Nag Tibba Trek
The highest peak in the lower Himalayas of the Garhwal area around Mussoorie is Nag Tibba, which means Serpents Peak in Hindi. Nag Tibba Range is also named after it, one of the three Lesser Himalayan mountains (the other two being Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal). Long ago, it was believed to be the home of the Snake God or Nag Devta.
Nag Tibba is known as the abode of Nag Devta, the God of Snakes. The word nag means snake. ‘Tibba’ means peak in the local language. Nag Devta is often worshipped here by local villagers who offer flowers and receive blessings. Snakes are symbols of rebirth, death, and mortality in Hindu mythology, as they cast their skin and are symbolically reborn.
- Pick and Drop Services (Dehradun to Dehradun)
- Welcome Drink
- 3 Meal Per Day
- Fruits + Chocolate (During Trek)
- Evening Tea + Snacks
- Bonfire (Depends upon Weather Conditions)
- Camping Tent + Mattress + Sleeping Bag
- Additional Services like Rental Gears
- Local Shopping
- Food & Drinks ( Which is not in inclusion )
Pick- Up / Drop
Start your day of trek journey in the morning from Dehradun Railway Station. You were exploring Campty Fall, Mussoorie, and the beautiful villages of Uttarakhand. After a drive of 4 Hours, you will reach Pantwari Village where your trek begins after taking a rest of 30 to 1 hour. When you reach Nag Tibba basecamp, you will reach your camp and enjoy the views.
Begin the three-kilometer hike up to Nag Tibba Peak. After enjoying the view travel back from Nag Tibba basecamp and after taking your lunch you will continue your trek down to patwari will begin in the late afternoon. After reaching Pantwari our driver will drop you back to Dehradun by the evening from where you can take your bus or train to Delhi or you can take a hotel to stay for the night.