Kullu is located on the bank of river Beas, which is in the Kullu valley, of Himachal Pradesh.
Kullu is approximately 10 km from Bhuntar. The formation of Kullu is due to the Beas river.
It is a huge open valley between Manali and Large. There are tall pine trees and a deodar forest. The natural beauty of the valley forces many travelers or visitors to extend their trips and stay back at Kullu to enjoy life far more different and peaceful om the polluted city life. Many documentaries have been made which show us the natural beauty of Kullu Valley.
Deodar trees are native to the Himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is famous for apple orchids.
Kullu is exactly at the center of Lower Himalayas and Greater Himalayas.
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Kullu is a completely fertile region with a huge variety of biodiversity.
Every individual needs to spend some time with nature and far away from city life and Kullu is also called the “Heaven on Earth” by a lot of people.