Being a beautiful village full of natural beauty and lush greenery, Kasol is the pride of tourism in Parvati Valley on the banks of Parvati River. Located between Bhuntar and Manikaran, Kasol is in easy of Kullu at an altitude of 1640 meter above sea level. Manikaran is just 5 km from Kasol that is a paradise for nature lovers and a religious place.
Today, it has become a hug of backpackers where they come to explore scenic valley, untouched hills and pleasant climate. It is an ideal destination for honeymooners and those who love to spend time in tranquility.
The beautiful village is also the base of trekking in Himalaya that starts to SarPass, Yanker Pass, Pin Parbati Pass, Khiriganga Pass and different others. The beautiful village is very much popular among tourists from Israel and you can see banners of Hebrew language everywhere.
The village doesn’t have main tourist attractions; however due to influx of foreigners, some luxury hotels and shops can easily be found here. Food option is plentiful here. Kullu at the distance of 42 km is the main town having all facilities here.
You will find different shops bringing you western and Indian items. Not forget to mention some wonderful locations that are pleasant and often persuade tourists to spend more time here.
It is an ideal place for trekkers and adventure tour enthusiasts; where they will get more chances to come close to natural beauty.
How to Reach Kasol?
By Air: Bhuntar Airport is the nearest airport to reach Kasol by Air. You can take a taxi or bus from airport directly to Kasol.
By Train: Chandigarh, Ambala, Kalka and Shimla are different destinations to reach Kasol by Train. You can take bus or taxi from any of the aforementioned railway points to Kasol.
By Road: Kullu is at the distance of 42 km from Kasol that is well connected to taxies and buses. Manikaran is at the distance of 5 km from Kasol.