Bhuntar is a quaint little town in the hilly district of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. Located at the confluence of the Beas and Parvati Rivers, it is a picturesque town. It serves as a gateway to the hill stations of Kullu, Manali, Kasol and Manikaran for tourists. It is a lesser known destination, devoid of the usual maddening tourist crowds. The hilly landscape coupled with an unexplored natural beauty makes for a pleasant stay.
Bhuntar is known for its majestic temples. The Basheshwar Temple, Bijali Mahadev Temple and Jagannath Temple are notable for their architectural style. Some of them even date back to the 8th century. They hold immense religious importance for Hindus. The tranquil atmosphere coupled with a picturesque location in the lap of nature attracts plenty of visitors. In fact, Bhuntar is most frequented by nature lovers. The valley is perfect for camping. The snow-capped mountains offer a splendid view in winters. The town also houses a national park.