Hadimba Temple: Built in 1550 A.D. in a forest grove. Hadimba Devi’s temple is four tiered with a Pagoda shaped roof and a front door way covered with figures ands symbols.
Manu Maharishi Temple: Situated in old Manali village of distance of 2 km from the taxi stand . This is the only Temple Manu who is the great Hindu Law giver. It is approachable by road.
Vashisth Temple: A fair size village on the left bank of Beas, Renowned for ots hot sulphur water spring and temple of Vashisth Rishi & Lord Rama. Also can view, the confluence of Beas and Manalsu River.
Tibetan Monastery: A small Monastery is a peaceful clerring has image of the Buddha & some exquisite tangkhas. Famous for carpet weaving & Tibetan handicrafts.
Vaishno Temple: A small cave and a shrine with can image of Goddess Vishno other temple are dedicated to Lord Shiva, Rama & Krishna.
Kullu Shawls Weaving Industries: The Kullu shawls weaving Industries produce export quality handicraft like Hand woven shawls & other handicrafts v/s wall hangings, Kullu Caps, Mufflers & Jackets etc.
Manikaran: Famous for its hot water springs Hot water spring on the river Parvati trace their origin to a legend. The water is so hot that Dal & Rice etc. can be cooked. A well known pilgrimage place on account of ancient Hindu temples and a Gurudwara According to a legend Manikaran is also associated with Lord Shiva & his divine Consort Parvati who lost a recovered her ear ring here.
Jagatsukh Temple: Famous Shiva Temple Shikhara style and interesting old temple of Gaytri Devi & Sharvali created by Pandvas.
Naggar Castle: It is a old capital of Kullu. The Castle was built by Raja Bhosaal. Now under HPTDC. The Castle converted to a Hotel. It is ideal place for tourist and surrounding scenery is very charming.
Roerich Art Gallery: In Naggar art gallery, the Roerich Museum, which houses a collection of the painting of the Russian Artist Nicholas Roerich .