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Nehru Kund
Nehru Kund

Nehru Kund is a natural cold water spring located on the Manali-Keylong road and is around 6 km from Manali. It is named after Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. The spring is believed to originate from the Bhrigu Lak, Bhrigu Lake, situated 4,235 m above the sea level, is 13 km from Manali and 6 km from Gulaba village. Though the shores of lake are devoid of human habitation, it is a popular tourist

Manali Sanctuary
place and is considered sacred. Rishi Bhrigu, a great saint, Located in Kullu District, Bhrigu Lake is east of Rothang Pass, a site with spectacular views of glaciers and peaks. Nehru Kund, a natural spring of cold water, originates from this lake. Several trek routes adjoin Bhrigu.
Manali Sanctuary

meditated here and wrote the holy book, Bhrigu Sanhita. Manali Sanctuary is 2 km from Manali, a popular tourist spot in Himachal Pradesh. One of the major attractions of Kullu District, the sanctuary forms the catchment of Manalsu Khad. The sanctuary has been



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developed to create awareness and love for wildlife among the people and to expose the beauty of the nature to the visitors. Musk deer, snow leopard, monal and brown bear are the animals spotted here. The dense forest adjoining the sanctuary comprises deodar kail, walnut and maple trees. Alpine lush green pastures and glaciers add to the scenic beauty. One can see herds of Ibex while climbing up the snow in the glacier zone during summer. Night stay in tents at Lambadug or Gallant thatch provides memorable experience. Dhungri Temple is nearby.
Nehru Kund
The woodlands of Kullu preserve a variety of wildlife. The district has five wildlife sanctuaries of which Manali, Kais, Kanawar, Khokhan are in Kullu Valley and the Great Himalayan National Park is in Sainj valley. These sanctuaries preserve animals like Musk Deer, Common Fox, Leopard, Ibex, Himalayan Tahr, Porcupine, Bear (black and brown), Goral (Nemorhaedus goral), Himalayan Yellow Throated Marten, Langur and Flying Squirrel etc. and pheasants like Cheer Pheasant, Monal, Western Tragopan etc.
The Great Himalayan National Park is situated in the Sainj valley of Kullu district. The park harbours more than 300 species of birds and over 30 species of mammals. The park provides habitat for some of the highly endangered species like western tragopan, snow leopard and musk deer.
The park provides an excellent habitat for pheasants. Out of 7 pheasants found in the Western Himalayas, six are found in the park viz. Western Tragopan (Tragopan Melanocephalus), Monal (Lophophorus impejanus), Cheer (Catreus Wallichi), Koklass (Pucrasia macrolopha), Kaliz (Lophura leucomelana) and snowcock (Tetraogallus himalayensis).
Kais sanctuary

Kais sanctuary

Kais sanctuary is located 16 km from Kullu. Amimals found in the sanctuary are ghoral, black bear, brown bear, barking deer. Birds like monal, cheer pheasant, kaliz are also found.
Kanawar wild life sanctuary is located in the Parvati valley of Kullu district. The sanctuary is famous for the variety of wild life. The species of animals found in the sanctuary are musk deer, barking deer, brown bear, snow leopard, black bear, Himalayan tahr, civet cat, Porcupine, blue sheep, flying squirrel etc. Pheasant like Western Tragopan and Cheer are also found in the sanctuary.
Khokhan wildlife sanctuary

Khokhan wildlife sanctuary is located at a distance of 19 km from Kullu Main species of animals found in the sanctuary are Black Bear, Leopard, Barking deer, Ghoral, Musk deer, Porcupine, Gothu, besides numerous birds like Monal, Cheer pheasants, Kaleej, Chakor etc. are also found.

Wafting Snow Flakes

Wafting Snow Flakes

flakes interspersed by flashes of color and lots of fun is what you can see at the yearly Winter Carnival in Himachal Pradesh. Held in the beautiful hill station of Manali, Himachal's Carnival is an event that draws a good number of tourists from all over India. International tourists can also be seen enjoying the sights and sounds of Manali during the Winter Carnival.
Held in January, the Winter Carnival in Himachal Pradesh offers a fine range of attractions to regale every single visitor. Right from folk dances to entertaining skits, there is something for everyone to look forward to during the Himachal Pradesh Winter Carnival.
Among the other attractions of the Winter Carnival in Manali, Himachal Pradesh are a variety of winter sports that draw a good number of enthusiasts from all over. Contests like "Winter Queen" and "Mr. Manali" also attract many visitors at the Winter Carnival in Himachal Pradesh.
The Winter Carnival in Himachal Pradesh is an event that means all round entertainment. So if you are looking for something unique this winter, makes sure that you are a part of Himachal's Winter Carnival. It is an event you will love to remember with great delight.
Indian Holiday offers a number of well designed Himachal Pradesh tour packages for you to choose from. Encompassing the best of what this picturesque destination has to offer, our packages are also priced very reasonable, thus giving you more.

Tibetan Monastery

Tibetan Monastery is situated at Manali in Himachal Pradesh.
It is famous for Tibetan handicrafts, which are created by the residents and the immigrants from Tibet. The most popular of the items are carpets, which come in mind-blowing designs.
A range of gilded images of Lord Buddha and remarkable tankha paintings can be found in the premises.


Kelong is the headquarters of Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. The region is strange, exciting, primitive mountainous and delightful. Rudyard Kipling said of the region "Surely the God live here this no place for men". The route to Lahaul takes a traveler over Rohtang Pass (3980 ml), Koksar (1st village of Lahaul) Sissu, Gondla and crossing the river Chandra Bhaga at Tandi.Keylong is cut off from the outside world from November to June, due to heavy snowfall.

Loacation - Keylong is located along the Manali–Leh road, at the intersection of the Chandra Valley, the Bhaga Valley, and the Chenab Valley. Sights near Keylong include the Kardang, Shasur, and Tayul monasteries, as well as the Hindu Guru Ghantal temple.

By Road - By road the distance is 115 km from Manali, 188 km from Kaza, 373 km from Leh, 435 km from Chandigarh and 690 km from Delhi.
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