Have you ever thought of taking some good quiet time in the sweetest and most beautiful valleys ever? Its almost certain that you have not yet taken a breathe of the fresh air that comes from the Parvati Valley.
Where is this peaceful valley found ?
Situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, the Parvati Valley engorges a good number of fascinating animals and fantastic natural landscapes. If you are a lover of nature and all its beautiful creatures, then you should not forget to book in for a trip to Parvati Valley. This outstanding valley runs from Bhuntar right to Spiti.
Best time to visit the Parvati Valley
However, no matter the exquisite nature of this other natural ressort, it is highly recommended to visit the Parvati Valley only during the months of March, April and May.
Local food and dishes
And if you are also a fan of Asian spices and Indian food then you can be sure of taking back a lot of good memories with you. Here at Parvati Valley you’ll find many restaurants and stall that offer not only Indian food but also Punjabi and Chinese meals. The place to be for these delicious meals is at Manikaran and Kasol.
There are also some luxurious hotels that offer meals from abroad too, just in case you don’t get hooked up with Indian food.
Accommodation places in the Parvati Valley
As a tourist to the Parvati Valley, you won’t have to worry about a place to stay during your trip, no matter your budget. More precisely at Manikaran, there exists high standard expensive hotels as well as middle – class and even cheap hotels. In Kasol, there you’ll find guest houses and affordable hotels too, if you are a budget traveler.
What to see in Parvati Valley
Nobody makes a trip just to eat new food nor to sleep in hotels. In Parvati Valley, you shouldn’t end your trip without visiting the Rudra-Nag which is actually a serpent-shaped waterfall. The Pine Forests in Khirganga is also an attractive touristic site. The Pin Valley National Park has a good number of exotic animals very interesting to discover alone or with family members too.
Picture credits for this blog goes to Alok Kumar. Thanks Alok for your contribution.