Mana Village in Chamoli

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Mana Village in Chamoli

Mana, located in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district, has been dubbed the “Last Indian Village” on the Indo-Tibet border. The location is close to the religious site of Badrinath and is only about 4 kilometers away from this important pilgrimage site.

Mana Village is situated on the banks of the Saraswati River at an elevation of approximately 3219 meters. It boasts the pristine beauty of the Himalayan peaks and verdant greenery, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers.

Many people also trek in the village’s surrounding areas to explore lesser-known trails that are filled with views and sites that can leave an indelible mark on the heart and mind for the rest of their lives.
You will have to trek to Saraswati temple, Badrinath temple, and Vasudhara Falls if you want to visit these places.

Mana Village is an ideal starting point for several high-altitude treks that are both challenging and rewarding. Sip steaming hot tea in the last shop of India’s last village. This is something you will remember as an unforgettable experience from your time in Mana.

Our Mana travel guide is jam-packed with information on the best places to visit and amazing things to do, making it a must-have for anyone looking for an unforgettable travel experience.

Best Time to Visit Mana Village

Throughout the summer, the temperature is quite cool, and the breeze chills the spine. The place receives heavy rainfall during the monsoons, which makes it difficult for tourists to visit, but Mana defines its elegance during this time, and the freshness in the air makes everything pure and eye-catching.


SUMMER
During this time, this enchanting village is so calm and pleasant that you will be able to enjoy everything it has in store for you. During the summer, the average temperature is around 18 °C. Because the temperature drops after sunset, it can still be chilly out here at night.

MONSOON
It is entirely possible to visit this location during the monsoon season. The temperature is also close to 15 °C. However, you may encounter roadblocks and landslides on the way there. This is why it is recommended to check the weather forecast before planning a trip during the monsoon season.

WINTER
Winters in Mana are harsh, with temperatures dropping below 0 °C most of the time during the evenings and nights. The area also experiences frequent snowfall, making it difficult to visit.

Places to Visit in Mana Village

Mana, the last known village on the Indo-Tibetan border, has a number of religious and scenic attractions to offer. Among them are Badrinath and Neelkanth. You can tie your shoelaces because you can walk to a few places from here. It is a very appealing location for devotees, but it also has a lot to offer adventure seekers.

  1. Neelkantha
  2. Tapt Kund
  3. Badrinath Temple
  4. Vasudhara Fall
  5. Vyas Gufa 
  6. Saraswati Temple
  7. Bheem Pull
  8. Mata Murti Temple

 

Hotels in Mana Village

The nearest place to stay in Joshimath, which is about 50.1 kilometers away. Joshimath offers a wide range of accommodation options, from hotels to resorts, inns to cottages. The majority of places to stay in the city and surrounding areas are reasonably priced. Camping is also very popular in Joshimath and the surrounding areas. Trekkers and adventurers prefer to camp around the city, where they can enjoy spectacular views.

How to Reach Mana Village

Joshimath, located on NH 58, has good road connectivity to all of Uttrakhand’s major cities and towns, as well as neighboring places such as Delhi. The location is about 50 kilometers from Mana, and the village is easily accessible by cab from there.

BY AIR
The nearest airport to Mana is Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport. The distance between Mana village and Dehradun is approximately 341 kilometers. You can take a taxi or a bus from there, whichever is more convenient for you.

BY RAIL
The nearest railway station, located in Haridwar, is approximately 324 kilometers from the village. There are buses and taxis available from here that will take you to your destination.

BY ROAD If you prefer to travel by road, you can take the NH 51 route to Joshimath before continuing on to Mana.

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