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Weekend Getaway Kasol - 2 Nights 3 Days

Into The Parvati Valley


Kasol is a hamlet in the district Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, northern India. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Bhuntar and Manikaran. It is located 30 km from Bhuntar and 3.5 km from Manikaran. Kasol is the Himalayan hotspot for backpackers. and acts as a base for nearby treks to Malana and Kheerganga. It is called Mini Israel of India due to strong Jewish history and heritage found here.

Kasol is a striking tourist destination in Himachal Pradesh. It is like a mini Israel, with numerous Israeli tourists and Hebrew cafes all around. Kasol is also known as ‘Little Amsterdam’ as it is flanked by hippies from everywhere


The airport at Bhunter is 32 km from kasol where taxis and buses are available. The closest narrow gauge railhead is at Joginder Nagar, 150 km away. The closest broad gauge rail heads are Chandigarh (290 km) and Ambala (318 km). By road the distance from Delhi is 513 km and from Shimla the distance is 228 km


Evening board Volvo and kick start to the mesmerising journey into the Parvati Valley 

Arrival at kasol hotel check in afternoon discover Kasol through its markets river side forest walk one can trek to chalal village or visit manikaran gurudwara to take a dip into the Sarovar. Later, spend some quality time at the Parvati Valley, which is located on the banks of the Parvati river. In the evening, enjoy a bonfire dinner and overnight stay

After break fast visit Magical Valley Malana or trek to Kheerganga evening can be spend at camp

After breakfast visit tosh village descend down towards Hot sulphur Spring Manikaran Evening Departure to Chandigarh – Delhi 


An archaic Himalayan village tucked deep in the Parvati valley, Malana had been a self-containing democratic society for centuries. The village is now connected by a road that branches from the Bhuntar-Manikaran road at Jari. Those who love to trek can reach the village by crossing over the Chanderkhani Pass. The villagers, who are closely tied to their religious beliefs and sacred groves, worship Jamlu Devta - the local deity, whose divine laws enforced by oracles still govern the institutions of the village. The age-old traditions, remoteness, high altitude (2650 m) and scenic beauty of the highland attracts a lot of trekkers to Malana

Kheer Ganga

Khirganga is situated in Parvati Valley at a distance of 22 km from Manikaran. For Khirganga, one has to go by motor-able road up to a place called 'Barshaini' and from there to Khirganga on foot. This trek leads through hilly terrain. This is the place where 'Kartik Ji', the elder son of 'Lord Shiva' remained in 'samadhi' for thousands of years. Kheer Ganga is one of the most refreshing treks that you can go on anywhere. The natural hot-water-spring experience is something that you will remember for a lifetime. Most people who reach this place always come back for seconds as there you can simply not get enough of such a place. The place is open for about 7 months in a year and is not permanently inhabited. The trek is very pleasant and offers some exhilarating views. The vegetation changes dramatically and opens up into a flatland that is graced by the occasional tent, the few guest houses and cafes and the temple premises which also comprises of the hot water spring. After the climb you are rewarded with release from all your pains during the day and get to bathe in the hot spring and rejuvenate yourself. Even though there is a hot spring at the gurudwara down at Mankiaran, the experience of Kheer Ganga is unique in so many ways.


Tosh village is in Himachal Pradesh state of India. It is located at about 2,400 metres in elevation on a hill near Kasol in the Parvati Valley, surrounded by mountains. Alongside the village is the Tosh River, which begins at the Tosh Glacier within Tosh Valley, which is a feeder valley for the Parvati Valley


To enjoy the true serenity of the magical Himachal Pradesh by trekking a little further from this major town to the quaint little village of Chalal. Situated at an altitude of over 5300 feet and a 30-minute trek away from the tourist hub of Kasol, Chalal has managed to retain its old world mountain village rustic charm. Set in the beautiful Parvati Valley of the Himalayas, with a grand view of snow-capped mountains and majestic pine trees

Prashar Rishi Temple and Lake

Prashar Lake lies ~70 km south of Kullu, with a three storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar. The Lake is located at a height of 2730 m above sea level. With deep blue waters, the lake is held sacred to the sage Prashar and he is regarded to have meditated there. An interesting thing about Parashar Lake is its floating circular island, that keeps changing its position through-out the year. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the lake can be approached via a motorable link-road from Bajaura near Buntar. The temple was built in the thirteenth century and the Lake is said to be unclear how deep it is, with a diver not being able to determine its depth.

Bijli Mahadev

BIJLI MAHADEV TEMPLE : At 2460m, this is set on a spur that offers some spectacular views. The temple is famous for its high staff that periodically draws lighting which shatters the Linga and scorches the building. Using only butter as adhesive, the Linga is then carefully pieced together From the hill top, one gets great view of Kullu valley and the confluence of Beas and Parvati rivers. The views of Dhauladhar and PirPinjal ranges are also impressive.

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