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Road Trip from Delhi to Kasol

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Distance from Delhi to Kasol

Road-trip from Delhi to Kasol
10 h 46 min (517.6 km) via NH44
13 h 21 min (623.4 km) via NH9

Delhi to Kasol Duration: 10-14 Hours

Kasol is a village in Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on the banks of the River Parvati and lies 42 km East of Kullu. There are no trains available for Kasol and will have to go via Delhi. One can easily get two wheelers on rent in Delhi from the growing Delhi bike rentals. Tourists can hire bikes in Delhi according to their needs. The bikes to suit the hilly terrain like Bullet on rent in Delhi is also available. It takes around 10-11 hours to reach Kasol from Delhi as it is situated 520 km North of Delhi and the hilly roads pose a challenge to riders. They can take NH 44, rest in Chandigarh and then continue their journey. It is advisable to pick up sturdy bikes on rent in Delhi that can take the load of the hilly region.

Kaslo has been blessed with the best of Mother Nature and the small village is lush green with vegetation and inhabitants prefer to live in natural surroundings. The village is less crowded than Manali and offers peace of mind and calm to the heart.

Kasol is known for its Israeli habitants and there are tourist hubs with signs on Hebrew. There are a number of cafes and restaurants that serve amazing food and tourists visiting Kasol must make sure that you fall upon these Isareli cafes. You will find the perfect blend of Indian and Israeli cultures here reflected in their cuisine and drinks.

It is a great destination for trekkers, bagpackers and adventure lovers. There are many hotspots for trekking like Kheer Ganga trek and Tosh trek along the banks of the river Parvati. Travellers who love challenge accompanied with solitude must definitely ay Kasol a visit. It is quite close to Manali and Manikarna so the bold backpackers can extend their trip and visit the two other towns while they are in Kasol.

The snow covered peaks of Himalayas are visible from Kasol, offering a spectacular view to the tourists. The Manikaran Grudwara is a much frequented site and gives the devotees a sense of calm and comfort. Kasol experiences a pleasant summer, making March to May peak time for trekkers but those who are fond of midnight strolls in summers can visit the village from October to February.

Adventure buffs can visit the village on bikes via Delhi. It is not advisable to visit the hilly village from June to September as the area is prone to landslides and cloud bursts, making it quite risky to travel to Kasol in the monsoon season.

The bike rentals in Delhi allow the riders to hire two-wheelers in Delhi to visit the nearby hill stations. Riding to these hill stations boosts the adrenaline levels of riders and adventure buffs prefer two-wheelers and stylish bikes to cabs and public transport for the sense of individuality, independence and the dash of adventure. Kasol, a beautiful town nestled in Himachal by the banks of river Parvati is an amazing village and everyone must visit it at least once in a lifetime.