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COVID-19 : KASOL is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 29 Sep 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to KASOL?

Entry is open from all domestic states.

  • Face masks are compulsory when going out in public
  • COVID-19 test is not required on entry to Kasol; however, thermal screening shall be done for all passengers entering the borders of this hamlet.
  • No night curfews are active in Kasol.
  • All supermarkets, parks, malls and attractions are open with strict COVID-19 prevention norms in place.
  • Social distancing to be followed mandatorily when out in public.
  • 14 days of Institutional Quarantine is mandatory for travellers arriving from any Red Zone districts outside Himachal Pradesh.
  • Passengers having ILI (Influenza Like Illness) symptoms are also to be quarantined in a government facility for 14 days.
  • For passengers arriving from red zone districts outside of Himachal Pradesh, carrying a COVID-19 negative test report from ICMR authorized lab, not older than 48 hours from the date of departure,14 days of Home Quarantine is allowed.
  • All passengers must download Arogya Setu App.

The Kullu Bhuntar Airport is receiving flights from Delhi and Chandigarh.


Inter-state entry of private and government buses in restricted in Kasol, however, intra-state bus services are functioning in the city from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. with 60% passenger capacity.

Local Transport

Local transport services, like taxis, autos and buses are functioning in the state.

Numerous steps have been taken by the government of Himachal Pradesh to curb the spread of Covid-19 while allowing travellers and tourists an enjoyable visit. Thrillophilia recommends you follow all guidelines and safety measures issued by the government and practice personal hygiene to keep yourself safe.

Inter-state travel allowed in Kasol. Entry open between 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Kasol’s district borders have been re-opened, with the issuance of the COVID-19 e-pass, allowing unrestricted entry between 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Travellers from other states must mandatorily register on the state governments e-pass portalRead more.

Night Curfew Lifted in Kasol Updated: 04 Sep 2020

As per the MHA’s Unlock 3.0 guidelines, the night curfew in Kasol, that was imposed between 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. has been lifted to allow unrestricted intra-state travel.

Hotels, Homestays and Resorts Re-opening on 1st of October to Allow Visitors Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Most of the homestays, hotels and resorts in Kasol will start functioning again from 1st of October 2020. Inter-state patrons must book a minimum of two days stay in these hotels. Read more.

Bhuntar Airport, Nearest to Kasol, is Functional for Domestic Travel Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Kullu’s Bhuntar Airport, 31 kilometres from Kasol, has begun functioning domestic flights, with strict social distancing norms. Thermal screening is mandatory for arriving as well as departing passengers.

Interstate Movement of Taxi Allowed with DC Permission Updated: 04 Sep 2020

Inter-state entry of taxis is allowed with the permission of the deputy commissioners. Public transport buses, plying inter-state, remain restricted.

Popular Jibhi and Tirthan Valleys Set to Open for Tourism from September 5, 2020 Updated: 04 Sep 2020

The renowned tourist spots of Jibhi and Tirthan valley near Kasol in Kullu district are all set to open for tourists from the 5th of September with strict Covid-19 conditions in place. Read more.

Kasol Tourist Places

Malana Village. Kheer Ganga, Tosh Village, Tirthan Valley, Parvati River, Manikaran Sahib, Moon Dance Cafe, Pulga Village, Kullu, Manali, The Rainbow Cafe,Jim Morrison Cafe, Bhoj Café, Buddha Place and many more interesting places. 

If you’re wondering about the places to visit in Kasol you might have to keep a paper in hand as the list is quite long. Set amidst the Himalayan terrains, the Kasol tourist places including the world-renowned UNESCO heritage site - Great Himalayan National Park, the magnificent Naggar Castle, Parvati Valley, the Bijli Mahadev Temple, and various other temples and spots make this place a must-visit destination. 

Gleaming with the enchanting beauty of the lush green hills and clear skies, there are a lot of enrapturing sights that you cannot afford to miss including the Tirthan Valley, Pulga Village, Chalal Village. Also to mention the array of cafes turned Kasol Tourist places like the Moon Dance Cafe, River View Cafe, Evergreen Cafe, and Buddha Place, to name a few.

Here you can munch delicacies savoring the view of nature's aesthetics. Make sure you do not forget to carry your camera as this awe-inspiring destination will render you a plethora of transfixing pictures that you would certainly want to flaunt over social media.
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Nature Park Kasol

Nature Park Kasol

Nature Park is one of the idiosyncratic places to visit in Kasol. Engulfed by a peaceful atmosphere, the park has access to the mesmerizing Parvati River which flows through the worn-out rocks, making rumbling sounds.

The Nature Park is also an ideal place to stroll and jog under the canopy of looming Pine trees. As the place is close to many popular Cafes, visitors can also indulge in some exotic cuisines to end the day on a good note.

Nature Park, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh- 175105.


Shiv Mandir, Manikaran

Shiv Mandir, Manikaran

At a towering height of 1760 meters, Shiv Mandir in Manikaran is one of the remarkable Kasol tourist places. It is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva where he is worshipped in the form of a Shivalinga. Besides, the Shiv Mandir is immensely popular for its hot water springs and mountainous landscape. During the annual festival of Maha Shivaratri, celebrated in honour of Lord Shiva, this place attracts a huge number of devotees and pilgrims from around the world.

Ram Mandir Marg, Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh- 175105

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Kheer Ganga Peak

Kheer Ganga Peak

Amongst the best places to visit in Kasol, Kheer Ganga showcases the panoramic beauty of the lush green hills and clear skies. A holy place, it lies at the extreme end of the Parvati Valley, transfixing you with the skies that are bluer and the hills that are greener than usual. A striking opportunity for beginners, the Kheer Ganga trek is counted as one of the easiest treks of Kasol. You sure don’t want to miss this chance.

Known as the land of Shiva, Kheer Ganga has mythological beliefs weaved around it which you can hear out while your visit to Lord Shiva Temple. This trek has more surprises for you enveloped - hot water dip! You can ease down and enjoy the hot water spring amidst the snow and relax your weary muscles. Can it get any better?

Location: Parvati Valley, Kasol

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Tosh Village

Tosh Village
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Located at an altitude of 2,400m above sea level, 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 that attracts a lot of tourists from across the country because of its scenic beauty. 

The trek to Tosh starts from the base of Kheerganga and is one of the most scenic routes in the valley as you walk side by side the Rivulet Tosh. The beauty of Tosh is at its best in the winters, when the snow on the trail and around the village gives you the feeling of being what closely resembles our idea of Paradise. The serene beauty of this place is incomparable and that is why Tosh and a trek to Tosh is a must have experience in Kasol at least once in your lifetime.

Location- Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

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Chalal Village

Chalal Village
Resonating with the Israeli culture, the Chalal Village is enriched with the true essence which is depicted by its houses and mouth-watering cuisines. While looking for places to eat here you must visit the Tosh Cafe and try out some lip-smacking dishes from the Israeli cuisine.

At an altitude of 5,366 feet above sea level, this village is much encountered by solo travelers looking for a break from their weary lives and rejuvenate amidst the flora and fauna by the River Parvati. You need to take a 35-minute walk to reach this beautiful village. Usually visited by people in search to find themselves, this tiny village is a perfect place if you’re looking for unanswered questions. 

Location: Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 
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Camping Location: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Check-In: 11:00 AM on day 1
Check-Out: 10:00 AM on day 2

Kasol is a considered as “Amsterdam of India” which gives you an opportunity to awaken your inner adventure wanderer and rediscover yourself. Adventure camping in Kasol is the best way to get the best out of this place.

About Kasol Adventure Camping:
At the time of check-in, get welcomed by the friendly hosts and indulge yourself in the several outdoor games available at the site. You can also go for exploring the nearby areas like Chalal village or flea market. In the evening enjoy the light music and bonfire under the bright shining sky with fellow travellers. Or you can sit in the corner and enjoy the stargazing in a clear sky with the sound of the river in the background.

On next day, Wake up to see a beautiful sunrise with the birds chirping in the background. After breakfast, wander around a bit and the checkout from the camp with unforgettable memories.

Kasol Adventure Camp is facilitated with Alpine tent with common washroom and Swiss tents with attached washroom facility. All the basic amenities are available at the campsite like power backup, electric socket, housekeeping and room service.

How to reach Kasol campsite?
By Road: Take a bus from Delhi/Chandigarh to Bhuntar. Get down at the Bhuntar bus stand and from there take a local bus ride or hire a taxi to Kasol. 
By Air: Fly from Delhi airport to either Kullu or to Dharamsala and from there take the local bus to reach Kasol. It is a distance of 511 km from Delhi and 269 km from Chandigarh.

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Parvati River

Parvati River
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Originating from the ManTalai Glacier, the calming waters of the Parvati River are definitely one of the requisite Kasol attractions. The meandering river flows north through Parvati Valley cascading into River Beas near Kullu. A chance to leave behind the fracas of life for some time, you can feel the tranquil rumbling of the rocks as the water gushes. Though this place is not ideal for the adventure activities, the unfathomable serenity of this place makes it a must-visit.

You can test your hand in fishing while sun-basking with your legs half dipped in the frothy river. A day in the lap of nature while you enjoy the alluring view around and a delicious cooked meal later on. Isn’t it that one day you’ve always dreamt of?

Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

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Manikaran Sahib

Manikaran Sahib
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Believed to be visited once by the first religious leaders of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak, the Gurudwara at Manikaran Sahib is one of the most revered pilgrimage sites in Sikhism and is one of the best places to visit in Kasol. 

Associated with a lot of legends, the hot springs here are considered to be sacred. That is the reason why the offerings to God here are cooked in these hot springs and are consumed as divine. Also, bathing in the springs is considered to be another ritual and a spiritual act performed for bringing the pilgrim close to God. With such pious and auspicious traditions attached to this place, it is a must visit when coming to Kasol the next time.

Location- Hari Har Ghat, Manikaran Road, Distt. Kullu, Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh

Timings- Open 24 hours

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Tirthan Valley

Tirthan Valley
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Popularly known as Himanchal’s best-kept secret, Tirthan Valley is secluded heaven 60 km away from Kasol. Home to the Great Himalayan National Park - a UNESCO Heritage Site, this   Kasol tourist place will bewilder you with its magnificence the moment you reach.  This peaceful and well-preserved destination has numerous hidden gems of the Kasol attractions you might want to unveil.  

A blessing in disguise, this unruffled destination has just the right things to turn your vacations to eternal bliss. Rambling in the wilderness of the Himalayas, camping by the riverside, trekking through the jungle, discovering the raging waterfalls or trout angling, Tirthan Valley beholds fun activities to indulge in. 

Location: VPO Gushaini, Dist, Banjar, Himachal Pradesh 

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Witness the snow-dust mountains at an altitude of 2000m above sea level. Undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Kasol, this guileless enclave is your perfect elopement from the parching heat of the plains. Manali is often known as the gift of Himalayas to the World because of its salutary and natural bounties. The dignified Rohtang Pass, tranquil Hidimba Temple, refreshing Vashisht Baths, Nehru Kund, and Van Vihar are some of the major attractions that you must visit.  

Not limited to sightseeing, Manali has an array of adventure activities including skiing, paragliding, trekking, river rafting and zorbing to name a few, for the thrill-seekers to indulge in. Lying in the proximity of around 80 km from Kasol, Manali is a renowned tourist destination due to its classic blend of culture, nature, and adventure.  

Location: Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh

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A peer of Manali, Kullu boasts highly of lofty snow-capped mountains and a package of enthralling activities in Kullu and attractions that lure tourists from all over the world to visit this place at least once in their lifetime. Located around 50 km away from Kasol, the picturesque town of Kullu savors the adventures with an array of thrilling activities including yak safaris, trekking, river rafting, paragliding, camping, and whatnot. If you’re in search of a laid back vacation along with an urge to indulge in a quest to explore new places, this town has an abundance of such attractions. 

Rupi Palace, Manikaran Hot Springs, Bhrigu Lake, Parvati Valley, Friendship Peak, and Pandoh Dam are some of the major tourist attractions you cannot miss out when in Kullu. Head out to the Tibetan market in the vicinity and put your bargaining skills at work as you can buy some traditional goods at low prices to take back souvenirs from your Kasol trip.
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Manikaran Hot Springs

Manikaran Hot Springs

This place to visit in Manikaran is a natural geological marvel, full of hot boiling water that is rich in Uranium and radioactive substances. The water within is considered auspicious and said to have healing properties for the human body that can cure skin and other disorders. There are folklores attached to the spring that hail their origin from Hindu and Sikh religions.

Usually, water of the spring is hot enough to boil rice and other food and it has to be cooled with the water of the river Parvati for bathing purposes.There are indoor and outdoor bathing pools for both men and women on the lower level while the upper level has an open pool. It is advisable to carry a pair of clothes if one needs to take a bath here.

7am to 10pm

Entry fee-
There is no entry fees for the visitors.

the spring is located near Gurudwara Manikaran Sahib.

Distance from Kullu bus stand-


Chhalal Village

Chhalal Village

One among the Israeli abodes in Kasol, Chhalal Village is one other place to visit in Kasol for tourists that look out for small attractions in the city. Redefining the beauty of nature and blending in Israeli culture, Chhalal is a quite wonderful place to spend a day. One can trek to this village witnessing the mystic atmosphere of the place. 

The best thing to do in this small town is to explore cafes and try out some of the best Israeli cuisines. Kasol, also known as the ‘Mini Israel’ of India, accommodates many other small hamlets like Chhalal that add to the overall experience of the tourists that visit Kasol.  

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Pulga Village

Pulga Village
If you’re a backpacker interested in exploring offbeat places, the Pulga Village awaits you. Located around 16 km from Kasol, this Kasol tourist place has plenty of tea gardens of the Himalayan side blessing the place with tranquility to entice. Situated at a height of 2,895 m above sea level the small village has astounding temples that you must visit. You can enjoy a day here amidst the natural beauty, undisturbed and away from the hustle and bustle of the digital world. 

Still deprived of modern amenities this chaste village has lofty mountains, tea plantations, and wooden houses, Pulga Village gives you the rightful ‘me time’ you’ve been yearning while you’re on a quest to find yourself. 

Location: Sosan, Himachal Pradesh

Bhuntar Town

Bhuntar Town

Let the adrenaline surge as you drive 30 km from Kasol on the narrow roads connecting to the  Bhuntar Town. A laid back destination located in the Parvati Valley, it is one of the most peaceful places to visit in Kasol. 

An ideal offbeat place for hiking and trekking, this place has the perfect setting for the adventure enthusiasts to quench their thrill thirst. Apart from adventures this town also commemorates the natural divinity and manmade exhibits like  Mohan Nature Park, Vishweshwar Mahadev Temple, Bhagsu Falls, and Bijali Mahadev Mandir, to name a few, that resonate just right with the serenity of this place.  

Location: Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh

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Naggar Village

Naggar Village
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The ancient capital of the erstwhile Kullu rulers Naggar village is one of the Kasol tourist places that will not only rejoice the visitors with its pristine beauty but also nourish you with its rich history. A tourist hub, this small village is home to numerous jaw-dropping attractions.

The medieval wood and stone mansion - the Naggar Castle which has an exclusive art gallery featuring the work of famous Russian artist - Nicholas Roerich, trekking on the rugged Naggar trails, trout fishing in the River Parvati or the serene Himalayan temples, the Kasol attractions will definitely make you extend your stay here.

Location: Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh

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Malana Village

Malana Village

An ancient village in the lap of Himalayas, Malana is culturally cut away from the rest of the world, resulting in it being an untouched heaven. Separated from the rest of the region because of high mountain peaks like Chanderkhani and Deo Tibba, Malana is sometimes said to be amongst the oldest democracies of the world and one of the must visit places in Kasol. 

With the locals following their own customs, traditions, and lifestyle strictly, this is the most secretive places in the country. Considering themselves of the pure Aryan race and descendants of Alexander, the Great, the people maintain less contact with the outside world as possible. But, what attracts the crowd to this place is its sheer beauty. Surrounded by a mystical valley and snow-capped peaks, Malana is surely the closest thing to heaven that there is.

Location- Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh

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Cafes to Visit in Kasol


Moon Dance Cafe

Moon Dance Cafe
Moon Dance Cafe is one of the best places to visit in Kasol if you wish to gobble up mouth-watering German and Italian dishes. A stamping ground for foodies, the irresistible aroma of baked cookies will not let you leave this lovely cafe without tasting one. The cafe will certainly marvel you with their breakfast menu serving freshly prepared juices helping you energize for the day.

Location: Near Bridge, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

The Evergreen

The Evergreen
If you wish to relish your taste buds with multi-cuisine food then Evergreen cafe is your must-try cafes. One of the best cafes of Kasol, this cafe will certainly confuse with the numerous cuisines including Chinese, Indian, Mexican, and whatnot. Enjoy the incredible view of the snow-capped mountains from the outdoor seating while nibbling on the flavorsome on your platter. 

Location: Near Forest Rest House, Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Stone Garden Cafe

Stone Garden Cafe
Located in the heart of the Kasol market, this cafe gives a dreamy hue with twinkling fairy lights beaming all over the entrance. Hallucinogenic music, trippy ambiance, and delicious food, the Stone Garden Cafe has a stellar vibe, being the reason for the flocking tourists in the cafe. A 24-hour cafe, you have the privilege to grab something at any hour you desire. Hunger doesn’t really care about time right?

Location: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 

Buddha Place

Buddha Place
Synonymous with simplicity and elegance the Buddha Place is yet another place to visit in Kasol to witness the alluring view of the valley while gnawing the delicious food being served. You must have tried Maggi, banana crepes, chai, and coffee thousand times yet this cafe boasts highly of theirs, invoking the curiosity of a  lot of foodies to try it once. Although the place has limited seating space and dishes on the platter, it will certainly make you believe in the old saying - ‘Less is more’. 

Location: Manikaran Road, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Jim Morrison Cafe

Jim Morrison Cafe
If you’re on a food haunt in Kasol, the Jim Morrison Cafe isn’t one you should miss out on. Though you need to trek a bit to reach this food heaven, the hard work will definitely pay off well as you step in. Wooden architecture, picturesque view of the mountains, soothing music, and lip-smacking food, the cafe has everything to serve you a soul relieving experience.

Though the menu serves only vegetarian delicacies, the intricacy of the food amazes non-vegetarians as well. Warm and welcoming, the ambiance of the Jim Morrison Cafe will certainly give you cherishable memories on your trip to Kasol. 

Location: Sosan, 286C+VV, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Cafe Sunshine

Cafe Sunshine
Set against the lush green hills, the Cafe Sunshine is one of the best cafes to try in Kasol. You cannot miss out on their star hot chocolate while you are here. 

Location: old main road, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Bhoj Café

Bhoj Café
No less than a treasure trove for food enthusiasts, Bhoj Cafe is another mandatory place to visit in Kasol. This cafe is one of the oldest ones in the region, savoring the numerous palatable dishes for travelers and locals. With a welcoming ambiance and a comfortable setting, this place is one of the cafes you would like to have on your Instagram feed.

Food, location, music, and interiors, the Bhoj Cafe lives up to the fame it has attained among the region. 

Location: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 

River View Cafe

River View Cafe
 A perfect combination of a scintillating view of the gushing water and delicious serving on your platter, the River View cafe gives you a chance to enjoy your food by the riverside. Experience the cold breeze over your face as you sip the hot beverage from the cafe and enjoy the beauty of nature.

More of a Kasol tourist place than a cafe, the River view cafe offers the visitors a chance to take back amazing pictures of the mesmerizing scenic beauty while rejoicing their taste buds.  

Location: Soni Cottage, Old Kasol, Manikaran Road, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
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"It was a wonderful journey and enjoyed a lot and welcome gesture was good and the guides were good"
16 February 2020
Hey hi! I'm Divya. This was my experience with Thrillophilia and it was amazing. They've responded always whenever I needed them. About this trip, firstly Kasol is a very beautiful place and the camp we were staying at is located Riverside, a very beautiful location and the hosts are lovely ppl, very friendly, camp in Kasol. They've taken us on Trek to Chalal .... This is a trek trail that goes along the river up to the village of Chalal. And next day was the Kasol trek. It is the beautiful trek that I've experienced till now ( not that I've climbed many mountains and hills). It was covered all over with snow. The views were amazing.. We had a guide trekker who took us on the trek. Overall it was a wonderful experience!!! Thanks to Thrillophilia, sincerely!!!!
"One of the experiences, which will always remain in my memories. Kheerganga is a trek which is beautiful, not so tough, tiring but the moment you reach the destination, you forget it all and you feel that you have reached a different realm altogether. I can still feel the fresh air hitting my face up there. anyone who can trek 4-5 hours continuously, please do not miss this place.\nand our trek guide is VICKY a very good person\n"
17 August 2019
Highly satisfied with my maiden camping experience at HIM CAFE.. Realy awe-inspiring views around the camp. Decent food to get in a hilly terrain. Pawan-caretaker is too friendly and caring. Tents were clean and safe.. Day 1: Reached the camp by 2.00 pm checked in the tent. Started trek to Tosh village after a Powernap at the tent. Tosh village is too beautiful that it couldnt be penned down. Wittnessed aome melting snow while sunset which is an imsane experience. You can enjoy at cafes at Tosh before your way bck to the camp. Had dinner. Enjoyed Bonfire. Day2: If you are trekker then use this day for an early morning trek to a stunning water falls which is little above the Tosh village. Come back for a sun kissed breakfast. I had Kheerganga in my list so i started to Barshaini which is the starting point of the Kheer ganga trek. So its ideal to stay at Tosh before/after a trek to kheerganga. Amenities at camp: Food Tents Cafe Kitchen Clean washrooms And what not amazing sceneries around. An amazing one day backpacking experience which could carry lot of insane memories. Happy Trekking..
"It was a nice trip, I loved how beautiful that place was"
19 October 2020
We booked a round trip from Jagatsukh village, as we don't have too many public transport options these days (owning to covid). Though the price seemed a tad high, most of the price is for the commute and its actually a better option considering everything is sorted for you, just have to board the cab early in the morning About the trek and camp, the onward way was so beautiful, a look into the valley, the waterfalls and the mountains makes you forget all the physical strain. The guide (Sayyam) was a very amicable and friendly guy. Food deserves a special mention! The steaming hot food in the chill weather, right after the trek and the hot spring bath will feel like heaven. Yes, the trek it is easy as mentioned all over the internet and you will get through it. However, first timers should keep their expectations right. It's definitely demands quite a bit of persistence.
08 October 2020
My experience with Thrillophilia was amazing.Firstly We went to kasol and its just a beautiful place and on top of that we got very good camps there. The hosts are lovely people, very friendly.They guided us in best possible manner about trekking to kheerganga.We enjoyed so much while we were treking The views were amazing.. We had a guide trekker who took us on the trek. Overall it was a wonderful experience!!! Our sincerely thanks to Thrillophila. NICE TRIP,NICE PEOPLE,WANT TO PLAN AGAIN A TRIP WITH THRILLOPHILA
We recently went to Kasol and it was a wonderful trip. The place is so beautiful and alluring. The Kheerganga trek included in the trip was the best part. All the facilities provided on the trip were amazing, from rooms to meals, even the camping facility was great. Thanks Thrillophilia for the memorable trip.
05 January 2020
There is a lot to experience in this trek. We visited local villages, temples, hot springs and all of them are fun to visit. The group was amazing and we spent a lovely time around the bonfire and enjoying the music and dance and scary stories of the people. The trekking trail was really beautiful and worth experiencing. We would recommend this to all of our friends.
26 February 2020
I visited kheerganga twice and this time we did our booking from Thrillophilia and must say it was a best among them, the group we had is so familiar like we just felt going with the family. The bonfire was amazing and the best. The food there at the top is just fine but gave the vibe of the place so it was great.

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  1. What are the best places to visit near Kasol with friends?

    1. Kheerganga Trek: The lush greenery and the hot water springs with a small Lord Shiva temple nearby makes this trek an absolute delight. The snow-clad surrounding and the passage through the Pin-Parvati pass are amazing. 

    2. Tirthan Valley: An offbeat tourist site that allows camping as well as trekking enhances the magnificence of this well-preserved valley. Credited as a Heritage Site by UNESCO, this valley is a beauty waiting to be discovered with its serenity and roaring waterfalls. 

    3. Nature Park Kasol:  The tranquility offered by this Nature Park along the gushing Parvati River is mesmerizing. Chilling and having interesting conversations with friends while listening to the sweet melodies of nature is ideal.  

    4. Parvati River: Ideal for a lazy day of fishing with friends, the Parvati River exhibits a chilling calmness that strokes your soul serenely. The river originated from the ManTalai Glacier infuses into River Beas near the Kullu region.
  2. What are the romantic places to visit in Kasol?

    1. Malana: One of the most ancient and culturally isolated villages in the entirety of Himachal Pradesh. The villagers are extremely concerned with maintaining their purity and do not take kindly to foreigners touching their things without permission. 

    2. Kheer Ganga Peak: Weaved by the ancient mythological tales of Lord Shiva, the Kheer Ganga Peak will leave a lasting impression. Its ethereal beauty and the elegance of greenery surrounding this easy trek are massively popular among couples.

    3. Chalal village: This Israeli culture-inspired small quaint village has secured a place in the heart of travelers. The grand surroundings of greenery exude calmness, privacy, and majestic beauty like no other. 

    4. Manikaran Sahib: Attracting an immense number of pilgrims across the world, this ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is worshipped here in the form of a Shivalinga. The picturesque beauty and the hot water springs add to the charm of this place.
  3. What are the best activities to do in Kasol with discount upto 25% off?

    Here is the list of activities in Kasol.Click here to explore the complete list of all the exciting adventure.

    1) Kheerganga Trek With Camping at Flat 15% Off
    2) Adventure Camping at Flat 25% off 
    3) Fishing Experience In River Parvati, Kasol Flat 23% Off
    4) Riverside Camping In Kasol
  4. Which are the best treks available in Kasol under INR 1000?

  5. Where can I go for camping in Kasol with discounts upto 25% Off?

  6. What are the best resorts in Kasol to spend your weekend?

    Check out the list of some of the best resorts in Kasol for day outing starting from Rs 1300 only:

    1. Hotel Sandhya - Starting from INR 3,500
    2. Brick And Wood Cottages - Starting from INR 1,300
    3. The Himalayan Village  - Starting from INR 10,600
    4. Parvati Kuteer - Starting from INR 2,110-2,800
    5. Hotel Royal Palace -  Starting from INR 3,420
  7. Which are the best places to visit near Kasol within 100 Kms?

    There are many famous destinations around Kasol. Here is the list of best places to visit near Kasol:

    1.  Manali - 74 Km from Kasol
    2. Kheerganga - 22 Km from Kasol
    3. Malana - 22 Km from Kasol
    4. Bhuntar - 32 Km from Kasol
    5. Gulaba, Rohtang Pass - 95 km From Kasol
  8. Which is better Manali or Kasol?

    Both Manali and Kasol are scenic destinations and pure delights for adventure lovers. However, while choosing the best one amongst them, here are certain factors to consider – 

    Manali –

    - This is a suburban with many tourist attractions such as markers and monuments. Air travel is the most convenient way to reach this destination from any other Indian cities. People usually plan their visit to Manali during winters. Zorbing, quad bike riding, paragliding, and helicopter riding are winter activities. Monsoons can be blessing here to enjoy river rafting. 

    - Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Hadimba temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Vashisht Temple, Rahala Waterfalls, Jogini Waterfalls are some key attractions of Manali. 
    Manali has both hotels and homestay options for your accommodation. On average, you can expect a night stay to cost anything between 6000 to 8000.

    - Apart from all these, Manali has got some new food outlets to try. Manali restaurants serve you multi-regional cuisines – Chinese, Indian, Asian, French, and other International cuisine choices. 

    Kasol – 

    - As Kasol is just a few kilometers from Manali, you have the same transport options to move to and fro here. Kasol is best to explore during the summer months between April and May when the climate of Kasol remains pleasant. 

    - Manikaran Sahib, Parvati River, Chalal Village, Tosh Village are worthy of your visit here. Locals call this piece of land as trekkers paradise with trekking adventure mainly concentrated in and around Rasol and KheerGanga Pass. Kasol is also known for angling activity; however, you need legal permission to participate there. 

    - Kasol might disappoint you with its accommodation options as there are very few in and around it. Affordable stay places range between 1500 to 2500 INR per night. 
    Israeli cuisine of Kasol are well-known and amongst popular tourist food options. 

  9. What is famous in Kasol?

    Here’s what makes Kasol a famous tourist destination - 

    1. Kheer Ganga : 
    Kheer Ganga is a trekker favorite spot to polish their skills. You have two routes to trek here – Rudra Nag (Kalga – Pulga) and Nakhtan Village. Tosk, Manikaran, Kasol are some nearby attractions of Kheer Ganga. 

    2. Tosh Village – Parvati Hills, Himachal Pradesh : 
    This village stands at an elevation of 7900 feet. The topmost position offers some exclusive breath-taking views. Indian, Italian, and European style food is worthy of adoring here. 

    3. Adventure Camping – Bhuntar: 
    The camping expedition at Bhuntar is the best way to relax with an adventurous outing. Rappelling, rock climbing, kayaking, camping, rafting, swimming, and trekking are some things to enjoy here. 

    4. Parvati River – Parvati Hills, Himachal Pradesh: 
    Parvati valley is a tranquil trekkers point were the crisp mountain ranges offers you a lot of beautiful moments to capture. Israeli food is something worthy to try here. 

    5. Manikaran Sahib – Harihar Ghat, Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh: 
    This is a top-rated pilgrim site of Himachal Pradesh both for Sikhs and Hindus. Kasol, Kullu, Tosh, Malana, and Manali are some nearby attractions. 

  10. Why Kasol is Mini Israel?

    Here are the reasons why locals regard Kasol as Mini Israel – 

    1. You get a glimpse of Israel’s culture here – 
    Locals of Kasol are known for their lifestyle, services, and hospitality. Their dressing sense is modernized and trendy. The types of cuisines you get here reflect the real flavors from Israel.

    2. Kasol is blessed with natural beauty – 
    Kasol’s natural beauty is the reason which attracts a lot of people to visit this place. Both the greenery and the brilliant top views found here resembles Israel. Just like you get to see in Israel, the Himalayas are guarding the city from all four sides. 

    3. Kasol is a land for Israelis – 
    Last but not least, you’ll find ample trade and commerce activities here. Apart from this, a significant section of the local inhabitants here is Israelis. This is what imparts the authentic Israeli flavor and taste to the food habit and delicacies served here. 

  11. What is the best time to visit Kasol?

    October to June is the best time to plan your visit to Kasol. 

    1. Winters – 

    Temperature – 3 to 11 degrees 
    Period – October to February 
    Activities to enjoy – Kheer Ganga, Sar Pass, and Pin Parvati Pass trekking adventure

    2. Summers - 

    Temperature – 13 to 35 degrees 
    Period – March to June 
    Activities – Indrasan festival, summer hills festival, and electric Mahadev festival. 

    3. Monsoon - 

    Temperatures – 22 to 32 degrees
    Period – July to September 
    Activities – Sightseeing 

  12. How many days are enough for kasol?

    3 to 4 days are enough to seek a completely relaxing holiday in Kasol. 

  13. Is kasol good for the family?

    Yes, Kasol is suitable for a family visit. Here’s why do we think so - 

    1. Camping
    2. Stroll along Parvati River 
    3. Visit to Manikaran Sahib 
    4. Take a dip at the hot spring 
    5. Try on the Israeli flavors
    6. Enjoy at Kasol Street Shopping
    7. Relax at a riverside camping 
    8. Sip in a coffee at Moon Dance Café

  14. Which are the places to visit in Kasol in december?

    1. Café Hopping: Kasol is infested with aesthetic cafes that serve amazing cuisines and are famous for their lip-smacking cuisines, phenomenal ambiance and live music. During December, nothing would be better than looking at the falling snowflakes while sipping on cups of hot coffee at one of the quaint cafes.

    2. Parvati River: Being one of the major places to visit in Kasol, there is nothing more blissful than a leisurely walk down along the gorgeous Parvati River. At sunset, one can also sit by the riverside and bask in the afterglow lingering on the horizon.

    3. Manikaran: Nestled at the foothills of Himalayas, Manikaran is one of the gifted abodes which is famous for its Hot Water Springs. A dip in the bubbling hot waters of the spring will rejuvenate you and keep you warm in the chilly months of December.

    4. Tosh: Indulging in a trek to the Tosh Valley exposes the travelers to an unparalleled charisma. Due to incredible snowfall, the trekking trails usually remain covered with snow and offer an unforgettable experience.

    5. Kheer Ganga: Nestled at a height of about 2950 m, Kheer Ganga is one of the most well-known Kasol tourist places. During December, treading this Himalayan trail is no less than a delight to the trekkers’ eyes. Nature has also gifted this place with Hot Water Spring where travellers can take a dip to beat the bitter cold.
  15. What are the best places for shopping in Kasol?

    1. Flea Market: When in Kasol, a stroll to the local Flea Market will invoke the shopaholic in you. The place is lined with shops offering souvenirs like Rustic Jewellery, Woolen Clothes, Dream Catchers, Bags, T-shirts, Shoes, Aromatic Oils, and Carpets. It is always recommended to sharpen your bargaining skills to get the best deals.

    2. Kasol Wine House : 
    Considered to be a paradise for the wine connoisseurs, Kasol Wine House is a leading wine retailer in Kasol. Travellers who are looking forward to purchasing some Fruit Wines can head to this place.

    3. Psychedelic Painting Shop: 
    If you love paintings featuring lifelike colors and abstract swirling patterns, Psychedelic Painting Shop in Kasol is for you. Hone your bargaining skills and take a piece of this art back with you.

  16. Is Kasol safe to visit?

    Yes, Kasol is perfectly safe for all kinds of travelers. Beginning with couples to solo female travellers, Kasol welcomes everyone with open arms. People belonging to this place are very co-operative, hospitable and friendly. However, it is always recommended to take the necessary precautions and be extra careful to avoid any unwanted troubles.
  17. Which are the best waterfalls to visit near Kasol?

    1. Jana Waterfalls: Nestled in a remote Himalayan village, Jana Waterfalls cascades down in its fine rhythm and is one of the tranquil places to visit in Kasol. The trekking trails to the waterfall penetrates through the majestic Pine trees, beautiful Apple orchards, and snow-laden mountains. In the wake of growing tourism, this fall has evolved to be a popular picnic spot and requires a 2.5 hours journey from Kasol.

    2. Rudra Nag Waterfall: In the backdrop of lush greenery, Rudra Nag Falls gurgles down from the rocky hills and is a popular pit stop for the trekkers embarking on the trail to Kheer Ganga. The resonance of the trickling Rudra Nag Falls followed by the twittering of the birds has the power to calm any exhausted mind.

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