Tirthan: Abode of Woods

The owners of this property are local villagers and they stay here itself thus giving it a personal touch. All the houses are made of pure wood inside out. The best part about this place is that its owner filed a petition in Himachal High Court demanding ban on construction of dams on the Tirthan river. After 5 years of intense struggle against powerful forces, he got the judgement in nature’s favour and today Tirthan is the only river in Himachal Pradesh on which, no dam has been constructed. All the other rivers are undergoing exploitation in the hands of the humans.

This eco-stay is spread into a huge area and you have to sit in a trolley and cross the river to reach it. Trolley is a common way of transportation in mountains and its a great experience to enjoy its ride. The entire area is full of fruit trees like apples, walnut, apricot, pears, japani and lot of vegetables too. They also have cattle to provide milk and butter. You will get home cooked meal. Most of its ingredients are from the farm itself. And, do book in advance as its mostly sold out. Their price is more than worth of what they are providing.

How to reach

It is 490 kms away from Delhi.

Nearest airport:

(International): Delhi

(Domestic): Bhuntar Airport, Himachal Pradesh

Nearest railway station: Chandigarh, Uttarakhand

Nearest bus stop: Aut, Uttarakhand

Bus from Delhi directly goes to Aut. Pick up and drop can be provided on actual cost from Aut to Tirthan valley.

Buy local produce/handicraft: Red juicy apples, cherry, apricot, walnut, peach, japani local fruit, apple chips, woollen shawl & socks, lamp shades, handcrafted footwear (Pula chappals made of dry cannabis)


Price starts at INR 2500

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Complimentary Activities
  • Playing with the Tirthan river water is a pure bliss
  • Trekking in the surrounding hills
  • Day hike
  • Biodiversity walks to understand the diverse flora of the region
  • Visit to the local waterfall
  • Pluck and eat fresh fruits from trees like apple, cherry, apricot, walnut, peach, Japani, kiwi
  • Read books in the library
  • Play with farm pets cats, dogs, cows
  • Picnics
  • Bird watching
  • Bonfire
  • Visit to local fairs and festivals
  • Wood fired cooking or chullah dinner.
Paid Activities
  • Trekking in the Great Himalayan National park (Permission required)
  • Trout Fishing under a guide (Permission required)
  • Rock climbing and rappelling
  • Overnight camping


  Wifi   At least 33% campus is green
  Hot water   Major construction is non concrete
  Parking   Use of power saving devices like LED bulbs
  Homegrown vegetables   Own electricity generation (Solar panels, wind mills etc)
  Facility to pluck and eat fresh fruits   No polythene zone
  Home made milk. cheese, butter   Organic farming
  Local cuisine   Segregate waste before disposing
  Showcase of local art, culture, folk dance, music   Compost of food and organic waste
  Availability of local handicraft   Rainwater harvesting
    Employment of local people
    Encourage employment of women
Why choose this eco -stay?
Eco-stays are budget friendly and won’t make a hole in your pocket. They are covered by greenery so that you can breath in fresh air, which city life cannot provide you. It gives you peace of mind & rejuvenates your body. And, most importantly it makes your holiday more fun filled through its numerous activities. Each eco-stay has been personally visited and verified by a solo woman traveller of our team.

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