A small village set amidst lush green Parbati valley and gurgling Parbati River, it is also named as mini Israel due to majority of Israeli tourists. This is a perfect place for nature lovers as it is free from chaotic roads and overcrowded markets, the natural beauty and landscapes of Kasol fascinates tourist all over India and outside India. If you are an adventure enthusiast and nature lover then Kasol is a perfect place for you, on exploring nearby villages like Tosh, Malana, Kheer ganga and Manikaran Gurudwara Sahib on rugged trails gives you the best trekking experience. With magnificent hill views, pleasant climate all around the year and camping at riverside and trekking on rugged trails, this splendid place is all set to give you an unforgettable experience.
As it is not a commercialized tourists place this place is only known for its natural beauty and adventurous activities like trekking and camping. But the scenic beauty of Parbati valley and the exquisite Manikaran Gurudwara Sahib drew in many tourists all over the year from not only India but globally. Beyond this Kasol also offers you the delighted local cuisines like shakshouka (an egg dish).
Kasol is a small village nestled on the way to Manikaran Gurudwara. It is approx 35 kms from nearest airport Bhuntar. Taxi’s can be hired from bhuntar to reach Kasol. It is also connected with roads and buses run on an interval of specific time. There is no connectivity with rails.
If you are travelling to Kasol, grab the opportunity to wander most popular destinations like Kullu Manali, Solang valley, Rohtang Pass (if open), Palampur and Shimla. You can also go for Tirthan valley, Bir Billing and Parashar lake which are places alike Kasol, untouched and charismatic.
As it is not fully commercialized, Kasol facilitate tourists providing comfy stay and delicious delicacies with all basic amenities. Multi-cuisine restaurants offer you mouth watering dishes broadly popular in India along with some especial local dishes.
Religious- Manikaran Gurudwara