Perched on the northern end of the Kullu valley Manali is one of the most popular hill paragliding tour
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. Given below are some of the popular tourist attractions included in the Manali Honeymoon Packages
.Places of Interest
Chandrakhani Pass - It is located in Parbati valley and nexuses Malana valley to Kullu valley. Located 3600m above sea level it serves as an ideal base for trekking known for its natural scenic beauty. There are a cluster of stone roof houses in the village Malana just below Chandrakhani Pass where trekkers can halt. The best time for trekking at Chandrakhani pass is from May to October.
The Great Himalayan National Park - Also known as Jawahar Lal Nehru Great Himalayan National Park it is a favorite destination of wildlife lovers. Spread over an area of 50sq.km this park preserves over 180 species of mammals and birds like musk deer, brown bears, Himalayan Tahr, Ibex, black bears and rare species of snow leopard. The park is reachable by bus on the Mandi-Manali route to Auto from where taking a taxi will take you to the park entrance.
Bijli Mahadev Temple - Situated on a hilltop at a height of 2450m is the Bijli Mahadev Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple has Pahari style temple architecture and offers breathtaking views of the magnificent valley below. It is a popular tourist attraction included in the Manali honeymoon packages.
Gayatri Temple - Located 7km away from Manali at Jagatsukh is the Gayatri Temple. It consists a marble image of deity goddess Gayatri. The intricate wooden work of this temple is fascinating. There are also a few other temples around here of which the shikara style shiva temple should be seen. It is a popular tourist attraction included in the Manali honeymoon packages.
Hadimba Temple - Located 2kms from Manali Hadimba is the patron deity of the rajas of Kullu. The temple was built in 1553 and dedicated to Hadimba a 'Rakshashi