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If you wish to avoid the cold, try not to visit this place during the winter months.
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Trekking and bird watching is organized and one should make use of the opportunity.
A number of pocket-friendly hotel provides reasonable and comfortable lodging within the range of INR 500 to INR 1000.00

Old Manali

Also called the hippie hub, Old Manali is known as a global village where foreigners from many countries come to experience the atmosphere and excitement. The place is extremely charming and it is no wonder that many choose this place as their honeymoon destination. Old Manali is famous for its riverside café by the name of River Music. It is also called Moondance and serves up a hearty menu of soups, momos, pasta, sandwiches and much more that go well with ginger and honey flavoured teas. There are a number of shops that sell drapes here, the most famous being a shop called No Problem International.
18. Old Manali, ManaliOld Manali | #18 of 27 Best Places to Visit in Manali
Left from Chandigarh to ManaliAnd reached Manali post noon And went to rockey's cafe , poet's cafe Manu temple Nearby  jungle Watched sunset from rockey's cafe
Umul Kadri
We left after spending 2 days in Keylong, to return again. On reaching Old manali, we hopped on to few Cute Cafes. Live performances, Good Food and peaceful vibes we spent few hours here and there and got back to out hotel for some rest and warmth.Stay tuned for the next seriesFollow my Personal Blog here
Divya Golyan
Lazy Leisurely DayToday was a day for acclimatization, to Manali, to mountains, and to tripping in general. I arrived at the hostel late night yesterday after about 16-hours of travelling, starting from Roorkee and coming via Chandigarh. Yes, this was the justification for me waking up late today. Today is Saturday, so no work from home. This was the scene I woke up to!
Sudhir
One of the more charming parts of Manali where the scenery, hospitality, and food is all to die for is Old Manali. Our host greeted us with a very warm traditional welcome and after a delicious lunch we headed for ATV ride arranged for us by our host. The weather was charming and no later it started raining. We took a stroll to Hidimba Devi Temple in the rain and drenched ourselves in the ultimate bliss.