little holiday houses and bungalow for Tourist

Little Holiday is basically a Farm Villa and a perfect example of Village Tourism. On 1st floor total 5 numbers of  well furnished rooms with a spacious balcony to overview the Jungle. Separate Dinning & Kitchen are also there. Free Parking and Driver’s accommodation are also available. One can enjoy the beauty n Wilderness both from here.


The beautiful Parvati river flows along the sides of this village. Before few years Kasol was a non- existing place of Himachal Pradesh lesser known to the traveler. But, in the past few years, the tourism has increased dramatically. There are solely two big reasons to blame for that

After the busy schedule in metropolitan cities, we all look out for a LITTLE HOLIDAY where we could do just relax and do nothing. Kasol is exactly one such place where you could soak in the sun bright sitting by the tranquil waters of Parvati river.

little holiday houses

The place has become the hot-spot for the college students because the trip is super cheap. Yet, it offers the complete beauty of hills and mountains. You know that you can extract the best from your trip in just a few bucks.

Kasol is a little holiday houses in Himachal Pradesh . More about the Israeli village of India and the things to do

How to reach?

BY ROAD: There are no direct buses from New Delhi to Kasol. You can catch a bus from Delhi and it would drop you at Bhunter, which is at a distance of 30 km from Kasol. From here on you can catch the local bus  or hire a local taxi. Another way you can get to this place is via Kullu. Get down at Kullu, which is at a distance of 40 km from Kasol. Again, a local bus or hire a cab which will carry you to this village.

For a convenient traveling, you can hire a cab with Wiwigo directly from Delhi to Kasol.

BY AIR: The nearest airport to Kasol is Bhunter. You can further hire a cab to reach Kasol.

BY RAILWAYS: There are very few trains that will take you to Kasol. The nearest railway station to Kasol is 150 km away. So, a journey by train is not suggested.

Where to stay?

luxury tents

Ranging from the cheapest to best one, Kasol has all types of places for you to stay. The price per night in most of the places to stay here ranges depends on the facility provided. If you really want to explore the true side of Kasol, best would be ditch a luxury tents and stay at a cafe or small hotel amid the number of Israelis.

Where to eat?

There are number cafes in Kasol which offers the best Tibetan and Israeli food with the open seating. You can totally enjoy the great food with the river flowing along and mountains in front of you.

holiday houses in west bengal

Pink Floyd cafe, Little Italy, Bhoj Cafe, Evergreen cafe, German bakery are some of the must visit cafes to have a good meal.

1) Little Himachal Pradesh:

Himachal Pradesh

About 70% travelers of Kasol are from Israel. The town is a hot spot for a lot of young Israeli people who finish their compulsory military service in Israel and then escape to the Parvati Valley.You will meet more Israeli in Kasol than the local men. But, they make your experience at Kasol only better. Look out for the music festivals that they host in the peak season time. The rave parties full of people smoking cannabis. At the top of all, you will be treated with the delicious Israeli food at many cafes run by Israelis itself. With a just handful of money, you can experience the authentic Israeli culture in Kasol.

Where to go?


Although, Kasol is coined as the place for lazy vacations but does that mean that you have to ditch this place if you are an adventure enthusiast. You can enjoy a number of activities in Kasol and witness the pure beauty of nature.


If you are looking for adventure at another level, then you must go for Malana trek from Kasol. This trek is difficult and Adventure. The trek is full of rocky mountains and steep climbs. At times you will have to walk the path with no road or way what so ever. But, at the end, this trek will take you another world. With the glimpse of snow-capped mountains and hills decorated with deodar trees. If you are here at the right time, you can also the white beauty of snow covering the village. Malana is a village which runs its own government and is believed to successors of Alexander. The outsiders are allowed to move but not allowed to touch their walls, houses etc. If you do, be ready to pay a fine!


Famous Hill Stations of India

The hill stations are high-altitude towns used, especially by European colonialists, as a place of refuge from the summer heat. They are prevalent in Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent, particularly India.

Most of the hill stations in India are located in Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Meghalaya in the Himalayas and in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in Western ghats. Some of the hill stations in India are listed below by state.

Since all these hill stations are world-famous they are frequently visited by tourists on a summer vacation tour. Due to this almost all of the above hill stations are well connected by rail, road and air services to major Indian cities.

hill stations in India

Several hill stations served as summer capitals of Indian provinces, princely states, or, in the case of Shimla, of British India itself. Since independence, the role of these hill stations as summer capitals has largely ended, but many hill stations remain popular summer resorts.

Shimla: Queen of the Hills :-

Gone are the days of British Raj but its echoes could be still found in Shimla. Located deep in the foothills of Himalayas, Shimla, located at an altitude of 2159 meters (7000 feet approx.), is one of the most popular hill resorts in India. The entire city is strung across a single ridge with sharp hillsides surrounded by pine deodar, oak and rhododendron forests stretched out in all directions.

It is the long winding main street called Mall where most of the action takes place in Shimla. The town is renowned for a host of splendid colonial edifices and quaint cottages with characteristic Victorian architecture.

Charming walks along the Ridge and the Mall Road are most popular activities. The city also offers a variety of shopping and entertainment activities all stretched across and connected with the arterial Mall road where thankfully vehicles are not allowed to enter.

Hill Station Darjleeing

Splurge with a stay in Oberoi Cecil, one of the finest heritage hotels in India or have a luxurious honeymoon at the Wildflower Hall which we have covered previously in our article on luxury in the lap of Himalayas.

Darjeeling: Lure of Black Tea

The World Heritage Darjeeling Mountain Railways stands out when we think of this charming hill station in North India. Darjeeling’s yet another name to fame are the world class tea plantations.

Perched on a mountain ridge at the elevation of 6, 710 feet with awe inspiring views of the Himalayan Peaks and verdant tea estates, Darjeeling is soothing to eyes, refreshing for mind and uplifting for the soul.

Hill Station Darjleeing

Things to do in Hill Station Darjleeing could range from visits to monasteries, parks, historical places and tea estates to a ride on the “toy train.” Best time to visit this hill town is from November till January. For a luxury experience and tea walks, stay at Glenburn Tea Estate surrounded by emerald tea plantation and awesome views of Kangchenjunga peak of Himalaya.

Major Attractions in Darjeeling: Tiger Hill, Batasia Loop, Bhutia Busty Monastery, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, Peace Pagoda, Darjeeling Himalayan Railways.

Lonavala: A Walk above the Clouds

This charming hill station near Mumbai and Pune is a verdant delight. Here you literally walk on the clouds as they soar beneath you, embark on nature walks and hikes and there are places of historical interest too. This hill stations in India is best visited in July and August upon the arrival of monsoon making it one of the top places to visit in India during monsoon.

hill station near Mumbai

If you are interested in hot air balloon rides or para gliding, you should head to Lonavala where these activities could be availed of.

Attractions in Lonavala: Lonavala Lake, Karla Cave, Lohagad Fort, Nagphani, Bhushi Dam, Lonavala Lake, Visapur Fort

Famous tourist places in Nagaland

The Nagaland state is mostly hilly and mountainous, with agriculture being the major occupation of the Nagaland tribes. Plan a tour with Nagaland Tourist Places. The picturesque valley of Nagaland is one of the most beautiful and famous spots for nature lovers. The place is strewn and shining with blooming flowers in the months of June and September. Dzukou Valley is the most famed valley of Nagaland and which is also called as the valley of “celestial charm” and “Eternal Charm”. This natural beauty of the place will surely capture tourist’s heart while travelling through the land of Nagaland.

Tribal Tours Nagaland

This valley is situated in the Kohima district. In order to see this Paradise on earth one has to negotiate steep difficult terrain. If you are not a regular trekker you may find a bit of difficult to climb this steep mountains, but not an impossible task. After the strong climb as one sees the valley you forget all the pain that you have been through. So whenever you are planning tour India include Tribal Tours Nagaland in your list.

Tribal Tours Dooars

This beautiful land of abundant natural beauty has immense tourist attraction. The ethnic tribes, their habitat, arts and handicrafts and the locales attract many. The ideal time to visit Dzukou Valley of Nagaland are in the months of June, July and August where you can see the wide variety of Flowers filled with the whole valley, hundreds of species of flowers and plants can also be found in this beautiful valley of Nagaland state. Tribal Tours Dooars are worth to visit. Rhododendrons are additionally a joy when they are in full sprout throughout spring season. Distinctive endemic species of rhododendrons could be discovered here. These are blooming across its evergreen hilly slopes. Despite the fact that Dzukou is known for its biodiversity, the prevalent plant is the strong bamboo brush in light of which, it would seem that a completely mown Lawn from a remote place.

Dooars image

Dzukou Valley is one of the best trekking spots of North East India. The valley has a portion of the best natural caves, rocks and hills. Trekkers take to the greenery of the valley and its troublesome terrain to explore the caves as well as enjoy the rushing streams. This valley of ethereal wonderfulness remains untouched by development. In summers its serene bays and burbling streams are encompassed with wild herbs and bushes.

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Pink and white lilies sprout and the aconitum and euphorbia’s as well as countless other organic species sprout throughout the storms. Rhododendrons, orchids and lilies are a pleasure for each nature mate. The swirling streams of the valley stops throughout the winter blanket the trees with snowflakes, wonderfulness that untruths just in the eyes of the viewer. Africa Tour Tanzania are also considered as one of the famous tourist places in India.

Beauty of the Doars (Duars)

The Dooars or Duars  (Bengali: ডুয়ার্স) are the alluvial floodplains in northeastern India that lie south of the outer foothills of the Himalayas and north of the Brahmaputra River basin. This region is about 30 km (19 mi) wide and stretches over about 350 km (220 mi) from the Teesta River in West Bengal to the Dhanshiri River in Assam. The region forms the gateway to Bhutan. It is part of the Terai-Duar savanna and grasslands ecoregion.

Dooars means ‘doors’ in Assamese, Bengali, Maithili, Bhojpuri, Magahi and Telugu languages. There are 18 passages or gateways between the hills in Bhutan and the plains in India. This region is divided by the Sankosh River into Eastern and the Western Dooars, consisting of an area of 8,800 km² (3,400 sq mi). The Western Dooars is also known as the Bengal Dooars, and the Eastern Dooars also as the Assam Dooars. Dooars is analogous with the Terai in northern India and Nepal.


History Of Doars:- 

The Dooars belonged to the Kamata Kingdom under the Koch dynasty; and taking advantage of the weakness of the Koch kingdom in subsequent times, Bhutan took possession of the Dooars. This region was controlled by the kingdom of Bhutan when the British annexed it in 1865 after the Bhutan War under the command of Captain Hedayat Ali. The area was divided into two parts: the eastern part was merged with Goalpara district in Assam and the western part was turned into a new district named Western Dooars. Again in the year 1869, the name was changed to Jalpaiguri District. After the end of the British rule in India in 1947, the Dooars acceded into the dominion of India and it merged with the Union of India shortly afterwards in 1949.

Gorumara National Park

Forests and animals:-

The beauty of the region lies not only in its tea gardens but also in the dense jungles that make up the countryside. Many wildlife sanctuaries and national park like Manas National Park in Assam, Jaldapara National Park, Buxa National Park, Gorumara National Park, Chapramari Wildlife Reserve and the Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary in West Bengal are located in this region.


A number of rare endangered species of animals like tiger, rhinoceros and elephant make their habitat in the forests of the Dooars. Other animals includes different types of deer, bison, birds and reptiles. A railway line runs through the tea gardens and the various protected areas and a number of elephants have been killed in collisions with trains.