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Kasol is a small town in the district Kullu of Himachal Pradesh at a height of 1580 ft. It is also known as the “Amsterdam of India”. Kasol has emerged out to be the most attractive place for tourists. It is located about 37 km away from the Kullu and 228 km far from the Shimla, capital city of Himachal. Kasol provides various places to visit. A few of them are:-

1. Kheerganga Trek:

It is one of the most splendid treks which lies at the end of Parvati Valley. Kheerganga is also known as the holy place, there are temples which is dedicated to the God Shiva and Goddess Parvati. According to the mythology, Kartikeya the younger son of Lord Shiva and Parvati meditated for thousands of years which makes it an important place for Hindu people. Kheerganga isn’t only a town, it is a paradise to discover with all positive emotions. Though the trek is the main highlight there are choices of outdoor activities also like hiking, photography. The astonishing view of Kheerganga will make you bewitched.

2. Tosh Trek:

Tosh Trek is located in Himachal Pradesh at the height of 7,874 ft in the Parvati valley. The main occupation of the people in the Tosh village is Tourism. There is one of Kasol’s best treks. Also, the region offers you the best landscape views in the entire Himachal. It is also known as the “hippie’s paradise”. Tosh attracts all kinds of travelers because of its sheer beauty. There are many cafes that you can visit while exploring in Kasol.


3. Chalal Village:

Kasol offers the magical and small village of the Himalayas “Chalal village” at an altitude of 5300 ft. This village is also known as the “Mini Israel of Himachal Pradesh”. It has become the ideal spot for all trekkers and travelers. The snow-capped mountains, majestic pine trees, camp out under the stars is the real delight for the trekkers. If enjoying and have positive vibes with good food, peace, and safety at a low cost then Chalal village is the best choice.


4. Gurudwara Manikaran

Manikaran Gurudwara is situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh at a height of 1760 m. It is one of the most famous Sikh Pilgrimage and a spiritual place in India. The Outer view of the Gurudwara features the hot water well and the Parvati river flowing by it. Manikaran Gurudwara holds on to such mythological beliefs and is considered to be the top tourist attraction in Kasol.

5. Malana Village:

Malana village is the most ancient village of Himachal Pradesh. This village is also referred to as the “little Greece of India”. Shadowed by the peaks of Chandrakhani and Deatibba. Trekking here is one of the foremost things to do in Kasol. The temples in Malana, The Jamadagni temple, and the Shrine of Renuka Devi attract a lot of tourists. The trip to Parvati valley is incomplete if you have not visited Malana village

6. Pin Parvati pass:

It is situated at the height of 17,480 feet, Pin Parvati pass is one of the most beautiful treks in Himachal Pradesh. Starting from the Phulga village of Kullu, Kasol, and ending at Mud village of Spiti. A high-altitude trek, which is one of the most thrilling treks in Himachal. The greenery of Parvati valley hits you harder. Words cannot describe the unique experience one can get on this Himalayan trek.

7. Tirthan Valley:

The secret gem of Himachal Pradesh is Tirthan Valley which is about 100 km away from Manali and 65 km from Mandi. This valley is named after the river ‘Tirthan’. This pleasant valley is the doorway to heaven for all travelers. This valley also offers you to visit the Great Himalayan National Park, for anyone who is interested in wildlife and photography. Tirthan valley is certainly fun and a safe place to visit.

8. Pulga Village:

Pulga is a tiny village in Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 2210 meters. The village offers some dazzling views of the Himalayas. This village has waterfalls and a wooden bridge which excites the travelers. Fairy forests, snow-covered peaks, beautiful apple farms are literally the main attraction. It is the offbeat destination that adds prestige to this small town, Kasol.

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