Kullu / Manali Travel
Fishing on the shores of river Beas, enjoying the scenery
of the snow covered mountains, or exploring the variance in fruit orchards Valley
of Gods known as Kullu has it all. Kullu Valley has engulfed among itself a
breathtakingly beautiful town Manali, an ideal place for the individuals who
crave for fun and adventure in the Himachal hills. The distance between Kullu
& Manali is 40 k.m.
Places of Interest in Kullu Manali :
» Jagannath Devi Temple
» Hadimba Temple
» Gadhan Thekchokling Gompa
» Old Manali Village
» Manu Maharishi Temple
» Vashisht Sulphur Bath
Special Attractions of Kullu Manali
» Kullu Dusshera : The festivities start in Kullu town
when the rest of the country is through with Dusshera during October. Over 600
local deities come here to pay their homage to Lord Raghunath. This festive
time is the best to witness the true color of the Kullu valley.
Adventure Sports in Manali :
Kullu and Manali are the best places when it comes to adventure sports. You
can enjoy all sorts of challenging experiences here from trekking, skiing to
river rafting and paragliding.Recently Heli-skiing has also been introduced.
» Gateway for Jeep Safari to Leh across snow covered mountain passes &
barren landscape of Lahaul Valley from July to September.
Manikaran Hot Springs
» Roerich Art Gallery
» Naggar Castle
» Rohtang Pass & Snow Point
» Bijli Mahadev Temple
» Keylong Monestary & Udeypur temples
» Solang ski slopes
How to Reach Kullu Manali :
» By Air : Bhuntar airport is connected by small aircraft
to Delhi & Shimla ( Bhuntar is 15 k.m. from Kullu & 55 k.m. from Manali.
» By Train : Nearest broadgauge is 280 k.m. away at
» By Road : Delhi is 14 hrs. drive from Manali via Karnal,
Ropar, Bilaspur, Mandi & Kullu.
Best time to Visit Kullu Manali :
The ideal time to travel Kulu Manali is April to June & October. For adventure
seekers, the high mountain passes road to Leh is open from July to September.
Skiers throng to Manali from January to March.