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Planning a trip to Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India

4th Mar to 9th Mar, 2024Budget Friendly Train
Lazy & Relaxed
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  • Things to Carry

Things to do in Manali in March

Day 1 - Tuesday 5th, Mar
morning -

Drive to McLeod Ganj

afternoon -

Check-in to hotel and visit local flea market, Bhagsu Nag Waterfall, Dalai Lama Monastery, and local cafes

evening -

Dinner at hotel

Day 2 - Wednesday 6th, Mar
morning -

Start trekking to Bir

afternoon -

Visit local markets in Bir and if time allows, explore the local markets of Bir

evening -

Arrival in Bir for Paragliding

Day 3 - Thursday 7th, Mar
morning -

Spend day in Bir and visit local cafes and experience the local food.

afternoon -

Relaxed afternoon

evening -

Join back the group and watch local entertainment.

Day 4 - Friday 8th, Mar
morning -

Head back to Delhi by coach

afternoon -

Lunch break on the way to Delhi

evening -

Reach Delhi

Day 5 - Saturday 9th, Mar
morning -

Say goodbye to Delhi

afternoon -

End of Trip

Weather in Manali in Invalid date
Avg Temp5°C to 20°C
Chance of Rain20%
Chance of Snow10%

March is generally a pleasant time to visit Manali, with mild temperatures and mostly sunny skies. However, occasional snowfall or rain is possible. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

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*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Manali

Clothing & Apparel

Warm jacket -

Preferably windproof and waterproof for any unexpected weather conditions

Base layer clothing -

Comfortable, moisture-wicking fabrics for warmth and breathability

Fleece or sweater -

For added warmth and layering options

Comfortable pants or leggings -

For exploring and outdoor activities

Hiking boots or sturdy shoes -

For uneven terrain and walking comfort

Hat, gloves, and scarf -

For protection from cold and wind

Sunglasses -

For sun protection

Swimsuit (optional) -

For any potential hotel or resort pools


Small backpack or daypack -

For carrying essentials and extra layers

Reusable water bottle -

For hydration during activities

Headlamp or flashlight -

For evening or early morning activities

First-aid kit -

For minor emergencies

Toiletries and personal care items -

Essentials like toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, etc.

Sunscreen -

For sun protection

Insect repellent -

To keep bugs away

Travel towel (optional) -

For quick drying after any water activities

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport or ID card -

For identification purposes

Travel documents -

Including train tickets, hotel bookings, etc.

Money and credit cards -

For expenses and purchases

Travel insurance (recommended) -

For unexpected events and emergencies

Medications (if any) -

Prescriptions and over-the-counter medications

Travel pillow (optional) -

For comfort during train travel

Good to have

Travel umbrella -

For unexpected rainfall

Small umbrella or foldable fan -

To beat the sun or heat

Small notebook and pen -

For notes or journaling

Camera (optional) -

To capture memories

Binoculars (optional) -

For wildlife viewing or scenic vistas


Smartphone -

For communication, navigation, and photos

Power bank -

To keep devices charged

Travel adapter -

If necessary for your devices

Headphones or earphones -

For music or entertainment

Laptop or tablet (optional) -

For work or entertainment purposes

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and major credit cards are widely accepted in Manali. However, it's always advisable to have some local currency on hand for smaller purchases or in case of emergencies.

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