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River Tirthan is one of the less explored fishing camps in India. The pristine glacial waters of the river are home to an abundant population of rainbow and brown trout. Though all the dishes prepared by the owners are worth savouring, fresh trout prepared with a pahadi recipe is a must-have while staying there. You don't get a lot of options in food because it is home-cooked by the owners but the dishes that they do prepare are absolutely delectable.
Tirthan Valley is easily accessible by all means of transport.
By Rail: The nearest railway stations to Tirthan are Ambala and Kiratpur, both of which are well-connected with other cities by a rail network. Once at these stations, you can take a taxi to the valley.
By Road: To get to Tirthan Valley, you will need to board a bus to AUT which is only 26 kilometers from the valley. From there you can board the bus going to Gushaini and get off at Bari Ropa where Mr Naresh will come to pick you up. Otherwise, you can also take a cab from AUT/Bari Ropa.
By Flight: The closest airport is Bhuntar, 35 kilometers away. Book a cab from there to the valley.
Priced at only INR 2,831 for rooms while INR 836 for tents, the place will untether you from all the worries of your worldly urban life. Book now!
All images are taken from Tirthan Stream Spirit Home Stay and Camp.
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