The beautiful Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh has many beautiful places that every tourist should make an effort to know and visit. We are talking about the special places hidden in this valley, the natural landscapes here, which even today offer tourists a breath of fresh air  away from the city noise. There are many such places for tourists to explore, but Himachal Pradesh is the Indian state  where tourists enjoy their vacations the most. If you love to travel, then you must have visited various villages and regions of Himachal Pradesh many times. There is still an unexplored place  in the Parvati valley of Himachal, a village called Grahan. It  is a very beautiful place near Kasol in Himachal and you have to trek to reach it. Just as Kasol is very popular among youngsters and migrants, Grahan village is now becoming relatively infamous. 


From Grahan

The trek from Kasol to Grahan is about 10 kilometers long. During this trek, you will  see countless waterfalls and such natural views that this trek  will not last at all. As soon as the journey starts from Kasol, the best views  start to appear. You  have to start your journey by asking and getting help from the locals because there are no signs or labels on the road. At the beginning of the journey, the river flows with you on the other side and it stays with you on one side. When you hear the sound of birds along with the roar of this river, you will forget the hustle and bustle of the metropolis and think that you have entered a peaceful heaven. 


After completing this journey, you will receive a wooden bridge. After about kilometers on this track, you will find a dhaba  where you can have Maggi and grab snacks, cookies and other travel essentials. And after this dhaba, you cannot get anything else on the road, and you can see shops directly only when you reach Villi. Grahan village has only 50-55 houses and around. The people of this village bring honey from the dense forest, which is much better than other honey. 


How To Reach

  • Air: 

 The nearest airport to Kasol is Bhuntar  which is only 31 km from Kasol. You can easily find taxis and buses there. 

  • By Train: 

 Nearest railway station is Pathankot. The distance between Pathankot and Kasol is 150 km. 

  • Road: 

 When you see the beautiful views of Kasol from the road, the fun of the journey is different. You can get a Himachal transport bus from Delhi. Otherwise, you can also opt for a car instead of Kasol. Car travel becomes the most enjoyable trip. 

Things to carry

When traveling to Grahan Village, it is important to be prepared to make the most of your visit. Here are some essential items you should always carry with you when visiting Grahan Village:


  • Comfortable clothing: Grahan Village is a rural area and usually quite hot, so it’s best to wear loose, breathable clothing.


  • Hat and sunscreen: The sun in Grahan Village can be intense so it’s important to protect yourself with a hat and sunscreen.


  • Camera: Grahan Village is incredibly picturesque, so don’t forget to bring your camera to capture the stunning views.


  • Cash: Most shops and restaurants in the village don’t accept cards so you should make sure to bring enough cash for your visit.


  • Insect repellent: Bugs and mosquitoes can be a nuisance in some parts of the village, so it’s best to be prepared and bring a good insect repellent.


  • Snacks and water: Be sure to pack a few snacks and enough water to keep you hydrated throughout the day

 Best  To Visit 

 This village gets a lot of snow in winter so avoid visiting here and in summer you can visit this beautiful place anytime from March to September. 



 You cannot go to  Grahan village in Himachal Pradesh by order because there are no facilities and arrangements yet. But as soon as you reach Grahan, you will see many homestays and small hotels that people have opened in their homes. 



 If you are looking for a village to get the peace you need, Grahan is the best place because Kasol and Tosh are much more crowded than Grahan. When you visit this village, you are away from the outside world, but you are so close to nature that you don’t even bother to look at your mobile phone. There is no cell phone network in this village. You can also  see apples growing in Grahan trek where you can  enjoy fresh apples with  the support of the orchard. After seeing the views here, you won’t even want to go back. Walk through the village and you get the Himachal vibe that is  missing from all the other villages  lost in the hippie trance like Tosh and Pulga. There is no ATM in the village and there is no road  as it is under the state forest.

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