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Weekend Getaway Tirthan - 3 Nights 4 Days

Rejuvenate in the endless beauty of Himalayas a complete solitude for soul


Overview

perched at an altitude of over 1600 meters above sea level, the riverside retreat of Tirthan is an adventure-centric getaway blessed with a wealth of nature’s treasures. Located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, Tirthan Valley derives its name from the Tirthan river, which winds its way through it. The pristine river originates from the icy cold glacial springs of Hanskund, a snow-capped peak in the verdant Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP).


Access

Tirthan (550 kms from Delhi) one must turn off from Aut , just before the Pandoh 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


Itinerary

Overnight journey to Tirthan Valley into the Great Himalayan National Park

Arrival at Tirthan Valley check in and , freshening up rest around the serene and calm Tirthan river and then 2 km drive, followed by a 1 km walk to a nearby waterfall. Enjoy the day around the waterfall and come back by evening , followed by bonfire and dinner

After  breakfast get ready  for 7km (4 hrs) trek to Great Himalayan National Park. The trek to the park goes along with the Tirthan River, crossing Ancient Himalayan villages for a unique Kath Kuni Designs Houses and Temples  into the  deep forest. The trekking to GHNP is one of the finest trekking paths of the country. The views from the national park are spectacular. Spend the day in the park and enjoy the views with Himalayan flora and fauna . Come back by the evening, have some snacks and dinner and enjoy the bonfire

After break fast visit Nature park on can enjoy river rafting and Visit beautiful Bijleshwar Mahadev Temple unique Artitecture of Mahabarta Era or visit Moneastry evening Departure


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). In June 2014, the Great Himalayan National Park was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Committee granted the status to the park under the criteria of "outstanding significance for biodiversity conservation

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