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Waterfall Trek In Bir Billing

Bir Billing
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Duration

Day Hike

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

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Overview

Jungle Waterfall in BirIn Bir Billing Overview

  • Experience a tremendous Jungle Waterfall Trek in Bir within the forests of Bir Billing on your next holiday together with your family and friends, Experienced Trek Guides with well-planned routes would confirm that you simply are ready to be as on the brink of nature as possible.

Waterfall Trek in Bir


Activities in Jungle Waterfall in Bir Billing

  • After a fast briefing session by guide about the trek, Jungle Waterfall Trek in Bir the fun begins! Trek starts from Bir Ashram area and after trekking for 30 min you’ll visit 1st waterfall and 2nd waterfall is another 15 min hike to an equivalent route.
  • you’ll experience the picturesque view of the Dhauladhar ranges with the cool breeze brushing against your face while climbing the mountainous route. After covering these two waterfalls, trek backtrack to Bir, the entire Trek will take around 2 to three hours.
  • Packed lunch are going to be provided on this tour which you’ll have it with the view of the Jungle Waterfall in Bir.

 


Places near Jungle Waterfall in Bir Billing

  • Bir Landing Site,  near Jungle Waterfall in Bir is also known as Sunset Point as it offers soul-stirring views of the sunset. Every evening, the local mob and tourists flock to this place to enjoy the beautiful sunset.
  • There are also a number of cafes and restaurants making the Landing Site, one of the most enthralling places to see in Bir Billing. As the name suggests, Landing Site is used by the paraglider pilots as the official site for landing and hence, one can enjoy the views of paragliders gracefully descending here.
  • Chokling Monastery, Located in the middle of the Tibetan Colony, Chokling Monastery is one of the most popular Tibetan monasteries in Bir. This magnificent monastery is painted in white and is adorned with other bright colors; making it look stunning.
  • It has a statue of Padmasambhava and a stupa. The monastery offers unobstructed views of the surrounding mountains and as the monastery is situated just 1 km away from Bir Landing Site, one can also enjoy the beautiful sight of paragliders gliding through the skies.
  • The lush lawns in front of the meditation center, the peaceful atmosphere, and the colorful flags fluttering in the air make this one of the most cherishable Places to visit in Bir Billing.
  • Dharmalaya Institute is an eco-campus that stresses the importance of compassionate and green living. One can register or volunteer to work with the institute. It holds many classes, workshops, courses, internships, and many others on topics like green building, organic farming, sustainable village development, etc.
  • Apart from classes on sustainable living, the Dharmalaya Institute also conducts yoga and meditation classes to help one integrate the work-life and spiritual longings.

  • Sherab Ling Monastery, The main prayer hall of the monastery has a stunning two-story golden Maitreya statue. Built across a sprawling 3 acres of land, the Sherabling monastery is situated within the Bhatu forest in the foothills of the Himalayan ranges.
  • The path leading to the monastery is full of pine trees on either side and the colorful prayer flags welcome everyone all through the way. The monastery is pretty huge and its complex includes beautiful Buddhist temples, gompas, and stupas. Inside the monastery, the sound of Buddhist monks reciting their prayers creates a spiritual aura.
  • If you are spiritually inclined, make sure you visit this monastery on priority amongst other places to visit in Jungle Waterfall in Bir.
  • Bir Tea Garden, Bir has a pleasant climate that is ideal for growing tea, so tea gardens and tea plantations are found in plenty around here. Naturally, there are tea factories here and The Bir Co-operative Tea Factory Ltd near the Bir Bazaar is the biggest and most popular one near Jungle Waterfall in Bir.
  • One can find lots of women working here. The factory also allows tourists to enjoy an educational trip inside their premises and gives them an insight into the tea-making process. One can also shop for freshly packed tea leaves and tea bags at these tea gardens.
  • Deer Park Institute, The Deer Park Institute is one of the most reputed centers for the study of classical Indian wisdom. The institute hosts several programs on meditation, philosophy, art, culture, yoga, healing arts, Buddhism, and many more. The duration of these programs is diverse from day-long classes to month-long ones.

  • The institute is built in pagoda style that is the classic architecture of monasteries and is decked up with beautiful paintings and carvings depicting the rich Buddhist and Tibetan culture. The list of places to visit in Bir Billing is never complete without the Deer Park Institute.
  • The Drukpa Kagyu monastery near Jungle Waterfall in Bir was established by the 8th Khamtrul Rinpoche near Palampur in Tashi Jong. It started with about 140 monks living there. The monastery has inscriptions and stone sculptures that portray the various sects and subsects of Tibetan culture.
  • The placid environment of the monastery set in a spectacular backdrop makes it a great place to meditate and seek one’s inner self.
  • Chowan is a densely populated suburb in Lower Bir that has many verdant tea plantations with many different types of teas grown. The climatic conditions of Bir are ideal for growing tea and these tea estates look magnificent with hills and misty clouds in the background.
  • A stroll here is extremely pleasurable and these Chowgan Tea Gardens are the most refreshing places to see near Jungle Waterfall in Bir. There are lots of women laborers working in these tea gardens with baskets in their back to collect the freshly plucked tea leaves. Some of them are friendly enough to click a picture with tourists.

  • The Baijnath temple near Jungle Waterfall in Bir is located in the hilly state of Himachal Pradesh holds high religious importance amongst followers of Hinduism. It is a highly popular temple as it houses one of the 12 holy jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in the country and devotees from across the country throng the temple to offer prayers to the lord.
  • The temple, constructed in 1207 AD by Lord Shiva devotees and local merchants Ahuka and Manyuka, is believed to have medicinal powers as the water emerging from the temple is believed to heal people from their illnesses.
  • The Baijnath temple near Jungle Waterfall in Bir redefines the Nagara style of architecture, which is highly popular in Himachal Pradesh. While the inner and outer walls of the temple boast of exotic carving and sculptures depicting incidents of Hindu mythology, the inner sanctum houses the holy shivling. Surrounded by lush green gardens, the temple is destined to take your breath away as it overlooks the mighty snow-clad mountains while filling the air with spirituality.
  • The temple also offers its visitors a tranquil experience in the Dhauladhar mountain ranges of the Himalayas. Be it a nature lover, adventure enthusiast or history buff, the Baijnath temple and places around it have a lot to keep the visitors hooked in the mighty Himalayas. Visit the quaint temple, located 16 km from bustling Palampur, for a truly spiritual and raw sojourn in the mountains.
  • Bangoru Waterfalls, near Jungle Waterfall in Bir Located at a distance of just 4.5 km from the Tibetan Colony, Bangoru Waterfalls is one of the many small waterfalls in and around Bir. The Bangoru Waterfall looks calm and serene with milky white waters gushing through the rocks.
  • The Jungle Waterfall in Bir is usually devoid of the tourist crowd and the route to the waterfall from Gunehar Village or Billing junction in Bir can be found with Google Maps.
  • The Jungle Waterfall in Bir can be reached by a little trek and is a great spot for a secluded picnic. For those looking for places to visit in Jungle Waterfall in Bir amidst the virgin beauty.

Waterfall Trek in Bir


Things To Carry in Jungle Waterfall in Bir

  • Backpack 10/20 L
  • A bottle of water
  • Snacks
  • Weather Appropriate Clothing
  • Warm Jacket
  • A hat and sunglasses
  • Skin Cream
  • Rain Jacket
  • Hiking Shoes
  • Extra Socks
  • Towel
  • Trash Bag

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Itinerary

Day 1

After a fast briefing session by guide about the trek, the fun begins! Trek starts from Bir Ashram area and after trekking for 30 min you'll visit 1st waterfall and 2nd waterfall is another 15 min hike to an equivalent route. you'll experience the picturesque view of the Dhauladhar ranges with the cool breeze brushing against your face while climbing the mountainous route. After covering these two waterfalls, trek backtrack to Bir, the entire Trek will take around 2 to three hours. Packed lunch are going to be provided on this tour which you'll have it with the view of waterfall.

Included/Excluded

  • Refreshment
  • Packed lunch
  • Guide
  • emergency transit or personal transport
  • any meals which isn't mentioned above
  • Any personal expence
  • Any quite trekking equipments

Durations

Full day (7+ hours)
Half Day Tour

Tour's Location

Bir Billing
from ₹600.00

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