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Enjoy the tour with a snow camp in Manali. Manali is the highland within the peak of the Himachal Pradesh state on the north side of the Kullu valley. And features a population of about 31000. This town is the beginning of an ancient commerce way to Ladakh and a roadway to other northern hill stations.
The town became a well-liked tourist destination only recently after the British visited. So It is frequently thanks to the favorable climate and delightful landscape. Therefore the rise of militancy in Kashmir also boosted tourism in Manali within the 1980s.
There are 800 to 1000 hotels and guesthouses within the town and outskirts. Therefore People come here with families, on honeymoons, in search of adventure sports activities. Manali offers a good range of activities like mountain biking, skiing, trekking, paragliding, cannoning, etc.
The Kullu valley is legendary for its picturesque hills and temples. It’s one of the topmost tourist destinations and one can visit famous places. That is like the Rohtang Pass, the Hadimba Temple, Vashist Hot Springs, Solang Valley, Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, Nehru Kund, Sultanpur Palace, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Ma Sharvari Temple, the Beas Valley, etc.
There are many famous trekking routes just as the Malana Village Trek, Bara Banghal and Bir Trek, Hamya Herbal Trek, and Hampta Pass Trek. Also, There are Jogini Waterfalls Trek, Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek, Beas Kund Trek, Brighu Lake Trek, Lama Dough Trek, Chandrakhani Pass Trek, etc.
The climate in Manali is extremely cold in winter and moderately cool in summer. In winter temperatures start from 15 to five-degree Centigrade and in summers with 4 to fifteen-degree Centigrade. If one is trying to find snow activities, then one should visit Manali between January and Mid-June. For honeymooners, the entire year is favorable, except for the monsoon months of July and September. For people looking to go to Manali within the off season, the simplest time is January Mid-March, when the gang is sparse and hotels offer a discount.
Therefore Snow camp in Manali and winter hiking can be one of the most spellbinding experiences of your life. And that’s a story that you’ll never forget.
Arrive at our base in Haripur by 9:00 am from where you will be greeted by your trip manager and guides.
The short hike of 2-3 hours, to the ancient village of Soil, starts here. Walk through lush green jungles and cross beautiful water streams to reach your destination, a truly exotic location with stunning views.
Unwind and relax as you snuggle up by a bonfire, warm food, and some good company before snuggling into your warm comfortable tents for the night.
Depending on the time of the year one can trek to these amazing waterfalls, one of which is around 150 feet and has been witnessed by only the chosen few.
There's a cave beneath the waterfall, spend the night in the cave if you are up to it.
In case of too much snow, we go back to Soil for an overnight stay after exploring. Spend some time angling at this amazing spot.
Later relish freshly cooked food over a bonfire or just chill around the tandoor BBQ amazing food. Stay in a comfortable camping tent
Return to the base at Haripur doing the ‘golden meadow hike’ in 3-4 hours and drive back to Manali.
The option of paragliding or river rafting before heading back at extra cost.