A City Of Himachal. This small town in the foothills of the Himalayas is home to charming gabled houses, orchards,. Take time to explore the quaint town's surrounding forests of horse chestnut and Himalayan oak.

Kasol is an idyllic hill town in Himachal Pradesh that offers a picturesque setting along the Parvati River. Kasol is a prime adventure destination, and visitors can enjoy the scenery year-round. There's even skiing in the summer! You won't be disappointed. It's possible to get around the snow-covered mountains from Kasol! A quick visit to this quaint little town in Himachal Pradesh will give you a fresh new perspective on the Himachal landscape.This town is the gateway to Malana. This town has been made famous by scores of Israeli tourist who stay here for months even the street café serves the Israeli cuisine. The street shops also sell all the stuff particularly liked by these foreign tourist. There are ample of staying options at Kasol there are budget homestays as well some very good hotels (no five star). The street café make good coffee as well as serve the ubiquitous Chai.


Location of Manikaran : - Manikaran is located in the Parvati Valley on the river Parvati, about 4 km northeast of Kasol in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. At an altitude of 1760 m, Manikaran lies at a distance of 45 km from Kullu and 35 km from Bhuntar. It is a picturesque village where one can enjoy nature and experience the local culture. In the winter, the village turns into a ski resort with its picturesque ski slopes and sleigh-sled rides.

Specialty : - Tourists can enjoy the breathtaking views of the Himalayan range from Manikaran. Besides the local cuisine, Manikaran also boasts of a beautiful mountain backdrop. A visit to this city is not complete without a visit to the holy shrine of Lord Shiva The most important partis there is also a Sikh Gurudwara dedicated to Guru Nanak who visited this place, The Gurudwara has a community kitchen and residential facility for the devotees. In addition, a trip to this holy site will help revive your spirit and mind. You can enjoy the hot springs here or even cook rice in muslin bags the community kitchen of the Sikh temple at Manikaran cooks its entire menu in the hot geysers of Manikaran. The town of Manikaran is the perfect place to spend a day. The region's scenic beauty and tranquility will make your stay in this area one to remember.

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