Thamel - 29, Kathmandu, Nepal
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Upper Mustang Trek is one such adventure that perfectly embodies the term “exotic”. It is unlike any other trekking adventure in Nepal and presents one of the most unique trekking experiences on the planet. A relatively lesser-known part of the country, Mustang is a perfect destination for off-the-beaten-paths summer trekking in Nepal. The Upper Mustang Trek also provides trekkers with a medley of natural and cultural aspects unlike any other treks in the country.
The Upper Mustang Trek begins in Kathmandu with the valley providing unreal diversity and richness in terms of religious and cultural origins. After exploring the city and its most intriguing sites, we head to Pokhara, also known as the ‘City of Lakes’. The trek continues to Kagbeni following a flight to Jomsom. Slowly making way towards Lo-Manthang, you notice the change in vegetation and landscapes with barren yet spectacular setting replacing greenery and lush biomes. Lo-Manthang was the capital of the once-promising kingdom. In fact, Lo-Manthang can also be considered as an important repository of Tibetan Buddhism tenor where the ancient practice still flourishes and is devoutly nurtured. The trekking adventure is as much of an exploration of this kingdom as it is an exploration of the desert-like terrain shadowed by the Annapurna and the Dhaulagiri Himalayas. The Upper Mustang offers cultural observations on arid terrains that are adorned with many historically significant hallmarks. The wind-eroded hillsides of Mustang are naturally sculpted into the most wonderful rock formations in the world and yet the idiosyncratic landscape of the region is shrouded in religious and traditional ambiance. Situated in the rain shadow of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri massifs, the Mustang valley is embodiment of rich culture and charming landscapes.
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You will be welcomed at the airport upon your arrival by one of our staff members and transferred to your hotel for check-in. Our airport representative will also explain further details of the program. Overnight at the Hotel.
Today, we will start our sightseeing tour in the Kathmandu Valley which includes cultural heritage sites such as the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple. The four heritage sites are located within the Kathmandu city and hold religious and historical importance in the context of Nepal. The guided tour will include excursing these sites and enjoying the art and architectural beauty of each destination. After the tour, you will be transferred back to your Hotel. Overnight at the Hotel.
The trail takes us to the east bank of the Kali Gandaki River. Traversing along several ridges, we will reach the Tangbe village. Beyond Tangbe, we will reach the Chhusang village after about one and half hours of walking. We continue ahead and leave the Kali Gandaki valley to climb steeply up a rocky gully towards Chele. Overnight at a guesthouse at Chele.
Ascending along the treeless, waterless terrain, we will trek along the side of a spectacular steep canyon to a pass a rock cairn at 3540 meters. The trail then makes a long gradual descent to Samar village. The trail continues through another valley field, crosses a stream and climbs up to a ridge. The route traverses through another pass, follows a ridge and descends to Syangmochen. From here, we will gently climb to a pass and descend into Geling Village. Overnight at a guesthouse.
Leaving the beautiful barley fields in Geling, we begin our trek to Charang. The trek follows ascents and descents as we make way through the beautiful barren hills. We reach Ghemi region which boasts incredible Buddhist influence. Passing the longest Mani wall in Mustang, we reach Charang. We can also see blue sheeps along the way if we are fortunate enough.Overnight at a guesthouse at Charang.
We begin the trek with short ascend to reach Lo-Gekar. Following a short walk, we reach Ghar Gumba and explore around the area. After the short side-trip, we trek to Lo-Mangthang after passing through the Chogo La pass (4280m). Lo-Manthang was the capital of the ancient kingdom and the trade hub between Nepali and Tibetan traders. Overnight at a guesthouse at Lo-Manthang.
We ascend on today’s trek to a ridge and then climb to Chogo La pass (4280m). We retrace our steps back toLo-Geker and arrive at Ghar Gompa. We will then climb the ridge, cross a valley. We cross the Gyung Khola and the trail then drops down a steep eroded path to Dhakmar. Overnight at a guesthouse at Dhakmar.
The trail now descends, passing the stone walls and fields of Dhakmar before climbing to a ridge. It further descends to the lower part of Ghami and then to Jaite, dropping again to Chhung-Kah. From here, we will continue on to Tama Gaon and down to Syangmochen. Overnight at a guesthouse at Syangmochen.
Our long hike now follows a stream all the way down to Chhusang. We begin the trek with a walk to Ghami and continue to descend as we occasionally get views of Annapurna I (8091m) and Nilgiri (7061m). Following the trail through Syanboche and past numerous passes we reach Chhusang. The green barley and potato farms contrast quite amazingly with the colorful arid cliffs that tower the village. Overnight at a guesthouse at Chhusang.
Leaving Chhusang, we follow Nari Khola for a while and continue the walk along Dhingklo Khola. After walking on the path for some time, we reach Gyu La pass (4077m). The pass also offers a terrific panoramic view of the Annapurna (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Tukuche Himalayan ranges. Descending along the path leading to Muktinath, we slowly notice thickening human settlements. Overnight at a guesthouse at Muktinath.
Our trip begins with a visit to a Hindu pilgrimage site, Muktinath temple. The temple is also renowned to be a revered Buddhist religious site. The temple f Muktinath has its unique origin story which can be learnt on the visit there. After a quick visit, we descend to reach Jomsom. We can rest or explore the areas around the area in the final day of our trek in the Mustang region.Overnight at a guesthouse at Jomsom.
Early in the morning, we will take the return flight to Pokhara. Upon your arrival at Pokhara, you can spend exploring this picturesque lakeside city. There are many tourist attractions in the city that you can visit, like the Davis Fall, the Mahendra Cave, and the World Peace Pagoda. Overnight at a hotel.
We will say goodbye to the Annapurna Mountains and have a scenic drive back to Kathmandu. The drive back to Kathmandu will be joyous as the rural setting slowly changes into an urban atmosphere. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you can relax or explore the local marketplaces and shop for souvenirs. Overnight at a hotel
Approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight, a representative from our company will bid you farewell after taking you to the International airport.
Food from the menu (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
An Expert English speaking guide with his/her food, accommodation, insurance and salary.
Pokhara to Jomsom to Pokhara (Round Way Flight)
Private car in the necessary place
All the Pick up and Drop Off
3-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara with breakfast
Teahouse accommodation during the trek
All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
Welcome and farewell dinners
All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
Domestic flights (Pokhara-Jomsom-Pokhara)
Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle sightseeing/monument visits as per the itinerary
An experienced, English-speaking and government-licensed trek leader and assistant trek leader
Porter service (2 Porter= 1 Client)
Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation
Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
Himalayan Recreation’s trekking bag/duffel bag, t-shirt and trekking map are yours to take
All necessary paperwork and trekking permits (National Park Permit, TIMS)
Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)
All government and local taxes
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Annapurna Circuit Trek spans over 180km covering four different districts and encircling the entire Annapurna massif. Annapurna Circuit Trek assimilates into a complete adventure while exploring the entire Buddhism prevalent villages and Himalayas and so is also known as Annapurna Round Trek. With serene trails and climbs that go as high as 5416 meters at Thorung La Pass, the Annapurna Circuit Trek is a journey that never slows down and reveals a new experience on every turn of the trail.
This 19-days Annapurna Circuit trek begins at the capital city of Nepal –Kathmandu. After your arrival, you’ll embark on a brief cultural tour of the Kathmandu city and explore some of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The trek formally begins at Jagat, Lamjung which takes 7 to 8 hours of the commute from Kathmandu through the swirling hills of Nepal. The entire trek goes anti-clockwise and through the hills to the Himalayas. The slowly rising altitude provides a great chance to acclimatize en route. You’ll cross many villages in Lamjung namely Dharapani, Chame, and Pisang before entering the Manang district. You’ll encounter mountains and the esteemed Buddhist practices at Manang. From here, you’ll make an ascent of one of the biggest passes in the world, Thorung La (5416m), before reaching to the other side to Mustang. Here on, the landscape is entirely semi-arid and desert-like. You’ll descend to Muktinath, a religious destination for thousands of annual Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. You’ll descend further and make your way to Marpha via Jomsom, the headquarters of Mustang district. From here, it’s a continuous descent. The trek concedes at Tatopani, from where you’ll catch your commute back to Pokhara city. Annapurna Circuit trek can be undertaken mostly during spring (Mar-May) and autumn (Sep-Nov).
Himalayan Recreation specializes in tailored treks around Nepal. We run solo, private, and group treks to Annapurna Circuit. You can choose to join our fixed group to enjoy the trip at a reasonable rate. The all-inclusive package covers entire transportation inside the country, three meals a day, an experienced guide, porter, permits, and other essential logistics.
Annapurna Sanctuary Trek is a natural plateau that is surrounded by giant Annapurna Mountains on all sides- co sequencing a natural biome that is unlike anything else in the country. And the gorgeous Annapurna Sanctuary Trek takes trekkers into this adventure lying deep in the heart of the lovely Annapurna region. Besides the obvious spell-binding natural beauty of the region, the trek also traverses around the villages of the inhabiting Gurung and Magar communities.
The Annapurna Sanctuary Trek has a remarkable trail that starts from the amazing lake-side city of Pokhara and goes through many ethnic Magar and Gurung villages of the region. It meanders through the sanctuary where trekkers are presented with natural terrains that are verdant and heavenly. At each turn of the winding trail, the trekkers can enjoy the towering views of the mountain peaks like the Machhapuchhre (6997m), the Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri (8167m), Nilgiri (7061m), and many more. It is a journey that presents both the cultural and natural virtues of the region in the most exciting of ways. The journey passes through many prominent ethnic villages of the region, like Ulleri, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Dovan, and Deurali among others. Moreover, trekkers also visit the vantage point of Poon Hill- one of the most famous vantage points of the Annapurna region from where the entire panorama of the Mount Annapurna massif along with its neighbouring peaks can be seen spectacularly. Likewise, trekkers also visit the village of Jhinu Danda, where naturally occurring hot springs provide respite against aching muscles. The Annapurna Sanctuary Trek is a moderate journey that also takes trekkers to the base camp of the Annapurna Himal. It is best suited to do during the spring season that occurs from March to May and during the autumn season that lasts from September to December.
The Annapurna Sanctuary Trek by Himalayan Recreation is a well-rounded and carefully created package that combines the best features and hallmarks of the region to present our trekkers with an experience that is filled with wonderful attributes incorporated with the best services regarding all facets of an unforgettable trekking adventure.
Khopra Ridge Community Trek is a marvellous adventure where exotic cultures blend together with natural beauty and Himalayan ethos to present trekkers with an experience that embeds itself into the minds for years. The trek is off-the-beaten-paths journey taking place in the gorgeous Annapurna region of Nepal. The trekking routes are adorned with unique topographical and edifying cultural hallmarks of the region giving surfeit of opportunities to enchant you during the length of the trip.
The Khopra Ridge Community Trek starts from the beautiful city of Pokhara- the second-largest metropolis of Nepal. In addition to being known as the “Tourist Hub” of the country, Pokhara is also situated close to the Annapurna Mountains, and its location right next to the pristine Phewa Lake makes it one of the most sought-after mainstream centres of tourism activity. From the city, the trekking journey continues on to the far-off settlements and villages of the region like the Syauli Bazaar, Dobato, and Chistibang among many. Although the Khopra Ridge Community Trek follows the same initial path as that of the famous ABC Trek, it diverts away from the main trail and instead meanders through the hidden valley into enveloped areas of the region. Because of this, the trekking journey is also one of the best alternative options for people who are looking for a journey that isn’t as crowded as other Annapurna treks. Moreover, the Khopra Ridge Community Trek also has many highlights; trekkers visit the beautiful Lake Kaire, situated above the Khopra Danda. Many trekkers even put forth the notion that the panoramic view of the Marsayangdi River valley and of the Annapurna Himalayas decorating the skyline of the river gorge is the most amazing view in the entire region. The Khopra Ridge Community Trek is a moderate trekking journey that anyone can do with relative ease. However, the best time to do the journey would be from March to May and September to December as these months present favourable weather conditions.
The Khopra Ridge Community Trek by Himalayan Recreation is one of the best off-beaten journeys of the Annapurna. The trekking package includes all of the best features and is made with the best services in accordance with transportation, accommodation, guide, and meals. It is an all-rounded journey that you surely do not want to miss out on!