KULLU:- Kullu is the capital town of the Kullu district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the Beas River in the Kullu Valley about 10 kilometres north of the airport at Bhuntar. kullu is land of god (devtas). Kullu spread out on the bank of river Beas is quite town taht attracts to the travellers and tourists. The intricate web of valleys, deep forests, gushing streams and rivers, bountiful orchards and the forbidden heights of the Greater Himalayas for a magnificent backdrop, is a sight to behold. Hindi, English, Punjabi are spoken and understood by those engaged in tourism. Locals speak Pahari. Tourists are advised to carry cotton clothing in summer, light woollen in spring and autumn and heavy woollen in winter. Tourist of all India came here and enjoy the beautiful Kullu valley. kullavi topi is very famous in all over Himachal due to its unique style. Mostly kullavi peoples are prefer to wear kullavi topi in marriages and other some speacial occasions.
SOME MOST BEAUTIFUL TOURIST PLACE IN KULLU:-
1) Great Himalayan National Park
4) Jalori Pass
Great Himalayan National Park:- Great Himalayan National Park is very beautiful park in Kullu. It is the one of the best destinations for western Himalayan flora and fauna lovers. Himalayan Brown Bear, Snow Leopard and Blue Sheep, the park is a refuge to Western Tragopan, Monal and other rare birds also. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there are no roads or paved trails in this carefully conserved natural habitat. This vast wilderness is only for those who love trekking and outdoor camping.
Manikaran:- At Manikaran, placed calmly on the bank of river Parvati with high mountains towering over the valley, is a Gurdwara built in homage to Guru Nanak Dev. The hot sulphur spring in the compound is therapeutic and is known to cure many ailments, especially skin diseases. Manikaran is only 45 km away from Kullu.
Kasol:- Kasol is a popular hub for domestic and foreign tourists. Kasol has good weather throughout the year and receives a fair amount of snowfall from late December to February.
Jalori Pass:-A wind swept commanding pass, Jalori demarcates the catchments of River Satluj from Beas. The chill in the air at Jalori makes for great trekking country. Several buses cross the pass regularly during the summer months. But there is not easy to winter in Jalory pass because of heavy snowfall and remain closed for traffic
Malana:- Malana had been a self-containing democratic society for centuries. The village is now connected by a road that branches from Bhuntar-Manikaran road at Jari. Those who love to trek can reach the village by crossing over the Chaderkhani pass. Mostly tourist came from all over India and explore the beauty of Malana. Read more:-https://www.himkhoj.com/location/kullu/