Nag Tibba Trek | Safarnama
Nag Tibba Trek is one of the jewels of Uttarakhand Himalaya. This picturesque destination is popularly known as the ‘Mountain of the Serpent’. The name of Nag Tibba has been driven from Nag Devta, Tibba denotes hill or peak.The wide range of flora and fauna is an ultimate treat for those who are in love with the enchanting beauty of Mother Nature. Nag Tibba trek serves as the home to several endangered wildlife species like Brown Bear, Himalayan Mouse Hare and Musk Deer and Leopard.
The best time to do the Nag Tibba Trek in Uttarakhand Himalayas is in the summer months, from April to July. In the winter months, from September to December. If you love to experience snow trekking, the best months to travel to Nag Tibba would be January to March.
There are three ways to do this trek from Devalsari, Shrikot and Pantwari. Among all the magnificent places to visit in Uttarakhand. Nag Tibba trek has its own beauty and grace. The captivating valleys and Himalayan mountains cover with pearl-white snow. It truly makes it in the list of must-visit treks in Garhwal Himalayan ranges and the best treks in Uttarakhand Himalayas.
Day 1 – Drive to Pantwari and trek to Nag Mandir Campsite.Trekking
Distance: 4 km
Altitude: 4,642 ft
Drive from Dehradun to Pantwari village via Mussoorie, Kempty falls. Reach Pantwari village starting point of the trek. Pantwari village is located in Dhanaulti Tehsil of Tehri Garhwal district in Uttarakhand. Trekkers can see many species of birds, mountain peaks and rhododendron trees. The native language of pantwari is Hindi and Sanskrit. The total trekking distance from Pantwari to NagTibba summit is 8km.
NagTibba Trek start from pantwari village. Trekking in Garhwal Himalaya, passes through beautiful forest and one may see the Himalayan black, musk deer and an opportunity to capture these beautiful animals in shutters. Nag Devta temple is on the way, where god who carries a snake around his neck. Thousands of trekker visit this shrine, especially on the auspicious occasion of Nag Panchami.
Day 2 – Nag Mandir to Nag Tibba Summit and Return to Bhatwadi then drive to Dehradun.
Distance: 6 km.
Altitude: 9,915 ft
After having breakfast, it will be time to take an excursion to Nag Tibba summit. The beautiful campsite, located in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayas and jotted with several colourful meadows, natural beauty all around. Arriving in Nag Tibba trek summit, enjoy the wonderful as well as scenic beauty of the Nag Tibba summit.
From Nag Tibba trek summit, trekkers can capture the spectacular 360-degree. Ranging from Nanda devi the Garhwal peaks of the Bandarpunchh peak, Gangotri group of peaks, Kedarnath peak are clearly visible. One can also see Doon Valley, and the snow-clapped mountains of Chanabang, Chaukhamba, Swargrohini. A day amidst these natural beauty and wonders will make it up for some of the most memorable and enjoyable memories.
After enjoying delicious lunch with wonderful views around we prepare for a scenic walk back to Pantwari. Arriving in the town and drive to Dehradun. Reach the destination, relax and sink into nostalgia of the journey gone by.Nag Tibba Trek is one of the jewels of Uttarakhand Himalaya. This picturesque destination is popularly known as the ‘Mountain of the Serpent’. The name of Nag Tibba has been driven from Nag Devta, Tibba denotes hill or peak.
Dehradun Railway Station
Lakkhi Bagh, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001GET DIRECTIONS