Rhythm of the Wild

Don’t get carried away by the idyllic beauty of the Great Himalayan National Park (declared so in 1999), for it has much more to offer. For instance, it hosts a mindboggling 300-above variety of birds and other fauna including Musk Deer, Snow Cock, Cheer, Western Tragopan, Khaleej Pheasant, Himalayan Monal, Kokla, even the fabled Snow leopard, and much more.

Popular Tirthan Valley, named after the pure and gushing Tirthan River, contains this bio-diversity park, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in June 2014.

Himalayas in the Tirthan Valley of Kullu
Himalayas in the Tirthan Valley of Kullu
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