Bir, Himachal

Rajgundha Trek

3 Days 2 Nights
INR 5,000

Rajgundha Trek Bir

Trekking and Camping in Himachal Pradesh

Rajgundha, a hidden gem nestled within the captivating Dhauladhar mountain range in Himachal Pradesh, beckons trekkers and nature enthusiasts alike. Here’s what makes this tranquil village so enchanting:
Location and Introduction:
Rajgundha lies in the remote Chota Bhangal region of Kangra district.
At an elevation of approximately 8,900 feet, it offers a picturesque escape from urban chaos.
The village boasts a rich cultural heritage and a tightly-knit community dedicated to preserving traditions.
Weather and Climate:
Rajgundha experiences varying weather conditions due to its location in the Dhauladhar Mountains’ shadow.
Summers peak at 18-20°C, with occasional snow. Rainfall is common.
Winters bring heavy snowfall and cold temperatures, so pack accordingly.
Things to Do:
Breathtaking panoramic views of snow-covered mountains.
Dense forests of Deodar, Rhododendron, Oak, and Pine trees.
Rich biodiversity attracts wildlife enthusiasts.
A tranquil retreat away from city life, where the rhythm aligns with nature’s whispers.
Adventure and Exploration:
Numerous hiking trails and trekking routes crisscross the region.
Off-road drives reveal awe-inspiring beauty at every turn.
Rajgundha offers a transformative journey for the soul.
Captivating Hikes:
Explore uncharted pieces of paradise:
Billing Paragliding Takeoff Site to Rajgundha.
Barot Valley to Rajgundha.
In Rajgundha, simplicity meets natural beauty, and solace awaits those who seek it. Lace up your boots, breathe in the mountain air, and embark on this unforgettable adventure!

Tour Program

Trekking and Camping

Rajgundha Trek Bir Billing Itinerary

Day 1
Arrive in Bir
After lunch trek from Bir to Billing . Night stay camping in Billing.
Overnight Camping
Day 2
Billing to Rajgundha
Trek start from Billing to Rajgunda to Billing 11 Km with pack lunch . In the evening bon fire and Dinner.
Overnight Camping
Day 3
Rajgundha To Billing
After breakfast Paragliding take off from billing and landing in Bir 15-25 minute. After landing some sightseeing around Bir.

Rajgundha Valley Himachal

Rajgundha Valley is a beautiful and serene valley in Himachal Pradesh, surrounded by the Dhauladhar mountain range. It is a hidden gem for nature lovers and trekkers, as it offers stunning views of the forests, rivers, and snow-capped peaks. Rajgundha Valley can be reached by trekking from either Bir or Barot, two nearby towns that are also popular tourist destinations. Rajgundha Valley is a perfect place to unwind and connect with nature, away from the crowds and noise of the city.
There are many tourist attractions near Rajgundha Valley that you can explore. Some of them are:
Rohtang Pass
A high mountain pass that connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys. It offers spectacular views of the Himalayas and is a popular destination for adventure activities like skiing, snowboarding, and biking.
Prashar Lake
A serene lake surrounded by lush green meadows and forests. It is believed to be the place where the sage Prashar meditated. There is also a beautiful temple dedicated to him on the lake’s bank.
Barot Valley
A scenic valley along the Uhl River that is known for its trout fishing, camping, and trekking opportunities. It also has a hydroelectric project that was built in the 1920s.
Bir Billing
A twin destination that is famous for paragliding, as it hosts the world’s second-highest paragliding site. It also has a Tibetan colony, monasteries, and tea gardens that add to its charm.
These are some of the tourist attractions near Rajgundha Valley that you can visit. I hope you enjoy your trip and have a wonderful time.

How to Reach Rajgundha Valley

Bir is a small town in Himachal Pradesh, famous for paragliding and Tibetan culture. There are different ways to reach Bir, depending on your mode of transport and starting point. Here are some of the common options:
By Flight:
The nearest airport to Bir is Gaggal Airport in Dharamshala, which is about 68 km away. You can take a taxi or a bus from the airport to Bir. However, this airport has limited flight connectivity, so you may have to book a flight to Chandigarh, Amritsar, or Delhi and then take a bus or train to Bir.
By Train:
The nearest railway station to Bir is Ahju, which is only 3 km away, but it is on a narrow-gauge line. The nearest broad gauge station is Pathankot, which is about 142 km away. You can take a toy train from Pathankot to Ahju, or a taxi or bus from Pathankot to Bir.
By Road:
Bir is well connected by road with major cities like Delhi, Chandigarh, and Shimla. You can take a direct bus or taxi from these places to Bir, or break your journey at Kangra or Baijnath, which are nearby towns. The road journey from Delhi to Bir takes about 12 hours
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3 Days 2 Nights
INR 5,000

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