Mana village is a beautiful small village located on the Indo-Tibetan border in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, 3 km from Badrinath Bus Stand. This village is the last one in India before the border with Tibet. This little town is around 3219 metres above sea level.
Mana Village is an established tourist destination that is renowned for its beautiful scenery, historic temples, and the kind nature of its locals. The epic Mahabharata is believed to have been written at the Vyas Gufa (cave) that is located in Mana village. Other tourist attractions are the Ganesh Gufa (cave) and the Bhim Pul.
The ideal time to visit Mana Village is from May to early November. After November, the area is covered in heavy snow.
Last teas shop of India
The “Last Tea Shop of India” refers to a tea stall located in Mana Village, which is the last village in India on the border with Tibet. The tea stall is located near the Bhim Pul
The tea shop is well-liked by tourists and a popular attraction in Mana Village. While enjoying the incredible views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, visitors can sip tea or coffee. local family that has been running the tea stall for many generations.