Kullu, “the valley of the Gods”, has a unique charm. Long regarded by the ancient Hindus as the furthest limit of human habitation. Kulantapitha-its original name is mentioned even in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Kullu is famous for its Dussehra celebration as also for its red delicious, Royal Delicious and Golden Delicious Apples. Each season has its special charm as do the helpful and charming people of valley.
Situated on the banks of the Beas river and fringed by Deodar trees, it is truely akin to paradise. With the river Beas flowing through it, Kullu Valley, stretching to Manali, is a narrow fertile strand 80 km long. From Kullu you can trek to Malana village, the people of which are regarded by anthropologists to be the descendents of Alexander the Great’s Army.