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Beautiful Serene and peaceful

This was my 1st visit to Parvati valley n surely not the last one. It's a paradise for solo travelers and trekking, since i went just to beat the heat of delhi so was in no mood... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
Lalit Y
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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

This was my 1st visit to Parvati valley n surely not the last one. It's a paradise for solo travelers and trekking, since i went just to beat the heat of delhi so was in no mood to do trekking. Landed up in bhuntar early morning at 6 n went for paragliding. There after directly went to tosh, small village... More 

Thank Lalit Y
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Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

Parvati valley the paradise of kullu. The ever flowing clean waters directly flowing from the mountains keeps the valley green. Kasol it's famous for the camps and party's ,there are Kasol camps situated beside the flowing river. Kasol doesn't have water sports facilities as it's located in the remote location. kullu provides water sporting facilities. you can sit relax beside... More 

Thank saggyy
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

Parvati valley is really hard to summarize in words. Its green beautiful and largely untainted. But more importantly, its place you can get lost and a place you can find yourself.

Thank Shelton_Nazareth
Mumbai (Bombay), India
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

Words are not enough to describe Parvati Valley! Yet, I'll try for the sake of TripAdvisor points and helping my fellow wanderlusters :) PArvati Valley is a MUST DO. No questions on that. A lot of towns and villages fall under this belt, and in my review I am referring to Kasol, Chalal and Tosh. The beauty is unparalleled and... More 

2 Thank Anks25
Ankleshwar, India
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Reviewed 23 July 2016

My first solo trip to Himachal pradesh to Parvati valley reminds me the chilling nights under the bare night sky on the foothills of the great Himalayas. It was all of a sudden plan and I did it with tlow.in . Transport: Thanks to HRTC Bus service, you can do it by public transport which is very cheap and decent.... More 

2 Thank Koustav_KB
New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 17 July 2016

The bridge in Kasol connecting Parvati Valley is a must visit for adventure lovers. On crossing the bridge, there lies another spectacular view of the steep mountains of the Kasol Valley.

1 Thank The D
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Reviewed 29 June 2016

Parvati valley is famous for 2 things - Hash and Manikaran. But believe me there's much more to it... the beautiful parvati river twists and turns ,rolls down and trolls up, drums thunder showing its a true wonder...the valleys are beautiful sometimes narrow and sometimes wide...kasol is more famous in israel than in india for the famous hash. the town... More 

Thank Vibhorjain
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Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

Mesmerizing.... Bful.... Quiet place... Serene.... Relaxing.... Do visit if u wanna experience these things....

2 Thank Shreyasi G
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Reviewed 30 May 2016

I stayed with my friend in the Brahma Homestay in Kalga Village which is uphill from the Barshaini village. Do note that one needs to take a cab from Manikaran to reach Barshaini, from where you see a bridge that has 2 routes to go to the popular Kheerganga trekking site. We decided to stay at Kalga and attempt the... More 

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Reviewed 30 November 2015 via mobile

The sky bows down to kiss the mountain ranges,clouds create a haze and undefined beauty,cool wind criss cross to create a chilly atmosphere and the zig zag narrow winding alleys act as gateways to alluring mountain passes, This place is traveller's delight.

2 Thank Garvit R

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