Devalsari Village (1,800 m) is the gateway to Nag Tibba (3,048 m)Trek. It is one of the four villages from where Nag Tibba trek can be initiated. Other villages are Pantwari, Manglori and Aunter. It is the heavenly gateway for those also who love to explore raw nature, birds this region and believe in isolated places. Passionate birder, trekker, explorers, writers, photographers can excel their skill in the peaceful and luring atmosphere of Devalsari.
The changing terrain of Devalsari makes it a terrific birding destination. The ancient lord Shiva Temple at Devalsari, is said to have build in the 1800’s, is surrounded by deodar trees. Now it is renovated with tiles.
Collard Owlet, Hodson's treecreeper, blue throuated barbet, common lora, khalij pheasent, wedge tailed pegion, grey headed canary fly catcher, Golden Bush Robin, Spot-winged Grosbeak, Cinereous vulture, Chukar Partridge, Mountain Scops Owl, Rufous-chinned Laughingthrush, Black-Faced Warbler, Mrs. Gould's Sunbird, Fire-breasted Flowerpecker, Fire-fronted Serin, Blue Whistling Thrush, Slaty headed Parakeets, Red-billed blue magpie etc. 100s of birds found here.
Jolly Grant Airport of Dehradun is the nearest airport at a distance of 80 kms.
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Dehradun is the nearest railway station at a distance of 40 km.Dehradun and Haridwar are well connected by trains from all major cities in India.
However Devalsari comes in District Tehri Garhwal. But it can be best approached through Mussoorie, which is 35 km from Dehradun.
Follow Mussoorie - Suwakholi (12Km) - Thatyur (21 km) - Devalsari (10Km)