Manikaran is a small town located in the Parvati valley, in Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. It lies on the banks of River Parvati. This town is situated at a height of 1760 m above the sea level. It is regarded as the pilgrim center for both Hindus and Sikhs. With steam continually issuing from the river bank beneath its large temple, the busy little pilgrim town of Manikaran, 4km east of Kasol, is famous for its hot springs and is sacred for both Sikhs and Hindus. According to legend, a giant snake stole goddess Parvati’s earrings while she was bathing (during an 11,000-year meditation session with Shiva), then snorted them out from underground, along with various other jewels, which released the hot springs. The water emerging from the ground is hot enough to boil rice and has to be cooled with river water for bathing. Locals say it can cure everything from rheumatism to bronchitis.
No of pax: minimum 4 person
Day1: Delhi to Kasol
- On arrival at Delhi board the bus to
Day2: Kasol to Manikaran
- Arrive at Kasol, pick-up service will take you to Manikaran stay
- After food, you can visit Gurdwara Manikaran Sahib
- The Gurudwara here offers free Langar food it is an experience you can’t miss.
- Overnight stay at the hotel
Day3: Departure to Delhi
- Today you can spend the day exploring Manikaran heritage and culture
- Later we drop you at Kasol for boarding bus to Delhi
- You will reach Delhi in the morning.