How to get to Manali
The truth is that getting to Manali is not easy, as the populations of this area and further north are not connected by train due to the danger of collapses. Still worth the effort. We will surely arrive in the city by bus, since from Delhi, Dharamsala, Leh, Kulu, etc. Is the best option. It is advisable to pay for the best possible bus, as the roads are narrow and curvy.
Train: The nearest convenient rail head are located in Chandigarh and Pathankot. Manali can be reached by road from these stations.
Route: Manali is well connected by road with Delhi, Ambala, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Haridwar, Shimla , Dharamsala and Chamba / Dalhousie . Regular buses sail between these stations. It is connected to Leh during July to October. Regular buses sail between these stations. It is connected to Leh during July to October. Regular buses sail between these stations. It is connected to Leh during July to October.
But once here … everything will be peace and tranquility. My advice is to look for accommodation in Old Manali , which retains more charm than New Manali . From the bus station that is in the latter, it will take about 10 or 15 minutes to the old part. Commissioners and drivers of rickshaws and taxis will offer to take us to different hotels, so we will not be charged much.
In Old Manali there are a lot of hotels with stunning views and at a very economic price. In general, the people are very friendly, and in case we are missing something, they will do everything possible to help us.
After all the way traveled to get here, the deserved reward arrives. Breakfast watching stunning mountains, the sound of silence and nature, like the river running or the birds singing, film landscapes and all kinds of activities to have fun: cycling, skiing, mountaineering, paragliding, trekking, fishing, rafting, etc.