The Tirthan valley is the main gateway to the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP). Actually, without the national park, the secluded valley would have probably remained unknown.
The name of the valley comes from the Tirthan River that flows from Tirth, its origins located in the GHNP, and ends at Larji in the Beas river.
Compared to other destination in Himachal, the valley is still well preserved and offers the perfect environment for those who are looking for a peaceful holiday.
The region is dotted with Himalayan villages.
You will be fascinated by the quaint aspect of the traditional architecture. The welcoming atmosphere in the villages and the good mood of people will leave your mind with a lot of sweet memories.
The Tirthan valley has plenty of hidden gems and so, it will allow you to enjoy various activities such as relaxation, day hikes, multi day treks or trout angling.
One of the favorite experience of our visitors is camping in the wild. Without having to trek, this allow you to enjooy the Himalayn wilderness and fall asleep under the stars.
Another great activity : the easy hikes from Jalori pass that give you amazing views of the Himalayan range.
As a fragile gem of Himachal Pradesh, the Tirthan valley may be threatened by mass tourism.
In order to conserve the area, Himalayan Ecotourism promotes a more responsible tourism and offers activities that respect the environment with a professional team always ready to help you.