Kullu, also famous as the "Valley of Gods," is a collection of stunning valleys in the Himachal Pradesh.
Major Attractions in Kullu
Great Himalayan Park
Bijli Mahadev Temple
Tirthan Valley, often known as "Himachal's Best Kept Secret," is the ideal vacation spot thanks to its abundance of natural treasures.
The main god of Kullu is Raghunath Ji, and the Raghunath Temple is one of the most well-known tourist attractions there.
The Great Himalayan Park Was founded in 1984 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are over 375 distinct types of flora, 181 different bird species, and 31 different animal species there.
The Chandrakhani pass is one among the treks that go from Kullu. It is situated on the river Beas' left bank.
For recreational rafting as well as professional and skilled rafters, the River Beas in Kullu is a popular destination.
Near the meeting of the Parvati and Beas rivers, on top of a hilltop, lies the Lord Shiva-dedicated Bijli Mahadev temple.
Kullu Dussehra is the greatest celebration that takes place in October. In 1972, Kullu Dussehra was designated as an international festival.