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Upper Mustang Trek
Mustang trek (Damodar Kunda) we take a morning flight from Pokhara to Jomsom. The district headquarters of Mustang. The sound of jingling horse and pony bells as the Mustangi people pass by with their loads becomes an omnipresent aspect of the trek from now on. We trek up the windy Kali Gandaki valley to Kagbeni. The wide trail along a sandy, saligram-filled riverbed provides views of the surrounding peaks of Dhaulagiri, Tukuche, and Nilgiri, and to the south the entire Annapurna Massif. Kagbeni, spectacularly situated atop a cliff overlooking the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and the Jhong Khola rivers, is the last village in Lower Mustang and guards the entrance into Upper Mustang, visible across the Kali Gandaki riverbed. It is an oasis of patchwork fields in the midst of rocky, arid mountains. This ancient and partially ruined citadel town provides us with a taste of scenes to come in upper Mustang, with its narrow alleyways and tunnels, irrigation canals, green fields of wheat and barley, and its imposing and newly-restored brick-colored gompa. Here we go through the police check, after completing our paperwork we enter Upper Mustang, the long-forbidden region of Nepal. Lo Monthang, aptly named the ” Plain of Aspiration.
Tiji is the main Festival in Mustang. It comes every year in May. The festival is fixed by the main Lama from the Tibetan calendar. It goes up to three days. Tiji Festival – Lo Manthang presents a concise overview of the land and people of Lo, the history of Tiji and its significance, as well as the main events of the festival and the role of the community in it. The booklet is designed in a colorful and eye-catching manner. It contains a number of highly engaging photographs of the festival and the region itself, including the unfurling of a distinctive Thangka depicting Padmasambhava. The booklet was written by Tsewang Bista and Dr. Kesang D B Bista from the Lo Gyalpo Jigme Foundation, and is dedicated to His Eminence, the late Chogye Trichen Rinpoche (1919-2007), Head of the Tsharpa branch of the Sakyapa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
Dhaulagiri Trek (Pokhara to Dhaulagiri Circuit -Jomsom-Pokhara 12 to 15 days)
Dhaulagiri trek is one of the most adventurous treks in Nepal. This trek has high altitude pass like -the French pass(5365m), Thapa pass(5244m), and Dhampus pass(4915m). Trekking around Dhaulagiri is an exceptional trek that passes through staggering alpine terrain. Until recently few trekkers ever attempted it but now foreign trekking companies advertise it alongside standard treks. It isn’t standard, being tough and demanding, and has shocked many trekkers who expected something similar to the Annapurna Circuit or the Everest trek. It is better labeled as an extreme route; extreme, because you need a rope and should also take ice axe and crampons. Going without a guide It is very difficult with its extended high altitude nature it should only be attempted when snow-free, from late September to December or perhaps May and early June. This means don’t go during March or April, these times can be particularly unpredictable and dangerous. This trek begins at the lowlands of Baglung inhabited by the Brahmins and Chhetries. In the trek, come across the Gurung and Magar Tribes. Beginning from Sal and Pristine Pine forest, the trail foes to barren lands from where we embark on-mountain experience with the exquisite Dhaulagiri in front of us. We cross the French Pass and then the Dhampus Pass which offers a breath-taking view of the Dhaulagiri Range, the Annapurna Range, Nilgiri, and a look at the deepest gorge in the world, the Kaligandaki gorge. the trek finish at Marpha then after it takes 3 days way to Ghorepani/Poonhill to come back in Pokhara.
Manaslu Trek (15 to 18 Days)
The main journey here is around the Manaslu trek reaching north of the Himalayas and circling the great Manaslu-Himalchuli-Baudha massif. Since Manaslu is a special area for trekkers and was only officially opened from 1991 onwards for trekking, it needs special permits. Three-week complete treks will give you an exciting, adventurous, and once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Pristine mountain views, rich culture, and genuine adventure sum up the trek experience around the 8156m Manaslu. Beginning in Gorkha, home of the celebrated Gorkha soldiers, visit the ancient palace of King Prithivi Narayan Shah. Soon after civilization fades and we pass through ancient villages, observing the simple agricultural habits of its people. Then we ascend the Gandaki River valley, fed by innumerable rivers and waterfalls, offering the chance of a plunge into some bathing pools. From here, the strenuous section begins and yaks begin to outnumber people in the rocky landscape. In Samagoan (3450m) we visit the glacial green lake of Birendra, before crossing into mystic Samdo, a mere 15km from the Tibetan border. Here Tibetan monks inhabit sacred monasteries and combined with the views of Tibetan plateau against stark white Himalayas make this is a truly spiritual place. Continuing, more monasteries await in Larkya Bazaar, along with the biggest challenge – crossing Larkya La (pass.) This 5213m snow-covered pass demands the utmost respect. Snow-covered peaks over 6500m tower above as we cross. The descent, once off the snow takes us through alpine then tropical areas, bursting with ferns, bamboo, pine trees, waterfalls and aqua-blue green lakes laced with cotton-white beaches. Finally, Manaslu will disappear as we descend to Beshishar (832m.) This 3 week excursion will leave you with a sense of peace and respect for the people of Nepal and its ecological wonders.This trek is now an alternative to the Annapurna circuit trek due to road access in Annapurna
Everest Trek ( 14 to 20 days)
Mt. Everest, at 29,028 ft is the highest mountain peak of the world. Also, known by the third pole, Everest soars as Sagarmatha high above the sky and the clouds.This region also includes Lhotse (27,923 ft), Cho Oyu (26,750 ft) and Amadablam (22,491 ft).
Everybody knows of Mt Everest and that’s the simple reason. The trek has a number of stunning attractions, but it also has some distinct drawbacks which might well deter potential trekkers were it not for the undeniable plus point of being able to say you’ve been to the base of the highest mountain in the world. The attractions include spectacular scenery and the outgoing Sherpa people of the Solu Khumbu, the region where Mt. Everest and its attendant lesser peaks are located. The drawbacks include the long, hard slog to get there and the acclimatization problems caused by the region’s considerable altitude. It’s not until you get right into the Solu Khumbu region that the Everest trek really gets interesting. The first part of the trek is not only a hard slog, but is also pretty sparse in the breathtaking views department. The hard slog comes about because the trek doesn’t follow valleys-like the Annapurna treks-instead the Everest trek cuts across the valleys. So for day after day it’s a tiring the other. The Everest trek starts in the Nepali speaking Hindu lowlands and ends in the Tibetan-Buddhist highlands where the Sherpas are renowned for their enterprise, hard work, civic responsibility and devotion to the practice of Buddhism.
Gurja/Churan Himal – Dhorpatan Trek (12 to 15 days)
Gurja Himal/Churen Himal, a part of Jaljala area lies in the west of Dhaulagiri range. The trek to the base of Churen Himal offers an opportunity to experience undisturbed and tranquil nature full of wild valleys, fast glacial streams, beautiful forest with wild animals as well as the beautiful Magar villages This treks situated north west from Beni and this is completely apart from the beaten paths, this trekking is for the person who loves the beauty of nature and the wild valleys of course spectacular view of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Gurja Himal and Churen Himal. This trek will take you out of the beaten track inside a region where very few foreigners are traveling. This area is a western Dhaulagiri range. Our route crosses very nice Magar villages, especially Gurja Gaon is very good majority of mager people.We can do Dhorpatan area trek from this way.
Drive from Pokhara to Beni we will lead you to the foot of Churen Himal. Walk across Myagdi khola in Darbang and we flow the trail Dolpo on till Gurjaghat than you torn to the north Rupala via Gurja Gaon, Khibang, Pakhapani to Beni and from Beni drive back to Pokhara or Kathmandu.