दिल में कुछ कर गुजरने की तमन्ना हो तो कोई भी बाधा मंजिल के आड़े नहीं आ सकती। इस बात को सार्थक कर दिखाया है अंतरराष्ट्रीय स्कीयर बन चुकी मनाली के एक छोटे से गांव बुरूआ की आंचल ने। नन्हीं आंचल जब नंगे पांव बर्फ पर बेखौफ भाग जाया करती थी और मां के बार-बार

Kullu-Manali: A Telugu flick, which has released worldwide, is set to promote tourism of Kullu Manali with its scenic backdrop and exotic locations. Most of the part of the movie has a shooting in Kullu and Manali.

Tourists crosses slushy highway at Ranhi Nullah below Rohtang Pass (Photo: Himachal Vacation Travels) A couple enjoys snow at Rohtang pass

With incessant rains wreaking havoc in Kullu-Manali, the mist and lack of sun have brought down the temperature many notches abruptly. Woolens are back in district again and warm clothing outlets are flooded with the customers. Manali on Monday recorded minimum temperature of 15.2 degree Celsius while maximum was 20 degrees Celsius. Dense mist covered

Persecuted by landslides at Rahni Nullah below Rohtang pass, residents of Lahaul-Spiti and Kullu, stormed into the shelter of deities and organized a worship here on Sunday. Thousands of people including followers of prominent deities of valley, panchayat representatives, farmers, Manali taxi union and luxury coach union members, travel agents, vyopar mandal gathered at Rahni

Kullu DC BM Nanta has refuted the news headlines captioned as “Thousands of tourists stranded at Rohtang following a landslide” which appeared in Thursday edition of most of the newspapers as breaking news. After holding an emergency meeting, DC told Discover Kullu Manali that no such tragic event happened on Rohtang and the traffic was

With summer season attracting thousands of tourists to Ladakh, the Manali-Leh highway has been busy once again. While summer season in Manali is close to being retarded, the midway camps at Sarchu have been jam packed with travellers advancing to Leh. Sarchu, 222 km from Manali is the last Himachali hamlet on 474 km-long Manali-Leh

Plying of vehicles registered outside Himachal has been banned on ecologically fragile Manali-Rohtang highway from Saturday. The HP government has issued strict directions on Friday to reduce jam problems and minimize possibilities of accident on this congested highway. Kullu deputy commissioner BM Nanta said the non HP vehicles would only be allowed to reach up

Given the traffic congestions on 52 km-long Manali-Rohtang highway, Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corp Ltd (HPTDC) has decided to ply its two buses on the route from today. Plying of two buses on this route will replace at least 30 cabs and thus minimize the pollution and traffic crisis on this fragile pass. As the

It’s unbelievable even to think that the 52 km mountainous journey to Rohtang pass is consuming eight to ten precious hours of tourists due to the frequent traffic jams. Around 4,000 heavy, medium and small vehicles are reaching Rohtang every day. Unavailability of parking space, haste to reach the mountain top first and inexperienced driving