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“GNHP and a Great Jalori pass awaits you”
Review of Tirthan Valley

Ranked #1 of 20 things to do in Kullu
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Vadodara, Gujarat, India
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“GNHP and a Great Jalori pass awaits you”
Reviewed May 9, 2013

Turn right before the AUT Tunnel on KULLU road from Mandi HP.Sainj and tirthan valleys greet you.Drive up to reach jalori Pass at the top and even Sutlej river valley Rampur or narkanda at the eastern end of this peaks pass.Stay at many guest houses or tented accomodation or villages or Rajus Guest house or Brahma kumaris guest house at Gushaini Village ahead.See Lkarjee and sai ropa Forests Interpretation center and buy souvenirs of the GNHPark.To trek that and enjoy this voyage more take help of Panki and Ankit Sood brothers of www.sunshinehimalayaadventures.com or forests department of H.P.be careful it is a jungle out there.If hurt ,minimal help is at kullu town 3 hours away.Eat trout and see trout fish breeding centers too.YHAI has a cycling expedition each year on this scenic route.join in some day.

Visited June 2012
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“RAJU's GUEST HOUSE, GUSHAINI”
Reviewed April 15, 2013

We stayed here at the end of our Himachal trip for 3 nights (don't stay for any less since the drive here will tire you out!) . The food is out of this world- cooked by the hosts. The home made jams, pickles and juices are free flowing and absolutely divine. The rush of the Thirthan just below your window totally relaxes you whether you are walking beside it, lazing on a rock or even sitting by your bedroom window. The hosts aren't intrusive yet work tirelessly to ensure your bed tea is in on time, your food is hot and cooked to perfection, you catch trout (even if you've been sitting for hours and haven't managed it yourself!) and your bon fire is lit in the evenings to keep you warm.

The most thrilling part is crossing the river in the little ropeway - I did that over and over again and never tired of it.

The only disappointment was not being able to visit the National Park. Don't expect to see the Himalayan National Park unless you have transport the likes of a Pajero since its 8 kms from the guesthouse and the road is supposed to be very bad. Else, there's a trout farm near by that you can visit from where the cottage gets their daily supply of absolutely mouth watering trout!

Visited April 2013
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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“Unspoilt location”
Reviewed April 14, 2013

This is located almost an hours drive from Aut. Very serene location. We stayed at River Side resort in the middle of Tirthan river, an excellent location. There is also Government accomodation cottages/dorms available a few hundred metres away at throwaway prices. Ideal stopover for treks to Great Himalayan National Park or a 2-3 day stay before heading to the crowded Kulu/Manali.

There is a waterfall one can trek to.

Visited April 2013
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
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“RAJU GUEST HOUSE, GUSHAINI”
Reviewed March 10, 2013

Its an awesome, excellent place in the hills. very good location, owner, friendly & hospitable owner. Raju Bharti's wife , an excellent cook & son is very friendly. The best way to get there is from Jalori Pass. Then follow the follow'g milestones - Larji Bazar, Khundan Mor, Jibhi. After Jibhi & before Banjar Rd Town, there is a steep turn like a u to Bathar. Take this turn . Then one has to follow & will get Sairopa, Nagni, Mungla & then Gushaini. One has to be careful & look for a blue colrs Jeep parked. This is the stop where one has to park & call Raju Bharti. I suppose one cannot have words to describe till he experiences Raju Guest House.
We stayed here for 3 nights.

Visited September 2012
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“Tirthan Valley and Raju's Guest House”
Reviewed November 27, 2012

I have been to the Tirthan valley almost 100 times in a span of 23 years Since 1989.

The Valley and the winding roads with the crystal clear water of the Tirthan River always makes you feel refreshed. I love the drive from Aut to Gushaini and upto Jalori pass.

And one thing which has improved with each and every visit is the quality of stay and food at this little heaven, Just across the River before small hamlet of Gusaini. And the best thing is the cooking of Mrs. Bharti (Lata Ji), she will surprise you with delicacies like Morrell Mushrooms Pulao and Post Dana Chutney along with many verities of rainbow & brown trout freshly caught from the river.

And the bonfire with some drinks in the courtyard every evening is mesmerizing, specially if you have a friend/family member who can play some tunes on guitar. The freshly made pakora's and fresh finger chips keep coming.

Wish to be there again soon.

Visited July 2012
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