The Birthi Water Falls is about 35 km from Munsyari and can also be approached from Tejam which is at a distance of 14 km from the falls. The fall surges from a height of 400 ft above sea level. It can also be reached from Kalamuni Pass and can be covered by a short trek from Munsyari. A visit to the Birthi Falls is mandatory during the months of June to September. The gushing water makes one’s heart skip a beat and leaves one spell bound.
Birthi KMVN Tourist Rest House is situated near the famous Birthi Falls near Munsiyari. Kumaon Mandal Vikas Nigam has been serving the tourists with quality service ensuring a comfortable stay. KMVN promotes the heavenly hamlets of Kumaon region by providing affordably priced accommodation facilities.
The nearest popular destination near Birthi is Munsyari. One can explore the following while their stay at Munsyari.
Munsyari is located in the Pithoragarh district of the state of Uttarakhand. The name, Munsyari, itself stands for a ‘place with snow’ and is often referred as ‘Little Kashmir’. It is entrance to the Johar valley and falls en route the ancient trade route to Tibet. The hill station on the banks of Goriganga River mesmerize the travelers with its scintillating beauty. It lies at the base of the Himalayan mountain range at an elevation of about 2200 m, becoming a hotspot for mountaineers, high altitude trekkers and glacier enthusiasts. It offers visitors a wide range of picturesque experience that one can derive from the marvelous view of snowcapped Himalayan range.