april, may, june, september, october, november
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- Magnificent Tibetan Culture and Traditions
- Shey Phoksundo National Park
- Phoksundo Lake
- Phoksundo River
- Mystical Highlands Trekking
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel When you arrive in Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), our airport representative will greet you and complete the formalities (Visa, etc), you need to confirm for our agent with a display board at the entrance gate. You will then transfer to the hotel. In the evening, you will join a welcome dinner at a first rate traditional Nepalese restaurant where we get pleasure from a Nepalese cultural program and enjoy fine meal. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing After having breakfast you will go for sightseeing all around Kathmandu Valley. You will visit Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa. All these are enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage list. In the evening you will meet with Nepal Hiking Himalayas’ trekking guide who will help you for trekking preparation. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Fly to Nepalgunj & sightseeing The flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj marks the journey towards the flatland Terai belt of Nepal. this place is considered as the hottest place of Nepal. You can observe the Lowland lifestyle as well as the hustling bustling of the bordering city of Nepal to India. Overnight stay at a hotel
Day 04: Fly to Jhupal (2320m) from Nepalgunj 35 minutes of the mountain flight passing by the ridhes, valleys, mountains and beautiful hilly landscape will take you to Jhupal. You can also observe the geographical diversity of Nepal as you fly from valley to flatland and towards hilly highland. After few hours of walking the trek ends for the day in Dunai the district center. Overnight stay at a guesthouse
Day 05: Trek to Tarakot (2543m) 4hrs On the fifth day, we start our trek from Dunai to Tarakot after having breakfast in the morning. The trail follows along the Thuli Bheri River and amazing landscape of the Dolpo region which by now starts to show its colour. Mostly the people inhabiting in Dolpo region are the ones from Tibetan descent and the Sherpas. The landscape might get rough and rocky at some places. Road service has not yet reached the Dolpa region and Dolpa happens to be one of the most remote areas of Nepal. Guesthouses are sparse and hence we have to carry camping materials if the situation demands. Overnight stay at a guesthouse/tented camp.
Day 06: Trek to Laini (3160m) 5hrs From Tarakot, the trail attains altitude gradually. On our way, we come across many local villages and Buddhist monasteries. We also cross several suspension bridges over the Thuli Bheri River. There are several Tent-hotels along the way and we can stop by and fill up our stock of snacks when needed. Tent-hotels also serve food and drinks to the travelers. Items like biscuits, noodles and other consumable items can be bought from such shops. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
Day 07: Trek to Nawarpani (3545 m) 4hrs The next morning we take tea and breakfast at the camp itself and resume our journey to the Dolpo region. We reach Nawarpani after about four hours of adventurous trek from Laini. It is a comfortable trek as the trail sometimes passes through pine forests, and yet at other times through fir trees. Tent-hotels are available along the way to Nawarpani. Overnight stay at Nawarpani in a tented camp.
Day 08: Trek to Tarap (4090 m) 5hrs From Nawarpani, the landscape suddenly seems to have changed as we now approach a small settlement area in between the huge mountains. A big Buddhist monastery is present in Tarap and almost all of the people in Tarap are inclined on Buddhism or they are the descendents of Tibetans. Traditionally, the women of this region wear dark dresses with colorful aprons weaved from yak wool. The women also wear bracelets made from big shells as part of Tibetan tradition. Taking with the local people also helps the foreigners to learn about the traditional Sherpa and Tibetan culture. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
Day 09: Rest day at Tarap The next day of the itinerary, we will be taking rest at Tarap for acclimatization purpose, getting used to the conditions and the increasing altitude. You can travel around the village in Tarap while conversing with the local villagers. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
Day 10: Trek to Numa-La Base Camp (4440m) 5hrs After spending a day at Tarap, we resume our trek the next day. While on the way we also happen to cross the ‘Crystal Mountain School’ which is educating children from the nearby region. It is funded by a French NGO. A further one hour trek from the School takes us to the Numa La Base Camp situated at the altitude of 4440 meters. There is a Buddhist monastery in Numa La Base Camp and we will be staying in a temporary camp on day 10 at Numa La Base Camp.
Day 11: Cross Numa-La Base Camp (5190m) 6hrs A tough day’s trek awaits us on the eleventh day of the trek as we cross Numa La Base Camp. It is better to start early so that we can cross the Pass before weather deteriorates in the afternoon. Morning time is generally favorable to cross the Pass as it is easier and safer. Besides, we also have more chances to peek at the mountains for later in the day they might be covered by clouds. It’s a long and strenuous climb and hence you are advised to go slow and steady breathing as much air as possible. On a clear day, it is possible to view Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu and Kanjirowa (6883 m) mountains from the Pass. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
Day 12: Cross Baga-La Pass (5070 m) The next day, we cross another Pass and hence another tough but a beautiful day lies ahead of you. Again, an early beginning is advisable. A good 2 hours of trekking after leaving the camp takes us to a High Camp which is close to the Baga La Pass. From then on, the Baga La Pass is quite close and an hour’s trek takes us to the Baga La Pass which also offers uncluttered views of mountains like Kanjirowa and others. Overnight stay at a tented camp.
Day 13: Trek to Ringmo (3600m) Trek from Baga La Pass to Ringmo is quite long, but the trail is easier and we down climb now from an altitude of 5000 meters. We walk past Yak Kharka and Maduwa Khola and the path is beautifully carved out from the rocks. Then we cross a thick Pine forest and while on the way we also see several nice waterfalls. Ringmo is a nice little place where we will be camping for the night.
Day 14: Rest day and trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake From Ringmo, we trek until Shey Phoksundo Lake, the deepest lake in Nepal. Shey Phoksundo is quite popular for its exotic location and for the pristine natural beauty it commands. The tiredness from the trip disappears once you behold the bewitching beauty of the grand lake. Upon enjoying the great view of the magnificent lake, we stay overnight at a tented camp.
Day 15: Trek to Shyanta We will mostly be descending on day 15 as we go further downhill. The destination for today is the village in Shyanta and we spend the night there in a tented camp.
Day 16: Trek to Jhupal We trek further down to Jhupal from where the entire trek started almost two weeks ago. For the rest of the day we will stay at a guesthouse in Jhupal while preparing for the flight to Nepalgunj next day.
Day 17: Fly to Nepalgunj and then to Kathmandu Early in the morning, we will fly to Nepalgunj from Jhupal. After reaching Nepalgunj, later in the day, we will fly back to Kathmandu. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu
Day 18: Final departure from Kathmandu. The awesome trekking ends and remains the mesmerizing memory of the trip. Nepal Hiking Himalaya airport representatives will take you to the airport for the farewell.
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