Manali: One of the Top Holiday Destinations in India

Manali Tour Packages

Brighu Lake, Manali

The hill town of Manali is one of the popular holiday destinations in India and is located in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. Situated at an altitude of about 2050 m above sea level, this hill station is known for its natural attractions, religious shrines, snow-clad mountains and a favourable climate making it an ideal getaway from the hustle-bustle of city life. Thousands of tourists visit this picturesque place every year from across the globe. If you too wish to spend a vacation here, then look for tour package deals on travel websites in advance to get some good discounts.

Bhrigu Lake

This holy lake is one of the top tourist spots in Manali and is situated at a distance of around 6 km from the village of Gulaba, towards the east of the Rohtang Pass. Perched at an altitude of about 4300m, this lake is named after a renowned sage – Maharishi Bhrigu, who meditated on the banks of this lake. It is also a belief that this is the place where he wrote Bhrigu Samhita, a manuscript based on astrology that predicts the future and has records from the past. Besides the beauty of this lake, an added attraction of this place is Nehru Kund, which is a tributary of Bhrigu.

How to Reach

This lake can be reached by a trek from either the Gulaba village or from the Vashishth Temple, which is popular for its hot water springs. Along the trekking routes to the lake, you will witness natural forests, comprising of fir and spruce trees, along with kharsu oak trees on higher altitudes.

In case you wish to visit other nearby attractions from this town as well, then it is advisable that you go for those holiday packages India deals that include tours of Manali and other locations in proximity.

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