Ghorepani Poonhill Trek

Ghorepani Poonhill Trek

Ghorepani Poonhill Trek is a complete package of fun-filled and easy trek bursting with some of the most beautiful sceneries seen nowhere else in the world. It is considered as one of the most popular treks in Nepal’s Himalayas.

The trek covers both the natural and cultural aspect of the region with remarkable views of the Annapurna range along with delightful scenery of forests and waterfalls, as well as a series of culturally rich villages.
The journey begins in Pokhara. After a soothing and relaxing day in the calming atmosphere of Lakeside, witnessing stunning views of the Annapurnas reflected in the waters of Phewa Tal, trekkers shall begin their climb from Nayapul the next morning. The steady climb to Thikedhunga, a traditional magar village, is filled up with the contrast of the flow of the river over a rocky terrain from the one side, and a lush green forest on the other. After Thikedhunga trekkers shall head for the climb to Ghorepani, a relatively steep uphill climb filled with views of the fascinating village architecture, lush green forests and the snow-capped Himalayan giants just sneaking up and teasing the travelers from behind the hills.
After a night spent at Ghorepani trekkers shall embrace themselves for the climax of the trip: the astonishing Himalayan sunrise in Poonhill, the highest point of this trek at3210m. The whole range of mountains will be visible from the platform, the view of the peaks bathing in the first rays of the sun is breath-taking!

After a delightful sunrise, trekkers shall start for Ghandruk. On their descent to Ghandruk, trekkers get to witness stunning views of the hills, valleys of white and red blossoms of rhododendron. On reaching Ghandruk, trekkers get to indulge in various activities such as try traditional Gurung costumes or ride on horses through the slope setting of the village in this fascinating and culturally rich Gurung village.

The trek ends after a day in Ghandruk, trekkers will then start their descent to Nayapul and head back to Pokhara with unforgettable memories. If you have short time, you can choose Poonhill Trek from Pokhara.

The Everest View Trek is specially designed for those people who are not interested in strenuous and physically demanding treks and expeditions. At the same time, this trek manages to obtain all of the beauty that the Everest region has to offer!
Visitors can fully enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas without needing extensive trekking experience. Also, superb fitness levels are not that mandatory for this one, unlike other Everest Trekking packages. The friendliness and hospitality of the local Sherpas in the villages are certainly worth praising.

As clear from its name, this trek package will take you through the lush flora of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site. Our adventure starts with a scenic flight to Lukla. You will finally reach Namche Bazaar on the 4th day (as per our itinerary) where you will have to acclimatize. This magnificent trek, sometimes also known as Everest Panorama Trek, takes you to an altitude of 3860m. It is where the Everest View Hotel is situated and is almost the final point of the trip. The trek to Tengboche Monastery concludes our journey to the Khumjung region. In other words, you will not be going to the Everest Base Camp. However, you will surely get a glimpse of the rich Sherpa culture and the mighty Mt. Everest.
Family, kids or beginners can embark on this short trek. It is accessible for everyone and is filled with beautiful views, landscapes, and authenticity of the Himalayas.

Langtang to Gosainkunda Lake Trek is one of the most well-known classic treks in Nepal. The trail includes two of the most remarkable regions of Nepal – the Langtang national park and the holy lake of Gosaikunda. This trek is filled with adventure at every corner. The trek gives you chance to explore old, calm and quiet villages of Nepal ascend reachable peaks and visit beautiful glaciers at low elevations.
The holy lakes of Gosainkunda lie at an elevation of 4300 meters. The lakes primarily consists of three lakes of which the Gosaikunda being the largest in the area, the other two are Saraswatikunda and Bhairabkunda. According to the Hindus, the lakes were formed by Lord Shiva when he struck his trident (Trisul) into the ground. Thus the river Trisuli, which derives its water from these lakes, is named according to the legend.
Gosainkunda Lake Trek finely blends the natural and cultural aspects of the region. Travelers get the chance to see some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth and at the same time learn and get closer to the culture and traditions of this area. If you have short time you can just return back from Gosainkunda Lake. For more information about this trek call us now  +977-9851032316 (24×7).


The Gokyo Lakes comprise six main lakes, with Thonak Lake being the largest and Gokyo Cho (Dudh Pokhari) serving as the primary lake. Situated in Nepal’s northeastern Sagarmatha Zone, within the Solukhumbu District‘s Khumjung Village Development Committee, these lakes boast stunning mountain surroundings that perfectly frame both the lakes and the iconic peaks.  

Join us for an amazing journey to the captivating Gokyo Lake Trek. With over 20 years of trekking experience, we, Himalayan Trekking Pvt. Ltd., march forward to enhance your journey to the heart of the Everest region.


Best Time for the Gokyo Lake Trek:

The most ideal times to go on the Gokyo Lake Trek are in the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During these seasons, you can expect beautiful weather with clear skies and pleasant temperatures. This makes the Gokyo Lake Trek much more enjoyable compared to other times of the year.


Trek Permits for the Gokyo Lake Trek:

  1. Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit
    For Gokyo Lake Trek, one requires Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit. For people from non-SAARC countries, Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit
    costs about $30. If you’re from a SAARC country, it’s even cheaper, around $15.
  2. Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit
    For Gokyo Lake Trek, one requires the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit too. The permit cost for the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality is around $20 per person for the first four weeks
    If you plan to stay longer than four weeks, the cost increases to $25 per person

Trek Difficulty:

The Gokyo Lake Trek is considered a moderate to challenging journey due to its high-altitude terrain. This trek is recommended for those with a good fitness level. Our experienced guides are committed to your safety and will provide continuous support during the expedition, ensuring a reliable travel companion throughout your adventure.


Join us for the mind-blowing Gokyo Lake Trek to experience Everest’s natural beauty and Sherpa culture. Let shimmering lakes and majestic peaks leave their mark. Explore Nepal’s alpine paradise with Himalayan Trekking Pvt. Ltd.

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The Everest Trek for family in Nepal is a trek designed is to provide families with an opportunity to bond and create lasting memories. Setting out on a trek with family is an amazing adventure that effortlessly combines the greatness of nature, the depth of culture, and the excitement of physical challenges.

As you come across the captivating rhododendron forests, you will feel like a dreamy world al together. The warmth of Sherpa villages will make you feel at home. Each step brings you and your family closer to the majestic Himalayan giants- it will all feel like a dream! Such wonderful natural setting with loved ones by your side and the beauty in front!

Inhale the pure mountain air so crisp that feels like all the stress have long gone. Witness the colorful prayer flags dancing in the breeze, and listen to the distant chime of monastery bells, all of these combine to create an atmosphere of serenity and wonder.

Reaching the base of the legendary peak Everest and viewing the towering peaks like Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam, you will feel a sense of pride of your accomplishment. This overwhelming sense of achievement upon is indescribable to you as well as to your family. You will thereafter understand why this is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure and how important it is to actually share with your family.

Best Time for the Everest Trek for family:

The best time for the Everest Trek for family is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season, which is from late March to early June, and the post-monsoon (autumn) season, which is from September to November. These months offer the most stable weather conditions for families for trekking in Nepal. The clear mountain views and clear skies ensures a safe and enjoyable trek for you and your family.

How Difficult Is the Everest Trek for family in Nepal?

The Everest Trek for family is moderately challenging. It is suitable for families with older kids or teenagers who are physically fit and ready for a multi-day hike. It typically takes about 10-12 days and covers roughly 130 kilometers (81 miles) round trip.

While Everest Trek for family is not too technical, yet, the trek involves daily uphill and downhill sections on rough terrain, like stone steps and narrow paths. The itinerary includes acclimatization days to help you and your family adjust to the altitude and reduce the risk of altitude sickness.


Heading for the Everest Base Camp trek with your family isn’t just a vacation – it’s an unforgettable journey. This trek will most definitely strengthen your bond through shared experiences and incredible moments up in the Himalayas. The memories you make up in the world’s highest peak’s base camp will be treasured forever with Himalayan Trekking and Tours.

So, gather your loved ones, take the leap, and let the Everest Trek for family in Nepal be the adventure that shapes your family’s story.

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Annapurna Trek with Chitwan Jungle Safari is one of the most popular trekking areas in Nepal. It lies between the western parts of the Himalayan country, Nepal. It is a sort of a mixture that can fulfill multiple interests for families such as adventure, cultural, pilgrimage trek, hiking and so on. This is a genuine Nepal adventure hike and tour. Moreover, this hiking tour is appropriate for a short family getaway. It pieces together a short, yet, reasonably difficult Himalayan Sunrise trek, two days rafting on the Seti River and a jungle safari.

Highlights of Annapurna Family Hiking

  • Visit Hindu and Buddhist temples in Kathmandu Valley
  • Tour of Nepal’s tourism hub, Pokhara city
  • Adventurous and scenic Annapurna hike with your family
  • View of Annapurna, Macchapucchre, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, and so on
  • Rafting in the Seti River and camping
  • The amazing and popular Chitwan Wildlife Safari (On Jeep/Elephant ride)

The trekking is well far from the principal trails. Yet, it incorporates two basically astounding hilltop campgrounds at moderate elevations with views of the whole Annapurna Massif, Fishtail, and Manaslu with a glimpse of Dhaulagiri. Trek through untainted, traditional towns and meet local people en route. Taking to the waters of the Seti River, your trip proceeds through a sub-tropical valley that must be adventured by rafting. Also, with overnight camps on the river banks.
Next in line is Nepal’s most popular and well-preserved National Park, Chitwan National Park. Here, you’ll appreciate a day in the wilderness on safari looking for the Bengal Tiger, the One-Horned Rhino and much more. Likewise, an amazing exhibit of beautiful flying creatures is hard to miss.

Nepal Family Adventure is a family adventure travel exclusive to your family. It’s about combining a simple Himalayan trek, rafting, and wildlife. Also, about the wilderness, while remaining in the best accommodations that exist en route. This extravagant adventure trip gives knowledge to the differing qualities of Nepal. From the grandiose pinnacles of the Himalayas to the nearly sea level Gangetic plains. Moreover, overland travel is kept to an absolute minimum as well.

The Nepal Family Adventure starts with a somewhat simple stroll in the Annapurna range and the delightful Modi Khola Valle. Here you’ll experience pretty towns and additionally spectacular Himalayan views as well. Moving from mountains to water, paddle down the Seti River through a sub-tropical valley. Also, scenes that you can’t just see aside from by being on the stream. An overnight at a comfortable permanent waterway side camp before proceeding onward to Nepal’s most well-known National Park – Chitwan National Park.

Highlights of Nepal Family Adventure:

  • Stunning views with a magical experience of sunrise over the Annapurna Range
  • Amazing view of Annapurna and Manaslu
  • Chitwan National park jungle safari in search for Rhino and the Bengal tiger
  • The rich culture and the Nepali way of life
  • Nevertheless, the experience of the white water rafting at Trishuli River

The Upper Mustang Jeep Tour is specially designed for those travelers who don’t have enough time to explore the spectacularly vast, arid valleys in the Himalayas. Here, the Tibetan culture continues to survive. You can explore the hidden former Kingdom of Mustang, also popular as mini-Tibet for its arid yet picturesque landscapes and Tibetan culture and lifestyles. Upper Mustang overland tour by jeep is a wonderful adventure holiday in Nepal.

The Forbidden Kingdom, Upper Mustang was not opened to outsiders until 1992 for the purpose of preservation. This isolation itself is the reason for the heavy Tibetan influence on this region. Even the landscapes and color of barren lands look similar to the Tibetan valleys.

Upper Mustang is a gem among unexplored and untouched landscapes and lifestyles of Nepal.  Plan your Jeep drive to this beautiful Mustang kingdom and explore the desert landscape of Nepal. This radical Himalayan adventure is one of a kind, an astonishing excursion into another kingdom of NepalLomangthang or Lo Manthang. The multi-colored Buddhist prayer flags sum up the view of the entire Lo Manthang.

Upper Mustang Jeep Tour Highlights

  • Tour through the rugged trails of Kagbeni via Jomsom to Lo Manthang by Jeep
  • Experiencing the Tibetian culture and lifestyles
  • Beautiful views of deserted landscapes, ancient caves & monasteries in the forbidden kingdom
  • Taste the famous local apples of Jomsom
  • Try the apple wine in Marpha.
  • Muktinath visit which is one of the holiest shrines for Hindus
  • Witness the Kali Gandaki Gorge (world’s deepest gorge)
  • Brief Pokhara visit and tour

Related Trip: Upper Mustang Trek
It is a journey that takes you from Tibet influenced high, parched, mountain desert of Mustang to the sub-tropical wilderness. That too, in a couple of days. It’s simply energizing and exciting to roll down your jeep windows and feel the breeze on your skin.

Best Season for Upper Mustang Jeep Tour

Unlike trekking, you won’t have to face the extremities of physical challenges at such high altitudes. However, the winter season will not favor visitors whether they travel via Jeep, bike or foot. The snow-covered trails are hard to penetrate through for even 4WD tires. The steep terrains get slippery and almost impossible to drive through.
Not to mention, it can get very cold and chilly during the winter. March to November is an ideal period for the Upper Mustang road trip. The snow-capped mountains, the blue skies, and blooming vegetation complement the view during this time.

Inhale it, live it and cherish it.
Contact us for more info regarding the fees and permit for this amazing trip. Book your Jeep tour to Upper Mustang now and discover the mysteries of this place.

Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek is a short trekking trial within Annapurna region. The is the Short edition of Annapurna Base Camp trek that is a perfect for those who want to achieve the Annapurna Base camp trek but are in the constraint of time. It is a popular choice among varied outdoor enthusiasts, may it be a solo female traveler or hikers’ traveling in groups to Nepal as the trail is relatively easy and appealing.
The Trek offers enough time to eyewitness the spectacularly beautiful peaks of all the Annapurna giants that enclose the basin: Annapurna 1 (8091m), Annapurna South (7273m), the Glacier Dome, Gangapurna (7454m), the unclimbed Fang (7647m), and the fishtail peak of Machhapuchhare (6997m).

The trek starts at Nayapul about an hour drive from Pokhara. You feel soaked in nature and calm in the heart and soul. The main part of Ghandruk Valley is on the top of the rim, more than 500m above. Colossal rhododendron forests and fine terrace goes on passing through the trail to the Chhomrong village. Its step and more steps until you reach the tiny hamlet of Upper Sinuwa. Then it is a long hard slog into the misty mountains from Sinuwa to Deurali

As you reach the Base Camp, you will be rewarded with the panoramic views of Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Nilgiri, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Mt. Dhaulagiri and other neighboring peaks. The way down to Bamboo from Base Camp, again cross glaciers and then reach Deurali and finally reach to Bamboo where you see Himalayan Thar and other animals. We also pass the famed vantage points for daybreak and mountain views like Poon Hill. The hot water bath in the hot spring of Jhinu Danda is a magnificent experience.
The trekking journey is rich in biodiversity. Annapurna region lies stretching along with Lamjung Himal from the Kali Gandaki in the west to the Marshyangdi in the east in central north part of Nepal. So you would not want to miss out on this!!

The Mardi Himal trek is a relatively new and hence, a less explored trekking route in Nepal. Away from the busier and more crowded trekking routes, the trek is an ideal getaway for those interested in trekking and also as well for the beginners as prior experience isn’t needed. The trail is small and winding, passing through villages, beautiful and dense rhododendron forests, narrow valleys up to High Mountain landscapes with homestays and tea houses along the entire route. The trek offers visitors a chance to experience the culture and traditions of the local communities, to feast their eyes upon the incredible sceneries, endless diversity of flora and fauna of the region, and views of mountains such as Mardi Himal, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Annapurna south and Hiuchuli. All these elements make this one an ideal trekking experience in Nepal.
The trek begins after an hour’s drive from Pokhara to Kande.  Trekkers shall make their way up towards Australian camp and then down to Pothana 1890m and again up to Deurali 2100m. The trail then passes through dense rhododendron forests into Forest Camp 2600m. The trail continues getting steeper through more forests with occasional glimpses of Annapurna South before getting into Low Camp (2970m).
The trail then leads into High Camp 3550m (mistakenly shown at 3900m in trekking maps).  The landscape changes as you get closer to High Camp. Trekkers will suddenly find themselves in a rocky high mountain landscape, with amazing views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Mardi Himal, and Machapuchre. Trekkers can then head further towards the Mardi Himal base camp at 4500 which is about 4 hours from High camp and again make their way back towards High Camp in the same day.