Places to visit in manali just for the snow fall.

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. People from around the globe come to enjoy their summers as they seek respite from the scorching heat of the plains. A lot of crowd in Manali can be seen from Delhi and the surrounding region of NCR who drive down to Manali to do away from the heat strokes during the month of April and May. Another reason which keeps the footfalls increasing are the summer vacations in the schools during the months of May and June which make families plan their trip to Manali and other nearby hill stations.

But that does not mean that the crowd lessens or the footfalls drop during the winters. What draws them to the cold and chilly winds of Manali is the picturesque view of snowfall. The white sheet of snow which covers the entire state of Himachal Pradesh makes it look all the more beautiful and a completely different side of nature can be seen. However in some cases the roads and highways are blocked but otherwise a lot of people visit the hill station just for the snow fall. 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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