Kullu & Manali blessed with overflowing of nature and flora-fauna, located in high-altitude Himalayan resort town. It is a wonderful destination for Honeymoon and flooded with tourist during all seasons. This place invites every age group as it has something for everyone starting from unmatchable sites to ancient temples.
Rohtang Pass located at a height of 3.978m above sea level, the Rohtang Pass is a high altitude mountain pass of the Pir Panjal Himalayan range which connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, where you can find snow throughout the year that attracts number of tourists every year. Solang Valley, It is a side valley of Kullu Valley and falls on the way of Rohtang Pass. It’s famous for adventurous sports and activities. Hampta Pass is a high altitude mountain at an elevation of 4,270m above sea level. It’s famous for local village sights.
Parvati Valley is one of the most scenic parts of the country; the slopes of the valley are covered with dense and beautiful vegetation, with a number of waterfalls through the crevices of the region.
Bhrigu Lake located the east of Rohtang Pass and near the Gulaba Village. The Lake never freezes even it located at such an altitude of about 4,300m. It was named after the famous sage, Maharishi Bhrigu. Malana Village it’s an isolated village Himachal Pradesh, It’s described as an ancient village with strict following of rules and customs.
Kasol, a small village located in the embrace of the serene and beautiful Parvati valley, It’s a adventurous destinations of the state of Himachal Pradesh and it is a starting point of most exciting treks of the area. Old Manali, Slightly uphill form Manali is the quiet little town that is popular for admirers of Hippie Lifestyle. Jogni Waterfalls situated at a very small distance from the Vashisth hot water springs in Manali. It is one of the famous Kullu Manali Sightseeing spots, to watch a pool at the bottom forms from Beas River.