"Kasol is a paradise where all the birds with backpacking feathers will fly down to".
Kasol is a small village situated in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh at an elevation of 1580 meters. It is located at a distance of 13kms from Barsheni, 30kms from Bhuntar, 76kms from Manali and around 500kms from Delhi. Kasol is a well connected village and has one bus stop from where many local buses leave for nearby places like Manali, Kullu, Barsheni, Bhuntar, Delhi and Chandigarh.
Kasol is known for its picturesque landscapes and rich culture. This place always finds itself in traveler’s list, especially those who are looking for peace as well as adventure. The villages and beautiful sights of Parvati Valley will make your Kasol trip blissful so much so that would never want to leave this place, as it will take you closer to nature. There’s so much to absorb in the valleys of Kasol that you can’t get enough.
Kasol is often known as "Mini Israel of India" because of the high percentage of Israeli tourists here which can also be sensed in the culture of Kasol and specially their food.
Situated at an elevation of 1580 meters, Kasol remains cold throughout the year and is favourable to visit anytime of the year but is mostly famous for its Winter ( November to February) and Spring season (May to September) because of the scenic beauty it serves when it snows and turns to lush green during spring.