MANALI

MANALI

They say there’s noway a dull moment in Manali. True it is, thanks to the different range of conditioning and lodestones this place offers to itsvisitors.However, you can either buckle up and tie your life to a single parachute and fall from the Himalayan escarpments and paraglide all the way down to the denes or wear those life jackets and set out to conquer the waters of Beas or simply gear up and find yourself in the life changing trails of the mountains, If you’re in some mood foradventure.However, there are yoga centers throughout Manali to take you a step closer to yourself and help you decompress and rejuvenate at the same time, If you’re looking for a retreat.

Couples on their honeymoon have tons of beautiful lodestones like the Bhrigu Lake, Hidimba Temple, Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass and further. Families have beautiful resorts that offer some of the most satisfying gests in Manali. All you need to do is simply pack your bags and set out to witness the contagious spirit of Manali.
Why Thomas Cook?

Being home to different conditioning and lodestones, one of the stylish ways to visit Manali is by choosing a Manali vacation package. The Manali stint packages by Thomas Cook will have a mix of all that you need to witness then and save you from the hassles of looking for perfect lodgment, logrolling with hack motorists and other hindrances that could consume important time of your vacation. That’s why you should check out the Manali trip packages from Thomas Cook so that your holiday in Manali is special, memorable and all that you wanted from your retreat.

Core Values

Hadimba Devi Temple is obscured by gorgeous cedar forests and the snow studded hills that watch over ominously. An aura of mysticism envelopes this sacred shrine, built entirely from rock and stone. Dedicated to the demon Goddess Hadimba, who was the wife of Mahabharata’s Bhima, the revered temple attracts pilgrims from all over. It’s 3-tiered pagoda, conical roof and wooden doorway will remind you of Japanese architecture. A sacred tree lies 200 metres south of the temple, which is a manifestation of their son Gatothkach.

Located in Old Manali is the quaint and delightful Manu Temple, dedicated to Saint Manu. With the gentle ripples of River Beas and the magnificent mountains and valleys surrounding it, the temple commands a serene atmosphere.