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.

Things To Do in Parvati Valley

Walk along the Parvati River, Visit Manikaran Sahib, Trek to Kheer Ganga, Experience Hot Spring at Manikaran, Visit Chalal, Tosh Valley Trek, Explore Malana Village, Binge on Israeli Cuisine, and more.

If you are looking for
things to do in Parvati valley, then you will be spoilt for choice because of the number of unique activities you can enjoy in this gorgeous place. To start with, it is a trekker’s paradise, because of the many unique trekking trails such as Tirthan Valley and Pin Parvati valley trek that can take you to popular viewpoints and hidden natural treasures in the area. Parvati Valley is also home to a unique culture and an exciting activity consists of visiting places such as Malana, Chalal Village and the Parvati Shangri-La Festival to experience this place like a local.

There is no dearth of adventure options as well if you’re wondering what to do in Parvati Valley, Apart from trekking you can also try your hand at camping, river rafting and rappelling in the many rivers and rivulets that flow through the valley.  It is a place that is brimming with natural attractions such as caves that are worth exploring, and hot springs where you can unwind and relax, all of which come together for a truly memorable vacation in Parvati Valley.

Here is a list of things to do in Parvati Valley:


Walk along the Parvati River

Walk along the Parvati River

Unlike the loud and voracious water of the Beas River, the Parvati River gives you a mesmerizing view of the lovely Parvati Valley and the neighboring forests on both sides, with pine trees towering high above them. During the monsoon seasons, the waters here lead to a steep gradient from where the water gushes rapidly to form rapids that would send any avid rafter and water sports enthusiast running for his kayak.

To get through to the other side of the river, you need to cross a rickety old wooden bridge, which in itself is a thrill of sorts. Enjoy the sights of this beautiful aquatic pride of Himachal Pradesh as you relax on one of the high boulders on the banks of the river and simply take in the views. 


Visit Manikaran Sahib

Visit Manikaran Sahib
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About the activity: Yet another destination marking its place in the list of serene lands is, Manikaran. Settled in the Parvati Valley, at an altitude of 1760 m, this lovely town attracts visitors from all the divisions. Manikaran Sahib the Sikh pilgrimage, is a site with tremendous religious significance and is visited by devotees from all over the region. Furthermore, the suburbs of this picturesque destination are divine and, excellent for harmony dwellers.

Location: The exact address of Manikaran Sahib is Hari Har Ghat, Manikaran Road, Distt. Kullu, Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh 175105.

Timings: It is open all the time, from sunset to sunrise.

Entry fees: There is no entrance fee for Gurudwara.

Trek to Kheer Ganga

Trek to Kheer Ganga
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If you are seeking for some adventure and thrill, then trekking at Kheer Ganga is one of the most awesome things to do in Kullu. Situated in the Parvati valley, this place is endowed with a fascinating landscape making it a perfect destination for trekking. 

After this tiresome yet adventurous journey, one can experience the relaxing natural hot water springs here. Kheer Ganga is also a pilgrimage hub. It is said that Karthik, the son of Lord Shiva meditated at this pristine place for approximately a thousand years. The place is open to visitors for only seven months a year and proffers comfortable accommodation facilities.


Experience Hot Spring at Manikaran

Experience Hot Spring at Manikaran
One of the most exciting things to do in Parvati Valley is visiting the holy Gurudwara and experiencing the hot spring at Manikaran. The water of this spring is considered extremely holy, especially by the Sikh community and devotees from all over the country visit this place for a holy dip.

The food of the “Langar” or the Sikh Community Kitchen, is cooked with the hot water of this spring. The hot spring is enriched with minerals and contains amazing medicinal powers as well.

Location: Hari Har Ghat, Manikaran Road, Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh.

Visit Chalal Village

Visit Chalal Village
While wondering what to do in Parvati Valley, you can make your way to Chalal village which can turn into an incredible adventure. The activities, sights and nature views that you can enjoy in the rustic and quaint village of Chalal are one of the best things to do in Parvati Valley.

A breathtaking 30km-long trek brings you to this village, which is the perfect place to soak in the local culture and even enjoy some parties. The food is delicious and typically spicy middle-eastern food to spice up your mood with the misty ambience of the place. You must try the falafel, hummus and the pita bread here. This place is also considered as the base for the hike to Rasol.

Location: Chalal, Himachal Pradesh, 175105.
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Tosh Valley Trek 2020, Himachal | Book @ ₹1280 Only!
  • 2D/1N
  • Kasol
  • 2D/1N
₹2,237 ₹1,280

Starting time of the trek: 10:00 AM on day 1

End time of the trek: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM on day 2

Camping Location: Tosh Village, Himachal Pradesh

Indulge your visual senses as you take on the Tosh valley trek, a trail that will take you across the periphery of the mighty Himalayas. A village at the end of the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Tosh is situated at a height of 7,874ft and leads to the beautiful Pin Parvati Pass. The Tosh River here is an offshoot of the Parvati River, which suckles into the main river at Pulga. An amazing point to note here is that the valley of Tosh is actually home to a tributary of the river Parvati, which also goes by the name River Tosh. This means that as soon as you arrive at a point after the trek to Tosh, where a smaller river stream is feeding its waters into the grand Parvati Valley, you have arrived at the beginning point of Tosh Valley.

Quick Facts:

Temperature Range:
The average temperature here ranges between 2°C and 7°C and dips below the freezing point in winters.

Tosh Valley Trekking distance: 6 km

Tosh Trek Difficulty Level: Easy 

Starting and Ending Point:
 Barshaini, Kullu

Best time to visit Tosh Valley: April to October would be the best time, though pleasant weather can be seen throughout the year. November to February would be a good time to see snow and experience freezing cold.

How to reach the campsite?

You have to report at Barshaini which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 22 km from Kasol. Many local transports and private cabs are available from Kasol to reach Barshaini.

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Explore Malana Village

Explore Malana Village
Exploring the ancient Indian village of Malana is one of the most unique things to do in Parvati Valley because of its colourful culture and scenic natural beauty. Situated parallel to the Parvati Valley, this recluse village is still untouched by modernisation and maintains its own social structure, rituals and customs.

The village is rich in cannabis plantations and is famous for its ‘Manala Cream’ which is obtained from the cannabis plant. While this is an important draw for tourists to this village, it is also a place that is serene and surrounded by lakes, mountains and forests that make it a perfect retreat for travellers.

Location: The Malana Village is situated at a height of 2,652 metres, on a remote plateau by the side of the Malana River.

Binge on Israeli Cuisine

Binge on Israeli Cuisine

Imagine viewing the beautiful Himalayas and the other snow-capped mountains as you binge eat shakshouka, lemon cakes and other types of exotic Israeli cuisine. There is a reason that Kasol is known as the mini Israel of India.

From the quaint cafes to the loud street food in the area, Kasol offers you a golden chance to dine on amazing food and have a great conversation about the weather. Visit the ‘Turquiose Kasol’ and ‘The Evergreen’ for amazing cuisine that will have you weak in the knees. Enjoy desserts like ‘Hello to the queen’ and ‘Hello to the king’ whilst you are at the Evergreen restaurant and café.

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Trek to Great Himalayan National Park

Trek to Great Himalayan National Park
The Great Himalayan National Park is situated in the Kullu District and trekking there is one of the most interesting things to do in Parvati Valley. The park was established in 1984 and is now home to innumerable flowering plants and over 375 different species of animals and birds.

The trek route through the National Park is known as the Tirath Valley Trek. The terrain is moderate to advanced, and it takes a total of seven days to complete the route. The total distance covered by the trek route is approximately 76km and needless to say, it is quite an adrenaline rush for adventure-seekers and travellers.

Location: Forest Office Road, Shamshi, Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh, 175126.

Enjoy the Parvati Shangri-La Festival

Enjoy the Parvati Shangri-La Festival
Unmistakably one of the most enjoyable things to do in Parvati valley is letting your hair down and dancing the time away at the famous Parvati Shangri-La festival. The festival boasts of well-crafted playlists and internationally renowned DJ’s, a conglomeration of music, art and culture and other interesting events like Laser Shows, firework displays, flea markets, camping activities, yoga and ayurvedic sessions and of course, an incredible spread of local food and beverages.

Location: Sky Haven, Katagla, Kasol, Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh 175126.
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Trek to Rudranag with a Guide
  • 8H
  • 8H
₹2,050 ₹1,600

About the Activity:

  •  Delight in this amazing trekking expedition to to Rudranag, from Pulga, that enables you to enjoy the wild natural beauty of this region.
  • Trek through beautiful lush-green thickets – rivet in this amazing trek that provides you with ample natural beauty.
  • This is a great opportunity for naturalist and wildlife lovers as this trek provides you with frequent spotting of rare and beautiful wildlife species.
  • Enjoy the various stop overs and dhabas near Rudra waterfall which provides delicious food and different cuisines.

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12 Days 11 Nights Pin Parvati Pass Trekking
  • 12D/11N
  • Manali
  • 12D/11N
About the Activity:
  • Head out for this exciting Himalayan trekking tour and make your vacation an adventurous one along with your friends.
  • Start your tour after reaching Manali and for the Barsheni Village while soaking in the beauty of the region.
  • Continue trekking from Rudranath while enjoying the view of River Parvati. Pass the trails covered with thick jungles and walk up to a tending pastureland where Khirganga. 
  • Trek to  Tunda-Bhuj while enjoying the chirping of the birds as you trek. Reach Tunda-Bhuj situated at an altitude of 10,500 ft.
  • Continue trekking to  Thakur Kuan and pass through the rocks, streams and inclined rocky meadow land.Reach the Thakur Kuan situated at an altitude of 11,000ft.
  • Trek to Mantalai and cross the terrain region and across the multiple streams coming in your way. Marvel at the sight of the amazing Parvati River before reaching 13400 ft high Mantalai.
  • Leave behind the majestic Mantalai Lake and climb the trails that lead to your basecamp. 
  • Continue your trek to Spiti Valley and climb through the glacier, the rocky facade and the dense forest lanes.
  • Witness the ranges of Dibibokri and Kulu Makalu which looks very fascinating and eye catchy as it is covered by large mountains and ice.
  • Proceed trekking end to end to Pin Parvati Valley and then reach the small charming community where you can take a gamble around the small township.
  • Also, visit Gompa region then trek through Rampur pass and reach the Wichkurung Thatch.
  • Continue trekking to Mud Village and then drive from Mud to Kaza while exploring the beauty of the region.
  • Conclude your tour after reaching Manali from Kaza and then for your return journey.
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Riverside Camping in Kasol | Book Online @ Flat 37% off
  • 2D/1N
  • Kasol
  • 2D/1N
₹1,259 ₹789
Camping Location: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, India
Check-in time: 10:00 AM 
Check-out time: 09:00 AM 

Kasol has emerged out to be the crowd's favourite escape into the Himalayas. Nestled in the lap of the brilliant and quaint Parvati Valley of the favourite vacationing state of Himachal Pradesh, Kasol is famous for the unmatched green beauty of the region. This tour takes you on a trekking and camping expedition in the very best of Kasol. The camp is located next to the river, making the experience all the more quaint and tranquil. Go for a short trek to the Chalal which is also known as the little Amsterdam of Kasol the overall experience becomes one of extreme brilliance.

About the Riverside Camping In Kasol:

- Begin your Kasol riverside camping experience by arriving early in the campsite and post breakfast, start on the trek to the amazing and quiet Chalal.
- Spend some time in the town by the river. This place is famous for crazy parties that are organized here.
- Trek back to the campsite and enjoy around a bonfire as the river roars past the campsite.
- Have your dinner in the woods and under the stars before you settle in for the night of your camping experience.
- In the morning, check out of from the camp to bring the trip to an end.

How to reach the campsite:
The Kasol riverside camp is around 3 km from Kasol bus stand. You can board a private or public transport to reach the campsite.

: It is available in two variants.
1. Camping with Attached Washrooms and meals(Quad Sharing)
2. Camping with Common Washrooms and meals(Double Sharing)
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Chill at Hype Music Festival

Chill at Hype Music Festival
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A package that brings together a variety of fun experiences for you, Hype Music Festival in Kasol is one of the most popular events held here. Apart from a matchless selection of musical performances by globally renowned DJs, you can look forward to immersing your senses in barbeque, bonfire, and other fun activities.

The trippy decoration and light effects help to enhance the vibes created by the psychedelic tunes and beats. This amalgamation of festivities with the cool atmosphere of the hills creates an unforgettable experience, making it one of the most enjoyable things to do in Kasol.

Location: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Go Shopping on the Streets of Kasol

Go Shopping on the Streets of Kasol

Whenever we hit any new destination, the first thing we think of is what to buy from there so we take it all back as souvenirs of our time there. And believe it right away that Kasol is an amazing place to add some of the best collectibles to add to your house, memories, and even your wardrobe. 

Many markets in Kasol, especially the one at Bhuntar are a great place to include on your list of places to go when the shopping bug bites. Collect semi-precious stones, t-shirts, woolens, aromatic oils and sheets, rugs, carpets and much more to add to your pile from Kasol, so when you go back, you will know that there is some part of Kasol still with you.

 Bhuntar Bazaar Rd, Sainik Chowk, Bhuntar, 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"
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.
27 January 2020
This trek was awesome I visited here with my friends and we all amazed to see the beauty this place. It was amazingly beautiful , The challal place in kasol near the river was just lovely. Weather was also perfect at our day, and the food was also good. We enjoyed the music near the bonfire. Completely amazing experience. Highly recommended.

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  1. What are the best adventure activities to do in Parvati Valley?

    If you want to know what to do in Parvati Valley, you should know that this place boasts of innumerable adventure activities that you can enjoy, and it is a trekker’s paradise. Here are some amazing activities you can enjoy here:

    1. Trekking: Naturally, the most exciting adventure activity in this mountainous region is trekking and there are many famous treks you can sign up for. Some popular treks include Tirthan Valley Trek, Mantalai Lake Trek, Tosh Valley Trek, etc.

    2. River Rafting: One of the more thrilling adventurous things to do in Parvati Valley is river rafting. There are several rivers in the region, and you can go river rafting in places like Kasol, Parvati River, Kullu Manali, etc.

    3. Rappelling: Rappelling is a great way to take advantage of the rocky landscape in Parvati Valley. You can climb the mountain faces in Kullu, Manali and Kasol if you want to enjoy rappelling in Parvati Valley.
  2. What are the best treks in Parvati Valley?

    Parvati Valley is ideal for trekking and there are a number of great treks you can take at various levels of expertise. Here are some of the more popular ones:

    1. Tirthan Valley Trek: The Tirthan Valley trek is one of the unmissable things to do in Parvati valley. The route goes along the fresh river Tirthan and you can enjoy splendid views of the Himalayas during this trek.

    2. Chandrakhani Pass Trek: The Chandrakhani Pass Trek originates from the picturesque Naggar settlement which is approximately 21km from Manali. The entire trek is dotted with lush green mountain forests and you can also view the majestic Pir Panjal Peaks, Deo Tibba and the Parbati mountains.

    3. Pin Parvati Valley Trek: The Pin Parvati Valley Trek is one of the more challenging things to do in Parvati valley. Starting at the base camp of Kaza, this trek route covers a difficult terrain at an elevation of 17,457 feet. The trek is 12 days-long and takes you to some incredible viewpoints along the way.
  3. What are the best places for camping in Parvati Valley?

    A list of what to do in Parvati Valley is incomplete without a camping trip. Here are some of the places for camping in this region:

    1. Parvati Wood Camps: The Parvati Wood camps are situated on the Manikaran Road in Kasol, which offers various amenities like the bonfires and music, a restaurant, parking, power sockets and heating facilities. It is also one of the more affordable camps that can be enjoyed by those who have never camped before as well.
    Price: Starting from INR 500 per person.

    2. The Orchard Camps: The Orchard camps are situated at a 5-minutes-walking distance from the main market in Kasol. The Orchard camps are trendy and chic camps, with amenities like hot spring bath, garden and enthralling view of the surrounding mountain ranges. Camping at Orchard camps is one of the most popular things to do in Parvati valley for the youth who travel in this region.
    Price: Starting from INR 2,000 per person.

    3. The Jalpa Camps: The Jalpa Camps are situated in Choj, 2km from Kasol city centre. If you want an authentic taste of the authentic hippie culture of this region, then this is the place to go camping.

    With bright colourful tents and delicious, home-made delicacies this camp is like no other, with additional amenities such as an outdoor dining area, a pet-friendly environment and safe deposit boxes. The camp also organizes other exciting outdoor activities like the walking tours, the bike tours, cycling, fishing and hiking.
    Price: Starting INR 800 per person.
  4. What is the best time to visit Parvati Valley?

    The best time to visit Parvati Valley is during the months of April, May, October and November. This is the time when the temperature remains pleasant during the day and cool during the night and you can avoid heavy rainfall or the extreme winter cold.

    Summer season occurs between March and June with the temperature varying between 22 degrees Celsius to 37 degrees Celsius. The days experience bright sunshine with cool and pleasant nights. Since Kasol is a mountainous region, the climate is most pleasant during this time of the year and is the best time to visit the valleys to enjoy trekking and hiking.

    Monsoon lasts between July and September with the temperature varying between 15 degrees Celsius to 25 Degrees Celsius. During this time, Parvati Valley experiences occasional thunderstorms and heavy showers.

    Winter time occurs between December and February with the temperature varying between 0 degrees Celsius to 15 degrees Celsius. The days are usually cold and dry and the nights are extremely chilly.
  5. Is Parvati Valley safe?

    Yes, the Parvati valley is absolutely safe for all the trekkers, provided everyone follows the rules and the guidelines strictly. It is a beautiful place to visit and is frequented by tourists from all over the world who come to experience the unique culture, the multitude of adventure activities and the beautiful, scenic views of the Himalayan Ranges.
  6. What is Parvati Valley famous for?

    Parvati Valley is known to all as the remnant of the Hippie trail in India. Parvati Valley is home to flowering valleys, prominent tourist towns like Manali and Kasol, a unique amalgamation of Indian and Tibetan heritage and its picturesque mountainous terrain. Himachal Pradesh is also famous for its reputation in mild narcotics and Parvati Valley along with the village of Malana are most prominently known for the same.

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