Label : Must Visit
Tags : National Park
Timings : 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Time Required : 3-4 hrs
Entry Fee for Great Himalayan National Park : Indian Nationals: INR 50,
Foreign Nationals: INR 200,
Indian Students: INR 30,
Foreign Students: INR 100
Camping Charges : 2 Persons Tent/ per day: INR 100
3 Persons Tent/ per day: INR 150
4 Persons Tent/ per day: INR 200
Above 4 Persons Tent/Day: INR 500
Toilet Tent/Day: INR 100
Best Time to Visit : April to June
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Great Himalayan National Park located Kullu region of Himachal Pradesh, is home to more than 375 species of fauna, 31 species of mammals and 181 species of birds. The Great Himalayan National Park received the status of a national park in 1999. This beautiful location of the national park becomes all the more attractive due to the Deodar and Oak trees.
The secluded location of the park has made sure that the villages inside the park have a culture of their own. Every village inside has a deity of its own. There are also some fairs organized here during April, May, August, and September. You need to obtain a permit to visit the Great Himalayan National Park. The permits for the core zone of the park can be obtained at the Shamshi head office and the range offices at Ropa in Sainj Valley and Shairopa in Tirthan Valley.
There are different levels of trekking that can be done inside GHNP. Moderate day-long treks to difficult multi-day treks are organized on all the four valleys of the park including Tirthan, Jwar Nala, Parvati and Sainj. It is compulsory for the tourists to seek prior permission from the park officials for treks held on different days.
Tips to Visit : 1. People visiting the Great Himalayan National Park for more than a day are advised to obtain medical insurance covering emergency medical treatments.
2. The trekkers should hire certified guides and porters.
3. Beware of prickly plants and do not disturb the wild animals in the park.
4. Do not litter inside the park.
5. Obtain permission before photographing the tribals and villagers living in the ecozone.
6. Wear modest attire while visiting the park.
7. Smoking is forbidden inside the Great Himalayan National Park.
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Rohit Shroffon Great Himalayan National Park 5 years ago