- Address: Kothi, Distt Kullu, Himachal Pradesh Naggar, Himachal Pradesh 175130, Manali, India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Trail, Village, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Town
Kothi - Review
Kothi used to be a very popular place for camping while trekking towards the Rohtang Pass. It is still famous as a camping spot but now it has become very easily accessible by car. As a result Kothi is now a popular tourist destination.
This village is a real treat in summer. The months between March and June as well as September and October are the best time to visit Kothi. You can embark upon small nature trails or even hardcore treks from this village. Be sure to pack a good pair of walking shoes as well as your best winter gear even in summer. There is a beautiful gorge called the Kothi Gorge. If you want to see the River Beas at its ferocious and powerful best, this is the place to see it. The best way to experience its beauty is to trek to it.
- Best time to visit is during the day.
- The place is about 15 kilometers away from Manali.
How To reach Kothi by Public Transport
- Hire a car from Manali.
Restaurants Near Kothi
- Mount View
- Adarsh Restaurant
- Cafe Zeppelinn
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kothi
95% of people who visit Manali include Kothi in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
59.36% of people start their Kothi visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Kothi
94.35% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kothi
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