Miraculous Manali Family Package 4 Days & 3 Nights


Owing to its pristine beauty and pleasant weather, Manali can be visited throughout the year. The summer months from March to June are extremely pleasant. While the rich sunshine warms up the town during the daytime, the evenings are balmy.

The winters are the ideal time to enjoy the snowfall. However, if you plan to drive up to the Rohtang Pass in the winter time, visit between September – November.

Book a suitable 3 nights, 4 days Manali tour package for family to delight in this delicious slice of paradise

Manali has been blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty. From museums to temples, from quaint little hippie villages to bustling upscale streets, river adventures to trekking trails, Manali has every reason to be the tourist magnet it is, all year round.


Day 01: Delhi to Manali (550 Kms / 12 hrs.)

On Arrival Pickup and Departure from Delhi  to Manali by road Via Kullu. Enjoy the local picture with huge snow at Manali hill altitude of 1,929 meter. Mountains are full of snow which gives the cool look to eyes. Forest is a scattered hamlet, which comprises this pictures summer resort. Entry in hotel. Take the Rest at leisure. Night stay Hotel in Manali.

Meals - Dinner

Day 02: Manali Sightseeing

Morning after breakfast leave for half day sightseeing tour, Evening free for strolling on Mall Road and Shopping in local Market. Late evening drive back to hotel. Dinner and night stay in hotel at Manali. Dinner at hotel. Night Hotel in Manali.


Sightseeing Places in Manali


Hadimba Temple is dedicated to the wife of Bhim, one of the five Pandava brothers in the Indian epic Mahabharata. As the legend goes, Bhim married Hadimba and they had a son. Later on, Hadimba left the place and became a spiritual. 


Manu Temple which is believed to be the only temple of Manu in India who is considered as the creator of the human race on earth. Located at a distance of 3 km from the main bazaar in Old Manali, the temple is believed to be the abode of Manu, the ancient law-giver of India, 


Vashisht springs and temple in a tiny hamlet situated on the bank of Beas River that turns towards Rohtang. It is well known for its hot Sulphur springs and temples. Taking a dip in this water is considered sacred by many. Nearby is the pyramidal stone temple devoted to Vashisht Muni, a revered sage, Nehru Kund is a natural spring in the region. Located at a distance of around 6 km from Manali, it has been named after the late Prime Minister JawaharlalNehru. The Kund has derived its name from Nehru, as he used to drink water from it, on his journey to Manali, 


The Manali Gompa which serves as an important gathering place for Buddhists from Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur, Ladakh, Nepal and Tibet. Built in the 1960s, the new monastery is famous for its wall paintings, Short and a large statue of Lord Buddha, 


Van Vihar which is a municipal garden is situated in front of the Tibetan market on Mall Road. In the lake located within the park, tourists can opt for boating. The park is adorned with big deodar trees.


Meals - Tea, Breakfast, Dinner


DAY 4: (Manali –Delhi)

Way back home!

Today is the last day of the tour. Relish an early morning breakfast. Complete the check-out formalities. Begin your drive back to Delhi. Get an assisted transfer to the Delhi railway station / Airport for your onward journey.



  • Meal plan – (Morning Tea, Breakfast, Dinner)
  • Accommodation for 8 nights.
  • Inclusive of taxes (Parking, Toll Tax, Luxury tax, Green Tax, Fuel Expense, Driver Expense’s GST)


  • All tours & transfers on private basis
  • Transfers: Destination – Hotel – Destination



  • Air fares exclude/ Railway tickets.
  • Portage charges.
  • Heater charges per night as per hotel term & conditions
  • Camera fees, Laundry, wines and alcoholic beverages, mineral water unless specified, Telephone Chargers, Shopping All items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming the part of the group menus.
  • All personal expenses, optional tour and extra meals.
  • Any adventure activities Paragliding River rafting , Skiing etc. .
  • Guide and Entrance Fees During Sightseeing.
  • Vehicle service on leisure days for sightseeing not included in the itinerary.
  • High season/festival season/supplements applied by hotels from time to time.
  • Any items or services not specified in the cost inclusions
  • Any additional expenses incurred due to any technical faults
  • Charges for early check-in & late check-out of rooms
  • Any Travel Insurance Premium


Which is the best season to visit Manali?

October to February is the winter season and is considered to be the best time to visit Manali if you like the cold and January is best to enjoy the chilly pleasure of fresh snowfall . The temperature drops down below zero degrees Celsius. Summer in the region starts in the month of March and lasts till June.


What to buy in Manali?

Manali not only offers you a refreshing getaway destination but also gives you ample opportunities to satisfy the shopaholic in you. In the flourishing markets of Manali, you will find a range of unique products in budget and quality. Begin with Mall Road markets, a place from where almost all tourists start to explore the city. Right from the top quality woolen garments and handicrafts to superb utensils and home decorating items, Prayer wheels ,Thangkas and dorjes , Kinnauri& Kullu Shawls & Kullu caps, pick whatever you like from a wide range of products.


Which are the best Food Joints in Manali?

Here’s our list of options that will make your trip unforgettable.

  Rose Garden

  Johnson’s Cafe

  Martin’s (Himalayan Sports Club)

  Casa Belle Vista

  Drifters’ Café


  Oven in the Garden

  Siddu(You’ll have to search for it; through the year; meal for two: ₹40) Siddu is a local favourite: a steamed, puffy wheat-bread stuffed with a spicy walnut-green chilli-coriander-based stuffing that’s best enjoyed dipped in liquefied ghee. Often made in homes of Manali locals, siddus are sometimes sold on street corners by pattu-draped pahari woman. The best way to sample some is to ask around.


What is the significance of Rohtang Pass?

Rohtang Pass (or Rohtam Pass) is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.979 m (13,054 ft.) above the sea level, located on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. The pass is traversed by the Leh Manali Highway.