KULLU MANALI IN INDIA
KULLU MANALI IN INDIA : Surrounded by snow-clad peaks and dense cedar forests, Manali’s busy Mall Road and quaint by-lanes of the old town—create an arresting mix of natural splendour and vibrancy. From families and solo travellers, luxury buffs to backpackers, Manali attracts a vast cross-section of visitors for most of the year. There’s a range of places to stay at, a surfeit of restaurants and cafes, and a few short treks to keep you occupied. Make sure you have at least a few days handy to make sure you make the best of north India’s favourite hill station.
Running along the Beas River, the Mall Road in Manali town is buzzing with activity at any time of the day. Lined with hotels, restaurants, bars and shops, this stretch has something for every traveller, and is often referred to as the heart of the town.
Flowing alongside the Manali town, River Beas has nerve-chilling cold waters throughout the year. The picturesque river banks are ideal for afternoon picnics. Adventurous visitors can try their hand at river rafting.
KULLU MANALI IN INDIA While you explore this popular hill station, you are likely to spot many quaint eateries that stand out because of their riverside location, live-music gigs and cosy interiors. Most popular amongst these are Cafe 1947, The Lazy Dog, Drifter’s Cafe, Casa Bella Vista and Johnson’s Cafe.
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