Jibhi The ancient architecture of Himachal Pradesh’s Banjar Valley is striking. The small settlement of Jibhi isn’t very well-known to travelers, but it has several camps and guest houses from which the attractions of the area can be explored. It is also blessedly quiet. The mountains surrounding Jibhi are lush with pine and cedar forests. Jibhi is a good base for hiking, birding, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors.
Jibhi is a walker’s delight, with plenty of easy trails that wind through the lush pine and cedar forests of the Banjar Valley
Mud House made in a traditional Himachal Architecture and one can have a feel of living in a village home with the basic modern facilities in it. These houses are cool in summers and warm in winters.
Swiss tent with double bed, attached bath room with Valley and Pine view from sitting area. Deluxe cottage tent has room, dressing room, veranda including mosquito net and ground sheet. The Hill Safari Tents have area. Mess Tent has dining room sizing Bedrolls and sleeping bags/quilts are provided in units.
We have Separate utilities/wash rooms for girls and boys with running water. Hot water is provided.
- Accommodation in Swiss Tents with Attach bathrooms.
- Accommodation in Mudh House with Attach bathrooms.
- Accommodation in Dom Tents .
- This Package Include 2 meals (Breakfast & Dinner)
- Electricity connection available at the camp and also in each tents.
- We have a professionally, qualified and experienced staff-team.
- All adventure activities & games are conducted under the professional instructors.
- western style washroom
- Hot, hygienic meals served via buffet system
- We do provide with basic facilities in the camp. Students are provided with the Apline and dome tents with floor bedding, mattress and sleeping bags. We have Separate utilities/wash rooms for girls and boys with running water. Hot water is provided in the morning and evening
ATTRACTION OF JIBHI
From Lake it’s a very painless track through thick oak forest towards Raghupur. A steady uphill and downhill path will get you to an extremely scenic Raghupur. From the peak of the Fort one can have a 360* vision of whole Kullu and Manali area. The four-kilometer path from Jalori Pass to the old buildings of Raghupur fort walls gently slide down through thick forest and then to open field.
An early morning leisurely walk to the Jibhi waterfall of the village is gifted with the scene of a double rainbow
Jalori pass is the prominent location for the trek enthusiasts. It is the pass that connects Shimla and Manali as well. You can feel the view of beautiful gigantic Himalayas throughout your walk this Jalori pass is a significant place of Jibhi. Running can be enjoyed in the pass because of its natural landscapes. This stunning trek is mainly flat with some sheer patches in between and it can be simply trekked by a pupil. you will observe some breathtaking views during the trek. Grass and mud houses can be seen at a distance everywhere. They are often known as forest guest houses. The houses give you a super soothing village feel and the whole sight is just like a dream.
The dazzling eight-kilometer drive starting from Jibhi to Jalori Pass, snaky through all the twists, is an exciting activity in itself. There are several ways parting at different directions. One goes towards serene Lake and the other towards the ancient Raghupur Fort. There is a trail to Lake. It is a gentle five-kilometer trek. Trek starts first over an edge slop giving a bare mountaintop. Other gem is rising out of green lower plants and then come through acaptivating oak forest. Shortly earlier than the lake, the forest base comes alive amid wild flowers budding in between. The lake is considered holy and there is small temple on its shore.
A four-kilometerleisurely walk to the beautiful hamlet of Chaini (Chehni), athick coat of deodar trees wrap the mountain hilland it seems like very little has changed over the decades.
This sort of temple tower is an exceptional model of Pahadi architecture. The five-storey structure, present thereshowed the surrounding houses look dwarfed. The leaning tower is supported by a masonry wall, toughened with timber logs. It also has a secret tunnel below it. Inside the tower is a Yogini shrine. Since these temples were supposed to be protective structures, no permanent staircase was put up at its entrance. A hanging wooden stair was used. Opposite the tower, the leftovers of the collapse Chaini Fort, is built in a similar style.local pilgrims as well people from other parts of Himachal visit this temple every year. As a part of their ritual, pilgrims circle around the lake and dispense Pure Desi Ghee on its border.