Manali is all about an open valley with a deodar and pine forest cover, freshwater streams and peaks perennially covered with snow, making it a perfect place to unwind and recharge. Hidimba Devi temple and Manu temple are on top of the chart.

The Mall in Manali is where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll and go on a shopping spree. 

Solang Nullah: An open meadow running along a slope surrounded by a deodar rich forest in the midst of high peaks around, Solang Nullah, 13 km from Manali, is one of the most beautiful tourist spots on the outskirts of the resort township. In addition, one can visit Naggar, 22 km from Manali. Many monuments and temples, along with a 500-year-old palace, are scattered around Naggar and bear testimony to the importance the place once held. 

Vashisht village: Vashisht is a sacred village that can be easily reached by a paved path from Manali market. The village has a temple dedicated to sage Vashisht, who finds mention in the Rig Veda, the oldest religious book of the Hindus. Apart from the temple, a hot water spring bath is what makes this small village worth a visit.

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