The untouched Himachali village Jibhi is one of the most serene destinations in India. Nestled on the banks of Tirthan river, the shallow gravels and the music of tumbling rapids welcomes you to the placid land. Jungle and streamside camp is flanked with craggy terrains and rushing rapids. Waking up to the sonorous music of gushy water and chirping of birds is an experience worth having. Huddled by the green-capped terrains, trekking along the path crammed with mountain shrubs lets you discover the shrouded insider facts of nature. If you wish to have a sedentary day-out, the campsite offers a plethora of indoor activities. For a satiating camping experience, this is the perfect destination.
> This campsite is located very near to the river & in the lap of green giant mountains whose top is covered with snow > Comfortable stay with good beddings and clean washrooms > Humble staff to assist you during your stay > Explore small treks around the campsite to point out beautiful sunrise/sunset point > Explore your photography skills here during the night - try capturing galaxy through long exposure shots > Enjoy Bonfire and visit around places like jhalori pass, serolsar trek > Do not forget to eat jhibi's local dish "DHAM"
The Camper has to reach the Bhuntar Airport, from their respective destination which is approx. 50 Km from the campsite. After that, the Camper has to hire a taxi or take a bus from a nearby airport to reach the campsite via NH3 and NH305.
The Camper has to reach the Himachal Pradesh Road Transport Corporation Bus Stand from their respective destination which is approx. 8 Km from the campsite. After that, the Camper has to hire a taxi or take a bus from a nearby bus stand to reach the campsite via NH305.
The Camper has to reach the Joginder Nagar Railway Station ( a narrow-gauge railway line ) Bus Stand from their respective destination which is approx. 237 Km from the campsite. After that, the Camper has to hire a taxi or take a bus from a nearby Railway Station to reach the campsite via NH154 and NH3.