Summer Special – A Trip to magical Manali with minimum Taxi Fare

The magical town of Manali needs no introduction. As an Indian, Manali has always been synonymous with a trip to the mighty Himalayas. With amazing picturesque landscapes and mesmerizing views, Manali is home to some remote settlements where people still live a simple life. This summer, Savaari has decided to make your Manali trip more special by offering the lowest fares if you book Savaari’s convenient taxi in Manali.

Must-see places in Manali

While Manali is beautiful every step of the way, there are certain places in Manali that you must tour.

Solang Valley – This is probably at the top of the list of every person traveling to Manali. Right from the drive leading up to the valley, to the stunning views, the cable car ride and paragliding, Solang has it all.

Rohtang Pass – This pass is usually open from June to October for vehicles. It connects Manali with the remote Leh valley and Lahaul Spiti. May is a good time to visit the Rohtang Pass.

Old Manali – The Manali that you see with the shops and pizza joints is the modern Manali. A short drive away lies the true beauty of this region – Old Manali. Streets lined with eateries and shops as old as time, Old Manali is all about the heart of the place.

Bhrigu Lake – For the trekking aficionados, the Bhrigu Lake trek is a must. Imagine walking through alpine meadows with views of the Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar mountains, it’s like a garden in the sky.

Vashisht Baths – Vashisht Baths lie to the east of the river Beas. The Vashisht village holds immense significance according to the Hindu culture as it was the residence of Sage Vashisht. Vashisht Baths are natural hot water pools which are a must-visit.

Must-see places around Manali

There are many places around Manali that are worth a visit too. You might want to book Savaari’s reliable car rental in Manali for outstation and visit these destinations:

Kasol – Around 76 km from Manali, Kasol’s vistas will stay etched in your mind for a long time. Some amazing views of the Parvati Valley surrounded by mountains and hippie cafes, Kasol has a unique personality that makes it worth a visit.

Malana – Imagine an isolated village where outsiders can’t touch anything from the village! Malana is as mysterious as it can get. Supposedly the direct descendants of Alexander the Great, their local justice system still reflects the ancient Greek courts. A trip there will unravel many more mysteries of this beautiful village.

Spiti Valley – A long-ish drive of around 200 km through the beautiful Himachal Pradesh, will bring you to the famous Spiti Valley. It’s spell-binding views and simple lifestyle will make you want to stay there forever.

There is so much to say about Manali that summing it all up in one article is impossible. It offers something to everyone and Himalayas, who stand guard at the northern frontier of our country, embrace all travelers with the love and warmth of the locals. Make the best out of the Savaari’s Summer Special taxi fares and visit Manali this summer!