The spectacular hill station, Manali is parted by the Manalsu River, one is Old Manali and the other is New Manali. Old Manali located at 6589 feet above the sea level and 3 kilometers uphill from Manali is a quiet settlement that lays underneath a valley with a huge coverage of apple plantation. Old Manali is derived by a bridge over the river. Old Manali is cleaner and less crowded in comparison to New Manali, through activating a lot of travelers to explore Old Manali more often than New Manali.
... The calmness and the views of Old Manali is also unique. The bending eucalyptus, crooked roads, spouting waters of the Kullu river and spectacular hills of Old Manali that makes it the perfect natural retreat. Participate in some scrumptious continental food at budget friendly prices here, and also try your hands in shopping for some knick-knacks from the local markets here. The sunrise and sunsets here are exciting, and you will surely love the serenity of this place. Hadimba temple in Old Manali is also a popular tourist attraction. Pinched away in the lap of quiet nature, this place is the perfect spot to explore the pure beauty of Himachal Pradesh.
Q. What Old Manali is famous for?
Ans. Old Manali is famous for its orchards, riverside cafes, and old guesthouses.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Old Manali?
Q. How to reach Old Manali?