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Written by Preetha Manivelan on July 21, 2020 Share on

Kullu Manali Tour Plan – Exploring The Real Glory In Nature’s Lap


Manali is one of the most loved hill stations in India. With pleasant temperature during the summer and freezing weather during the winter, Manali is no less than a heaven. The hypnotizing views of valleys and the snow-capped mountains will surely make yourself get lost in the beauty of Manali. The kind of importance that it has developed in tourism over the years is tremendously amazing. Looking for an exciting package for your trip to Manali? Then you must check out this 4 days 3 nights Kullu Manali tour plan which would surely take you to a different world altogether.

Roads in Manali
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Kullu Manali tour plan

The Kullu Manali tour plan helps you cover almost all the major places that you could visit and some exciting things that you could do there. Right from admiring the charming view of Tibetan Monastery to some majestic temples, Manali soothes your soul like no other. To know how the entire itinerary will go, keep reading to know more about your everyday plan in detail which would surely make you end up in booking a trip to Manali.

Kullu Manali, India
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Day-wise itinerary

So, here it goes:

Day 1Arrival at Manali
Day 2Manali sightseeing
Day 3Manali sightseeing
Day 4Departure from Manali

Day 1 – Arrival at Manali

Once you set your feet at Manali, hire a cab and head to the hotel. After getting done with all the check-in procedures, take that much-needed rest before you start to explore the town. The first day is at leisure. Hence, you can either chill in the room or visit the nearby markets for shopping. Don’t forget to taste the street food there.

The streets of Manali
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Day 2 – Manali sightseeing

On the 2nd day of the Kullu Manali tour plan, you can enjoy the half-day Manali expedition in which you will be visiting the top attractions like Hadimba Devi Temple, Vashisht Village and Temple, Vashisht Hot Water Springs, Van Vihar and the very famous Tibetan Monastery. And, in the second half of the day, you can visit some nearby attractions like shopping malls and the markets of Manali to shop your heart out. Post which, head back to the hotel and stay overnight.

Hadimba Devi Temple
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Day 3 – Manali sightseeing

Having almost completed half of your trip, the next thing you can do is a full-day outing to Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass. Please check for the availability before you proceed. Have your breakfast and head to these astonishing attractions. Here, you can also try skiing, snow scooter ride and horse riding. After having a full day of fun, make your way back to the hotel.

Solang Valley
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Day 4 – Departure from Manali

On the final day of the 4 days 3 nights Kullu Manali tour plan, have your breakfast and complete all the check-out procedures. Then, you can leave the hotel to enjoy a tour to Kullu and Naggar castle and a few activities including river rafting. There, you can visit Shawl factory, Gayatri Mata, Gauri Shankar Temple, Naggar Castle, Art Gallery, Shiva Temple, and Jagatsukh Temple. With a heart filled with such happy memories, you can start your journey back from Manali.

Naggar Castle
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Be it the adventurous activities it provides or some beautiful attractions it houses, Manali has something to offer for everyone. And, with the breathtakingly beautiful landscapes painted with white snow, don’t you think it’s one way of hypnotism that Manali does? If you are already excited enough to plan a trip to this amazing hill station, head out to the website of Pickyourtrail to get some cool packages to Kullu Manali in India. So, what are you waiting for? Enjoy the unique experience that Manali has to offer by choosing this Kullu Manali tour plan. Leave a Whatsapp inquiry for more options.

Happy exploring!

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