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Bir By Air

Bir and Billing do not have an airport. The paragliding sites probably cannot have an airport because if paragliders and big commercial mechanized aircrafts share the sky, accidents may occur. Air connections to nearby big towns in the state are also limited. All flights for the towns usually leave Delhi before noon. Delhi to Dharamshala (Gaggal Airport) Dharamshala, less than 100 kilometers from Bir, has an airport where flights land

Getting around Bir, Billing, and Neighboring Villages

Download Travel Guide in Pdf (1,230 KB) format… On Foot Walking is the best option to explore Bir and the neighborhood. Most of the attractions mentioned in the guide can be accessed on foot. You can walk along the roads or take shorter trails. Do remember, if planning to walk the trail, you may need a guide unless you are familiar with the area or an expert map reader. Within

How To Reach

Download the full report (PDF, 1.35 MB)… How to reach  There are no direct buses, flights, and trains to Bir and Billing from any part of India. Reaching Bir involves at least one stopover at Gaggal, Baijnath, Dharamshala, Palampur, or Joginder Nagar. Direct buses ply between Delhi, the capital of India and these stopovers, from where taxis and public and private buses start for Bir. Facilities at the bus stands

4 Options for Getting Around in Bir

    You have four choices for point-to-point travel within Bir: on foot, taxi, bus and bring your own car. Walking is the best way for getting around in small township of Bir. Taxi Stand, located in the Tibetan Colony (Lower Bir), offers small and big cars, including Maruti Alto and Maruti Dzire. The blue line differentiates taxis from private vehicles. Minimum tariff is INR 50.00. Limited public and private