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Kasol

Once a sleepy village lying on the way to Manikaran, Kasol is now a huge destination for backpackers and travellers from around the globe. Tourism has progressed to such an extent, that this little village in the Parvati Valley can often get mistaken for a mini-Israeli town (thanks largely to signboards in Hebrew as well). Bestowed with the best nature has to offer, Kasol, at an altitude of 1640 meters, is an un[travel]er's delight. Head here for some interesting falafel, as you watch the Parvati river roaring through the valley, where the mountains are clearly not the only things high. Spend your time watching the world go by on a hammock or take time out to explore the curious case of ancient Malana village a decent trek away.

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Things to do

Manikaran to Tosh Drive - For first-hand experiences of scenic climes and the spiritual prowess that this land holds, we take you on a guided drive through Manikaran to Tosh. Our first pit stop is at the ancient village of Manikaran, known more for its gurudwara and, supposedly healing-powered, natural hot springs.

Malana Walk - Begin your walk at Nerang village, on the mountain opposite Malana. Climb down from the village and climb up the steps that lead to Malana. The villagers of Malana will carry on with their daily chores, collecting hay and firewood, and carting them back to their homes.

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Best time to visit October to March

Late September to early November is the ideal time to visit here after the rains have subsided.The chilly winter arrives by late November and stays on till the end of February.

Clear skies stay on through March till the haze in by mid-April to the mid-June rains. Frequent landslides are the only dampener till the monsoons end.

How to reach

Air

  • Kullu Manali airport (KUU) at Bhuntar in Himachal Pradesh is 32 kilometres away from Kasol (limited flights on this route and flights are frequently cancelled).Kullu-Manali Airport is located in Bhuntar. Bhuntar lies in Himachal Pradesh. Air India provide flight services from Delhi and Chandigarh to Bhuntar Airport. You can take cab or bus to reach Kasol from the airport.

Rail

  • The Kalka Railway is the only railway station in Himachal which lies 263 kilometre from Kasol. Kalka offers a good connectivity from major cities like Chandigarh, Delhi, Howrah and many more.

  • Pathankot is located in Punjab and is 296 kilometre from Kasol. Pathankot is well-connected to all the major cities in India. There are daily trains from Delhi to Pathankot. You can take cab or bus from Pathankot to reach Kasol.

Road

  • Roads in Himachal Pradesh offers the best connectivity within and out of the state. Kasol the beautiful valley of Himachal Pradesh is well connected through road to every major destination. You will find bus and cab facility throughout the state connecting Kasol to all the major cities in Himachal Pradesh.

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