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Manali, Himalayan North, India
Il se passe des choses à Manali...on ignore lesquelles mais c'est cosmique !
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
My review of Manali I'm afraid is not good. I went there on a trekking expedition and thoroughly enjoyed it. But then I had a day in Manali so I thought I will go to Solang Valley (Which is pretty good) and also a place for skiing which I cant remember. If you go to Manali don't go to the skiing spot. Its not what you think it is and it is simply too crowded and at the end of the day you will feel that you got fleeced. Instead there are a few spots to do white water rafting. Go for that. Solang valley on the other hand was a pleasant surprise in this hilly region. Loads of stuff to do here (although a little bit expensive). The most economically viable thing to do would be to book a cab for a day and go to all the places that appeal to you the most.
PS. Talk with a travel agent there and they will do the needful, and no they don't fleece you.
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
Manali is a terribly touristic place, but good as a starting point for trekking. The apple view guesthouse is lovely!!
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
Scenic though touristy and happening Himachal spot... its full of long-time traveller residents, visiting local and foreigh tourists, hotels, restaurants, bars and so on... to enjoy the silence of the mountains people often come here for, head up for treks on one of its many trails... along a couple of them are lovely spas where you can unwind ... and the pleasure of interacting with simple and incredibly hospitable Himachal hill folk is unique... often a summer destination for people for Delhi and the plains...
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
At the foothills of the Himalayas, Manali offers an amzing variety of sightseeing and activites. An amazing base with loads of hotels, good food, amazing weather, it offers an exquisite experience of the great expanse of snow capped mountains. Best time to Visit - May to July since the upper reaches are unreachable most of the year
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
Take a rickshaw to Vashishit and rather stay there. Great guest houses with amazing views and the food is great. Takes about 5-10 minutes from Manali by rickshaw.
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
Manali is situated just near river beas, one of the five biggest in India. It is one of the most favorite places of bollywood for movie shooting after Kashmir. If possible, avoid monsoon season due to frequent flood and landslide. You will find Indian as well as Tibetan restaurants.
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
many rich indians - not very pritty
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
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Manali, Himalayan North, India
Scenic though touristy and happening Himachal spot... its full of long-time traveller residents, visiting local and foreigh tourists, hotels, restaurants, bars and so on... to enjoy the silence of the mountains people often come here for, head up for treks on one of its many trails... along a couple of them are lovely spas where you can unwind ... and the pleasure of interacting with simple and incredibly hospitable Himachal hill folk is unique... often a summer destination for people for Delhi and the plains...
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