Vkclicks: Spiti Valley Day 8 - Manali to Bilaspur

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Spiti Valley Day 8 - Manali to Bilaspur

Spiti Valley Day 8 - Manali to Bilaspur

Day 7

Day 8, We reached Manali yestreday evening, and after taking some time to recuperate, we visited the Manali market.The localities informed us about the famous Hidimba Temple (It is a temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima). We decided to visit the temple in the morning which was 2 Kms from where we were staying.

Hidimba Devi Temple Manali
Hidimba Devi Temple Manali

Hidimba Devi Temple vishal kadam

Hidimba Devi Temple

We visited the temple as planned, had a Pakoda's for breakfast and came back to the hotel and headed on our way to Kasol.

Chai Pakoda

 The road to Kasol was in decent condition and we managed to reach the village  before time.

Manali Road


Kasol village is situated in Parvati Valley, which is close to the banks of Parvati River.

way to kasol
Way To Kasol

Beautiful view of Kasol
Due to the unavailability of decent hotel rooms, we decided to stay in Mandi which was another 80 Kms from Kasol. As it was already afternoon, we had Lunch in Kasol. In lunch we were presented with delicious Punjabi cuisine.

kasol lunch
Dal Makhani for Lunch
To our surprise we reached Mandi at 5 in the evening, as we had ample amount of time, we decided to continue our Jorney and stay at Bilaspur ( 66 Kms from Mandi).

yamaha r15

mountan view manali

The decision to continue proved out to be costly as the road turned out to be in disastrous condition and it took us 3 hours more.

We reached Bilaspur at  8 PM and started our journey to find a hotel. As it was a small city due to which we faced quite some difficulties on our search for a room.

Finally after roaming without a clue for half an hour, we came across Neelam Hotel and we stayed here at the cost of 600 Per Night.

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