The Villster Resort Kalga


Kalgha, Sosan, Himachal Pradesh 175105

About Villster Resort

  • About Villster Resort
  • About kalga village
  • About Sosan belt
  • How to reach
  • How to visit
  • Property information
  • Things to carry
  • How long to stay

Name of authorised person  - Gaurav Dhillon( Owner )

Villster Resort lies in Kalga Village of Parvati valley. Valley often described as Amsterdam of India or Mini Israel because a large proportion of Israeli tourists.

It is renowned for its exhilarating excursions, delectable cuisine, raging river, and genuine people. Backpackers go to Kasol in the Himalayas as a starting point for treks to Sar Pass, Pin Pass  andFamous hot springs of Manikaran & Kheerganga.

In Villster, we have made an effort to blend the cosiness and simplicity of a rural  stay with the convenience of contemporary facilities.

Villster is professionally managed by a committed crew, and we are committed to making your stay memorable. We (myself, my wife Rashmi) typically remain here and personally look out for the visitors' welfare.

Please feel free to contact or message me if you can't reach us or need any additional information; we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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Spring March to April

A little bit colder than April is March. However, if you want to see any lingering snow from the previous season, go in March. April is a little warmer than March, and it also heralds the beginning of Parvati Valley’s tourism season. At this time, all the trails will be accessible, giving you access to the entire valley. If you want to experience a pleasant climate or visit verdant valleys, this month is a fantastic time to travel. The temperature will stay between a maximum of 15°C and a minimum of 7°C Carrying essentials include a warm jacket, pullovers, walking shoes, sun protection, umbrellas, and a torch.

Summer (May-July)

It periodically rains all day, and the mountain ranges are lush and green at this time of year. Mountains look beautifuland as the day wears on, the temperature rises and varies from a high of 28°C to a low of 13°C. The season is ideal to escape the stifling heat of the city and take in the cooling mountain air. The majority of the trails are now accessible, making now the ideal time to start trekking in the Parvati Valley. The orchards are awash in apples, pears, plums, peaches, and other fruits. Due to the school holidays, there will be a big number of families there.Carrying essentials include Regular cotton clothes, Light jacket, regular sports shoes.

When to visit

Monsoon (July -Aug)

Beginning in July, the monsoon season. Additionally, it is the warmest season of the year, with an average temperature that ranges from a maximum of 25°C to a minimum of 17°C. Mountain ranges are lush and green during this time of year, and it occasionally rains all day long. Mountains appear stunning.Trekking should be avoided since mountains are slick from rain and there is a possibility of land slides. It is suggested to use public transportation and to travel throughout the day. When you arrive, the place will appear to be paradise. You feel quite joyful when you see apple orchards everywhere .When clouds attempt to engulf mountains, they appear incredible.Carrying essentials include Light jacket, regular sports shoes, a spare pair of socks, a walking stick , waterproof clothing, umbrellas, and a torch

Autumn ( Sept – Nov )

Although the monsoon will be long gone, there will still be a lot of greenery. You can take part in all outdoor activities and the entire valley will remain open for tourism. Midway through November At this time of year, the mountains start to turn brown. The ideal time to go trekking is now. Your hiking experience will be truly unforgettable if the sky is clear and the pathways are clear.

Winter ( Dec to Feb)

In reality, snow begins to fall in the highest regions of the Parvati Valley as early as November. If you wish to sit outside, a bonfire is required. Visitors can experience a new snowfall.Carrying essentials includes Heavy woollens, a windproof jacket, thermals, hats, gloves, a muffler, insulated shoes, and woollen socks are among the clothes you should pack.