Places to visit in Manali

Places to visit in Manali cannot be converted into one exhaustive list because this small town has been blessed under the hand of nature which has made every corner and street beautiful. Manali is frequented by the nature lovers all through the years however the winters ie from October to February is supposed to be the best time to visit Manali. Places to visit in Manali can be best enjoyed during the chilly winters as the travellers can enjoy the fresh snowfall. It is so cold there that temperature falls down below zero degree. The fun in summers is different because one can escape from the scorching heat of the plains and get respite there. The months of March to June are pleasant with the nights being quite cold so woollens are required at that time. The best part of these months is that the flora and fauna of this place are in full swing and bloom. The fresh flowers, red apples, the juicy cherries and so many other things are a treat to the eyes as well as tongue.

Places to visit in Manali offer a complete different view when the rains start. The region experiences heavy rain during the months of July and August causing Landslides sometimes. That is why that is one part of the year where a dip in the tourists’ arrival is observed; otherwise the whole year round the place is full of adventure and nature lovers. From honey moon couples to trekkers to families to the group of youngsters who have just come over their weekend trip or even sometimes a college students who come for excursion you can find everyone here. With so many different sections of tourists the demand of each of them is bound to be different.

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Places to visit in Manali

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