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Mount Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek (6 Days) Through Manali

Starting from INR 12000

Trek to DeoTibba base camp is a pleasant 6 day trek with most picturesque landscapes ranging from alpine forest, undulating meadows of Gaddi marshals, moraines, waterfalls and a high altitude Chandratal Lake with bright emerald green water which is also a major highlight of this trek. You would trek the path with splendid views of DeoTibba peak and Indrasan along with the majestic view of the glaciers of Jagathsukh river and DeoTibba. Mt. Deo Tibba (OR) Deo Tibba Peak is situated in the Pir Panjal range of mountains in the Manali region of Himachal Pradesh, India. At 6,001 meters, it is considered as the second highest peak in Himachal Pradesh after Indrasan (and one of the top 20 highest peaks in India).

  • Duration
    6 days
  • Group Size
    5 to 15
  • Difficulty
  • Season
    April - October
Mount Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek (6 Days) Through Manali

Mt. Deo Tibba (OR) Deo Tibba Peak is situated in the Pir Panjal range of mountains in the Manali region of Himachal Pradesh, India. At 6,001 meters, it is considered as the second highest peak in Himachal Pradesh after Indrasan (and one of the top 20 highest peaks in India). Deo Tibba base camp trek proves to be a very good trek for both beginners as well as trek enthusiasts. It not only offers stunning views of DeoTibba peak, and its several glaciers but also fascinates you with the charm of Chandertal Lake which you will encounter on your way during this trek. The entire stretch of this trek is rich in both flora and fauna, thus providing an enriching experience to trekkers. **Trip Info.** - Duration: 6 days - Height: 4680m. - Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh - Gradient: Easy to Moderate - Best time: April to October **How To Reach Manali (Entry & Exit Point for Deo Tibbas Base Camp Trek)** By Air: The Nearest Airport Which Is 52 Km From Manali Is Bhunlar Airport. Cab Services Are Available Costing 700-1000 Rs From Manali. Bhuntar Is Well Connected By Delhi By Road: Manali Is Well Connected To Delhi You Can Take Overnight Bus From Delhi And You Will Reach Manali In 12-14 Hours. Tickets Can Be Booked Online **Basic Itinerary:** Day1: Manali to Khanol drive approx 2hours, then trek to Chikka(3200m), 3km and 2hours trek. Day2: Chikka(3200m) to Seri(3550m) 6-7km approx 4-5hours trek. Day3: Seri(3550m) to Tainta(4100m) 6km approx 5hours trek. Day4: Tainta(4100m) to Chota Chandertal(4680m) and back to Tainta. Its 6-7km approx and its take time 5-6hours. Day5: Tainta(4100m) to Chikka(3200m) 11km and 6-7 hours trek. Day6: Chikka to back to Jagatsukh 2hours trek and drive to Manali

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
Whats included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodation and meals while on trek
  • All climbing equipment (ice-axe, climbing shoes, crampon, gaiter, helmet, carabineer, seat harness, rock piton, ice piton, fixed rope, climbing rope, Jumar, etc.
  • Mountaineering course certified Expedition Leader and Guide
  • Cook and Helper till Base camp
  • Mules for common equipments till base camp
  • All meals during the Expedition
  • All camping charges
  • Transportation from Manali to Khanol, and back to Manali
Whats not included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.

Conduct of the Trek

  • Camping on Trek: Spacious tents to be shared by 2 or 3 persons respectively. We will provide insulated mattresses and sleeping with a fleece sleeping liner for each to be used personally and returned at the end of the trek
  • Kitchen Tent: There will be a separate kitchen and dining tents. For a small group (for 2-6 people) we carry kitchen cum dining tents. The camp area will have a trash bag, a water point to drinking water and a washing point. Our staff will help with any task related to maintenance of the campsite and keeping things available.
  • Toilets on Trek: There will be toilet tents for trekkers. The toilets will be dry toilets where a pit will be dug and will contain a hump of mud inside and there will be mud try.
  • Utensils on Trek: Provision of utensils would be there for every trekker but we strongly recommend carrying lunch boxes for days when packed food needs to be given. Carry boxes which can be covered with a lid. We do not use plastic bag to pack the food and to be given to each trekker, as we make an effort to take minimum plastic in mountains making close to no environmental impact.
  • Expedition Leader: He will conduct the entire program and take decisions in consultations with the team and depending on the weather, snow and other situations on the ground
  • Local Staff: We hire local staff as our support crew like a cook, guide, kitchen helpers, porters, mule persons. These are expert in their fields and the region.
  • Meals: On treks, you will not be required to carry anything to eat apart from your personal trail food. Our meal program starts with morning tea, breakfast, tea/ coffee, hot lunch, evening tea with snacks, soup, and dinner.
  • Leave no Trace: We strictly follow leave no trace policies on any trek i.e. making zero impact on the environment like avoiding packed plastic foods. Camping on durable surfaces, minimize campfire impacts, disposing of waste properly.

Things to Pack

  • Backpack of 50-65 L capacity with rain cover
  • Day Pack 15 - 20 L - To carry your personal gear, camera, water bottle, trail clothing, packed food etc. (you will need this when you offload your larger pack onto a horse/porter)


  • Trekking Shoes: Please do not wear sports shoes as on most treks as we go higher it gets harder to use the sports shoes. We recommend shoes with a good hard sole and also ankle support preferable waterproof.
  • Socks: 4-5 pairs of cotton socks and 1-2 pair of woollen socks (best to use when in camp. Not recommended while trekking)


  • Pants: 2-3 pairs - Ideal is the quick dry lightweight synthetic pants. Alternatively, track pants are also comfortable to trek in. Avoid jeans
  • T-shirts 2-3 pairs (Preferably full sleeves)
  • Synthetic Fleece Jacket (1 pair)
  • Windproof/ Waterproof Jacket (1 pair)
  • Down-filled/Hollow fibre fill insulated Jacket (1 pair; optional but get this if you want to stay extra warm at camps)
  • Thermal liners (1 pair upper and lower, optional)


  • Raincoat/Poncho: make sure it is something that will cover your daypack and camera too
  • Gloves: Lightweight synthetic gloves made of Fleece or you can also use woollen gloves
  • Sun Cap: 1
  • Sun Glasses with good UV protection is a must
  • Toiletries: Sunscreen SPF 30+, moisturizer, lip balm, soap, toilet paper
  • Repair Kit (needle and thread)
  • Headlamp/ Torch
  • Water Bottle: two bottles of 1 litre each
  • Trekking pole: Optional
  • Plastic packing covers. (Please pack all your gear in waterproof plastic bags so that your clothes etc. do not get wet while on horses or porters. Also, carry extra plastic bags in case you need to pack wet clothes)
  1. Day1: Manali to Khanol Drive Approx 2 hours. Then Trek to Chikka (3200 mts) - 3km and 2 hours trek

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    Trekkers need to assemble at Manali in the morning - sharp before 10am, to meet our team. Trekkers will need to board into our private vehicle for drive Khanol which is approx 2 hours. Khanlo is where your trek starts with gradual ascent, passing through thick pine forests. This trek will be for around 3 hours and at the end of the forest you will find Chikka. This is where we fix our first camp which is the best and safe place for camping.

  2. Day2: Chikka (3200m) to Seri (3550m) - 6 to 7 km and approx 4-5 hours trek

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    We will have our breakfast and begin today’s trek following the right bank of Jagatsukh river along the thick forest which gives way to boulders. This stretch of trek is covered with carpet of wild flowers and the treeline ends here, slowly giving way to Seri. Seri is a vast meadow spread out whose beauty you will admire. It was once a glaciated lake and has now turned to beautiful green meadows with an incredible range of herbs and alpine flowers.

  3. Day3: Seri (3550m) to Tainta (4100m) - 6 km and approx 5 hours trek

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    Today is the day when we will get ample time to rest, relax and acclimatize ourselves, as the trek starts with easy walking across flat section of the meadow. Today’s trek includes adventure of crossing few gushing river streams and some steep climbs to boulders which would lead to the moraine field. We would setup our camp here and today is the day when we will get glimpse of DeoTibba from our campsite. For the rest of the day, we will acclimatize and setup tent for overnight stay.

  4. Day4: Tainta (4100m) to Chota Chandertal (4680m) and back to Tainta - 6 to 7 km approx and 5-6 hours trek

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    Today we will need to wake up early and start with the day carrying day-sack along with just water bottle and packed lunch leaving everything back to our respective tents as we will come back the same place. We need to trek high to the highest altitude of this trek and see lake mini Chanderta. This will require trek through moraines with uphill features and final stretch is going to be a steep climb. DeoTibba will always be in full view throughout the trail. The view is going to be so soothing that you will forget all the tiredness and be mesmerized by the view. We will have lunch at Lake Chandertall and admire all the surrounding beauty and later descend back to Tainta, followed by overnight stay in camp.

  5. Day 5: Tainta (4100m) to Chikka (3200m) - 11km and 6-7 hours trek

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    We will trek back from Tainta to Chikka today. Get ready after breakfast and we would proceed with descent towards Chikka. We will be having lunch at Dudupathar, followed by overnight stay in camp.

  6. Day6: From Chikka back to Khanol - 2hours trek and drive to Manali

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    Today would be our final day of this trek. We will trek back to Khanol which was our starting point and later drive back Manali via Jagatsukh. This will mark the end to this beautiful trek with unforgettable memories.


  • Campaign and tents on shared basis through the 13 day trek
  • No accommodation in Manali (first day and last day)

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Tent Camp at Chikka

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Tent Camp at Chikka

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Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Tent Camp alongside river streams

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek Tent Camp alongside river streams

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