Tirthan Valley is part of Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh. As the name suggests its a valley along the Tirthan river which is one of major tributaries of river Beas. Tirthan River originates from Tirath glacier, flows through the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), Gushaini, Banjar and finally joins Beas at Larji Dam near Aut.
Tirthan river is known for its clear turquoise blue waters and its also a habitat for Rainbow Troutfish . Tourists come to Tirthan valley for solace and also for Trout fishing (Angling). Adventure activities like rock climbing, rive crossing, rappelling, mountain biking and trekking-camping can be done in Tirthan valley.
Area around Tirthan river also grows apples and other seasonal fruits, people come here for apple picking during the month of July, August and first half of September.
There are multiple stay options in Tirthan valley, most of them are local homestays and Guest houses. For eating you have to depend on the kitchens of these homestays and guest houses as restaurants are not there in the valley. While in Tirthan you should try the local rainbow trout, it’s a local delicacy.
Around Tirthan there are multiple site-seeing points, some of them can be reached via jeep while you can trek to the others. Points like Sarchi, Jamala, Pekhri, Bathad, Banjar, Shoja, Jibhi and Jalori pass are motorable while Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) and Hippo rock and the waterfall are to be accessed on foot. A week or 10 days are good enough to explore Tirthan Valley, culture, food and places around the valley.
Serolsar Lake presents a breathtaking view to people who trek up to the destination, making their efforts seem worthwhile. Situated amidst dense oak and pine forests at a height of 3140m above sea level, a camping package at the Lake offers a perfect weekend getaway option for people seeking a refreshing break from the noise and pollution of the cities.
The relatively easy trek is completed in a span of just 2 to 3 hours, which leaves the participants with ample time to explore and take in the beauty of the region. The 3 day and 2 night long trip leaves the trekkers totally refreshed and reenergized.
|6 Meals (2 Breakfast + 2 Lunch + 2 Dinner + Tea) all Veg|
|Shared Cabs from Jalori Pass >> Jalori Pass >> Jalori Pass|
|Stay at Seolsar Lake (Camping / HomeStay / GuestHouse)|
|Gear (Sticks + SnowGaiters + DayBags + Tent + Sleeping Bag + Matts + Lights)|
|Certified Guide + Support Staff + Safety Equipment|
|Volvo Travel from Delhi >> Tirthan >> Delhi|
|Non-veg and Wines|
|Porter if needed & hired|
|Any Extra meals or Snacks or juice or water that you purchase|
|Anything which is not part of inclusion|
|Cost Escalation due to "Force Majeure" and evacuation charges|
The snow on the Himalayas adds majesty to the mountains and the innumerable flower patches of vivid colors add to its beauty. When the sun shines hot on this field, thousands of flowers bloom here.View this Activity
Bhrigu lake is a glacial lake named after renowned sage Bhrigu Rishi. This lake is on the mountain ranges of Pir-Panjal situated towards the south of Rohtang Pass. It’s a sacred lake as Maharishi Bhrigu used to mediate near the lake.View this Activity
©2020 Flysports Treks and Tours. All rights reserved.