The inhabitants of Kalpa sell hand-made beautiful shawls and Kinnauri hats. The famous tourist destination known as Mount Kinner Kailash is the main attraction of Kalpa.
If you love birds and mountains, then surely this is one of the best places for you. In comparison to Nainital, this village is very low-crowded and serene. There are many hotels and cottages located at Pangot.
Situated at about 11000 feet above main sea level, this 105 m long wooden walk way bridge is likely to be developed on the similar pattern as of the Sky Walk of China.
Compared to other famous tourist destinations like Manali, this place is known for low tourist congestion. Therefore, one can enjoy its matchless beauty peacefully away from the crowd.
People who come to Gurej valley also visit to see the gateway. It is also called the central part of the valley. Nestled in the lap of hills, this gateway resonates with the sound of flowing rivers.
The lake is named after Guru Govind Singh, the tenth guru of the Sikhs. Nestled in the lap of beautiful small green hills, the fascinating Govind Sagar lake is a vast reservoir.
There is a temple of Mahakali, known as Jalori Mata at this place. It is the centre of religious faith. Jalori Pass is just 6 kms away from Serolasar Lake, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region.
Likewise Nainital, there are two corners of Bhimtal Lake, which are called Mallital and Tallital and both are connected together by the road.
The tourists can take a full snow-proof dress, sunglasses and baton from Manali before visiting this place. If you like playing games in snow including skiing, you would not be disappointed in Gulaba.
There is a rush of tourists during summers here. The atmosphere here is considered to be the best for the people who get fed up of mental and physical exhaustion of polluted and populated cities.