Kulu Tourism & Travel Guide

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Dashaur Lake, lies near Rohtang pass in Manali - Kullu region....

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Parvati Valley, Kasol, Kullu
Kheerganga is nature's dual personality, personified. On one hand the air is freezing cold. But getting half naked in that weather is worth it when what awaits is an oasis of perfectly, naturally heated water that flows out of the mountain into a pool of sorts, to slowly ease away the aches and pains you have to endure to get there. It’s easy to lose track of where you are when you’re in 5-star comfort like that. I even began to wonder why the girls were taking so long to join us until I realised we were in a holy place and not some friends farmhouse Jacuzzi. The girls section is separate (favourable since my summer body was on winter break). However, all good things have to end and unfortunately, this ended with going back to the biting cold air outside the cosy water. 
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"If you are looking for solitude out in the wilderness, this is where you need to be. The water can be bone chilling. This is a perfect spot for relaxation in the wild. The non-concrete paths and the forests around the valley makes it one of the most scenic wonders of India" – Riya PoojaryRead - A Secluded Heaven: Tirthan Valley, Himachal by Riya Poojary
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About Kullu

Kullu, in Himachal Pradesh, has a lot to serve nature lovers. The first thing they can do is visit the mesmerisingly beautiful and majestic Great Himalayan National Park, which is home to more than 375 flora species and a plethora of fauna, all protected by the law and the herculean Himalayas. Kullu's abundant nature can also prove to be quite luxurious and rejuvenating. For instance, the hot water springs of Manikaran, Vashisht and Kheerganga, all provide picturesque views of the mountains and meadows all around, giving you an experience like no other. A hub for adventure sports, one can enjoy paragliding, white water rafting, river crossing, rock climbing, skiing and snow boarding here. Popular treks ranging from easy to strenuous here are to Solang Valley and Pin Parbati Pass. Kullu has a variety of cuisines for one to choose from, but if you wish to get a taste of the authentic Himalayan dishes and delicacies, Dham is the place for you. For Indian and multi-cuisines, Valentino's Cooking with Herbs, Sapna Sweets and Chinda ka Dhaba are well known among tourists. Kullu comes alive with colours and lights during the festival Dussehra, celebrated in the month of October.

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