Kasol Travel

Kasol, also known as the mini-Israel, is a small village in Himachal Pradesh. Offering perfect scenic beauty, visitors from around the world travel to this unexplored and unnoticed village for many reasons. One of the major reasons is its unexploited scenic beauty with flora and fauna. A quiet yet adventurous town, the beauty of the region is to be witnessed to believe. Kasol is not just a destination but an experience that leaves you with the feeling of adventure, divine, and most of all, the feeling to explore more of this beautiful heaven.

One of the must visit attractions of Kasol is the Malana Village. This ancient village in the lap of Himalayas is culturally cut away from the rest of the world. This untouched heaven is one of the most secretive places in the country. What attracts the crowd to this place is its sheer beauty. Surrounded by a mystical valley and snow-capped peaks, Malana is surely the closest thing to heaven that there is.

Another must explore attraction is the Kheerganga Trek. Kheer Ganga lies at the extreme end of Parvati Valley. Its panoramic skies with vast spread greenery are a much needed delight for the trekkers. As the name suggests, Kheerganga is a holy place with a hot water spring, a small temple of Lord Shiva and a bathing tank. The place makes a rare combination for any trekker to bath in hot spring water when everything is covered by snow.

Situated at one edge of the Parvati Valley, Tosh is an offbeat destination in Kasol that attracts a lot of tourists from across the country for its scenic beauty. The beauty of Tosh comes alive during the winters, closely resembling the idea of Paradise.

Another must visit attraction is the Parvati River, flowing through the Parvati Valley. Originating from a glacier of the Pin Parvati Mountain Range, the river flows through the city. It is this river that has given Kasol significance, keeping the flow of tourism in the area.

How to reach
By Air - Almost 31 Kms away, Bhuntar Airport located near Kullu is the nearest airport to the village. It is connected to three cities Delhi, Pathankot and Shimla.
By Train - Pathankot serves as the nearest railhead at a distance of almost 150 Km. Chandigarh about 310 Km away is another option you can opt for.
By Road - The HRTC (Himachal Road Transport Corporation) runs regular buses from neighbouring states of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab.


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