Hadimba Temple: Located in lovely wilderness and natural setting. It is just 2 km. from the Mall. This four tiered pagoda shaped temple erected by Raja Bahadur Singh in 1553 is a marvelous piece of wooden carving and figures.
Vashisth Temple: As the name indicates itself the place associated with saga Vashisth is 4 km. from Manu's land. This temple was built by the king Jayamajya around 1000 years back in the memory of his father.
Solang Valley (2760 M): 15 km. drive from Manali is on the way to Rohtang between Manali and Kothi is 3 km left to traditional wooden village of Palchan.
Jagatsukh : 6 km. drive leads on the first capital of the valley is famous for Gayatri and Shiva temple. Ghiva temple in pyramid from with beautiful carvings dates back to 8th century.
Tibetan Monastery: A small monastery in a peaceful clearing has image of the Buddha & some exquisite tangkhas. Famous for carpet weaving & Tibetan handicrafts.
Kothi (1980 M): Last habitation in the valley barely 15 km. from here commands a spectacular view of the glaciers and deep gorges.
Naggar (1760 M): Magnificent trail of 25 km to heritage resort perched in the sloppy hill takes back you to glorious past. It remained the seat of power till 1460 and then sifted to Kullu. Naggar is the seat of assembly of gods where they meat to alleviate the sorrows of humanity. There is a beautiful stone temple a few steps down to the castle where 8 mettle idols stand on the pedestal and a little bit away is beautiful pagoda style Tripura Sundri Temple.
Manikaran: 86 km. long drive is a hot favorite locale in the Parvati valley is Manikaran. This is believed that once the serpent king Shesh nag stole jewels of Parvati while in bath and furious Shiva threatened him of dire consequences.