Deotibba is a high altitude trek where we come along side lot of other treks too, like the Hampta Pass Trek along with the Chandra Tal Trek, which is surrounded by numerous water bodies. Deotibba is another beautiful trek in the state of Himachal Pradesh, which is engulfed with forests and canopies. The trek shoots off from Manali and a few other valleys and the main trek is kind of on the easier side, so it attracts a lot of rookies in this trip. Fresh air, raw energy and mystifying forest are the main USP of this adventurous trek.
Day 1: (Arrive at Bhuntar Airport-Manali-drive to Khanol Village-trek to Chikka)
The nearest airport from Manali is Bhuntar airport, which is approximately 50kms and takes around an hour and a half to cover that distance via car, and someone from our side will be there to pick you up at the airport for better convenience. After reaching Manali we head for Deotibba base camp trek point which is Khanol village. It takes around 6-7 hrs from the starting point to reach Chikka and route is filled with berries and wild flowers. Chikka is the next base camp for us, where we retire to after the end of Day 1 trek.
Day 2: (Trek from Chikka-Seri)
The trek starts along the banks of Jagatsukh Nallah from where we enter the dense forests. As we ascent for Seri we leave the forest behind and enter a new zone of glacial lake. Covered with waterfalls, wild flowers and trees of stunted growth all along the trek. We rest for the night in the camp site.
Day 3: (Trek from Seri-Tainta)
Seri is a green flat land and the Jagatsukh Nallah adds to the beauty of that place. On day 3 we’ve some steep climbing, along the rocky mountains and soon Deo Tibba will emerge for the first time and so will Indrasan. Today is a slow day for us and time to get used to the trek. Soon to retire for the night and call it a day.
Day 4: (Trek from Tainta-Mini Chandra Tal-return to Tainta)
After a decent ascent in the altitude, are the green fields, we soon reach the beautiful azure lake of glacier, the mini Chandra Tal. Thousands of Flowers are all around the lake. Throughout the trek the snow clad Deo Tibba shines mystically across the warm blue sky. Upon seeing the blue beautiful lake the nature will demand you to have a steeper rise, like it’s been hypnotizing you all along. After the trek we’ll return to Tainta soon enough. And after we return back to Tainta we spend the night there.
Day 5: (Trek from Tainta-Chikka)
Today we head back from Tainta via Seri and in the afternoon we might take a short pause at Dudu Pathar for some light snacking or lunch. The downhill trek is easy and takes around 5 hrs approximately. After reaching Chikka we stay here overnight and prepare well for tomorrow’s ending of this trip.
Day 6:(Trek to Khanol Village-drive to Manali)
Day 6 is the ending day for this trip. We trek back to Khanol Village from Chikka. And from Khanol Village we head back towards Manali via Prini in a drive. It totally depends on your discretion if you want to spend some time at Solang Valley and go for some adventure sports like zorbing, paragliding, and many more. After arriving at Manali in the afternoon you can take out sometime to venture out the local market and the local stores and soon head back for the airport, to travel to Delhi via the evening bus and take a flight from there.
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