Kullu, the Gateway to Higher Himalaya
Kullu is situated in Beas River valley, which is flanked by Pir Panjal. It is characterized by mesmerizing snow peaks, apple orchards, deodar trees, rocky ridges and a picturesque valley.
How to reach Kullu?
Kullu is well connected to all prime cities in the country including Chandigarh and Delhi. There is an airport, which slumps at a distance of 10 km from Bhuntar. The aircrafts can be boarded by the travelers from Delhi, Chandigarh and Kullu. The hill station is also well connected by road with North India and there are many options for road travelers to choose from such as semi deluxe Volvo buses, luxury, and deluxe buses.
Best time to visit Kullu
The tourists who wish to see the snow sprinkling from the sky, should visit the hill station during winters. The hill station is frequently flocked by the tourists in summers and springtime. Kullu is also popular for Dussehra festivities.
What to do in Kullu?
The tourists can spend memorable time on the banks of river Beas. The other popular activities facilitated by the hill station are angling the tout fish, trekking, river rafting, rock climbing, mountaineering, hot spring bath in Manikaran, etc.
What to see in Kullu?
The tourists can see the historic monuments and various significant troves while being in Kullu such as Manikaran, Bhekhli Heights, Solang Nala, Jalori Pass, Kasol, Naggar Castle, Hamta Pass, Siyolsar Lake, Bijlimahadev, etc.