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What’s up people? How you guy’s doing?
I am back with my first travel blog. These are a super amazing place, yeah I am talking about kasol, malana and tosh. So without wasting much of my time, let’s jump to the blog.
Starting with kasol,
Kasol is a hamlet in the district Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, northern India. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Bhuntar and Manikaran.
Best time to visit Kasol
Though Kasol is a year-round destination, it is best visited during the summer months of May and June. However, people also love to visit the destination during the winter months of November to February.
Things To Do On Your Kasol Trip For A Memorable Experience
1. Hikes and Treks: Kasol offers multiple exploration options for casual walkers, trekkers and everyone who falls between these two categories. Best people to give you an idea of the difficulty level of each are the locals.

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2. Israeli Food: Life’s good with a Shakshouka, a Bureka, and a lemon CAKE- Having covered the best places to visit in Kasol, you’d definitely love on gorge on some amazing food.
3. Tent Camp: If you haven’t done it yet, try it here. Confused about where to stay in Kasol? While there are a few options, but try your luck at the Forest Department tents. Beautifully located beside the fiercely flowing Paravti, they offer one of most gorgeous morning and evening views in the valley.
4.Tosh – It is located at about 2,400 meters  (7,900 ft) in elevation on a hill near Kasol.

MALANA
The Village That Grows The World’s Best Hashish Malana is an ancient Indian village in the state of Himachal Pradesh. is isolated from the rest of the world has been called ‘one of the oldest democracy’ in the world. It is situated on a remote plateau by the side of the torrential Malana river, at a height of 2,652 meters (8,701 ft)The village is governed by a bicameral parliament, consisting of a lower house called the Kanishthang and an upper house called the Jayeshthang.
If you’re in luck, you might get to see the Malani’s celebrating one of their festivals. All the grown-ups of the village gather around in a circle, rejoicing. Intoxicated with pure happiness, among other things, the grown-ups dance and sing with live music and make you think about how their little clubs make a great tradition. The circle of celebration looks like a celebration of life, surely. All the people of the village dancing in synchronization, all smiling and cheering. The live version of HAKUNA MATATA!

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The long trek for Malana ends with a huge waterfall just before you enter the village. The waterfall is the water source for the entire village. Be sure to refresh yourself from the tiresome trek with this bounty of fresh water.

 

This is it from malana dairies. you must visit this place to get out of your boring daily routine. Comment down your best ever trip with your friends or family. Till then stayfitandstyleit.