Best time to visit Manali


As the monsoon starts fading during September and Winter approaches by October, Manali becomes heaven with a snow-clad view and jaw-dropping scenic beauty. The temperature drops to sub-zero level proving to be the best time to relish nature. The everlasting mist lingering in the air blended with tiny snowflakes is one of the reasons that startled the adventure lovers and the honeymooners. Kullu along with Great Himalayan National Park, Nehru Kund, Manali Sanctuary, Chandratal Baralacha, Jogini Waterfalls, Rahale Waterfalls and much more nearby are here to deliver the best of adventure, nature, and grace. Owing to the chilled beauty accompanied by the thriller adventures Manali provide during the season, winter counts as the best time to give a visit.

Summer in Manali forms the best escape from the heat as the temperature ranges from 10°C to 25 °C. The entire Manali blossoms with the elegance of colorful flowers, beautiful sky, and perfect atmosphere. The picturesque hill station becomes an easy hub for adventurous activities like rafting over the river, paragliding over the green ambiance, trekking through the landscape and camping. People visit the nearby places like Beas Kund Trek, Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Baths, Hampta Pass Trek, Van Vihar and the Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Arts when planning the trip during this season.

Rainfall finds its way to Manali from July and runs till August in the form of torrential showers. The ice across the hill-station is prone to suffer land-slides due to the frequent rains. This becomes a risk factor for activities from sight-seeing to various adventurous sports at Manali. Thus, it is not advisable to travel around this season even if you find the immense drop in the prices of hotels. As the season lasts for a short period of time, visitors get ready to explore into the Manali after the season ends.