5 Things Do In Pulga, Parvati Valley That Will Make You Fall In Love With It

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Pulga in Parvati Valley is a beautiful place to visit at least once in a life time. Pulga is situated in Himachal Pradesh, at the height of 9498 feet above sea level.

It is a very secluded place, and there is hope of re-connecting with ourselves, as a traveller can be in solace alone.

To reach Pulga there are many ways. You could go via Kullu, Delhi etc. It is 2 hours from Kasol via road. You could also take a flight to Kullu or Dharamshala airport.

In Pulga there are magical clouds with all the mysterious colours that make you feel like you are in some place else. Pulga has amazing climate, with a mesmerizing view. Get lost in the never-ending forests of this place – you never know what you would find!

1) Visit the forest to de-stress:

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Roam aimlessly without anyone to stop you in the forests. Listen to the undisturbed sounds of nature. The forest is surrounded with lush green trees and gigantic pine trees. You wouldn’t realise how the time flies while you are here.

2) Cafes have a hippie feel:

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The Pulga village is the best place for people who come to relax and stay for some time. The village has quaint, soothing cafes along with a hippie feel to them.  The best cafe in the village is Boom Shankar Cafe, as it is highly recommended by the visitors.

3) Never ending range of waterfalls:

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Pulga is a famous place to hike. At the time of hiking or trekking, there are two bridges which need to be crossed. There are waterfalls which will feel like an oasis, while crossing the bridge and while hiking.

4) Wooden house stay:

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It is a total different experience altogether living in a house made with wood. When travelling to Pulga village, the villagers residing there have constructed guest houses full of wood that will make you feel the rustic vibes.

5) Hiking and trekking:

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There are various hiking and trekking trails from the Pulga village to Kheerganga Valley. Trekkers who are fascinated by the concept of treks, will find this to be the perfect place to begin. Shorter treks of 3kms are also up for grabs!

Pulga proves that heaven exists right here on Earth.

Samyak Sheth
Samyak Sheth

A traveller and journalist who views the world wearing multi-coloured goggles. He believes that life is to live not to survive.

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