KASOL: Explore the mini Israel of India
3 years ago
Kasol, a hill station on the banks of river Parvati in Kullu District, is a place for adventure lovers and peace seekers. Situated between the Bhuntar and Manikaran, this small village is yet to explore by travelers like any other hill station of Himachal Pradesh. It is called as Mini Israel of India as half of the population residing here are Israelis who came here and never returned back. That’s why the culture of Kasol is vibrant and one can have a glimpse of Himachali, Israeli and German culture in their food and languages.
Kasol is getting popularity because of its adrenaline-rushing adventurous trekking along the river Parvati, Kheerganga, Manikaran, and Malana. Get the panoramic and picturesque views of mighty snowy mountains, waterfalls, waters of the Parvati river, blue sky and cafes while trekking to the Kheerganga and Malana. Malana is famous for its cultivation of Malana cream.
It’s a place where a traveller can experience thrilling adventure activities or can just lay back and unwind in the lap of nature as this offbeat destination has a lot to offer. The music festival at the end of the year attracts most tourists from all over.
Reaching Kasol is easy as it is accessible through Rail, Road, and Airways. The nearest Airport and Railway station are Bhuntar Airport and Joginder Nagar railway station respectively. Kasol can be explored at any time of the year as it has a pleasant climate all around the year.