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- Shey Phoksundo National Park
- Deepest Lake of Nepal
- Tibetan Nepalese Culture
- Phoksundo River
- Beautiful high altitude valley
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu 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 Swambhunath 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: Kathmandu – Nepalgunj(165m) We take up a flight to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu which is situated on the border to India. After reaching at hotel, we can visit the Bageshwari Temple devoted to Kali. Besides, in Nepalgunj you can visit the bazaar, which has different stuffs on sale. Tonight in Nepalgunj.
Day 04: Nepalgunj – Juphal(2345m) – Dunai(2050m) Today, we will take the flight from Nepalgunj to Juphal. As soon as we arrived at in Juphal (2500m), we start on our short walk to Dunai from Juphal. We walk down via meadows and pass all the way through a small number of houses to the petite hotels at Kala Gaura (2090m). After that, we go beside the river path up to Dunai. We set our camp near Dunai for staying overnight in Dunai.
Day 05: Dunai – Chepka 6-7 hours Today, we will negotiate the large suspension bridge and go west, passing the hospital, and then we walk all along the shore of the Thulo Bheri riverto its amalgamation with the Suli Gaad river (2070m). We go behind the path north to the east bank of the Suli Gaad. After about an hour, we arrive at Kal Rupi and then walk to Raktang (2260m). We will move across the west bank and pass numerous horses grazing areass over an edge to the stone houses of Jyalhasa. We will then traverse another bridge lying east bank, and make way to teashops and now cross the Ankhe River (2460m). Also, we will stroll on the old lane that leads us to the post of national park at Ankhe, and move through Pahela and Rahagoan villages. Now, the trail moves to Phoksumdo Lake and we climb up to 2710m, then we go down on an wavering path to Chepka (2670m). Tonight in Chepka.
Day 06: Chepka – Renje 5-6hours We go behind the route next to the river climbing higher than a small edging then move across the west side to pass a great crest and go reverse to the east side once more. All along the river at 2900m, our path moves and makes more than a few ascend and move down all the way through jungles of larches, firs and follows upstream that takes to the community of Renje on the opposite side of the river (3010m). Overnight in Renje.
Day 07: Renje – Ringmo 6-7 hours We go at the back of the valley of Suli Gaad, which makes way to east and becomes narrower. We then climb over a peak and move downward to a bridge and go on walking all along the valley foot to the unification of the Pungmo Khola and Suli Gaad. Now, the path leads us to Phoksumdo Lake and Shey Gompa which moves west bank of the river. We climb ahead via forest of cedar and after that reach Palam village (3710m). The entryway for Shey Phoksumdo National Park located at the southern region of the village. From here we can observe a spectacular 200m waterfall, highest in Nepal. The track moves down from birch forests to the intensely clear Phoksumdo River. Then, we go up gently to Ringmo village, an appealing settlement with lots of chortens of mud and mani walls too. Just underneath Ringmo, we traverse a bridge and go north to the station at Phoksundo Lake (3730). Overnight in Ringmo.
Day 08: Rest Day at Ringmo Today we have a rest day. From lakeside, we today might pass through juniper trees and come across the white Pal Sentan Thasoon Chholing gompa, a tumbledown Bon-po monastery built 60 generations before lies above the lake. Also, we will see five other monasteries which indoors Buddhist paintings, statues, but the accessories also mirror the animistic basics of the Bon-po religion.Tonight in Ringmo.
Day 09: Ringmo – Chunemba 5-6 hours Today our way moves on a pebbly edge as it go encircling the western region of the lake. As we pass through a river, we can perceive the glacier moving downward from the upper slant of Kanjeralwa. We then trek up to a peak at 4060m for a wonderful sight of the lake with the snowy peaks of Sonam Kang in the setting. The path moves forward and walks down through birches, blue pines to the western ridge of the lake. The path now makes way west up to a long a large valley. We go after a hazy path through scrub trees and prickly bushes. We will place our camp in blue pines’ forest at Chunemba (3630m).
Day 10: Chunemba – Lar Tsa 4-51/2 hours We will move along the path that takes us north via a glacial valley. We then traverse to the east bank of Phoksumdo River. We continue trekking on the major valley for another one hour to get to Kang Gompa. We walk vertically from Kang Gompa and then walk on the grassy rim. We will see astonishing peak views with Kang Chunne (6443m) and Shey Shikar (6139m). We go after a crest lying at 4200m then the trail moves down gradually on a stony path to Lar Tsa. Here we set our camp for staying overnight.
Day 11: Lar Tsa – Mendok Din 2-3 hours We traverse a bridge and walk up to the elevation at 4490m, after that we will ascend up a lush edge to a mountain at 4640m. We then go down tenderly to Mendok Ding. We once again go up beside the river to a camp (4610m).
Day 12: Mendok Din – Shey Gompa 7-81/2 hours, 1040m ascent, 1240 descent We will walk up to Phoksumdo River, and then we will turn north to the mountain of Riwo Drugdra. We go behind the more charming pilgrim way crossways to the Sehu La lying west of Crystal Mountain. Now, the path descends to a slope to a green field at the side of the river valley and begins a series of long ups and downs transversely through edges. We now have a bumpy ascend to a peak (5010m) and one more at 4860m. We begin walking downward to the Tar valley and very soon we reach at Tsakang, a 800years old gompa that is clinging outstandingly beside a cliff. The final way down today is on a wide path that takes us to a location where we will set our camp.
Day 13: Rest Day We take rest today. Also, we may go across the river through a bridge and ascend via a big chorten and a enormous ground of mani pebbles to the Shey gompa (4390m). The gompa encompasses an antique Tibetan roll that tells story about Shey gompa as well as Crystal Mountain. Overnight at Shey Gompa.
Day 14: Shey Gompa – Namgung 6-71/2 hours Leaving Shey Gompa, we will trek east and walk crossways to reach at an elevation 5010m where Shey La is located. Now, we turn North and drop downward before moving up again to Namgung at 4430m. Overnight in Namgung.
Day 15: Namgung – Karang 5-6 hours We pass all the way through the Namgung River today to reach Karang (4050m). After that, we will descend to Saldang at the side of the bank of the river. Overnight in Karang.
Day 16: Karang – Mugaon 6-71/2 hours We move downward to Torak Sumdo located at an elevation of 3670m where Namgung and Polang River unites and then walk crisscross to the northern shore. We make our way up to Yanger gompa (3750m) and walk next to the stream side valley. We camp beside the river lying at 4100m close to Mugaon.
Day 17: Mugaon – Shimen 7-81/2 hours We walk up the valley to Mugaon and go up to the Mushi La at an altitude of 5030m. Then we will move down to Shimen village, we end our trek for today and place our camp higher than the village (4010m).
Day 18: Shimen – Tinje 7-8 hours We walk down to Shimen village at the altitude of 3870m and make a far-reaching trek to the river all the way through a path to reach Pha at a height of 4090m. Then we will trek to our final spot for today, to Tinje (4150m). Overnight at Tinje.
Day 19: Tinje – Rakpa 7-8 hours We trek leaving behind the airstrip on Tinje and stroll along an intersection point (4130m), where a high path takes us to Tarap. We keep on moving south to arrive at a campsite on the bank of the river at Rakpa located at a height of 4530m. Overnight at Rakpa.
Day 20: Rakpa – Chharka 7-8 hours We begin our day with an extended way up to reach at the Chharka La at an altitude of 4920m. We go at the back the track downward and keep on trekking down to reach a side of the valley at 4290m. We will walk behind the delightful village of Chharka on the bank of Barbung River (4120m). Overnight at Chharka.
Day 21: Chharka – Norbulung 6-7 hours We will today mount to a circumference at 4380m and then go down another time to a stream today. We go following the right partition lying southward, making way up along the plane valleys on a rough trail. The ravine narrows, we after that come to a big grassland and walk up to the camp at Norbulung at 4750m.
Day 22: Norbulung – Sangda Phedi 7-8 hours We start the day today climbing to a yak pasture at Molum Sumna located at a height of 4860m then walk to a peak at 5130m. We make a long stroll across pastures to the foot of the Sangda La. Subsequently we will have a long, sheer final climb to the pass at an altitude of 5460m. We set our camp in Sanga Phedi for overnight stay.
Day 23: Sangda Phedi – Sangda 7-8 hours We ascend to a lower Sangda La which lies at 4990m, after that go down to the settlement of Sangda Ghunsa (4190m). We go downward to the Chalung River, going transversely at 3750m, and after that go up the reverse bank. We then go to a set of perpendicular way down to a stream at 3580m. We have one more ascend to the strong settlement, Sangda. Overnight in Sangda.
Day 24: Sangda – Dhagarjun 7-8 hours We climb the hill behind the Sangda and traverse nine ridges to a final peak at 4280m. We then go down to the Kali Gandaki valley, going across under high rock faces and move downward to the large village of Dhagarjun that lies at 3290m.
Day 25: Dhagarjun – Jomsom, 3hours, Leaving Dhagarjun, the route takes us back to Jomsom. After lunch, you can visit the Mustang Eco-Museum to sight at the demonstration of geographical and cultural information of the region, plant compilation and Monastery. It bestows an exciting mark for flora and fauna enthusiasts too. Overnight accommodation in a lodge.
Day 26: Jomsom – Pokhara We will take an early flight to Pokhara and leave Jomsom. On our flight back we will observe the grand sight of the whole Annapurna peak range. Overnight in Pokhara.
Day 27: Pokhara – Kathmandu We after that fly to Kathmandu from Pokhara enjoy the scenic flight again. In the evening, we will be present at farewell dinner together. Overnight in Kathmandu which will be your last night in Kathmandu.
Day 28: Departure Our journey comes to an end on 28th day. Our agent will escort us to the airport and offer farewell greetings.
- Nepal hiking Himalaya provides by Private car ,hice,jeep, and luxirous bus Arrival & Departure transfers on both international and domestic flights,
- Hotel accommodation in a single/ Twin-sharing Basis with breakfast.
- Local guided tour of the city with Private tours to the historical, cultural and heritage sites as mentioned on the itinerary.
- If required assistance for the trekking shifter and the shopping for the trekking equipment.
- Welcome dinner in Kathmandu like a local food which is dalbhat.
- Full board meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) while in trekking.
- Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu using *** star hotel or similar Guest house Hotel Resort,
- Tea and coffee during the trip.
- Accommodation in teahouse / lodge during trekking.
- Private vehicle survives starting and ending points of the treks.
- Domestic flights and departure tax if mentioned on the itinerary.
- Nepal Hiking Himalaya Treks provide – sleeping bag, duffel bag for the use during the trip, garbage plastic bag.
- Professional mountain guide with high experience trained in Wilderness First Aid and licensed by the Nepalese government.
- First Aid Kit Comprehensive.
- Necessary Porters to carry all group equipment and personal gear.
- competent insurance for all staff including porters and guide.
- Provides Trekking map for each trekker.
- Trekking permit and government tax.
- Any other items mentioned on the itinerary.
- Meals on the cities except Welcome Dinner.
- Nepal entry visa fee US$45 for one month which you will get it in to Kathmandu airport .
- Personal trekking equipment.
- for personal expenses like alcoholic drinks, laundry, mineral water, cold drinks, hot shower, battery charge, etc..
- Tips for trekking/ tour guide & porters expected.
- International airfare and airport taxes, excess baggage charges.
- Valid Travel Insurance with Medical tretment in case of emergency
- Expenses incurred due to accidents, landslide, strikes, political unrest, etc.
- Woolen hat and sunhat for head
- T-shirts and long-sleeved shirt to save from harm from Sunburn; Short Pants; Track-suit and Trousers (both heavy and light weight for and wind and water proof too)
- Thermal underwear: of use for cold and as night dress for sleeping.
- Warm jacket especially required to trek above 3000m
- Water proof and wind proof rain coat or Poncho.
- Foot wear: A pair of easy hiking boots or a pair of light sports shoe or a pair of slippers or sandals.
- Few pairs of cotton thick /light shock.
- A small backpack to carry personal and important items like- camera, money, Water bottle, towel, soap or toilet items, Insect Repellent, Sunscreen etc.
- Sleeping Bag
- Walking stick.
- Do not carry needless valuables with you.
- Do not leave any important things in hotel room in Asia. Items will be left at the individual’s risk.
- A money belt, or somewhat similar, worn near to your body is the top way to hold passports, money, airline tickets and other valuables.
- Pickpockets can be found everywhere, mainly in tourist areas and in swarming markets; you have to always be careful.
- Be alert that everything left around will also be likely to theft.
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