Nagtibba Trek From Pantwari @ ₹1199/Only
Nagtibba Trek From Dehradun @ ₹2399/only
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Nag Tibba Trek Overview :
Start & End Point: New Delhi/Dehradun/Pantwari (As per variant selected)
Temperature: 14°C to 2°C
Nag Tibba Trek distance: 16 km
Maximum Altitude: 9,910 ft.
Nag Tibba Difficulty Level: Easy & Short Weekend Trek
Complete Experience Trek: Jungle Trail, Himalayan Views, Meadows, Waterfalls, Snow during winter.
Safety: One of the safest treks close to Dehradun & Mussorie, with no rivers for floods or does not have any history of landslides.
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Nag Tibba Trek Package Inclusions:
Stay: Tents on sharing basis
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Transportation: As per the variant selected
Activities: Trekking, Camping & Bonfire
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Famously called the ‘Mountain of the Serpent’, the Nag Tibba trek starts north east of Mussoorie, at the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges, at an altitude of 3,048 meters. The local people have been offering prayers (puja) to the Snake God (Nag Devta) at this peak which is testament to its sanctity. They believe that the Snake God protects their cattle from snake bites.
The Mussoorie-Nag Tibba trek will delight every trekker, whether amateur or veteran. For visitors coming from Delhi, it is an idyllic and ideal weekend trek. The trek offers visitors the chance to savor a variety of enchanting experiences, from the vision of the majestic snow-capped mountains to camping under the star-lit night sky and walking in the verdant lush forests.
The Nag Tibba trek starts at the village of Pantwari via the hill station of Mussoorie. There are many charming little villages that surround Pantwari, such as Bandsari village, Kori village, etc. From here, the trek heads down to the villages of Devalsari and Thatyur. There is a distance of 8 kilometers from Pantwari to the peak of Nag Tibba. Trekkers will walk through ancient forests filled with deodar and oak teeming with exotic wildlife. This is a trek that will be a cherished memory for life for both adrenalin-seeking adventure buffs as well as the more peaceful nature-loving trekkers.