Description: Tirthan Valley is one of the most beautiful place in Himachal Pradesh. Thirthan Valley draws its name from Tirthan River, which originates from glaciers of Himalaya. It is perennial river of cold and clear glacier water. It is abundant of trout fish. A virtual paradise for anglers.
If is an off beat trek far from the meddling clouds. Ideal for trekker and natural lovers
Tirthan Valley For Students: The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is located in the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh(Tirthan Valley), India. Initially constituted in 1984, GHNP was formally declared a National Park in 1999, covering an area of 754.4 sq kms. In 1994, two major changes were made in land use around the Park. 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.
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- Day 1 : Manali - Tirthan (135kms/5hrs)
- Day 2 : Shoja - Jalori Pass - Seolsar Lake
- Day 3 : Great Himalayan Nation Park/Adventure activities/Leisure
- Day 4 : Tirthan - Manali