The River Crescent Resort

Address: 2558-1, VPO, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2558-1, VPO, Manali, is near River Beas and Hot Springs at Manikaran.
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      Day Nine – Touring the Manali Area

      A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 03, 2014

      28 photos

      ... river glass for Kim. She loves to collect beach glass.

      We drove closer to Manali and stopped at Vashishth village. The temple there is over 4000 years old. There was a German woman who wanted to get a better picture of the shrine and stuck her head into the holy are. A temple guard rushed over and moved her out of the way! We then went to the hot springs. The driver took me to the men’s bath. Kim did not want to repeat her experience of yesterday and ...

      Heaven in the hills

      A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Nov 05, 2013

      13 photos

      ... reading the biography of Sir Francis I noted that his parents house was in a clearing in the forest up the slope from the church, so off I set to find it. I wanted so much to get a picture of it to take back to those close Younhusband's past, in Dorset. A lot of battling through branches and an Indian form of brambles later and I had made it about 150m up the slope and had got to a road. I then realised that I could have just walked up the road ...

      The Trek

      A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Sep 01, 2013

      3 photos

      ... arrived was a huge valley which leads all the way up to Mount Deo Tibba base camp at 4800 metres. As I gazed up at the row upon row of pine trees and gushing waterfalls, with many of the higher ones jutting out above the clouds, I already started feeling daunted by the prospect of three days of walking up, and then another couple walking down again before we’d even started.

      But as we placed our ...

      Don't go chasing waterfalls...

      A travel blog entry by laurabizzle12 on Sep 17, 2012

      1 photo

      ... in really good shape, plump with thick glossy coats, so must be loved. Some just chill outside, there was one renegade emerged in a pond peeping out much like buffalos often do. The path wound along the hillside offering an amazing view down onto the valley and then led into a wooded area. Moving from the path on the cliffs edge into the wooded area was like moving from day into night. Under the cover of the trees that atmosphere was dewey, and ...

      Just missed the Dalai Lama

      A travel blog entry by cameron.burge on Jul 17, 2012

      ... evolved into an important tourist and pilgrimage destination, and has since grown much in population. It also is loclalluy know as Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" (a short form of Dharamshala used mainly by Tibetans) because of its large population of Tibetan refugees.The Tibetan government-in-exile is headquartered in ...