Family Friendly Travel Guide and Itinerary for Tirthan Valley

Tirthan Valley, located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, is a serene and peaceful destination that offers a perfect getaway for families looking to spend some quality time amidst nature. The valley is known for its stunning landscapes, glistening rivers, and quaint villages that provide a glimpse into the traditional Himachali way of life. In this family-friendly travel guide, we will take you through the best places to visit and things to do in Tirthan Valley.

Day 1: Arrive in Tirthan Valley and Relax

After a long journey, it’s important to take some time to relax and rejuvenate. Check into a cozy homestay or a resort in Tirthan Valley and spend the day unwinding. The valley has a very slow but uplifting vibe, and it helps you to align yourself fully with nature. Take a leisurely walk by the river or just sit back and soak in the natural beauty of the valley. You can also visit the nearby trout fish farm and try your hand at fishing.

Day 2: Explore the Great Himalayan National Park

The Great Himalayan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-visit destination for nature lovers. The park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including snow leopards, musk deer, and Himalayan black bears. Take a guided trek into the park and explore the stunning landscapes and wildlife. You can hike upto the main gate of the Great Himalayan National Park from Gushaini, which is around 8 kilometres away. Going beyond the gate requires a permit which you can get from the forest range office in Village Sairopa.

Serolsar Lake Trek

Day 3: Visit Serolsar Lake and Jalori Pass

Serolsar Lake is a hidden gem tucked away in the hills of Tirthan Valley. The lake is surrounded by dense forests and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Take a trek to the lake and enjoy a peaceful picnic by its tranquil waters. Jalori Pass, located at an altitude of 3,120 meters, is a scenic drive away from the lake and offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas. The trek to the lake starts from Jalori top itself and it is 6 kilometres long hike that takes you through some beautiful trails in the forest.

Day 4: Experience Traditional Himachali Culture

Visit the nearby village of Gushaini and immerse yourself in the traditional Himachali way of life. The village is home to a number of traditional temples, including the Gushaini Temple. You can also interact with the friendly locals and learn about their way of life.

Tirthan Himachali Dance

Day 5: Enjoy the Drive

There are several uphill driving options in and around Tirthan Valley that offers magnificent views from different angles of the valley from different points. One such option is to drive to the Sharchi village which is a hilltop and offers the amazing views of the quaint Tirthan Valley. The drive takes you through the pine forest and offers aerial views of the Tirthan and Flachan river and the small town of Gushaini. Another option is to take a drive towards the Flachan Valley and reach a place called Bathad.

Day 6: Explore the Chhoie Waterfall

The Chhoie Waterfall is a stunning natural wonder that is located in the heart of Tirthan Valley. Take a short trek to the waterfall and enjoy a picnic by its pristine waters. You can also take a dip in the refreshing waters of the falls. Chhoie waterfall is a perfect spot for nature lovers, photographers, and adventure enthusiasts. The trek to the waterfall offers an opportunity to explore the beauty of the Tirthan Valley, and the waterfall itself is a serene and tranquil spot to spend some time in the lap of nature.

Chhoie Waterfall

Day 7: Departure

It’s time to say goodbye to Tirthan Valley and head back home with memories that will last a lifetime. Tirthan Valley is surely going to give you a feeling that clears off your head and later you’ll be going to focus better on your inner well being.

Where to stay in Tirthan Valley?

Divine Tirthan

To complement your journey to Tirthan Valley, you need a perfect place to stay. Right? Divine Tirthan is your place.

Overlooking the tranquil Tirthan River and majestic mountain peaks of Tirthan Valley, DivineTirthan is your home away from home. With the enchanting views all around, travelers may choose among different categories of rooms. The rooms are picturesque, aesthetic, rustic and give you the warm feeling in the cold weather. You may choose to sip chai while listening to old hindi songs, read a book, meditate or pamper yourself in your own way. Our in-house restaurant serves you with delicious home cooked food. This part of the property observes the exchange of wonderful stories among travelers which enhances your experience and you take wonderful and joyful memories back home.

The best part about Divine Tirthan is that the people you meet become great companions on your journey. The conversations that happen at the property have an element of depth and inspiration which is necessary to develop a bond with others at a human level.

Best time to visit Tirthan Valley?

Tirthan Valley is an year round destination as it flaunts different shades of nature every month. Though the best time to visit Tirthan Valley is from March to June and from September to November. During these months, the weather is pleasant, and the valley is at its most beautiful with lush greenery, blooming flowers, and clear blue skies. The temperature during the daytime ranges from 15°C to 25°C, and the evenings can get chilly, with temperatures dropping to around 10°C. The winter season from December to February is also a good time to visit for those who enjoy snowfall and winter sports. However, the temperatures during the winter months can drop to sub-zero levels, making it a challenging time for some visitors.

In conclusion, Tirthan Valley is a perfect family-friendly destination that offers a blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure activities. This itinerary is just a suggestion, and you can customize your trip based on your interests and preferences. So pack your bags and get ready to explore this hidden gem in the heart of the Himalayas.

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