Mardi Himal Trek

Posted by Hari on June 11th, 2017

Off the beaten track, this trek makes us locate the particular show of the Himalayas, reaching out from towns and rice fields of medium mountains to thick timberlands of rhododendrons. The scene from the point of view at 4150 m near the base camp of Mardi Himal amidst the high summits of the Annapurna massif is fundamentally extraordinary! From Kande we begin our 9-day trek to base camp of the Himal. At Landruk we leave the considerable way. We reach through thick bores of rhododendrons, the pinnacle that leads us to the foot of the high zeniths of the Annapurna massif. A moderate move from High Camp takes us to the point of view at 4150 m discovered almost the whole way to the base camp of the Himal at 4450 m. We are here in the heart of the high Nepalese mountains! On the last bit of the trek, We research the inside Nepalese mountains. We go from towns to towns and discover the rice fields and yards. To energize the get-togethers, we rest in the inhabitant, an exceptional difficulty to live basically! This is a trek that empowers you to locate the various scenes of the Himalayas with an unrestricted view all through the trek on the incredible zeniths of the Annapurna massif.


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport

Day 02: Kathmandu to Pokhara, 30 minutes flight or 6-7 hours by transport

Day 03: Drive to Kande and Trekking to Deurali (2232m)

Day 04: Deurali to Forest Camp (2600m) around 5 hours strolling

Day 05: Forest Camp to Low Camp (2990) around 4 hours strolling

Day 06: Low Camp to High Camp (3550m) around 5 hours strolling

Day 07: Hike up to Upper View Point (4,200m) and back to High Camp (3,590m)

Day 08: High Camp to Sidding (1700m) around 6 hours strolling

Day 09: Siding Village to Lumre and drive back to Pokhara 2.5 hours strolling and 1 hour drive

Day 10: Pokhara to Kathmandu, 30 minutes flight or 6-7 hours by transport

Day 11: Final Departure

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