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  • Places to Visit near Kasol are:


    1. Manali - 
    74.9 km from Kasol
    2. Kheerganga - 22.3 km from Kasol
    3. Bhuntar - 32 km from Kasol
    4. Naggar58.2 km from Kasol
    5. Gulaba - 95.3 km from Kasol
    6. Marhi - 32 km from Kasol from Kasol
    7. Solang Valley - 74.9 km from Kasol
    8. Jagatsukh - 75.7 km from Kasol
    9. Jana Waterfalls - 69. 6 km from Kasol
    10. Pandoh Dam & Lake - 69.1 km from Kasol

    On the bank of the Parvati river, lies the beautiful city of Kasol appealing to the visitors with its vast green valleys, soothing weather, seasonal snowfall and hot water springs. Kasol offers places, events, and activities that will tickle your senses with excitement, beauty, and thrill.

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    For a lifelong lingering memory of a well-spent vacation, there are places to visit near Kasol that serve a perfect blend of adventure and allurement. Kheerganga’s vast greenery and hot water springs, the beauty of Chalal village and Parvati river’s calming waters are a traveller’s heaven.

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    Other than that, Manikaran Gurudwara is one of the favourite tourist places near Kasol for pilgrims. Kasol also has flea markets and restaurants like the Evergreen café and the Buddha palace for the foodie’s delight. If Kasol is the beauty queen of Himalayas, the quaint towns and villages nearby are the pretty princesses mesmerizing the travellers with their unparalleled charm.


    Here are some of the best places to visit near Kasol :

  • 01Kheerganga - 22.3 km from Kasol

    Kheerganga - 22.3 km from Kasol

    Set along the backdrop of Parvati Valley, at an altitude of 2960, Kheerganga rewards the trekkers with a picturesque vista of rolling hills, sheltered by thickets of alpine meadows and hot water springs. The trekking to Kheerganga requires a bit rigorous exercise of about 7- 8 hour.The closest town to Kheerganga is Barsheni, the trek is stretched over a distance of about 9 km.

    The cloudy mist reminds one of the scene from Avatar movie. Amongst the places near Kasol, Kheerganga makes an unusual combination of hot water springs and snow-clad mountains. This place also has a holy significance as it accommodates a small Lord Shiva.

    How to Reach:
    Take bus from Delhi to Bhuntar, take a second bus from Bhuntar to Barsheni, the last bus leaves at 5pm or one can simply hire a private taxi to Barsheni. The trek to Kheerganga starts from Barsheni or Tosh.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    1 h 20 min (22.3 km) via Barsheni Rd/ Manikarana- Barsheni Rd.

    Visiting Time:
    Early morning.

    Favourable months to visit:
    April to June and September to November.

    Things to do:
    Taking dip in the hot sulphur springs with snow-capped mountain views and trekking

    Must Check: Trekking Sites in Kasol for Adventure Freaks

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  • 02Manali - 74.9 km from Kasol

    Manali - 74.9 km from Kasol

    Encapsulated by the snow-capped mountains of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, it is at the top of the list of any travellers must visit place. Whether it’s a family getaway or place for honeymooners to visit, Manali has always been one of the nation’s favourite. Manali , with its lusciously green grasslands, swaying eucalyptus trees, fields covered with flowers and lingering mist.

    It enamours folks both within and outside the country. It is a perfect blend of both modern as well as traditional with its quaint beauty.

    How to Reach:
    Manali is well connected via road, the best way to reach Manali is by road as one can enjoy the scenic view while riding. Many government and private buses can take you to Manali.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    2h 21 min. (74.9 km) via Manikarana Rd and NH3.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    Throughout the year.

    Things to do:
    Skiing, river rafting, trekking and camping.

    Suggested Read: Amazing Places to Visit in Manali

  • 03Manikarna Sahib - 3.7 km from Kasol

    Manikarna Sahib - 3.7 km from Kasol

    Located at just a distance of 4.3 km from Kasol. The Manikarana Sahib Gurudwara is a mesmerising and divine place, that has plenty of hot springs. Manikarana is a place of holy significance for both Sikhs and Hindus, having a lot of religious significance, this place is no short of mesmerizing landscapes.

    The Manikarana Gurudwara, also known as Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurudwara attracts devotees from far away. Also, the Lord Shiva temple which still stands even after the 1905 earthquake is another holy site.

    A dip in the holy hot water springs of Manikarana are believed to redeem the devotees of their sins and various ailments.
     

    How to Reach:
    From Kasol, one can take a bus ride to Manikarana enjoying the scenic beauty. The ride is about 20 minutes long.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    11 min (3.7 km) via Manikarana Rd.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    April to October.

    Things to do:
    Feet soaking, trekking, rock climbing, sightseeing, snow skiing (during winter season).

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  • 04Malana - 22 km from Kasol

    Malana - 22 km from Kasol

    Malana, is an ancient village located at about 2.2 km from Kasol or a scenic ride of just an hour, is in fact the ideal place, you fantasize about as you force yourself into the office gates. This small village has an ambience that can easily make you forget about your life outside.

    Full of folklores, this place has a lot to offer besides its lush green vegetation and cool temperatures. It has earned the title of “A Hipster’s Paradise” to attract the tourists from both within and outside the country. What happens in Malana stays in Malana as the locals are hard-working simpletons who are happy with their own traditions and norms.

    How to Reach:
    Travellers can reach Malana via Bhuntar, a bus ride to Kasol, which is at a distance of 31.2km is most suitable. Although after an hour`s ride one can get off at Jari on the way which is about 2.2 km from Bhuntar. After refreshments, a taxi can be booked for under a grand to reach Malana. Tourists have to register their names at a vehicle stop point and then trek for about an hour to each Malana.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
     22 km from the Kasol bus stand.

    Visiting Time:
    Tourists are not allowed to stay overnight. So, it’s best if one visits it early morning.

    Favourable months to visit:
    Between March to May and October to February.

    Things to do in Malana:
    Trekking, photography.

    Check Out: Places to Visit in Kasol to have fun trip

  • 05Chalal Village - 2 km from Kasol

    Chalal Village - 2 km from Kasol
    A half an hour trek from Kasol can lead you to this magical little village of Chalal. In the lap of the pristine Parvati Valley, Chalal is blessed with unprecedented natural beauty and scenic landscapes. The major cynosure in Chalal is the raving and exuberant parties extending to 3-4 days in the forests near the village.

    Chalal has a lot of restaurants and cafés catering to western as well as Indian tastes like Maya café guesthouse, Magic view café and many more, serving delicious local cuisine like pita bread, hummus, falafel, etc. Other activities like camping, trekking, and nature trailing add up to the bohemian charm of the small village. Chalal is a place that has something in store for everyone.

    How to Reach: Chalal is a 30-minute casual walk from Kasol through the bridge over the Parvati River.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 2 km

    Visiting Time: All day

    Favorable months to visit: March-June

    Things to do: Camping, trekking, and nature trailing
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  • 06Parvati Valley - 3 km from Kasol

    Parvati Valley - 3 km from Kasol

    Beautiful landscapes of the valley and charming riverside, makes this place better than the regular. Visit to Parvati Valley is the most relaxing and rejuvenating experience in Kasol. 

    The place is suitable for sightseeing and a few fun activities with your group. It does not offer any major adventure activity and hence is a great place to visit near Kasol to just lay back, relax and enjoy the calm of nature.

    How to Reach:
     It is located at a distance of 3 km. Buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws are easily available to travel.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
     10 min from main market.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
     Between March to May and October to February.

    Things to do:
     Trekking, Feet soaking in river, photography, picnic spot.

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  • 07Pulga Village - 16 km from Kasol

    Pulga Village - 16 km from Kasol
    Pulga, popularly known as the fairy forest, is a blissful 2 hours ride from Kasol. It is an escape from the hustle and bustle of other famous tourist spots in Himachal- whoever goes to Pulga never completely returns. It is crowned by lofty mountains, adorned by vast green forests, tea plantations, and traditional wooden houses add to the beauty of the place.

    Pulga is a secluded place brimming with peace and serenity. The best thing you can do here is ‘nothing’. Just being in the embrace of pure, blissful aura of this place will take you to cloud nine. A morning stroll around the village and a visit to the Lord Narayana temple are the must-do things in Pulga.

    How to Reach: One can take a bus to Bhuntar and from there reach Pulga via Katagla.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 16 km

    Visiting Time: All day.

    Favorable months to visit: March to June

    Things to do: Morning stroll around the village and a visit to the Lord Narayana temple
  • 08Tosh Village - 21 km from Kasol

    Tosh Village - 21 km from Kasol
    Tosh is one of the most scenic and beautiful places to visit near Kasol. Besides its snow-capped mountains, mesmerizing green beauty, and freezing climate, Tosh village has much more under its sleeves. About 21 Km away from Kasol, Tosh is a hub for backpackers because of its budget-friendly accommodation, rave parties, and nightlife. It is also famous for its beautiful apple orchards.

    It is a perfect trekking spot with spectacular hilltop views that lure the adventure enthusiasts. What attracts a lot of travellers is the peace and stillness of nature here because it is not as commercialized and townish as Kasol. All of this makes Tosh an ideal place to sit, relax and escape the tiring always-on-the-move world.

    How to Reach: The best way to reach Tosh is by bus via Manikaran and Barsheni. From Barsheni, Tosh is 5 km uphill, so you can either trek or book a cab for Rs. 100-200.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 
    21 km

    Visiting Time: All day

    Favorable months to visit: March-June

    Things to do: Trekking, rave parties, and nightlife
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  • 09Bhuntar - 32 km from Kasol

    Bhuntar - 32 km from Kasol

    Bhuntar is a mellow little town in the Kullu valley and is rather a placid place in the otherwise tourist packed Himachal Pradesh. The tranquillity of this place is unusual amongst its crowded counterparts like Kullu and Manali.

    The temples of Bhuntar have architectural as well as religious significance. If you are looking for a place to escape all the hustle of a touristy place, refresh your mind and revitalize your being, then Bhuntar awaits you with its rustic charm and quaint serenity. A great family bonding getaway and a great destination for solo trip too takes you to Bhuntar.

    How to Reach:
    Frequent buses are available from Kasol to Bhuntar.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    Bhuntar is at a distance of 32 km from Kasol.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    It is best to visit between May to October.

    Things to do:
    Trekking, sightseeing, camping

    Must Read: Amusing Things to Do in Kasol

  • 10Marhi - 32 km from Kasol

    Marhi - 32 km from Kasol

    Marhi is a petite village located midway between Manali and Rohtang La on the Manali- Leh highway. Enshrouded by the coniferous forests and snow covered mountains, this welcoming village is frequented by tourists travelling along the Manali-Leh highway as it offers several restaurants for the tourist to grab a quick bite before continuing their journey.

    At Marhi tourists can enjoy good food with a plateful of scenic views to immerse themselves with.

    How to Reach:
    Frequent buses are available from Kasol to Bhuntar.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    Bhuntar is at a distance of 32 km from Kasol.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    It is best to visit between May to October.

    Things to do:
    Trekking is a popular activity in the region. A slow and gradual climb from Kothi to Marhi and then a jeep ride to the Rohtang pass is  one way to enjoy the beauty of the region.

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  • 11Naggar- 58.2 km from Kasol

    Naggar- 58.2 km from Kasol

    Naggar is a quaint town located at the banks of Beas river, 300 kilometres above the river. It used to be the throne of the royalty of Kullu. One can still find the glimpses of the royal era from the Naggar castle, from where one can enjoy the panoramic view of the valley.

    The Naggar castle also houses the Nicholas Roerich art museum which is a pilgrimage for the Russian tourists who are inspired by the iconic artist, writer and philosopher Nicholas Roerich. Amongst the natural scenic beauty, Naggar accommodates a few ancient temples like Vasuki Nag temple, Gauri Shankar temple and Tripura Sundari temple.

    How to Reach:
    Naggar can be reached by bus run by HPTDC available from Manali .

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 
    1h 57 min (58.2 km) via Manikaran Rd and Kullu - Naggar - Manali Rd

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    Throughout the year except between December – February during which roads might be blocked due to heavy snowfall.

    Things to do:
    Trek, camp, Trout fishing, adventure sports like paragliding, skiing and river rafting, shopping of the local handicrafts items.

    Check Out: Adventure Sites in Kasol for fun filled vacation

  • 12Pandoh Dam & Lake - 69.1 km from Kasol

    Pandoh Dam & Lake - 69.1 km from Kasol

    With its aquamarine colour, Pandoh lake has bewitched many photography enthusiasts all around the globe. The major source of water for the lake is the Pandoh Dam. It is located en-route Mandi-Kullu highway at an altitude of 1,360 metres. It acts as a basin for the Pandoh Dam whose main purpose is to divert the Beas river for power generation.

    The crystal clear water is so clean that it reflects the azure sky. It is definitely a must go place for great camera shots. The lake is in the proximity of the tourists’ locations like River Beas, Hadimba Devi temple, Beas-Kund, Manikaran Gurudwara and the Naggar Castle.

    How to Reach:
    It is located at a distance of 26 km from the Mandi city, on the Pandoh-Janjehli road, 6 km from Pandoh. Himachal tourism buses are easily available or one can hire a private taxi from Manali bus stand.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
     2 h 8 min (69.1 km) via Manikaran Rd and NH3

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
     October to May.

    Things to do:
    White water rafting, photography, bird-watching, great spot for a lazy picnic.

    Check Out: Best Sightseeing Sites in Kasol

  • 13Jana Waterfalls - 69. 6 km from Kasol

    Jana Waterfalls - 69. 6 km from Kasol

    Bordered by pine trees, white snow attired mountains, apple orchards, this effusion of water, is cradled in a small village named Jana. The Jana waterfalls gushes down from the gorges at a distance of about 12 km from Naggar. This beautiful waterfall might not be a very big one but the journey up to the waterfall is exciting and beautiful.

    The trek to the waterfall is through dense deodar and pine trees, amidst snow covered mountains, in the heart of the vegetation is the Jana Waterfall. The water cascades from a height of about 30 km. This is a must visit for nature lovers, the cascading water is a blessing to the eyes. Behold yourself as you experience this natural wonder first hand. 

    How to Reach:
    Jana waterfall is about 35 km from Manali. After reaching Jana village using a hired taxi, the Jana waterfall can be reached after a 20 to 25-minute walk or trek into the natural surrounding through narrow and rocky terrain. Also, a bus service is available to reach Jana from Naggar.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    2h 29 min. (69. 6 km) via Manikarana Rd and Kullu- Naggar- Manali Road.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    It is best to visit between September to June.

    Things to do:
    Trekking, sightseeing, camping

  • 14Tirthan Valley - 74 km from Kasol

    Tirthan Valley - 74 km from Kasol
    The untouched and pristine beauty of the Himalayas, Tirthan valley is an exotic tourist destination in the district of Kullu. The valley is washed in peace and serenity offering a plethora of activities for tourists to enjoy like fishing, the great Himalayan trek, bird watching or simply lying on your back and rewinding under the blue skies.

    The glistening Serolsar lake, hidden waterfalls, the glorious castle of Chehni Kothi and Shangarh meadow are some of the tourist hotspots in Tirthan. The Tirthan River is home to rainbow and brown trout and has been declared as an angling reserve to the delight of fishing fanatics.

    The breathtaking Parashar Lake and a pagoda-style temple on its shores is a great getaway for travellers. Another striking feature of Tirthan is the culture and traditions preserved in the lifestyle of people.

    How to Reach: Tirthan is around 74 km from Kasol valley. One can take a bus to Bhuntar and then to Aut. From there, the local buses to Gushaini/Nagini are available which are basically part of the Tirthan valley.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 74 km

    Visiting Time: All day

    Favorable months to visit: March to June

    Things to do:  Fishing, the great Himalayan trekking, bird watching
  • 15 Solang Valley - 74.9 km from Kasol

     Solang Valley - 74.9 km from Kasol

    Solang valley is the paramount adventure sports destination in India. It has rightly earned its other the name as ‘ Snow Valley’ as it is blanketed by the snow-capped mountain peaks and glaciers. It is home to the guest house of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Mountaineering and Allied Sports Institute, Manali. This institute offers training in skiing to the tourists.

    The snow veiled mountains have allured many tourists and is one of the most picturesque sights. It is around 2,560 metres high above the sea level. This majestic valley is situated between the Solang village and Beas Kund.

    How to Reach:
    Nearest bus stand to Solang valley is Manali. Frequent buses or taxis are available from Manali to Rohtang. 

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    2h 31 min( 74.9 km) via Manikaran Rd and NH3.

    Visiting Time:
    10 A.M. to 6 P.M.

    Favourable months to visit:
    September to June.

    Things to do:
    It offers the tourists Paragliding, Zorbing, Snowboarding, skiing, sledging, ATB rides, Snow Scooter rides, Gondola ride, horse riding, yak rides, zip lining, rock climbing, rappelling, trekking.

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  • 16Jagatsukh - 75.7 km from Kasol

    Jagatsukh - 75.7 km from Kasol

    Jagatsukh is a small village located North from Kullu at a distance of 32km and 143 km from the state capital Shimla. The place is located at a distance of 6.5 km from Manali, is well known for its ancient temples, one such temple is the Jagatsukh Shiva temple. Another revered temple in the village is the Gaurishankar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

    Jagatsukh was the Former capital of Manali and is presently the biggest village in Kullu district. Other than its temples, Jagatsukh is also known for its jaw-dropping scenery and snow-capped mountain peaks.

    How to Reach:
    Frequent buses are available from Manali, which is about 6.5 km or 15- 20 minutes ride

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    2h 46 min. (75.7 km.) via Manikaran Rd. and Kullu-Naggar- Manali Rd.

    Visiting Time:
    All day.

    Favourable months to visit:
    It is best to visit between May to October.

    Things to do:
    Trekking, sightseeing, photography

    Also Read: Finest Cafes in Kasol

  • 17Hadimba Temple - 77 km from Kasol

    Hadimba Temple - 77 km from Kasol

    Hadimba Temple is also known as Dhungiri temple, built in the 16th century, a 4- storey pagoda shaped, wooden structure with intricately carved wooden pillars and door posts, tucked away in the middle of deodar forest.

    This holy building holds a great significance not only for the locals but also for the tourists visiting here. Legends about the place tell us that it is built to honour Hadimba, a character of Mahabharata, wife of Bheem one of the five Pandava brothers.

    How to Reach :
    It is an approximately 1 hour drive from the Manali bus stand, about a distance of 57 kms.  For those travelling via train it is merely a 2km walk or trek from the Manali railway station.

    Distance from Kasol ( Bus Stand):
    It is at a distance of about 77 kms  and will take approximately 3 hours to reach.

    Visiting Time :
    8 A.M. to 6 P.M.

    Favourable time to visit :
    July to August

    Things to do:
    Trek, meditate, camp, visit nearby

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  • 18Jogini Falls - 79.6 km from Kasol

    Jogini Falls - 79.6 km from Kasol

    A narrow 3 km trek from the Vashisht temple, covered by apple orchids, pine trees and small streams of water leads us to the Jogini waterfalls. An easy trek of about 3 hours will take you here; view of Beas river, snow-capped mountain peaks of Rohtang will greet the trekkers.

    The fall gushes down via multiple levels from the height of around 150 feet. Jogini Mata temple is located at the base of the waterfall. Tourists can dabble their feet at the petite pool formed at the base of the waterfall or can take a plunge in the water. There are lots of small stalls on the route for the trekkers to take a break and stop for hot cup of tea or snacks.

    How to Reach:
    It is located at a distance of 7.5 km. Buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws are easily available to travel and for those who wish to travel by their own vehicle can park it at the temple on hourly basis.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand):
    2 h 40 min (79.6 km) via Manikaran Rd and NH3

    Visiting Time:
    Early morning.

    Favourable months to visit:
    Between March to May and October to February.

    Things to do:
    Feet soaking, swimming, photography, picnic spot.

  • 19Gulaba - 95.3 km from Kasol

    Gulaba - 95.3 km from Kasol

    Gulaba is named after Raja Gulab Singh of Kashmir who camped here while he was invading China. Gulaba which is located at a distance of 27 km from Manali and 25 km from Rohtang pass, is all you think of a village in Himachal Pradesh. Also called as ‘Snow Point’ by the locals for its snow-clad mountains and plains, the exotic and picturesque views make Gulaba a top priority tourist spot.

    Unfortunately , the Rohtang pass is inactive most of the year . In case the pass is closed, Gulaba is the highest accessible point and it does not disappoint. The place has something to offer to everyone, whether you are adventure driven adrenaline junkie or looking for peace.

    How to Reach: During the summers, the road to Gulaba is open and a taxi can be used to reach Gulaba.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 3h 16 min (95.3 km) via Manikarana Rd.

    Visiting Time: All day.

    Favourable months to visit: During the end of February or early March. 

    Things to do: Skiing is the main attraction. The ski- gear can be rented at the spot. The slopes are not much steep making it safe for the children too. Paragliding is also a popular sport in Gulaba.

    Check Out: Best Time & Season to Visit in Kasol

  • 20Barot - 135.3 km from Kasol

    Barot - 135.3 km from Kasol
    An impeccable beauty in the embrace of Himalayas, Barot is one of the favourite tourist places near Kasol that caters to the taste of millions of travellers. It is a five-hour drive from Kasol, which makes Barot an ideal excursion destination. It is famous for its scenic beauty, breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the evergreen deodar forests.

    Barot also offers an array of activities for adventure-lovers like trekking, angling, and camping on the bank the Uhi river. It also boasts of a variety of wildlife preserved in the Nargu wildlife sanctuary, which includes Ghoral, Himalayan black bear, musk deer, leopards and much more.

    You should also look forward to the Dev Pashakot temple which is famously known as the “Pahadi Wazir” – one who does justice in the mountains.

    How to Reach: From Kasol, one can take a bus to Bhuntar from where buses to Mandi are easily available. Barot local bus stand has frequent bus services to and from Mandi.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 135.3 km

    Visiting Time: All day

    Favorable months to visit: March-May

    Things to do: Visit Nargu wildlife sanctuary, trekking, angling, and camping
  • 21Narkanda - 182 km from Kasol

    Narkanda - 182 km from Kasol
    Narkanda is a picturesque town in Shimla district surrounded by tropical forests and woodlands. The most important tourist attraction in Narkanda is the Tannu Jubbar Lake with its shimmering beauty reflecting the tropical greenery and the vast blues. The beautiful hill of Hatu Nag is a perfect trekking spot for adventure lovers.

    Another famous tourist activity in Narkanda is skiing in the winter season while taking in the glorious natural beauty of the hills. Some tourist hotspots in Narkanda include stokes farm, Mahamaya temple, and Hatu peak. Narkanda is a shopper’s delight with its markets featuring traditional Himachali shawls, Pattu blankets, Himachal hats and caps as well as Pullans slippers (grass footwear).

    All of this makes Narkanda one of the favourite places to visit near Kasol.

    How to Reach: One can take a bus to Shimla from where affordable train service is available to Narkanda. One can also take a road trip to Narkanda from Kasol via NH-305.

    Distance from Kasol (Bus Stand): 182 km

    Visiting Time: All day

    Favorable months to visit:  March to October

    Things to do: Visit stokes farm, Mahamaya temple, and Hatu peak & shopping

Sightseeing in Kasol

Adventure in Kasol

Attractions in Kasol

Trekking in Kasol

Nature and wildlife in Kasol

Camping in Kasol

Attractions

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Tosh Village

Yet another village destination in Kasol, Tosh is a green treat to the tourists that visit the place. the place holds one of the best treks in kasol. The best way to get to this village is by trekking up the hill and witnessing the unreal amaze of this small township in Kasol. Mesmerising hilltop view and refreshing trekking experience will keep you close to delight the entire day.

There are a number of cafes you can visit in this place, while you are discovering other places to visit in Kasol. The more so European experience is definitely on your way if you are looking forward to tick off Tosh village. 
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Kheer Ganga Peak

Amidst all the beauty of landscapes, there lies another destination that will promise you a similar experience. Kheer Ganga is one of the easiest treks and also considered as one of the best activities to do in Kasol. It is about nine kilometres long and passes through easy trails that lead to uphill. 

On reaching the top, to one’s surprise and delight; you can relax and rejuvenate in the hot water spring that originates at the top of the hill. A trekking like this cannot be ticked off elsewhere! You can also plan to stay on top of the hill for a night or so; the nearby hamlets offer several accommodation options.

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Parvati River

Flowing through the Parvati valley, River Parvati is one of the major attractions in Kasol. Beautiful landscapes of the valley and charming riverside, makes this place better than the regular. Visit to River Parvati is the most relaxing and rejuvenating experience in Kasol. 

The place is suitable for sightseeing and a few fun activities with your group. It does not offer any major adventure activity and hence is a great place to visit in Kasol to just lay back, relax and enjoy the calm of nature.  

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Manikaran Sahib

Built in between the two roaring rivers, Beas and Parvati; Manikaran Sahib is a gurudwara that welcomes hundreds of Hindu and Sikh devotees throughout the year. At the peak of Manikaran Sahib originates a hot spring that flows through the temple premises. Several devotees take a dip in this holy water and believe that it washes away their sins. It's a sacred place you should visit in Kasol if you want to experience peace and tranquillity.  

The wonderful view of the valley and enchanting charm of the gurudwara is an ultimate reason to pay a visit there. The pilgrim value of the place as made Manikaran Sahib one of the best place to visit in Kasol. The temple is situated within the proximity of the city and hence attracts a larger number of tourists towards it.  

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Malana Village

Shadowed by the majestic peaks of Chandrakhani and Deotibba, Malana is a small hamlet in Himachal that has self-isolated itself from the rest of the world. This serene location is a visual treat to eyes of the tourists and a top attraction in Kasol.

Trekking here, is one of the best things to do in Kasol to explore the tranquillity of the place yourself. Spellbinding terrains and distinct culture of this village are one of its kind and worth a visit. The village is also often referred to as the ‘little Greece of India.’
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The Grand Indrahar Pass, Himachal Pradesh

This is essentially a mountain pass which is also one of the top hiking destinations in India. Located in the Dhauladhar range in the Himalayan section, the trekking start off point is the Galu temple. The Galu temple is located in Dharamsala. On the way you can see Triund – which is a camping ground. You must also visit the Lahesh Caves on the way. Triund and Lahesh Caves are popular camping points for hikers in kasol,  through the Grand Indrahaar pass. The trek ends at Chamba.



The hiking expedition lets you experience the Dhauladhar range and Pir Panjal Mountains. The hiking trail is moderately difficult. On the way you hike through green pastures and navigate through dense forests. These are Deodar and Rhododendron jungles, and if you have never been to a tropical forest, then this could be an enchanting experience. You also trudge on the ancient Gaddi Shepherds trail.

Hiking through this pass is an amazing experience. You can see the Mani Mahesh Kailash peak. The snow clad Panjal Range will never cease to delight you. The best time to visit this place is between May and October.


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Seven Sisters Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Looking to scale a peak and hoist your flag when hiking In India?  An easier option is the Seven Sisters inHimachal Pradesh. Located in the Western Himalayas, this group of peaks is one of the most wonderful places on Earth. This place is full of apple orchards and dotted with ancient wooden temples. The mountains have pleasant climatic conditions which makes it one of the ideal top hiking destinations in India.

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  • Q. Where can I go for camping in Kasol with discounts upto 25% Off?
  • Q. What are the best activities to do in Kasol?

    Here is the list of activities in Kasol with discounts of up to 25% off. Click here to explore the complete list of all the exciting adventure.

    1) Kheerganga Trek With Camping at Flat 15% Off
    2) Adventure Camping at Flat 25% off 
    3) Fishing Experience In River Parvati, Kasol Flat 23% Off
    4) Riverside Camping In Kasol

  • Q. Which are the best treks in Kasol with Discounts upto 15%?

    Explore the best trekking in Kasol with discounts up to 15% Off.

  • Q. Which are the famous family resorts I can book in Kasol with best deals?

    Check out the list of some of the best resorts in Kasol for day outing starting from Rs 1300 only:

    1. Hotel Sandhya - Starting from INR 3,500
    2. Brick And Wood Cottages - Starting from INR 1,300
    3. The Himalayan Village  - Starting from INR 10,600
    4. Parvati Kuteer - Starting from INR 2,110-2,800
    5. Hotel Royal Palace -  Starting from INR 3,420

  • Q. What is famous in Kasol?

    Famous places to visit in Kasol are Kheerganga, Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara, Tosh village, and Parvati River. The favourite restaurants in Kasol are Buddha palace, Moon Dance café, Jim Morrison café, and many more, serving exotic tastes. Flavoursome Israeli food is a speciality.

    Most sought after activities to do in and around Kasol include trekking, walking on trails, angling and wildlife watching. Its flea markets are adorned by ornaments, toys, trinkets, pendants, and clothes ranging from summer styles to handwoven woollens.

  • Q. Which month is best for Kasol?

    The best months to enjoy the marvels of Kasol are from March to June. June being the month of summer vacations in the north region is the ideal month to visit Kasol. The weather in Kasol is very pleasant at this time of the year, and the temperature ranging from 16 to 22-degree celsius gives trekkers a refreshing experience.

  • Q. Does it snow in Kasol?

    From October to February, Kasol glistens with pristine snow with its lofty mountains crowned by pure whiteness. The temperature varies from 3 to 10 degrees Celsius making the days chilly and the nights freezing. This time of the month is not very preferred for a vacation because it becomes ruthlessly cold for travellers to undertake any outdoor activity. 

  • Q. Why is Kasol called Mini Israel?

    This is because of the heavy footfall of Israeli tourists in destinations in and around Kasol(around 70% of tourists are Israeli). The local people are also very welcoming of Israeli tourists. One can find them moving in groups around the area.

    Most of them come to Kasol for peace, sightseeing and the rave parties as they do not find such natural blessings in Israel. Another reason is the warm relationship between India and Israel due to which many of them see India as their second home.