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Remote Area Treks


Next to the Annpurna range in the mid-west with different panorama of giant Dhaulagiri, far remote mixed and wild, cultural experience, great nature, high adventure journey, unspoilt wild life and vegetation and adventurous photographic destination. Fly or drive to Pokhara, By air 30 minute and overland 7 hr. drive, transfer to trailhead, after the trek fly back from jomsom to Pokhara. Around Dhulagiri (Dhulagiri trek) Just west of Annapurna is the 40 mile wide Dhaulagiri Himal. Dhaulagiri I, the sixth-tallest peak in the world, towers high above the well-trekked Muktinath pilgrim trail up the Kali Gandaki Valley. The vast massif screens the hidden lands of Dolpo to its north, and to the west of it are Nepal's far western hills. Only to the east along the Kali Gandaki Valley can we easily view the mountain close up, so massive Dhaulagiri with its symmetrical peak and four major outliners remains an enigma along much of its perimeter. Like fabled but restricted Dolpo, the complete month-long trek around Dhaulagiri is only for a handful of hikers.
 
 
Departure: On your Request
Main Season: April - November
 
 
Itinerary:
 
Day 01 Arrival and transfer to hotel/welcome dinner. Day 02 Day at Leisure /Hotel. Day 03 Drive to Beni(810m) /  CampDay 04 Trek to Babichor (950m) Day 05 Trek to Darbang (1030m) Day 06 Trek to Sibang (1720m) Day 07 Trek to Muri (1840m) Day 08 Trek to Boghara (1990m) Day 09 Trek to Dobang (2400m) Day 10 Trek to Chartare (2820m) Day 11 Trek to Pakabon (3585m) Day 12 Trek to camp near glacier (3810m) Day 13 Trek to Dhaulagiri base camp (4750m) Day 14 Acclimatization at Mt. Dhulagiri Base Camp Day 15 Trek to Hidden valley (4900m), French pass (5360m) cross Day 16 Trek to Yak kharka (3990m), Thapa pass (5230m) cross Day 17 Trek to Kaligandaki valley - Marpha (2667m) Day 18 Trek to Kagbeni (2807m) Day 19 Trek to Muktinath (3802m) Day 20 Trek to Jomsom (2713m)Day 21 Fly to Pokhara (850m)/ Hotel Day 22 Fly to Kathmandu (1350m) / Hotel Day 23 Day at leisure / farewell dinner /Hotel. Day 24 Drive to airport for return flight.
 
 
Cost Includes:
Accommodation as per Different standard of your choice.
English Speaking Trekking Guide & porter. All the Ground Transportation as per Group Size & standard of Tour Starting to end of Tour or Trek.
Every day 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), Camping Trek Our Cook prepare & Tea House Trek will provide on local Lodge.
All fees on Trek.
 
Cost Not Includes:
All the expenses of personal nature, Drinks, tiping, all the Delay due to weather, situation beyond our control etc.
 
 
 
Upper Mustang (The lost Kingdom of Tibet):
  
In common usage, the name Mustang refrs to the arid, Tibet-like region, known to its inhabitants as Lo, at the northern end of the Kali Gandaki, Mustang is probably a Nepali mispronunciation of the name of the capital of Lo, the city of Manthang, the name is pronounced ¡®moo-stang¡¯ and has nothing to do with either the automobile or the horse with a similar name. Officially, Mustang is the name of the district along the kali Bandai from the Tibetan border south to Ghasa. The capital of the Mustang district is Jomsom; the restricted area of Tibetan influence is north of Kagbeni, and is generally referred to as upper Mustang.

Upper Mustang consists of two distinet regions: the south region with five villages inhabited by people related to the Managis; and the northern region (the ancient kingdom of Lo), where the langusge, culture and traditions are almost purely Tibetan, the capital of Lo is named manthang, which translates from the Tibetan as ¡®plain of aspiration¡¯ many texts refer to the capital as Lo Manthang, but this is not strictly correct, Other texts spell the name of the kingdom as Lho, but this is a transliteration of the Tibetan word for ¡®south¡¯ and is also incorrect. Thus the portion of the upper Mustang district north of Samar is Lo and its capital is Mustang the king of Lo is the Lo Gyelbu, though I use the Nepanli term raja here. To avoid total confusion with existing Maps and texts, I also refer to the capital of Lo as ¡®Lo Manthang¡¯

Completely closed to foreign trekkers until 1991, Mustang is an ancient Himalayan Kingdom. Inside the walled city of Lo Manthang are some of the largest Tibetan Buddhist gompas in Nepal. A difficult trek because of high altitude, exposed terrain and continual Strong winds.

  
Departure: On your Request
Main Season: April - November
PERMIT: US$700 for 10 days per person
 
 
 
Itinerary:
  
Day 01 : Arrive Katmandu:
You will met on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu and transferred to hotel of your choice. Overnight at hotel. 
 
Day 02 : Kathmandu:
This morning tour Kathmandu and Swayambhunath stupa. See Kathmandu Durbar Square including Kastmandap temple (known as temple made from wood of single tree), visit Kumari (the living goddess), temple of Akash Bhairab, Kalbhairab, temple of Taleju, and continue to Swayambhunath Stupa from where you can view all Kathmandu valley. This afternoon rejoin the coach and visit the Patan City. See Patan Durbar Square, including Krishna Mandir and more. Overnight at hotel.
 
Day 03 : Kathmandu-Pokhara:
Today travel west to Pokhara. The 6 hours scenic drive give you spectacular and breathtaking view en-route. Enjoy lunch in Pokhara at one of the best restaurant in lakeside. The remainder of the day is at leisure to enjoy this beautiful city and lakeside. Overnight at hotel.
 
Day 04 : Pokhara-Jomsom:
Early morning drive to airport to board your flight 25-minute flight to Jomsom. Upon arrival in Jomsom meet with our crews and proceed toward Kagbeni. Camping in Kagbeni.
 
Day 05 : Kagbeni-Tsehile (3110m):
After early breakfast, proceed toward Tsehile. The trail follows to the bank of Kaligandaki, somewhere crossing the river. The journey passes the villages of Tangbe & Chunksang. You will enjoy hot lunch cooked by our own cook on the way. Before we reach Tsehile we need to cross a bridge over Kaligandaki and climb steeply up about 35 minutes to the Tsiele Village. Camp at Tseile.
 
Day 06 : Tsehile-Syangbochen (3800m):
Enjoy early breakfast and start journey Today we cross four passes Taklam La (3240m) Dzong La (3550m), Baga La, Yemdo pass (4000m). You travel through Samar, Bhona, and Yemdo villages.
There are very few settlements in Mustang. Each village contains about 2-6 families. Each day we have to walk about 7-8 hours. There are three families or houses in Syambochhen. Camp in Syamgbochen.
 
Day 07 : Syambochen-Tsrang (3570m):
We have to start early each day and stop early. We have to pass four passes today, Shyammochhen la, Nyi or Nya la (4050m), Ghemila (3520m), Tsarang la (3920m).
There is a big village in Ghami. After Ghami, we see big Chhortens along the way and we travel through the Great Chorten Gate before we arrive in Tsarang. The Tsarang also a villages containing about 50 families or houses. Camp in Tsarang.
 
Day 08 : Tsarang-Lomanthang (3530m):
Early start, about 6-7 hours walk. Before we arrive in Lomanthang we pass Lo (Dry) pass from where you can view Lomanthang- Main city of Mustang where you can visit Palace of Historic King of Am Pal, Low caste village etc. Camp in Lomanthang.
 
Day 09 : Explore Lomanthang (3760m):
Today whole day at leisure and visit King palace, Monasteries, Low Caste Village, Herbal Medical School, even you can visit with Traditional Herbal Medicine Doctor. Overnight in Lomanthang.
 
Day 10 : Lomanthang-Tsarang:
Your return journey will more easily than going up.
 
Day 11 : Tsarang-Syambochhen.
 
Day 12 : Syambochhen-Chuksang (3050m).
 
Day 13 : Chuksang-Kagbeni.
 
Day 14 : Kagbeni-Jomsom (2743M):
Today is you last night with your all crews including cooks, porters, guide etc. You will enjoy your dinner this evening offering some drinks to your crews. Overnight at Jomsom.
 
Day 15 : Jomsom-Pokhara:
All flights to Pokhara start morning only. Wake up early and line-up for flight to Pokhara. Explore Pokhara for Free day. O/n at Hotel.
 
Day 16 : Pokhara - Kathamndu:
Drive or Fly Back to Kathamndu. O/n at Hotel. 
 
Day 17 : Departure:
We will take you to Airport for your Final Destanation.
 
 
COST INCLUDES:
All the meals from Jomsom to jomsom.
All the necessary staff (guide, cook, porter, Sherpa).
ACAP permit.
Equipment for the staff.
All the necessary camping gears (All the tent, sleeping bag, and other necessary gears).
Land transport.
Flight from and to Jomsom.
UPPER MUSTANG PERMIT.
 
COST EXCLUDES:
Your personal insurance.
Personal expenses.
Hotel in Kathmandu & Pokhara will be extra.
Tipping.
 
 
 
Lower Dolpo:
 
Dolpo! The word conjures up visions of mysterious monasteries of snow leopards and blue sheep. A land beyond the Himalaya.
 
Laying in western Nepal, Dolpo is one of the most remote of Nepal’s regions. By special permit, we are able to offer these-days trek through upper and lower Dolpo .
 
Our route follows much of the route taken by Peter Mathiessen and George Shaller as described in (The snow Leopard?. We trek 200 miles , averaging 10 miles a day. We spend 6-8 hours a day trekking . Several layover days are planned . Porters carry a day pack with the things you need for the day. Participants should be in good shape. We are at high elevation much of the time on this trip. Five passes, over 16,500 feet, are crossed . Steep climbs and descents are made.
 
 
Departure: On your Request
Main Season: April - November
 
 
Itinerary:
 
Day 01 : Kathmandu ?Vol pour Nepalganj
Day 02 : Nepalganj ?Juphal : vol et debut du trek jusqu’a DUNAI (env. 3h1/2)
Day 03 : Dunai ?Tarakot (YALA KOTE) check-post des permis- env.6h de marche
Day 04 : Tarakot - Tarap Khola (Lahini Kharka)
Day 05 : Tarap Khola - Bivo Caves (3500m d’altitude)
Day 06 : Bivo Cave - Dho Tarap (4200m d’alt.)

Day 07 : Dho : visite de l’ecole, des gombas,?/DIV>

Day 08 : Dho - Takse (Numla Phedi)
Day 09 : Takse - Numla Pass/ Camp de Baga La
Day 10 : Baga La - Bakhra Kharka
Day 11 : Bakhara Kharka ?Ringmo
Day 12 : Ringmo - lac de Phoksumdo (visite)
Day 13 : Ringmo/ Regi Gaon
Day 14 : Regi Gaon ?Roha Gaon (Raktang)
Day 15 : Roha Gaon ?Juphal Airport
Day 16 : Juphal/ Nepalganj/ Kathmandu
 
 
Cost Includes:
Accommodation as per Different standard of your choice.
English Speaking Trekking Guide & porter. All the Ground Transportation as per Group Size & standard of Tour Starting to end of Tour or Trek.
Every day 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), Camping Trek Our Cook prepare & Tea House Trek will provide on local Lodge.
All fees on Trek.
 
Cost Not Includes:
All the expenses of personal nature, Drinks, tiping, all the Delay due to weather, situation beyond our control etc.
 
 
 
Upper Dolpo (Camping Organize Trek):
 
Laying in western Nepal, Dolpo is one of the most remote of Nepal’s regions. By special permit, we are able to offer these-days trek through upper and lower Dolpo.
 
Dolpo! The word conjures up visions of mysterious monasteries of snow leopards and blue sheep. A land beyond the Himalaya.
 
 
Minimum Group Size: 02
Departure: On your Request
Main Season: May - October (Camping Organize Trek)
 
 
Itinerary:
 
Day 01 : By flight/ bus or van, to Pokhara, and rest of the days on Phewa lake, with the Annapurna Range rising to 26,000 feet north of us.
 
Day 02 : Today we fly from Pokhara to Jomsom (elevation 8900 feet), the administrative centre for the Mustang district to Nepal. En-route we fly between Annapurna I ( 26500 feet) ad Dhaulagiri ( 26,800 feet) . It is a spectacular flight. We meet our porters in Jomsom. From here we trek up the wide, Kali Gandaki Valley to the Fortress- like town of Kagbeni (9200 feet) . The scenery around us is spectacular . To our south are the galciated peaks of the Himalaya. To our north is the drier, dessert - like countryside of the Tibetan plateau , a maze of barren high mountains . ( 8 miles).
 
Day 03 : Climbing 3000 feet out the Kali Gandaki Valley, we have excellent views of the Annapurna Range, Muktinath and Mustang. We traverse into the spectacular Chalung Khola, climbing and descending side canyons along the way, to the village of Sangdak, elevation 12,500 feet. (15 miles)
 
Day 04 : We ascend the convoluted Chalung gorge, then climb 400 feet, to 16,800- foot, Sangdak Pass, the eastern entrance to Dolpo. The scenery is magnificent. This has got to be one of the grandest viewpoints in the world. Descending the pass we follow the Thajang Khola to the village of Chharka, 13,500 feet elevation. (25 miles)
 
Day 05-07
 From Chharka we climb 3000 feet to Chharka Pass (16,500), then descend into the Keheng Khola. This is one of the most remote regions in Nepal, an area where there could still be the magnificent Marco Polo sheep or the Tibetan wild yak. The landscape is Arctic desert , barren in places with alpine meadows in others. We hike past the very Tibetan villages of Tinje, Shimengaon and Saldang. (50 miles)
 
Day 08 -11 
Entering Phoksundo National Park, we climb 3000 feet over a 17,300 - foot pass and descend , to famous Shey Gomba, elevation 13,950 feet. We spend a layover day here watching blue sheep, looking for snow leopards and wolves and touring the monastery. (10 miles).
 
Day 12-13
Leaving Shey Gomba we climb 3200 feet over a 17200- foot pass. Views of the 22,000-foot peaks of the Kanjiroba Range are excellent . We descend 5000 feet into the Phoksundo River drainage and work our way along beautiful Phosksudo Lake (12,000 feet). We find ourselves perched on cliffs, high above the lake. If you don’t like heights you won’t enjoy this section. A layover day is planned at the lake. (16 miles) Ringmo ?Sepka 2700m, Sepka ?Dunai, 6hrs. Then observes the village, Dunai ?Juphal 2 hours. And back packing etc. and Juphal ?Nepalganj-Kathmandu by flight
 
Day 14 - 16 
From Phoksundo lake we descend past the spectacular waterfall draining the lake. Leaving the main route we follow the Durjam Khola through the village of Pungmo (9600 feet), to the base of Kagmara Pass. Since crossing the last pass we have entered the lusher side of the Himalayas . Beautiful forests of pine, spruce, hemlock and birch are common.(18 miles)
 
Day 17 - 19 
Descend Garpung Khola 8 miles to Hurikot and the park boundary . Continue down 2 miles to the Bheri River, at 8600 feet elevation . Contour through villages and apple orchards past potato and corn fields, climbing to camp at Mauriya Phedi , elevation 10,200. (20 miles)
 
Day 20 - 21 
Ascend steeply, 2300 feet, through forests of pine and oak, across avalanche tracks to Mauriya Pass (elevation 12,500). Views of the snowy peaks to our north and east are exceptional. Descend steeply , 2600 feet, through birch, oak and rhododendron forests to Chotra, elevation 9900 feet (7 miles).
 
Day 22 : For the next two days we descend the Tila valley through spruce forests, past barely fields and rice terraces, irrigation works and water driven mills, to Jumla, elevation 7700 feet, the administrative centre for the region. (20 miles)
 
Day 23 - 24 
From Jumla we fly to Nepalgunj and fly to Kathmandu
 
Day 25 - 26 
An easier day in Kathmandu.
Day 27 : Departure/ drive to airport.
 
 
 
Cost Includes:
Accommodation as per Different standard of your choice.
English Speaking Trekking Guide & porter. All the Ground Transportation as per Group Size & standard of Tour Starting to end of Tour or Trek.
Every day 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), Camping Trek Our Cook prepare & Tea House Trek will provide on local Lodge.
All fees on Trek.
 
Cost Not Includes:
All the expenses of personal nature, Drinks, tiping, all the Delay due to weather, situation beyond our control etc.
 
 
Manaslu Trekking:
 
Rising 8,163 meters, Mt. Manaslu lies just east of the famed Annapurna Region and shares a border with its northern neighbour, Tibet. Manaslu's unsurpassed beauty and rich, cultural traditions offer the dedicated trekker a genuine adventure.
 
 
Departure: On your Request
Main Season: April - November (Camping Trek)
 
 
Itinerary:
 
Day 01 : Kathmandu (arrival)
Day 02 : Kathmandu an easy day
Day 03 : Drive to Jamrung and trek to Khahare
Day 04 : Trek to Karigau/ school visit/Fulkharka
Day 05 : School visit/ trek to Baseri
Day 06 : manbu besi/Liding
Day 07 : Machhi Khola
Day 08 : Jagat
Day 09 : Ngyak
Day 10 : Ghap
Day 11 : Li Gumba
Day 12 : Samagaon
Day 13 : Larke Bazar
Day 14 : An easy day and trek to Dharmasala
Day 15 : Larke pass and trek to Bhimtang
Day 16 : Tilje
Day 17 : Dharapani
Day 18 : Jagat
Day 19 : Bahun Dada
Day 20 : Khudi
Day 21 : Kathmandu
Day 22 : Departure
 
 
Cost Includes:
Accommodation as per Different standard of your choice.
English Speaking Trekking Guide & porter. All the Ground Transportation as per Group Size & standard of Tour Starting to end of Tour or Trek.
Every day 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), Camping Trek Our Cook prepare & Tea House Trek will provide on local Lodge.
All fees on Trek.
 
Cost Not Includes:
All the expenses of personal nature, Drinks, tiping, all the Delay due to weather, situation beyond our control etc.
 
 
Kanchanjunga (23 Days):
 
This region offers an endless variety of culture and changing countryside as it proceeds from the hot rive-growing districts through terraced fields, forests of birch, bamboo and rhododendron that eventually turn to stands of fir and hemlock as one climbs higher intro the mountains. Himalayan bear, barking deer and the lesser panda are among the rich animal and bird life that fill the area. Kanchanjunga, Makalu and the spectacular Jannu are among the peaks at the outset of the trek. Passing through villages of Brahmins and Chhetries, you enter almost exclusive Rai territory with a scatter of Gurung and Sherpa settlements.

 

Departure: On your Request
Main Season: April - November
 
 
 
Itinerary:
 
Day 01 : Kathmandu to Birathnagar by flight.
 
Day 02 : After arriving in Taplejung on the early morning flight start walking to Lali Kharka past picturesque multi-ethnic villages.
 
Day 03 : Keswa. From the ridge there are good views of Jannu (also known as Kumbhakarna Himal), the mountain looms at the head of the valley and has a striking presence.
 
Day 04 : Mamankhe is a Rai and Limbu village the houses surrounded by barley, millet and cornfields. The local tea-shops have great tongba where you can sip the warm drink with a bamboo straw and chat with English-speaking elderly ex-servicemen.
 
Day 05 : Yamptudin is probably the only Gurung village this far east. Unlike their Rai or Limbu neighbours, they speak Nepali.
 
Day 06 : Lamite Bhanjyang does not offer much of a view because of the thick forest of tall trees. Beyond here, there are only herders and shepherds to be seen taking livestock to high pastures.
 
Day 07 : Tseram at 3,770m is the junction from where you branch off to the Yalung Glacier.
 
Day 08 : Ramche at 4,800m is a yak shelter from where it is two-and-half-hours to the base camp for Kangchenjunga south face. Further up there is a broad glacier field at Oktang, a great place to camp or next morning you will be there.
 
Day 09 : An easy day on around the Oktang.
 
Day 10 : Back to Tseram (it is too hard to cross Labsang La in March/April.
 
Day 11 : Rapka Kharka is a long day from Tseram, crossing two 4,800 m passes. The is a fantastic point to view the world of Kanchanjunga. Kangchenjunga and Jannu dominate the eastern horizon, to the west is the jagged ridge of Jaljale Himal which separates the Tamur and Arun watersheds, and far in the distance are Makalu and Everest. On a clear day, you see down to the Indian plains to the south.
 
Day 12 : Ghunsa, site of a Tibetan Refugee Camp, is four-and-a-half hours down to the valley and you can reach in time for lunch.
 
Day 13 : Rampuk Kharka. The day starts with a forest trail and slowly gets into moraine country with narrow trails and rock falls.
 
Day 14 : Lhonak, it is a long valley with surrounded by all the might snow mountains and glacier. It is a long and exciting valley. There are many peaks around you to climb to see higher and wider of the area. Views of Kirat Chuli, Nepal peak and the Twins are just at the end of the valley.
 
Day 15 : Amjilasa.
 
Day 16 : By Chirwa you are back in the low mid-hills with Bahun, Chhetri villages.
 
Day 17 : Depend on the snow level we can try to go more inner part of the valley. Pangpema or Lhonak will be camp destination.
 
Day 18 : An easy day on around the Glacier Valley and come back to Rampuk Kharaka.
 
Day 19 : Back to Ghunsa or walk more to to Phere.
 
Day 20 : Amjilasa or Ghaya Bari.
 
Day 21 : By Chirwa you are back in the low mid-hills with Bahun, Chhetri villages.
 
Day 22 : Climb up to the ridge to get back to Taplejung for the flight back.
 
Day 23 : Fly back to Kathmandu.
 
 
Cost Includes:
Accommodation as per Different standard of your choice.
English Speaking Trekking Guide & porter. All the Ground Transportation as per Group Size & standard of Tour Starting to end of Tour or Trek.
Every day 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), Camping Trek Our Cook prepare & Tea House Trek will provide on local Lodge.
All fees on Trek.
 
Cost Not Includes:
All the expenses of personal nature, Drinks, tiping, all the Delay due to weather, situation beyond our control etc.
 
 
Kanchanjunga (17 Days):
 
This region offers an endless variety of culture and changing countryside as it proceeds from the hot rive-growing districts through terraced fields, forests of birch, bamboo and rhododendron that eventually turn to stands of fir and hemlock as one climbs higher intro the mountains. Himalayan bear, barking deer and the lesser panda are among the rich animal and bird life that fill the area. Kanchanjunga, Makalu and the spectacular Jannu are among the peaks at the outset of the trek. Passing through villages of Brahmins and Chhetries, you enter almost exclusive Rai territory with a scatter of Gurung and Sherpa settlements
 
 
Departure: On your Request
Main Season: April - November
 
 
Itinerary:
  
Day 01 : After arriving in Taplejung on the early morning flight start walking to Lali Kharka past picturesque multi-ethnic villages.
 
Day 02 : Keswa. From the ridge there are good views of Jannu (also known as Kumbhakarna Himal), the mountain looms at the head of the valley and has a striking presence.
 
Day 03 : Mamankhe is a Rai and Limbu village the houses surrounded by barley, millet and cornfields. The local tea-shops have great tongba where you can sip the warm drink with a bamboo straw and chat with English-speaking elderly ex- servicemen.
 
Day 04 : Yamptudin is probably the only Gurung village this far east. Unlike their Rai or Limbu neighbours, they speak Nepali.
 
Day 05 : Lamite Bhanjyang does not offer much of a view because of the thick forest of tall trees. Beyond here, there are only herders and shepherds to be seen taking livestock to high pastures.
 
Day 06 : Tseram at 3,770m is the junction from where you branch off to the Yalung Glacier.
 
Day 07 : Ramche at 4,800m is a yak shelter from where it is two-and-half-hours to the base camp for Kangchenjunga south face. Further up there is a broad glacier field at Oktang, a great place to camp if you don’t have altitude symptoms.
 
Day 08 : Race back to Tseram.
 
Day 09 : Rapka Kharka is a long day from Tseram, crossing two 4,800 m passes. From the exotically named Sinion La is a view to rival Poon Hill. Kangchenjunga and Jannu dominate the eastern horizon, to the west is the jagged ridge of Jaljale Himal which separates the Tamur and Arun watersheds, and far in the distance are Makalu and Everest. On a clear day, you see down to the Indian plains to the south.
 
Day 10 : Ghunsa, site of a Tibetan Refugee Camp, is four-and-a-half hours down to the valley and you can reach in time for lunch.
 
Day 11 : Rampuk Kharka. The day starts with a forest trail and slowly gets into moraine country with narrow trails and rock falls.
 
Day 12 : Lhonak is like reaching Annapurna Sanctuary, but perhaps more spectacular. The north face of Kangchenjunga is visible with its three stacked glacier shelves from which seracs break off from time to time and tumble down in billowing clouds of ice. There are views of Kirat Chuli, Nepal Peak, and The Twins at the head of the valley. The valley itself goes on and on.
 
Day 13 : Pangpema, even better views of the north face. Stay for two days if you have time, attain nirvana and soak in the silence and tranquillity.
 
Day 14 : Can get right back down to Ghunsa in one day.
 
Day 15 : Amjilasa.
 
Day 16 : By Chirwa you are back in the low mid-hills with Bahun, Chhetri villages.
Day 17 : Climb up to the ridge to get back to Taplejung for the flight back.
A recommended 15-17 day trek would entail flying to Taplejung and taking the ridge route to Kangchenjunga south base camp, backtracking to Tseram and crossing over to the northern side. Taplejung is not so difficult anymore to fly to since private airlines began service.
 
 
 
Cost Includes:
Accommodation as per Different standard of your choice.
English Speaking Trekking Guide & porter. All the Ground Transportation as per Group Size & standard of Tour Starting to end of Tour or Trek.
Every day 3 Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), Camping Trek Our Cook prepare & Tea House Trek will provide on local Lodge.
All fees on Trek.
 
Cost Not Includes:
All the expenses of personal nature, Drinks, tiping, all the Delay due to weather, situation beyond our control etc.

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