Nestled in the beautiful Raison valley, along the river Beas. A little
piece of heaven on Earth; it is your getaway from the furious pace of
the world. Cozy riverside cottages and a homely restaurant, make up the
hit the bouncing waters? Want to go explore the mountain paths? Or
simply enjoy an afternoon siesta in the cool valley of Himalayas? You
can enjoy all this and more at Adventure Resort Nature Notes.
something more adventurous, you can take advantage of our mountaineering
teams' guidance in trekking and rock climbing. Enjoy our basketball,
volleyball and badminton facilities. White water rafting, fishing,
jumping on the trampoline are the other facilities available on/near the
ACTIVITIES INCLUDED IN PACKAGE ON RESORT
Burma Bridge, Flying Fox, Skating, Archery, Nature walks,
Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Cycling, Hoopla, Cricket, Trekking &
Rappelling, Tambola, Bon-fire, Music & Dance, Football, Chess and Carom
Celebrate with us the joy of company, of love, of life and the joy of
being in harmony with Nature.
PLACES OF INTEREST
KULLU DUSSEHRA: When
Dussehra celebrations comes to an end in the rest of country, it begins
at Kullu. Over 300 local deities come to pay homage to Lord Ragunath.
This is a time when the valley is at its colorful best.
RAGHUNATH TEMPLE: In
the 17th century, Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu committed a great wrong. To
atone for the sin, he sent a courtier to Ayodhya for a statue of Lord
Ragunath (Lord Rama). This temple was built by Raja Jagat Singh to house
the image and is greatly revered.
BIJLI MAHADEV TEMPLE (14
km): At 2460m, this is set on a spur that offers some spectacular
views. The temple is famous for its high staff that periodically draws
lighting which shatters the Linga and scorches the building. Using only
butter as adhesive, the Linga is then carefully pieced together by the
BASHESHWAR MAHADEV TEMPLE
BAJURA (15 KM): One of the most charming temple in Kullu, this is
renowned for its intricate stone carvings.
OTHER TEMPLES: The
Vaishno Devi temple (4km), the Devi Jagannath Temple at Bekhli (5 km)
and the Vishnu temple at Dayar (12 km) are other important shrines
KAISDHAR (15 KM): A
high meadow fringed by deodar trees. A picturesque spot.
KASOL (40 km): An
open glade by the banks of the river Parvati on way to Manikaran. Clean
white sand separates the lush green grass from the water. A good spot
for trout. Himachal Tourism runs Tourist Hut at Kasol.