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Ideal duration: 1 day

Best time: Throughout the year (Read More)

Nearest Airport: Chandigarh (Check Flights)


Bhuntar Tourism

Bhuntar is a part of Kullu district and it is typically used as a getaway to the towns of Kullu, Manali, Kasol and Manikaran and Kullu airport also is located within Bhuntar.

Bhuntar is a quaint little town and there's nothing too majestic about the natural beauty it has to offer, but it is your type of holiday destination if you appreciate less tourist-y spots and prefer lesser known spots to relax. Bhuntar has a quaint serenity to it and is considerable away from the maddening tourist crowds of the more famous places in Himanchal Pradesh. Surrounded by lush greenery, this town has temples with splendid architecture and high religious significance. Apart from a few temples a national park and a camping spot, Bhuntar has its silent old worldly charm to offer. Maybe not a tourist destination per se, but if you're looking for a lone individual retreat, you may want to give it a chance.

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River Beas which flows through Bhuntar opens an opportunity of water rafting. A camping site located near the town is an excellent place to stay during the summer season. It also is in the way of many treks like the Chandrakhani Trek. You can go on many treks starting from Bhuntar.

Bhuntar, being a small town doesn't have a lot of fancy options for eating out. Mostly, you would find dhabhas or small restaurants here serving North Indian and Mughlai cuisines. You can also eat in your very own hotel/resort. If you want to get something fancy, you can probably head to nearby town of Kasol or towards Kullu.

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One day in Bhuntar is easily manageable if you start the day early in the morning. Head to the Jagannath Temple for a view of the majestic morning there, complete with the ritualistic pooja (prayers) and the early sun dawning on the white expanse. Next, finish the temple journey with the Basheshwar temple, a real marvel set in stone in the silver valley.

Once you're done with the temples, you can have early lunch at a nearby dhabha or restaurant. After that, you can head to The Great Himalayan Park for an afternoon of loitering in the sun with binoculars to spot some rare beauties.

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Bhuntar Reviews

10 months ago by Rohit Shroff

- Bhuntar is a fairly small town with not much to do. But with the right preparation beforehand, you should be able to see all the major attractions.- The Bhuntar airport is seasonally functional, check the schedules regularly.

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Holidify's Opinion

  What's Great?

Bhuntar is a beautiful place nestled in the Himalayas. It is incredibly picturesque. The town is rich in flora and fauna.

  What's not so Great?

It is located at a high altitude, and it wouldn't be an easy tourist destination for old people, or people with medical problems related to breathing.

For Whom

It is an ideal tourist destination for everyone. It can be a perfect weekend getaway. It is an ideal destination for families, honeymooners and also adventurers. It can be a perfect way to escape the routine life and is also a perfect unexplored place.


How to Reach Bhuntar

Bhuntar has its airport known as the Kullu-Manali airport. There are two flights daily from Delhi to Bhuntar. However, the only problem is that the airport is not functional at all the times and it... (Read More)

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