Hadimba Devi Temple 

The Hadimba Devi Temple, otherwise called the Dhungri sanctuary, is an antiquated Hindu sanctuary settled among the snow-shrouded hillocks of Manali. The Hindu evil presence goddess Hidimbi is honored at the cavern sanctuary. Hidimbi was the spouse of Bhima, one of the five Pandava siblings highlighted unmistakably in the Mahabharata epic. The Temple was planned by Maharaja Bahadur Singh in 1553 CE. It is worked around an old cavern where Hidimbi Devi is said to have contemplated. The Temple is encompassed by hares and yaks who observe a characteristic home in the woodland encompassing the Temple, settled among expanded branches and fallen leaves.

Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass is roosted at a height of 3979 m, Rohtang Pass is situated good ways off of around 51kms from Manali.This pass has been named Rohtang, signifying ‘ground of bodies’ after that multitude of individuals who lost their lives here in lamentable episodes. Lying on the Pir Panjal range, this pass likewise offers fantastic perspectives on the twin pinnacles of Geypan. Rohtang Pass is an exceptionally high mountain pass that interfaces Kullu Valley with Lahaul-Spiti valley. Regardless of the risk of avalanches, this spot is one of the primary attractions that call the voyagers and sightseers to Manali. Rohtang Pass additionally offers experience sports like snow bike rides and paragliding for the experience searchers.

Jispa Valley

Jispa Valley in Himachal Pradesh is a little town arranged in a valley. Jispa is a helpful spot to break the long yet tremendous excursion among Manali and Leh. Its low elevation assists with acclimatization and its modest bunch of lodgings offer satisfactory convenience.

Jispa is a lovely little village, 21 km. north of Keylong. It is the second most elevated motorable street on the planet among Manali and Leh.

The town has a few pleasant inns and mountain climbers’ hovel. Jispa likewise has a little society gallery. To visit here, individuals come from Manali by crossing the Rohtang Pass by taxi or by crossing the Atal Channel and coming here despite the fact that Lahaul. Furthermore, voyagers going to Leh-Ladakh likewise prefer to remain here in the riverside setting up camp.Explorers going from Manali to Spiti likewise stay at Jispa and visit close by Sightseeing focuses here. There are many spots to see around here like:- Keylong, Spiti, Kaza, Trilokinath Temple, Pin Valley, Tabo Monastery, and so forth.

Sarchu

Sarchu is settled in the picturesque mountains on Leh Manali Highway in Jammy and Kashmir. Situated at a height of 4,290 m, it contacts Baralacha La toward the south and Lachung La toward the north.

Sarchu additionally denotes the beginning stage for the troublesome journey into the Zanskar locale of Ladakh and is an excellent end point for explorers while heading to Leh from Manali. This is the ideal stop for explorers to appreciate beautiful perspectives, crisp breezes and to have the best for the time being enjoying nature experience. Summers are the best and ideal opportunity to visit Sarchu. Tsarap Chu waterway is the significant fascination around here with Lachung la pass, Taglang la pass and Baralacha la pass being the close by attractions. For foodies, Tibetan cooking like Noodles, Soups and Momos slows down at the camping areas.

Nubra valley

Nubra valley is in the north of Leh town and the way to the valley goes through 18,380ft high Khardungla pass, consequently known to be one of the greatest motorable streets of the world and the most elevated motorable street in India. Nubra Valley has numerous great inns, guesthouses and homestays also. The valley has a large Buddhist part. Wheat, peas, mustard, potato, grain, apple, apricot, pecan and almond harvests should be visible much of the time in the valley. Travelers are expected to get an inward line license/safeguarded region grant to be qualified to visit Nubra. Nubra is a region of Ladakh which is available through Khardungla pass.

Turtuk

Turtuk is the last town in Nubra Valley on the Indian side of the line of control. Ladakh is a gigantic landmass with tough landscape which makes it not so great for having an incredible framework – bringing about deficient public transportation in Ladakh. From Leh, there is just one transport for Turtuk and that too once in seven days on Saturdays.

The remarkably amazing geology of Turtuk is one more justification behind its disengagement from the external world other than the public authority limitations around the hour of the conflict. Padded by the Karakoram mountains, the town is a remarkable trip from the nearby towns like Hundar. The deserts, rough streets and testy mountains make it challenging for vacationers to explore. Presented to this sort of broad separation, Turtuk keeps on being an immaculate pearl in the northwestern district of Ladakh.