during our 4 days of journey we visited the tirthan valley gushaini and jibhi. to reach gushaini one needs to reach Aut when coming from Delhi so we boarded our bus from Majnu ka tila at around 10.30 pm which costed us around 1200 per person. It was scheduled to reach Aut by 10.30 am but it got late and reached at around 12.30 pm. From Aut one can take an HRTC bus to gushaini or can hire a private taxi. we opted for the latter as we were already late for our destination. it costed us around rs 1200 for the 30km journey which took around 50 minutes to reach. gushaini is a beautiful village on sides of river tirthan, there are many homestay as well as hotels out there which are much cheaper than there online rates so I would suggest people to not book anything online when coming to gushaini. we opted for a beautiful homestay at 1200 bucks for a night which literally was on the banks of river tirthan. there are many options that one can try in gushaini the major being being The Great Himalayan National Park which can be explored when one has 3-4 days in hand if you are there for 1 day like we were then trying out trout fishing would be advisable here since the river tirthan is quite shallow and catching the beautiful fishes is easier as compared to other places. the cost of trout fishing is around 500-700 bucks. apart from this one can trek till chhoie waterfall which is an hours trek from village Nagini.
NATURE & NIRVANA AT TIRTHAN RIVERVIEW HOMESTAYBased at an altitude of 1600 mts there’s a hidden village in Himachal Pradesh called Gushaini. It lies in the Tirthan Valley which will leave you in awe. Full of natural wonders, the valley has an amazing amount of flora and fauna. This place is apt for people seeking peace and nirvana. Best thing about the valley is that the people here follow community-based Eco-tourism. Here, you can often see people carrying their own dustbins and keeping good care of nature. Desi Travelers recently visited Tirthan Valley and stayed at Tirthan Riverview Homestay. The valley has a lot to offer to the tourists like waterfalls, forests, wildlife and natural lakes. Not only that the valley also hosts Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) a world heritage site.
Gushaini - Rolla (9km/ 6,890 feet)The trek begins from Gushaini village towards the eco-zone of the GHNP, you pass through two villages Ropa and Kauncha. The trek is mostly easy on this day. You will also pass by the house of the only human living in GHNP, a charming lady who lives all by herself without any modern ameneties.