About Manali Sissu Trip

A belt of greenery topped with sprinklers of calm winds, terrain nuzzled on the laps of Valley of God, the land of wanderlust,yes u guessed it right it's Manali. Situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Encircled with vibrant energy around them, the quartet, Manali, Sissu, Solang valley and Jogini waterfall are the best package of joy to experience.

In an era of aesthetic pictures, Manali is the finest place to array one with ambient cafes, small eat-in places, road trips with scenic attractions etc. Manali holds a special place in nature lovers and adventurous people’s bucket list, as it grasps one’s attention towards the activities, beauties and philosophy of nature that was never noticed before. The glory of Manali lies in the art of nature and its models placed firmly on mother earth. From a thrilling road trip to Sissu from Manali via Atal Tunnel to mesmerising calmness in the nights of Manali, it becomes one of the most overwhelming times of lifetime.

The Manali & Sissu trip is a constant transition of landscapes and environment imparting one in all kinds of experiences to go back home with.

The Manali Sissu tour is a full package of unlimited fun and panoramic beauty co-existing with the science behind modern engineering marvel i.e the Atal tunnel to reach environmentally equipped and a village rich in culture, Sissu.

Places to visit in Manali Sissu Tour Package

  • Hadimba Devi Temple: Amidst the snow-capped mountains of Manali, a distinctive shrine of Hidimba Devi (in the epic of Ramayana, she was present as wife of Bhima and mother of Ghatothkach) is positioned towering deodar trees. It is believed that the rock on which the shrine is built is the picturesque of Hidimba Devi herself apart from this another interesting fact related to the temple is that Goddess Hidimba Devi is also considered as the angel of the valley. The eccentric structure of the shrine also attracts tourists to this place.
  • Old Manali: According to folklore, Manali was named after Sage Manu, also said to have saved various species of flora and fauna in a terrible flood. Modern world also calls Manali as a Global Village due to its accomplished establishment of structures and tourism without sacrificing its richness in culture. Manalsu, a tributary of the Beas river, cuts the town of Manali and divides it into New Manali and Old Manali. Wandering on the roads of Old Manali and exploring different cafes will give you thrills of experiencing the bollywoody Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.
  • Lahaul Valley: 33 km from Manali on the route to Leh ,takes you to one of the hubs of Buddhist Art and Culture,splendorous mountain villages and stunning views of various terrains. Lahaul valley is also known as the better half of Spiti but less people are aware of the unique features Lahaul valley holds.The drastic change in landscape occurs when one crosses Kullu region to reach Lahaul region.
  • Sissu via Atal Tunnel: Modern engineering has provided Manali with a marvellous structure called Atal tunnel which helps one reach Sissu from Manali. The magical village nestled in the wonders of Manali is simply a paradise for all adventurers to inculcate the euphoric experience of calmness around Sissu lake and waterfall,get the blessings of Sissu village’s deity Lord Gyephang, lying on the grounds of Sissu hills surrounded by tents while stargazing, trekking, cycling and being a part of adventurous river rafting in the chandra river of Sissu village. Sissu village acts as a base camp for all trekkers and is a starting point to several trekking routes.
  • Solang Valley: The Snow Valley of Manali as the name suggests is popular for its snow and enriching experience of adventure sports like paragliding, skiing, camping, zorbing etc. The white sheet covering the snow acts as a catalyst to the accelerating charm of the valley, enhancing and rejoicing tourists of all ages at different levels whether it be honeymoon couple kindling romance or family and children spending time away from their busy lives in peaceful valleys to stimulate better bonds.
  • Vashisht Temple: A place with natural hot springs along with medicinal qualities, with scenic beauties just 3 kms from Manali, may sound unreal but you will be happy to know that heaven like this exists. Amidst the majestic charm, there is a 4000 year old temple devoted to Guru Vashisht, who was one of the infamous Saptrishis and mentioned as the mentor of Lord Rama in the epic Ramayana. Vashisht temple is said to be constructed on the same place where Sage Vashisht used to meditate. Architecture of the temple is typically called Himalayan Kath Kuni featuring ancient stepwell,figures and many more architectural marvels.
  • Jogini Waterfall: Further on the edge of the Vashisht village, it would take around 3 hours to trek and capture the scenic beauty of the place through eyes and camera. Jogni Waterfall has a pleasant temperature enhancing the adventure.

Things to do in Manali Sissu Tour package

  • Trekking: Hiking on rough terrains at different altitudes certainly provides one with a high adrenaline rush, which most of us crave for, specially the nature lovers and adventure bugs. Trekking is a prime activity to be executed in the Valley of Gods that enriches the ultimate experience of landscapes and charming views. In major parts of the Manali-Sissu tour package, one has to trek to reach different destinations and it surely turns out to be worthwhile.
  • Camping: In the chaos of life most of us often crave for a place to find peace and calmness to the inner core, camping in the Manali Sissu tour contributes majorly to this purpose of travellers. Travellers and tourists often find tranquillity amidst the tents and valley with a campfire, leading them to contemplate their life and at the same time enjoy with loved ones or strangers that turn into family.
  • Stargazing: In many instances of life, we feel the need to just lie down and relax to an extent where the body finds ultimate silence and the mind is free of stress. Stargazing is one such activity that fuels individuals with joy, happiness and serenity. Sissu is a prime location for Stargazing as it gives an individual noteworthy times to cherish later on in their lives.
  • Photography: Many photographers and nature lovers wander in search of ideas and inspiration but what could be better than taking inspiration from mother nature herself. Photographers often find themselves trapped in the essence of the valley’s beauty. Every bit of the trip would add on to the footage of the camera while Solang Valley stands out as it has snow covered areas adding whiteness to the captures too.

Best time to visit Manali Sissu

  • Spring: During the spring season new leaves start to form and grow. Manali is beautiful and with the lust of greenery it turns the scenic view into more majestic.
  • Summer: During summers the temperature increases but does not reach to extreme levels like other places but the crowd is usually more because people escape their worlds and reach Manali & Sissu.
  • Autumn: During the autumn season (from September to October) the leaves starts to fall and the valley turns into a wonderland.
  • Winter: For all those who love and crave for snow, winters in the valley are a paradise to them, especially Solang Valley, where the area sees snowfall and temperature drops down.

How to reach Manali Sissu?

  • Airways: To reach Manali-Sissu you can take a flight to the nearest airport Bhuntar which is around 90 km away from Sissu village, from the airport you can board a bus to Keylong or take a taxi to the village on by travelling on Leh-Manali highway.
  • Roadways: Start your journey from whichever part you belong to Delhi. From Delhi take a bus to reach Manali and from Manali bus station take a bus to Keylong, while taking the Leh-Manali highway, it will drop you at Sissu village. From Manali you can also take a road trip to Sissu via Atal Tunnel.
  • Railways: Chandigarh is the nearest railway station to Manali and from Manali take a bus to Keylong which will drop you by Sissu village.


1. What is the best time to visit Manali Sissu?

The best time to visit Manali Sissu is from February to June and September to December.

2. Can we cover Solang Valley and Sissu in one day?

It is more advisable to stay at each place to engulf its richness but in terms of travelling yes it is possible to cover both the destinations in a day.

3. What is Sissu famous for?

The charming village called Sissu is famous for its unique foods, pleasant weather, stargazing and peaceful environment.

4. How to reach Manali Sissu?

From your respective city take a flight or train to Delhi, from where you can board a bus or drive to Manali. Now Board a bus from Manali bus station to Keylong or take a taxi from the nearest airport of Bhuntar.

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Day 0

Delhi To Manali | Overnight Journey

  • Assemble at boarding point in Delhi - RK Ashram Marg Metro Station/Majnu Ka Tilla/Keshav Puram Metro Station and meet your Trip Captain.
  • Start an overnight journey to Manali and socialize with your co-travellers.

Day 1

Manali Arrival & Local Exploration

  • After arriving in Manali, check-in to our comfy hotel, freshen up and have some leisure.
  • Post leisure, head out to explore the famous Hadimba Devi Temple situated amidst towering deodar trees.
  • Take a walk into the woods at Van Vihar and treat yourself with mouthwatering dishes at various themed cafes in Old Manali.
  • In the evening, visit Manali’s Mall Road and spend time there by enjoying street food and shopping souvenirs.
  • Savour delightful dinner and overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 2

Sissu via Atal Tunnel & Solang Valley

  • Wake up to a beautiful mountain morning and post breakfast, drive from Manali to Lahaul Valley via the newly opened Atal Tunnel.
  • Witness a sudden transformation in the landscape once you cross from Kullu to Lahaul region.
  • Visit Sissu village and Sissu Lake (If weather permits).
  • While returning back to Manali, take a stop at Solang Valley and indulge in various adventure activities over there.
  • Savour delightful dinner and overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 3

Vashisht Temple & Jogini Waterfall

  • Today is your last morning in Manali and we will make the most out of it. Post breakfast at the hotel, drive towards Vashisht village. Visit the famous holy hot water springs at Vashisht Temple.
  • Follow the trail and hike from Vashisht village to Jogini Waterfall. This small trail passes through rustic village homes and towering deodar forest.
  • Relax in the surreal beauty of Jogini Waterfall and capture some #InstaPerfect shots.
  • In the evening, start-off your overnight journey from Manali to Delhi.


  • Transportation from Delhi to Delhi: AC Semi-Sleeper Volvo Bus or Tempo Traveler, Tempo Traveler/Cab at all other times.
  • Accommodation on Sharing Basis: Hotel.
  • Meals: Dinner (2) and Breakfast (2), starting from Dinner on Day 1 to Breakfast on Day 3.
  • Bonfire (if weather permits) only on any 1 Night during the stay, music and local explorations as per itinerary.
  • Experienced and cool Trip Captain.
  • Driver allowances, toll taxes, parking, state taxes.


  • Any extra meals apart from the ones mentioned under inclusions.
  • Travel Insurance, items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry etc.
  • Any entry fees, extra expenses for optional activities , room heaters or tickets, unless quoted in Inclusions.
  • Cost of snow-chained or 4*4 Vehicle if needed due to heavy snowfall.
  • Any other costing involved due to circumstances like natural calamity, weather conditions, riots, roadblocks, landslides or any other forced circumstances which are out of our control.
  • GST (5%) is applicable extra.
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the above inclusions.


Price Summary

Price ₹ 7999 ₹7499

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