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Hostels in Manali

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Manali

A resort town with countless admirers, Manali is more than just the gateway to Spiti and Ladakh. Surrounded by mammoth Himalayan peaks, a gushing Beas river and several hills - Manali is the ult....

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Destination

Altitude:

7500 ft

Destination

Population:

169,578*

What’s Manali famous for?

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ADVENTURE SPORTS

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CAFE CULTURE

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ATAL TUNNEL

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TREKKING & CAMPING

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KULLU VALLEY

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PINE FORESTS

Itinerary

How to spend a day in Manali

7:00 AM

Wake up at the Hosteller Manali. Make a cup of coffee for yourself and enjoy the calm of nature.

8:00 AM

Start your day with a delicious breakfast at Sunshine Cafe, a popular cafe in Old Manali known for its fantastic breakfast options.

9:00 AM

Visit the nearby Manu Temple. It has traditional pagoda-style architecture and intricate carvings depicting mythological stories and characters.

9:30 AM

Next, start for Rohtang Pass, one of Manali's most popular tourist destinations. It is a mountain pass located at 3,978 meters and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

Things to do in Manali

The Hampta Pass is a high-altitude pass that connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul Valley. The trail is no less than a drama with forests, grasslands, and blooming flowers. Another side of it is the arid Lahaul Valley. The trek starts from Manali and takes five days, and the best time is June to October.
Jogini Waterfall is a popular tourist spot near Manali, with a short trek from the nearby village. It is 150 feet high and surrounded by mountains. The area around the waterfall is peaceful and serene, making it an ideal place for nature lovers and those looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Naggar Castle is a historical building built in the 15th century by Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu. It was formerly a rest house and later a heritage hotel. It is made of stone and wood and is an example of traditional Himachali architecture. It offers magnificent views of the surrounding Himalayan ranges and the Beas River.
The Tibetan Monastery in Manali, known as the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, is a beautiful monastery. It was built in the 1960s by Tibetan refugees and is known for its colorful frescoes, thangkas, and a large statue of Lord Buddha. The prayer wheels, prayer flags, and the chanting of the monks create a peaceful atmosphere.
The Great Himalayan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Himalayan region. The 1,171 square kilometers area is home to over 375 species of flora, fauna, and wildlife, including snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, musk deer, bharal (blue sheep), and Himalayan tahr, and a variety of other bird species.

HOSTELS IN MANALI

The Hosteller Manali

The Hosteller Manali

The Hosteller Manali aims to create authentic memories for every traveller looking for a bit more than just a vacation. Located ideally on the Club House Road in Manali, the hostel is close to all major attractions like Mall Road, Manu Temple, Hadimba Temple etc.

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Starting @321/night

HOSTELS NEAR MANALI

The Hosteller Kasol

The Hosteller Kasol

The Hosteller Kasol, Kasol’s first hostel, is the perfect stay option for a backpacker or a traveller looking to relax, rejuvenate and reconnect.

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Starting @468/night

The Hosteller Kasol Riverside

The Hosteller Kasol Riverside

Set amidst the scintillating mountains of the Parvati Valley, The Hosteller Kasol is going to become your favourite in all of Himachal. Wanna know why? Cuz it's got its own private riverside!

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Starting @602/night

The Hosteller Shoja

The Hosteller Shoja

A perfect spot for artists, writers, musicians, digital nomads, adventure travellers and backpackers - Shoja will inspire you to reflect and create. The Hosteller Shoja is featured with comfy beds, wi-Fi, open spaces, and gorgeous views of the valley outside and is located at a very convenient spot which is super easy to reach.

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Starting @602/night

The Hosteller Shangarh, Sainj Valley

The Hosteller Shangarh, Sainj Valley

A cozy property located bang next to the great and lush Shangarh meadows, this backpacker hostel is the best place to be when looking for an offbeat and wonderful retreat.

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Starting @723/night

The Hosteller Tirthan Valley

The Hosteller Tirthan Valley

Located near the Great Himalayan National Park, The Hosteller Tirthan Valley is a cosy wooden hostel with the OG pahadi vibe. From a laidback solo trip in winter to an adventurous road trip with your gang, everything is possible here. With a modern stone structure and wooden interiors, the rustic charm of the hostel will fill you with warmth.

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Starting @502/night

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