Mandi

Mandi, earlier known as Mandav Nagar and Sahor, is one of the largest cities in Himachal Pradesh, at the distance of around 150 km from Shimla – the most beautiful hill station and capital city of the state. Located at an altitude of 1100 meter above sea level, the beautiful city is known for its pleasant weather conditions and some of the wonderful destinations.

Tourist Attractions in Mandi

During your holidays in Mandi, you will get a chance to explore some of the fascinated destinations ranging from natural wonders to architectural wonders.

Sunken Garden, Tarna Temple (Shyam Kali Temple), Bhima Kali Temple, Panchvaktra Temple, Kamlah Fort and Vishkarma Temple are some wonderful and must see attractions of Mandi.

Rewalsar Lake is another famous place know for floating islands of Reed. A Buddhist Monastery, A Sikh Gurudwara and Hindu Temple are three main shrines here.

Boothnath Temple is another wonderful destination here. Syamkall Temple or Temple of Tarna Devi located at walking distance from city is a wordship place.

Sundernagar is famous place at an altitude of 1190 meter above sea level known for shady walks amidst towering trees. Other wonderful destinations include Aut Tunnel, Victoria Suspension Bridge, Janjehli, etc are also wonderful places to keep you enticed during your holidays in the city.

Prashar Lake is in surrounding areas of Mandi at the distance of 50 km in northern side. You will also see natural beauty, wonders and feel serenity everywhere during your tour to Mandi.

How to Reach Mandi?

By Air: Bhuntar Airport is the nearest airport to reach Mandi by Air. Distance from airport is around 70 km that can be covered by bus or taxi.

By Rail: Jogindernagar is the nearest city having railway station to reach Mandi by Rail. Distance from Jogindernagar is 50 km that can be covered by bus or taxi.

By Bus: Shimla, Pathankot, Chandigarh, Delhi are different main cities from where bus connectivity is better. You can take bus or taxi from any of the aforementioned cities to reach there.