Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek

Also called Chota Chandratal Trek, trail of this trek is highly varied and is home to diverse flora and fauna.

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Short Itinerary

DAY 1: Manali – Chikka (Appx. 4-5 hrs)

DAY 2: Chikka - Seri

DAY 3: Seri – Deo Tibba Basecamp

DAY 4: Deo Tibba Basecamp – Chota Seri

DAY 5: Chota Seri – Manali

DAY 1: Manali – Chikka (Appx. 4-5 hrs)

We’ll start with a drive from Manali to the last dropping point at AD Hydro Power project abovel Khanol village. It’s from here that we commence our trek towards Chikka, our resting place for the night.

DAY 2: Chikka - Seri

Today we start trekking along the bank of Jagatsukh nallah and enter the incandescent forests which would give away the path to a striking landscape strewn with boulders. Leaving the tree-line behind, ascend to the meadows of Seri. Seri was once a glaciated lake but now it is a beautiful large meadow drained with icy rivulets and studded with an astounding variety of herbs and wildflowers with the gorgeous Tainta waterfall looming in the background.

DAY 3: Seri – Deo Tibba Basecamp

Begin walking across the flat meadow, and wading through streams that feed the Jagatsukh nallah.

Get ready for a steep climb through boulders that will lead you to a moraine field and get the first views of the massive Deo Tibba. If time permits we’ll try visiting the Chota Chandertal too.

DAY 4: Deo Tibba Basecamp – Chota Seri

Retrace your way back to Chikka today depending upon the amount of snow and

weather conditions. The descend would take around 4-5 hours to reach.

DAY 5: Chota Seri – Manali

Retrace your way back passing through Chikka and take a halt midway for lunch.

The descend is easy and will take around 4-5 hours to reach.

Detailed Itinerary


₹ 10500

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All camping equipment during the trip including tent, sleeping bag & mat

All transportation as per itinerary

Meals in trek (vegetarian)

All entry fee & permit charges

Services of a mountain guide and his assistant

Porters / Camping charges


Tips, laundry, phone calls, mineral water, cold drinks, camera fee etc.

Meals unless specified

Any medical expenses, if incurred

Travel Insurance

Personal and incidental expenses

Expenses incurred due to delay in the schedule for reasons beyond the

control of organizers

What to Carry?

Mandatory Carry

  1. Trekking Shoes with soft soles

  2. Backpack - 30 to 40 litre

  3. 2 Tee shirts to be worn as insulation layers / thermal clothes

  4. Heavy Padded jacket for the cold

  5. Trek Pants (track pants are as backup but do not depend on them)

  6. Sunglasses

  7. Suncap

  8. Woolen Cap / Balaclava

  9. Shemagh / Scarf

  10. Socks - 5 pairs

  11. Torch / Headlamp

  12. Rainwear

  13. Polythene covers to protect electronics

  14. Personal Medical Kits

Optional Carry

  1. Trekking Poles

  2. Rain Cover for Backpack

  3. Snackbars and Energy Bars

  4. Toiletries

  5. Cutleries


Great Himalayan Treks





Best Time

May - Jun
Sep - Oct


One Week Plan

Max. Altitude

4480 m / 14700 ft

Min. Age



Himachal Pradesh

Price Starts from

₹ 10500

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