How to reach Manali from Delhi
Manali is well-connected by road and decently connected by air to Delhi. Therefore, airways and roadways are the best ways to reach Manali from Delhi.

By Air: The nearest airport to Manali is in Bhuntar, which is around 50 km away. There are few flights between Delhi and Bhuntar. From Bhuntar, cabs can be hired to reach Manali.

By Road: The national highway 44 connects Manali to Delhi. There are regular state-run buses available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate Delhi to Manali. Private buses and cabs are also available easily from Delhi to reach Manali. An average travelling time taken is around 13-14 hrs (one side) to cover a distance of 534 km.

How can I reach Manali by train?
Ans. There is no direct rail connectivity to Manali from Delhi as there are no railway stations. The nearest railway station to Manali is Joginder Nagar which is at a distance of about 144 km.

Are there any flights from Delhi to Manali?
Ans. No, there are no direct flights to Manali from Delhi. The nearest airport to Manali is in Bhuntar which is around 50 km away. Few flights are available between Delhi and Bhuntar.

Which is the best month to visit Manali?
Ans. Manali is a year round destination and in each season, one can experience a different side of this hill station in Himachal Pradesh.

In the summer season (March-June), Manali is ideal to visit for getting respite from the sweltering heat in other parts of the country.

In the monsoon season (July-September), Manali becomes even more green and an absolute delight to witness. It is also a low tourist season, therefore, those who want to spend some time away from the crowd can plan a trip in the rainy season.

In winters (October-February), Manali looks nothing short of a fairytale land when it gets covered in a thick blanket of snow. Those who love adventure or want to spend a romantic holiday can visit Manali in the winter season.

Is Shimla better than Manali?
Ans. Both Shimla and Manali have their own attractions that can appeal to tourists. Shimla being closer to Delhi and Chandigarh is always preferred as the weekend getaway and a mandatory stop while visiting other destinations in Himachal Pradesh. It also makes for an ideal family holiday and honeymoon destination.

Manali on the other hand is a gateway to the Greater Himalayas as well as to the district of Lahaul & Spiti in the state. It is also the base for many treks and is often chosen by adventurers heading to either spiti or Ladakh. Manali is also popular as a family and honeymoon destination.

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How much does a trip to Manali cost?
Ans. The cost of a Manali trip depends on the number of days you want to spend here and the accommodation and transport types you choose. On an average, a tourist spends 2-3 days in Manali where he can enjoy sightseeing and the cafe culture. The average cost for an all inclusive 3-day trip to Manali can be between INR 7000 and 10000 per person.

How far is Kullu from Manali?
Ans. Kullu is situated at a distance of about 40 km from Manali. It is well-connected by road and can be reached by hired taxis, shared taxis, and even state-run and private buses.

When is the off-season in Manali?
Ans. There is no off-season in Manali in particular, as each season has its own charm in this popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh. However, the monsoon season (July to September) sees comparatively less tourists in Manali. The heavy rains sometimes result in landslides and road blockage  making it slightly difficult to access Manali during the rainy seasons.

How many days are enough to visit Manali?
Ans. Minimum 2-3 days are required to visit all the top attractions in Manali. The duration is enough to enjoy sightseeing at a relaxed pace and to even spare some time out to relish the picturesque beauty of the place.

Is Manali safe for female travellers?
Ans. Yes, Manali is absolutely safe for female travellers and even for solo female travellers. However, it is recommended to practise cautions like one does travelling anywhere in the world.

How far is Ladakh from Manali?
Ans. Ladakh’s capital, Leh is situated at a distance of about 472 km from Manali. The Leh-Manali Highway connects the two destinations via Rohtang Pass (3978 m).

How far is Dharamshala from Manali?
Ans. Dharamshala is situated at a distance of about 216 km from Manali. The national highway 154 connects the two destinations.