An ancient village in the lap of Himalayas, it is culturally cut away from the rest of the world, resulting in it being an untouched heaven.
Kheer Ganga is one of the easiest treks. It is about nine kilometers long and passes through easy trails that lead to uphill.
Trekking by the Kasol Kheer Ganga trek, which is beautiful beyond imagination. It is believed that Lord Shiva meditated here for 3000 years.
The magnificent view of the valley, non-concretised paths, the wilderness feel, all just amaze the tourists that visit this place.
The rocks here are quite steep, and rock climbing here is quite an exhilarating experience. The difficulty level of the climb is medium to high.
Tosh is a small village located on the banks of River Tosh. Situated at one edge of the Parvati Valley, Tosh is an offbeat destination in Kasol.
It is one of an amazing Trans Himalayan trek that will not only leave spell bound by its beauty but also gushing with adrenaline.
Flowing through the Parvati valley, Originating from a glacier of the Pin Parvati Mountain range, the river flows through the city of Kasol.
Redefining the beauty of nature and blending in Israeli culture, it is a wonderful place. Trek to this village witnessing the mystic atmosphere.
Camp under the sky full of stars. You can set camps beside the Parvati River or Kheerganga Valley for a whole new thrilling experience.
Pulga is best known for the temple or gurudwara in Parvati valley. The peaceful habitat has surprisingly large number of foreigners visiting.
Bhuntar is a small town. Nested amidst the dense forest and steep trails, Bhuntar is nothing less than a treat to one’s eyes.
This hamlet is home to a few temples, military structures, museums and galleries making it one among the best Kasol places to visit.