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Diwali Exclusive: Fun Nag Tibba trek for kids and family

While everything is becoming normal, kids are still trapped in the house. The hopes of school reopening any soon and children going back to enjoying life are negligible. So, we thought why not bring the kids to liveliness…in the mountains.

Last month kids and families joined our treks. As tiny as six years old honored our Kedarkantha trek and vouch for our unmatched safety standards. See what their parent have to say.

The video of these girls relishing through alpine trees between lush sceneries, their parents chilling around campsites, and the entire family truly appreciating every moment of life has led to a lot of curiosity. We have been getting queries for children’s special hikes. Here we are organizing an exclusive event for families.


Nag Tibba is the most renowned 2 day or weekend hike. It is a short and extraordinary jaunt to the Himalayas. We are enhancing its pleasure by adding the adventure fun factor to it. The 2-days trek is transformed into a 3 days thriller, interactive and amusing family endeavor.

Fun activities of the hike are:

1. Tree plantation

Planting Oak plants so that the kids have delightful memories of the righteous deed for a lifetime. Next time they come to the mountains it will remind them of the trees they planted. And eco-friendly souvenirs.

2. Tent Pitching

When outdoors every person must know survival skills. During this fun trip, we shall teach the participants some of these techniques. One of them is tent pitching. Building a shelter is easy and it is a team-building activity.

3. Cooking in the mountains

Youngsters these days aspire to do everything. Plus parents want their kids to be independent. So cooking is an interesting recreation. The fun of creating delicacies at high altitudes is of a different level.

4. Valley crossing adventure activity

Well, the joyous hike has much more to it. We will be installing Valley crossing set up to enjoy the mountains from an aerial view. If walking from one to the other is thrilling imagine the rush of flying in the sky of the Himalayas.

5. Fun games

Additionally there we many other games to keep you all engaged and happy.

6. Knowledge sharing on flora fauna and livelihood in the Himalayas.

There is a saying live like locals when you visit other places. So to be live like the king of the mountains it is important to know about the hilly habitats. This will benefit their geography studies too.


Following will be the day-wise plan of this amazing trek.

Day1:- Dehradun to Pantwari village and trek to Camp 1

• Pantwari village (4,640 ft), Camp 1 (7,630 ft)
• Dehradun to Pantwari village drive 5-6 hrs, 85 Km
• Via Mussoorie, Kempty Fall
• Pickup at 6:30 am, reach Pantwari village by 12:00 noon
• Last ATM at Mussoorie
• the Whole trek has phone network but erratic
• Lunch at Pantwari village
• Start trek by 2:30 pm, reach the campsite by 5:30 pm
• 2 – 3 water points on the way
• Pantwari to Camp 4 Km
• Stay in tent

Day 2:- Adventure activity day

• Wake up early
• Enjoy fun activities planned for the kids and family
• Activities are:

1. Tree plantation

2. Tent Pitching

3. Cooking in the mountains

4. Valley crossing adventure activity

5. Fun games

6. Knowledge sharing on flora fauna and livelihood in the Himalayas.
• Stay in tent

Day 3:- Camp 1 to Nag Tibba top and return to Pantwari Village and drive to Dehradun

• Altitude 9,910 Ft
• Camp 1 to Nag Tibba top 4 Km, 3 hrs
• Start trek at 5:00 am (early breakfast)
• No water point on the way
• Stay on top for half an hour
• Lunch at camp 1 by 12 noon
• Reach Pantwari village by 3:00 pm
• Drive to Dehradun reach by 8:30 pm 

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Rs. 6,500 per person + 5 % GST (Dehradun and return)
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1. Accommodation (Camping) – Family Tent
2. Meals while on trek (Veg. + Continental + Eggs)
3. Transport from Dehradun to Pantwari and return (Innova or Tempo Traveler)
4. Trekking permits
5. Trek equipment (Tent, sleeping bag, mattress, kitchen, dining, toilet tents, and utensils)
6. First aid medical kits
7. Mountaineering qualified trek leader and support staff
8. Mules to carry central and personal equipment (up to 8 kg backpack per person)

9. Games, table chair, and adventure activity equipment

10. Tree plantation by kids and family at the campsite

1. Meals during the transit
2. Any personal expenses
3. Anything not specifically mentioned above