Great Himalayan National Park, Manali

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  • Address: Shamshi, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175123, Manali, India
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +91-1902265320
  • Ticket Price: 50 INR
  • Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
  • Tags: National Park, View Point, Family And Kids, Nature
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About Great Himalayan National Park, Manali

A must visit for nature lovers, the Great Himalayan National Park is situated around 110 kilometres from Manali, in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. A paradise for trekkers, the Park was constituted in the year 1984 and was formally declared a National Park in 1999. It covers an area of 754.4 sq. km. (square kilometres) and is host to around 2,300 households spanning over 160 villages.

This park offers a number of trekking trails that introduce you to various species of birds along with flora and fauna. Covered with alpine meadows and high altitude glaciers, this national park does catch the fancy of anyone who loves nature.

Great Himalayan National Park Information

  • Main Park trails are commonly impacted by floods and landslides.

Great Himalayan National Park Ticket Prices

Per day ticket prices:

  • Indian Nationals: INR 50
  • Foreign Nationals: INR 200
  • Indian Students: INR 30
  • Foreign Students: INR 100
  • Non commercial video camera- Indian: INR 150
  • Non commercial video camera- Foreign nationals: INR 300
  • Professional video cameras: Contact Park Director for approval and fees

How To reach Great Himalayan National Park by Public Transport

  • Renting a car or hiring a private taxi is recommended.

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Great Himalayan National Park, Manali Reviews

  • The Great Himalayan National Park is a wonderful place to go for trekking. Not so rushed with people like Manali, its remote and quiet. You'll get to see beautiful architecture, local food is not guaranteed though. Place is so peaceful and extremely beautiful. Must Visit.

  • March to September best time to visit

  • Awesome UNESCO world heritage site...great treks and plush beauty.... Tests your endurance totally.. when trekking from Rola to Shilt...really very steep climb... Camping at Rola is awesome experience..right next to tirthan river

  • I went there for a 6 day trek and the whole experience was exhilarating. The complete area is clean and most importantly peaceful. I liked how keeping the park ecosystem undisturbed is their top priority.

  • A little less accessible for trekking. You will need to make prior arrangments for food, guide, camps etc. There is no path for vehicle. So it's a by walk only week long trek if you are willing to cover even just few of the valleys. Difficulty level high to moderate. But a lovely place overall. The trek runs sideway to river with dense forest cover. No network once you start your trek for the GHNP gate.

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