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Sharing my Snow Peak Retreat Manali Honeymoon Unforgettable Experience.

After dot one year here i am sharing my manali snow park retreat honeymoon experience. Actually thing is that i don't like to share my experience on online but my friend forced to share.. After thinking 3 to 4 hrs I finally decided to write. Below I am sharing my thought.

Everyone says "Love, ardor, desire and romance means Manali" but as I am south India I always like to spend honeymoon vacation in Kerala like place, but first time i am spending vacation with my partner. Before landing to this greenery and stunning place I'd decided to spend only two days but the cool environment and outstanding hotel service convinced my mind to stay anther 4 days. Oh! I am forgetting to tell you where i was staying. I stayed at the most romantic and peaceful environment hotel called Snow park retreat. I have booked this hotel with my manali honeymoon package from a Delhi base travel agent named "Dpauls Travel and Tour Ltd."Let me explain what we did entire 7 days.


First day i head to Hadimba temple, even though the Manali has may striking attraction but the main archaeologically and historically point is Hadimba temple you can say Dhoongri temple. The temple was built around 1533 A.D.A that i thought after seeing this temple. Yeah I confirmed that year of built by asking local people. After spending 4 to 5 hrs we return to hotel and have fun in night. Next day morning after taking breakfast Me and my partner head to the Manu temple, it is just 3 kilometer away from the main market of old Manali.

From the local folk i knew that this temple is only one temple of Manu in entire India, who was the creator of the human race on the glove. Really it was to interesting and fun to learn about Lord Manu. You can't believe me, we spend whole day to study about it as I and my wife like to research on history.. So we didn't mind to spend entire day. This is why people love to spend vacation in this beautiful land.We take 3 days to 4 days visiting entire temples in Manali.

We had only 2 days in our hand so we decided to fun in some adventure activities.Our time in Tibetan Monasteries, it was newly constructed monasteries where we and other explorer purchased some Tibetan handicrafter for our friend and home. Solang Valley, the place was simply fantastic. I'd never seen such wonderful destination ever in my life. Really we enjoyed lot on the snow.

After spending whole day in Soland valley we spend around 5 hours in the The Manali Club House, maintained by Himachal Tourism Development Corporation. It was the best place for us to play some indoor games such as billiards,library, roller skating rink, carom room and have fun in bar and restaurant..Oh I forget to update my images... Don't worry I will share all images in my next post, meanwhile please go through post and share your experience. By the way I want to give all credit to my travel planner or you can say travel agent, whatever , DPauls Tour and Travel for making my trip memorable.

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