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Things to do in Jibhi

Jibhi is often called Himachal’s outstanding kept secret. This city is so beautiful that one has to rub one’s eyes to truly believe in its presence. Jibhi is situated 494 kilometers from Delhi in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Small, secluded houses encompassed by lush green deodar trees, which are encompassed by majestic mountains. This place has now become a perfect tourist destination for backpackers and hikers. Various different trips around Jibhi can be planned here such as the famous Serolsar Lake hike, Choi waterfall, or Cheni Kothi hike. These hikes are for beginners and therefore can be conveniently completed by anyone of any age group.

Things to do in Jibhi

Once you arrive in Jibhi, you can scrutinize the surrounding village and experience the quiet and serene life of the Bhadi people in this area. One can explore some of the most alluring hikes around Jibhi. Some of the amazing things to do in Jibhi are such as –

Trithan Valley

Like most other valleys in Himachal Pradesh, Tirthan Valley also gets its name from the river that runs through it. A major tributary of the river Beas, the Tirthan River rises from the frigid glacial lake atop Hanskund (4,800 meters) situated inside the Great Himalayan National Park in southeast Kullu. This river flows through a V-shaped valley and opens quite wide at the bottom as it approaches the River Beas. On standard tourist maps, Tirthan Valley stretches from Banjar to Ptahad and is dotted with several other villages such as Sai Ropa, Nagini, and Goshini, etc. on the river bank. 

The entire valley is encircled by lush green forest with alpine canyons and deciduous forests. This valley is situated 8 Km before the entrance to the Great Himalayan National Park. So, if you are planning a trip to Jibhi, do not leave Trithan Valley off your bucket list. 

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Trek to Serolsar Lake

Serolsar Lake is a beautiful pristine magical lake just 6 Km from Jalori Pass. A short one and half hour trek will take you to this lake. The trek is three-fourths descent. This trek is not so challenging at all. The lake is contemplated to be sacred and no one is allowed to go in the lake. There is a holy spot near the lake – the temple of Budhi Nagin, where tourists stop by to pay their regards. The reflections of the sky in Serolsar Lake will take your breath away. If the day is windy, the water won’t be still, and the reflections won’t be exciting enough. It is said that you won’t ever find leaves fallen on Serolsar Lake, as the birds clean them up. You will find some food stalls 100 meters before the lake. One can also have the option to camp nearby. 

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Great Himalayan National Park

On June 23, 2014, Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area (GHNPCA) was engraved this park as an essential site on the UNESCO World Heritage List during the 38th session of World Heritage Committee in Doha, State of Qatar. This inscription affirms the Outstanding Universal Value of the Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area as a site containing the most crucial natural in site conservation habitats for biodiversity in the western Himalayas, including those accommodating vulnerable species of Outstanding Universal Value of a science or conservation. 

This national park is situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, India. Initially established in 1984, this park was officially affirmed a national park in 1999, covering an area of 754.4 square kilometers. In 1994, two major land-use changes were made encompassing the park. A 5 Km buffer zone from the western boundary of the park covers 265.6 Km square. Including 2,300 families in 160 villages, it has been classified as an ecological zone. So if you want to discover some animals or wildlife during your journey to Jibhi, the Great Himalayan National Park should always be on your bucket list. 

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Jibhi Waterfall

This is a hidden waterfall. To reach this waterfall you will have to walk deep into the dense forest where it is situated. There are numerous wooden bridges in the path, which make this place picturesque. This waterfall is encompassed by a cemented wall. You can spend your time sitting by the waterfall or splashing water. The place is very alluring, and the music of the water flowing by makes this a fascinating experience. 

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Go Trout Fishing

Fishing is one of the must-do things when you visit Jibhi. You can get your homestay to arrange for fishing equipment, as well as for the fishing license. Rainbow trout are in plethora, but it will take time and patience to catch them.  

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Camping Under the Stars

One can enjoy camping in Jibhi. There are many campsites available to choose from where one can do camping. The night sky is incredible, and you can spend an hour star gazing. Light a bonfire, and soak in the beauty of nature under the stars shining in the sky.

Mini Thailand

A half an hour drive from the Bahu Village will get you here to this “Mini Thailand”. The name of the place makes you inquisitive, doesn’t it? This place is essentially a cove between two massive rocks, forming a shallow turquoise pool where you can dip your feet and chill. The water here is clean, cold, and crystal clear so you can opt to swim as well in this water. One requires to take a short 10-minute walk from the “Mini Thailand” signboard to reach this spot. 

Secret Siund Waterfall

On your way back from Shahgarh Meadow, do not miss out on visiting a secret waterfall in Siund Village. This waterfall is one of the lesser-known things to do in Jibhi that most travelers do not have a clue about. It takes a 40-minute drive from Shahgarh Meadow to get to the Siund Waterfall because it falls en route to Jibhi. You can conveniently visit it without being pessimistic about the extra time it might take to get there. 

The inclined road to get to the waterfalls is made of pebbles and stone, and therefore it is quite challenging to drive on. It takes a short 250 meter downhill hike to reach the Siund Waterfall. This waterfall is engaging to the eye. This waterfall flows right between two mountain cliffs, with the surrounding wild forest greens acting as the perfect natural garnishing. It will take you an hour and a half to reach Jibhi from here. 


These are some of the things to do in Jibhi. Jibhi is a paradise on Earth. It is a splendid place to go trekking, relax and chill. With it fast becoming the next must-visit tourist destination, it is an ideal place to visit by enthusiastic travelers.



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