Luring tourists from far and wide is the picturesque Kullu Valley — the abode to Kullu and Manali — two of its scenic towns. Although people often confuse it to be one and the same due to its close proximity, they are two quaint towns ideal for honeymooners, bikers, adventure junkies, and families alike.
- You Can Race Against The Rushing River
White water rafting in the crystal clear Himalayan waters is one of the top things to do in Kullu-Manali and your trip to Kullu-Manali would be incomplete without experiencing the rush of adrenaline and the splash of water in your face, while rafting.
2. You Can Soar The Skies of Kullu and Manali
Solo or Tandem Rides; Short or Long Flights — the skies of Kullu and Manali are yours to fly with its adventurous paragliding packages and expert pilots. Catch a bird’s eye view of the scenic landscapes of the valley with this adventure sport.
3. Because Going Downhill Isn’t Always Bad
While adventure beckons from every side of Kullu — Manali, the valley’s seasonal skiing tops it, hands down. Enjoy skiing in the lofty mountains of the valley at its best, in the most famous Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley — the jewels of Kullu — Manali, in winter.
4. For, You Can Savour the Serenity of the Tibetian Monasteries
There are three important Tibetan Monasteries in Manali — The Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, Himalayan Nyingmapa Temple and the other one at Aleo on the left bank of Beas River. While you enjoy the tranquility in these monasteries, don’t forget to indulge in some shopping near these temples.
5. You Can Offer Your Prayers At The Legendary Hidimba Devi Temple
Located in the middle of a dense forest, the Hidimba Devi Temple, also known as the Dhungri Temple is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi. According to the legend, the Pandavas stayed in Himachal during their exile. Bhima fell in love with Hidimbi, the sister of the ruler, Hidimba. Bhima and Hidimbi had a son but when Bhima and the Pandavas returned from exile she stayed back and performed penance and attained the status of goddess.
6. You Get A Chance To Take A Dip In The Healing Waters Of Manikaran
The natural hot springs of Manikaran are said to possess healing powers. The water in these springs is so hot that pulses (dal), rice, vegetables etc. can be boiled and cooked in it. Enjoy your bath in this natural jacuzzi of River Parvati
7. Coz You Can Let It Rain Down On You
Manali has a number of breathtaking waterfalls nestled amidst dense forests, tall deodar trees and mighty peaks. The hypnotizing beauty of the Jogini and the Jana waterfalls make them top the list of most travellers. Better don’t miss them!
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