Rahla Falls is 16 kilometers away from Manali on Leh-Manali route.
The falls formed by melting glaciers and gushes down from a height of 2,501 meters.
The scenic beauty of the area surrounding Rahala Falls is simply magnificent and the sound of the waterfall adds to its allure, making it a popular picnic spot for visitors. However, the excess of tourists has marrs the serenity of this spot.
One can make a pitstop at Rahala Falls before going for rafting here. .
If one is adventurous, can do a trek up the cliff which offers a stunning top view of the waterfall and the snow-capped mountain peaks.
For the less adventurous, they can view the waterfall, which is visible at multiple points on the way but, finding a spot to park might be a challenge. Make sure to dress appropriately if you plan on enjoying the snow and don’t waste too much time here, as there is still plenty more to explore in the region.
In conclusion, the Rahala Falls are a must-visit when traveling to Manali and a testament to the natural beauty that India has to offer. Just remember to leave some time for other sights, like the Beas Nalla and the Rohtang Pass (if open).”