Himachal Pradesh has some of the most charming small villages to explore. Whether you’re going for the world-famous Malana Cream or the renowned views, many of the states’ tin towns are located within the various mountain ranges that make this friendly state so famous. This means that there are gorgeous views at every turn and photo options are plenty. Get to know five of these small yet stunning Himachali villages ahead.
1. Malana Village
Go to Malana not just for the famous Malana cream but to also soak its scenic beauty. Malana is a peaceful village situated in the adjacent of Parvati valley. Long hidden in the laps of Himalayas, the village beholds some untold stories and secrets. If you have never visited Malana, this is the perfect destination for your weekend and if you have already taken a trip than we will urge you to explore the magic of the hills once again. The main attraction here is the beautiful labyrinth of wooden houses with stone slabs. Know about The Himalayan Village In Himachal Pradesh.
2. Tosh Village
After Kasol, tosh is one of the most beautiful destinations of Parvati valley. Snow-capped peaks, freezing temperature and lush green mountains are some of the basic characteristics of this village Tosh. Located 21 Km from Kasol, this gem has recently become a hub of bag packers. Tosh is easy on the pocket with the guesthouses and hotels available at the entrance and end of the village. The main occupation of the locals here is the production of Hashish, and the apple orchards are also a huge source of income for the local people.
3. Pulga Village
Pulga is situated at the height of 9498 feet above the sea level. To get here, you will need to rent a bus or rent a bike from Bhuntar. You will then have to travel till Bharsheni and trek to the village. You are going to witness a cluster of wooden houses designed uniquely. In the centre of the magical village is a temple dedicated to Lord Naryana, which also act as an assemblage point for the local villagers. Here’s Why You Must Visit Kasol.
4. Rasol Village
Everyone knows Kasol but have you ever heard of Rasol? To reach this beautiful village, you must travel from Bhuntar to Kasol and then head toward the bridge which connects Challal to Kasol. After three hours of trekking, you will reach Rasol. On the way to Rasol, you will spot several signboards leading your course by the sign Magic Rasol. The village has guest houses where one could stay and enjoy the calmness and peace offered by nature.
5. Kalga Village
If you are seeking a peaceful holiday with some luxury, then this place is not for you. Kheerganga has recently become so famous that visitors from all across the globe is flocking in large numbers to enjoy the hot water springs on the top of the mountain. Kalga is the perfect place to break your journey to Kheerganga, a day trek from village Kalga will take you to Kheerganga. Himachal Pradesh Plans To Become India’s ‘Quarantine Destination’ For People To Recover Peacefully.
Do let us know in the comments which one is of these your favourite.