Kullu, an ancient town in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is a popular hill station that attracts tourists for its fabulous valleys and remarkable views of the mountains. A visual delight at some 40 kms off Manali, fondly called as "Valley of Gods", Kullu not only serves a popular stopover for Shimla and Manali, but also delights for long stretches of deodar and pine forests lending it a paradisiacal look.

Kull is laden with natural exquisiteness and scenic splendour against the mighty backdrop of Himalayas where beautiful temples dot the landscape. The list of tourist attractions is long in Kullu, and some of them include the Sultanpur Palace, Raghunathji Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple and Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, Jagannathi Devi Temple, Akhara Bazaar, Kaisdhar etc. Tourists can head to Kasol for its scenic beauty and trout fishing, while Shoja delights for its views of snow-capped peaks, grassy meadows, green valleys and pristine rivers.

If Raison in Kullu can be visited for blend of seclusion and adventure, then Katrain delights for its orchards, trout fishing and bee-keeping. If Largi charms for its scenic views and Jagatsukh, for its two ancient temples of Gaurishankar shrine and Goddess Sandhya Devi temple, then Deo Tibba, pleases for mythical tales. If Manikaran in Kullu visited for its hot sulphur springs and Tabo Monastery, for its glorious history, then the Sujanpur Fort takes tourists back into the past.