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The Eternal Himalayas


Humans have inhabited himachal since the dawn of civilization. They have discovered the secret of living in harmony with nature. For thousands of years the people of Himachal have understood the laws of nature and have developed a strong bond with the mountains, the forests and the river. This bond is visible in the everyday life of rural himachal. Even today the rural life of himachal reflects this ancient understanding of being one with nature.

*Shree Bijli Mahadev Trek
*Khir Ganga into the parvati Valley
*Prashar Rishi Temple and Lake
*Thirthan Valley tour for fresh trout fishing
*Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake

“What better place to begin with than the state Himachal which has so much to offer that is still unexplored and untouched.. “
To an enthusiastic, outgoing tourist our endeavour is to bring the personal and first-hand experience of travelling in Himachal. Nature Gateway just happens to be the best way of doing that.


“What better place to begin with than the state Himachal which has so much to offer that is still unexplored and untouched.. “

To an enthusiastic, outgoing tourist our endeavour is to bring the personal and first-hand experience of travelling in Himachal.
Nature Gateway just happens to be the best way of doing that.

Details :

  • Khir Ganga into the parvati Valley
    Khirganga is situated in Parvati Valley at a distance of 22 km from Manikaran. For Khirganga, one has to go by motor-able road up to a place called ‘Barshaini’ and from there to Khirganga on foot. This trek leads through hilly terrain. This is the place where ‘Kartik Ji’, the elder son of ‘Lord Shiva’ remained in ‘samadhi’ for thousands of years.
    Kheer Ganga is one of the most refreshing treks that you can go on anywhere. The natural hot-water-spring experience is something that you will remember for a lifetime. Most people who reach this place always come back for seconds as there you can simply not get enough of such a place. The place is open for about 7 months in a year and is not permanently inhabited.
    The trek is very pleasant and offers some exhilarating views. The vegetation changes dramatically and opens up into a flatland that is graced by the occasional tent, the few guest houses and cafes and the temple premises which also comprises of the hot water spring.
    After the climb you are rewarded with release from all your pains during the day and get to bathe in the hot spring and rejuvenate yourself. Even though there is a hot spring at the gurudwara down at Mankiaran, the experience of Kheer Ganga is unique in so many ways.
    There are also good facilities for accommodation and food here considering that all the goods are taken via mules or human carriers. The locals sprint down the slopes with heavy goods on their back. There is simply no way that you can keep up with the locals when they ascend and descend. The friendly nature of the people is more than the warmth you need as all the things that you can think for are provided for at highly reasonable rates.
    Visiting the temple at early dawn before you proceed to the pool is customary. The biting cold is forgotten once your body is in that sulphur heated water.
    The first thing that you will need is a good sturdy pair of shoes and a backpack. The size of your backpack will vary as per your plans of stay. If you plan to stay for a day, it can be a small backpack. However there is only one small problem with staying there for one day, your heart will melt away as you walk away from the place. You will also have to decide whether you would like to camp or rent. Camping here is easy and you will get all that you need. Carrying a raincoat with you is a good thing to do since the weather can be unpredictable sometimes. Basic things like a torch should also not be neglected just in case. There is no electricity in Kheer Ganga and the lights are all run on solar power. Remember to carry some food with you as you climb up and descend. Water is not a problem as the valley provides in plenty for you. The water from the streams in the valley people say is better than the best of what even Evian can give to you.
  • Prashar Rishi Temple and Lake
    Prashar Lake lies ~70 km south of Kullu, with a three storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar. The Lake is located at a height of 2730 m above sea level. With deep blue waters, the lake is held sacred to the sage Prashar and he is regarded to have meditated there. An interesting thing about Parashar Lake is its floating circular island, that keeps changing its position through-out the year. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the lake can be approached via a motorable link-road from Bajaura near Buntar.
    The temple was built in the thirteenth century and the Lake is said to be unclear how deep it is, with a diver not being able to determine its depth.
  • Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake
    Jalori Pass is the boundery of the Inner & Outer Seraj we can see the inner Seraj valley and Outer Seraj at same time from one place. Serolsar Lake 4 km walking trek from Jalori Pass. Walk to Seolsar Lake through forests full of oak, blue pine, spruce, fir and Deodar. serolsar is a holy place.
  • Tirthan Valley for exclusive nature and traut fishing
    Tirthan valley is named after a sacred water spring “TIRTH” The spring is the origin of Tirthan stream and water is adored as sanctifying as that of legendry Ganga river .The valley begins its domain from Largi , the place where Tirthan and Sainj streams merge with Biyas river . Dam at Largi holds the water of these three rivers . The valley is glorified and beautified by perennial alpine trees and lush green pastures. And to top it all ,Tirthan stream abounds in trout fish and is globally renowned for angling. British rulers identified Tirthan water, crystal clean as it is , most suitable for trout fish They brought seeds of best quality fish from SCANDANAVIAN countries and put them in the Tirthan stream to thrive.

    Attractions of Tirthan Valley:

    Great Himalayan National Park
    Great Himalayan National Park, H.P. having area of 754 sqkm. Height ranging from 2000 meters to 5800 mtrs. It is land of glaciers and steppes and virtual heaven for trekkers. It is bordered by high Himalayan peaks on eastern parts and snow covered area on its northern and southern parts. A considerable portion of the park specially the eastern park remains covered with snow throughout the year.

    ChehniKothi (TraditionalFort)
    Chehni Kothi is a 1500 years old building. It was the fortified residence of Rana Dhadhia. Initially it was 15 storeys high but after the earthquake of 1905 only 10 storeys were left. Presently this structure built of stone and wood only (No cement) stands around approximately 60 feet high. The ground floor is bigger in area as compared to the upper storeys giving it a cone like appearance.
    This place is near Banjar by road, followed by 3 km uphill walk. This is a typical Kullu architecture.

    WaterFall
    1kms from the Hotel Trout Valley. A beautiful waterfall in the wild forest for bathing and enjoying.

  • Inclusions :


    *Transportation by Non A/C Indica Car (2Pax) or Tavera (4 Pax & 6 Pax) for the entire tour. Inc of Toll Tax, Parking, Driver allowance, State tax
    *All sightseeing and excursion as per the itinerary
    *Mentioned or similar hotels on MAP (Breakfast and Dinner Basis)
    *A/C Supplement Cost Rs 1000/- , Inn ova A/C Supplement Cost Rs 2000/-

    Attracting Places to Visit

    • Attracting Places

      Chehni Kothi

      Chehni is famous for its Chehni kothi which is 1500 years old and still has its magnificence maintained. Residence of Rana Dhadhia this mansion had 15 stories but presently only 10 are left. But despite of the wear and tear the kothi speaks for itself the grandeur attached to it and the architectural skills of the artisans of that times. Chehni Kothi is in Banjar valley and is 53 KMs from Kullu.

    • Attracting Places

      Great Himalayan National Park

      The Himalayas have been a source of awe and inspiration for millennia to countless individuals. They are the largest, tallest and geographically youngest mountains on our planet. The Himalayas are also one of the most fragile mountain regions of the world and hold an enormous repository of biological diversity which is increasingly under pressure from human activities. The unique ecological aspects of the Western Himalaya led to the creation of the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP).

    • Attracting Places

      Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake

      Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake Jalori Pass is the boundery of the Inner & Outer Seraj we can see the inner Seraj valley and Outer Seraj at same time from one place. Serolsar Lake 4 km walking trek from Jalori Pass. Walk to Seolsar Lake through forests full of oak, blue pine, spruce, fir and Deodar, 3 Kms. trekking from Jalori Pass

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