Top 10 places to visit in & around Jibhi
Going to the mountains is like going home
Published on 23.10.2021 02:41 PM

1. Jibhi Waterfalls

Jibhi Water Falls is hidden inside the forest which cannot be seen unless you go inside the dense forest. The gorge of water flows like music and enthralls the whole place. Small wooden bridges have been built near the waterfall which provide picturesque views to the place. Small wooden scaffolds have been built close to the waterfall which gives the place a very pleasant outlook. If you want to enjoy the beauty of nature by sitting in search of peace for a while, then definitely go to this place and enjoy the music of flowing water while sitting near the waterfall.

2. Serolsar Lake

Serolsar Lake is a beautiful lake situated at a distance of 6 km from Jalori Pass where you can also go for trekking. This lake is situated amidst the dense forests of deodar trees, where you can spend some special moments filled with peace. You can sit here near the lake with your feet in the fresh water of the lake to give peace to your mind and soul.               

3. Chehni Fort

The Chehni Kothi (or Chaini Kothi) is an impressive tower made of stone and wood. It has been named from the village where it lies : Chehni village. Chehni is located in the Jibhi valley near the Tirthan valley.      


4. Great Himalayan National Park

A visit to this destination is incomplete without exploring this national park as it is one of the top places to visit in Jibhi. This is a place that will increase the thirst for natural flora and fauna. It has also a vivid fishing option which makes it worth a visit. This place is the best and most favourable spot for poaching, due to which several serious steps have been taken to protect this belt. It is quite famous among tourists.


5. Jalori Pass

The distance of the Jalori pass from Jibhi is 12km. It is located at an elevation of 3000metres. This is a beautiful place where you can get dislodged in nature. You can listen to the minimal whispers of nature and also the sound of the breeze that flows. It is a must-visit place due to serenity brought due to the pine trees and the beautiful shapes of rocky hills. The surrounding of this place is mesmerizing, which makes it a must visit.

6. Raghupur Fort

Raghupur Fort is the only historical place in Shoja city. To reach this fort, one has to walk through a dense forest, in which one has to climb a kilometer. This fort was built in such a place from where Mandi, Siraj inside and outside and much area of Shimla can be seen.

The fort has large drains and fish ponds. Tourists visiting here can see holes in the walls of the fort, which were made of bullets in the olden times. This fort is situated at a very picturesque location, which offers a panoramic view of the Tirthan Valley and the Himalayan ranges for the tourists.

7. Lambhari Hills

A beautiful trek for the enthusiastic nature lover. This trek offers beautiful mountain views of high altitude Himalayan snow capped ranges. Trek passing through stretched high altitude meadows gives an opportunity for an ideal introduction to trekking through the Himalayas.

8. Tirthan Valley

Perched up above 1600 meters of sea level is the retreat of Tirthan Valley. Located at a perfect spot in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, the valley is known for its pristine Tirthan river, icy glacial springs and verdant views at the Great Himalayan National Park.

9. Chhoie Waterfalls

Chhoie waterfall is a major attraction in the Tirthan Valley. The waterfall lies Great Himalayan National Park and calls for a steep trek to the place. The trek to the Chhoie or Choi waterfall begins at the Nagini village. It is a 45-minute uphill trek. 


10. Shangarh

Shangarh is located in Sainj Valley in Himachal Pradesh at about 6300 ft amsl. It's famous for its celestial meadows, majestic temples with kath kuni architecture and offers a plethora of untamed trails for hikes. It hugs the GHNP (Great Himalayan National Park) and the valley is often called the valley of birds.

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