Bhuntar is an appealing little town and is a part of Kullu district. It is at an altitude of 2050m above sea level. It is among the prominent destinations of the state. There’s nothing too magnificent about the natural beauty it has to offer. If you appreciate less touristy spots and prefers lesser-known spots to relax then it is your type of destination. It is normally used as a getaway to the towns of Manali, Kasol, Kullu, and Manikaran. Kullu airport also is located within Bhuntar
The history of Bhuntar is related to that of Noah in The Bible, the holy book of Christianity. It is considered that legend, Manu, who is believed to be the founder of civilization. He had established a democratic council in Bhuntar for the Hindu deities. These were responsible for governing the people living in society.
Bhuntar has temples with splendid architecture and high religious significance. Apart from a few temples, you can also take a visit to a national park and a camping spot. It has its silent old-worldly charm to offer. Bhuntar is 10 km away from Kullu valley. Bhuntar has an exquisite climate throughout the year. Camping and trekking are possible at a few sites in Bhuntar.