Distance from Aut to Jibhi
The distance from Aut to Jibhi is about 36 km to the southwest and the time required to cover this distance is about one and half hours. People travel to Jibhi from a number of places as some travel from Shimla, some travel from Delhi, and some travel from Punjab.
Rate list of cabs from Aut to Jibhi
You can book your online cab from Aut to Jibhi and also can book offline anywhere within the distance of 5 km of Aut Bus stand. You can take a convenient pickup from Aut and a favored and ideal time.
This travel will take around one and a half to reach Jibhi from Aut and you can choose your drop point within the city limits of Jibhi and skip the hassle of public transportation. You can witness some amazing views of the valley, snow-covered mountains, river throughout the travel. The professional driver knows the routes well and he will take you to the destination via the short and fastest route possible.
Aut to Jibhi Price List
- Alto [suitable for 2 to 3 passengers]- this costs you around Rs 1000 for one way trip and around Rs 1800 for a round trip.
- Wagoner [suitable for 2 to 3 passengers]- this costs you around Rs 1200 for one way trip and around Rs 1950 for a round trip.
- Etios [suitable for 3 to 4 passengers]- this costs you around Rs 1500 for one way trip and around Rs 2800 for a round trip.
- Swift Dezire [suitable for 3 to 4 passengers]- this costs you around Rs 1500 for one way trip and around Rs 2850 for a round trip.
- Innova Crysta [suitable for 6 to 7 passengers]- this costs you around Rs 3000 for one way trip and around Rs 5500 for a round trip.
- Tempo Traveller [suitable for 14 to 15 passengers]- this costs you around Rs 7000 for one way trip and around Rs 1350 for a round trip.
Things to Carry (Jibhi)
You must carry the following products to make your travel convenient-
- Valid ID proof
- Water bottles
Advisory for you if you travel in a cab from Aut to Jibhi-
- If you want your pickup and drop location from outside within the 5 km of the distance then you have to charge extra for this.
- There will be extra charges to be paid directly to the driver of the cab.
- You should not kindly litter in the car.
- You should maintain a friendly environment throughout the travel.
- You should take the contact details of the driver after booking your cab.
Reasons that why you should book an online cab to Jibhi
1. Exclusive discounts and offers- Online booking will give you exclusive discounts and offers throughout the year.
2. Driver tracking- Online cab booking apps will provide you real-time location and updates of the cab and the driver so that you can get real-time updates and do not have to worry about delays and follow-ups.
3. One place to manage all your bookings- Online booking apps will help to manage your bookings, reschedule them and cancel trips in emergency conditions.
4. Save time- You will waste your time if you are browsing on the search engine so you should install a cab booking app.
Route from Aut to Jibhi
The places come on the Aut to Jibhi in such a way
Aut> Tunnel Point 1> Thuari Market> Bhuyinka Market> Chunta Bridge> Chhet> Jibhi.
Best Places to Visit in Jibhi
I will give you an overview of the best places to visit in Jibhi
Jibhi waterfalls are small waterfall that is located near the villages. To explore Jibhi waterfalls you have to go through a short trek. You can ask locals and they will guide you all the way or drive up to about 1 km before the waterfalls and then you have to walk the rest of the way. Some wooden bridges are built over water streams that emerge from the mountain and there is a cemented pool around the waterfall.
Jibhi waterfalls look like wallpaper. You will hardly see anybody around the waterfalls and it is just a perfect place to spend some quality time in the lap of nature. The spectacular view of Jibhi Waterfalls and the forest appearance comes straight out of a fairy tale which images you may take here are going to be within the running for your phone’s wallpaper.
Cheni Kothi is a tower made in the Kangri architecture which has timber planks and stones to make a strong and interlocked grid. It is believed that this tower was built in the 17th century by King Dhadhu. The structure of this tower was originally a garrison. The strong and interlocked structure are the reasons that allowed this tower to withstand the devastating 1904 Kangra earthquake.
The tower is now a shrine for Goddess Yogini but it is not permissible to enter inside the shrine. There is only one way to reach Cheni Kothi that is via a 1 -hour trek through some amazing apple orchards and coniferous forest. You can also take a cab from Jibhi to Cheni village which is at a distance of 7 km from Jibhi. After reaching Cheni village you have to hike upward to the Cheni Fort complies within which the tower lies. Cheni Kothi is one of the most famous places to visit in Jibhi.
Sheshnag Temple is an other deity of the Banjar region. This temple is located a very short hike away from the Jibhi town. Sheshnag Temple is much smaller and much less intimidating than other temples in the Jibhi valley. This temple is situated amid a lush green meadow. The history of the temple is still unknown but some locals claim that the temple is more than 500 years old.
There is a small concrete basketball court which is located nearby the temple where some local school kids come to play. This temple is one of the more obscure places to visit in Jibhi but if you want to see all the things then Jibhi valley will offer and it is worth a trip.
Jalori Pass is unknown to many but it is one of the closest mountain passes to Delhi. This mountain pass is located at a height of 10,240 feet and it is a gateway to picturesque Himalayan treks such as Serolsae Lake, Bajah Top and the Great Himalayan National Park. Jalori pass opens up from late March to early April and remains accessible till December.
After that snowfall engulfs the whole area and it is not safe to go on this time of the year. You can reach Jalori Pass in you cab from Jibhi or Shoja and it takes about an hour to reach here. The road there is quite treacherous and has a number of sharps turns and it is not safe to drive there on your own unless you are somewhat of an expert on curvy Himalayan roads. There is a temple located that is dedicated to Jalori Mata and there are some stalls or shops for food and refreshments near the top of the mountain pass.
If you are planning your trip in the spring season then the whole area going to be lush green and the meadows around the Jalori Pass going to be picturesque. In the winter season, it will be a snowy paradise and in the snowy season the car cannot make it to the pass and then you may have to walk there. But the winter season will be fun and it worth it.
Budhi Nagin Temple
The Budhi Nagin temple is a small and ancient temple that overlooks the Serolsar Lake on the north side. This temple is dedicated to the Goddess Budhi Nagin, who is believed to be the mother of all nag deities of the Jibhi region like Kamrunag, Mahunag and Sheshang, etc. Goddess Budhi Nagin is also the goddess of ghee, it is believed that the Goddess has a hundred sons that guard her adobe at the bottom of the lake and if someone dares to tamper with it does not meet a very good fate.
This temple has very much importance and is scared to the locals so when you are plan to visit this place you have to make sure that you would be respectful around the lake and the temple.
Serolsar Lake is located at a distance of 5 km from Jalori Pass and it is a high altitude lake that is located at 10171 feet. The way to the lake is scenic and dotted with natural wonders, the first part of the trek encounters a ridge with lush green mountains tops and then it eventually gives way to dark oak forests with blooming flowers and grassy meadow-lands.
Serolsar Lake is deep in the forest and looks like a spectacular scene of a movie.