle.

Location: Naggar Town, Manali
Timings: 7:00 am to 10:00 pm (winter timings may differ)
Entry Fee: ₹ 15 per person
Distance from Manali: 21 km (approx.)

22. Rohtang Pass, Manali
Rohtang Pass, Manali
Rohtang Pass | #22 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

Dedicate a day in your Manali itinerary to visit Rohtang Pass and you will not regret it. Located at an elevation of 4000 meters above sea level, this high mountain pass on the Pir Panjal Range will leave you breathless. In addition to being a favorite hub of nature lovers, artists, and photographers for generations, Rohtang Pass is also a haven for adventure activities like mountain biking and skiing. The pass has been featured in many Bollywood movies, including Jab We Met.

Location: Leh – Manali Highway
Timings: 24×7
Distance from Manali: 51 km. (approx.)

23. Katrain, Manali
A fishing paradise, Katrain offers an undulating landscape that is rather distinct from the sweeping terrains you will encounter on the rest of your Manali excursions. The village ticks all the boxes of the quintessential Himachali village. While here, do try out some of the local delicacies filled with rustic, wholesome flavors. Apart from the bounty of trout in its crystal waters, Katrain is a good place for hiking.

Distance from Manali: 25 km (approx.)

24. Gauri Shankar Temple, Manali
Gauri Shankar Temple, Manali
Gauri Shankar Temple | #24 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

The Gauri Shankar Temple is known for its Shikhara style of architecture and numerous carvings on the stone walls. The temple, which traces its origins back to the 12th century and believed to be the last structure in the Gurjara-Pratihara traditions, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The carvings on the walls depict a variety of gods and other sacred motifs. Surrounded by lush greenery, Gauri Shankar Temple is one of the most important temples in Manali.

Location: Naggar Castle Road
Timings: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm; every day
Distance from Manali: 22 km (approx.)
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25. Manali Sanctuary, Manali
Located about 2 km from the town, Manali Sanctuary offers you an unparalleled wilderness experience. The sanctuary that spreads over 31.8 square kilometers is home to many endangered and rarely sighted species and animals. During the summer, ibex herds descend into the range, so keep your zooming lenses handy if you like to take photographs. Maple, walnut, and deodar groves add extra allure to this sanctuary, especially in the autumn months when the leaves create a tapestry of colors. Adventure seekers can opt for the trekking and camping facilities at the sanctuary.

Timings: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm; every day
Entry Fee: ₹ 10 per person

26. Nicholas Roerich Art gallery and Museum, Manali
Named after a famous Russian artist who spent decades in Himachal Pradesh after fleeing the revolution, the Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery and Museum celebrates his artistic tributes. Artifacts displayed here include rare photographs of the artist, landscape paintings, and portraits of the indigenous population. The museum, which was founded in 1962, is housed in the building that once served as his residence.

Location: Naggar Village
Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; closed on Mondays
Entry Fee: ₹ 30 per person
Distance from Manali: 21 km (approx.)

27. Chandrakhani Pass, Manali
Chandrakhani Pass, Manali
Chandrakhani Pass | #27 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali

The arresting natural beauty of Himachal Pradesh can be encapsulated by a trek to the Chandrakhani Pass. It is also at this pass that you can visit the famed village of Malana, which is home to a very distinct community and famous for its cannabis crops. Chandrakhani Pass is a favorite spot for photographers as it is a vantage point to view the prominent peaks of the region, including the Deo Tibba, the Parvati range, and the Pir Panjal.

Distance from Manali: 21 km (approx.)
This list of places to visit in Manali will tell you one thing – the place offers something for everyone. Enjoy the sight of misty peaks, test your endurance by engaging in a session of trekking or simply relax in the coziness of small-town hospitality – the choice is yours. So start making plans and find your calling.

Dihoskan oleh Garvitt

  1. Menyertai sejak Ogos 2021
  • 55 Ulasan
  • Identiti disahkan
  • Bahasa: Nederlands, English, Français, Deutsch, हिन्दी, Italiano, Português, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, Español
  • Kadar jawapan: 96%
  • Masa menjawab: dalam masa sejam
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