Manali honeymoon tours are an entirely different kind of getaway. If you want to dance to the tune of running water and whistling leaves, Manali is the one for you. If you are adventurous kind, Manali honeymoon packages are meant for you. If you have an unending love for mountains, Kullu and Manali are paradises for you. One of the best places in the world, Manali, is the perfect honeymoon destination for you and your partner. People from all over the globe come to this hill station to enjoy the serenity and composure that this place has to offer. However, if you want to have an adrenaline rush, Manali tourism offers you a lot of sports and fun activities such as trekking, skiing, paragliding, river rafting, and much more.
Let’s read about some places in and near Manali which make it the best honeymoon getaway of India.
Nearly 50 Km from Manali, the Rohtang Pass offers you the most splendid view of the great Himalayas. Although it is open for a limited period of time only, for the tourists (since it is covered with heavy snow during the winter season), you should not miss it at any cost. When you search for honeymoon packages for Manali, check whether Rohtang Pass is open or not and plan your trip accordingly. You can rent a scooter and enjoy the breathtaking aura or The Great Himalayas with your beloved.
This is a place where you can witness the blend of Himalayan and European culture. The incredibly majestic palace once served as the residence of Raja Sigh Singh. The Raja was so influenced by the European architecture that he built his palace in a similar manner. The palace has fireplaces, stonework and woodwork, staircases, and ceilings that are unparallel and hold a high resemblance to the European designing patterns. Never believe that your Kullu Manali tour is complete without visiting this palatial residence.
The best part about trips to Manali is that you can go to this hill station in any season throughout the year. If live in hotter parts of the country, you can go to Manali and save yourself from the scorching heat of the sun. In winters, you can enjoy the snow when the entire town is dressed in white. However, you will like to avoid going to Manali in July and August as the heavy rainfall becomes problematic for tourists.
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