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Delhi to Kasol - A Himalayan Adventure

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Frequently used route

Delhi – Chandigarh – Mandi – Bhuntar – Kasol

520 km

10 hrs 50 mins


Enchanting Pit Stops

The well-planned city with beautiful gardens


Known as 'Choti Kashi', filled with temples


A gateway to the Parvati Valley


Famous for its temples and majestic hills


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Famous for its parathas and butter

Sukhdev Dhaba, Murthal

A traditional Punjabi culinary experience

Haveli, Chandigarh

Popular for its Israeli and Indian cuisine

Evergreen Café, Kasol

Grab a Bite


In Kasol, where the Parvati River flows, Amidst the pines, a peaceful repose. A haven for trekkers, nature's own land, In this mountain village, wonders stand.

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Perfect for a serene riverside walk

Parvati River

A sacred pilgrimage site with hot springs

Manikaran Sahib

Known for its picturesque landscapes

Tosh Village

A unique, ancient village with its own culture


Places to visit in and around Kasol

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The Himalayan Village – Known for its Himachali cuisine. Bhoj Café – Offers a variety of local and international dishes. Moon Dance Café – Great for breakfast and coffee.

Places to eat in Kasol

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Chalal Trek Trail

Hidden Gem Alert

A lesser-known path with scenic beauty

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Little Greece in India


Malana is an ancient village in Himachal Pradesh, nestled in the Kullu valley. There are several theories as to how the village came to be. But a lesser-known fact is that the villagers believe they are direct descendants of “Alexander the Great,” which leads them to think “Aryan blood” flows through their veins. Read on to know more about this mysterious little hamlet and the secrets it holds.

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