Travel Destination Kullu and Manali

About About Kullu and Manali

Gifted with some of the most wonderful land portraitures, Kullu and Manali is traveler’s dean – long row for snow clad mountains, narrow deep gorges, breath taking green lands, picturesque mountain lakes beautiful land mark architectural marvels. May be you are coming for a relaxing times, adventure activities, sightseeing; this part of Himachal has everything to take your breath away.

Kullu is popularly known as the Valley of Gods, an enchanting and calm region located in Western Himalayas. Running across from North to South is Beas River that divides the valley and thus enriches its charm.
The best time to visit Kullu Valley is during spring time when the valley gets bloomed with colorful white and pink flowers. As the winters arrive the valley the lush green shade fades out and you will only find pine and cedar adding color to the valley as the winter proceed the valley gets covered by snow.

Places to see in Manali

Kothi: Located at a distance of 12 km from Manali is Kothi. Kothi is a small little place in vicinity. The rest house located here overlooking the mountains provides a commanding view. Below Kothi across the deep gauge flows river Beas.
Rahla Falls: Located at a distance of 2 km from Kothi is Rahla Falls. At this point the river Beas hurtles down from a height of 50 Mtr offering a breath taking view.
Solang Valley: Located at a distance of 13 Km is one of the most splendid valleys of Kullu district the Solang Valley. This plateau is home to adventure enthusiasts. The place is most popular for skiing and paragliding.
Rohtang Pass: Located at a distance of 51 km and at an altitude of 4,112 Mtrs above sea leavel is a mighty mirage of western Himalayas Rohtang Pass. The pass is located across the on the highway to Keylong. On one side you will find mighty glacier and on the other side a deep narrow gauge. It is a must to visit place if you are in Kullu & Manali.

Places to see in Kullu

Raghunathji Temple: The Raghunathji Temple is build was built in the early 17th century by Raja Jagat Singh and is dedicated to lord Raghunath Ji. The temple is at a distance of 1 km from Kullu.
Vaishno Devi: A small enshrine dedicated to goddess Vaishno is located at a distance of 4 Km.
Jagannathi Temple: Located at a distance of 3 Km from Kullu town is Jagannathi Temple, the temple is located at a adjoining hill offering a panoramic view of the town.
Bijli Mahadev Temple, The great Himalayan Wildlife Century, Manikaran, Bajeshwar Mahadev Temple, Naggar Castel and Kanawar Sanctuary are some of the other adjoining center of attractions and places to visit when you visit Kullu & Manali.

Getting There & Away

Kangra is very well connected through Roadways and Airways.