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With surprising Israelis and the wild but stunning Parvati River, Kasol in Himachal Pradesh stands out from the rest of the hill stations in India. The 2-hour bumpy drive from the Bhuntur airport discloses the charms to behold in the form of Himalayan ranges under snow and the scenic ascent. Nestled at 5,380 feet, this small but alluring Himachali hamlet is occupied by the descendent of former inhabitants who migrated from Ladakh. Since a few years, the Israeli crowd is being seen in abundance, thus, making the area a hippie town. After a three-year long training for army, the Israelis unhesitatingly enjoy in this haven full of natural wonders.

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