Kullu also known as 'Valley of Gods' has numerous temples. Kullu valley offers a scenic charm of peaceful wooded glades and rivers through the rocks. The Dashehra of Kullu is world famous. The ancient Hindus regarded Kullu as the farthest limit of human habitation 'Kulantapitha' and its original name finds mention in the epics, The Ramayana and Mahabharta as well as the Vishnu Purana. Kullu. Running North to South, the main river valley is only 80 km. long and 2 km. at its broadest, yet a wide area is open to the visitors to enjoy the spectacle of variegated mountain scenery.
Kullu lies on the bank of River Beas. A major tributary Sar-vari, (derived from "Shiv -Baardi") leads to the less explored and steeper Lug-valley on the west.
Himachal Tourism buses and taxis that will bring you in. From Delhi, it takes approximately 18 hours to cover the distance of 550 kms. Travelling by air is the most comfortable option as there is the Bhuntar Airport at a distance of 10km from Kullu and 52 km from Manali. The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Joginder Nagar (via Pathankot), 95km from Kullu. Manali is located about 270 km north of state capital Shimla and about 45 km from north of; Kullu District of Himachal. Manali is primary attraction for the tourists who want to visit the Himalayas.Image of hill station Manali himachal Rohtang Pass is very much popular among tourists. Kullu river nearby also offers opportunities for rafting. Manali experiences a pleasant climate throughout the year. Its maximum summer day temperature goes up to 30 degrees C which falls substantially in night. The minimum winter temperature can drop below freezing point. Way to Kullu- manali mapMain Attraction of Kullu-Manali:- Rohtang Pass, Hidimbha devi temple, Vishist Spring, Manali sanctuary, winter carnival, Para Gliding, Tibetan Monastery