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Kullu

A quiet tryst with the nature

Chilly winds strike your face as you lay soaking up the sun. A valley lies on one side, a lofty Himalayan mountain on the other. There could be many others ways of describing Kullu but a quiet, laid-back tryst with the nature is what takes you straight to the soul of the Himachal city, located near noisy Manali.

If adventure is more of your thing, Kullu offers adventure activity options like trekking and river rafting, too. The mighty Himalayan peak or the exuberant Beas… you choose. 

Nestled amongst the beautiful, grand ranges of Pir Panjal, Lower Himalaya and Great Himalaya, Kullu is an old district located at a sprawling height of 1,279 metres in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Often regarded as the tourist’s paradise, this destination is situated on the banks of the Beas River and holds breath-taking beauty along with spectacular landscapes to enthrall you for life. As a tourist, you get an outstanding opportunity to explore some astonishing ancient temples, tiny hamlets, snow-clad mountain peaks as well as lush green forests of deodar and pine in Kullu.

This beautiful hill station is renowned for securing an appropriate blend of wildlife, rural, cultural and adventure tourism in the country. Being a sister town to Manali, Kullu is a place where you can discover a lot without worrying much about where to stay, shop, eat and chill. The sweet hospitality of its locals and their distinguishing rich culture is highly fascinating for a short and unforgettable trip to the hills.

For more insight on how to indulge in thrilling adventure activities, details on main tourist attractions, and what all to buy from Kullu, read our guide and gear up to have a brilliant vacation like a pro.

How to get there:

By Air: The airport closest to Kullu is at Bhunter, merely at a distance of 10 km.

By Rail: If you are planning to hit this destination by train, then the nearest railway station is in Jogindernagar, around 125 km from Kullu.

By Road: You can also approach Kullu by road conveniently as frequent buses and cabs come to this place from major cities like Delhi (537 km), Chandigarh (307 km), Shimla (248 km) and Mandi (124 km).

Best time to visit:

There is no specific period as to be called as the perfect time to visit Kullu since the place offers unique beauty in every season. However, to make the most of this heavenly location, prefer visiting in the months of summers (April-June) and early winters (October-December). To enjoy skiing, you can also plan to visit Kullu in January and February.

For an insight on weather details, read the chart below.

  • Summers (March - June): 10°C- 25°C
  • Monsoon (July- September): 22°C- 30°C
  • Winter (November - February): 2°C- 15°C

So, don’t restrict the explorer and traveller in you. To feel and absorb the real exquisiteness and warmth of Himachal, visit Kullu and be their guest for the rest of your life.

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Had one famous quote went like “the way to the heart of a happy traveller goes through their stomach”, then Kullu and the surrounding areas would have won the game hands down. Relish the city's authentic, lip-smacking local delicacies like bhature, patrodu, vada, kodra roti, jatu (red rice) and taste the perfect amalgamation of spices and aroma for an... .
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If one thing that seems inseparable from Kullu is shawls. The Kullu market may not give you the luxury to shop at huge markets but it is a great place to shop for shawls, other woollens and dress material. You can also buy jewellery pieces, caps, wooden stuff, handicrafts, artefacts, and Thangka paintings. Buy a shawl or two for friends, family, and yourself as a souvenir. You can also head to... .
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