Welcome to Hotel Imperial Palace

Welcome to the Imperial Palace Manali, a 56 rooms luxury resort, located just 1.5km from The Mall at left bank of the river Beas. It offers a combination of luxury living & homely comfort as well as excellent selection of amenities and facilities.

Situated in hill state of Himachal Pardesh, Manali is a picturesque mountain resort, surrounded by snow clad peaks, with its unspoilt scenic grandeur is extremely popular with the tourists, far a lavish display of natural scenery. It is one of the principal show palaces of the Kullu region. To its North, South and West ostentation of pinnacles and ridges which in fine weather, stand out in bold relief against skyline. At the lower elevation and in every direction there are vivid green patches of grassland and evergreen valleys ascending in irregular formation present probably the best view in the country.

A land of gods and goddesses, fairs, festivals and ancient temples, it is the gateway to the mysterious valley of Lahul and Spiti across the 13000ft. Tanglang La Pass.

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Pandoh Dam

Pandoh Dam is an embankment Dam that lies in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. Constructed on Beas River, the primary purpose of Pandoh Dam is hydroelectric power generation. It was commissioned in 1977 and is located at a distance of 10 km from Manali. The man-made lake created by the dam draws a good number of people towards it. Vacationers travelling to Manali get a perfect location near the dam to click great pictures as the location is highly picturesque and full of lush greenery. If you want to see the view of the water flowing, you need to reach there at the right time. The sight of water being released is fantastic and is a treat for your eyes. Also, you can lay your eyes upon the lovely water birds into the greenish blue waters of the dam. Rafting is another favourite activity here, usually done in the lower bed.

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Great Himalayan National Park

Great Himalayan National Park is one of India's national parks, which is located in Kullu region of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded on all the three sides by the Himalayan Mountains, the park is home to diverse wildlife species. The Great Himalayan National Park received the status of a national park in 1999. At present, it is home to more than 375 species of fauna, 31 species of mammals and 181 species of birds. This beautiful location of the national park becomes all the more attractive due to the Deodar and Oak trees.

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Bijli Mahadev Temple

Located at an altitude of 2460 m at a hilltop in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, across the Beas River, Bijli Mahadev Temple is one of the ancient and sacred temples in India. As the name suggests, it is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is very popular for trekking. It is said that the Bijli Mahadev Temple houses a Shiva Linga which was broken into pieces by lightning, that was brought back together and bounded by a temple priest using butter. The word around is that this repeats itself every year.

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Parvati Valley Trek

The Parvati Valley Trek is quite long and taxing, but the reward is extremely exhilarating. As the altitude increases, the surroundings become more enchanting adorned with dense forests, lush green meadows and a plethora of gushing streams, all being flanked by majestic snow-clad peaks. The peaks with changing colours are quite unique and the sun gleaming over them makes the surrounding all the more beautiful. Crossing the Parvati River and its various tributaries can be a bit excruciating and so does traversing the high altitude fissures. However, no matter what number of challenges it presents, the Parvati Valley Trek is exhilarating enough to make it one of the most sought after Himalayan Pass trek at high altitudes.

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