If you’re easily hit by a car and biking up one of the world’s highest passes isn’t your cup of tea, then the new Manali Rohtang Pass Hailey,taxi service Will take you across the valley to the gateway to heaven – Lahaul and Spiti Valley.

You can enjoy it from July 1st six seater helicopter ride The service which will cover a distance of 50 km between Manali and Rohtang Pass and will reduce the travel time from 3 hours to about 20 minutes (depending on the distance and altitude between Manali and Rohtang Pass). New helipads have been built at Vashishtha Bahal, 2 km from Manali, and at Madhi near Rohtang Pass. Construction of six more helipads in the surrounding areas is also in the pipeline.

The Manali-Rohtang Pass, which connects the lush green Kullu Valley with the dry Spiti Valley, needs no introduction. In summer when the pass opens for tourists, a long queue of tourist vehicles can be seen moving one after the other. But if you’re flying at 10,350 feet above the ground, you can not only Avoid backbreaking road trips But you can also experience dramatic changes in landscape and scenery.

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Additionally, the new Manali Rohtang Pass heli-taxi service will add a new dimension to the tourism sector in the region by attracting more travelers in the coming years. It will also be used for contingencies like landslides. However, it should also be noted that the service will be strictly subject to weather Since blizzards and blizzards are very common in this region.

The heli-taxi service comes after the successful launch of the Chandigarh-Shimla heli-taxi service last month. Commenting on this, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur has also mentioned about the things to come. Helipad services between Dharamshala to Chamba and Dalhousie to Manali.,

And yes, we agree that one can enjoy the picturesque views of Kullu Valley by riding a bike or driving a car, but if you want to fly over the snow capped mountains and have a visual experience like no other. If you want to experience this, we would recommend you to make use of the newly introduced helicopter pleasure ride and start your trip to Manali with a bang! What do you say?



By Arumugam

Ganesan Arumugam is a seasoned journalist with a passion for uncovering stories that resonate with readers worldwide. With a keen eye for detail and a commitment to journalistic integrity, Ganesan has contributed to the media landscape for over a decade, covering a diverse range of topics including politics, technology, culture, and human interest stories.