About nag tibba: Nag tibba trek used to be a 3 days’ trek in the past but now, with the road construction reaching the remotest part of that region, you can easily trek the summit in 2 days. The road takes you to the bottom of the mountain within 3 to 4 hours of the journey from Dehradun bus stand / railway station.
While visiting Nag Tibba you can see Garhwali lifestyle, a unique cultural identity influenced by the saga of river Yamuna, the younger sister of river Ganga. Yamuna valley is also famous for the Chakrata town and tiger falls nearby. Many tourists visit Chakrata to see the unexplored beauty of this place, which is away from hustle and bustle of cities giving you a peace of mind. The other important place is Lakhamandal, which is associated with the Mahabharat incident when Kauravas tried to immolate the Pandavas in a palace made of lac. The Yamuna valley is also known for the Kalsi edict constructed by the king Ashoka indicating vibrant Buddhist influence at that time. Nag tibba has a romantic association with the best selling “Seven Years in Tibet” written by Heinrich Harrer, as he escaped from Dehradun prison – of – war camp in 1944.
On the way to Nag tibba summit you can find the mountains full of trees especially oak and the deodar trees which makes your journey very pleasant. This place being in isolation also hosts a variety of wildlife and bird. There are several other reasons why the Nag tibba excursion should be taken if you are an enthusiast trekker and a true nature lover:
- Nag tibba trek is one of the nearest renowned treks near the capital of India – New Delhi
- The Nag tibba submit almost touches the 10,000 feet figure where from you can enjoy the panoramic view of majestic peaks of Himalaya.
- The trek can be completed in 2 days, so you can enjoy the trek during weekends.
- The trek can also incorporate the famous places like Mussoorie, Kempty falls and Dhanolti.
The Nag tibba trek is considered an easy trek and does not need much preparation, so make your journey to feel and see the Himalayan adventure.
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