Located in the lush green mountains with perennial water falls and gushing streams, Kullu's beauty is dear to people visiting this wonderful town in Himachal Pradesh. The Valley of Gods, as the Kullu Valley has come to be known, is located at an altitude of 1,279 metres above sea level, allures a large number of tourists. Situated on the banks of River Beas, the place is also a famous destination for newly wedded couples who visit this place in great numbers. Dotted with several shrines and an excellent base for a number of treks, Kullu is also known for the Dussehra festival that attracts visitors from across the world. Kullu apples are famous world over for their crisp and tangy taste.
Kullu's beauty is incomparable, with high snow covered and deeply forested mountains offering amazing treks for nature enthusiasts. The fast flowing River Beas adds to the beauty of the valley and offers excellent white water rapids for river rafting and other sporting activities. The apple orchards are a delight whether you see the trees in blossom or loaded with delicious apples.
Discover the ecological wonders of wild life species in the virgin forests.
the shrine of Lord Shiva which is popularly known as 'Temple of Lightning' which has an intriguing story associated with it.
Nearest airport Bhuntar which is 10 km away from town has flights that connect to many major cities of India through Delhi.
The nearest railhead is Jogindar Nagar which is 126 km from Kullu, which is connected to all major cities and towns in India.
Kullu is well connected with bus services and good motorable roads and highways to all major cities and towns in India.
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