Kasol is a small village in Himachal Pradesh, a state in northern India. Kasol is located in the Parvathi Valley, which is situated in banks of Parvathi river. It is on the way between Bhuntar and Manickram. The village has excellent views from all sides. Kasol is a small village, having only one school that serves students up to the 7th standard only. For further studies, the people of Kasol must go to Kullu. The cuisine of this popular Himalayan village includes a lot of Israeli food, mixed with German, Italian, Indian and Nepalese foods as well.
The greenery of Kasol and the surrounding area is compared with that of Israel. The view from Kasol is more beautiful because of Parvathi river below. One can see the white sand on the banks of the river, and because Kasol is nestled in the Himalayas, the mountains can be seen on all sides of the village. Kasol is popular with backpackers, who come to explore the beauty of the Parvathi river and its surroundings.
Very few places are in India like Kasol. Many people living in this village are originally from Israel. Israeli cuisine can be found in many cafes, and there are plenty of shops that display signs written in the Hebrew language
How to reach Kasol from Pune, Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore: from Delhi, catch a bus to Bhuntar and local HRTC bus to Kasol from Bhuntar to Kasol.