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Best Places To Visit In Kasol

Kasol is a quaint village in Himachal. It commonly known as the ‘Amsterdam of India .’It is a tourist interest rapidly gaining fame as a popular hub for trekkers, hikers, and wildlife lovers.The village follows the holy town of Manikaran and is one of the best places in the country to sit back and relax in the scenery of snow-clad mountains, pine trees and a gurgling river.

Kasol populated by many people from Israel, noticeable from the plenteously available Israeli food and the street signposts inscribed in Hebrew. It has quite a few streetside cafes which serve delicious food, and the experience of sitting and enjoying a meal amidst the dark green forests and the awe-inspiring mountains make the meal even more enjoyable. Kasol has a flea market that sells various items.

Places to Visit in Kasol:

1. Manikaran Sahib,Kasol:

Manikaran sahib, Kasıl

The sanctity of God embraces everyone. This faith encounters followers of various religious preferences at places of different beliefs. One of the best examples is Manikaran Sahib, 41 Km away from the hill station of Kullu in Himachal.

This place in the Kullu district holds importance for both Hindus and Sikhs. It jointly formed by the rivers Beas and Parvati; the people of both Hindu and Sikh beliefs revere Manikaran. The place associated with the arrival of Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh religion. As a result, a Gurudwara and many temples are present, keeping the charm of these two religions felt and influencing the mind profoundly.


  • Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji GUrdwara
  • Lord Shiva Temple
  • Kulant Pith
  • Lord Ramachandra Temple
  • Harinder Mountain


Malana, Kasol

Separated from the rest of the world lies an isolated village in Malana Nala. It known as Malana orthe Malana Village, located in the Kullu district and widely known for its strong culture and religious beliefs, with various sentiments embedded in the past. This place is also capable for all adventure fans since the path to Malana is well-known for trekking. The trekking route to Malana, trimmed with lush deodar greenery and a fine view of the Malana Dam that energizes people from time to time.

The classic language spoken in Malana is Kanashi. Apart from that, there is especially history that fibs after the presence of this stunning location. Regional legends indicate the venerable thinker, namely Jamlu Rishi, was a citizen of this place and has been given marked credit for putting up the rules, customs and culture, among other laws of Malana. Locals claim that Malana remembers the world’s oldest democracies. Malana considered to have held tremendous respect during the pre-Aryan times.

Do not trek during the winters, as the entire valley covered with snow.

3. Parvati River:

Parvati River streams through the Parvati Valley in Himachal and is an essential part of this beautiful region. The Thunder River derives from the Man Talai Glacier, sailing north through Parvati Valley and finally into the Beas River near Kulu.

The Parvati River is a top attraction in Kasol. Since the flow too dangerous to permit any adventure activities, you can sit on the rocks by the River and be fascinated by the rumbling sounds, leaving behind the clangour of daily, if not permanently, at least for some time.

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  • Rasol
  • Tosh

4. Chalal, Kasol:

While Kasol gets the limelight amongst the towns of the Parvati Valley, one can enjoy the true peace of the supernatural Himachal Pradesh by trekking a slightly different from this vital village to the quaint village.

It is situated at over 5300 feet and a 30-minute trek away from the visitor hub of Kasol; Chalal has maintained its old-world mountain village rural charm. This out-of-date town has been nicknamed the “Isreal of Himachal Pradesh.”

Chalal has found its fan pursuing among hikers and trekkers, who come out here to hike, camp out under the stars, or enjoy some hot chai as they soak in the mere brilliance of the picturesque sight of the grand Himalayas. Many walkers and travellers visiting Chalal have offered several parties deep in the forests, including the perfect spot lodged within the cliffs under a supernatural sky full of stars that no other place could ever reach close to offering.

The best time to visit: during  summer, between April and June.

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Atlast, these are the best places to visit in Kasol. Discover these villages and explore with your family or collagues & make your trip unforgettable. Visit our website, Travel India Info, or mail us at [email protected] for more information. Happy Travelling!!

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