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Kasol, also known as India’s mini Israel, is a laid back getaway in Himachal Pradesh. This blog lists the best places to visit in Kasol.

Kasol is a small, quiet and easygoing town situated in the Himalayas and a great escape from the stress of this chaotic life. It is an ideal destination for a weekend getaway for the ones who love snow. 

Best Places to Visit in Kasol are 

Parvati River

River Parvati is one of the best places to visit in Kasol, its banks are full of amazing views of the valley and the flora and fauna around it makes it even more beautiful. Camping at Kasol, especially by the River Parvati is the most relaxing and rejuvenating experience in Kasol. 

Manikaran Sahib

Manikaran Sahib is situated between the rivers Beas and Parvati. Manikaran Sahib is a Gurudwara which is visited by devotees all year round. It is famous for a hot spring located within the premise of the Gurudwara the belief around the Hot Spring is that taking a dip in this holy water washes away their sins. 


Malana is one the oldest villages near Kasol and in the Kasol Valley region.  Malana is famous for its distinct culture and the temple of Jamlu Devta. The residents of Malana consider themselves to be descendants of Alexander the Great and hence the village is often referred as ‘Little Greece of India’.

Kheer Ganga 

Kheer Ganga is peak near Kasol, the trek up to Kheer Ganga from Kasol is easy, at the end of the trek when one reaches Kheer Ganga they are greeted by hot springs and one of a kind views.


Tosh is a village near Kasol and showcases tasteful Israeli and European influence. The village of Tosh is filled with numerous cafes and unique architecture. The ambience of Tosh is perfect for relaxing. Tosh is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, and all the natural beauty one can ask for.

Chhalal Village

Chhalal Village is perched at an elevation of 5366 feet above sea level and is located on the banks of the River Parvati, like Tosh, Chhalal also has unique cafes, and one can try out some of the best Israeli cuisines at this village.


Kullu is located more or less 50 km away from Kasol. Kullu has a number of sightseeing places, temples, historical places, rivers and much more. One can also take part in adventurous activities like trekking, yak safari and river rafting. The blend of places to visit and thing to do at Kullu makes it a perfect getaway spot away when visiting Kasol.


Manali, the twin of Kullu is at an elevation of  more than 6500 feet above sea level, it is around 80 km away from Kasol. Manali is an iconic tourist destination, it has lots of scenic beauty; renowned for its snow-clad mountains as well as many activities for tourists. Manali is also close to Rohtang Pass (51 km), a high mountain pass mostly covered with snow. 


Bhuntar is a small laid-back town located 30 km from Kasol. Bhuntar is filled with lush tall trees, dense mossy forest floor and beautiful Waterfalls.


Naggar village is a lesser known village in Kasol. It has temples, military structures and museums making it one of the best places to visit Kasol. One should explore Naggar village to experience the rural beauty of this village. The culture of this village, International Roerich memorial trust, Naggar castle and Gauri Shankar temple make this place worth visiting.

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