Parvati valley is the beautiful valley of Himachal Pradesh. This valley is situated nearby Kullu town. The route to the valley goes from the Buntar. There are several tourist attractions in Parvati Valley where some of the major attractions are Kasol, Kheerganga, Pin Parvati Pass, Sar Pass, Manikaran, Tosh Village, etc.
One of the major destinations in Kasol. It is known as Mini Israel of India, Himachal Pradesh. At kasol, you will see many Israeli tourists hanging out with others. It is famous among national as well as international tourists. To reach Kheerganga first you have to reach Kasol from Bhuntar. The distance between Kasol and Bhuntar is 30 km. After reaching Kasol you have to reach Barshaini from there actual trekking will start for Kheerganga.
Kheerganga is the heavenly place. It is surrounded by high altitude alpine meadows, lush green deodar forest, Rhododendrons, Wildflowers & Himalayan flora- fauna. The main attraction of Kheerganga is a natural hot spring pool. While trekking to Kheerganga you will experience the majestic views of Tosh, Kalga, Pulga villages. All these are the traditional villages of Parvati Valley and the cultural hot spot. Here you will have the chance to observe the culture and rituals of Himachali peoples and local communities of that area. Another attraction is Rudranag waterfall its serpent-like shape makes it amazing.
The route remains picturesque throughout the trekking. It will be a feast for the shutterbugs. The main activity at Kheerganga is trekking and other activities are camping, photography, etc. Knowing about the culture of Himachal Pradesh interaction with locals will play an important role. So during the trekking at Kheerganga, you will have ample opportunity to talk with the locals.
Day 1: Arrival at Kasol
Day 2: Kasol Sightseeing
Day 3: Kasol- Manikaran- Barshaini- Kheerganga
Day 4: Kheerganga- Kasol
Day 5:Kasol- Bhuntar- Manali
Day 6: Manali Sightseeing
Day 7: Departure from Manali
Best Time to Visit Kheerganga
The best time to visit Parvati Valley is April to June in summers and then from September to November post-monsoon. At this time, weather conditions remain pleasant, which makes the sight seen more enjoyable under the clear sky with lush green surroundings. During the monsoon, Parvati Valley receives heavy rainfall and maybe chances of rainstorms & road blockages, so it is not safe to visit there. When the winter falls in full swing, then the whole area covered with a thick sheet of snow and climatic conditions are not suitable due to extreme cold. The roads remain closed due to heavy snow.
Things to Carry
- Water Bottle
- Thermo Flask
- Energy Drink
- Trekking Shoes
- Trekking Poles
- Trekking Bag
- First Aid Kit
- General Medicine Kit
- Woolen Clothes
- Woolen Socks
- Woolen Gloves
- Personal Toiletries
- Solar ChargerSmall Garbage Collection Bags
- Led Flashlights
- Identity Proof
- Sunscreen Lotion
- Lip Balm
- Body Lotion
- Do not involve in any activity which is against the Forest Law of India.
- Do not carry any weapon. It is against the law.
- Please do not use any toxic material during the trip; it may lead you in difficulty.
- Obtain all the permits before the commencement of the trekking to avoid last-minute arrangements.
- Upon asking, you have to show your id-proof authority.
- If you face any issue regarding health, then tell your team leader immediately. They are experts to handle all kinds of health difficulties at high altitudes.
- Try to avoid activities that harm nature. Be a responsible trekker.
- Do not litter
- Do not make fun of any religious belief.
- Stick with the group and follow the instructions of the group leader.
- You can book the tour by this booking platform.
- Avoid plastic materials for use. In case you have used proper disposal of it.
- Avoid hard heated comments with local people. If you face any issues, then sort it out genuinely.
This is all about Kheerganga Trekking. Here we can do one thing which will give us happiness that is payback to nature that is responsible for traveling which is learned from BanBanjara Travels when we are on a group tour with them. It is the best practice that every traveler or tourist must follow. Mother nature blessed us with several gifts so it is our duty to take care of the environment. It is required to save the future of our successors. If we do not wake -up right now in terms of environment then the next coming generation will pay for this. So – “Keep Travelling, Be A Responsible Tourist”