Kullu and Manali are the most popular hill stations in India which are visited by streams of vacationers every year. Resting in the heart of Kullu valley, Manali is at a height of 1950 m. No matter whether you are planning a honeymoon or a summer holiday with your family - Kullu Manali will definitely charm you with their unmatched views of snow-capped mountains, incredible flora and fauna and lush pine and cedar trees.Get Tour Quotes
Major Attractions in Kullu Manali:
Rohtang Pass is at a height of 3,978m above sea level and makes an ideal location to detach yourself from the world. It is a high altitude mountain pass of the Pir Panjal Himalayan range which links Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Rohtang Pass acts as an important part of the Manali Leh Highway as well.
The Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara is a Sikh shrine known for its natural hot springs which wash away all your sins. Devotees visit here from all parts of India to worship Guru Nanak. As per a mythological tale, Guru Nanak and his disciple wanted to cook ‘Langar’ but did not have a place for cooking. The Guru told the disciple to put life in a stone from where the hot springs emerged and they finally cooked their food. Today, a grand langar is prepared here every day for the visitors.Get Tour Quotes
Solang Valley is perfect for adventure seekers. It is a popular summer retreat for family vacationers. Some of the most fascinating activities available here are Parachuting, Paragliding, and Zorbing. During winter months, it turns into a skiing resort where both novice as well as trained skiing lovers enjoy.
Hampta Pass, at an elevation of 4,270m above sea level, is a small passage leading from Kullu Valley to Lahaul Valley. It is a gateway for the sheep and cattle herders of the Lahaul valley. The pass is blanketed with cascading waterfalls, glaciers, several peaks, high altitude lakes, and a heartwarming ambience. Enjoy a trekking expedition in Hamta Pass which further leads to Spiti valley’s Chandratal Lake.
The Beas springs up from the well-known Beas Kund and flows for almost 500 km before meeting the River Sutlej in Punjab. The river provides water to the population of Kullu, Manali and Kangra region. The river crosses many steep valleys and emerald clad hill slopes and is a beautiful place to unwind.Get Tour Quotes
The history of Hidimba Devi Temple goes back to the Mahabharata age. It is dedicated to Hidimba Devi and sits inside a cave. The temple is located in the middle of a lush green forest and brings streams of devotees. Navratri is the best time to visit this temple when streams of villages flock here to worship the deity.
Other attractions in Kullu Manali are:
Visit the beautiful hill station of Kullu Manali and devote yourself to the most untouched forms of nature. We promise you a great stay in this spectacular hill station of Himachal Pradesh.Get Tour Quotes