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Travel Kullu Manali Ice mountain river and glacier paradise

Travel Kullu Manali Ice mountain river and glacier paradise


Starting from the top of the snow-covered mountain, you have to go to Kullu Manali in India to see the warm spring. One of the ideal places for nature lovers.

Exciting people rushed to Manali. There are snow-capped mountains, rivers, and beautiful nature. Especially those who want to get on the campaign.

It is important for them to carry a backpack on their shoulders. Here are some of the great places in Kullu Manali.

1. Hadimba Temple


Hadimba Temple
Travel Kullu Manali Ice mountain river and glacier paradise

This wooden and stone temple is built for the prayer of Hadimba, the wife of the god Bhima. Vima is a brother of the five Pandavas of the Mahabharata. It was built in 1553. It is located in the middle of Dungri Park.

2. Rohtang Pass


Rohtang Pass
Travel Kullu Manali Ice mountain river and glacier paradise

A place covered with ice. Located next to Leh Highway. The place is open from June to October. This place is 3989 meters above sea level. Stunning views of mountain peaks, glaciers, and the Chandra River. Tourists get crowded during the peak season.

3. Naggar


The previous capital city of Kullu was Naggar. The city is built on the banks of the river Beas. Located 21 km from Manali. King Bisudhapal founded this city. Until the capital was shifted to Sultanpur in 1406, Naggar was the center of politics at that time.

4. Solang Valley


Solang Valley
Travel Kullu Manali Ice mountain river and glacier paradise

Solang Valley is 13 km away from Manali. It’s a thrilling sports paradise. Especially famous for skiing. Located between Solang village and Beas Kund. Snow-capped mountains and glaciers will fascinate you.

5. Manikaran


Located on the banks of the river Parvati. Hot Sulfur is a place famous for spring. One of the destinations for Hindu and Sikh pilgrims. Many people come here to fetch water. It is believed that many diseases and pests are eliminated in this water.

Source: Happy Trips

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