Wednesday, 27 July 2016

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Nehru Kund Manali

Manali having lots of waterfalls, hot water springs and natural springs, but one of the most famous places for sightseeing in Manali is Nehru Kund. Nehru Kund is natural water spring which is around 5 kilometers from Mall Road Manali on Manali Leh Highway towards Rohtang Pass. Nehru Kund is named after the visit of first Prime Minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru who used to drink water of this spring during his stay at Manali. Water of this spring is very clear, cold and refreshing which attracts the Prime Minister.



Water source of spring is Bhrigu Lake, which is uphill above the Nehru Kund. Waters in this spring come between the big rocks. Surrounding near Nehru Kund is very neat and clean. There is little sitting area near spring and in early morning lots of nature lovers come near Kund and make a positive start of day by drinking this water and having yoga and other exercises. In front of Nehru Kund there is also a famous Hanuman Temple.



So, while you are in Manali don’t forget to visit this natural spring. Maximum visitor explore this place of sightseeing while returning from Rohtang Pass.
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Sunday, 17 July 2016

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Nature Park Manali

Kullu Manali is a complete holiday package for any age group. Charm of Kullu Manali attracts lots of domestic and international tourist every year. From thrilling of Rohtang Pass to blessing Temples, there are much more to do in Manali.



But one of the best places for relaxing near Manali is the Nature’s Parks around the city. These parks are full of tall pine trees. There are three parks near Manali, first one starts from private Volvo bus stand and ends near Mall Road Manali. This park not contains much for entertainment, but still there are few seesaw and little pond for paddle boating. It is the best option to spend a peaceful evening. Second Park is behind the Hadimba Devi Temple. After taking the blessing from Hadimba Devi one can visit this park. And third Park is on the way to Hadimba Temple and known as Wildlife Information and Interpretation Centre. This park has a small pheasantry inside which contains various pheasant’s species of Himalayas like Himalayan Monal, Red Jungle Fowl, Kalij, Koklass and Cheer Pheasant.



These parks are away form hustle bustle of the city and perfect place for peace lover. There are nominal entry charges and you can spend a whole day. From morning onward health conscious people start visiting these parks for walk, you can also witness lots of foreigner’s tourist playing games, enjoying music during monsoon season.

Don’t forget to visit these parks while you are Manali.

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