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Travel Tips in Mandi

To get some travel tips in Mandi a good understanding of the location and the topography of this holy city of the hills is essential. Mandi, located in the centre of Himachal, is well connected to most highways in the state. Almost all buses going from north to south or east to west of the state cross this city.To travel within the city you can use your own private vehicle or hire a car. Public transport is also fine if you are on a tight budget. Some of the places in the outskirts of the city like the Rewalsar Lake, Sundernagar or Janjheli are just a few kilometres from the city. The drive to any of the above places is very picturesque and makes you feel connected with nature.

When you are travelling to Mandi by road, you will have to come via National Highway 20, 21 or 22. NH 20 passes through Pathankot via Dharamsala, to Mandi while NH 21 connects Manali to Chandigarh through Mandi. You could plan a trip along any of these highways and visit many more places like Manali or Dharamsala in one round trip.

When you visit places like Sundernagar or Janjheli you should hop onto a horse just for the thrill of it. There are horses at some of the spots around Mandi, for instance the last part of the journey to the Shikari Devi temple at Janjheli has to be covered either on horse back or on foot, since the road is inaccessible by car.

The final travel tip in Mandi would have to be about the correct time and season to visit the place. During winters the temperatures drop to freezing levels but summers are pleasant. However, Mandi travel can be a great experience in both the seasons, since the scenic beauty of the place doesn’t get compromised. When planning trips to the neighbouring wonders like Rewalsar or Jogindernagar be sure to leave early for your destination and return to your hotel before sunset. This way you will be well rested and ready for one more day of adventure, since most places in and around Mandi would make you walk a lot due to their heights or their forest cover.

Last Updated On: 2011/07/07

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