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The Deo Tibba base camp trek is a popular choice for those looking to explore the beauty of the Manali region. Situated at an altitude of 6001 m above sea level, the trek offers stunning views of snow-capped mountains like Deo Tibba, Jagatsukh Peak, and Norbu Peak. The region is also home to various flora and fauna, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers. Although the trek can be challenging, it is well worth the effort for those looking to create lasting memories. For those looking for a more challenging trekking experience, the Deo Tibba Trek is a perfect choice.
This trek is located in the Kullu Valley and starts from Manali. It is classified as a proper mountain expedition, recommended only for experienced trekkers with technical knowledge. The trek is not for beginners due to its rugged terrain and high altitude. However, those who are up for the challenge will be rewarded with stunning views of nature and mountain landscapes. The Deo Tibba Trek is an unforgettable experience for any avid trekker.
About Deo Tibba Trek
The Deo Tibba trek is one of the prettiest, offbeat hikes in Himachal Pradesh. The excursions begin at Jagatsukh, about 10 kilometers from Manali, and travel through beautiful high-altitude pastures, picturesque meadows, and pristine forests before arriving at the magnificent peak of Deo Tibba to chaperone your enchanted journey. Deo Tibba trek is a pleasant trek that takes you to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds and the emerald blue waters of the Chandertal Lake (4,480 m) with magnificent views of Deo Tibba peak and its huge hanging glaciers. This is a spectacular view that haunts every trekker giving a unique experience.
According to local beliefs, Deo Tibba is the gods' meeting place. This sacred mountain, located in Himachal Pradesh, India, is said to be the site where the gods sit and discuss the affairs of mortals. The name "Deo Tibba" comes from the Hindu words for "god" and "hill." As a result, the mountain is often considered a holy site by Hindus. In addition to its religious significance, Deo Tibba is also an important ecological site. The mountain is home to various rare plants and animals, making it a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers. Whether looking for spiritual enlightenment or simply a breathtaking view, Deo Tibba is sure to provide an unforgettable experience.
Deo Tibba is one of the foremost beautiful, offbeat treks in Himachal Pradesh. The treks begin from Jagatsukh, about 10 km far away from Manali, and takes you thru pristine forests, sweeping meadows, and delightful high altitude pastures, while the majestic peak of Deo Tibba chaperones your magical journey. This 6 days trek remains quite shaded and isolated, and not many trekkers are often found here- all the more reason for you to start this spectacular trek!
Lose yourself amidst the paranormal wilderness with nothing but the expansive beauty and luxury of the Himalayas to stay you company. The highlight of the trek is that the breathtaking view of Deo Tibba peak from the bottom camp! you are doing not awaken to such mornings a day. a far better world is revealed and a heavenly land is unveiled where the meadows are going to be the mattress and therefore the sky is going to be the roof. So to experience one such above-mentioned overwhelming feeling, look out for the gorgeous Deo Tibba trek.
Duration: * 5 Days /6 Nights
Trip Extensions available on request.
- Transportation by road within 5 days, whichever is a part of the itinerary.
- Accommodation in tents on a sharing basis.
- Trekking & Camping fees including local guide.
- All vegetarian meals as per itinerary.
- Basic first aid kit, sleeping bags, mattress, tents, kitchen tent with utensils Expert staff facility including guide, cook & helperPorters/mules for carrying common types of equipment (like rations/tents/utensils/).
- All taxes included.
- Personal expenses of any kind including bottled beverages Anything not enclosed in inclusions.
- Expenses incurred due to unforeseen circumstances and personal insurance.
- The backpack transfer charges during trek would be Rs.400 per day for a 10 kg bag which would be subject to convenience & availability.
- The cost of transportation to reach Manali & go back from Manali is not included; however, we can tailor-made it conditionally.
Manali -Khanol(2700m)-Chikka(3200m) 2kms(2-3 hours):-
The base for the Deo Tibba Trek is scheduled at Manali. report back to Manali early within the morning. We tend to select you up early within the morning from the Manali bus stand. Post breakfast and refreshments, we drive to Khanol via Jagatsukh village, which takes about an hour and a half. The drive from Manali to Khanol isn't very long but scenic. we start the trek from Khanol, and follow a gradually ascending trail through a dense pine forest, which leads us to the primary campsite of our trek – Chikka. the entire trail is crammed with diverse sorts of berries and flora. The breathtaking views of the Indrasen peak and therefore the Spiti Valley will convince be a delight for your eyes. Overnight stay is going to be at Chikka base camp. Campfire and fun activities are going to be organized if the weather permits us to. Dinner is going to be served then a comfortable sleep is going to be arranged inside the tents in order that you're completely refreshed to require up the challenges for the subsequent day of the trek.
Chikka-Seri(3600m) 6km approx (5-6 hours):-
The second day of the trek was quite challenging taking you thru dense coniferous forests, the likes of which no other treks can beat. The altitude gain is sort of considerable, which only adds to the joys. leaving the gorgeous campsite of Chikka, we trail the trail running beside the Jagatsukh river bank. The trek difficulty is moderate including a couple of easy and level walks alongside many ascents. Although there are a few water sources present within the trail, it's advised to hold 2 liters of water.
The trail re-enters the forest and is paved by beautiful wildflowers giving a path to a tremendous landscape accompanied by boulders and grass. The altitude increases noticeably, and therefore the timberline gradually falls behind as we approach Seri, a stunning meadow that wont to house a glacial lake but now it's transformed into an outsized meadow with the corporate of an astounding sort of herbs and flowers.
Seri-Tainta (3900m)3 km (3-4 hours):-
We will start the day early after having a healthy breakfast at the Seri campsite. The third day of the trek incorporates a moderate level of difficulty including gradual and steep ascents. it's advised to hold 2 liters of water. you'll find a couple of water sources down the day’s trail where you'll replenish your water needs. We leave behind the campsite of Seri and leave for the campsite of Tainta. The trek begins with an easy beat a flat ground of meadows, succeeded by a stream-crossing which lands us near the Jagatsukh Nala. From here on, the trail becomes steeper and is stretched over moraines and boulders. We soon reach our campsite, which is towered magnificently by the lofty Mt. Deo Tibba, which reveals itself for the very first time!
Spend the day resting and exploring around the campsite. Today, you'll get tons of your time to rest and recuperate for the challenges that lie further ahead in our go after the summit. Overnight camping is going to be found out in tents.
Tainta-Mini Chandratal-Tainta 10 km approx(6-7 hours):-
Finally, we've to be ready for the foremost -awaited and crucial day of the entire trek, and hence it also gives rise to the most difficult day of the whole journey. A long day. we start early post breakfast and carry the day’s lunch in day packs. The trail is stretched over moraines still and is chaperoned by Deo Tibba altogether its splendor. Witnessing the serene lake crammed with emerald blue water will refrain you to return back from this mesmerizing place. The descent takes a notorious turn because the route is roofed in moraine and scree. It’s important to be more sure-footed during this region. we'll reach Tainta by evening. Overnight camping at Tainta will mark the top of this beautiful day.
Tainta-Chikka 9 km approx(5-6 hours):-
Early morning will mark the start of a gorgeous sunrise so close that it'll leave you wondering for a flash. we start descending back to Chikka, following an equivalent trail we took while ascending. confirm that you simply have water bottles alongside you. The trek is sort of easy. we'll break for lunch near Dudu Patthar, and reach Chikka.
Overnight stay is going to be in tents at Chikka campsite. we'll have our dinner while cherishing a number of the memories of the trek then attend sleep for the last time on this unforgettable trek.
Wake up early within the morning to catch the sunrise and for a fresh breath. This beautiful scenery and serenity of the place will surely restrict your return back to the chaotic world. Indulge yourself in clicking some sweet snaps which can act as a memory once you shall reminisce down the memory lane of your life. From this place, you'll get clear snapshots of the gorgeous Himalayan Ranges.
This will mark the Judgment Day of the trek where we'll drive all the thanks to Manali from Khanol after descending down from the Chikka campsite. Witnessing some alluring landscapes, we'll reach Manali by 6 pm within the evening. If you would like to remain after the trek, you'll also enjoy sightseeing in Kullu and Manali. There are many beautiful places like Vashisht Temple, Hadimba Temple, Mall Road. you'll enjoy adventure sports at Kullu like Rafting and Bungee Jumping.