The land of untouched and mystifying beauty, Tirthan Valley is a destination with a plethora of delights. Lying nearly 3 km from the entrance of Great Himalayan National Park, this place is abundant in adventurous activities and a paradise for nature lovers. '
The great Himalayas with snow covered tops looking over the Tirthan River, this valley is best known for its trout fishing and for surprisingly high influx of foreigners. Magical ambience and lush green paths leading to nearby tiny and quaint hamlets accompanied by amazing weather throughout the year, Tirthan valley is great for those holiday makers who seek adventure as well as peace.
- Carry extra food and supplies with you, facilities are not present at proper intervals.
- A good pair of shoes are a must as you will be doing a lot of walking around the city.
- During the vacation season do not forget to make advance booking as the place houses less number of accommodations.
An amazing place if you want to enjoy solitude in the lap of nature. Numerous adventure sports and activities to choose from. A pleasant weather even in summers and picturesque landscape.
The nearest Railway station (Kiratpur) is at a time distance of 7 hours from the valley. The nearest airport (Bhuntar) is also at a distance of 2 hours, making connectivity to the valley tiresome and hectic.
Great for people looking to visit a secluded and a less crowded space. A really nice visit in summers due to the pleasant temperature range. Perfect for adventure enthusiasts and young people looking for some alone time.
Located on the bank of Tirthan river, the valley provides a picturesque backdrop for all its visitors. The sky-high mountains kissing the clouds; varied vegetations throughout the valley, including apple orchards in spring, dense coniferous forests and sprawling alpine meadows; numerous water bodies like Tirthan river and other small lakes like Serolshar and Parashar spread throughout the valley gives it all the nature's goodness a place can possibly have and make it a heaven on earth. You will never grow bored of the beauty of the natural landscape in this area and will always be appealing because of the variety present. Great Himalaya National Park Located in the region adds up to the biodiversity of flora and fauna in the region and makes it a traveller's paradise. The village in the area, like Nagini and Ghushaini are beautifully settled hamlets where you can witness alluring terrace farms and small huts and houses amidst the woods. The meadows in the area are ideal for a small walk and strolls through them as they spread out over the area giving definition to what the promised land would have looked like.
Day 1- Reach Tirthan valley by either morning or evening. If reaching in evening, freshen up a bit at your hotel, and you can take a stroll around the area and even catch a bonfire before dinner if you wish to do so. If you reach in the morning, you can get ready and then leave for village hopping in the region. You can also visit the lakes and the adjoining temples if you wish to do so.
Day 2- Your second day might just be a good time to make way for some adventure sports. Rappelling or trekking in the region might be a great idea given the suitable weather condition.
Day 3- You can pay a visit to the Great Himalayan National park on the third day of your stay in the region.You'll have a whole day to roam around the place and if time permits, you can take a stroll through the adjoining woods for some peaceful time.
Tirthan Valley is small place where you will not find eating joints, restaurants or dhabas outside your hotel, resort or guest house. However, you may find restaurants in Banjar which is some distance away from Tirthan Valley.