Amidst the corona virus epidemic, there is great news for tourists. According to the news, Jiabi and Tirthan of Himachal Pradesh, known as tourism hotspots, will be opened from 5 September. Notification for this has been officially released. However, new rules have been created to prevent the spread of corona virus epidemic, which will be mandatory to follow.
Jibi and Tirthan are the two major tourist destinations. Jibi is 60 km from Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. While 150 km from Shimla. The main attraction of Jeebhi is camping and trekking. While the main attraction of Tirthan is the Great Himalayan National Park as well as trekking and fishing. Along with this, there are many such beautiful villages and scenic places, which are now becoming the choice of tourists.
Tourists can trek from the village called Sai Ropa to Himalayan National Park in Tirthan. For this, one can stay in Sai Ropa village. Along with this, Rangthar Top, Rolla Falls and Shilt Hut Trek are some of the best treks. Here you will also find local guides for tracking. However, to enjoy tourism during the corona virus epidemic you will need to follow the new rules. If you do not know, then let us know-
- Jibi and Tirthan’s hotel owners, guesthouses and village people have decided that the booking service will be started for tourists’ stay from 5 September. However, tourists must book for ten days.
-Teachers will be required to carry Covid-19 certificates, which have not been issued more than 72 hours earlier.
-Teachers will have to spend five days in the hotel. After that they can go for tourism.
- Pilgrims will be allowed to go fishing at Tirthan from the third day itself.
- Passengers are not allowed to travel in public vehicles such as rickshaw-taxis.
Apart from the 10-day booking rule, tourists have to come by their own vehicles. Walk-in tourists will not be booked. A maximum of 50 percent booking can be done at the hotel.