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It's been a great journey for all of us and also this was our first ever trek and we all give a big thanks to Thrillophilia who provide us great servic...
Nag tibba trek is such a breather amidst this chaotic routine life that we live. it's a perfect set up having amazing people who host you and make you...
Quick facts about Nag Tibba Trek:
Reach Dehradun in the morning
Reporting time at ISBT Bus stop Dehradun is 07:00 AM.
Drive to Pantwari village via Mussoorie. The transport halts at Kempty fall for breakfast.
Reach Pantwari village via Nainbagh. Get freshen up, have lunch in a hotel and then start the first leg of your trek to Nag Tibba base camp.
Upon arrival at Nag Tibba base camp, get served with hot tea and snacks followed by lip-smacking dinner.
Overnight stay in camps surrounded by dwarfed hills and vast valleys with numerous glittering hamlets scattered till far among them.
Early morning, wake up to the mesmerizing beauty and fill yourself with breakfast.
Start your trek to Nag Tibba Top (3084 Ft.)
Reach Nag Tibba top, and witness the stunning views of the Himalayan peaks like Swarga-Rohini, Bandar Poonch, Kedarnath, and Gangotri.
Get served with the lunch after the trek.
Then start to descend to Pantwari village
End the journey by a drive to Dehradun with a bagful of memories.
Drop at Dehradun before 9:30 PM
Take return Volvo from Dehradun
Reach Delhi next day
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Rated : 5.0
It's been a great journey for all of us and also this was our first ever trek and we all give a big thanks to Thrillophilia who provide us great service like their food, transport service, camping facility and their treck guide and the all facilities from their side is up to the mark ..and we really enjoyed there ....we all had a great memory. One suggestion for those who planned for nag tibba trek is "not an easy trek specially from nag tibba camp to nag tibba summit it's difficult ...it's really difficult ...
Rated : 5.0
Nag tibba trek is such a breather amidst this chaotic routine life that we live. it's a perfect set up having amazing people who host you and make you comfortable throughout the trek. We started from Delhi and all the aspects regarding travel booking, cabs and pick up is managed by the Thrillophilia team in an impressive manner. They are helpful and most importantly available the whole time.The trek begins with a moderate walk and climb till the base camp on the first day you reach. You get packed lunch from the team. And this grand welcomed by an amazing view of sunset from such pristine heights.Everyone is allotted a quechua tent either on single basis or twin sharing. The night sets up with a warm bonfire with all the people around and hot served dinner. The next day trek begins early morning so take adequate sleep. Anyone who can walk every day can do this trek. It's a good way to start and know who trek gets done. The climb is moderate and is accompanied by a guide who in my case was an amazing person. He told so many stories, his own life narratives and history behind the whole place. The summit ends up with a breath taking to view from where you can see the Sahaydaris and Himalayas out far. It's just an amazing experience altogether. Things to remember. Carry less things as you yourself carry it. It's one night and two days so pack light.Carry small packs of toiletries and cosmetics. Do carry water bottle. Torch.During winters, carry gloves, scarves and good thermals.Preferably wear hiking trousers and shoes (you can easily get one from decathlon store or app) , makes it comfortable hike. Carry water. PLEASE DON'T THROW PLASTICS AT THE CAMP OR DURING THE TREK.
Rated : 5.0
I was on this trek on this weekend (19-12-2020) . Nag tibba trek start from Pantwari village. This trek is in two parts Pantwari to Nagtibba base camp ?? Nag tibba base camp to Summit or nah tibba peak. We started in afternoon on day one to base camp, so it took approx 2.30-3 hour to reach to base camp. There we had snack and enjoyed sunset ????. We also had campfire and music, then we went for sleep. Next day early morning, around 3am, we started trek for Nag Tibba Summit for the sunrise ????. This was around 4 km trek, so it took us 3.30 to to reach on peak. 2km out of 4Km was snow trekk, this was freezing cold ???? and slippery trekk. After reaching to peak we witnessed the mesmerising beauty of snow ?? covered mountains ????. This is highly recommended trek to the people who enjoy trek and travel.
Rated : 5.0
Mr Bachan Rana, is an awesome guide. He led the whole team of 80 trekkers to the summit with safety and encouraged each one of us through out the trek.
Rated : 5.0
We did the trek on Aug 16, 2019, during the monsoon season and it was a wonderful experience. I wouldn't call this trek easy - especially for beginners or people who rarely work-out and aren't physically active. Moderate difficulty is a better-suited term for beginners and I highly recommend getting in shape and doing cardio and leg exercises around a month before your trek begins. We were only 6 people in the entire group which made the entire trek even more enjoyable. Food was good and had a homely feel to it. P.S. If you don't want to spend money on buying trekking shoes, you can also rent them at Pantwari village, the starting point of the trek.
Rated : 4.0
It was a very good experience. Only thing on the start they don't start from dehradun ISBT, rather they start from prince chawk, which was not informed clearly.
Rated : 5.0
Solo traveler....whole journey was awesome.Trail ..mountains snow local fellow traverse guides and the beauty charm of nature
Rated : 5.0
We joined as two members and were skeptical as our journey started on Sunday morning, where most batches are generally planned to return back. From start Thrillophilia engaged with us, to solve our doubts, provide us contacts. On Sat evening we properly got call for our pickup for the next day. The whole trek was nicely organised. The facilities on camping/stay were best including food. The Guide was an expert and it's where it make difference. He was local and he took the whole of our batch till the summit. He chose proper routes to avoid falls on slippery ice, took time for all members to complete it. About Nagtibba, yes, very beautiful trek. It's not that much difficult, but one needs to be a little practiced on basics. After all, its the Himalaya. IMHO The practice of walking 5-6 km and a few dips and squats daily for one month before the trek for couch potato should be ok to do this trek. Based on this experience, we are going with Thrillophilia for all of our treks.
Rated : 5.0
Nag tibba was an amazing and memorable experience for me as it was my first solo trip. I got connected with many new peoples during the trek. There were two guides with us during the whole trek and they were very helpful and cooperative. They provided me power bank as my phone got discharged. And talking about the food, rajma rice was very delicious. Whole experience were amazing. A must visit trek.
Rated : 4.0
Overall experience was good. We went to Nag Tibba trek in Sep 2020 when things just got opened after a long COVID break. Since things had just begun, there were some small issues. But Thrillophilia takes care of everything and make sure your experience is the best! Would recommend Thrillophilia to everyone.
The best time for Nag Tibba trek is February to mid-June, and mid-September to end-November. This is is an easy trek and the best weekend break to revitalize you.
You will not have mobile signals on the top. However, on the way, you can get the broken signals of Airtel and Idea.
The Nag Tibba trek difficulty level can be considered as easy to moderate as the maximum altitude that you will pass in the course of this trek would be 9,914 ft. above the sea level with a number of steep sections and gradual terrain.
People with a decent level of physical fitness can easily be a part of this trek. Nag Tibba Trek is very much popular among beginners, families, and children who love to come over for a weekend getaway.
As the name suggests at the front, there will be two different activities available in the Nag Tibba Trek program, which are – hiking and camping. By taking part in this adventurous tour, you can enjoy trekking through the beautiful natural surroundings of the Nag Tibba summit. Moreover, you can also relish the authentic experience of camping and lighting up a bonfire during the nighttime. The whole experience would be even more fun and enjoyable if you are traveling with your friends or family members.
As the trails of Nag Tibba trek are surrounded by dense forests, you are not going to find any luxurious tourist stays here. However, there is no need to worry at all, as the tents are going to come to your rescue. Each of the tents, which will be provided during the beginning of the trek, is highly durable and, thus, can protect you from the cold winds.
No, contrary to the popular belief, Nag Tibba is one of those places in India that are perfect for only the skilled trekkers. The whole distance of the whole trek is around 10 km, which makes it even more difficult for the beginners to cope up with it.
The Nag Tibba trek height is perched at an altitude of 9,915 feet from the ground and regarded as the highest summit of the Garhwal Himalayas. From this peak, you can take a glimpse of several lower summits like the Doon valley, Kedarkantha peak, and various others. Though the summit is quite high but the views that it offers makes it worth the effort.
Yes, the Nag Tibba trek for beginners is a great choice as the trail is an easy one and is considered to be the best Himalayan treks for beginners. It is a small trek of about 8 km and one can opt for it without even giving a second thought.
If you are a beginner then this is the best pick for you, as from here you can gape at the grandeur of the Himalayas and have memorable time with the spellbinding displays of nature.
Please do not carry the normal sports shoes. As you need the good traction during the Nag Tibba trek, shoes from Woodland or Forclaz 500 is a recommended choice
As the temperature is cold throughout the trek with the possibilities of rain, we recommend that you carry woolen clothes, which can be full sleeves woolen sweater, thermal inner wear, windproof jacket, etc. along with a raincoat.
Nagtibba is good for trekking solo. But like any other trekking ideas, you must prepare for this one. Trekking is as easy as much as you know about it. If you are going for Nag Tibba trek solo then you are responsible for your own safety and therefore it is important that you know the highs and lows well.
It's always advisable to go on a group tour for trekking in the Himalayas, instead of trekking solo for safety and security reasons.
There are two Nag Tibba Trek routes. One can either trace the beautiful peak from the Devalsari village that will be about 13 km but if you are not willing to take this long route then you can even start from Pantwari village that has less complicated pathways and is just 8 km trail.
It is advisable to carry a 6L backpack, weight to be carried will depend on your requirements and capacity.
Veg meals and safe drinking water is provided during the trek. Dinner on Day 1 and breakfast & lunch on Day 2 will be provided,
Many people feel inclined to consume alcohol while trekking. But it is very dangerous and often advised against while trekking. Alcohol might increase your adrenaline and cause the blood vessels to dilate this dilation makes your blood flow towards the skin.
This makes you feel warmer while actually, your body temperature drops in reality. Alcohol also increases the chances of catching hypothermia at such high altitudes. Hypothermia will cause your body to start shivering and it will increase your breathing rate.
The best way to combat the cold is to take precautions and not to have alcohol. It can also cause dehydration and cause you to vomit, or it can give you dizziness, headache, and insomnia. This is why experts strictly avoid trekkers against having alcohol while on their journey.
Getting to Nag Tibba is an easy one as you can take a direct flight, train or bus to Dehradun after which you can hire a private taxi or local bus that will take you the Pantwari village. From this point, you can trek to Nag Tibba as it is just 8 km.
Yes, Nag Tibba trek is a good trek for first timers as well because the trails are not so tricky or challenging that test your physical stamina every other time but still, you are expected to have a reasonable physical fitness to walk around 10 kilometres or so every day on the trek.
Keeping yourself hydrated during the trek and be prepared with the medicines for acute mountain sickness to avoid falling sick after you reach the base camp.
The trekking season starts in March usually and there will be snow in the region but the end of the March will make the snow disappear and then the days will be sunny. Also, there will be moderate hot during day time ranging to 20 to 25* Celsius. But the night temperature will come around 08-13 degree Celsius.
During monsoon, there will be rain most of the days and at the top portions, rain will be comparatively lesser. After monsoon, from September to December, the day time will be sunny but the temperature will remain around 14-18 degree Celsius and in the evenings, it drops down to 10 degree or so.
To avoid acute mountain sickness, you can have some medicines handy but Nag Tibba is not a very high altitude destination and hence you need not take life saving drugs like Diamox or similar ones. Still, have one or two at the maximum for safety if some emergency happens after you reach the base camp.
Keeping hydrated throughout the trek will help you overcome the first uneasiness and tiredness. Also have some energy bars or snacks with you on the trek.
The road distance between Delhi and Nag Tibba is approximately 355 km and has good connectivity. You can reach Dehradun and then hire a taxi or travel by bus to reach out to the Pantwari village. From this point, Nag Tibba is just 8 km trek.
Since Nag Tibba is an easy-moderate trek, you will not need an athlete physique or stamina but still, you need to be energetic and somewhat fit to cover 10 kilometers or more by walking through the rough forest roads. Except in winter, the other seasons are really easy for doing this trek.
You need a good amount of cardiovascular endurance to complete this expedition and for that, you can do jogging or simple exercises every day before the start of the trek. Squats will also be a good option to gain strength in order to keep the targets on the trek easy.
For flexibility, you need to do some stretching exercises regularly and it will help you get rid of muscle related problems.
First of all you have to reach Dehradun Railway station or Bus station. From there onwards you need to reach the first point i.e. Pantwari village. This village is at a height of 4,640 Feet and it takes 4 hours of uphill drive from Dehradun Railway or Bus station.
As soon as the motorable road ends, Nag Tibba Trekking begins. From Pantwari village it’s a 3-4 hours trek to campsite i.e. Camp-1 where you will be spending the night. Next day you need to start early from the campsite to enjoy Nag Tibba trekking session of 4-5 hours to finally reach Nag Tibba.
Yes one can go for NagTibba trek in December. The beauty of the Nag Tibba trek increases in the month of December with the onset of winters. The peaks become snow-cladded and that makes the trail a little arduous one. Apart from this, the temperature bar ranges between 7 to -7 degrees celsius that is quite chilling and one must not forget to carry woolen clothes with themselves.
The Nag Tibba trek length is about 10 km from the base camp that is situated in Pantwari. Pantwari is located at a distance of 60 km from the city center of Mussoorie.
It would take you around 7 - 8 hours to reach the summit from the base camp if at all you have a decent level of physical fitness or else you can choose to stay in the campsites and trek slowly.
Your Nag Tibba trek starting point is your journey from Dehradun and then you will reach to Pantwari village. After Pantwari village you will hit Campsite i.e. Camp-1 and finally, from Campsite your journey to Nag Tibba peak will start.
Unlike rest of the treks, The Nag Tibba trek can be done throughout the winters. It is one of those few treks in Himalayan range that operates during winter as well.
Nag Tibba is well connected with Delhi through roads and rails as well. You can take local transportation to Dehradun and cover a distance of 255 KM. The remaining distance of 108 KM can be covered by taking a car or other services available.
Between the months of November to March, Nag Tibba receives huge snowfall. The temperature here remains constant and between -2 to 5 degrees.
To reach Pantwari Village, you can take a bus or travel in a taxi from Dehradun. This distance is 100 KM and can be easily covered in 2 to 3 hours.
Around the campsite, toilets are arranged along with the tents. Garbage bags will be provided at each campsite and you are advised not to litter elsewhere as it would incur a fine.
A trek to Nag Tibba starts from Pantwari village and holds a trail of around 15 KM. To reach Pantwari you will have to cover a distance of 60 KM which will take around 2 to 3 hours.
Basic medical facilities and first aid kit will be provided by the operator only, However, you can also bring your own kits along with you. Also, if you have some medicines prescribed to you, you can bring them too.
A person joining this trek is required to have an average fitness level. Also, if you have any medical problems like heart disease, breath problems, back pains etcetera cannot join the trek.
Yes, you can go on a NagTibba trek in august as the whole valley appears wonderful in the middle of lush green and vibrant flowers. It is a relatively easy trek and you can easily conquer the mountains between the month of August and the month of March. In the course of the trek in August, you will get to spend a lot of time close to nature.
Yes, one can go on a Nag Tibba trek in march. The valley would be just wonderful to trek because of the best climatic condition as well as alluring natural scenic and tranquilizing beauty. You can also get a clearer view of the famous Doon Valley, Kedarnath Peak, Gangotri Peak, Bandarpunch Peak in the month of March.
Yes, the cost of a Nag Tibba trek guide is also included in the package. Apart from tour guides, the package also includes camping, accommodation, transfer, meals, adventure and sightseeing activities.
Yes, you can go on a Nag Tibba trek in April month as it is the most suitable time for trekking and other adventure activities in the valley. Trekking and other outdoor activities are closed and much reduced in the course of the peak winter season because of heavy snowfall. Because of its easy access, you can reach the base camp in Pantwari and be a part of the trek.
Pantwari to Nag Tibba trek distance is about 10 km. The duration of the trek is in general about 2 - 5 days and you would at least 7 hours to climb to the peak. If you have a decent level of physical fitness you can easily make it all through the year without facing any kind of inconveniences.
The Nag Tibba trek cost would be around INR 1999 per adult. This pricing is inclusive of a discount of 20% on the actual MRP. This package from Thrillophilia lets you explore all the magnetism of the trek as well as offers you meals, transportation, adventure and sightseeing activities, accommodation in the campsites, and tour guides to assist you in the course of the trip.
Nag Tibba Trek is located at an elevation of about 3050 meters above the sea level in Garhwal Region of Lower Himalayas. This trek lets you capture the amazing and crystal clear views of Bandarpunch peak, Kedarnath peak, and Chanabang peaks. The trek is located about 90 km from Dehradun and about 60 km from Mussoorie. If you wish to be a part of this trek, you would need to reach Pantwari Village, which happens to be the base camp for the trek.
Dehradun to NagTibba trek distance is about 90 km. You would need to reach the base camp at Pantwari village by any public transport or on your own arrangements, and then trek for about 8 km to reach the summit. If you have a decent level of physical fitness, it would take you about 7 - 8 hours to complete this trek from the base camp.
Yes, you would need to get a valid Nag Tibba trek permit from the officials so that you don’t get caught on the way by the forest officials. If these officials catch you with valid permits, then they can take stringent action against you or levy a heavy penalty.
Yes, you can make it to the summit of the Nag Tibba trek in one day. It would hardly take 7 - 8 hours to cover the distance from the base camp to the summit, which is about 8 km in total. Most of the trekkers who visit this trek prefer to spend some time in overnight camps for perfect relaxation as well as to be a part of some chilling activities like a bonfire.
You can easily take a bus from Delhi to reach the famous Nag Tibba trek. The total road distance is about 355 km and the roads are well laid out for a safe and comfortable journey. You can reach Dehradun from Delhi by a bus and then book a taxi to take you to Pantwari Village, which happens to be the base camp. After that, you would need to cover the rest distance by trekking.
There are very chances of sighting snowfall in the month of March as snowfall is completely dependent on the climatic condition. In the month of March, the minimum temperature remains close to -2 degree Celsius and the maximum temperature is not more than 0-degree celsius.
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