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.
The Langtang valley trek is a pure blend of natural and cultural richness; witness great scenic landscapes, snow-capped mountains, rhododendron forests along with the great culture and traditions of the Tamang and Sherpa people. It is a short and moderate trek taking not more than a week. Although, adding in a few days for side tours into the valley isn’t a bad idea.
Syabrubesi is the starting point for the trek. It takes an eight hour drive from Kathmandu to reach Syabrubesi. From there we ascend to the Kyanjin Gompa.
One of the highlights of this region of Nepal is the Langtang National Park. The park is home to approximately 4,500 residents with most of them being of the Tamang ethnicity. The park is rich in flora and fauna. The park is filled with oak, maple, pine, and several types of rhododendron. Its home to some of the rarest creatures on the planet like the Himalayan black bear, the Himalayan tahr, rhesus monkeys and red pandas. There have also been stories of Yeti sightings in the area.The park also includes religious and spiritual sights like the Gosainkunda lakes, sacred to Hindus and Kyanjin Gompa, sacred to Buddhists.
The Langtang Valley trek offers great views of Pemthang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung, and Kangchenpo. If you are looking for something moderate, quick, and fulfilling, this is it! If you have enough time, the trek can be extended to Gosainkunda Lake.
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).
Everest High Pass Trek is a thrilling experience that offers a stunning 20-day trek. This is a tour for adventurers. Everest High Passes Trek allows you to understand the heart of the Khumbu Valley. It is where you must be prepared to conquer 3 long trails that take you through long mountain trails, serene valleys, ancient monasteries, and picturesque Sherpa villages – Kongma La Pass (5,535m) , Cho La Pass (5,420 m), and Renzo La Pass (5,340m), each offering breathtaking views and challenges that test your physical and mental capabilities.
Name of Everest High Passes
- Kongma La Pass (5,535/18,159ft),
- Cho La Pass (5420m/17,782ft), and
- Renjo La Pass (5,340m/17,520ft)
Difficulty of Everest High Passes Trek
The Everest High Pass trek is considered challenging. It is suitable for trekkers with a high level of fitness. The Everest High Pass Trek takes in 3 long passes, each over 5,000 meters in elevation, and can be physically as well as mentally challenging. The terrain includes steep ascents and descents, rocky trails, and sometimes icy snow. It is important to adapt to altitude to avoid altitude sickness.
But with proper preparation, including exercise training, recuperation days, and guidance from experienced trekking guides, these trails can be completed safely. We at Himalayan Trekking ensure that you are well prepared and able to work throughout the journey.
The Best Time for Everest High Pass Trek
The best time for the Everest High Pass Trek is in the summer (March to May) and autumn (September to November). Spring brings clear skies, mild temperatures and rhododendron blossoms; autumn brings post-autumn clarity, pleasant temperatures and local celebrations These seasons ensure safe travel, and it was a visual pleasure to capture breathtaking mountain scenery.
The Everest High Pass trek is truly an exhilarating adventure! You will be treated to unbeatable views of the majestic Himalayas. You also get a chance to dive yourself in the rich Sherpa culture in such remote places on earth. This trek promises a life-changing experience.
The Tsum Valley Trek is a hidden gem of Nepal. The valley has been just recently opened up for trekking for tourists, thus, the trail is greatly unexplored and suits perfectly for those who enjoy the off-the-beaten-track trips.
The Tsum valley Trek is located in the north west of Kathmandu. The people of the region follow identical Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture. In the Tibetan language “Tsum” means vivid. As the name goes valley is pure, pristine and holy. The legendary valley is home to ancient art and culture. The trails to Tsum are scattered with brilliant Chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs adorned with paintings of deities and inscribed with holy prayers.
Since the valley is rarely visited, the inhabitants have had no outside influences and have managed to keep their tradition and culture in its original form. Furthermore, the scenery and landscapes in the Tsum Valley is wonderful, including beautiful forests and countryside. The magnificent Ganesh Himal towers above the valley, offering trekkers with the opportunity to look upon one of the area’s most significant peaks.
Tsum valley Trek begins from a low elevation, walking through green countryside through several small Hindu villages. After reaching the Tsum Valley, trekkers shall leave from the main trail and enter into a beautiful forest with pines and rhododendrons. The trekkers shall head eastwards when the valley eventually opens, revealing beautiful countryside and quaint, Tibetan-style villages.
This is a wonderful journey into one of the most sacred and untouched areas of Nepal. Heading into the valley feels like going back in time, it’s something that no trekking enthusiast should miss!
Makalu Base Camp Trek is a challenging trek to the base camp of Mount Makalu, the world’s fifth highest mountain. Our itinerary is planned to allow for sufficient acclimatization to the altitude and to maximize the efficiency of travel time, providing ample opportunity to explore the Makalu Base Camp. This trail bring travelers to the humid lowlands near Tumlingtar on the Arun River, continuing through one of the least frequented areas of Nepal to Makalu Base Camp. This particular trek showcases a broad spectrum of ecosystems and cultures. In the areas of the trek in lower altitudes, visitors can experience local lifestyles in the Rai villages and, at higher altitudes, Sherpa villages.
Trekkers will cross Shipton La at an elevation of 4216 m and cross into the remote and beautiful Barun river valley before their arrival at Makalu Base Camp. Along the trail, visitors will experience superb views of the south face of Makalu as well as Everest, Lhotse, Chamlang and Kanchenjunga.
Trekkers who are interesting an “authentic” trekking experience in Nepal, Makalu Base Camp Trekking particular route is highly recommended. The best time for this trek include March to June and October to November. Contact us Today NO.1. Trekking Service Provider Company in Nepal Himalayan Trekking . !
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:
- 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.
- 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
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 Kanchenjunga base camp trek promises to give trekkers the adventure and thrill they seek. It easily leaves a permanent mark on the memories of the travelers who’ve had the chance to explore this remote and beautiful region of the world. Along with amazing views of the mountains and the wilderness, trekkers also have the opportunity to explore the traditional culture of the peoples of Eastern Nepal.
This is a circuit trek and involves a visit to the Pathibhara temple, an important religious site for Hindus, at Tapalejung. The trail leads towards the north to Ghumsa and then up towards to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp (5143 m). Next, the trail moves further towards the east through two passes and carries on till the Yalung Base Camp (4500 m). The trail then leads you back south towards Taplejung.
The trek takes you through a remarkable high alpine landscape. Trekkers get to witness deep gorges, magnificent rivers and the lovely experience of crossing high passes. As the trek passes through Kanchenjunga Conservation Area trekkers have the chance to spot the rare snow leopard and other endangered animals like the musk deer, the red panda and the blue sheep. Furthermore, this is also an opportunity to witness some of the most beautiful peaks in the world in all their glory such as the Taple Shikhar, The Twin Mountains, Pyramid Peak and Tent Peak. Trekkers also get to see a rare view of Mt. Kumbhakarna only offered by this trek.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek through Alpine woodlands, pristine forests, the splendid Rhododendron forests, abundant wildlife, demanding high Mountain passes, beautiful alpine landscapes, the hospitality, culture and traditions of the people, temples and monasteries are the many highlights of this trek that make this one of the best treks in Nepal.
The Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek offers a chance to trek around Mt. Manaslu while exploring the beauty of the Tsum Valley. Trekking around these regions have been opened recently, therefore these areas are some of the hidden gems of Nepal.
The Tsum valley is in the north of Kathmandu. The people of the region follow identical Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture. In the Tibetan language “Tsum” means vivid. As the name goes valley is pure, pristine and holy. The legendary valley is home to ancient art and culture. The trails to Tsum are scattered with brilliant Chortens and lined with Mani walls made of thousands of stone slabs adorned with paintings of deities and inscribed with holy prayers.
Those that have explored the region that trekking around Manaslu reminds them of the Annapurna Circuit, but the region nevertheless is much more distinctive and less explored. This trail takes visitors through spectacular natural landscapes and culturally rich local people.
The trek is recommended for those seeking a physically challenging trip in the Nepalese Himalayas mixed with a chance to explore the treasures of the Tsum Valley.