Solang Valley or Solang Nala, 13 km north of Manali town on Manali-Atal Tunnel highway, is a popular tourist destination of Manali. The valley is often referred to as adventure valley due to availability of almost all the adventure sports like skiing, paragliding, zorbing, horseriding, ATV (all-terrain-vehicles), snow scooter, mini-bunjee, grass skiing, river crossing, trekking,

On this page, we shall keep updating the Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) impacts on the Himachal and Kullu Manali Tourism.   Update on Sept 21, 2020 Tourist buses stopped from entering Himachal All the tourist buses that were plying on Delhi-Manali route were prevented from entering the Himachal at Swarghat in Bilaspur district on Monday as

Looking for the best and hassle-free Manali honeymoon package? Here is your guide to help you plan the best honeymoon in Kullu Manali. Sitting in a cozy warm room, peeping out of a large window while it is snowing outside, even you get a chance to catch some snowflakes from your private balcony, what could

On this page, we shall keep you updated about snow and snowfall status at Rohtang pass, Solang Valley, Manali and other tourist places of Kullu-Manali in 2020. (If this page is not loading properly in your browser, click on the above image) Update on January 09, 2020 Tourists have tough time as snow blocks roads

In this page, we shall keep you updated about the Manali-Rohtang pass road status. (If this page is not loading properly in your browser, click on the above image) Keep visiting this page to stay updated about Manali-Rohtang highway status. >> Track Manali-Leh highway status in 2020

Updated on 26 November, 2020 Heavy snowfall blocks roads, snaps electricity in Himachal The heaviest snowfall of the season blocked many roads, snapped power transmission lines, uprooted trees and triggered a fresh wave of cold in Himachal. Kullu, Shimla, Lahaul-Spiti, Mandi, Kinnaur, Chamba and Kangra districts have experienced heavy snowfall. Some parts of the state,

With the Himachal government imposing night curfew in four districts of the state from Tuesday to contain spread of Covid-19, the hoteliers said the decision will destroy tourism completely which was slowly coming back on track after the lockdown. Four districts of Himachal — Kullu, Shimla, Kangra and Mandi – will observe a complete curfew

Temperature across Himachal has dipped as the upper reaches of Himachal continued to receive more snow on Tuesday. The snowfall is expected to continue in the next 24 hours as the met office has issued a yellow alert for Wednesday. Higher areas of Kullu-Manali, Lahaul-Spiti, Kinnaur, Chamba, Shimla and Mandi districts are receiving fresh snow.

A day after tourist resorts of Shimla and Manali received season’s first snow, tourists from neighbouring states have made a beeline for Himachal to enjoy the snow. Tourists thronged Solang, Kufri and other tourist places which received a good amount of snow on Monday. After three days of inclement weather, it was sunny day on