Hey Tejas, September to April - May is a good time for Tirthan. I went there last October, and it was beautiful. Here's a suggested itinerary for a Jibhi trip: Day 1: Arrival in Jibhi Arrive in Jibhi and check into your accommodation. Take some time to relax and acclimate to the beautiful surroundings. In the evening, explore the nearby areas and enjoy a leisurely walk by the Tirthan River. Day 2: Serolsar Lake Trek After breakfast, embark on a day trek to Serolsar Lake, a beautiful high-altitude lake surrounded by dense forests. Enjoy the scenic beauty and tranquility of the lake, and have a packed lunch amidst nature. Return to Jibhi by evening and spend some time exploring the local markets. Day 3: Waterfall and Jalori Pass Visit the Jibhi Waterfall and spend some time enjoying the mesmerizing views and the sound of cascading water. Afterward, head to Jalori Pass, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. If time permits, take a short trek to the nearby Chehni Kothi, an ancient wooden tower. Day 4: Day at Leisure or Explore Tirthan Valley Option 1: Relax and enjoy a peaceful day at your accommodation, taking in the scenic beauty of Tirthan Valley. Option 2: Explore the picturesque Tirthan Valley, visit Gushaini Village, and take a walk along the river. Day 5: Departure Check out Gone Fishing Cottages or Blue Sheep Tirthan for accommodation, they're both amazing!