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Domain of Deo Tibba – 7 Days

Domain of Deo Tibba – 7 Days

One of the most enchanting trek of Manali. You will be transfer by vehicle to Sathen, a village settled by the migrated shepherds from Spiti., An Gradual trail leads from Saten in the lap of west side of Deo Tibba, traversing the slopes of wildflowers of different varieties vary to the different season, thick forest of pine spruce, Oak , Rhododendron and Jenifer. You will experience the thrilling glacier walk of Deo Tibba peak erected high at the east in front. Most fascinating point of this trek is extensive beauty of surrounding Himalaya and snow caped mountains peaks.

Day 1: Manali/ Setan (2700 m) -Chhika (3000m) 4 hours; Trek 1
Day 2: Chhika-Marhi (3300m apprx) 5 hours; Trek 2
Day 3: Marhi-Piyangniru (3900m apprx) 4 hours; Trek 3
Day 4: Piyangniru-Raurikhaudi (3300m) 5 hours; Trek 4
Day 5: Raurikhaudi – Jogidugh (3000m.via lamadugh/sorotu) 4 hours; Trek 5,
Day 6: Jogidugh-Tilgan (2900m) 4hrs; Trek 6
Day 7: Tilgam–Manali-via Bhanara (2300m) or Jagatsukh 4hrs; Trek 7

Day 1: Manali/ /Setan (2700 m) Chhika (3000m) 4 hours; Trek 1

After breakfast drive Khangpa village of Saten, the people of Khangpa community have migrated from Spiti (Tibet in the olden time). First day of trek in Hamta valley start through breathtaking landscapes on a gravel road , through forest and grassy slope. On left rise a sheer cliff high to the top toward Bhrigu lake. After 3 to 4 hours of easy trek valley get wider and you will reach at an impressive surroundings of Chikka (the camp site) is followed by a Rive Alain Nallah and its snout is Hamta Pass. Night in camp

Day 2: Chhika-Marhi (3300m apprx) 5 hours; Trek 2

During trekking cross a river to other side of the valley and get a beautiful view of Deo Tibba,Indrasan and Inderkilla, Hanuman Tibba (5930 Mts) and group of summits around Beas Kund and also landscape of Bara Bhangal Region.

Day 3: Marhi-Piyangniru (3900m apprx) 4 hours; Trek 3

The whole area is surrounded by high summits, hanging glacier, and massive moraine. This is true alpine zone that we are trekking in. Afternoon we spend time in exploring the surroundings.

Day 4: Piyangniru-Raurikhaudi (3300m) 5 hours; Trek 4

Trek gets little steeper in the beginning and after that all the way descends down to Raurikhaudi. Local shepherds of Kullu Valley can be seen grazing their herds of sheep and goats.

Day 5: Raurikhaudi – Jogidugh (3000m.via lamadugh/sorotu) 4 hours; Trek 5,

Jogidugh occupies a very famous place in the Hindu mythology, especially for the local habitants of the Valley. Said to be a very holy place of Thakshag nag (the serpent god).

Day 6: Jogidugh-Tilgan (2900m) 4hrs; Trek 6

Trek along the tree line goes little down to avoid the steep cliff and again little climb along the stream. After that the trek goes in a horizontal way right up to the campsite at Tilgan. At Tilganone can have a tremendous view of the Manali valley, town and surrounding.

Day 7: Tilgam–Manali-via Bhanara (2300m) or Jagatsukh 4hrs; Trek 7

Scenic trail descend to Bhanara, through tree line high above the valley there is an old temple of local God near the village and another historic cave (ARJUN GUFA) where the Pandavas are believed to have taken refuge during their exile. Get down to road side and drive back to Manali.

FIT (minimum 2 pax) cost:- €340/ per person

Group (minimum 4 pax) cost:- €280/ per person

Cost Include

  • Transport from main town of Manali to the starting point of trek and from the end of the trek to Manali main town.
  • All Vegetarian meal while trekking, lunch pack.
  • Kitchen team ( Cook and assistant cook ) with all necessary items
  • Professional trekking guide
  • Mule / Horses / Porters for transportation of the baggage and Kitchen.
  • Two men spacious tents, Dining tent , toilet tent, Mattress.
  • Common medical kit.

Cost Exclude

  • Hotels and meals in Manali
  • Sleeping bag,
  • Beverages except boiled water while in camp
  • Medical evacuation
  • Tipping to Staff.
  • Refund to any unused services and no show at the meeting point
  • Any expenses arise due to unforeseen circumstances like sickness,
  • if any one quite the trek by any reason, road blocks, landslides, etc.
  • Items of personal nature.


Cancelation Policies

Cancellation: All the cancellation must be in written and signed by the person who signed the booking form and will be effective from the date of the reception by the company.

  1. 40 days or more before departure: The agency will refund the entire paid amount to his client deducting the registration fee of 30% per persons.
  2. 20 to 30 days before departure: The agency will charge the 50% of total tour amount as registration fee .
  3. Less than 20 days before departure: The agency will be obliged to withhold the full amount of the deposit paid by the customer.
  4. Liability: The Company cannot be made liable for the consequences of weather condition, flight cancellations, war or threat of civil war, strikes, industrial action, political unrest or any other force majeure, unusual or unforeseen circumstance. The company reserves the right to use alternate transport, or vary the itinerary if breakdown, sickness or any other force major. Any additional that result, such as extra hotel accommodation, flight or road transport will be on your charge and must be paid directly at the spot.
  5. Please understand, there are certain hazards involved in your adventurous and culture holidays which you must accept at your own risk. The company will not be liable for any illness major or minor injury, death sustained during neither the trip, nor it will be liable for any uninsured losses of your property and other losses during the trip.

    It is strongly advised that clients take out insurance to cover the unexpected and cancellation charges:

  6. Travel insurance: This is mandatory for all clients travelling on any tour/ trek or independent itinerary arranged by us. You are responsible for obtaining adequate insurance covering expenses of unexpected, the loss of baggage, medical expenses, helicopter (air or ground) rescue, injury, death, repatriation, cancellation and curtailment of the itinerary.

What to carry for trek in Mountains / Himalaya

Clothing and advise

Due to wide range of temperature and climate conditions, it is advisable to bring appropriate clothing. For protection against cold a layered clothing is better than a few thick ones, so choose your cloths accordingly. Cloths should be preferable be made from natural materials which allow the body to breath better. You will be offending people if you walk around in skimpy or tight fitting clothes. Although there are normally opportunities to wear shorts, it is strictly forbidden to be with short in any religious places as monasteries and temples. We would advise women to wear shirts or loose trousers, men should not wear singlet

What you should pack for the trip in mountain

Warm jacket type of gore axe or else, Raincoat, full sleeve Pull over, 2-3 pairs of long and short sleeves /Shirts, Track paint, trekking shoes, Sneakers for river crossing ( where applicable ), Camp shoes ( Sleepers ), 2 pairs of Gloves, 2-3 pairs of warm socks + normal socks, Sunglasses / Spare glasses or contact lenses, Sun hat / cap, Scarf, sun cream, lips balm to protect the lips, Washing kit, toilet kit including light towel, A small sewing kit, Safety pins, torch or flash light with spare batteries, Camera with spare batteries and cards, battery Charger ( used while in villages) , Back pack ( 60-70ltrs ) day sac ( 35 Ltrs ) , water bottle, If it is early or late season required the pair of gaiters to walk on the soft snow over the passes (in case of bad weather) and walking sticks if one required, personal medical kit as per your medical advisor. Sleeping bag (-10/-15°C ) small pillow if you required , A light towel, a knife, a role of toilet paper, a plastic bowl for shaving ( for men ), a large plastic bag to protect your clothing inside the back pack and, wet tissue paper, fanny pack to keep safely your important docs as passport, insurance paper, credit cards, cash etc. Your personal medical kit. walking stick those required.


Due to the vastness of country climate is vary in different part of Indian states as from plains of India to the mountains of Himalaya. Where summer Temperatures can be minimum 10 to 20°C and maximum 25-30°C. But while in bad weather temperature can go under Zero, so please be prepared accordingly.

What minimum should be in your first aid kit

Preparation of relief of sun burn, Lip salve, Anti septic cream, Antihistamine cream (for relief of insect bites), Anti diarrhea (flagyl or any other), Anti headache (Diamox, aspirin, paracitamol, zimalgin), Anti vomiting (avomin), For stomach-ache (baralgan,trigan or other diagnose) Dettol, wash proof Dettol plaster, Bandage and cotton, Balm, Anti cramp spray, Pills to purify the water, Scissor and knife are must in the medical kit.
According to your physical condition you are requested to consult your doctor to complete your medical kit.

Fitness and Acclimatization

Pre-travel conditioning is very desirable, as more you are prepared the more you enjoy the trips. For all the adventure trips at least light physical exercise is required however no exercise is obliged for cultural tours or jeep safari in hilly region. As we gain altitude slowly, so we get acclimatize naturally. And for the vast majority the slow ascent to height will produce minimum effects. The most important attribute for any adventure travel trip is positive attitude.