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Manali Tour Package Manali – A gift of the Himalayas to the world! It is said beauty is a joy forever, which perfectly translates into why Manali gets repeatedly mentioned whenever ski destinations are mentioned anywhere in the world. Himachal Pradesh is known for its beautiful locales, iced ridges sweeping towns and glittering flea markets. In those ascents, lies Manali - nothing short of a fantasy land. Nestled in the Himalayan Read More

Manali Tour Package

Manali – A gift of the Himalayas to the world!

It is said beauty is a joy forever, which perfectly translates into why Manali gets repeatedly mentioned whenever ski destinations are mentioned anywhere in the world. Himachal Pradesh is known for its beautiful locales, iced ridges sweeping towns and glittering flea markets. In those ascents, lies Manali - nothing short of a fantasy land. Nestled in the Himalayan Mountains at an average elevation of 2,050 m above the sea level, Manali is a resort town located in the picturesque Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh. Today this legendary cradle of all human kind is a prime holiday destination for Indians travellers as well as foreign tourists. Summer or winter, Manali has something unique to offer everyone; a family looking for some bonding time, a couple for some magic, peace and quiet, solo travelers for some solitude or a group of friends seeking an adventure. This resort-town is filled with captivating landscapes to such an extent that it is considered to be an ideal destination for a honeymoon.

Photogenic Manali is far more than a pretty Himachal town. There is no precise time of the year when you should plan a trip to Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The icing on the cake, almost literally, is that every month, every season, every occasion will be near perfect, probably why Manali is buzzing with activities all round the year, with some of the most scenic and quaint locales to be found in Himachal Pradesh. Nevertheless, Manali’s backyard is a snow-clad paradise during the October-February winter season. From October to February, the steep landscapes are typically covered with snow, with temperatures dipping frequently to 0°C or below. During the summers, temperatures soar till about 20°C.

The destination offers the most exotic and exciting adventures you can imagine. Enjoying wintertime adventures in the Himalayan Mountains is undoubtedly high on the bucket list of many an outdoor enthusiast, but there’s wonderful sightseeing, scenic hiking, and even taking to the skies to enjoy when the stunning Himachal landscape is without snow. For ski enthusiasts, the Himalayan Mountain is heaven come winter. It boasts many fun activities like skiing, hiking, river rafting and trekking amidst the snow-capped mountains. Mountaineers, skiers and hikers, as well as, nature lovers and honeymooners alike flock to Manali for their adrenaline rush.

With mountains and valleys, glaciers and hot water springs, lush forests and rivers -- it's amazing how much variety and beauty can be crammed into one small space. But that's Manali. Old Towns and Medieval landmarks make this charismatic city one for the ages and a great year-round destination for adventure. When tourists visit Manali, they are not just restricted to old and new Manali but also to various other places around Manali that can be covered easily in the same trip.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a destination more romantic than Manali because it has become one of the world’s most popular honeymoon spots. Honeymooners will feel at ease at this Himachal destination and find it is the perfect spot to celebrate their lives together. There is no shortage of things to do here, especially for those who love exploring outdoors. The mountains are magical, the sunsets are Instagrammable, and there are plenty of skiing, hiking or surfing opportunities. A visit here will allow lovebirds to take to the open road together, creating memories while seeing the rugged nature in all its beauty and splendor. Be sure to book your Manali honeymoon package in advance and make sure everything is well-planned to avoid disappointment as many hotels and services get sold out soon.

Great food and breathtaking scenic views are just some of the perks of visiting Manali. Apart from skiing, another major attraction that makes Manali famous is its food. The place is packed with posh restaurants and cafes serving cuisines of every type. And after satiating your appetite, head to one of the many happening nightspots and clubs.

A favored destination for backpackers, travelers, and adventurers, this high-altitude town is a good place for all types of holidays. It is the ultimate destination, hands down. There’s plenty to do and see, you can relax in the evening, or you could even do something as simple as walking the streets to enjoy the local sights.

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Be it summer or winter, the natural beauty of Manali can be enjoyed throughout the year. Regardless, the best time to visit Manali is in summer between the months of March to June just because of how beautiful this place looks. The summer months receive maximum tourists and are a great time for paragliding, trekking, hiking, mountain sports, rafting and zorbing. The celebrated Hadimba Temple also hosts the Hadimba Devi Festival in the month of May, attracting a huge number of pilgrims.

Besides, if you want to see snow then the best time to visit Manali is in winters. Winters in Manali takes place during the months of October and goes on till February. These months are advisable for Manali if you want to witness the beautiful snowfall and indulge in some fun snow activities in the high reaching mountains of Manali. During winters the place looks breathtaking with the white sheath of snow all over the mountains. In our opinion, Manali looks even more gorgeous in winters. In fact, your fondest memory of Manali would be when you see it during winters because of sudden snowfall. It is indeed magical when it snows in Manali. For honeymooners, winters are the best time to visit Manali.


Manali is well connected by air and train. The Himachal resort town is also well connected with neighbouring cities like Delhi, Shimla, Dharamshala, Chandigarh, and Amritsar. The nearest Airport from Manali is Bhuntar, which is approx. 50 km from Manali. It is known as Kullu Manali Airport and is located on the banks of the River Beas. Currently, only Air India operates direct flight between Delhi and Bhuntar. But the service is very irregular and the air fares can go over the roof. Once you land at the Kullu Manali airport, you can hire a cab to travel to Manali.

The nearest railway stations for Manali are at Chandigarh (350 km.) and Ambala (360 km). Onwards Journey can be travelled either by chartered taxis, buses or private tourist vehicles.

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When in Himachal Pradesh, do as other tourists do i.e. relish the adventurous activities.

Apart from being famous for its picturesque locations and scenery, Manali is highly renowned for its offering of adrenaline-filled adventure activities. Nature lovers seeking both recreation and adventure are drawn towards Manali every year just because of enormous possibilities that exist here. Known as the adventure-sports capital of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is popular with the international tourists due to the range of adventure sports such as skiing, zorbing, snow trekking, rafting, paragliding, river crossing, fishing, camping, downhill cycling, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, snow scooter, mountaineering, rappelling/abseiling and biking tours. For a snowboarder, this place is a paradise because of the soft powder makes easy surfing and slashing possible.

In the present day Manali is not just known as the ultimate honeymoon destination but also a perfect destination for thrill seekers and adventure sports lovers.

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Hindi, English and Punjabi are understood and widely spoken in Manali among tourists and locals. Other languages spoken are Pahari, Kangri and Dogri. Locals usually speak the Kulluvi dialect in their everyday dealings.


With increasing altitude, the temperature drops in the valley and weather can change very abruptly in this region. Moreover, thunderstorms and sudden snowfalls can further cause a sharp drop in the temperature turning an otherwise warm day into a cold one in a matter of seconds. Therefore, woolen clothing is essential when visiting Manali. During summers, light woolen with a scarf should be fine. Always, always, always check the weather forecast before your trip.


From handcrafted wooden trinkets to woolen shawls and Buddhist prayers wheels, Manali is a shopping paradise. Manali has lots to offer for shopping starting from scarves, fabrics, artificial jewellery, Tibetan handicrafts, embroidered kullu shawls, inlaid silver jewelry, locally crafted souvenirs, musical instruments etc. Fruit products, honey and apricot oil produced locally can also be purchased in the town. If you are interested in buying more hippie and junky stuff, then the Old Manali market is a must visit. You could even pick up fresh fruit jams, jellies and pickles from the market and take them back as souvenirs. Some of the famous shopping outlets in Manali are Manu Market, Old Manali Market and Tibetan Market among others. The Tibetan Market is a great place to buy shawls, silver jewellery, rugs and bamboo trinkets.

Plan for a perfect vacation in the awe-inspiring locations of Manali with our specially designed Manali tour packages.


Talking about food, you will have a wide choice of cuisines- South Indian, Punjabi, Chinese, Tibetan and Italian, you can have the taste of all. Manali is a place filled with delicacies of Himachal Pradesh and the food is anything but boring. In this town, you will get practically every cuisine from the globe. From Chinese food to South Indian food, from quaint little eateries to fine dining restaurants with amazing views, Manali has something for everyone.

Must have cuisines include Tudkiya Bhath, Kadhi Chaawal, Bhey and Patande. On your Manali trip, you could try hilra, a pancake made from fermented mix of jaggery and flour that is eaten with a vegetable dish. Sidu is large steamed dumpling filled with different mixes such as walnut chutney, poppy seeds or grounded/ roasted sesame, and is eaten with ghee or chutney. Bedhni rotis are parathas filled with a grounded mix of roasted sesame and jaggery. The locals drink two kinds of alcoholic beverages, Lungdi, a kind of crude beer made from fermented rice or barley and Arak, an alcoholic drink distilled from Lugdi. Arak can also be made from jaggery or apples or any other fruit. If you are a non-vegetarian, you must taste the seafood delicacy called ‘Trout Fish’. It is a freshwater fish found in Beas River and its tributaries. The fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids which reduces risk of heart diseases, stroke and cholesterol.

Manali is not only a gorgeous hill station that attracts thousands of Indian and foreign tourists each year, it is also home to some of the best eating joints. Check out the list of places to eat in Manali:

  • Il Forno
  • Veer Restaurant
  • Rose Garden
  • Chopsticks
  • La Plage French
  • Martin
  • World Peace Cafe
  • Oven in the Garden
  • The Corner House
  • Drifter Café
  • People Israeli
  • Café 1947  
  • Pizza Olive Italian
  • Casa Belle Vista
  • Lazy Dog
  • Dylan’s Toasted and Roasted Coffee House

Street food is also quite popular here and if you’re tired of restaurants in Manali, you can always check out the local vendors. All of these are a great way to experience the Manali way of life.


Manali is a beautiful city with an abundance of natural and urban attractions, so it’s no surprise that it’s a popular destination for tourists. Even the most budget-conscious traveler should have Manali on his or her bucket list. While planning your trip to Manali the most common question that pops up in our mind is regarding budget. With a little bit of planning and commitment to saving on flights, accommodation, and sightseeing, you’ll be able to get the full Himachal experience without spending your life’s savings.

Turn your travel dreams into reality with Akbar Travels’ Manali tour packages that are affordable as well as enjoyable. With our cheap Manali tour packages you can explore all the major attractions of this scenic resort town within your suitable budget. Our Manali trips will allow you to discover the fascinating corners of this gorgeous town.

Whether you are looking to have some peace and calm in the lap of nature or want to enjoy adventure activities, Manali would be the right destination for.



Manali - A charming destination everyone must visit at least once in their lifetime.

Manali packages are built from different kind of itineraries which give you an idea about finding the most suitable Manali package for your Himachal vacation. Our carefully curated Kullu Manali packages include all the main highlights of Kullu Manali. Join us on a trip that will fulfill your travel dreams, whether you’re looking for a sun-drenched escape, a culturally stimulating experience filled with art and gastronomy or an informative trip that takes you deep into Manali history. Visit the beautiful Manali this season!

To help you plan your Manali Trip, we have made some tailor-made Manali tour packages considering your budget and choices. Get inspired by our most popular Manali itineraries below and book now for huge savings. Have a Look at our best-selling Manali packages:


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Manali Short Break - I

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Manali Short Break – II

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Delightful Himachal - II

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Delightful Himachal - III

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Rs. 27,500/-

Best of Himachal

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Amazing Himachal

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Paramount Himachal

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Rohtang Pass

Located at an altitude of nearly 13,054 ft above sea level, Rohtang Pass (also known as as Rohtang La), is one of the most spectacular destinations in the entire Kullu region. During your drive along this high mountain pass, beautiful sights of glaciers, peaks and streams are common sights. Sonepani glacier, Dashahr Lake and Chandra River are some of the major attractions that one can adore from the peak of Rohtang. During winters, the place becomes as silent as a graveyard. A thick sheet of snow engulfs the area within 10km radius and life comes to a standstill. That is when you need to visit the Rohtang to feel the glory of the mountains. Rohtang pass also connects the Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti. Moreover, it is also used to by the tourist of Leh who travel by bike and cars. Apart from enjoying the picturesque views, the snow covered pass provides an excellent opportunity for winter sports such as skiing and snow scooter riding among others.

Solang Valley

Also known as Solang Nala, the Solang Valley is a high altitude valley that lies at the top of Kullu in the Himachal Pradesh state of India. The stunning landscape of the Solang Valley will give you the feeling of being in another world. Located about 16 km from Manali, the valley is nearly 8500 feet above sea level. Solang is the name of a village and Nullah means the water streams coming from the mountains. Here the mountains, dense forests and snowcapped peaks are all your next door neighbors. The green of the trees, the red of the apples and the blue sky, make for a perfectly quiet and serene experience.

Besides its natural beauty, Solang Valley is famous for hosting many adventure winter sports. You could indulge in skiing, parachuting, paragliding, skating, horse riding and zorbing. For those who love the rush of adrenaline; there is no place better than Solang Valley. The Valley, with its snow-covered smooth ski slopes, provides the picture-perfect place for snow skiing in the winter, i.e. from December to February. In summer, this valley turns out to be the best destination for paragliding, zorbing, and horse-riding etc in the entire state of Himachal Pradesh promising a fun filled Manali trip.

Breath-taking view of glaciers, snow clad mountains, lush green valley, cool breezy riverside, and with a whole lot of adventure sports, the Valley is calling you! Are you ready to plan your Manali vacation? We surely are!

Old Manali

A place where two worlds meet, Old Manali is a place that has an exotic charm in itself.

Old Manali is where you can experience the hippie culture in its full glory. The old town is located around 3 km away from Manali town across Manalsu Nala, from where you can get to see the entire view of the town. While latter is one of the busiest summer destinations in India, the former is a breath of fresh air. It builds a special presence in the heart of all visitors. Geographically, the only thing that separates Old Manali and Manali is the Beas River but there is a complete change of scene after you cross the river. The neighbourhood brims with quaint cafes, bakeries and shops selling traditional handicrafts, jewellery and dream catchers. Its charming lanes and warm people offer a sharp contrast to the more modern New Manali. Old Manali is the perfect place to shop for souvenirs. You can buy unique handmade things such as woollen clothes, jewellery, bags, poi pairs, hula-hoops and even flag patches for backpacks. Among other attraction in the old part of town, we suggest you visit the Manu temple, built in honour of the sage Manu, Manali Club House and the riverfront for its al fresco restaurants for an authentic experience.

Set in the surreal environment, this little gem of Manali will give you the perfect Himalayan vibes.

Hadimba Temple

Hadimba Temple, built in the 16th century, is one of the most serene places to visit in Manali. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhima, who was a character in the Indian epic, Mahābhārata. Due to its association with Indian Epic Mahabharata, the Hidimba Devi Temple is a charm of your Manali holiday. Located in the foot of the Himalayas, the temple is surrounded by pristine cedar forests ((Dhungri Van Vihar). The sanctuary was built in 1552 over a huge rock jutting out of the forest floor and is a popular stop on every Manali tour package and Manali honeymoon package. The wooden doors of this old-world shrine display images of Goddess Durga, while the temple base is made out of whitewashed stonework. The construction style of the Hadimba-temple is entirely different from all the other temples, with its wooden doorways, walls, and cone-shaped roof.

Being a primary tourist attraction in Manali, the Hadimba Temple is included in all Kullu Manali tour packages as a must-do activity.

Maa Sharvari Temple

Another important religious sight is the Maa Sharvari Temple. The alluring Maa Sharvari temple is another major temple dedicated to goddess and is a must visit in Manali, which offers a peek into the culture and history of Kullu Manali. Worshipped by the kings of the Kullu Valley, the goddess is a manifestation of the Hindu goddess Durga. Maa Sharvari is worship for health, wealth and fortune. The temple is set in a village called Shaminallah, a short drive from Manali, and is a hub of activity during festivals. During Dussehra, the idol is taken to Kullu in a colorful cortege to the Sri Raghunathji Temple for an annual visit. Bursting in ancient history, the temple is known to be a crucial place of worship.

As and when you plan a Manali trip, ensure to add this temple visit as a part of your itinerary.

Vashist Hot Water Springs

The resort town is famed for its natural hot springs, an attraction that makes Manali packages and specifically Manali honeymoon packages a more delightful experience. Dedicated to the Vedic sage Vashishta, the temple is made of stone and adorned with extravagant wood carvings. As per ancient belief, sage Vashishta used to meditate here and therefore the temple is dedicated to him. The temple is famed for its Turkish-like hot water spring which is named after sage Vashistha. Legend goes that, when Laxman came to take the assistance of Vashishta Muni for Ashwa Megha Yaga, Vashishta Muni fired an arrow into the ground and hot water spring came out to warm out the cold place. The pools are said to have medicinal value in them and visitors often take a dip in the pool to get rid of ailments and also it provides much relief to the cold surrounding of the place. The pools are categorized in two parts separately for men and women devotees to avoid the chaos. The temperature of this hot water spring ranges from 45° C to 50° C, so come, take a dip in the healing water and cleanse yourselves for a magical experience!

In the midst of the majestic snow covered mountains & beautiful valleys, immersing yourselves in the hot springs is one experience that you cannot miss out on! Book our Manali Kullu tour package and indulge in nature’s very own sauna.

Tibetan Monasteries

Do visit the Manali Gompa on your Manali trip. One of the finest Buddhist monasteries in the region, the gompa is known for its pagoda like architecture and bright yellow roof. Built in 1960 by Tibetan refugees, the gompa is one of the most important Buddhist places of worship in India.

Naggar Castle

Located among the breathtaking forests in Naggar town, the Naggar Castle is a stunning historical edifice. The 500 year old wooden Naggar Castle is in itself the best place to visit in Manali. Built in the year 1460 with stone and wood, the Naggar Castle is one of the few places in Manali which reflects the culture of the Himalayan people and shows the actual architecture of the olden days. Once used as the residence of Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu, the Castle is a fine blend of traditional Himalayan and European architecture. The wooden exteriors, fireplaces, and staircases add to its rustic charm.

The Castle houses the Nicholas Roerich Art Museum, which was founded in 1962 by Svyetoslav Roerich, son of the Russian artist Nicholas Roerich. The heritage museum houses paintings of Kullu, Spiti and Lahaul showcasing the beauty of the ice-covered valleys and peaks during the early hours of evening. The artist's private rooms have been preserved in the upper floor of the museum as well as a collection of his private photographs. Few scenes from the award-winning Bollywood movie ‘Jab We Met’ was shot here. The song in the film ‘Ye Ishq Haye’ had the visuals from Naggar Castle and the snow covered Rohtang Pass. The castle was earlier a residence of Kings of Kullu and later on converted to a Himachal government run heritage Hotel in the year 1978. River Beas also runs close to the castle, adding to its beauty.

With grandiose fireplaces, exquisitely erected staircases, and scrupulous wood and stone works, the Naggar Castle is a must-visit on your Manali vacation.

Beas River

One of the important rivers in Manali, Beas River is an enormous expanse of water that dominates the city of Manali itself. From the Himalayas in Himachal Pradesh, the river flows to the Sutlej River in Punjab, passing through the Kullu-Mandi regions, with plentiful flower-filled meadows, Apple orchards and attached fields of paddy and maize creating the river route impressive with awe-inspiring landscapes. The river is the main source of drinking water for the people in Kullu, Manali and Kangra regions. The picturesque hill station of Manali, also known as the “valley of Gods” is located on the banks of this river. Beas River is made especially picturesque by the magnificent mountains that surround it and the quaint villages along its banks. The River Beas, even today is believed to consist of holy water, attracting tourists and pilgrims from all over India.

One can easily spend many hours basking in the beauty of the river and its environs.

Jogini Falls

Cascading from a height of around 150 ft through multiple levels, Jogini or Jogni Falls is a beautiful waterfall situated near Vashisht Village in Himachal Pradesh. There are tons of waterfalls scattered around India and around the world, and all have their merit, but none match the glory of the Jogini falls. It’s the history behind this waterfall that really makes Jogini falls so intriguing. The waterfall is thought to be the sacred bathing place for the “Joginis”, daughters of Lord Indra. Furthermore, Jogini is considered the protective goddess of the village, so the place is a symbol of female power. The waterfall can be reached by trekking from Vashisht Temple. In fact, the Jogini Waterfalls trek is a very famous trek in Manali and thousands of tourists take up this trek trail every year.

There is something truly spectacular about Jogini Falls that captures the heart and spirit of those who visit it.

Manikaran Gurudwara

A celebrated pilgrim destination for Sikhs and Hindus, Manikaran Gurudwara (also fondly called as Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurudwara) in Manali, Himachal Pradesh attracts tourists from all over India. It is believed that the Guru Nanak Dev, the first guru of the Sikhs, visited this place along with his disciple Bhai Mardana. The guru sent his disciple to collect food for the langar. However, there was no fire to cook the food with. Just then, the guru lifted a rock and a hot spring appeared from underneath the rocks, and Bhai Mardana used its water to cook food for the people. The water from the hot thermal spring is noteworthy for its healing properties and a dip in the spring will guarantee one a place in heaven. Prominent for its quaint charm, the Manikaran Gurudwara is regarded as the first meditation place of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.


Along with sightseeing, there are so many interesting things to do in Manali that make it bucket-list worthy.

Indulge in Adventure Sports

Manali is a mecca for adventure sports enthusiasts! To those who love the thrills of skiing, paragliding, horse-riding, zorbing, rappelling, hiking, mountaineering, snowboarding, Manali offers many options to indulge in the same. Solang Valley is an ideal playground for some blood boiling and challenging activities for all ages. For those who want to awaken their adventurous side, Manali plays a perfect host. Let your heart decide the activity you want to indulge in, for Manali offers them all.

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Enjoy the beauty of Beas River

As a picture of overwhelming beauty, Beas River is a shimmering stretch of serenity and tranquillity. The picture-perfect river is a playground for all kinds of watersport. Pack your camera – it’s going to be an Instagrammable occasion.

Visit Manali Temples and Monasteries

The temple or monastery culture has deep influence in every aspect of Himachal people’s life, for example, history, painting, music, sculpture, calligraphy, architecture, folk custom, and many others. The atmosphere inside the temple or monastery is serene and calming, and you can spend a lot of idyllic hours just sitting here and introspecting. No matter what you do, you will always feel a sense of peace engulfing you and making you feel welcome and warm. You will feel the pace of your mind gradually slowing down, as you start to enjoy your time here. It is a truly refreshing and rejuvenating experience.

Famous Temples in Manali:

  • Hadimba Temple
  • Vashisht Temple
  • Maa Sharvari Temple
  • Ghatotkatch Temple
  • Manu Temple
  • Siyali Temple
  • Gauri Shankar temple
  • Himalaya Nyingmapa Buddhist
  • Jamula Temple

Famous Monastery in Manali:

  • Himalayan Nyinmapa Tibetan Buddhist Monastery
  • Von Ngari Monastery
  • Buddhist Shrine
  • Shey Monastery

Take a Hike

With a huge array of marked hiking trails, Manali is a heaven for walkers, hikers, trekkers and nature lovers. Even if you do your own thing outside the marked trails, you are hard pressed to find a no-trespassing sign. Whether you choose a light walk of a few hours or hike a mountain trail, you will experience magnificent panoramas from flower filled meadows to dramatic landscapes, forests. Observe the daily life of locals and pass through history filled villages.

Feast on Manali Delicacies

Manali is a culinary melting pot and a blend of the best of Chinese, South Indian, Continental, Tibetan and French cuisine with their own. Savour local specialties and simple goodies or visit fancy restaurants. Even small Manali inns and village restaurants serve superb and freshly made dishes.

Wander around Old Manali Town

Step back in time as you explore the quaint streets and discover the treasures and charms of Manali’s Old Town. Showcasing ancient Manali and all that the city stands for, the Old Town is home to countless museums, galleries, shopping and fascinating historical sights for you to explore. Around every corner, you’ll discover delightful dining options and quaint shops selling everything from dazzling jewellery to handicrafts as souvenirs for your loves ones.

Just Relax

Leave the daily grind behind, bliss out in one of the Manali’s wellness resorts. Of course, there are many more options to enjoy a wellness retreat - numerous hotels offer several choices of spa treatments throughout the year - from massage and facials to Ayurveda and yoga.

Take a dip in the Hot Water Springs

Hot water springs are naturally clear, hot, and rich with minerals that confer several health benefits. There is nothing better than soaking in the therapeutic waters of a hot spring and forget about the problems of the workday world. Enjoying a luxurious dip in the Manali hot springs is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the unique beauty and culture of Himachal Pradesh!


Manali is full of dramatic landscapes that can take your breath away. It’s where mountains meet lakes! It almost seems that it’s too beautiful to be a real place. But it is! Manali certainly does have the scenery, location and adventure activities to keep absolutely anyone entertained for months on end. All you have to do is make it your next travel destination and the rest will take care of itself. If these aren't reason enough to want to pack your bags right now than we don’t know what is!

The benchmark of holiday destinations, this idyllic destination needs little introduction. Whether you're looking for a family adventure or simply a luxurious beach stay, our Travel Experts are here to guide you to your perfect Manali trip. For couples, witness the best of this slice of heaven with our Manali honeymoon package. Our cheapest Manali tour packages offer the opportunity to create everlasting memories without breaching the bank. Book your Manali package from all major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Coimbatore, Kerala, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Goa, Hyderabad, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Bangalore, etc.

As the world leader in creating holidays since 1978, we connect you to the real Manali in a way like no other. We’re an award-winning travel company, with offices in India, USA, UK, Middle East, Europe and Malaysia and can create fun-filled Manali holiday packages to cater for all your needs. Akbar Travels also arranges affordable holiday packages in Indian destinations such as Kerala tour packagesKashmir tour packagesGoa tour packagesAndaman tour packagesHimachal tour packagesRajasthan tour packagesLeh Ladakh tour packages, as well as international destinations such as Singapore tour packagesMalaysia tour packagesThailand tour packagesBali honeymoon packagesMauritius tour packagesMaldives tour packagesEurope tour packagesSri Lanka tour packages etc.  Our tailor-made itineraries to some of the most fascinating places in India and the world provide you with the flexibility to travel when you want and in accordance with your interests and budget.

Akbar Holidays provides you a range of Manali packages, ranging from best Manali packages for couples to Manali packages from Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and all across India. Book your Manali package with Akbar Holidays today!

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Best of Himachal

6 Nights / 7 Days

Shimla (2N) / Manali (3N) / Chandigarh (1N)

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Starting Price Per Adult


Customized Holidays

  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfer
  • Meals

Himachal Splendours

9 Nights / 10 Days

Shimla (2N) / Manali (3N) / Dharamsala (1N) / Dalhousie (2N)

Recommended For :


Starting Price Per Adult


Customized Holidays

  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfer
  • Meals