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Camping In Kullu Manali: All you need to know


Are you looking for the best place to introduce your child to the Himalayas? Manali is the best place to visit!

The Camping Kings is the perfect blend of adventure and fun, as well as an unforgettable Himalayan adventure. The campsite is located away from the hustle and bustle of Manali, surrounded by pine trees and cedar forests. This camp combines outdoor activities like rock climbing, rappelling, valley crossing, trekking, and other activities that bring us closer to nature. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Indrasan, Inderkilla, Pha Konda, and Hanuman Tibba peaks while relaxing in the snow!

We prioritise safety above all else. All adventure activities are overseen by qualified, trained personnel.

Welcome to the snowy abode of India! For a long time, we had heard about the famous Kullu Manali duo and had hoped to visit this popular winter destination during our summer vacations. Manali was probably one of the first places that stuck with us as a snowy destination with a climate and terrain unlike anything we’d seen in our country. As a result of the increased popularity of visiting this snow-covered region, several Manali holiday packages have emerged.

The best time to go

The months of May and June are ideal for visitors to Manali. When it comes to camping, the trekking camps in Manali are at their best in December. You will not only be able to appreciate nature’s wonders, but you will also be able to enjoy magical snowfalls, soul-stirring sunrises, and enchanting views of the great Himalayas.

Manali weather

Visitors of all types are not surprised by the weather in Manali. The weather in the hills can change in an instant, despite having a pleasant climate that serves backpackers all year. Though this aspect of Manali weather may not meet your requirements, Summers last from March to June, with average temperatures ranging from 10°C to 25°C.

From July to September, the monsoon season lasts, with average temperatures ranging from 11°C to 15°C.

Winter lasts from October to February, with average temperatures ranging from -15°C to 12°C.

Camping on a Budget in Manali

There are a variety of camping packages for Manali available online, depending on factors such as season, duration, inclusions, and exclusions. The basic package price for one day of camping in Manali ranges from INR 1,500 to INR 2,000 per person and includes:

Preparations (based on double or triple sharing & taxes excluded)

Dinner Parties (Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner)

Rappelling, rock climbing, flying fox, and valley crossing are just a few of the adventure activities available.

Aside from that, the cost of travelling to Manali from the nearest city, Delhi, varies depending on the mode of transportation used.

Flights from New Delhi to Kullu Manali Airport can cost up to INR 5,000 per person round-trip. (Based on reservations made 45 days in advance)

Trains can only get as far as Jogindernagar Railway Station, the nearest railhead. Because there is no direct train from Delhi to Jogindernagar, a one-way ticket can cost up to INR 2,000 per person.

Buses are the most cost-effective, convenient, and comfortable mode of transportation from Delhi to Manali. On average, a one-way bus journey via HRTC state-run and private Volvo buses can cost up to INR 1000 per person.

Manali’s Best Camping Locations

Manali is full of gems, but nothing beats the allure of the top three attractions for camping: the Beas River, Solang Valley, and Kothi.


People seeking a less crowded location should visit Bhuntar, which is located in Manali’s remote regions. This location guarantees an unforgettable camping adventure. It has a very basic campsite with almost all of the amenities needed to survive in the woods. This campsite, right next to the river, offers a one-of-a-kind camping experience.

The river Beas

Camping in Manali doesn’t get much better than the campsites near the Beas River, with their lush nature, majestic hills, gushing streams, and postcard-like Himalayan views. The Beas River flows from the Himalayan region of Beas Kund to the Sutlej Basin in the state of Punjab. The Beas River, which stretches for approximately 470 kilometres,

Solang Valley

The magnificent Solang Valley, perched above the mesmerising valley of Kullu, serves as another stunning campsite nearby, about 14 kilometres from the city centre. This valley, named after the nearby village of Solang, is the perfect blend of scenic vistas and snow. It is a scenic haven for skiing, cable car rides, paragliding, and other adventure sports.



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