Look for an excursion out of the home but the hole in your pocket is driving you back to the couch and Netflix, do not worry! We have top 4 Budget friendly highlights for the Tanni Jubbar Lake trip, which will sure lure your heart. So let’s go, and learn about Tani Jubbar Lake : and the four exciting, budget-friendly places near it.

About Tanni Jubbar Lake

Tanni Jubbar Lake is an artificially water fed, oval shaped Lake, surrounded by the Deodar tree about 70 Km away from Shimla., in the high-altitude region of Narkanda.

The place is known for its natural beauty, panoramic Mountain view and atmosphere suitable for camping, location inside the cedar wood forest which seems exciting in the backdrop of hills and mountain view. 

Geography, Culture & its People

Tanni Jubbar Lake is an artificially water fed lake surrounded by the Deodar Forest at an altitude of 2708 meter from sea level. 

 Being situated in a town near Narkanda, the forest is close to the border of Tibet, and falls close to Tibet-Shimla highway NH-22.  Thus, geographically Tanni Jubbar is a location which is a mix of remote and suburban features. 

The inhabitants around the lake are not just Hindus, but also people from varied religions. The same can be noticed around Thandaer and Narkanda.  Existing in the Thandear it is home to the Serpent King Vasuki, which has a mention in Hindu scriptures.

Tani Jubbal Lake
Tani Jubbal Lake

History of Tanni Jubbar Lake

Tanni Jubbar lake exists in a place called Thandaer, which is known for its apple orchard set up by an American man Samuel Stokes, who converted to Hinduism and Became an Indian freedom fighter. Moreover, Thendear is a mythologically significant place, being home to Naag King/ Deity, Vasuki. 

Tanni Jubbar Lake Highlights

Here are the highlights of Tanni Jubbar Lake heights and budget friendly places you can visit nearby:

  • Have fun in Tanni Jubbar Lake: Book a stay near Tanni Jubbar, visit the lake, and have fun clicking pictures and enjoying the scenic beauty. The activity would cost you nothing and you can do it anytime. 
  • Trek the Hatu Peak: Near Tanni Jubbar Lake you can go on a trekking point. The Hatu peak is a peaceful scenic and calm place to visit. It is less crowded to visit in summers and snow-capped in winters. Having fun in snow would cost you nothing here; moreover, there is no specific time to visit here. 
  • Bow in Hatu Mata Shine: Hatu Mata temple is the temple on the top of the Hatu Peak. The temple, just like the peak, is covered with snow in winters, and in summer you can see vast expanse of land which covers almost the whole town. As temples in India are 24 X 7 open free services in India, you can enjoy with your family in the shrine anytime.
  • Visit Asia’s richest Village: Close to MahaMaya temple is the Kotgarh Village, the richest village in Asia. The inhabitant owns a vast apple orchard farm and is a place where you can book a luxurious stay amidst natural beauty. Visiting this village takes no takes and you can see the apple farms for free. 
How to reach Tanni Jubbar Lake?
How to reach Tanni Jubbar Lake?

How to reach Tanni Jubbar Lake?

To reach Tanni Jubbar you must first reach Shimla, either Shimla airport or through road.   The distance from Shimla to Narkanda is 59 Km    along the highway NH 22, the Tibet Shimla highway to Narkanda; from Narkanda you must travel 27 Km Narkanda to Thandaer, and further from reach Thandeur about 6 km to reach Tanni Jubbar, Narkanda. 

The best time to Visit Tanni Jubbar Lake

  • April–May: March to May is a good time to do summer activities around the Tanni Jubbar Lake. The April month here is springy and blissful, and May the warm month with 18-degree Celsius temperature.  You might see plenty of crowds near Tanni Jubbar this month, although decreasing as we ascend to June. 
  • December – February- March:  March is an Ideal winter activity for those who do not like very chilling weather, but for people who want to Have Fun Near Tanni Jubbar, should visit on the New Year eve or in February, although February has a harsher winter than December month.  The place in both months is crowded. For a more secluded weekend trip you can opt to travel in March. 
  • October-November: The two months are off-season, though they come with pleasant weather and great views, but you might not see apples in the apple orchard and snow on the mountain. It is a favorable time to go boating in the river as the temperature is slightly lower in April month. 

Weather in Tanni Jubbar Lake

Weather In the TaniJubbar is cold and dry, with late arriving summers, and more long and snowy winters. The temperature around Tanni Jubbar 11 to 12 degree Celsius throughout the year.

Tani Jubbal Lake In Snow
Tani Jubbal Lake In Snow

Things to do in Tanni Jubbar Lake

  • Hatu Peak Trek: although not a formal trekking point, Hatu peak is a peaceful, scenic, and calm place to visit. It is less crowded to visit in summers and snow-capped in winters. 
  • Bow in Hatu Mata shine: Hatu Mata temple is the temple on the top of the Hatu Peak. The temple, just like the peak, is covered with snow in winters, and in summer you can see vast expanse of land which covers almost the whole town. 
  • Stroll in Stoke farm:  Take a stroll amidst the apple orchard by a historic freedom fighter. The stoke farm is an apple orchard farm built by Samuel Stokes, who was an American freedom fighter, who fought and was martyred in the Indian Freedom. struggle. The farm has fresh red apples which fill the hills with the aesthetic nutty scent of winters. 
  • Bow in MahaMaya temple:  The Maha Maya temple also locally known as Kacheri devi temple is a temple situated amidst the cedar wood forest It is situated approx. 10 km from Narkanda, 
  • Visit Asia’s richest Village: Close to MahaMaya temple is the Kotgarh Village, the richest village in Asia. The inhabitant owns a vast apple orchard farm and is a place where you can book a luxurious stay amidst natural beauty. 

Narkanda Places to Visit

  • Hatu Peak Trek: although not a formal trekking point, Hatu peak is a peaceful, scenic, and calm place to visit. It is less crowded to visit in summers and snow-capped in winters. 
  • Bow in Hatu Mata shine: Hatu mata temple is the temple on the top of the Hatu Peak. The temple, just like the peak, is covered with snow in winters, and in summer you can see vast expanse of land which covers almost the whole town. 
  • Stoke farm: It is a vast apple orchard farm built by Samuel Stokes, who was an American freedom fighter, who fought and was martyred in the Indian Freedom. struggle. The place is a blend of aesthetic and historic amusement, which makes it a must visit. 
  • Kotgarh Village: The richest village in Asia, Kotgarh is a home of the richest apple farmers around the world. Its village is drenched in material and natural luxury. 
  • MahaMaya temple:  The Maha Maya temple also locally known as Kacheri devi temple is a temple situated amidst the cedar wood forest It is situated approx. 10 km from Narkanda, the temple is a home to an ancient goddess mentioned in ancient Hindu scriptures. 
Frozen Tani Jubbal Lake
Frozen Tani Jubbal Lake

Where to stay 

  • Deodar Cottage Kotgarh:  To have a beautiful stay in a lavish old school Bungalow in the backdrop of an apple orchard and panoramic Mountain range view, you must stay in Deodar Cottage Kotgarh, situated in the richest village of Asia continent. 
  • The Wilderness: The wilderness is the resort closest and situated beside the Tanni Jubbar Lake, it is surrounded with natural beauty, The sweet scent of orchards and the view of cedar forest against the backdrop of mountain range is a feast to the senses.  
  • Hotel Hatu: Hotel Hatu is a mix of comfort and luxury with almost everything customizable. Situated near Hatu Mata Temple, it provides comfortable mobility to the visitor. It is even close to the Dabas in case you like to eat Desi food. 
  • Narkanda Camp Resort: The Narkanda Camp resort is a budget friendly resort situated at Hill too, will help you cover the vicinity of the town from your balcony. It is situated in the Middle of the Cedar and blue pine forest, which is completely covered in snow in the winter months, and is open for some winter fun activities. 
  • Tethys Ski Resort: The Tethys ski resort and spa is a lavish Resorts near the Tanni Jubbar Lake Narkanda, it is built in European style, and is a remnant of British rule in hills of Himachal Pradesh

Distance – Chandigarh, Delhi, Shimla, Punjab, Mashobra, Naldehra, Solan

  • Chandigarh to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 180 km 
  • Delhi to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 425 km 
  • Shimla to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 70 km 
  • Punjab to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 340 km 
  • Mashobra to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 68 km
  • Naldera to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 81 km 
  • Solan to Tanni Jubbar Lake Distance: 113 km 

Helpful Travel Tips

  • Do not travel in the Monsoon months.
  • Take a trained driver that knows how-to drive-in hills 
  • Try to take sleek or small cars, they are easy to park. 
  • Respect nature and keep the area clean. 
  • Avoid harming wild-life cover as you can be arrested by wildlife-rangers. 

Conclusion

The Tanni Jubbar, an oval shaped lake is a natural wonder amidst cedar Forest in Narkanda, it is best suited for budget-friendly summer excursions although not bad for winter excursion.

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F&Q’s Tani Jubbar Lake

What is Tani Jubbar Lake famous for?

Tanni Jubbar Lake is an artificially water fed, oval shaped Lake, surrounded by the Deodar tree about 70 Km away from Shimla., in the high-altitude region of Narkanda. 

The place is known for its natural beauty, panoramic Mountain view and atmosphere suitable for camping.

Tani Jubbar Lake is a Oval Shaped lake in the Narkanda?

Tanni Jubbar Lake is an artificially water fed, oval shaped Lake, surrounded by the Deodar tree about 70 Km away from Shimla., in the high-altitude region of Narkanda.

Where is Tani Jubber Lake?

Being situated in a town Thandear, near Narkanda, the forest is close to the border of Tibet, and falls close to Tibet-Shimla highway NH-22.  Thus, geographically Tanni Jubbar is a location which is a mix of remote and suburban features.

Which lake is famous in Narkanda?

Tanni Jubbar Lake is an artificially water fed, oval shaped Lake, surrounded by the Deodar tree about 70 Km away from Shimla., in the high-altitude region of Narkanda.

The place is known for its natural beauty, panoramic Mountain view and atmosphere suitable for camping, location inside the cedar wood forest which seems exciting in the backdrop of hills and mountain view.

Is Narkanda worth visiting?

Narkanda is a town in the hills of Himachal Pradesh near to Shimla on Indo-Tibet highway . The town is  a  worst visit  as it is all in one location for budget-friendly fun.