This lines give a perfect definition in how does it feels to live in a place which is surrounded by snow for maximum time of the year. Manali is one of the places which has its peak and highest points covered with snow most of the year.Surrounded by majestic hills and woody forests, the quaint charm of Manali has captured the world’s attention and has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in India.
The pristine River Beas flows right through the town, creating a mesmerizing and spellbinding landscape. Backpackers come to hang out in the hippie villages around the main town; adventurers come for trekking, climbing, mountain biking, canyoning, paragliding, rafting and skiing; and Indian families and honeymooners come for the cool mountain air and a taste of snow on a day trip to the Rohtang La. Manali is also the main jumping-off point (between June and October) for Ladakh and Spiti. It makes sense to unwind and feed up here for a few days while organising your trip into the mountains.
Located on the main Kanyal Road, this beautiful idiosyncratic “Himalayan Ecstasy” offers you a diversified range of pleasures. Open any window, and you can feast your eyes on the delightful view of the snowy heights. You would see the lights falling on those shining snow, on thin layer of ice on leaves, . What’s more, the chilly breeze makes for an instant appetizer heralding the beginning of a brand new day. Standing amidst aromatic plants, undulating greens and rocky outcrops populated by colorful birds, this modern-day living facility enriches your experience with its top-of-the-line services and amenities.
Another highlight of Himalayan Ecstasy is its very location. The rippling River Beas, the apple orchards, the pristine snowline – all seem to have made a pact to make your stay truly unforgettable. The flowing river and the apple orchard farms are crackerjacks that you would prefer for an overstay. The hotel is made in such a way that it caters to the needs and requirement of each travelling segment, let it be a Family trip for picnic, or a school trip for excursion , nature visit and farm study or a corporate company who has come for their quarter end party, or group of young wanderlusts trying to explore the way to peace, serenity, gain the power of equanimity. In single word to describe the hotel.
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