Kullu is situated on the banks of the Beas River, about 10 km north of the airport at Bhuntar. It is located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Typically Travellers cover both Kullu and Manali in one trip. Tourists coming to Kullu can explore in a lot of adventure sports activities like river rafting, trekking, mountaineering etc. Set in the lap of nature, the picturesque landscape of this small town is mesmerizing.
Best Time to Visit
October - June
Types of car suited
We will recommend you to drive SUV 4X4 Drive, SUV 2X4 Drive and Hatchback. These cars are built to handle worst stretches of road. If you want to travel hassle free, then you can check out self-driving car rental options from Volercars. We provide you best price along with exciting deals. We ensure your safety and comfort, our cars are cleaned and serviced prior the trip and we have various pickup points around the city but you can still choose to get the car delivered at your doorstep. Opt for freedom and flexibility to drive a car of your choice.
Important Places to Visit
Raghunath Temple - The oldest temple in the valley is a place of great celebration during Dussera and even otherwise assumes much religious importance amongst the locals. Other than the spirituality surrounding the temple, the sceneries and views about it too are equally appealing.
Bijli Mahadev - The surreal surroundings and beautiful scenic beauty make the temple is enchanting in every bit. The temple has to be reached by a trek through a 3 km long path covered with pine trees. The surroundings and the sceneries that one witnesses during the trek make it breathtakingly beautiful and refreshing rather than tiring.
Pandoh Dam - This man-made marvel stands out from much of nature's picture perfect valleys and hills around it, with a rather spectacular and grand experience to offer to its viewer. The dam is a structure to diverts the water of the River Beas.
The Great Himalayan National Park - Established in 1984, Great Himalayan National Park, situated in Himachal Pradesh has four valleys named Sainj Valley, Tirthan Valley, Jiwa Nal Valley and Parvati Valley. The park has exotic species of flora and fauna. Great Himalayan National Park.