Spread along the beautiful Parvati River with mountains all around, Kasol is the main explorer hang-out in the valley. It's a little town however nearly overwhelm with reggae bars, bread kitchens and modest guesthouses obliging an enormous hiker swarm, these days including developing quantities of Indians.
Reasons why you should join the Parvati Valley trek
1.Stunningly Amazing Trek
Secured by the forceful mountains and touched by the Parvati river, the trek can be named an "easy to moderate" trek. The serenity of these mountains which are thickly secured by herbs and bushes and thunder of the immaculate waterway joined together make a vibe of a pristine wilderness. The abundance of waterfalls, the little towns, and smiling individuals, the uncluttered way of life, and living "one with nature" feeling that one gets while trekking through the valley is unique.
The minute you reach Barsheni, everything is very reasonable. The drive is free of cost as you have no other choice however to walk. The stay is modest as the close-by towns have wooden home-stays where the hosts cook food and other essential amenities are accessible, for example, power and internet.
One can remain in one of these three towns viz. Kalga, Pulga, and Tulga. Tosh is close by, and staying there is likewise very reasonable.
3.Unexploited by Tourism
The trek is unexploited by the travel industry. The reasons can be many. One that this spot isn't legitimately associated with any large urban communities. One needs to change a couple of transports to arrive. Train and flight choices are unimaginable. Another explanation can be the length of the trek, which is 14km and now and again can be intense in the mountains. Consequently, the spot is modest, the way of life and nature is unexploited, and the disconnection makes space for one to drench themselves with the environment.
4.The Natural Hot Water Spring
Imagine trekking for 4-5 hours in the unpleasant mountains to be invited by the hot water spring on the highest point of the mountain encompassed by a lot more mountains thickly secured by mists and topped by snow. Indeed, this is how the final destination invites you after all your hard work.
Day 1: Kasol | Chalal | Cafe Hopping
Leave from Delhi at 06:30 PM on Day 0. Reach Kasol before breakfast. Absorb the harmony and excellence of Parvati Valley. You can stroll around the Kasol market, and try local cuisines at the neighborhood Hippie Cafe's, or simply unwind by the spouting Parvati River. At night, go for a climb to Chalal town and get some fantastic views of Parvati Valley. Chill at the bistro's in Kasol and come back to the hotel for an early night. Chill at the bistro's in Kasol and go back to the hotel for the first night.
Day 2: Malana Day Hike
The next morning has tasty breakfast and proceeds to Malana, which is the most delightful town in the Parvati Valley, arranged at around 20 km from Kasol. This trek takes you to the scenes, old villages, mountain valleys and on the top, snow-capped heaps of 'Chandrakhani' and 'Deo Tibba'. Invest some tranquil energy in the town. Return to Kasol by night. Have dinner & sleep at the camps.
Day 3: Kheerganga Trek | Camping
After breakfast, head to the starting point of the trek - Barsheni. Trek for 12 km along the Parvati Valley, crossing various cascades and recognizing some stunning perspectives. Reach Kheerganga and unwind at the blaze at the campground. Have dinner & sleep well at the camps.
Day 4: Tosh Village Trek
Descend to Barsheni. Drive to Tosh town. Climb through the town to arrive at the Guest House. Have dinner and Bonfire & enjoy the sky view loaded with billion stars.
Day 5: Departure
Hike to the nearby waterfall. Sit, relax and enjoy the beauty of the majestic Himalaya. Start trekking down to reach to arrive at Kasol. By evening, leave for Delhi with some fantastic memories of the trip. Reach Delhi next morning.
The Parvati Valley circuit is the ideal mix to quiet a disturbed soul. The fresh mountain air, combined with the heavenly Israeli nourishment, with the smell of consuming the generally unpolluted air, make up the alleged "Amsterdam of India." Before you make any assumptions about the flower child heaven, you should back off and appreciate the moderate pace of life in one of the loveliest Himalayan Valleys in India.
Travel as per the itinerary.
2 nights in hotel in Kasol, 1 night at Kheerganga, 1 night in hotel/guest house at Tosh on triple/quad sharing basis.
All meals excluding lunch
Team leader throughout the trip.
Driver ‘s night charges’, toll tax, parking charges.
GST (5%) is applicable
Any other Food and Beverage charge
Any additional cost involved due to any kind of natural calamity forced circumstances that are out of our control.
Tips, entrance fees, etc.
Anything else that not mentioned in the inclusions.
Chill by the riverside in Kasol
Submerge yourself in the spirituality of Manikaran
Kheerganga Trek - To stir the concealed swashbuckler in you
Treat your belly to an overabundance of tasty food
You will need to pack the following for this high-altitude trek:
- Trekking shoes with a descend grip; sports shoes will not be sufficient.
- A 40 to 60 litre rucksack with strong build and straps with a rain-cover.
- Two warm layers of clothing Wool, fleece and a cushioned jacket.
- Two track pants. Wear one and carry one.
- Two collar t-shirts, ideally full-sleeve to shield from sun burn.
- Shades, sun cap & woolen gloves.
- Socks, LED headlamp/torch, and a trekking pole.
- A 20-liter day pack, toiletries, for example, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sunscreen, soap, lip ointment, toilet paper, and a light towel.
- Coffee mug, lunch box & cutlery.
- Two 1-liter water bottles.
- Plastic bags.
- Compulsory documents such as valid ID proofs and their photocopies.
- Medical kit with all necessary medicines.