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COVID certificate not required to travel within Himachal Pradesh Updated: 07 Aug 2020

The tourists who are travelling within the state do not have to produce any kind of COVID negative report while visiting Kullu and Manali. These tourists can visit Manali without hotel booking proof or COVID test report.

COVID-19 test report mandatory to enter Manali Updated: 07 Aug 2020

Inter-state tourists must produce a COVID-19 test report at entry checkpoints in Manali. Recently, several inter-state tourists were sent back from the Bajaura checkpoint of Kullu-Manali for not holding a mandatory COVID-19 test report. Read More

Entry allowed only from the following destinations
  • Delhi
  • Chandigarh
  • Lockdown Extended in containment zones till August 31
  • Educational institutes and inter-state public transport remain closed
  • Registration to enter and exit the state will be required for contact tracing
  • Institutional quarantine for people coming from heavily infected COVID-19 cities.
  • Asymptotic travellers from other states will be home quarantined
  • Travellers with symptoms will be kept under institutional quarantine
  • Tourists with valid booking of not less than 5 days and have COVID negative certificate from ICMR accredited labs within 72 hours of the time of entry, need not undergo quarantine
  • Flights available from Delhi & Chandigarh to Kullu Bhuntur Airport
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  • Public transport buses, taxis, autos and private vehicles are operational
  • HRTC and private buses will be allowed to operate with proper measures of COVID
  • Ensure that you have a pre-booked hotel and a COVID negative test report before visiting Manali from other state as they are mandatory according to rules of the state government.
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Manali Waterfalls

There is something mystical about waterfalls in Manali that appears to draw a lot of travellers. The pearl-like water cascading from the high cliffs makes for a breathtaking view to be captured in the cameras by photography buffs as well as in the memories by the tourists.

An invigorating coolness fills the air around the falls and a lot of hikers tend to enjoy it after a strenuous trek. Other than hiking, these stunning waterfalls are also a mainstream place for day picnics as they are surrounded by dense pine forests and lofty cliffs.

Other than these, a dip in these cool Manali waterfalls will surely be a refreshing activity for you that will fill your body and mind with delight and positive vibes. 

Here is the list of best waterfalls in Manali:


Jogini Waterfall

Jogini Waterfall
Jogini Waterfall is situated in the delightful Valley of Manali. It is around 3 kilometers from the clamoring town of Manali and around 2 kilometers from Vashisht Temple. Travelers need to trek ahead from this temple to reach Jogini waterfall. The road that reaches to this cascade in Manali has a lot of orchards and pine trees  and it is one of the  best waterfalls in Manali. 

Height: The cascade falls from 160 feet. 

Best time: The best time to visit Jogini Waterfall is throughout the mid-year season. The best months to visit here are March and May and during the winters in October and February.

Rahala Waterfall

Rahala Waterfall
Rahala Falls, situated a ways off of 29 kilometers from Manali Bus Stand, is an outstanding excursion spot for local people and voyagers on their approach to Rohtang Pass from Manali frequently end to investigate the cascade  and it is one of the  best waterfalls in Manali. 

The water found at the Rahala Falls is generally cold as the water originates from a dissolving ice sheet of Himalayas. The encompassing is thickly vegetated with deodar and Silver Birch trees. 

Height: Located at an elevation of around 9000 feet, it is an ideal getaway for nature lovers and picture takers. 

Best time: The best time to visit Rahala Falls is between March and October as the water levels are high. Additionally, a large portion of the snow in the zone during this time gets dissolved making rivulets and uncovering the green floor covering of the environment.

Jana Waterfall

Jana Waterfall
Jana Waterfall is situated in a town named Jana in the transfixing valley of Manali. It is a characteristic waterfall and a popular fascination which is a most loved excursion spot. This spot is regularly visited by individuals dwelling close by to get away from the disorganized city life. The grand excellence of the locale under clear blue skies and natural air is trance-like  and it is one of the  best waterfalls in Manali. 

Height: Jana waterfalls drop from a height of around 30 feet. It lies in a place surrounded by thick vegetation. 

Best time: The best time to reach Jana fall is between September and June months which is the winter season in Manali. The temperature drops monstrously during this season making the trek testing.

Rozy Waterfall

Rozy Waterfall
Rozy Falls is arranged on the way Rohtang from Manali and is a well-known vacation spot. Wrapped in tall deodar trees, thick woods and bounteous nature, the brilliant falling water is a visual pleasure to the eyes and a renowned outing spot. Mitigating your psyche and soul, these falls make an exciting and enchanted feel and it is one of the  best waterfalls in Manali. 

Height: The wonderful sight of Rozy Falls' white waters spewing from a transcending tallness of around 20 feet makes valuable and remarkable recollections on the psyches of each passerby. 

Best time: Rozy Falls in Manali is one of the ideal spots to go through some quiet minutes in the lap of nature. The best time to be at this spot is during Monsoons, when the falls are in full stream.

Knoi Waterfall

Knoi Waterfall
It is a wonderful cascade arranged at Manali in Himachal Pradesh. Falling down from a stature of 20 m, this is a medium size out of Waterfalls in Manali . During the storm, this waterfall turns lovely due to the presence of a close-by a mountain that ultimately makes it look like a scene from a spray painting. 

Height: It falls down from 20 m.

Best time: Monsoon is the best time to see the beautiful scenic waterfall.
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"One of the cheapest and best sightseeing around the internet, perfect guide cum driver who knows all the ways and points , well guides with all the tradition over there , on time pickup and will take you for lunch however your budget is, almost covered all the places in Manali, thank you for such a wonderful trip."
Karthik Karthik Hampta Pass Trekking 2020
"The Hampta Pass Trek is a Total bliss. You get high with the mountains..the scenic views; the hot Maggie's and definitely with Snow. But also it's a moderate level; as I was a bit towards the heavier body persons,there were very little difficulties..otherwise it's the best one could ever do; to embrace Life."
18 September 2014
Morang La is an amazing point, which is also the highest peak almost 5300 ft, From there we trekked downwards and it was so exciting. We also encountered those nomadic groups there.A completely out of the box experience!!!
24 December 2019
Thanks to Thrillophilia for providing such an amazing and thrilling package in Manali. It was really an awesome experience. The camps and amenities were fantastic. My friends and I enjoyed trekking with our guide Chetan bhaiya. He is very caring and nice guy. Our evening was well spent around a mesmerising bonfire and DJ music. It was like a treat for everyone. Food served was good. The splendour view of mountains covered with snow and enchanting waterfall rejuvenates yourselves like anything. Infact, river rafting was a chilling experience in the cold!! I would recommend others to try such wonderful camping and spend their time in the lap of nature away from busy and chaotic routine life. It is really worth enjoying!
24 October 2018
Hampta Pass was my first multiple day trek and I had an amazing experience overall. The base points like Chika, Jwara, Balu ka Ghera are all placed very well from each other and serve as a perfect checkpoints for the overall trek. Our trek started on 14th Oct and due to snowfall our group could not complete the trek and we had to come back from somewhere near Blau ka Jheel. So my advice would be to plan this trek before September end otherwise it gets too cold and you can't even compete the trek. But apart from this, the Hampta Pass Trek is thoroughly enjoyable with scenes that feel straight out of some fairytale or wallpapers. As for beginners, this trek is easy-to-moderate with only very few tough patches. Happy Trekking!
We went for a trip to Kullu Manali and it was an amazing trip. The mesmerizing views, snowfall. everything was so beautiful. The accommodation was cozy and comfortable, meals provided during the tour was tasty, We enjoyed activities at Rohtang pass and it was fun visiting the local markets. We had a nice time on the trip.
This was our honeymoon trip, it couldn't have been better, everything was destined, our trip organizer was exceptional in customer service our driver was so friendly and adjusting, each hotel stay was good
16 January 2020
We were a group of 3 friends and visited Manali in the month of January. It was such an amazing journey for us right from the start from Delhi. We meet our driver Mr Mukesh and our trip started with a night drive to Manali. Mukesh was a really good driver and person. Our stay was very comfortable and food during the tour was also nice. Rohtang Pass was really amazing and we played in the snow ride snow scooter. Thanks to team Thrillophilia and Mukesh for making our trip memorable.
12 January 2020
Me and my family really enjoyed visiting Shimla and Manali on this tour. My kids were gone mad by seeing the now and it reminded me of my childhood days when I saw the snow first time. Our driver was very good and knowledgable pahadi person. He shared lot of interesting stories with us and not to mention we enjoyed some Himachali song with him also. Accommodation was very good and all the activities in the tour were planned as per the itinerary. A very satisfying trip and thanks to Thrillophilia for planning our family tour of Manali so we well.
We went to Kullu Manali for our honeymoon and it was an amazing trip. We enjoyed a lot during the entire trip. The adventure activities like paragliding, skiing were so much fun to do. Paragliding was one fo the best thing we did, we even did river rafting in Kullu and had a lot of fun. The city is so beautiful and the weather was a little cold. The trip was so well organized, we even had fun shopping and exploring the cafes there. Thanks, Thrillophilia for the memorable experience!!

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  1. Which are the waterfalls near Manali within 200 km?

    Visit these mesmerizing waterfalls near Manali for a replenishing holiday experience.

    1. Jana Falls: This is a greatly popular attraction near Manali and is visited by families, trekkers and others in large numbers. Surrounded by thick pine trees, you can trek through the forested area to reach the base of the falls and enjoy the majestic cascade. Besides, you can also visit the falls for a picnic or an outing with loved ones.

    2. Rahala Waterfalls: At a height of 9,000 feet, this waterfall is the highest in Manali. The water cascading comes from the glaciers in Rohtang Valley and the pool at the base has icy water. Moreover, adventurers can trek their way through parts of the picturesque Rohtang Pass Trek trail to reach the falls.

    3. Knoi Waterfalls: One of the smaller falls in Manali, Knoi has a 20ft drop. Surrounded by big rock formations and boulders, you can climb and hike around here. Moreover, it is best to visit the falls during monsoons as the pool at the end of the cascade has a nice flow which is perfect for a swim.

    4. Sissu Waterfalls: The waterfalls are situated near the Leh-Manali highway, between Lahaul and Spiti. One of the less explored sites, the Waterfalls are surrounded by thick flora and greenery. Also, the pouring white water is a relaxing sight.

    5. Sajla Waterfalls: Situated on the left bank of the Beas River, the Waterfalls are a part of the Sajla village which is about 10 km from Manali. Surrounded by deodar and pine trees, apple orchards and views of the mountain peaks, the falls are a popular picnic spot. You will have to trek from the Sajla temple to reach this small yet enthralling site.
  2. Which are the best times to visit Manali waterfalls?

    The best time to plan a trip to the Waterfalls in Manali is from April till June, this is the summer season. Or from October till February, when the hill-station experiences winters. Moreover, it is best to avoid the monsoons as there is a heavy downpour which causes landslides, slippery terrain and an influx in the water levels of the falls, making it unsafe for a visit.
  3. Are there any waterfall treks available in Manali?

    Here are the top five waterfalls in Manali where you can also go for a trek.

    1. Jogini Falls: Located around 4 km from Manali, this is among the top tourist attractions in the area. You can visit the falls by trekking for 2 km from the Vashisht temple and along the way you can savour the views of snow-covered mountain peaks and a flowing river. Upon reaching the falls, you can have a picnic, take a dip into the water or click pictures of the beautiful scenery.

    2. Jana Falls: One of the most popular tourist destinations in Manali, the Jana Falls are covered with pine forest and the base of the falls can be reached by hiking or trekking. Also, since it is an easy climb people of all ages can get here with ease. Moreover, you can also enjoy a picnic here as well as bird-watching and photography.

    3. Rahala Waterfalls: These waterfalls are the highest in Manali. One can enjoy trekking to the falls by taking on a trail that has views of the snow-capped Himalayas, natural streams and greenery along the way. Moreover, the cascading water comes from the glaciers in Rohtang Valley.

    4. Knoi Waterfalls: The waterfalls in Manali are best visited during monsoons as the flow of the pour is at its peak. Moreover, the falls are surrounded by rocky terrain that is ideal for a swift hike or trek. You can also take a swim into the pool or click pictures of the untouched natural beauty.

    5. Rozy Falls: Among the best trekking waterfalls in Manali. You will have to cross thick pine forests and hilly terrain to reach the base of the falls. Besides, the breathtaking sight of the water falling from between the mountain is an unmissable view. One can also take the Rohtang Pass route to reach here.
  4. Which are the best places to visit in Manali with family?

    Tourist places in Manali never cease to amaze with their picturesque serenity and the wonderful charm typical of mountain regions. Click here to check out the places to visit in Manali.

    Hidimba Devi Temple (This ancient 15th-century temple, is dedicated to Goddess Hidimba who was the wife of Bheem, one of the Pandavas)
    2. Solang Valley (The elevation of Solang Valley is such that it offers a perfect place to play in the snow and go skiing on the slopes)
    3. Rohtang Pass (You will see panoramic views of snow-capped mountains and flower-covered patches all around)
    4. Manu Temple ( the views of tall hills blanketed with lush green forests this temple offers make spectators gasp for breath)
    5. Old Manali (The idyllic village setting will make you feel like you have walked into the happy and hippie 1960s)
    6. Manali Sanctuary (See dense thickets of trees like poplar, willows, horse chestnut, deodars, and thickets of blazing red rhododendrons)

  5. Which are the best things to do in Manali?

    Manali is a true paradise for those who wish to get close to the magical snowy hills, With a vast bucket of things to do in Manali, a trip to this alluring hillock will definitely be a memorable one.

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    3. Paragliding In Kullu Manali, Flat 13% Off
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  6. How do I get to Jogini waterfall?

    Jogini Falls are around 4.5 km from the main Manali city. From the city center you can board a public transport or hire a taxi till Vashisht temple which is 2 km away. The temple is the starting point for a 2 km trek till the falls which takes around an hour to complete.
  7. What is the best time to visit Manali?

    October to February is the winter season and is viewed as the best time to visit Manali in the event that you like the cold. January is ideal to appreciate the joy of new snowfall. The temperature drops down beneath zero degrees Celsius. Summer in the area begins in March and endures till June.
  8. What is special about Manali?

    Manali has numerous special things that you can’t enjoy even when visiting different special places in India. The popular things in Manali can differ from awesome local food, travel to one of a kind encounters.

    That may, in fact, go from the run of the mill Himachal cooking styles to the handiwork things and the Himalayan herbs. At the close by spots like Solang, adventure sports are renowned among visitors.
  9. Is Manali safe?

    Manali, a place brimming with waterfalls in Manali is clearly a safe spot. One needs to guarantee security and play it safe - Well, this applies for each venture. You can't simply sit back guaranteeing the spot to be risky. You gotta get the chance to investigate and encounter.
  10. What is there to do in Manali at night?

    With below zero temperatures, vacationers favour staying inside, all warm and comfortable around a chimney or electric radiator. For the individuals who look for fun, there are various places nearby to hang out during these cold evenings.

    Aside from extraordinary food and the choice of drinks, you can move to the local or club tunes and enjoy as much as possible in the night. Khyber, Mall road and Solang valley are some of the special places that you can visit in Manali.

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