Located at the walking distance from the main city of Manali, the sanctuary is spread around a small area of approximately 32 sq km. The sanctuary enthralls visitors with the abundant amount of flora and fauna.
The world famous wildlife sanctuary is a home to many endangered species of mammals, birds, reptiles and animals. The list of most commonly found animals in the sanctuary includes Himalayan Black Bear, Hiamlayan Palm Civet, Himalayan Yellow Throated Marten, Kashmir Flying Squirrel, Flying Fox, and Barking Deer etc.
The sanctuary offers trekking and camping facilities to the adventure lovers visiting the place.
It is densely populated with Walnut, Deodar, Alpine, Kail, Chestnut and Maple trees.
Most of the tourists feel excited to see the animals and mammals present in the sanctuary.Musk Deer, Monal, Leopard, Stripped Hyena,HimalayanSquirrel Himalayan Tahr are found in huge numbers in the sanctuary.
The sanctuary is well connected to the famous tourist city of Manali, which in turn is well connected to the other cities of the country.
And there are plenty of options for travelers around this sanctuary. Rohtang Pass, Vashishth Temple, Hidimba Temple, Manikaran Hot Water Springs are some of the local sightseeing options around the Manali Sanctuary. In the backdrop of the mighty Himalayas, this sanctuary looks immensely beautiful.