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Story by Malika Verma

 Rated : 5.0

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It was an amazing experience! Mesmerized with the views of the peak. We were thrilled to see what the trek had to offer!It gets steep once the snow trek begins, but it is doable given the surroundings and kinda people you meet up there.The guides were around to help and kept the group moving along throughout the trek.The food and tents provided were pretty well-arranged. Loved what we had up there.Definitely worth the pain and money.Thrillophilia is a great way to book such deals and go up the mountains.

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Story by Tarun Aggarwal

 Rated : 5.0

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To start with, This is not a beginners trek at all. It has rocks, mud, slush, slopes, plains, snow and almost everything that is enough to turn you into a pro. Now about the team leader Bachan Rana, here's one of the best operator who takes care of everything and is humble at the same time. He is experienced and know the nits n bits. This is one awesome trek once you reach to the summit. From dinner in complete dark in 5°C at hill top to early morning trek to summit, it has everything.

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Story by Mayank Chandna

 Rated : 5.0

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Great experience. Bachan & team were very supportive & cheerful.

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Story by Praneet Mehta

 Rated : 5.0

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Great Experience. Although an upper cap on the number of people joining the trek could be set.

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Story by GEETIKA GEETIKA

 Rated : 5.0

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First time booked trek with Thrillophilia , had an amazing experience . Food - 5 startsArrangements- 5 Star Trek team - 5 StarEverything was on point and timely .Would love to book again with them.

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Story by Ashwin Sande

 Rated : 5.0

Went on Nag Tibba trek during 23-24th Feb weekend. Amazing team- Gopi, Bachan Ji, Poonam. All the arrangements made were top notch.

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Story by Ankit Jhunjhunwala

 Rated : 5.0

It was great and guide Raghav was really helpful throughout.He did a great job.Just because of his support i completed my whole trek quite easily.

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Story by Dheeraj Yadav

 Rated : 5.0

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It was my first trek and according to first time... It was really awesome. Food was delicious.. And all the guide trekkers - Mr. Bachan,Ms. Poonam, Mr. Raghav, Mr. Gopi and the little guide Sidhu were very cooperative and helpful..it was a memorable trek.. And I'm waiting for the next collaboration with them..

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Story by Tushar Tiwari

 Rated : 5.0

Nag Tibba is a perfect weekend winter trek. First day morning you will travel from Dehradun to Pantwari (Base village to start the trek). You will go through Mussoorie and there is a waterfall on the way. After reaching Pantwari you will start your first day trek to the base camp, it's about 4km long. After reaching the base camp have your lunch and you will get snacks afterwards. On the second day, you will start your trek to the summit. On the way, there is a view point from where you can see the Yamnotri range (Kedarkantha, KalaNaag etc). On this day you will find enough snow. I enjoyed the trek. Thumbs up to the trek leaders and the Thrillophilia team.

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Story by Prakhar Bhardwaj

 Rated : 5.0

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Awesome trip, beautiful trek, except one or two suggestions, trip organizers were outstanding in their own.. Thank you Mr Bacchan and team.. @raghav you're amazing bro... Ultimate view from the jhandi top of nag tibba trek... Most reasonable cost of just RS 4750 delhi to nag-tibba to delhi... Suggestion 1 - campsite might be a bit closer to temple. Suggestion 2 - better packed food might be provided while going to summit.Thank you Thrillophilia

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Story by Mohit Jani

 Rated : 5.0

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The trek was very nicely planned and the food quality provided was very good. I had enjoyed a lot

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Story by Shilpi Shristy

 Rated : 5.0

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moderate trek... you may find some snow on the way from base camp to the top.. temperature will dip to 0 degree celcius in December so be prepared

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Story by HEMANT KUMAR

 Rated : 5.0

12-13 January 2019 Transportation- good via tempo traveller. Trek leaders- Very supportive and good nature Trek route- Moderate (not easy) Food- Tasty as like home View- Amazing Base camp- Very well placed with amazing view Tents and sleeping bags- Very good for minus degree temperature Nag tibba summit- dynamic view from all sides. Best thing- Unexpected snowfall Over all- Very good experience.

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Story by Aastha khare

 Rated : 5.0

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The experience was good , though it was a little hectic but views were worth. Also the arrangements made on camping like tents, bonfire, food was good .

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Story by vijeet shivhare

 Rated : 5.0

The trip was well organized, however it is not for beginners but dedicated trekker can touch down the submit. Bachan Rana (Trek Guide) was experienced trekker. His team helped us at every point. They were with us throughout the trip and took care of us as their own team members. It was definitely a once in a lifetime experience. Cheers...

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Story by Mukul Mishra

 Rated : 5.0

Nag Tibba is an amazing escape for a short winter holiday like new year or Christmas. It is a two day trek to the top of the highest peak of Lesser Himalayas.The trek is a bit steep and hence tiring for beginners but the view at the base camp as well as at the top is worth the sweat.Which brings me to the point that why Thrillophilia is better, On our first day we gather at the Dehradun station and meet our trek guide Steven, who by the way is really an adventurer and full of astounding stories of his own, Do ask him about it! Then It is a three hour drive to pantwari village which gets interesting as the driver puts nice tracks both old and new. From pantwari we start our trek to the base camp, the path is full of pebbles and but the view alongside and the lunch provided by them makes us forget about it.At one point you would think why did you come here in the first place you could have rested and partied over the weekend at you cosy home but then you reach the base camp and spot the sunset view just in time where you just have to sit and Rana bhai (tour guide) will make the arrangements for your hot tea and pakora and you realise so this is what they say abiut chai, pakore and the sunset. The base camp is set at such a perfect spot that just by sitting in you tent you can appreciate the show nature performs for you. Then there are arrangements for bon fire with popcorn, soup , music and a bunch of fellow trekkers, followed by the dinner and amazing experience sharing moment. And you get so satisfied that you think even if this is all, it's amazing already. But then the next day early morning trek for Nag Tibba starts, it is dark when you start the trek but that's the whole point, you can aim for welcoming the sun back, yes the sun rise from the top. The sun slowly unveils the top of humungous mountains and you realise Why exactly you came down here, actually came up here! p.s. you can see many mountain peaks nanda devi, chandrashila, Kedarkantha, Bandarpucch etc etc. Rana bhai will explain you that. Pics : Sunset view from the base camp + Nag Tibba top view

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Story by Shivani Gupta

 Rated : 5.0

It was a great experience! Tasty and healthy food was given , hot water was supplied time to time and overall everything was taken care of

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Story by Abhimanyu Abhimanyu

 Rated : 5.0

Nag Tibba Trek is a weekend trek and can be easily accessed from nearby places as Dehradun is well connected. The first half day was journey in the traveller from Dehradun to Pantwari (Base village to start the trek). it is an easy trek for seasoned trekkers but do some physical fitness training before going on this trek (or any other trek) if you want to enjoy all the moments of the trek. Less stamina and tiredness often result into leaving the trek in between and dissatisfaction. Day 1: Dehradun to Pantwari and Nag Tibba Base Camp: First day half of the day we spent in traveling from Dehradun to Pantwari in a Tempo Traveller which was arranged by the bachan rana and team I clicking ashish n dinesh. They all especially bachan is polite and takes his work seriously. After reaching Pantwari we started our trek to the base camp. It was an easy trek of 4 Kms which we covered in 2 hours on a leisurely pace. We had our lunch on the way. (Veg. Urgent, egg frooti). Liked the food. Tents at the base camp were comfortable and food was great. Try and explore the sides to take good pictures. Day 2: Base Camp to Nag Temple, Nag Tibba Smmit, down to Pantwari and back to Dehradun So this day you need stamina. Total distance trekked was around 14Kms- Base Camp to Peak and Back- 10 Kms Base Camp to Pantwari Village- 04 Kms We started early morning at 5:15. Trek guides were the best and helpful all the time. These guys did really great job managing the group. Thumbs up to both. bachan, dinesh n ashish are seasoned trekkers .good knowledge of trekking and the terrain. Both of our guides were very friendly. First we went to the temple. I was surprised to know that every year in Rainy Season, a festival is organized there and villagers come there to take blessings of Nag Devta (Serpent God). From temple we went to the Nag Tibba Summit. On clear days, you can see beautiful snow covered peaks including Gangotri, Kali Choti (Black Peak) and Dhauladhar range. Start as early as possible from the base camp if you don’t want to miss the view as the day passes, visibility gets poor. After spending some time at the peak we started descending and reached to the base camp in 2 hours. Trekking down in hills is a bit tricky because of the slippery slopes and pebbles but enjoyable. After having our lunch at base camp we moved down to Pantwari village and then back to Dehradun in the traveller. We came back with a beautiful memory. Thanks to Thrillophilia and bachan rana n team for your continuous support and friendly gesture. Meals were tasty and stay was very comfortable. I will suggest trekker to go prepared with winter clothing and the basic things like torch etc. so that you can enjoy the trek. Bachan rana, thank you very much..

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Story by Priyanka Priyanka

 Rated : 5.0

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It was every bit worth it! the trek guides were very helpful and nice. Mukesh particularly kept us entertained throughout and went out of the way to help me andy friends. although I feel it should be a three day trek and not two but with a certain fitness level two days should be Okay. overall a wonderful experience it was! highly recommend it.

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Story by Abhinav Kumar

 Rated : 5.0

Nag Tibba Trek is a weekend trek and can be easily accessed from nearby places as Dehradun is well connected. The first half day was journey in the traveller from Dehradun to Pantwari (Base village to start the trek). I will suggest you to take Anti Altitude sickness or anti vomiting tablets to avoid vomiting on the way. Also, it is an easy trek for seasoned trekkers but do some physical fitness training before going on this trek (or any other trek) if you want to enjoy all the moments of the trek. Less stamina and tiredness often result into leaving the trek in between and dissatisfaction. Day 1: Dehradun to Pantwari and Nag Tibba Base Camp: I went on this trek with my friend Sunil and we had really good time there. First day half of the day we spent in traveling from Dehradun to Pantwari in a Tempo Traveller which was arranged by the tour operator. After reaching Pantwari we started our trek to the base camp. It was an easy trek of 4 Kms which we covered in 3-4 hours on a leisurely pace. We had our lunch on the way. (Paratha, Aloo Sabji, Chocolate, sweet and Fruity). Liked the food. Tents at the base camp were comfortable and food was great. Try and explore the sides to take good pictures. Day 2: Base Camp to Nag Temple, Nag Tibba Smmit, down to Pantwari and back to Dehradun So this day you need stamina. Total distance trekked was around 14 Kms- Base Camp to Peak and Back- 10 Kms Base Camp to Pantwari Village- 04 Kms We started early morning at 4.15. Trek guides were Ravi Chauhan and Gambhir Chauhan. These guys did really great job managing the group. Thumbs up to both. Gambhir is a seasoned trekker and trained from the prestigious Nehru Mountaineering Institute. He is having good knowledge of trekking and the terrain. Both of our guides were very friendly. First we went to the temple. I was surprised to know that every year in Rainy Season, a festival is organized there and villagers come there to take blessings of Nag Devta (Serpent God). From temple we went to the Nag Tibba Summit. On clear days, you can see beautiful snow covered peaks including Gangotri, Kali Choti (Black Peak) and Dhauladhar range. Start as early as possible from the base camp if you don’t want to miss the view as the day passes, visibility gets poor. After spending some time at the peak we started descending and reached to the base camp in 2 hours. Trekking down in hills is a bit tricky because of the slippery slopes and pebbles but enjoyable. After having our lunch at base camp we moved down to Pantwari village and then back to Dehradun in the traveller. We came back with a beautiful memory. Thanks to Thrillophilia for your continuous support and friendly gesture. Meals were testy and stay was very comfortable. I will suggest trekker to go prepared with winter clothing and the basic things like torch etc. so that you can enjoy the trek. P.S. - Running water washrooms are not ready yet.

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Story by kunal sehrawat

 Rated : 5.0

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perfect trek for weekend, well organized and had a lot of fun and really good place to get started with trekking..:)

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Story by Faizan Ahmad

 Rated : 5.0

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Trip was amazing.... communication gap with driver for the drop rest all was amazing. Meals, assistance from Pradeep and specially the group....we all become now so closed friends. Requesting Thrillophilla to arrange trips like this in future as well. Shared our memorable experience

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Story by Rituparna

 Rated : 4.0

About the arrangements: All arrangements made by Thrillophilia was top-notch. From the tempo pick up to making trekking sticks available to camping arrangements and food logistics--very well-coordinated and organised, and well-behaved people, and available on phone. We were 25 people in different groups who managed to get along reasonably well. The guides were friendly and encouraging, helpful and considerate. Tip: Speak to your guide over the phone about reasonable itinerary timings before booking your bus tickets to Dehradun. About the trek itself: It is a beginner's trek only in the eyes of a seasoned trekker! The downhill climb especially is not easy, what with the loose rocks and deceptive mounds of dry leaves. This is not to discourage people, but to prepare them for a challenging trek. Please wear suitable shoes, carry water and toffees, cap, sunscreen, and shades, and do take a trekking pole/stick along. My friends and I found that the last day has a lot squeezed in: from base camp to 'summit', back to base camp and then all the way back to the village. It is very exhausting. I would really request the organisers to spread things out over three days instead of two. We could enjoy the terrain better, and the sights along the way. It might be possible to catch the sunrise at the top and spend more time up there too if there is no hurry to get back down. Not sure how the camping would work out though. That's pretty much the only reason I am withholding one star. Last thing as an appeal to future trekkers: Many people get mules to carry their heavy luggage. The poor creatures are anyway burdened with all our camping stuff. I felt terrible to see them exploited with yet more baggage. Surely we can bear our own backpacks? Be prepared, but travel as light as possible, guys. (In June at least, the base camp didn't get very cold, a jacket and warm leggings were sufficient.) Very good first experience with Thrillophilia. Recommending.

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Story by pawan patel

 Rated : 4.0

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4 stars because they charged for running water in the washroom but not provided. infact field guys were unaware of it. they should refund the charges for running water.

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