The first stop was Jibhi waterfalls and it wasn't something that I wanted to behold. The waterfall was more like somebody had left a tap running. A bit of bummer! But thankfully, we (my dearest friend and I) met a travel vlogger who was aware of the places around and advised us on the same. We then went to get some food and landed in at a cute place that didn't offer good Momos, though. After walking in the cold and taking breaks to breath, we crossed a bridge and found ourselves at Cafe Old skool. Back in Mudhouse conversations over bonfire were more like outpourings of heart filled with UNO sessions and Dal Tadka- Chawal.
Jibhi has too many hidden waterfalls which you need time to find. We had to go back on this day. So we decide to hike up to the Jibhi waterfall and if possible take a dip in it. We did make our way to the fall and it was beautiful. Also the hike was beautiful.
There is a very beautiful hidden waterfall which is around 1kms far from Jibhi village.
We checked out of the hotel and we started our journey to Tirthan valley as one of my friend told me that Jibhi waterfall is a place to explore so we headed towards it and reached by 4 in the eveing. We spended 1-2 quality hours and clicked pictures.Then about the next stoppage we had two options that we can return back by same route or return by other route so that we can explore more.
Visit to the Jibhi Waterfall