Manali Itinerary

Manali is the place is not only known for the misty clouds and high peaks. It is also famous for being the base point of trekkers. That is located at the side of the Beas river in Himachal Pradesh. Which is the northern region of India. It makes Manali is perfect to visit for 3 nights and 4 days. Manali welcomes all kinds of tourists from adventure junkies to honeymooners. Here are the places which you can’t miss if you are planning a trip to Manali. The places are Hidimba Devi Temple, Jogini waterfalls, Manikaran temple, Dhakpo Shedrupling monastery, and local cafes and restaurants.


We are sharing the common Manali itinerary which is famous among all. You are free to make changes to this as per your need. This itinerary is scheduled for the escaping travelers from their busy schedules. The itinerary starts from your destination place. You can manage as per your arrival and departure timing.



Don’t miss out to take a shower of blessings from Hidimba Devi temple,  gurudwara sahib Manikaran.

Your memorable visit to Jogini waterfalls, Solang valley, and Rohtang pass.


Day 1:- Manali

After check-in your destination. You can start exploring the hazy and misty destination of Manali. Hidimbi Devi temple is located in the middle of the forest as known as Dhungri Van Vihar. This temple is a cave temple dedicated to Hidimba Devi. After that, you can visit the Jogini waterfalls. For the lovers of rippling water flows, this place is worth visiting. It is a beautiful waterfall which is near the Vashisht village in Himachal. Its water is formed by the steam which will fall and meet in the Beas river. Trekkers also start trekking from the Vashisht temple. these are the among popular places to visit in Manali.

 You also can visit Jana falls, Naggar castle, Beas river viewpoint, and many other places. Your overnight stay will be at Manali.


Day 2:- Manali – Solang Valley – Rohtang Pass – Atal Tunnel – Manali

After waking up enjoy breakfast with the panoramic views of your day 2 of the journey for the Solang valley and Rohtang pass via Atal Tunnel. Solang valley is just 13 km away from Manali. It is a famous Rohtang pass is the highest point of Manali road. This is the first way you are going from Manali to Ladakh. This pass is closed from Dec to April. Kindly note that you need a permit at the latest 2 days prior before if you are visiting from there. To pass, you need to have some basic detail of your vehicle. Solang is one of the most famous tourist places in Manali. This is a well-known place for skiing, mountaineering, and trekking activities. In winter the valley becomes a skiing paradise for adventure junkies. While traveling to Solang valley and the Rohtang pass you will pass from the Atal tunnel. This is the longest tunnel in the nation and the length of it is 9.02km long. After exploring the valley and pass you will get back to Manali by end of the day.


Day 3:- Manali – Kullu – Manikaran – Manali                                                                                                                                                                

After doing the breakfast. On the 3rd day of your trip, you will explore the Kullu and Manikaran. Kully is 1 hour away from Manali. Kullu is known as the land of gods. this place is heaven for nature is blessed with amplified features of the forest, valley orchards, and musical rivers. Manikaran in Kullu is the most famous place for the gurdwara. here is one hot spring that is believed to contain medicinal properties. After that, you also can visit the great Himalayan national park where you can see a rich variety of wildlife.  Several of these are classified as endangered, including Himalayan Brown Bear, Blue Sheep, and Snow Leopard. Your overnight stay will be at Manali.


Day 4 Manali – Back to Home

After doing the breakfast. You’re the last day of the journey. Pack your bags and be ready for exploring the local woolen market, cafes, and restaurants. You can hang out at the mall, for collecting some travel mementos for your lifetime.

 Hope you have an amazing time in misty clouds with lots of fun and adventure.


Here are some frequently asked questions about Manali Itinerary

4 days are enough for Manali Trip
You can spend your 4 days like Day-01 Manali Local Day 02 – Solang; Rohtangpass & Atal Tunnel Day 03 – Kullu & Manikaran Day 04 – Remaining Local Sightseeing (Departure)
For Manali, you need a minimum of three days to cover at least the popular places. You can enjoy river rafting, river crossing, paragliding & zorbing in Manali.
The cost for the trip to Shimla is Rs 8500/-(INR), the rest of that depends on your accommodation.
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