The hill station of Manali is a charming town situated in the northern end of Kullu valley with a growing number of tourists contributing to Manali tourism. Manali, Himachal Pradesh once served as the ancient trade route between India and China. Today it is an abode for modern creativity with astounding hills and adventurous activities. While planning a Manali trip, know that this town is a true haven for culture lovers, foodies, adventure junkies, and peace seekers. The high Manali altitude allows you to experience the perfect Himalayan ambience and lets you cruise your way through the snowy roads of the famous Rohtang Pass. There is also a lot to do for people who wish to travel back in time and indulge in the exquisite display of culture and heritage at the Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art during their Manali trip. The mighty Himalayas have inspired many foreign settlements here, giving rise to popular European and Israeli cafes, restaurants and hostels, providing one a consortium of around the world cultures. This town is a true haven for adventure junkies who can indulge in river rafting, paragliding, camping, rock climbing, rappelling, zorbing at Solang Valley and Aleo. Manali tourism also has an array of breathtaking treks and sights for its nature lovers, for instance, the Patalsu Peak, the Deo Tibba base camp, Jogini Falls and the Rahala Falls. For all the solo riders out there, cruise your way through the snowy alley of Rohtang Pass while those who wish to travel back in time can indulge in the exquisite display of culture and heritage at the Museum of Himachal Culture and Folk Art. Restaurants and cafes such as the Khyber Pass, Johnson's Cafe, La Plage, Drifters' Inn, The Hangout attract foodies for their culinary justice to everything from Thai to European cuisines and even some live music. If all this is too over the top for you, then reconnect with simplicity at Naggar Village, which is home to waterfalls, a beautiful castle, an art gallery and locals which have many stories to share and a cultural heritage to take pride in. Manali tourism has always been on the higher side because of Manali’s favourable weather conditions and picturesque scenery.