Himachal Pradesh is the state Indians turn to during the summer season. It is full of spectacular places to visit in the hot months of April to July. Home to some breathtaking hill stations, stunning trekking trails and splendid weather during summer, Himachal Pradesh is truly one of the most incredible destinations of India. While several hill stations of Himachal like Shimla and Manali have become popular tourist attractions, there are still some hidden gems in the state that are worth exploring. One such destinations is the Tirthan Valley. (ALSO SEE Unexplored hill stations near Delhi: 10 beautiful getaways from Delhi that are not crowded) A riverside getaway, the Tirthan Valley is abundant in natural beauty thanks to the stunning landscapes of lush green, cloud-kissed mountains all around. It also offers a wide array of activities like trekking, fishing, village-hopping and loads of doing nothing. So, if you wish to explore an offbeat place this summer, Tirthan Valley is your go-to destination. Here are all the details on how to reach Tirthan Valley by road, train and flight.
How to reach Tirthan Valley by road
Tirthan is located near Kullu. To reach Tirthan by road, you need to take the Chandigarh-Manali highway and turn off at Aut. Tirthan Valley is at a distance of 513 km from New Delhi. Here is the detailed route:
From Aut, the riverside route is extremely picturesque and takes around 90 minutes. The ebst way to reach Tirthan Valley by road is drive yourself or hire a private vehicle.
How to reach Tirthan Valley by train
The nearest railhead from Tirthan Valley is Kiratpur which is 7 hours away or Ambala which is 8 hours away. Here is the road route from Ambala Cant Jn to Tirthan Valley:
How to reach Tirthan Valley by flight
The nearest airport to reach Tirthan Valley is the Kullu-Manali airport which is the hub for most Himachal destinations. From the airport, you can hire a private vehicle to reach Tirthan Valley. It will take close to 90 minutes. Here is the route:
So, stop wasting time and book your tickets now. The majestic Tirthan Valley in Himachal Pradesh awaits you.