Annapurna Base camp Trekking

Black rock, with its elevation of (5,545 m.) should be climbed to see the view of Mt. Everest. There will be a possibility of altitude sickness, while heading up to the mountains. If so, the only best and wise way to do is coming down immediately. Another possibility is starting the trek from Jiri, approximately 8 till 9 hours from Kathmandu. This takes seven days extra.


Everest Base camp Package 21 days Program

This area is as busy and commercialized as the Annapurna range. The culture of Sherpa people and their practice of Buddhism are impressive. The Everest Base camp elevation is about (5,034 m.). It is not possible to see the Mt. Everest from the base camp Kalapatthar.

Black rock, with its elevation of (5,545 m.) should be climbed to see the view of Mt. Everest. There will be a possibility of altitude sickness, while heading up to the mountains. If so, the only best and wise way to do is coming down immediately. Another possibility is starting the trek from Jiri, approximately 8 till 9 hours from Kathmandu. This takes seven days extra. Continue reading “Annapurna Base camp Trekking”

Nepal

In Nepal there are 14 peaks over 8,000 meters in the world, and of the although same of the 10 highest of them eight all, peaks actually straddle borders -Everest is in Nepal. Neapl’s magnificent mountains can be enjoyed in three distinctly different fashions. The earliest way is to simply look at them.


Nepal Introduction

The Himalayan is sanskrit for ‘abode of snows’ and Nepal’s stretch of the Himalayas includes eight peaks over 8,000 meters, including the highest of them all, mighty Mt. Everest. Known to the Nepalese as Sagarmatha the worlds’ highest place was the overpowering attraction, which drew in Nepal’s first modern mountaineers.

Everet
Everest

During the 1950s and 1960s most of the important Nepalese peaks were conquered, but just because it is no longer possible to be the first to set foot on top has certainly not diminished the attraction of Himalayan mountaineering. Climbing these giants in an adventurous sporting activity, whereas 30 years ago it required huge well-sponsored expeditions.

There are 14 peaks over 8,000 meters in the world, and of the although same of the 10 highest of them eight all in Nepal, peaks actually straddle borders -Everest is in Nepal and China for example, Kanchanjunga is highest peak in Nepal and India. The heights of the 14 highest peaks, followed by the in South America, North America, Africa, Russia, Antarctica, Europe, Australia and Britain can be seen in the World Mountain Heights diagram.

Neapl’s magnificent mountains can be enjoyed in three distinctly different fashions. The earliest way is to simply look at them. This can be done by flying at them – either on regular flights or the daily tourist – season mountain flights, Or you can admire them from the various popular mountain view points such as Nagarkot or Dhulikhel near Kathmandu or Sarangkot above Pokhara. Getting to these viewpoints is covered in the appropriate chapters.

If simply looking at the mountain isn’t enough you can get right in amongst them by trekking. Trekking is not mountain – climbing apart from high passes on certain treks and the approach to the Everest Base camp you are unlikely to go above 3500 meters. Trekking, however, does provide breathtaking views. Full details on trekking are given in the Trekking chapter.

Finally, there is real mountain – climbing and while getting to the top of an 8000 meter peak is strictly for the professionals, there are plenty of ‘trekking peaks’ which small-scale amateur expeditions can readily attempt. This is not to say that mountaineering in Nepal can be easy – climbing mountains this high always involves an element of risk – but getting to the top of worthwhile Himalayan peak doesn’t necessary require millionaire status or big commercial backers.

Mountaineering
Mountaineering became a fashionable pursuit in Europe during the second half of the 1800s and, having knocked off the Alpine peaks, the much greater heights of Himalayas were an obvious new challenge.
Trekking
There are many smaller mountains in Nepal called ‘trekking peaks’ (ranging from 5,587 to 6,654 meters) which keen trekkers can climb. Most Everest Base Camp trekkers make the ascent of Kala Patthar for the view of Everest and at 5,545 meters this would be a substantial peak anywhere else in the world.

By Himalayan standards these are minor peaks but some of them provide challenging snow and ice climbing. To climb peak and trekking a permit is required from the Nepal Mountaineering Association.

TREKKING IN NEPAL

Why trekking?
An important part of the trekking experience is seeing how these people live. While trek, you can observe and learn about day by day activities and a life style which you close to the land and very different from the west.

Although life in the foothills of the Himalaya has been impacted by trekkers you can still observe traditional method of farming, cooking, trades, child rearing, construction and religious activities. The trail are generally well maintained and are actively used by the Nepalese for communication, trades and travel .you will share the trail with many pack animals [burros] and hard working porters who carry heavy load of supplies, much of which is consumed by trekkers.

While trekking you will also see the great diversity of Nepal. Villages embrace many ethnic groups and cultures.

Camping trek
In this trip you have to sleep in tent our cook prepared food and porter carry your luggage. We have to bring food from ktm. Only you have to carry small bag for your most necessary things like camera, water bottle money and etc. In this trip your lodging and fooding will be covered by your paid amount.

Lodge trek
In this programme we have to eat and sleep in the lodge. But porter carry your bag and you have to carry small bag for your important used things. In this trip your lodging and fooling on your paid amount.



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Trekking season
The season starts from late September till May as the monsoon begins in early June and continues up to early September. After the monsoon the visibility is very good and the festival Dashain and Tihar are observed throughout the country during this time.

January and February are extremely cold at higher altitudes and there is snowfall too. These months offer excellent trekking for well-equipped groups or for those who remain at lower elevations.

Late February/ march the beginning of spring in Nepal with hillsides covered with wild flowers and rhododendrons above 2000m. The mountain views are excellent and the temperature is quite moderate even during the nights.

Late April and May are hot in lower areas. The visibility is poor, high altitude treks are good in this season.

 

Bhutan Tour

Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital, occupies a valley in the country’s western interior. Wangdue Phodrang is a town and capital of Wangdue Phodrang District in central Bhutan. It is located in Thedtsho Gewog. Punakha is a town in the Himalayas of Bhutan. Paro is a valley town in Bhutan, west of the capital, Thimphu.


Bhutan and Nepal Tours
Fly In Fly Out.

Day 1: Kathmandu transfer Hotel
Met our Representative from Himatrek who Welcome into Nepal with garland then transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel also we will help you to look round Thamel the tourist hub of Nepal.

Day 2 : Kathmandu Valley
After breakfast sightseeing in Kathmandu valley popular hindu temple Pasupatinath,one of the oldest buddist stupa but it was destroyed in earth quick boudhanath , other biggest stupa Soyambhunath and Historical place Kathmandu Darbar square overnight in Hotel

Day 3: Fly to Paro Bhutan drive to Thimphu (L/D)
After breakfast, proceed to airport for flight to Bhutan – Paro. During the journey offers fascinating views of the eastern Himalayan range, including Mt. Everest. Arrival Paro, enjoy the Bhutan local lunch. ,
It is revered as one of the most holy shrines in Bhutan and embodies the arrival of Buddhism here. Visit to Rimpung Dzong or the ‘fortress of the heap of jewels’ which is the seat of the district administration and the residence of the monastic school. The dzong is famous for its wall murals depicting Buddhist parables, symbols and the lives of prominent saints. After finish, drive to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. The road meanders alongside the Paro Chu (river) and terraced fields until the confluence of two rivers at Chuzom. Here, one can see three stupas, representing the different styles of the different sects. After dinner, transfer back to the hotel in Thimphu. (Over night in the hotels in Thimphu

Day4:  / Wangdue Phodrang /Punakha (B/L/D)
After breakfast, we will drive towards Punakha and on the way with a short stop at Dochula pass (3,050m) where if the weather is good, enjoy spectacular view of mountains. After dinner, transfer back to the hotel in Paro. visit the Punakha Dzong, a massive structure built at the junction of two rivers. It was the capital of Bhutan until 1955, and still serves as the winter residence of the monk body. The first King, Ugyen Wangchuck was crowned here in 1907.
Drive to Wangdue, visit Chimi Lhakhang, a temple built by Lam Drukpa Kuenley, the Divine Madman and renowned for blessing barren women with fertility. (Overnight at the hotel in Punakha)

Day 5: WangduePhodrang / Punakha / Paro (B/L/D)
After breakfast, drive back to Paro via Thimphu and visit Tashicho Dzong, the center of government and the monastic order. After that, continue to visit the Motithang Mini Zoo where you can see the National animal Takin research centre where these odd animals graze peacefully in a small protected park. Visit the Memorial Chorten, a stupa conscpetualised by the Third King to ward off negative influences. It was later built in his memory by the present King and the Queen Mother. After that, visit the National Post Office, where you can spend only USD 3, to have your own photo for a set of stamps.
Visit another place from where you can get a good overview of the Thimphu valley is from the Buddha point (Kuensel Phodrang). It is again a short drive from the town. You can pay your obeisance and offer prayers to the Buddha, the largest statue in the country and then walk around and take a glimpse of the valley. Drive to Paro. After dinner, transfer back to the hotel in Paro. (Over night in the hotels in Paro)

Day 6: Paro (B/L/D)
After breakfast, drive to the foot of the Taktshang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest cliff before walking uphill for 2 hours to reach this monastery, giddily perched on a sheer 800m rock face. Taktshang means ‘Tiger’s Nest’ as legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava flew to this spot on the back of a tigress in the eight century. He meditated here making this temple a sacred pilgrimage destination for Buddhists. The trip to and fro takes 4 hours for which riding ponies can be arranged (USD 15/per pax). After lunch, visit one of the oldest landmarks in Bhutan. The 7th century Kyichu Lhakhang was one of the 108 temples built in the Himalayas by Tibetan King, Songtsen Gembo.
After dinner, if you have special needs, we can arrange for you to experience the Bhutanese Traditional Hot Stone Bath (USD25 /per pax), booking must be made 6hours in advance), to eased past few days journey fatigue. Transfer back to hotel in Paro. (Over night in the hotel of Paro)

Day 7: Flight to Kathmandu
Drive to the Airport fly Kathmandu our staff will pick up you from the airport then transfer to Hotel .

Day 8 : Departure to your destination
Today your trip comes at end. After breakfast at your hotel, you have now free time . If it is the day that you fly back home/ onward travel destination, we will transfer you to airport on time. Or you could extend your stay or you may get our assistance for additional activities that you are interested in.
Cost rates
No. of Pax Tour Cost (Standard Hotel)
01 Pax $1450 (Per Person)
02 Pax $1350 (Per Person)
03 Pax $1280(Per Person)
04 -06 Pax or above $1210(Per Person)

Cost includes:
· Private transportation airport pick and drop
· All necessary travel permits
· English speaking local guide.
· Accommodation on single/twin room basis.
· Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per the itinerary
· Meal plan: Full Board Basis in Bhutan (Breakfast /Lunch/Dinner )
. Nepal 3 star hotel with breakfast With breakfast sightseeing

Cost excludes:
· Insurance of any kind.
· Additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstance
· Personal expenses such as drink, guide tips & etc.
. Flight from Kathmandu/Paro / Kathmandu
. Visa Fee: $50.00 (Per Person.)

Mount Kailash Tour Tibet

Mt. Kailash is a mysterious and religious mountain for travelers, it is at the highest elevation on the Tibetan plateau.


Mt. Kailash is a mysterious and religious mountain for travelers and Buddhist, Hindus and Bonpo faithful it is the abode of God Shiva; it is their sacred land. Kailash peak and Manasarover Lake are situated at 4500 meter above sea level; it is at the highest elevation on the Tibetan plateau. It is the source of holy rivers of south Asia like Indus, Sutlej, Brahamaputra and Karnali.

The journey starts from Simikot, travel to Yari, cross a high pass at Nara La and descend to Humla Karnali River to reach the border village of Hilsa and Khojarnath. Drive to the region’s trading center at Taklakot (Purang). Green and wet monsoon weather changes to dry, cold and sunshine at the plateau. The sky there is deep blue with scattered cloud. Despite it’s barren and dry features the lake and the mountain has magnetic influence to devotees and visitors alike.

Your trip preparation: Trekking trip is considered as moderately hard. If you are moderately fit and have a sense of adventure you will enjoy this trip. The program is designed to acclimatize you gradually and not to experience high altitude sickness. However you are requested to check your altitude fitness and the itinerary. We suggest you to strengthen your knee muscles and prepare for several days of steep descents.

Please note that the following program is prepared in the fact basis however can be changed in some circumstances but adjustments will have to made during the trekking. We request you to be flexible with the situation to enjoy yourself. As the trek is designed for camping arrangement, everything is handled by our team of porters, Sherpas and cooks who carry the equipment, fix the camp and have hot meals waiting for you at every food break.

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Pick up from the airport and transport to your hotel. Includes: (A).

Days 2-3: Sightseeing tours in Kathmandu Valley. Includes: (A), (B).

Day 4: Flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and transfer to hotel. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 5: Fly to Simikot, Trek to Dharapuri -2400m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 6: Trek from Dharapuri to Kermi -2550m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 7: Trek from Kermi to Yalabang Gompa -3020m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 8: Trek from Yalabang to Tumkot Khola -2800m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 9: Trek from Tumkot Khola to Yari – 4300m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 10: Trek from Yari to Hilsa – 4325 crossing over the Nara La-4620m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 11: After breakfast trek half an hour to Sher (Nepal – Tibet border), after finishing the immigration formalities drive to Purang (Taklakot)-4000m and visit of Lhama Yutok Gompa overnight at Purang Guest house. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 12: Drive to Darchen – 4600m the base camp of Mt. Kailash and overnight at Darchen Guest house. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 13: Trek to Chhugu Gompa – 4600m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 14: Trek to Drira Phuk. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 15: Trek to Zutulphuk crossing over the Drolma La-5620m. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 16: Trek for about 4 hours and drive to Tirthapuri. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 17: Drive to Toling. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 18: Drive to Tsaparang – ruins of Guge Kingdom, Tunnel in the castle and drive back to Toling. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 19: Drive to Miser Chu. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 20: Drive to Manasarovar. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 21: Rest at Manasaravar and exploration of the area. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 22: Drive to Hilsa (Nepal border). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Days 23-27: Trek back to Yari, Muchu, Yalabang, Dharapuri and Simikot. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).

Day 28: Flight from Simikot to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj. Includes: (A), (B), (L).

Days 29-30: Rest days in Kathmandu. Includes: (A), (B).

Day 31: Transport to the airport and fly out. Includes: (A), (B).

Note: Abbreviation: A – Accommodation, B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price Includes:


– Airport pick up & drop
– Trekking guide
– One porter each two clients in tea-house trek, required cook, trek crews & porters in tent trek
– Insurance, lodging, food & allowance to your trek crews
– Tent & mattress for tent trekking
– All meals as per itinerary
– Land transportation as per itinerary
– All accommodation as per itinerary
– Trekking Permit & National Park Fee
– Domestic Flight Ticket as per itinerary.

Price Excludes:

– International airfares & war insurance
– The cost of personal items like laundry & all kind of soft & hard drinks
– Optional excursions
– Cost of visas, insurance charges & passports where is necessary
– Gratuities for services provided on a personal basis
– The single supplement payable on all bookings where only one person is traveling
– All others except committed to provide in ‘cost included’ section above.

Langtang Package Program Nepal


Langtang 16 Days

Langtang is situated north of Kathmandu and the ethnic group, known as Tamangs mostly populated this area. The culture language and their customs are much similar to the Tibetans. The views of snowy mountain peaks, like the Langtang Lirung (7,246 m.). Gangchenpo (5,846 m.), Dorje Lakpa (6,966 m.) are excellent. Langtang valley itself is an another marvelous attraction for tourists. One can set out this trek, drive out from Kathmandu to Dhunche either by local or reserved bus. Approximately 6 to 7 hours drive. Continue reading “Langtang Package Program Nepal”

Everest Base camp Trekking Nepal


EVEREST BC – Kala Patthar
This area is as busy and commercialized as the Annapurna range. The culture of Sherpa people and their practice of Buddhism are impressive. The Everest Base camp elevation is about (5,034 m.). It is not possible to see the Mt. Everest from the base camp Kala Patthar.
Black rock, with its elevation of (5,545 m.) should be climbed to see the view of Mt. Everest. There will be a possibility of altitude sickness, while heading up to the mountains. If so, the only best and wise way to do is coming down immediately. Another possibility is starting the trek from Jiri, approximately 8 till 9 hours from Kathmandu. This takes seven days extra.
Continue reading “Everest Base camp Trekking Nepal”

City tours of Nepal


5 Days Kathmandu valley package tour
Day 01: Arrival, pick up from the airport and drop at the hotel
Day 02: Full-day sight seeing tour around the three queen cities in Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Half-day sight seeing in valley and trip to Nagarkot at 2,260 m. by the afternoon to see the sunset and overnight in Nagarkot great view point of the Himalayas .
Day 04: Early in the morning to see the Sunrise, an attractive scene to watch. A range of mountain peaks including the Mt. Dhaulagiri in the west, Mt. Everest as a tiny figure, and Kanchanjunga in the east. After breakfast back to Kathmandu .
Day 05: Departure day

Langtang Gosaikunda Trekking


<strong>Langtang Goshaikund Trek
The langtang Goshaikund trek is one of the most beautiful trekking in Nepal. Kund is a Nepali word, means: lake. There are 108 kunds in this area and mainly visible from the routes are Saraswati Kund, Bhairab Kund, Surya Kund and Goshaikund is the famous and most important one.

Day 01: Arrival to the hotel and unpacking
Day 02: Full day sight seeing around the Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Drive to Dhunche early in the morning.
Day 04: Dhunche to Syabru.
Day 05: Syabru to Sing Gompa. There are two alternative routes to Goshaikund starting at Syabru. This one is commonly considered as a normal route also as a popular one.
Day 06: Sing Gompa to Goshaikund (4,300 m.) This route includes Laurebinayak at (3,930 m.) Saraswati Kund and Bhairab Kund are the most attractive ones on this trek.
Day 07: Goshaikund to Ghopte (3,480 m.) The trail leads to northern part of Goshaidkund and there seems a challenge of corssing the Laurebinayak pass (4,600 m. approxmately). After 4 till 5 hours of trek will arrive at Ghopte for camping.
Day 08: Ghopte Kutumsang (2,470 m.). Except ascending to Tharepati an elevation to (3,400 m.) the rest of the trail will descend. Sufficient hotels, lodges and temporary tea-house are available on the route. Attractive mountain views as well as local peoples’ life style, culture, customs would be additional subject of interests.
Day 09: Kutumsang to Chisapani (2,200 m.). Instead of coming down to Kathmandu one can extend the itinerary to enjoy another spectacular view from Chisapani.
Day 10: Chisapani to Nagarkot (2,200 m.). Nagarkot is the most beautiful spot to watch sunrise and sunset view.
Day 11: Drive back to Kathmandu from Nagarkot.
Day 12: Free day for shopping, relaxing and packing. Drive to Chitwan.
Day 13: At Chitwan full day program: Elephant ride and bird watching after bed tea or coffee. Breakfast Canoeing on Rapti river, lunch, nature walk and special show of Tharu ethnic group’s with Stick dance and dinner at 8 o’clock in the evening.
Day 14: Drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 15: Shopping
Day 16: Departure day

Cost USD 1350
em>Above cost Includes:
-Pick up on arrivals and drop from & to International / domestic airport
-Necessary hotel accommodation with Bed and breakfast in 3 star category hotels in Kathmandu
– Necessary TREKKING PERMIT/ CONSERVATION FEE/ ALL LOGISTIC WORKS.
-Trekking as per itinerary.
-All necessary ground transfers. During the pickup drops, 1 full day sightseeing in Kathmandu valley with Tour Guide and transfer.
-Your Trekking Service as per Itinerary:
-Lodge trekking Service: Trekking as per Itinerary: Government recognized English speaking Experience Guide, porter,
-Lodging & fooding at Lodges & teahouses (breakfast, lunch and dinner) (Menu choose) as available in trek route
-Insurance for the Nepalese staff, their allowance lodging & fooding -Conservation/National park permit fee
-Necessary Airport pickup and drop, personnel care & attestation.
– private transportation

The above cost does not include:

– International Flight
-Expenses of personal nature, personal gears, hard/soft drinks; Personal
-Medication, rescue in case of emergency such as hiring Extra Porter / Horse, helicopter rescue, insurance and
-Typical tips to Guide and porter,
-All the things that not mentioned on above includes Item
Visa
Visa can be getting easily from Royal Nepalese Embassies or Royal Nepalese consulate office. 15 0r 30 days visa is also available from Kathmandu airport. Mountaineering, Trekking and Rafting permits are available in Kathmandu. You need 3 passport size photos to make Tims and conservation Permit
Medication
All travelers should consult with their physician or update on vaccination requirements Cholera, Typhoid, Tetanus and hepatitis. None of these shots are require .For Entry in to Nepal, but we recommend that you get inoculations or boosters for these before travelling. For hepatitis, the Hemoglobin injection should be taken as close to departure.
Altitude Sickness
A mixture of problems like headache, noose, and shortness of breath tiredness encountered at high altitude above 3,000 Mts. because of the less oxygen, low Pressure, rapid ascent, possibly dehydration and hypothermia. Mild symptom of sickness. Not feeling well, Tiredness, short of breath, loss of appetite sleeping disturbance and dizziness. It can be happen after 1-3 days of arrival in the altitude then increasing shortness of breath at rest, severe cough-dry much tried, High pulse rateI.e. 110 blueness of face, lip, fingers nail-that mean inability to transport oxygen in to the blood. It can be happen after 2 night of arrival in the altitude. The last severe symptoms of altitude sickness: -Severe headache, vomiting, working like a drunk, mental confusion, irritable unconsciousness.
Prevention
Acclimatization in high altitude, working slowly, drinking more water or fluid, carry small back pack, climb high sleep lower, don’t work alone and no alcohol, sleeping pills, and smoking.
Treatment
For the altitudes sickness, there is no medicine but if anybody suffering by sickness better way to take lower altitude as soon as possible. Some medicine can help like a oxygen, Diamox for mild symptoms. Nafedipine for second Symptom Stroids / Dexamthasone for severe symptoms and Hyperbolic bag eparture from Nepal.
Personal clothing List
This list doesn’t represent what you must you take but it simply a guide to help you
Tick of the things you might need and have to pack, Boot and shoes, Gloves, Socks, Shirts-Blouses, towel Underwear, Sleeping bag, Rock sack or back pack, Down Jacket and pant, Wind-rained jacked, Fleece pant, Bathing suit, Water Bottle, Umbrella, Sunscreen sun Glass, Toilet paper and lighter, Toiletries Torch, First aid kit, Camera Lip care, Tampons, pack-cover sun hat, Warm hat, Water purification, Books and money belt.
Insurance
We strongly recommend that you take out baggage loss, accident and trip cancellation Insurance. Trip cancellation insurance should reimburse you any non-recoverable air or land expenses should you have to cancel your trip due to personal or family illness as well as cover any emergency evacuation expenses should you become ill during the trip.
Booking policy
The total amount to be paid before departure from Kathmandu.
In case cancellation of notice should be 15 days before trip departure.
50% will be charge in case of cancellation as a cancellation.
No refund for incomplete trip.
25% Advance should be pay in Booking period or can send money order to our bank account

Everset Base camp Trekking and Sightseeing


21 Days Everest Base camp Package Program
This area is as busy and commercialized as the Annapurna range. The culture of Sherpa people and their practice of Buddhism are impressive. The Everest Base camp elevation is about (5,034 m.). It is not possible to see the Mt. Everest from the base camp Kalapatthar.

Black rock, with its elevation of (5,545 m.) should be climbed to see the view of Mt. Everest. There will be a possibility of altitude sickness, while heading up to the mountains. If so, the only best and wise way to do is coming down immediately. Another possibility is starting the trek from Jiri, approximately 8 till 9 hours from Kathmandu. This takes seven days extra.

Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival, transfer to hotel and unpacking
Day 02: Full day sightseeing tour around the Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Fly out from Kathmandu and into Lukla (2,780 m.) and camping at Phakding (2,300 m.)
Day 04: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,446 m.): Trek continues to Namche Bazaar this is the administrative headquarter, and now it has become a very commercial area.
Day 05: Acclimtisation day, visit Buddhist monastery, museum and surroundings.
Day 06: Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3,867 m.): After 3 to 4 hours trek, one may have another excellent opportunity to beet Tyangboche Monastery. It was completely destroyed by fire in 1988 and now it has been reconstructed. The magnificent views of Mt. Kwangde (8,187 m), Thamanche (6,542 m.), Ama-Dablam (6,856 m). and Everest (8,848 m). The Nuptse, Lhotse and Thamsherku are also visible.
Day 07: Tyangboche to Pheriche (4,240 m.). Along the forest, the trail is teemed with birds like Blood Pheasants, Danfe (Nepal’s National Bird), Monal, impeyan pheasant and her beautiful birds. Pheriche is very windy and cold place. So it is very important to bring warm clothes with you.
Day 08: Pheriche to Lobuche (4,880 m.). This area is much more expensive. In compare at Namche, the prices are twice as much. Lodges, hotels and teashops are available along the route.
Day 09: Lobuche to Kalapatthar (5,545 m.) and back to Lobuche. At Kala Patthar (Black Rock) you have an excellent view of the Mt. Everest (8,848 m.) Then you go back to camp at Lobuche.
Day 10: Lobuche to Pangboche (3,901 m.). Trail descends to Pangboche, which is easier to come down.
Day 11: Pangboche to Namche Bazaar and camping.
Day 12: Namche Bazaar to Lukla and camping.
Day 13: Lukla to Kathmandu by flight.
Day 14: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 15: Drive out from Kathmandu to rafting put-in-point at Fishlling and continue rafting 3 to 4 hours. The rafting ends Mugling, where you have lunch and then drive to Chitwan
Day 16: At Chitwan full day program: elephant back ride and bird watching after bed tea or coffee. Breakfast, Canoeing on Rapti River, lunch, nature walk and special show of Tharu ethnic group with stick dance and dinner at 8 o’clock in the evening.
Day 17: After breakfast drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 18: Drive to Nagarkot to see sunrise and sun set view over night.
Day 19: After breakfast drive back to Kathmandu via Bhaktapur.
Day 20: Free day in Kathmandu and shopping.
Day 21: Departure

Cost USD 1900 Per person

Above cost Includes:

-Pick up on arrivals and drop from & to International / domestic airport
-Necessary hotel accommodation with Bed and breakfast in 3 star category hotels in Kathmandu
– Necessary TREKKING PERMIT/ CONSERVATION FEE/ ALL LOGISTIC WORKS.
-Trekking as per itinerary.
-All necessary ground transfers. During the pickup drops, full day sightseeing in Kathmandu valley with Tour Guide and transfer.
-Your Trekking Service as per Itinerary:
-Lodge trekking Service: Trekking as per Itinerary: Government recognized English speaking Experience Guide, porter,
-Lodging & fooding at Lodges & teahouses (breakfast, lunch and dinner) (Menu choose) as available in trek route
-Insurance for the Nepalese staff, their allowance lodging & fooding -Conservation/National park permit fee
-Necessary Airport pickup and drop, personnel care & attestation.
– Domestic Air one way Kathmandu / Lukla/Kathmandu

The above cost does not include:
– International Flight
-Expenses of personal nature, personal gears, hard/soft drinks; Personal
-Medication, rescue in case of emergency such as hiring Extra Porter / Horse, helicopter rescue, insurance and
-Typical tips to Guide and porter,
-All the things that not mentioned on above includes Item
Visa
Visa can be getting easily from Royal Nepalese Embassies or Royal Nepalese consulate office. 15 0r 30 days visa is also available from Kathmandu airport. Mountaineering, Trekking and Rafting permits are available in Kathmandu. You need 3 passport size photos to make Tims and conservation Permit
Medication
All travelers should consult with their physician or update on vaccination requirements Cholera, Typhoid, Tetanus and hepatitis. None of these shots are require .For Entry in to Nepal, but we recommend that you get inoculations or boosters for these before travelling. For hepatitis, the Hemoglobin injection should be taken as close to departure.
Altitude Sickness
A mixture of problems like headache, noose, and shortness of breath tiredness encountered at high altitude above 3,000 Mts. because of the less oxygen, low Pressure, rapid ascent, possibly dehydration and hypothermia. Mild symptom of sickness. Not feeling well, Tiredness, short of breath, loss of appetite sleeping disturbance and dizziness. It can be happen after 1-3 days of arrival in the altitude then increasing shortness of breath at rest, severe cough-dry much tried, High pulse rateI.e. 110 blueness of face, lip, fingers nail-that mean inability to transport oxygen in to the blood. It can be happen after 2 night of arrival in the altitude. The last severe symptoms of altitude sickness: -Severe headache, vomiting, working like a drunk, mental confusion, irritable unconsciousness.
Prevention
Acclimatization in high altitude, working slowly, drinking more water or fluid, carry small back pack, climb high sleep lower, don’t work alone and no alcohol, sleeping pills, and smoking.
Treatment
For the altitudes sickness, there is no medicine but if anybody suffering by sickness better way to take lower altitude as soon as possible. Some medicine can help like a oxygen, Diamox for mild symptoms. Nafedipine for second Symptom Stroids / Dexamthasone for severe symptoms and Hyperbolic bag eparture from Nepal.
Personal clothing List
This list doesn’t represent what you must you take but it simply a guide to help you
Tick of the things you might need and have to pack, Boot and shoes, Gloves, Socks, Shirts-Blouses, towel Underwear, Sleeping bag, Rock sack or back pack, Down Jacket and pant, Wind-rained jacked, Fleece pant, Bathing suit, Water Bottle, Umbrella, Sunscreen sun Glass, Toilet paper and lighter, Toiletries Torch, First aid kit, Camera Lip care, Tampons, pack-cover sun hat, Warm hat, Water purification, Books and money belt.
Insurance
We strongly recommend that you take out baggage loss, accident and trip cancellation Insurance. Trip cancellation insurance should reimburse you any non-recoverable air or land expenses should you have to cancel your trip due to personal or family illness as well as cover any emergency evacuation expenses should you become ill during the trip.
Booking policy
The total amount to be paid before departure from Kathmandu.
In case cancellation of notice should be 15 days before trip departure.
50% will be charge in case of cancellation as a cancellation.
No refund for incomplete trip.
25% Advance should be pay in Booking period or can send money order to our bank account

Gorepani Trekking


Gorepani Pun hill Trekking in Nepal
Poonhill trek is a beautiful Place in Annapurna region which is one of closest Place to see Annapurana and Dhaulagiri Mountains which are over then 8000 mtr highest mountains in the World. The Ghorepani Poonhill region lies inside the Annapurna Conservation Area and is a protected region from urban pollution. The Ghorepani is a one of the beautiful village with great views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range of the Himalaya lie in elevation of 2874meters with highlighted nice Trekking lodges to get rest and meals for the travelers. Ghorepani village is the meeting point of the to Poonhill viewpoint, Ghandruk village, Annapurna Base Camp and Round Annapurna trekking and Khopra Dada trekking. Sun rise and Sun set viewpoint Pun hill is a 45 to 1hours walk from Ghorepani which lies at the elevation of 3210meters. Ghorepani Poonhill region is a beautiful place with green forest with the rear species of plants and flower such as Rhododendron, other. We can even find the beautiful landscape, friendly peoples most of them were in British Army Called Gorkhas and traditional villages, fascinating surrounding of green mountains along with snow covered mountains such as Annapurna, Gangapurna, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri and other.
Ghorepani Poonhill trek is a trekking destination from Pokhara city. Tourists can witness the Himalayas from their own eye sight. The travelers reach Ghorepani after crossing several traditional mountain villages.
Detail Itinerary
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu airport (1345m)
Met our Representative from Himatrek who Welcome into Nepal with garland then transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel also we will help you to find the right equipment for trekking.

Day 02: Kathmandu / Pokhara(910m) / Tikhredunga 1575m ( Fly)
Early in the morning you will fly to Pokhara . If you get chance to get seat in right side of the place with window you will able to see Panoramic views of the Himalayas Langtang , ganesh Himal, Manasalu , Annapurna and Dhaulagari Ranges , including rice terraces and green hills from the plane After reach to Pokhara one and half hours’ drive to Birethanti, a large and prosperous town beside the Modi River.you head up the main trail to Ramgai and Sudame where you climb gradually up the side of the valley, reaching Hile (1495m) before pushing on to Tikhe Dhunga(1575m),

Day 03: Thikredunga to Ghorepani (2850m) 5 hrs
After take breakfast trail crosses a stream (Bhrungdi Khola) and then ascends a steep stone staircase to the large Magar village at Ulleri then you will walk through rhododendron (Nepali National Flower) and oak forests and across streams before making a short, final climb to Nangethant, From Nangethanti you head up to Ghorepani . Overnight at Lodge.

Day 04: Ghorepani to Poon Hill to Tadapani (2520m).5 hrsEarly in the morning hike to Poon Hill (3210m) (it take 45 minute to 1 hours) a panoramic point provides an unobstructed view of sunrise over the high Himalayas including Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Mt. Annapurna I (8091 m), Mt. Nilgiri (7040m), Annapurna south (7219 m),Annapurna II (7937 m), Annapurna III (7555 m), Annapurna IV (7525 m), Hiunchuli (6441 m), fishtail or Machhapuchhare (6998m), Lamjung Himal (6986m), Tukuche peak (6920 m), Dhampus peak (6012m) others.
Back to From pun hill take breakfast then trail climbs along ridges and through pine,Oak,Juniper and rhododendron forests to Deurali (2960 m).You descend to reach next Banthanti, before winding your way to Tadapani(2540m) Overnight at Lodge.

Day 05: Tadapani to Ghaundruk(1950m) /Landruk (1950m) 4.30 approx hrs
During this day, you will trek through the forests with mountain view.Your descent brings you to the village of Ghandruk village around noon so you can visit Gurung village, Gurung museum. As well as take time to explore the village. May take Lunch and trek down to Modi khola and climb up to Landruk a beautiful Gurung Village with terraces, green hills with mountain views, culture, GuThey are honesty and innocent smile face.They have their own monologue too .Overnight at Lodge.

Day 06: Landruk / Tolka/ Puthana / Australian Camp
After Breakfast then start walking up and down way to Tolka till to Bhedi Khara after Bhedi Kharka climb up to Deurali pass then down to Tolka through forest reach to Australian Camp. This Place provide great Jungle scenery and similar views as Poonhill like Annapurna South, Fishtial, Mt Dhaulagiri,Tukuche peak,Dhampus Peak,Nilgiri and Himchuli.
Australian Camp we will hike to Naudanda (Nine hill) stop for Lunch and continue hike to Sarangkot. Sarangkot trek offer you spectacular mountain scenery (Mt Dhaulagri, Annapurna, Machhapuchre, Nilgiri, Lamjung hima etc. and enchanting view of Pokhara valley. and Pokhara lake. Specially in the night time you can see beautiful lighting Pokhara valley view
Day 07: Australian Camp/ Pokhara (by private vehicle) 3 hrs
Australian Camp we will hike to Kade 1hour drive to and Pokhara hotel will provide close to lake side if someone want to do boating in Fewa lake it is also possible cost will be extra for that.

Day 08: Drive to Kathmandu
Driving Early in the morning hotel few minutes to get Tourist bus station. You will drive through scenic foothills, passing along the road at the bank of Trishuli River.you will have nice view of Annapurna, terraces and green hills with many Nepali town.While you reach to kathmandu at noon.
Day 9: Transfer to Airport departure from Nepal.

USD 970 Per person

Above cost Includes:
-Pick up on arrivals and drop from & to International / domestic airport
-Necessary hotel accommodation with Bed and breakfast in 3 star category hotels in Kathmandu/ Pokhara
– Necessary TREKKING PERMIT/ CONSERVATION FEE/ ALL LOGISTIC WORKS.
-Trekking as per itinerary.
-All necessary ground transfers. During the pickup drops, 1 full day sightseeing in Kathmandu valley with Tour Guide and transfer.
-Your Trekking Service as per Itinerary:
-Lodge trekking Service: Trekking as per Itinerary: Government recognized English speaking Experience Guide, porter,
-Lodging & fooding at Lodges & teahouses (breakfast, lunch and dinner) (Menu choose) as available in trek route
-Insurance for the Nepalese staff, their allowance lodging & fooding -Conservation/National park permit fee
-Necessary Airport pickup and drop, personnel care & attestation.
– Domestic Air one way Kathmandu to Pokhara

The above cost does not include:
– International Flight
-Expenses of personal nature, personal gears, hard/soft drinks; Personal
-Medication, rescue in case of emergency such as hiring Extra Porter / Horse, helicopter rescue, insurance and
-Typical tips to Guide and porter,
-All the things that not mentioned on above includes Item
Visa
Visa can be getting easily from Royal Nepalese Embassies or Royal Nepalese consulate office. 15 0r 30 days visa is also available from Kathmandu airport. Mountaineering, Trekking and Rafting permits are available in Kathmandu. You need 3 passport size photos to make Tims and conservation Permit
Medication
All travelers should consult with their physician or update on vaccination requirements Cholera, Typhoid, Tetanus and hepatitis. None of these shots are require .For Entry in to Nepal, but we recommend that you get inoculations or boosters for these before travelling. For hepatitis, the Hemoglobin injection should be taken as close to departure.
Altitude Sickness
A mixture of problems like headache, noose, and shortness of breath tiredness encountered at high altitude above 3,000 Mts. because of the less oxygen, low Pressure, rapid ascent, possibly dehydration and hypothermia. Mild symptom of sickness. Not feeling well, Tiredness, short of breath, loss of appetite sleeping disturbance and dizziness. It can be happen after 1-3 days of arrival in the altitude then increasing shortness of breath at rest, severe cough-dry much tried, High pulse rateI.e. 110 blueness of face, lip, fingers nail-that mean inability to transport oxygen in to the blood. It can be happen after 2 night of arrival in the altitude. The last severe symptoms of altitude sickness: -Severe headache, vomiting, working like a drunk, mental confusion, irritable unconsciousness.
Prevention
Acclimatization in high altitude, working slowly, drinking more water or fluid, carry small back pack, climb high sleep lower, don’t work alone and no alcohol, sleeping pills, and smoking.
Treatment
For the altitudes sickness, there is no medicine but if anybody suffering by sickness better way to take lower altitude as soon as possible. Some medicine can help like a oxygen, Diamox for mild symptoms. Nafedipine for second Symptom Stroids / Dexamthasone for severe symptoms and Hyperbolic bag eparture from Nepal.
Personal clothing List
This list doesn’t represent what you must you take but it simply a guide to help you
Tick of the things you might need and have to pack, Boot and shoes, Gloves, Socks, Shirts-Blouses, towel Underwear, Sleeping bag, Rock sack or back pack, Down Jacket and pant, Wind-rained jacked, Fleece pant, Bathing suit, Water Bottle, Umbrella, Sunscreen sun Glass, Toilet paper and lighter, Toiletries Torch, First aid kit, Camera Lip care, Tampons, pack-cover sun hat, Warm hat, Water purification, Books and money belt.
Insurance
We strongly recommend that you take out baggage loss, accident and trip cancellation Insurance. Trip cancellation insurance should reimburse you any non-recoverable air or land expenses should you have to cancel your trip due to personal or family illness as well as cover any emergency evacuation expenses should you become ill during the trip.
Booking policy
The total amount to be paid before departure from Kathmandu.
In case cancellation of notice should be 15 days before trip departure.
50% will be charge in case of cancellation as a cancellation.
No refund for incomplete trip.
25% Advance should be pay in Booking period or can send money order to our bank account