Trout Fishing in Tirthan Valley 3N/4D


Itinerary -


Day 01:

Delhi - Kullu - Tirthan Valley Fly to Kullu and transfer to Goshaini through the scenic Tirthan valley. A confluence of Parvati & Tirthan Rivers at Larji offer magnificent fishing beats. The road winds through terraced field & fruit orchards. Streams joining the river at Jibhi & Giyagi offer spectacular landscapes dotted with small grain grinding huts. On arrival at Goshaini, the landscape opens up into beautiful terraced fields. Fishing on Tirthan and Palachan rivers. Overnight stay at Tirthan Orchard.

Day 02:


Tirthan Valley Early morning fishing in river Tirthan. The river flows through Bathad, Goshaini and merges with Parvati at Banjar. Abound in brown and rainbow trout, Tirthan offers excellent opportunities to an avid angler. Hot lunch at Goshani with bar-be-qued catch. After lunch, return to the river. Overnight stay at Tirthan Orchard.

Day 03:


Tirthan Valley Early morning fishing in river Tirthan. The river flows through Bathad, Goshaini and merges with Parvati at Banjar. Abound in brown and rainbow trout, Tirthan offers excellent opportunities to an avid angler. Hot lunch at Goshani with bar-be-qued catch. After lunch, return to the river. Overnight stay at Tirthan Orchard.

Day 04:

Kullu - Delhi / Onward Destination Transfer to Kullu (2½ hours) and fly to Delhi or drive to Delhi (14 hour-drive at an extra cost).



                                                   Trip Ends With Sweet Memories !!!





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3 Nights / 4 Days

Best season: April-June

Kullu-Tirthan Valley-Goshaini   


First brought to the country from England in 1880, the trout has made India a welcome home made even more welcome by the anglers. Well known rivers in Kashmir were modelled after famous beats in England and sportsmen enjoyed the cream of wet fly fishing, which also, incidentally, spawned off several indigenous flies, notably the Demons and Terrors dressed on two or three whipped hooks, but that's another story you can hear from the crew. Soon after, as trout hatcheries and breeding trout proved to be a success, more streams and rivers were scouted for viability of stocking and the appropriate ones stocked. The practice extended to Himachal Pradesh, where soon the Kulu Valley streams were homed by progeny of Loch Leven browns

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