Parvati Valley is located in Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. A metal road from Bhunter, where Parvati River merges into Beas River, leads into the valley. The Parvati River runs through the valley and it divides the town.
Small and big villages dot the sides of the valley. Most of the population is concentrated on the northern part of the valley. There are numerous Gods worshipped in the valley. Every village has its own God associated with their village and has sacred places around the village.
Manikaran, which is famous for its Hot Springs, is one of the popular tourists and pilgrimage places. Other major places of interests include
Khirganga, where Shiva meditated for 2,000 years and the Pin Parvati Pass.