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Trip Overview of Ganesh Himal Trek

Ganesh Himal Trek area lies in the central-eastern region of Nepal. This region offers spectaculars views, unspoiled natural splendor, wild and friendly inhabitants. The Ganesh Himal can be seen from Kathmandu valley. These regions peak ( Ganesh 1. Ganesh II, Ganesh III, and Ganesh IV) stand out like crystal. That is the first Himalayan change forming the skyline. This enormous Himalayan massif is lies between the valley. It lies Budhi Gandaki in the west and Bhotekoshi in the east, As a result, becomes Trishuli Khola in the lower section.

Ganesh Himal is known after the Hindu deity of excellent fortune. The elephant-headed God “Ganesh” we pray because of the spiritual power of God in Nepal. Ganesh, I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, and Ganesh IV are mountains forming the skyline of the Ganesh Himal Range. Trekking within the Ganesh Himal Base Camp route provides you with the chance to explore the exotic view of its flora and fauna.  During the spring season, we will get the striking presentation of barberries, Premolars, orchids. There is also a spread of ferns that gives an exotic deem well because of the vibrant smell all around the trekking route.

The trekking trail takes you all the way through the emerald hills, beautiful Tamang villages. Furthermore, The mountain, Terraces crammed with golden rice and mustard. The natural predicament stream, deep Gorges, glaciers, with forests of blue pine are the best part of the rote. We can also see the Spanish oak, and blossoming Rhododendron forest adding beauty to the trail.


Ganesh Himal is the closest route from Kathmandu

There are three major groups of peaks between Kathmandu and Pokhara, such as Ganesh Himal, Langtang, and Manaslu, including the Annapurna range. This trekking route is less travel area.  It is the best option If you are looking to escape from the more popular regions of Annapurna and Everest. Ganesh Himal trek is famous for its unspoiled Tamang culture, spectacular views of mountains, and colorful rhododendron forest. Ganesh Himal trek is conveniently close to Kathmandu.

During the Ganesh Himal Trek, you can observe the different ways of life culture. We can also able to contact rural people in the small villages. During our trekking. We will see the method of living those rural people in Nepal as the main corp of the village is Millet and corn. You will cross through the 4400m high sing-la pass offers an excellent view of the massif Ganesh Himal. You will also get the best view of  Langtang Himal, Mt. Manaslu, and Annapurna Himalayan ranges. No more tourists are the peculiarity of this region. It might be possible you can’t see any foreigners even any modern Nepalese other than local people

You will see 65 percent of people are Tamang (semi Mongolian), and the rest of them are others. Ganesh Himal trekking is known as a Tamang cultural tour. Ganesh Himal trekking area lies in the central-eastern region of Nepal and identifies as a Tamang culture. This area offers spectaculars views, untouched natural splendor, wild and friendly inhabitants, The high valleys north of the Ganesh range on the Tibetan border are the complete wilderness and away from much of the trekkers.

It is the hidden valleys of the Himalayas

Ganesh Himal Trek is in the  “ Hidden Valleys ” of the Himalayas.  It guards by a three-tiered pagoda set on a rocky steep-sided gorge to pine forest and alpine meadows. leading to a massive glacier below the snow-capped peaks.

Ganesh Himal is often seen from the Kathmandu Valley and it stands in between the Manaslu Himalayan range and Budi Gandaki valley within the west. The trek starts from an extended drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi which takes about seven to eight hours. On the seventh day of our trek, we reach Ganesh Base Camp where we’ll spend two nights and explore the valley. Returning back from an equivalent path is going to be a memorable journey for you for your whole lifetime.

During the Ganesh Himal Trek, you can observe the different ways of life culture and able to contact with rural people in the small villages, The trail starts from Trishuli following the upper valley landscapes. During the trek, we will get the best panoramic views of many majestic mountains. you will not get tiring to see the smiling faces of native people from the villages and sometimes walking by the bank of rivers in continuation of the trail. You will have the opportunity to visit the inhabitants of these areas, who live in the flat-roofed fortress-like village in this remote village.

The journey around these legendary mountains is among the most enjoyable, though severe. Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek is the occurrence of the exquisite stone crystals in the Ganesh Himal region. Therefore you will enjoy the majestic views of Ganesh I, II, III, and IV peaks, glaciers, gorges, natural hot baths, and picturesque Tamang villages.

Trip Highlights

  • Less travel trekking route nearby Kathmandu.
  • Witness the breathtaking panoramic view of the entire Ganesh Himal Range.  Annapurna, Manaslu, and also the Langtang Range.
  • Trekking in the Green rain-alpine forest and experience the traditional villages with ancient cultures.
  • Explore the Tamang and Gurung culture.
  • Get into local rural life and a homestay experience.


Cultural aspect

Although almost both Kathmandu and Pokhara, the Ganesh Himal trek Region has remained a well-kept secret to all or any but Nepal’s most avid trekkers. The unexplored area is concealed between the favored destinations of Langtang park and therefore the Manaslu Conservation Area Project.

Wildflowers flourish, and waterfalls embellish the luxurious hill scenery during a land blessed with wide-ranging geographical, cultural, and biological diversity. Sensational viewpoints feature sublimity Himalaya to the north. Most prominent is that the Ganesh Himal Range, a family of peaks among the foremost attraction of the whole Himalaya. The Ganesh massif is known in honor of the Hindu deity Ganesha, son of Shiva and Parvati. Selected viewpoints within the area offer immense panoramas!

Most rewarding are the cultural attractions including the magnificent Ganga Jamuna a twin waterfall, Kalo, Seto lakes and Ganesh Kunda/lake, and Tripurasundari temples, and particularly the hospitable folks that inhabit the region. the world is populated mainly by Tamang, Gurung, Ghale to the north, and Brahmin, Chhetri, Dalit, Newar, and Chepang at the lower elevations within the south. Visitors are warmly welcomed by all with a friendliness that creates Nepal legendary. a minimum of six separate trekking itineraries are recommended and await travelers promising unforgettable adventures.

The Ganesh Himal area is definitely accessed by the Prithivi Highway also as Pasang Lhamu highway along the southern fringes, connecting Kathmandu and Pokhara. Another adventurous option is to hike in from the Tamang Heritage Trail of Rasuwa and follow the Ruby Trek, so named for the valuable stones harvested within the area. we’ll take you along this route with dramatic scenes of natural beauty, village scenery, and cultural charm.

Ganesh Himal Homestay Trek

Ganesh Himal home-stay trek gives the opportunity to know the unique and mystifying culture and lifestyles of the local inhabitants of this area. The trek trail passes through the pristine villages lying south of the Ganesh Himal. It also goes over Pangsang Pass, and on to Dhading Besi. Hiking into the northern region of the Ganesh Himal will undergo Tamang communities. We will enjoy their lifestyle, religious practices, language, and dress are more almost like those of Tibetans instead of the Nepalese inhabiting the center Hills. Our journey passing through beautiful landscapes resulting in Gatlang where one can have a chance to remain at an area house enjoying the hospitality of the people of Gatlang.

The trail then passes through a tropical jungle with incredible mountain views to a little shelter village called Somdang. From Somdang, the trail then results in the Pang Sang pass with its amazing view of the Annapurna range, Lamjung Himal, Manaslu range, Ganesh Himal range, and the Langtang range. Hiking down through the gorgeous rhododendron forests, the trek results in Laptung and Tipling villages, the most important Tamang villages of this region with unique Tibetan culture. Further descending and crossing a bridge over the AdaKhola, the trail then results in Chalish village where you’ll experience the hospitality of the friendly Gurung people and their unique lifestyle by staying with them overnight.

You can get the unique cultural dance is performed by the local villages on your stay. During the homestay trek, we will. Passing through culturally rich Tamang villages, the trial results in JharlangPhedi then to CharangePhedi where once more you’ll have a chance to enjoy the fun of homestays. The trek ends at DhadingBesi. This trip-of-a-lifetime trek combines the varying cultures, lifestyles, and hospitality of the local Tamang and Gurung people alongside the mesmerizing views of snow-capped peaks.

 Ruby Valley Trek

The Ganesh Himal trek and Ruby valley trail are in between two popular destinations known as Langtang National Park and Manaslu Conservation Area Project. The trail offers breathtaking mountain views and the lifestyle of local people from different cultural groups like Gurung, Brahmin, Chhetri, Tamang, Newars, and Dalits.

There are other attractions like Buddhist Monastries, Hindu Temples, calm ponds. It also gives you a stunning glimpse of numerous beautiful mountains of Annapurna, Langtang Ganesh Himal. Also the Manaslu regions, different species of herbal plants, a cheese factory, beautiful landscapes. This place has a high possibility for crystals like ruby and zinc, which are precious minerals. For wildlife here, Red Pandas, snow leopard, Bear, Tiger, wolf, Pheasant, and many kinds of monkeys and deers can be found. The warm hospitality of local people brings life to the proverb guests are god, which makes them serve and respect every Guest to their village as their god, which will make the journey an excellent memory of unforgettable adventure of life.

The mountain range “Ganesh” is the predominant mountain range located within Ruby Valley. All of the peaks are over 7,000 meters, with some approaching 8,000. Mt “Manaslu” is visible in the Ganesh Himal trek.

Ruby Valley Trek Route

Getting on to Ruby valley trek, There is a minimum of 2/3 different routes that you simply can trek to Ruby Valley. The itinerary that you simply can choose supported some time length and interest.
There are multiple ways to urge around it. The trek is often started from Syabrubesi; some 150km drive from Kathmandu. Syabrubesi is additionally the main gate to the classic Langtang Valley trek.

Alternatively, this trek is often started from Dundure Khola (135km) from Kathmandu via Dhading Besi. many of us start the trek from Bhalche in Nuwakot and trek via Sing La Pass (4045m). Daily local buses are available to Bhalche, Syabrubesi, and to Dundure Khola which is connecting the drive via Dhading Besi. Our original itinerary starts from Arukhet following the Manaslu route for the primary day.

Here is the short suggested itinerary that attends Ruby Valley, one of these trails goes through Pangsan Dada – the very best point of the region it’s also called Pangsang pass situated at an altitude of 389 meters above water level. generally, the trek starts from Kathmandu and ends at Kathmandu via Dhading Besi.

Ruby valley trek allows you to see the Nepali lifestyle, culture, and tradition. You pass different villages, where you can interact with the various ethnic groups such as Tamang, Gurung, Brahmin, Chhetri, and few others of Nepal. The trail offers you a peek observation of the culture and unchanged tradition of these people.

Short itinerary for Ruby valley trekking

Day 1 Kathmandu to Syaprubesi (By local Jeep/Bus) and trek from Syaprubesi to Gatlang village. From here our trek journey goes to  Day 3 Trek  Somdang before we cross the Pansang pass. After we continue to trek and Trek from Somdang to Tipling and  Chalisa. After resting at the Chalish Gaun we will further trek to Day 7 Trek from Chalsih to Khading.  Trek from Khading to Dand  Return to Kathmandu by local jeep/bus. T
his total journey will be 9 to 10 days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu.


Ruby valley trek map

The Ruby Valley trek is map goes from Kathmandu to the hidden valley trail, a tremendous view are often seen from 3,850 meters from Pangsang pass. You can get the village experience, the gorgeous farm terraces, and the everyday lives of the local people within the hills of the Mountains.

The Ruby Valley trek route map starts after driving from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi. The trek route map passes through foothills and lowland farm terraces to ethnic Tamang villages at Gatlang, which wont to get on the traditional salt trade route between Nepal and Tibet. alongside the route, the trek offers amazing close-up views of Mt. Ganesh Himal, Mt. Langtang, BouddhaHimal, Hiunchuli, and other High Himalaya Peaks. the very best altitude on our trek is that the Pangsang passes at 3850 meters and it’s one of the best viewpoints on a tour trip. This trek may be a homestay trek, meaning we’ll get a chance to interact with local people. Homestays also allow guests to get villages, ethnic groups, distinct cultures, Local languages, and lifestyles. Our homestay and trek also will help with the economic process of the world.

These treks also comparatively less costly, making it a cheaper option for several trekkers. Ruby Valley trek map always demands a spirit of adventure, following narrow winding trails to summit passes and therefore the Himalayas. For the more adventurous there also are passes, lakes, High Himalaya passes, and peak climbing.

The area is definitely accessed by the Prithivi Highway also as Pasang Lhamu highway along the southern fringes, connecting Kathmandu and Pokhara. Another adventurous option is to hike in from the Tamang Heritage Trail of Rasuwa and follow the Ruby Trek.

Best time for Ganesh Himal Ruby valley trek

The best time of the months for ruby valley trekking is in the Autumn and spring season Mar, Apri, May, June, Sep, Oct, Nov are the best time. During the winter, you’ll trek Ruby Valley also but be prepared for colder weather and trekking trails crammed with snow.

The Ruby valley treks main attraction is found Ruby, Crystal, Copper, the resource of Mines, Mt Ganesh Himal 7422m, Beautiful Akhu River, Natural Hotspring, Kalo & Seto Daha (Black & White Pond) High pass of Pangsang 3850m & Singla 4050m and culture show os Gurung community by Chalish village and historical temples & Monasteries.

The trail offers sorts of beautiful scenery of the Himalayas including Annapurna, Langtang, Ganesh Himal, and Manaslu. We will also pass by  Buddhist monasteries and Hindu temples, waterfalls, ponds, and forests. We can also find the rare flora and fauna like rhododendrons muntjac, Red pandas, ounce, bear, tiger, and pheasants in this region. the simplest time to go to this area is in March-May to ascertain the mountains and to ascertain the magnificent red Rhododendrons, Nepal’s national flower.

Along the trail, the trek offers splendid close views of Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Bouddha Himal, Hiunchuli, and other peaks of the central Himalayas with the very best altitude trail of this trek being the Pangsang pass at 3850m.
Rare flora and fauna like rhododendrons muntjac, Red pandas, ounce, bear, tiger, and pheasant also are found during this region.


Ruby Valley Accommodation and Permits

The Ruby Valley may be a true gem of a trek in additional ways than one. Therefore,  Some terrific views combine with authentic mountain hospitality to make one among the simplest low-altitude treks in Nepal. Add some intriguing history to a few deserted gem mines and it’s time to go. Furthermore,  Ruby valley regions offer lush greenery, stunning views of the Himalayan ranges. The trek within the valley is that the nearest one from Kathmandu and is along with Ganesh Himal. Get the best views of a variety of well-known peaks like Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, and Manaslu.

Ruby Valley has a community of  Gurung, Ghale, and Kami people.  Within the north, whereas Brahmin, Chhetri, Newar. If we go to the south there is Chepang offering various cultures of various ethnic groups. The trekkers will get a chance to enjoy the views of scared ponds, rivers, hot springs like Ganga Jamuna, twin cascades, Kalo, Seto and Ganesh Kunda, Tripurasundari.


Packing list for Ganesh Himal Trek

The Ganesh Himal trek is 8 days long trek and it is a moderate grade of trekking. Be wise when you pack for the trek, The main thing to remember is you need enough warm clothing for this trek. The total luggage you can make is 15  kg for our porter per person. Porter carries 30 kg total. You can use our duffle bag if you don’t have or if you have more luggage you can store it in a Kathmandu hotel. You also need a small day pack to carry your daily usage items such as water, camera, sun lotions, and extra layers.

  • Trekking or hiking boots with good ankle support and a nice sole.
  • Rucksack or duffle bag for a porter
  • Good sleeping bag with -20 degree celsius and sleeping bag liner
  • Base layers of light, wicking material (Long & Short sleeve)
  • Mid layer shirt or light fleece
  • Mountain fleece/light Primaloft or down jacket
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers (lightweight)
  • Shorts 2 pair for the lower part of the trek
  • Trekking Socks Wool socks (bring a few pairs of varying thickness)
  • Three-quarter length or full-length trekking trousers (mid-weight)
  • The thermal inner  base layer
  • Warm gloves and hat
  • Good quality sunglasses
  • Sunblock and lip salve
  • Sunhat, and woolen cap for the night
  • Trekking poles/sticks
  • 2 Drinking-Water Bottle (1 liter) – the bottle will be filled each day
  • Water purification tablets/iodine
  • Small first aid kit e.g. plasters, paracetamol, antiseptic wipes, etc
  • extra clothes and trainers after, this is helpful while you make an evening walk from the lodge.
  • Flashlight, with spare batteries
  • Besides, it’s useful to have a pair of training/approaches or other comfortable shoes for walking around the city.

Some additional items

  • Crampons if you are trekking in the winter
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Face/Body Wipes
  • Small Locks
  • Portable Charger
  • Biodegradable bar soap
  •   Face/body wipes
  •   Biodegradable washing liquid
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, floss, etc.)
  • Extra passport photos and photocopies of your passport

Ganesh Himal Base Camp

Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek Nepal Named after the Hindu elephant God – Ganesh. The trek is in the  Midwest-Central Himalayan range of the country, to the west of the Langtang Valley. These ranges make the border by the Budhi Gandaki River to the west and extensive forest to the south of Dhading district. This trek also offers an opportunity for trekkers to walk around the calm and less beaten areas. Furthermore, the region is relatively unexplored with stunning views of fascinating surrounding peaks.

Ganesh Himal Base Camp trek presents trekkers with the plethora of flora that abounds in Nepal. Springtime brings in a burst of vibrant colors and the sweet fragrance of berberis, primula, orchids, Jasmine, and varieties of ferns in the Ganesh Himal Base Camp region. Another interesting feature of this trek is the presence of the precious stone crystals in the Ganesh Himal region. Get the spectacular view of Mount Ganesh I, II, III, and IV peaks, glaciers, gorges, hot natural spas, and quaint Tamang villages.

Best season for Ganesh Himal Trek

The trekking to Ganesh Himal is mostly in the remote and village area of Nepal. We will enjoy the village life with the local people smiling faces and nature and wilderness during this base camp trek.

The best season for the Ganesh Himal trek is in Autumn and Spring. Autumn has a mild temperature and the weather is very clear. We can also enjoy some of the biggest festivals at this time like Dashain and Tihar.  The second best season is spring, As Ganesh Himal has lots of flora and fauna so you will enjoy the different flowers along the way.  As well as, the greenery and blooming of flower season make the best adventure. March to May is the best time for this trek.

Singla Pass

This pass is a part of the Ganesh Himal region which is 4045M pass the range of Pangsang la pass. This pass offers an extraordinary panorama of Himalayan views of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and the Langtang range. Singla La Pass is located at an altitude of 4200 meters above sea level. It gives an extraordinary panoramic view of the Himalayan snowcapped peaks. There are three groups of peaks between Kathmandu and Pokhara namely, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, and the Manaslu region, also including the Annapurna Range.

Ganesh Himal Singla Pass Trek is for those people who would like to make a different experience rather than taking the more popular ones. The magnificent natural beauty, the quaint mountaintop villages. Their welcoming hospitality of the Highlanders is the obvious reason to trek this region.


Ganesh Himal Trek - Trip Info

Duration: 08 Days from Arrival to Departure

Max. Altitude: Pangsang) Pass (La) 3842m/ 12640Ft


Trek Grade: Moderate


Detailed Itinerary of Ganesh Himal Trek

Today we drive early morning to Syabru Besi by Local bus or you have a choice to a private four-wheel-drive also whit an extra cost.  the journey from Kathmandu reaches Shyabru Besi, the gateway to the Langtang Valley at the confluence of the Bhote Kosi and Langtang Rivers. Mesmerizing scenic driving and passing through Trisuli Bazaar, Ramche Gaon, and Dhunche Bazaar make you full of fun driving. Narrow and a bit adventurous zig zags road but amazing landscape along the way driving will make you a good start day drive of the trek.

A dirt track zig-zags to the west up to Bahun Danda Pass and then down to the Tamang settlement, a cornerstone village on the Tamang Heritage Trail, or hike to Gatlang by way of Chawatar. Gatlang is a small settlement of Tamang people with unique customs and craftsmanship in a magnificent setting.  There above lies Parvati Kund above the GAtlang village. The Kunda is popular during Janai Purnima when thousands of pilgrims are attracted to the sacred pond and nearby temple.

Today we will first trek to Yuri Kharka which is our lunch stop. The trail ascends through pine and rhododendron forest till Khurphu Bhanjyang. Furthermore, we then dropping down to the Somdang River, the border between Rasuwaa and Dhading districts.

A sprawling mining compound, no longer functioning but seem locals appealing government to revive it, lies a few hours to the north upriver. We will walk in a scenic valley with a view of Chukarma Waterfall. The former mine leaves a lot to be explored and is the site of a 1.4 km tunnel bored into the mountain to extract zinc, copper, tin, crystal, and even highly-prized rubies.
A dirt track zig-zags to the west up to Bahun Danda Pass and then down to the Tamang settlement of Gatlang, a cornerstone village on the Tamang Heritage Trail, or hike to Gatlang by way of Chawatar. Gatlang is a small settlement of Tamang people with unique customs and craftsmanship in a magnificent setting. There above lies Parvati Kund above the Gatlang village. The Kunda is popular during Janai Purnima when thousands of pilgrims are attracted to the sacred pond and nearby temple.

During our trek, today from Pansang Kharka we get the best view of Somdang village with a broad panorama of the surrounding terrain. To the north are the soaring peaks of Manaslu and the Ganesh Himal Range. This is the best location for camping if you are in the tented trek, and taking in the breathtaking scenery. The region of Ganesh Himal has abundant herbal plants. Previously, herbs were taken to Tibet along an ancient trade route and exchanged for salt, livestock, wool, and turquoise. This hill/danda/pass is known as one of the most beautiful and the best magnificent mountain views point almost in 270 degrees Langtang range, Ganesh Himal ranges, Manaslu ranges, and a bit of Annapurna range mountain viewpoint. So far tea house has not developed yet so highly recommended to have own tent however local yak hut can be used as a service shelter can be used for a night but again dry fruits/food is recommended for a night.

When we are descending to the Tipling village you can see two Buddhist Gumba and also Church also both a Protestant and Catholic church. Along a ridge top to the east is a Gomba and cremation ground for both Buddhists and Christians lined with colorful flags. Being a majority of Tamang people it has a beautiful Tamang culture show. From here are heading to Serthung village by climbing downhill and ascend to the sister villages of Shertung and Chalish. This village overlooking the fertile river valley and abundant fields. Shertung is inhabited mainly by Tamang. The name Shertung means ‘place of gold’. According to a legend, two brothers in search of gold were led here by a dream and thus the settlement was born. Tamang people have their own rich culture to show for the visitors jhankri or shaman dance, ghode or horse dance, said to have been brought from Tibetan culture long ago. Jhankri (shaman) is actively following in this territory with the worship of natural forces and indigenous. The local deities interwoven with Hindu and Buddhist practices. Holy Chyamra danda, Fyanchyat monastery, and Sajyat are the main holy attraction of the village. Spectacular mountain view of Lapsang Karpo, Ganesh Himal (Yangri) as well as Ganesh II and III can be seen from this village.

Today after our short trek to Manidadan brings you the breath taking Ganesh Himal ranges mountain views and a stone through entire Chalish village views on the back. from here we are trekking to Deul danda, Gobre village.  Chhap danda and Bandari Bhir where rock climbing possibility has been seen. So any rock climber who is willing to climb highly recommended but basic infrastructure has not developed yet. first, we arrive Borang village mostly the Tamang people are living here. Continues to Ukhum for lunch. From here we will work through the forest and cross the suspension bridge, passing through Chhapchyat village you finally get to Jharlang village (Ungul). One of the best and panoramic mountain views of the area. This is Tamang village and belongs to nearly 200 houses.

As usual, we start our trek after breakfast, Today we are mostly walking downhill till Jharlang Phedi. We are passing by paddy terraces and surrounding landscapes. Passing through suspension bridges, breathtaking views of Ankhu Khola, and Chyamchyat as well as Ri village another side of the river finally reaches Darkha gaon. There are mixed community lives here, The Brahmin people and Tamang as well as a blacksmith.

After breakfast today We are driving to  Dhanding  Besi a district headquarter. We take a  sharing a local Jeep with other people and arrive in Dhading Besi after 3-4 hours of rough and tough zig –zags road drive. We will cross the Ankhu Khola and other small villages of Kintang Phedi, Katunje village, and Jyamrung village will make your stunning scenic driving having fabulous landscape surroundings. From Dhading change another bus and drive back to Kathmandu taking 3 hours driving.

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Cost Includes

  • Trekking guide who certified and licensed from Government and got training on high altitude sickness, first aid.
  • Local trekking porter for the trek, 1 porter for 2 trekkers basis.
  • Trekking staff, food, accommodation, salary, equipment, insurance, clothing.
  • Local Tea house also called guest house/ lodges twin sharing during your journey.
  • Your daily meal   (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). you can choose your meals from the menu, there are different types of food available.
  • Langtang National park Trekking Permit.
  • TIMS  Card for the Langtang Trekking.
  • Group medical supplies (Guide will carry basic medicines).
  • Above the Himalaya Gifts (T-shirt for Gents &  Pashmina shawl for Ladies, Trekking certificates)
  • Kathmandu to Trek start point transfer by Local bus ( private land cruiser are also available by adding separate cost)
  • Trek finish point to Kathmandu transport by Bus. ( private land cruiser are also available by adding separate cost)
  • Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers
  • Above the Himalaya Gifts and Trekking certificate after finish your trek.
  • Government taxes and service charges.

Cost Excludes

  • Any services in Kathmandu
  • Nepal entry visa fee you can get upon arrival at the Airport.
  • International Airfare.
  • Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, hot water.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages and bar bills, camera battery charging.
  • Travel Insurance  should include both rescue and medical asistance.
  • Personal trekking gears
  • Tips for tour/ trekking staffs
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on the Price Includes section.
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