Unwind and relax on this camping trip at one of the most gorgeous hill stations in India—Manali. Listen to the pleasant tweeting of birds and the gurgling of the Beas river throughout the day. You can spend time at leisure by going on a nature-walk and playing some amusing board games. Enjoy a quiet reverie sitting before the soothing warmth of the bonfire in the cold evening. At night, snuggle under your blankets in luxury Swiss tents at your campsite in Manali.
Manali is a gorgeous hill station located at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas. Your campsite is set up in the silent ambiance—cut off from the chaos of tourist places—at the banks of Beas River, surrounded by thriving trees and snow-capped mountains. You can go shopping in the main Manali market, which is at a short distance from the campsite. You will stay in luxury Swiss tents with attached washroom. All basic amenities will be provided during your stay.
Relax with breathtaking views of snowy peaks from the campsite. | Go on nature walk alongside Beas River. | Spend a night in your luxury Swiss tents.
1 and above years
Arrive at the campsite in Manali by 12:00 hours. Settle in your Swiss tents and spend the rest of the day at leisure. You can go out on a nature walk, play indoor games or spend time chatting with your friends in the café at your campsite. In the evening, savour some hot barbeque and enjoy a session of the bonfire. Post dinner, retreat to your comfortable Swiss tents for the night.
Overnight in Swiss tents.
You'll check-in at the campsite by 12:00 hrs and then you can spend the day at leisure. Your meal package includes dinner only. You can have lunch at the cafÃ© available at your campsite.
For cancellation made 30 days before the check-in: 100% refund.
For cancellation made 30-15 days before the check-in: 50% refund.
For cancellation made 0-15 days before the check-in: No refund.
All refunds will be processed after deducting a transaction fee of INR 200 per person. This fee is charged by The Great Next.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.