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A village known for the plantations of marijuana, this is a smooth trek and a place of immense natural beauty. The small village is quite vibrant and populated and is just near another village of great beauty known as Kasol. Even in the Tosh Village you will find the mighty Parvati River flowing the same way as in Kasol. While Kasol is a little hike, Tosh is extremely easy and can be chosen by anyone. Another good part is that you do not need to carry much when you come here as you will find a number of homestays and very good food here. As you stand on one of the raised hillocks over here, you get a perfect view of the surrounding green valleys and the roofs of the village houses. There is also a large temple in Tosh.
Hilltop Guest House
After a beautiful, late night in Tosh we woke up the next morning feeling refreshed and ready for another day of exploring. I had some eggs and toast from the cafe and we set off on our way back down the hill to meet our cab driver. We drove back to Kasol and once we arrived we set out a small trek to explore some more of Kasol. We found a cafe to have some lunch and then went down to the edge of the rocks on the river. I took off my shoes and dipped my feet into the ice cold Parvati River which is a feeling everyone must experience at least once in their life!
Further up from Manikaran, as the white and green, Himachal Road Transport bus dwindles you reach Bharsaini (where NTPC hydropower project is ongoing). From here either trek or take a cab (costs 300 bucks) to the village of Tosh. Explore the village by foot, hike wherever you can lay your eyes on and immerse yourself in the serenity of this little hamlet.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit Tosh is from March to June