Why Deoria Tal Trek is Famous?

The beauty of this translucent lake attracts many visitors to come and knit nostalgic memories here. Since Deoria Tal falls under the Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuary, early morning you can spot a few animals quenching their thirst from this lake. This gorgeous lake offers a splendid panorama of the majestic Chaukhamba, Neelkantha, Banderpunch, Kedar range and the Kalanag peaks.
At Deoria Tal one can experience the best of two worlds, the first one being the real world and the other one being the reflection of the beautiful surroundings on the lake.
The lake is situated amidst lush green inclined field surrounded by dense trees. Deoria Tal serves as a popular trekking destination in the region because of its ease of access and soothing scenic beauty. Deoria Tal lies in the Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuary. If lucky, then you can spot animals drinking water from the lake early in the morning. Therefore, an overnight stay at Deoria Tal is recommended.

Activities in Deoria Tal

Devariyatal is a trekking destination amidst the Himalayas rather than a tourist’s paradise. There is not much sightseeing available at Devariyatal apart from the mighty Himalayan peaks that are visible from the vantage of Devariyatal such as Chaukhamba, Meru, Sumeru, and Kedar Dome to name a few.
Trekking: The trekking route to Deoria Tal involves easy to medium grade trekking. The 2km trek offers some of the amazing bird-eye views of Saari village and its lush green paddy fields.
Bird Watching: The jungle, lake water, meadows and secluded location makes it a habitat for various species of birds. You will see many birds in the close proximity of the lake it self. Many bird watchers came here every year.
Camping: Deoriatal is ideal location to camp with family and friends. Camping just beside the lake is a rewarding experience. The reflection of Chaukhamba peak can be seen clearly on the Devariyatal.
Village Tourism: Saari is the last village one encounters before the trek to Devariyatal starts. One can walk around the village and learn about their way of life, customs and culture. The people are warm and welcoming.