Indeed a blessing and a gift of the Himalayas to the world is what Manali stands for. Natural scenic charm, beautiful views, and of course unlimited adventure sports. Manali is a complete destination package one can enjoy with family & friends, there are so many places one can visit if they opt for a Manali tour package. Rohtang Pass, Boat House, Vashisht Temple, Solang Valley, etc. Often referred to as the ‘Valley of Gods’ is one of the highest passes in the region and attracts lots of tourists throughout the year for its fresh snow and amazing weather. 

Considered as one of the most beautiful and romantic hill stations, it also has some of the great adventure sports that one wouldn’t want to miss at any cost. One can enjoy paragliding, climbing, mountain biking, trekking, skiing, zorbing, snowboarding, jeep safari, river crossing, hiking, snow scooter, zip-lining, cable car ropeway, quad biking, bungee jumping, rappelling, and whatnot! This is something you want to miss? We hope not. Move a step forward and jump into the valley of fun which is of course unlimited. Away from hustle and bustle of the city, one can have the best and relaxing trip to Manali.

Some more places one can travel when in Manali are: 

  1. Hidimba Temple
  2. Old Manali
  3. Sethan Valley
  4. Sissu
  5. Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art
  6. Manu Temple
  7. Van Vihar
  8. Naggar
  9. Kullu
  10. Brigu Lake 

Many people have very little to no idea how to travel to Manali via road or any other mode of transport but we’re here to help you all because everyone deserves to have fun and no other place can be as beautiful and best as Manali for a 5-7 days vacation trip. Traveling from Gujarat to Manali isn’t a task if you choose the right way and prepare everything beforehand. 

Surat: As there is no connectivity between Surat and Manali, one can simply travel by train to Panipat Jn, and then from there one can get a bus to Manali which takes around 38h 10m max. If this takes a toll on you, then the fastest route to Manali is via flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport, and then from there, you can take a bus to Manali which takes approx 22h 15m. A road trip would take around 32h by Car i.e. 1,686 km which we wouldn’t recommend much to anybody.

Ahmedabad: Take a flight or train to Chandigarh and then from there you can either self-drive or book a ZoomCar. If not this then you can directly take a flight to Manali, get down at Bhuntar Airport which is 1.5 hours from Manali, and travel all the way watching the scenic views. Other modes can be either by road which will be very tiring and traveling from the train can cause delays which will be very problematic so the best way to travel is by flight.

This was something as per our recommendation but you know yourself better and what suits you, just keep in mind all the precautionary measures and keep your safety in mind whenever you travel so that you can have all the fun and come back without much hassle. Have a safe journey!