The mountains are calling? Hell yeah! However, many people are unaware of what they need to go if they visit the famous touristy or undiscovered destinations. Read on…
Kasol : A trip to a hill station is basically all about having some fun and adventure. And when it comes to Kasol, the place is full many trekking paths through the Parvati Valley defined as easy to difficult and dangerous. Also, the mouth-watering food and the many hippie cafes are a treat to visit!
Kheer Ganga : It lies at the extreme end of Parvati valley and the last inhibited village while trekking to pin valley via Pin-Parvati pass. Kheerganga’s panoramic skies and vast greenery are a much-needed delight to the trekker’s eyes and especially the tired legs. It is a holy place with a hot water spring, a small temple of Lord Shiva and a bathing tank. It makes a rare combination for any trekker to bath in hot spring water when everything is covered by snow.
Tosh : Treacherous roads, a hippie culture and some stunning sceneries – this is what makes up Tosh. This little village tucked in the Himachal offers on-going treakers pretty pastoral scenes and calming views. The architecture of wooden houses, with simple designs and bright colours also add a lot to the beauty of this pristine Himalayan village. The locals are friendly and the nights are all about the rave culture.
Manikaran : Located hardly 15 minutes from Kasol, Manikaran Gurudwara lies deftly on the banks of Parvati River. It serves as a major pilgrim center for Hindus and Sikhs.
Chalal : Chalal is a quaint little village close to Kasol, where one can appreciate the true beauty of the mountains and the original charm of a mountain village, with a grand view of snow-capped mountains and majestic pine trees. We suggest you to spend a night over here under the sky and by the river to have a majestic view of the stars.
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