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About Tirthan Valley ( Rated as Most Beautiful Destination)
Tirthan valley Himachal Pradesh can easily qualify very well as One of the Most Beautiful Places on Earth. It is a must place to visit before you die. In-
fact it is a blessing that many travellers still do not know about this great and beautiful place, hence this beautiful valley is still kind of protected & Not abused like other famous himalayan destinations in Himachal Pradesh (Shimla, Manali)




Location of Tirthan Valley

Tirthan Valley is situated in Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 1600 meters & is a gateway to the Great Himalayan National Park.
Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh - India.
Altitude of Tirthan Valley:
1600 Meters or 5300 Feet (approximately)
Climate of Tirthan Valley:

Climate is nice and pleasant with temperature in summers going maximum uoto 24 degree Celsius and in winters the minimum temperature may fall below zero 

Destination Info

  • Pin Code: 175123 (Gushaini)
  • Altitude: 1600 Meters Approx.
  • Longitude: 77.1094597 East
  • Latitude : 31.957851 North
  • State: Himachal Pradesh
  • Country: India
  • Nearest Airport : Bhuntar (Kullu)
  • Nearest Train Station: Kiratpur
  • How to reach: By Air : Bhuntar Airport is an hour and a half drive from the Tirthan Valley. There are daily flights being operated by the Indian Airlines, Deccan Airways ( 1 hour flight from Delhi). By Rail : Nearest railway station is Kiratpur Sahib in Punjab & Chandigarh.Cabs & buses are easily available for remaining journey. By Road : To get to the Tirthan (550 kms from Delhi) you have to turn off from Aut , just before the Thirot Tunnel an hour before Kulu on the Manali highway from Chandigarh. From Aut it is 26 kms of a pleasant drive along the river via Larji bypassing Banjar on the way to Gushaini.
  • Season to Visit: March to November is considered as best time to visit Tirthan Valley.
  • Package Prices: Tirthan Travel packages starting from Rs 20,000/- ($400) - 3 night-4 Days including Taxi drive
  • Standard Price: Tirthan Travel packages starting from Rs 20,000/- ($400) - 3 night-4 Days including Taxi drive
Activities in Tirthan Valley
1. Treks & Trails in Tirthan Valley :-Tirthan Valley offers lots of  nature walks & trails which go deep into the woods or  besides the river. There are lot of treks ranging from 4-15 days and reach as high as 4000 meters.

2. Angling, Trout Fishing in Tirthan valley :- The other very popular activity include Wild Trout fishing, which are abundant in the icy cold glaciour fed water of Tirthan River.Both wild Brown Trout and rainbow trout is available here in Tirthan river waters.
3. The Dev Kanda Temple Walk: A strenuous trek uphill to the Devkanda mandir on the highest peak in the Valley. The reward at the top is a spectacular view of the valley below and of snow peaks and Himalayan Forest on the other side. To reap maximum benefits one should ideally camp up there on the peak on a full moon night and come down the day after. Recommended only for skilled walkers/trekkers with stamina and perseverance.
4. The Nature Walk: From Gushaini walkers climb for about 20 minutes to the village of Bandal. After a brief visit to the Devi's temple one continues at the same level along the mountainside through thick virgin forest.
5.The Road Stroll: Catch the local bus to either Bathad (9 km) or Banjar (6 km) and walk back along the road beside the river passing little villages and interacting with the local folk along the way. Other smaller walks include a brisk twenty minute climb to Calorie Rock on the mountainside behind the Trout House or along the road to the Gushaini bridge and back or even to the offices of the Great National Himalayan Park at Sai Ropa and back.
6. The Overnite Camp
A one hour trek along the picturesque Tirthan river from road head Goshaini (3 kms from THTH) or up the Palachan from Bathaad (12 kms from THTH) will bring you to a quiet spot where you will set up camp there in Trekking tents for the night. As facilities available are minimum trekkers will receive a basic course in survival in the wild and have to fend for themselves, setting up tents and collecting firewood and helping with the cooking.
7. Rock Climbing, Rappelling & River Activities
Learn the tricks and the skills of climbing a rock face, or the different ways of rappelling down the face and the correct use of the ropes, harnesses and other equipment from our experienced climbers. This is a highly adventurous activity requiring skill, strength and care and is extremely fulfilling to those so inclined.
8. River Crossing by jhulas, log bridges, hopping rocks, raft building, dam building, functioning of water mills and water play
9. Jalori pass Trek:  Jalori Pass Trek entails a leisurely one and a half hour drive past Banjar through an enchanting forest to the Jalori pass. During April and May the hillsides are covered with a sea of blue irises. From there a two hour trek will bring us to a high mountain lake, Sareolsar, where you could have lunch and relax before the ancient Nag temple before we walk back to the pass for the ride back to the guest House in Tirthan valley.
Best Season to visit Tirthan valley:
  • Most Beautiful in the Spring Season" it’s just amazingly beautiful.If you want to enjoy nature, this is the best time to visit.
  • If you miss spring,March to November and is considered the best time to visit Tirhan valley.
  • In winter time, the Valley becomes very cold with sub zero temperatures, Trekking becomes little dangerous due to wild life attacks as less food is avaialable in the mountains.
  •  Trout fishing season is from March to October, for agling enthusiasts, this is the best time to visit. 
How to reach Tirthan valley ( Avoid Self Driving if you are not well experienced in Hill Driving, Better hire a Cab to enjoy Tirthan Fully)
  •  Reach Tirthan By Air: Catch a Flight from New Delhi to Bhuntar airport, There are two flights a week to and from Delhi. From Bhuntar, it is only 1.5 hours drive away.
  •  Reach Tirthan by By Train: Take a Train from Delhi, Drop at either Chandigarh or Kiratpur Sahib (Closest major Railway Stations).
  • Reach Tirthan By Road: Possible route(s) to Tirthan Valley from Delhi by road are as below :-
Road Route of Tirthan valley ( 551 kms from Delhi) - Driving to Tirthan Valley - 12 Hours
Delhi – Ambala – Chandigarh – Roopnagar – Kiratpur – Bilaspur– Mandi– Pandoh – Aut– Larji – Gushaini –Nagini- Tirthan (511 KM)
Catching Bus for Tirthan valley from Delhi
Buses (Volvo) also run from Delhi at 6 P.M. everyday from HPTDC Office, Janapath and reaches Aut next morning around 6 AM. From Aut you can get a taxi for 
around Rs. 400-600 with seating capacity of 5. Aut to Tirthan is about 30 KMs. While going back you can catch the bus around 7 PM at Aut and reach Delhi next morning by 7 A.M.
Road Conditions to Tirthan Valley:
Up to Aut, roads are pretty much in great shape being a highway and from Aut onwards, roads are narrow in but in good conditions.
Preferred Vehicles: 
Normal Saloon car, Bike can take you to Tirthan valley Easily.
Accommodations in Tirthan valley:

There are no Five Star, or Luxury, semi Luxury hotels in Tirthan valley, which is actually a plus point. The area is unspoilt, the accomodation options in Tirthan valley range for few river side resorts, Home Stays and Guest Houses.

1. Sai Ropa FRH -
Sai Ropa located five kms away from Banjar and 5 kms before the Goshaini entrance to the Park. Nestled in the pine forest, the Tourist Center spreads over a 3 hectares (six acres) area. It is also the headquarters of Tirthan Wildlife Range Office from where entrance tickets to the Park can be obtained. The Center has a Forest Rest House, a building housing two dormitories (20 beds in all), a photo exhibition, a conference/ training room with projection facilities, and a hall with photo exhibition about the Park. Outside, there is a 520 m long "Biodiversity Trail" which has trees and medicinal plant species transplanted from the Park; a pergola (gazebo) with Tirthan river view; a demonstration site for vermi-composting; a butterfly enclosure, and a solar energy site.
  • Location : Sai Ropa
  • Number of Rooms : 3 Dormitories : 4 ( with 10 beds each)
2. Hotel Trout Valley
Hotel Trout valley offering all modern facilities to the tourist and is very conveniently located in Tirthan Valley, with a beautiful view of Tirthan valley hotel is a quiet, comfortable and set in the shady apple orchards at village Nagani in the Indian Himalaya. In the 10 years since it was built, Trout Valley has attracted visitors from all over the world, some of whom have returned to stay many times since. Tirthan Valley's relaxed atmosphere and idyllic setting is a world apart from the heat and dust of the Indian plains, and the visitors often come with the intention of staying for a week, & end up staying for a month or more.      
Location of  Hotel Trout Valley  
Located in Village Nagini ( along with major other home stays ) and near to all Tirthan Valley attractions  
Accomodation at Hotel Trout Valley
The guest house is small and never feels crowded. Each room is spacious, light and airy with large wood framed windows fitted with fly screens. Each room has a large double bed, lockable cupboard space, and table and chairs. Rooms with views & Bath Attached.

3. Raju Bharti’s Guest House :-
known for excellent hosts (Mr. Raju Bharti and his wife) & tempting food. It is
surely the best place of stay in Tirthan Valley. Sunshine Adventures welcomes you to Raju's Cottage at Goshaini. This is one of the best Home stay’s in the world. This is where you want to be if you want to sit around and read, go for occasional walks, and be fed wonderful food all day. For the more vigorous-minded, a 16 km long walk along the Tirthan River brings you to the Great Himalayan National Park; from there the endless possibilities of moderate to difficult hiking. Raju and Lata run a guest house that is clean, comfortable, and relatively inexpensive.
Fresh trout every day if you want it. It’s popular, so book ahead. Connected to civilization by a pulley bridge, this is the perfect spot for crisp air, fresh food and long walks. The Great Himalayan National Park is a short ride away.
Raju and his wife Lata have made the property very clean, comfortable, and relatively inexpensive, and to the surprise, trout is part of dinner, each day. Guests have a total run of the place including the kitchen, every surface of which is covered with a multitude of bottles and jars containing home-made, preservative-free juices, jellies and pickles, all for the taking, as you please. The refrigerator is forever stocked with munchies and guests can line up their beers and wines to cool, if required. No matter what time of day you enter the kitchen, you will find the table covered with casseroles of wholesome food prepared by Lata herself.
Food & Service: The lodge is run by the family members of Mr. Bharti and the homely service of the cottage makes you feel special.The rooms are beautiful made entirely of wood and food is amazing. Try trout fish and locally made jams and pickles.
To Do’s: Relax and enjoy the nature. Go for fishing in the Tirthan River( make sure to get the permit). Go for trekking in Great Himalayan National Park (needs permit too). All the permits are arranged by lodge owners.

We can pick you up at the airport and drive you to Goshaini. Driving is most convenient, although local transport also exists. The price is an All inclusive ( Food and Bed) ..........there is nothing to spend money on!
Location : Goshaini
Number of Rooms : 4 ( persons accommodated upto 15)
4. Himalayan Trout House -
Situated in Nagini on the banks of Tirthan river..It is a nice place to stay,Mr. Christopher is also a great host. here you have advantage of Trout Fishing.Run on the lines of a modern clubhouse replete with activities and facilities, The Himalayan Trout House is a social centre in the Tirthan valley providing a friendly place for locals and visiting fishermen, trekkers, campers and other holiday makers to meet each other, exchange stories, share bonfires and eat outs, read, listen to music, play games, laze in hammocks etc.
The Trout House offers different options of accommodation to suit all pockets. There are three pine panelled deluxe rooms with attached toilets and baths in the main house, 2 large furnished 14' by 14' Swiss Cottage tents for families and other teams, furnished 10by 10's and some smaller A's with sleeping bags for some more.
Location : Nagini
Number of Rooms : 4 ( persons accommodated upto 15)

4. Tirthan Valley Riverside Resort
River Side Resort & Adventures is situated at the Height of 6000 fts. It is constructed with a look of locally designed mountain home. Wod is largely used for construction. It is surrounded on two sides by Tirthan River with Kail & Chir Trees and chirping birds. It is unique place to experience the clam and peaceful stay by riverside. Right place for trout fishing and trekking in Great Himalayan National Park.

6. Shringi Vatika at Ghiyagi a little away from Tirthan - budget accommodation but with great service and reputation.
7. Camp Sunshine – Sahara
The First Ecotourism Camp of Himachal Pradesh is managed fully by trained and professional people belonging to the Ecozone of the GHNP. The camp has hosted a conference for over 110 delegates belonging to WMPA. It has full electricity backup serving food which is organically grown in the villages nearby. It is employing about 20 young men and women from the eco-zone after due training, giving indirect employment to about 200 people through various activities around the park. Serving as a base for soft adventure activities around the park like one day treks, multi-day treks, nature awareness camps, rock climbing, fishing, medicinal herbal treks etc. Other activities may include Woofing, (Working at Other peoples Farms), Organic gardening treks, volunteer guests etc. It’s having a handicraft center which will have small units for various NTFP’s and local handicrafts. It is also having a street theatre team that entertains the guests around the campfire making them aware of the biodiversity and problems around. Even the campfire wood is from a dedicated plantation minimizing the impact on environment.
  • Location: Deori Village
  • Accommodation Available
  • Twin sharing with beds: 12 Tents
  •  School Groups: Upto 50 people

Idiscovery Camp Tirthan Valley
These are camping tents usually operational between April to October.

  • Location : Sai Ropa
  • Number of tents with beds : 22


Helmut’s and Cinderella’s Campsite in Tirthan Valley

This ideal campsite is located by the white waters of the Tirthan River, just opposite the idiscovery camp above. Spending time with this unique couple gives one a in-depth insight into the dynamics of socio-cultural scene in the Tirthan Valley. Helmut Schon is an environmentalist who has started various small projects in the valley like “Hammock Building Unit “ , Organic Farm, Jam and other Food processing and advises SAHARA as a board member. Cindrella is from Mumbai and is an excellent cook. She home teaches there son “Audas.” One can spend the day in a locally made hammock which your host would erected on the edge of the beautiful waters of the Tirthan River - a truly relaxing place in a country village! Their cabin can provide facilities for the campers like telephone, internet etc. The accommodation is provided in dome tents by the side of the Tirthan river in which one can truly experience living in the bush kid of lifestyle.


Himalayan Villadom :

This amazing resort has been developed by local entrepreneurs . With 6 amazing cottages by the Tirthan river and a building consisting of 6 rooms and a dormitory, the Himalayan Villadom is an ideal get away retreat providing you clean and comfortable accommodation in the middle of fruit orchards and local village life. Location is opposite the Idicoveri camp.

  • Shringi Vatika, Shringpur Ghiyagi (6 kms down from Shoja): 


  • Shoja: Raja Guest House: 


  • Shoja PWD guest house:


  • Jibhi FRH:

1. Tirthan River :- The icy cold Tirthan stream is a tributary of Beas river and has its source in the Tirthan Glacier Himachal Pradesh. The Tirthan glacier is within the limits of the Great Himalayan National Park , a vast reserve of Himalayan flora and fauna. The Park and the glacier are also the source of the Sainj stream that joins the Tirthan briefly at Larji (aut) before tumbling into the Beas.The stream itself is fast flowing and icy cold.Tirthan is probably the only ‘free’ river in HP running its entire course with pure, crystal-clear water.

2. Waterfalls in Tirthan: There are two lonely waterfalls around an hour walking distance with higher one being more than 50 feet high. Both of them are very shortly separated from each other and are on the same walking trail.

3. Jalori Pass : Jalori Pass is situated at an altitude of 3120 meters,it is one of the steepest passes to drive in Himachal covering almost 2500 meters in less than 25 KMs to reach the top . You can have a meal at Shringi Vatika on the way back. Well this place is covered with snow from December end till March end.

4. Serloskar Lake: 5 KM from Jalori pass there is one lake which you can easily prefer to visit for a small trek.

5. Bachelo Pass: 15 KM en-rotue Bathaad, you can also visit this lonely pass that remains well covered with snow from December to February.


6. Great Himalayan National Park: On the other hand one could walk past Gushaini along the Tirthan to the entry of the Great National Himalayan Park. The Park is one of the most extensive preserves of Himalayan Flora and fauna in the country. There are various classic Himalayan treks through the park. It is necessary though to take daily permits from Sai Ropa before entering the park there and to carry all your own living arranements as there is only one hut in Shilt and that is for the guides.

Pilgrimage in Tirthan Valley

Tirthan has many Pilgrimage Destinations, Each village in valley has a local god known as devta. These deities have a fascinating history and play an important role in village affairs.

Three main important pilgrimage spots in Tirthan valley

  • Raktisar :- Located at the origin  of the Sainj River, Major pilgrimage centre


  • Hanskund:-  Located at the origin of the Tirthan River, major Pilgrimage centre


  • Sirikhand Mahadev :- just outside the southern border of the Great Himalayan National park. it is part of a famous pilgrimage circuit that includes Kinnaur Kailash and Mt. Kailash in Tibet. All three sites are regularly visited by locals and non-locals alike, particularly men, and are only accessible in the summer and fall months Hindu custom dictates that no leather articles are allowed anywhere in the immediate vicinity.

Trek to Shrikhand Mahadev Peak (5048 m) – 4-5 day trek to Shrikhand Mahadev can be done from Gushaini (Tirthan Valley), Shamatan (Kurpan Gad) or Jyura (Sutlej Valley). Shrikhand Mahadev Trek is Mainly undertaken in summers and peak is sacred to Hindus.

Festivals in Tirthan Valley

  • There is a special festival "Fagli" for four days in February in Tirthan valley. Fagli is a festival with masked dances and lots of merry-making.
  • There is also a month-long festival starting in mid-January which emphasizes visits with relatives and special foods.
  • A yearly fishing competition happens in Tirthan, sponsored by the Department of Fisheries, is also held along the Tirthan River in the fall.
  • The famous Dushera Festival, held in the town of Kullu during October, is a major event for the whole region.

Local Easy treks in Tirthan Valley


Neuli-Shangarh Trek
A three day trek traversing mountain trails and the villages of Shangarh and Lapah in Tirthan Valley. Includes a visit to a GHNP nursery where medicinal plants and tree are cultivated. Opportunities for interactions with students, farmers, and women weavers. Hiking through traditional villages and architecture, beautiful vistas, meadows, sacred groves, and terraced fields. Moderate elevation gain. Distance: 24 km


Neuli-Manu Temple Trek [Distance: 12 km. (round trip]

One- to two-day trek visiting a 200 year old Hindu temple with intricate wood carving. Opportunity to listen to Hindu prayers (puja) if a local pujari (priest) is available. Moderate to steep elevation to the temple.


Gushaini-Tinder Village Trek (Distance: 12 kms.)
One or two days trek from Gushaini to Tinder village which offers an insight into the village life, its cultural aspects and a walk through forests up to Kharongcha.


Siund-Saran-Ghat Seri-Pashi Villages Trek (Distance: 10 kms.)
 One- or two-days treks in Sainj River valley which includes steep climb to the ancient villages of Saran and Pashi with very old houses and distinct local architecture. Ghat Seri has a 6 hectare (appox. 12 acres) sacred grove and is an example of local biological diversity conserved in the forest area.

Nature Walks from Goshaini in Tirthan Valley

The Dev Kanda Temple Walk:

A strenuous trek uphill to the Devkanda mandir on the highest peak in the Valley. The reward at the top is a spectacular view of the valley below and of snow peaks and Himalayan Forest on the other side. To reap maximum benefits one should ideally camp up there on the peak on a full moon night and come down the day after. Though the descent is quicker and less tiring it takes skill and a keen sense of balance. Recommended only for skilled walkers/trekkers with stamina and perseverance.


Suggested Itinerary for Dev Kanda temple trek:

1. Departure in the morning as early as possible from the The Tirthan Valley, the first stretch   up ( 3 hours ) is unshaded and so its best to avoid midday sun.

2. Lunch and rest at Nadaar the last village below the peak. Take in some spectacular views  of the river through the valley below.

3. Continue to the peak (2 hours) to arrive there by 4 p.m. Set up camp and explore     surroundings. Enjoy 360 degree views. Rest.

4. Bonfire and dinner

5. Spend the next morning exploring the peak. Start down for Nadaar by 11 a.m. Lunch at  Nadaar. Continue down to the The Tirthan Valley to arrive by 5 p.m.


The Nature Walk to bandal Village in Tirthan Valley

From Gushaini walkers climb for about 20 minutes to the village of Bandal. After a brief visit to the Devi's temple one continues at the same level along the mountainside through thick virgin forest before it descends again to end at the The Tirthan Valley. Along this pleasant jungle walk one may pick up pine cones and woodroses, barks and sticks and flowers and nuts and bird feathers for craft items.

Suggested Itinerary

1. Depart as early as possible as the entire walk could take 8 – 10 hours with stops.
2. Stops and food breaks as you wish. Return to the The Tirthan Valley by 6 p.m.

The Road Stroll in Tirthan Valley

 Catch the local bus to either Bathad (9 km) or Banjar (6 km) and walk back along the road beside the river passing little villages and interacting with the local folk along the way. Other smaller walks include a brisk twenty minute climb to Calorie Rock on the mountainside behind the The Tirthan Valley or along the road to the Gushaini bridge and back or even to the offices of the Great National Himalayan Park at Sai Ropa and back.

 Observation and reading up on birds, insects and reptiles, flowers, fruit, trees, rocks and mountain formations, agriculture and gardening, visits to the trout fisheries .


Night Trekking in Tirthan Valley

 A one hour trek along the picturesque Tirthan river from road head Goshaini (3 kms from THTH) or up the Palachan from Bathaad (12 kms from THTH) will bring you to a quiet spot where you will set up camp there in Trekking tents for the night. As facilities available are minimum trekkers will receive a basic course in survival in the wild and have to fend for themselves, setting up tents and collecting firewood and helping with the cooking.

 The Tirthan Valley is known for its stunning landscape with excellent trekking and mountaineering possibilities. It is also known for a number of successful development programs working with the local population to preserve the environment they live in. In an effort to combine these two features of the area, NIGHT TREKKING was born.

Sunshine Adventures a local trekking company promoted this as a unique concept.Sunshine will make sure that the money you spend will stay in the area you've visited. Profits from our treks will support local projects initiated by Sunshine SAHARA Adventures . Our guides and porters are always highly experienced local professionals who know the area well and are happy to share their understanding of local customs, plants and wildlife with you.

About Great Himalayan National Park


If we talk about Tirthan valley & do not mention about The Great Himalayan National park, It is an Injustice. Great Himalayan Central park ( GHNP) is so central to Tirthan Valley that it involves almost every sphere of life in Tirthan Valley.

The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is located in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh, India. Initially constituted in 1984, GHNP is the youngest National park was formally declared a National Park in 1999, covering an area of 754.4 sq kms. In 1994.

About Great Himalayan National park Eco Zone

 A buffer zone of 5 km from the Park’s western boundary, covering 265.6 sq km. and including 2,300 households in 160 villages, was delineated as an Ecozone. Most of the population (about 15,000 to 16,000 people) in the Ecozone are poor and dependent on natural resources for their livelihoods.


About Sainj WildLife santuary

Sainj Wildlife Sanctuary (90 sq km) was created around the three villages of Shagwar, Shakti, and Marore.


About Tirthan wild Life Sanctuary

On the southern edge of the GHNP, another Protected Area (PA) was declared, known as Tirthan Wildlife Sanctuary. This covers 65 sq km and is without habitation. More recently, in 2010, both the Sainj and Tirthan Wildlife Sanctuaries were added to GHNP,


Now with addition of above Sanctuaries,  The total area under Park administration (National Park, Wildlife Sanctuaries and Ecozone) is 1171 sq km, which is together referred to as the Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area (GHNPCA).


About Khirganga National Park

In 2010, an area of 710 sq km of the Parvati river catchment contiguous to the northern boundary of GHNP was initially notified as the Khirganga National Park, adding significant biological diversity, conservation value, and physical protection to GHNP. The boundaries of GHNP are also contiguous with the Pin Valley National Park (675 sq km) in Trans-Himalaya, the Rupi Bhabha Wildlife Sanctuary (503 sq km) in Sutlej watershed and the Kanawar Wildlife Sanctuary (61 sq km), adding additional protection and conservation value and opening up extended wildlife corridors.



Tirthan valley  Himachal Quick Facts at a Glance
Tirthan valley  at a Glance
Top 25  Quick facts About Tirthan valley     
Tirthan valley Coordinates:     
Country  India  
State Himachal Pradesh  
District kullu   
Tirthan valley is world famous for  Tirthan River+ Waterfalls in Tirthan+. Jalori Pass +Serloskar Lake+Great Himalayan National Park
Tirthan valley main Culture/Religion Hinduism  
Tirthan valley Elevation 1600 Meters 5300 Feet
Tirthan valley PIN    
Tirthan valley Telephone code   STD code
Tirthan valley Vehicle registration    
Tirthan valley Nearest Airport   kullu (Bhuntar) 250 Kms
Tirthan valley  2nd Nearest Airport   450 Kms
Tirthan valley  Nearest Train Station  Joginder Nagar 120 Kms
Tirthan valley Nearest Main City Kullu 245 kms
Tirthan valley Distance from Delhi 551 kms  
Tirthan valley Lowest Temprature 0°C  
Tirthan valley Highest temperature 24°C  
Tirthan valley Tourist Months March to November  
Tirthan valley Main River Tirthan River  
Top 5 Attractions in Tirthan valley     
Tirthan valley Main Attraction1 Tirthan River  
Tirthan valley Main Attraction2 Waterfalls in Tirthan  
Tirthan valley Main Attraction3 Jalori Pass  
Tirthan valley Main Attraction4 Serloskar Lake  
Top 5 Accomodation  in Tirthan valley   TA Rating
Sai Ropa FRH Hotel  
Hotel Trout Valley Hotel  
Raju Bharti’s Guest House Hotel  
Himalayan Trout House Hotel  
Top 5 Restaurants in Tirthan valley    
Apple Country Resort - Pure Veg Resort, Manali    
Tirthan Valley Riverside Resort    
Top 5 Personalities of Tirthan valley    
Top 5 Events in Tirthan valley    


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