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Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand 1 reviews
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India - Haridwar
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  • Duration 2 Nights 3 Days


Nag Tibba means the Serpents Peak. It is the highest peak in the lower Himalayas of the Garhwal region. It also gives a name to the Nag Tibba range which is one of the three ranges of lesser Himalayas, the other ranges are Dhauladhar and Pir Pajanl. Nag Tibba is located at 3025 Meters and attracts thousands of tourists every year. Nag Tibba offers majestic scenic beauty and a good trek for adventure lovers. It is a perfect place for camping during spring and summer and one of the most suitable treks for winter when most of the treks are closed due to heavy snow. The climax of the hike comes with the unveiling of a vision of the Gangotri group of peaks. From the high point of Nag Tibba, you can mark out Bandarpoonch, Kedarnath, and Chanabang—all absolutely mesmerizing snow peaks of the Garhwal Himalayas.

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What makes this tour special

One of the Attractions of Nag Tibba Trek is that the Transport will halt at beautiful Kempty Fall for breakfast.

  • The trek has got its name from 'Nag Devta' and offers an ideal weekend getaway destination for adventure lovers.

  • Nag Tibba offers a majestic view of stunning Bandarpoonch Peak, Gangotri Peaks, and Kedarnath Peak to arrest the attention of the visitors.

  • You'll learn interesting facts about the Naga Tibba and nearby villages.


Village - Bhandasari, PO - Pantwari, Dist - Tehri Garhwal, Nainbag, Uttarakhand 249186, India View on Map


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If you are a beginner in exploring mountains and trekking. I would suggest start with Nag Tibba Trek.Pocket friendly with great memorable scenarios and experience. Do try yourself and add a memory for lifetime.

reviewed on 2022/05/25

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