Great Himalayan National Park
Located in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) covers an area of 754sq.kms with elevation varying between 1700mts to 5800mts above sea level. It encompasses the Parvati, Giwa Nal, Sainj and Tirthan valleys. It is habitat of 183 recorded species of birds, 31 mammals, and a number of varied Fauna.
Most famous birds Himalayan koklash and the Western Tragopan pheasants can be observed in their natural Habitat. Prominent mammals which can be sighted by trekkers at times are, blue sheep, snow leopard, common leopard, Himalayan brown bear, Himalayan tahar, musk Dear and serow, a goat like antelope.
HUNTING IS BANNED. GHNP and the area around provide rare opportunity for tourists to experience the pristine nature and beauty, solace and peaceful environments among unique and distinctive culture of people living in nature in such enchanting environments.
For trek enthusiasts, trek trails range from relatively easy day walks in eco zone to challenging, weak or longer, treks thru arduous and spectacular terrain. It is a challenging opportunity for dynamic individuals to test grit and stamina in company of unparalleled scenic beauty, pleasure and satisfaction of achievement.