Nestled amidst the mountains of northern India, in the state of Himachal Pradesh is a small village called Kasol. Remote and fairly isolated, this village that was once forgotten, has now become the talk of the town. Lately, Kasol is the name you’ll find on every traveller’s lips. Earning the nickname as well as the reputation for being India’s answer to Amsterdam, Kasol is soon becoming the go to party destination, giving Goa a run for its money.

With New Year’s Eve right around the corner, the search for the swankiest New Year’s Party is definitely heating up. Of the many events in Delhi , if you’re looking for a New Year’s Party that’s Bohemian in spirit and suits your hippie personality, then a party in Kasol is the answer you’ve been looking for. The New Year's Party in Kasol will probably be like no other you’ve ever been a part of. Huddling up beside a bonfire as it keeps you warm, with nothing but the rugged mountains and starry skies surrounding you is far from the clichéd picture of a new year’s party. With a group of like-minded wanderers, you can enjoy a musical night of Karaoke, dance and fire performances, live band performances, neon mask themed parties, barbeque, a funky photo booth and a lot more at the Parvati Valley New Year’s Eve Celebration.

The road-trip to Kasol alone is an experience you’ll cherish for a lifetime. But once there, camping in the tents nestled amidst the trees with the Parvati River flowing by will have a calming effect on your soul. The fresh breeze of the mountain side will do a good job of re-energizing you. The one day trek up to Tosh Valley will bring you face to face with the simplicity of the village life. There’s even a one day guided tour up to Chalal and Katagla up for grabs.

All of this vows to be a good way to unwind and relax, so that you can gear up for a rocking party events that rings in the New Year. There doesn’t seem to be a better suited way to say goodbye to 2016 user in the New Year. So book your tickets with us for the ultimate New Year’s Eve Celebration.

Written By: Sanjana Sule | Post Date: 16 December 2016



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