Rajgundha: Rajgundha is a village situated above Billing at the distance of 11 km approx. It is a very beautiful village and less explored. Rajgundha valley is full of natural beauty and one can experience the calmness of the mother nature. This is the best place for Camping and Trekking also.
Daily Morning Tea
From lunch to breakfast last day
Accommodation on double or triple sharing basis
One trek to Billing
Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment. Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is sub jest to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.
Transport from source to Destination
Any Personal Expenses
Mineral water , soft drinks and hard drinks
Direct Volvo buses running from Delhi (ISBT BUS stand and Majnu ka tilla) to Bir.
Spice jet flight running from Delhi to Dharamsala and Dharamsala to Bir is 70 Km.
Nearest railway station is Pathankot and Pathankot to Bir is 120 km.
After lunch trek from Bir to Billing . Night stay camping in Billing.
Overnight Camping at Billing
Trek start from Billing to Rajgunda to Billing 11 Km with pack lunch . In the evening bon fire and Dinner.
Overnight Camping at Rajgundha
After breakfast Paragliding take off from billing and landing in Bir 15-25 minute. After landing some sightseeing around Bir.
Rajgundha Village is a tiny and quaint village situated along the Uhl River at an altitude of around 2700 m. It can be reached only by trek as of now. The village is located inside the Dhauladhar Wildlife Sanctuary and it offers majestic views of lush green dense forest and snow-capped mountains of Dhauladhars.
Paragliding is open from 16 September to 15 July in Bir Billing. Only closed in monsoon for 2 months every year. Flight time of Paragliding is 15 to 25 minutes. Climate is cold, with temperatures from 5 to 25 degrees centigrade in winter and 25 to 30 centigrade in the summer season.
Trekking and hiking are not advisable either, as the paths get too wet and slippery. There is not much to see or do in Bir in the monsoon, so it is best to avoid visiting this region between July and September.
The most famous spot in Billing is its paragliding take-off point, which is the world's second highest, towering at 8,000ft, offering panoramic views of the valley below. The landing site is in the western fields of Chowgan in Bir.
In general, paragliding is considered a safe activity, but there are some risks involved. These include injuries from crashes, getting lost or stranded in remote areas, and exposure to bad weather.
You can reach Rajgundha Valley either via Barot valley or via Bir Billing. Via Barot – An overnight bus from Delhi will take you to Mandi in about 10 hours. From Mandi, you have to reach a small place called Ghatasni and further get to Barot valley.
You will be served your morning tea with the breakfast that includes Paratha with curd or omelet with tea. Return trek to Billing starts at around 10:30 AM which is of nearly 12 KMs and takes around 3-4 hours. The natural beauty along the route makes sure that this effort is worth of.
Bir Billing is a place which is splurged with monasteries displaying the Tibetan culture and its influence on the place and its people. Among other monasteries, Sherab Ling Monastery is the one which is highly popular because of the meditation courses that it offers to the tourists as well as to the local people.