Friend if u are interested in adventure thn there are many places around or near kasol to visit. 1)kheerganga trek 2)tosh village 3)parvati river
4)malana village, very decent place fr camping if ur intersted. 5)holy manikaran gurudwara for some sprituality in trip. and there are many other places too. if u are kind of smoker thn try maal(weed)@kasool.bt remember it is injurious to health. hope this will help u. fr more text me @firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey , go kasol , Manikaran is 1km from kasol market , Malana is village near to kasol , tosh is quite far , mostly people like to go kasol , Manikaran and kheer Ganga track .
If you want to explore go to Manali , kasol , Manikaran ... or just go kasol enjoy cafes , beautiful view , river , and visit Manikaran gurudwara... kasol is superb hippie place .
Kosal is beautiful place and there are small hikes you can do like
Chalal-rasol-gaur-choj valley hike
Kheerganga trek-hot spring is there
And cafe are awesome and enjoy your evening in kasol. Mabikaran.. Hot spring is there in manikaran... Enjoy the bath
Rafting is there.... You can easily spend 10 days there..
1.Chalal trek in the morning,(30 mins from kasol main market)
2.roam around kasol market and bakery shop
3.nature park at kasol,
4.Kalga (45mins uphill stiff trek from barsaini) stay overnight
5.Pulga (1 n half hour trek from barsaini)stay overnight
6.fairy forest trek (15 mins trek through forest)
7.visit tosh (15mins by cab from barsaini)suggested to stay 2 nights.
8.trek to waterfall (small trek in tosh)
Hi kartik , 1- Kheerganga - If you are a beginner it's a moderate trek for you , you can start from barshaini for a 14 km trek whick takes around 6-7 hours, would recommend 1 day for travelling 1 day staying there and 3rd day come back to kasol.
2- Malana - The Village is guarded by towering peaks is certainly not easy to climb and one has to complete the Malana Trek after traversing the Malana Nallah that flows right across the Parvati Valley.
Malana Village doesn’t follow Indian judicial system. The primary source of income for Malanese is Hashish. Malana is known for the production of finest quality of Hashish in the World. Photography and videography are strictly prohibited in most of the places in the village area. You can’t even touch the houses there without their consent. Kasol is 21 km far from Malana Village Trek starting point, which shouldn't take more than 1 hour to cover. 3- Kalga - Pulga - Tulga - All three are accessible only by foot and visitors wishing to make a trip to these villages have no other option other than making an uphill trek of 2-3 kilometres each. If your schedule permits, then I would suggest you to mark 3 full days on your calendar for this trip. One day for each village. You should begin your trip with Pulga, move to Tulga and spend the last night in Kalga. However, if you face paucity of time it can also be done in 2 full days and an overnight stay in one of the villages. I had to be content with the latter as I had only scheduled two days my calendar for them. 4- Tosh is a sleepy village in the Parvati Valley where nature flourishes its best. Some 22 km from Kasol, the Kasol to Tosh trek can be taken up from Barshaini, the trek distance is around 8 KMS. Take a bus to Barshaini from Kasol. From Barshaini trek all the way to Pulga and further to Tosh. 5- Chalal- Connected by a narrow cable bridge from Kasol, Chalal is rather a quiet destination mostly preferred by nature lovers. Trek distance is 2.5 KMS. 6- Rasol- 3-4 hours of a hike from Kasol takes you to Rasol – another charming village in the heart of Parvati Valley. 30 minutes from Kasol lies Chalal, which also acts as the base for Rasol. Trek distance is 8 KMS, would take around 4-5 hours. 7- Local kasol- one can also visit the cafes around kasol and would recommend staying at some homestay across the Parvati river just about 1 km ahead of kasol city, one could visit manikaran. I have been to kasol multiple times, any queries do holler... happy tripping... 🚗 😀
Hi Karik, Best places to visit in Kasol encircles 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 attractions 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.