Kasol, also known as Mini Israel, is one of the most traveled destinations of the Kullu District in Himachal Pradesh. It’s also considered as Hippi Village of India, because in the beginning when Kasol was not much popular, it was the most favorite location for the Israelis and other foreign tourists who brought the Hippi lifestyle to the Valley, slowly It becomes the part of peoples lifestyle. Still today you will find so many foreign tourists in the region during summer.
Kasol comes under the Parvati Valley region, and there are so many beautiful locations to explore in the Parvati Valley, like Chalal, Grahan, Tosh, Kalga, Pulga, Manikaran Sahib Gurudawara, etc.
Here in this post, I am going to share some of my all-time Favorite shots/pictures of Kasol (Parvati Valley).
It’s the Kasol Marketplace where the bus/cab will drop you. Or from here you can book cabs for anywhere in the Valley. Here you can find shops for all of your necessities, like food, clothing, accessories, ATMs, travel booking agents, bakeries, etc. This is the main marketplace in the Parvati Valley.
This is the River Parvati just beside the Kasol Market. This is the best spot in Kasol to sit, relax and enjoy the sunset view.
This is Manikaran Sahib Gurudawara, and this steam is coming from the natural hot spring. This place is just around 3 to 4 km from Kasol.
Camping in Chalal: Kasol becomes very crowded, so instead of Kasol, peoples prefer to stay in the Chalal, which is just 2 to 3 Km from Kasol. Riverside camping in Chalal is very famous; if you are coming Kasol then you should definitely it.
This is the picture of Children playing cricket in the Choj Village, which is 3 to 4 Km from Kasol. Watching children playing cricket on the mountain can definitely take your memories back to your childhood days.
This is the picture of the Hot Spring pool in the Manikaran Sahib Gurudawara. Taking the bath in Hot Spring has a very different experience.
This the view of the Valley from the Manikaran Sahib Gurudawara. Around the Gurudawara, crows are very common.
Kasol is famous for its Brownies, so I also decided to try the brownie once I reach the Village Kalga.
The entire Parvati Valley is the home of artists, poets, and other creative personalities. That’s is why in many locations, you will find colors outside of the cafes, so anyone can write or draw whatever they want. Someone just wrote these beautiful lines on the wall of the place where I was staying.
This is the beautiful small village, Pulgi, which is just around 1 Km from Grahan Village. From here, trekkers start their journey for Sir Pass and Pin Parbati Pass trek.
There are three waterfalls in the Grahan; this is the second waterfall. You have to cross this branch bridge to reach the waterfall.
As I said, there are three waterfalls in the Grahan; this is the third and most beautiful waterfall among the three waterfalls in Grahan.
This is the trekking route from the Choj Village to the Kasol.
This is a small village, Grahan, where there are no mobile networks, big shops, ATMs, etc. if you need anything, you have to trek down all of the ways to the Kasol MarketPlace.
This is the Parchin Shiv Temple on the way to Malana from Jari. It’s halfway on the route of Malana.
This is the Waichin Valley, just 3 to 4 Km above Malana Village. This place is also known as Magic Valley, and trust me, this place’s beauty is really magical.
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