Does any one provide Kullu Manali Tour from Cochin,Kerala ?
Kullu Manali, nestled in the beautiful Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is a dream destination for nature lovers, adventure seekers and those looking for a peaceful vacation. From Cochin in the southern state of Kerala, a trip to the breathtaking landscapes of Kullu Manali is an adventure in itself. In this blog, come and join us for an unforgettable journey from Cochin to Kullu Manali, sharing the fascinating sights, exciting activities and cultural experiences along the way.
Cochin to Delhi the journey began with a flight from Cochin International Airport to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. After reaching Delhi, you can able to spend the day exploring the bustling streets, sampling delicious street food, and soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of the Indian capital.
Delhi to Kullu Manali On the second day, you can take an early morning flight from Delhi to Bhuntar Airport near Kullu. The flight offers magnificent views of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas as we descend into the picturesque Kullu Valley. From Bhuntar, you can take a cab to your accommodation in Manali, which served as our base for the rest of the trip.
Explore the charming town of Manali. You can visit the famous Hadimba Devi Temple, an ancient wooden temple dedicated to the goddess Hadimba. Surrounded by towering deodar trees, the temple exudes a tranquil and spiritual atmosphere. You can also take a stroll through the bustling Manali market where you can enjoy local handicrafts, woolen clothing and traditional Himachali cuisine.
Solang Valley Adventure an exciting excursion to Solang Valley, located about 14 kilometers from Manali. The valley is known for its breathtaking views and exciting adventure activities. You can enjoy paragliding, zorbing, and zipline rides that offer panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks and lush green meadows. For adrenaline junkies, there are opportunities for skiing and snowboarding in the winter season.
Rohtang Pass Expedition One of the highlights of the trip is the visit to the majestic Rohtang Pass, located at an altitude of 3,978 meters. The drive there is an exciting experience, passing waterfalls and cascading streams. When you reach Rohtang, you can see the breathtaking scenery, surrounded by snow-capped peaks and glaciers. You can also play in the snow, ride snowmobiles and enjoy hot Maggi noodles at the local stalls.
Naggar Castle and Manikaran On our penultimate day, you can visit Naggar Castle, a historic fortress perched on a hill overlooking the Kullu Valley. The castle features a mix of traditional and European architecture and houses an art gallery displaying the works of the famous Russian painter Nicholas Roerich. In the afternoon, we took a spiritual side trip to Manikaran, known for its hot springs and Gurudwara Sahib. We bathed in the hot springs and enjoyed the langar (communal meal) served at the Gurudwara – an experience that nourishes the soul.