Waking up to the call from the frosty Mountains…

Life in Himachal Pradesh

The place with a Rich history, the mountainous state with its Himalayan landscape, the basket of fruits and Land of the Gods. Himachal Pradesh Dream of every traveler, Paradise of nature lovers.

Getting There…manali people

We always find the easiest ways In our lives and this one is about travel, The happiest time of our life. The easiest way to get Manali is to catch a flight from any major airport in India.

If you want to travel in comfort, though there are many Airlines to fly with but our preference goes to travel by IndiGo Airlines Best On-Time Performance, amazing leg space, Exciting offers for the Every Class who travel,

Don’t forget to ask for window seats they will happily offer you, and who would not like to have a window seat and fly above the great Mystical Mountains. They also have a range of magazines, which are actually good, you would get updated about the food, the festivities you might attend, and some small stories for fun.

on the flight and they pamper you with snacks throughout the journey. The quality of food and service in Business Class is exceptional. They think of every little thing and are always ready to help with a smile! The airport located 11 km from Kullu and 52 km away from Manali.

There are major busses towards Manali from the airport and even Buses from Delhi. Many Popular travelers come from Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and southern part of India. Delhi is the Volvo bus point which leaves you to your dream destination Manali by a total journey of 14 hrs. (depends on local traffic)

If you’re a Great Rider on the roads of your own city You would love to ride the curve loops, the bumpy roads and sometimes lone ride along the riverside.

Manali

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Exploring Manali was a bit of getting into Nature, The twittering of birds and the sound of the gushing water of the Beas river. Though Manali is called the Backpacking center and The starting point for bikers who plan further for LEH LADAKH.

So, life here is pretty much easy People here know about the conditions in their town So they don’t expect too much, Hardworking, Polite and always ready to help one out no matter what case it is.

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The countless farms of the surrounding country bloomed with deodars, walnut trees, and apple orchards, which is the main crop here.

Small grocery shops, a government school and a mix of wooden and concrete houses, all hugged by apple trees and the charms over here forces you to stop and see all around you. And if you are visiting through the season then Manali is flooded with visitors and yes traffic jams to…

Lovely houses of Himachal

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Houses here are the traditional Himachali Architecture. Houses here a mix of stacked stones, logs, and roof which becomes a beautiful Natures house to live.

It’s like you fall in love with the place you live. Where there a huge space to live and for the cattle and animals place called obri

we lived in the hotel, Families live in these houses here.

Traditional Food to Eat

During a stay for a week. we had the delicious food too, The special food here, people call it here as sidu (steamed bread stuffed with local seeds), and lota (a dosa-like breakfast dish) though we did not try lota. It’s better to have changed food for a week. like (badme gharpe to wahi roz wala khana hai) so, its fine to Taste the food wherever you Go.

 Things to Buy Local

You can buy Himachali outfits and handlooms from the Mall Road. we purchased some shawls here TRISHLA SHAWLS, they have their factory on the ground floor, they have the good and decent collection of shawls.

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If you want to buy some It is located on the NH21 highway in Kullu. If you want to buy some winter wear, give a visit.

Season at Mountains

We can never predict the weather of the mighty mountains. you’ll find the pleasant blanket of clear blue skies, stormy sometimes continuous rainfall and snowfall…

Best time to visit Manali for Solo – January, March, December, weather is most pleasant between March and May. Manali receives rainfall between June and August, which makes the roads slippery, through August is an apple-harvesting season. The temperature dips, from October-February with occasional snowfall. It’s cold, but views of the snow-capped peaks are finest at this time of year. Stay…

Stay at Manali is not so difficult. There are hotels and villas all over Manali at affordable prices.it’s actually worth to afford and live chilled.

Places to visit

 The only place when you are in Manali, Old Manali is the only choice for us – lovely roads, sweet little eateries, marketplaces, and cafes that serve food at low prices.

Manali is for adventurers, Temples, Clubhouses, Wildlife sanctuaries, Tibetan monastery, waterfalls, valleys, Manali bazar, Mall road is the place where if you borrow some time you will find the hidden gems in the shops of Manali. And also there are many good cafes like CAFE 1947. The best place to chill over. and many places to visit we will post a detailed post that How we explored Manali and let you know more Interesting about the places.

Marcel Proust,

we are pretty sure, once if you come back from the land of god you might always get an inner voice that ” The Mountains are calling and I must go… 

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