DESCRIPTION

This hike trail is only used by locals and done exclusively by Zostel Manali. The trail starts from the famous Manu temple and takes you through Apple orchids to Ghoshal Village. From here you cross couple of streams and the Beas River to reach Yogini Mata Temple. From the temple its a short steep hike to the top of the waterfall for the ultimate reward- A dip in the waterfall and exploring cave behind the falls. After spending some time at the waterfall you can hike to Vashisht and experience natural hot spring pool inside one of the many temples, or eat at one of the many popular cafes in Vashisht. From Vashisht you can come back to old manali via autorickshaw or take a leisurely downhill walk to Old Manali.

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4.9 Rating
6 Hours
2 Reviews

ITINERARY

What You Will Do
  • We start the hike at 10.00 am from Zostel Manali crossing Manu temple, Ghoshal village and River Beas to reach Yogini Mata Temple and start the short steep hike to the top of the waterfall.
    
  • Enjoy the scenic view of Manali while taking a dip at the waterfall and natural hot water pools.
    
  • We walk further to Vashisth temple and take a dip at the hot water springs.
    
  • You can eat at one of the many popular cafes in Vashist and then take a autorickshaw or walk downhill to return to Old Manali.

INCLUSIONS

  • Guide
  • Transport from Vashisth to Old Manali

POLICIES

  • Booking is subjected to weather conditions at the day of the hike. Zostel won't be responsible for cancellation of the treks due to unforeseen circumstances. The entire amount would be refunded for the same in case of cancellation due to bad weather.
  • Wear loose trousers or track pants.Keep a small towel and a pair of dry clothes.
  • Good trekking shoes are recommended.

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GROUP BOOKINGS

For groups exceeding 8 members only.

REVIEWS

You just cannot get enough of this amazing falls. If I could I'd stay here forever and ever..

Crossing the infamous Manu temple, beautiful apple orchards, freezing water streams, and the river Beas on an old wooden bridge. YES! From there it's an hour hike to the amazing Jogini waterfall. A must visit...