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Himachal’s Kasol is a cute tiny village located on the banks of the Parvati River. Kasol, a prominent tourist destination that is quickly gaining notoriety as a major hub for trekkers, backpackers, and nature lovers, is often referred to as the “Amsterdam of India.” One of the best places in the nation to simply relax and take in the scenery of snow-covered mountains, pine trees, and gurgling rivers is Kasol, which is located 23 km from Bhuntar and near to the religious town of Manikaran.

The walking trails in Kasol, which lead to Kheerganga, Yanker Pass, Sar Pass, and Pin Parbati Pass, are well-known. Visit the village of Malana to get a true sense of the culture in this area.

Places to visit Kasol


In Malana Nala, a minor valley of the Parvati Valley, there is a lone community cut off from the rest of the world. It is referred to as Malana or the Malana Village and is situated in the Kullu region. It is a location for those looking for spiritual direction because of its well-known strong religious and cultural traditions, as well as its historical ties to many different emotions. Since the path to Malana is well-known for trekking, this location is also ideal for all adventure seekers.

Parvati river

The Parvati River, which flows through the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh, is a crucial component of this stunning area. The rumbling river rises from the Man Talai Glacier, flows through Parvati Valley to the north, and then merges with the Beas River close to Kulu. The Parvati River is perhaps Kasol’s main attraction, despite not being a destination to visit. You can simply sit on the rocks beside the Parvati River and be mesmerised by the rumbling sounds, leaving behind the din of daily, if not forever, then at least for some time, as the flow is too dangerous to enable any adventurous activities.


While Kasol is the most well-known of the Parvati Valley’s villages, by travelling a little further from there to the sleepy small village of Chalal, one may experience the true tranquilly of the enchanted state of Himachal Pradesh. Chalal, which is located at a height of over 5300 feet and 30 minutes’ walk from the popular tourist destination of Kasol, has kept much of its rustic, old-world mountain village charm. This charming town has earned the moniker “Isreal of Himachal Pradesh” with good reason; it is located in the stunning Parvati Valley of the Himalayas and boasts a magnificent vista of snow-capped mountains and stately pine trees.

How to reach Kasol

Due to its high elevation, Kasol is only effectively connected to the rest of India by well-maintained roads. Regular bus services run to and from Kasol, with buses run by both private and public owners. Rail or direct flights are not available to Kasol. The closest airport that connects Kasol to the rest of India is the Bhuntar airport near Kullu, which is about 31 kilometres away. In terms of narrow gauge, the closest railroad station to Kasol is located in Joginder Nagar, 145 kilometres distant. Pathankot is the closest railroad station in terms of broad gauge.

Best time to reach Kasol

The greatest time to visit Kasol is from October to June when the weather is still comfortable. Although Kasol enjoys pleasant weather all year round, the best time to travel close for hiking is from March to May. The temperature is comfortable at this time of year, ranging from 15 to 22 degrees Celsius. The winter season, which lasts from October to February, is ideal if you enjoy taking walks in the crisp evening air. The temperature during the season often ranges between 3 and 10 degrees Celsius, and snowfall may cause the roads leading to Kasol to become impassable.

Food of Kasol

Many restaurants in Kasol, a hill station in northern India, serve food from that region. The secluded neighbourhood, with its jazzy cafes and booze vends, perfectly combines Indian and non-Indian culture despite being a major Israeli population centre. One of the restaurant’s delectable offerings is shakshouka, which consists of poached eggs dipped in tangy tomato sauce and served with hummus and pita bread.

The Shambhu Momo Stall, which is close to the bridge, unquestionably offers the valley’s best momos. Try his fried momos, you must.

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