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Why travel Kasol?
There are abundant trekking and short hiking options available that take you to amazingly beautiful offbeat villages. Not all of them provide luxury stay and world class cuisine restaurants, but you’ll be surprised with the warm hospitality of the villagers. It's a place almost overrun with reggae bars, bakeries and cheap guesthouses catering to a largely hippie/Israeli crowd.
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A picturesque village in Kullu, stretched along river Parvati – has seen a sudden surge in the past five years.
It’s on everybody’s checklist and the place hasn’t disappointed any of those who planned a Kasol trip based on feedback from friends; family and serious travel bloggers.
Number of Backpackers and explorers are increasingly rapidly in India, Kasol is ideal fit for those peace seekers. Silence and enchanting beauty are the key highlights of the Parvati valley. The Parvati river flowing through the turns around the hills covered with lush green Pine and Oak trees. The crisp mountain air, coupled with the delicious Israeli food, with the smell of burning herbs coursing through the otherwise unpolluted air, make it a perfect spot called as- 'The Leisure Valley'.
Apart from natural beauty this places is a delight for trekkers and campers as well, tough trails to Kheerganga and majestic landscapes at Tosh, adds the adventure flavour to this destination as well. This serene little place is just 42 km away from the Bhuntar Airport offering a treat for the mind and the soul. It is on the way as you tread towards Manikaran, a holy place for Sikhs best known for its hot water springs. There are abundant treks and mini hikes that take you to tremendously beautiful villages.