Location: To experience the untouched beauty of nature and an incredible variety of flora and fauna, the Great Himalayan National Park in Kullu is a must visit place.
Description: Sprawling across an area of 452 sq. miles, the national park in Kullu is no doubt a natural wonder. Built in 1984, the park is taking a lot of crucial steps to preserve this rich treasure of wild flora and fauna. The Himalayas, known its diverse wild animals and birdlife, is what makes it charismatic for nature lovers. Observing the activities of these wonderful creatures is a unique experience. Lying in the lap of nature, the national park is a habitat for various species, including around 31 mammals, 181 birds, 3 reptiles, 9 amphibians, 11 annelids, 17 mollusks and last but not the least 127 insects. No need to say that it is an apt place to appease your eyes with the most awe-inspiring sights of deciduous forests, wild fauna, hanging valleys and landscapes, all at one place. This park is itself located at a majestic location. Watersheds of three glorious rivers of Jiwa, Sainj and Tirthan are accounted for the authentic beauty of this Great Himalayan National Park.
Activities: A catchment area near Kullu, Manali Sanctuary is another natural marvel you can explore.