Katagla Guest House
Stretched along the lovely Parvati River with mountains rising all around, Kasol is the main traveller hang-out in the valley. It’s a small village, but almost overrun with reggae bars, bakeries and cheap guesthouses catering to a largely backpacker crowd, nowadays including growing numbers of Indians. It's also a summertime venue for trance parties transplanted from Goa, and at any time an easy base for exploring the forested valley or just chilling out. The village divides into Old Kasol on the Bhuntar side of its bridge, and New Kasol on the Manikaran side. Katagla lies right next to the Parvati river and one can hear the sound of gushing water everywhere. A light forest cover with mountains on the other side, the rapidly flowing emerald blue water and the quietness of the wood around induce a tranquility unmatchable. We have a guest house in Katagla in this serene enviornment which is merely 10 minutes walk from Kasol main road in Katagla. A peaceful paradise where you can just chill around and forget all your worries.