Ganesh Himal Trekking

Trip Overview

This trekking zone lies on the focal eastern district of Nepal. This locale offers fabulous views, untouched
natural, splendor, wild and cordial tenants. Plan a stumble into this flawless piece of Eastern Nepal,
where wonderful valleys meet snow topped mountains grinning back at you. Stroll through amazing
knolls and untouched coniferous backwoods, where you get the chance to encounter the curious old
towns of the neighborhood ethnic individuals. Climb through woodlands loaded with pastel shades of
red, pink and white as you enter timberlands secured altogether of Nepal’s national blossom, the
Rhododendron.
The Ganesh Himal is named after the elephant-headed God of good fortune. The Ganesh Himal can
obviously be seen from Kathmandu Valley. The Ganesh Range Peak (Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III,
Ganesh IV) emerge like precious stone, that is the ‘Incomparable Himalayan Chain’ shaping the horizon.
This awesome Himalayan massif is contained between the valley of the Budhi Gandaki in the west and
Bhote Koshi in the east, which moves toward becoming Trishuli Khola in the lower area.
Ganesh Himal can be seen from the Kathmandu Valley and it remains in the middle of Manaslu
Himalayan range and Budhi Gandaki valley in the west. The trek begins from a lengthy drive from
Kathmandu to Syabrubesi which takes around seven to eight hours. On the following day, we begin our
trek to Gatlang. On the seventh day of our trek we achieve Ganesh Himal Base Camp where we will burn
through two evenings and investigate the valley. Returning over from a similar way will be a noteworthy
voyage for you for as long as you can remember time. Best season for Ganesh Himal trek is February to
May and August to December.
After breakfast, we remove a transport ride from the valley and up through the slopes. The principal
look at Ganesh Himal welcomes us, when we go traverse the slopes. Following5 hours transport rode we
land at the trek beginning stage. We will spend the main night of our open air enterprise right adjacent
residential area.
Amid whatever is left of our 12 days trip, we watch the distinctive lifestyles, culture and interact with
the rustic individuals in the little town, going through the thick forestations and glades. We cross
through high Sing La Pass and Pangsang La Pass which offers an incredible perspective of the massif
Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal and Annapurna. On the most recent day of the outing, we take a
transport ride back to Kathmandu.

Day 01: Kathmandu to Sole Bazaar.
Day 02: Sole Bazaar to Kispang
Day 03: Kispang to Gonga.
Day 04: Gonga to Rupchet.
Day 05: Rest day at Rupchet.
Day 06: Rupchet to Sing La to Larkap.
Day 07: Larkap to Pangsang La.

Day 08: Pangsang La to Somdang.
Day 09: Trek to Chauri Thala.
Day 10: Trek to Mailung.
Day 11: Mailung to Shanti Bazaar.
Day 12: Shanti Bazaar to Kathmandu.
Day 13: Rest day at Kathmandu.
Day 14: Transfer to International Airport for your final departure.

Over years’ experience of organizing adventure travel trips to clients from all over the globe. Since our establishment, we’ve been making Your Himalayan dreams a reality. Our love for the mountain, its culture trekking in Nepal, tours in Nepal, Peak climbing, rafting, Cycling Jungle Safari and the desire to share it with the world led to the establishment of our company.

 

  1. We have the best guides, porters, and crew, members

We employee some of the best guides in the industry with a wealth of outdoor and hiking experience. With our guides you do not just visit a place, you experience it, and they have the best knowledge of the trails, the local culture and most importantly enjoy sharing the experience with you.You should follow our guides from the beaten paths and you’ll discover the world that is not found in any guidebook. All our guides, porters, and crew members are professionally trained, insured, paid above industry wage standards.

 

  1. Our Commitment to responsible travel and sustainability

It was a commitment formed when the company was established and today, in the face of a multitude of threats to the environment, our commitment remains stronger than ever. Our objectives have always remained to develop unique, authentic and reliable tourism packages and activities, then link them to community livelihoods and the conservation of culture and nature. This not only provides with a sustainable source nbsp; of income but also serves as an incentive to conserve this unique ecological and cultural heritage.

Our consistent focus is to lessen our impact and reduce, reuse, and recycle--to leave the areas we visit in better condition than when we found them we know that our adventures will only be possible if we preserve the places we love. 

 

  1. Giving Back

Giving back is at the heart of our company. We have constructed school buildings, supported educational scholarships, provided safe drinking water, constructed sanitary toilets and addressed other health issues. We continue to carry out our projects under the School-Children Foundation.

 

 

  1. We make your Himalayan dreams come true

So whether you dream of scaling one of the mountain peaks, or hiking along some of the best trails in the Himalayas, rafting down rapids of snow-fed rivers, practicing yoga in some best mountains location or by just visiting some World Heritage Sites in Nepal, we make it all come true.

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We are a team of specialist and we use local specialist to plan your trip.

MFN, suggest you all to check up your health condition before start trekking because your health is more important than anything else. We also suggest you to keep your luggage as light as possible because we normally provide 1 helper for two trekkers to carry your bags and should have weight limitation of approximately 20-25 kg from two.

Here is a suggested list. Keep in mind, you can always add or subtract items depending on your personal needs. As time goes on and you increase your trips into the wilderness, you may discover you’re carrying too much or not enough.

Top tips for safe trekking in Nepal

It is safer to trek in a group and with an experienced guide and reputable agency.

Get fit. Choose a trek that suits your ability.

Build in time for acclimatization. Stay hydrated and looks out for symptoms of altitude sickness.

Take note of weather conditions and forecasts, and come prepared. See mountainforcast.com

Never leave any litter behind.

What to pack?

Layers of clothing, numerous pairs of socks, good-quality trekking boots.

Hand warmers, under-gloves and mittens.

Trekking poles.

Gaithers (against leeches and/or deep snow).

40-litre daypack (with rain cover).

Sleeping mat.

Head torch and spare batteries.

Sunglasses with UV protection, sun cream and hat.

Lip salve and blister care.                           

Wet wipes and tissues.

Pocket knife/multi-bladed tool.

Watch with altimeter/GPS.

Emergency blanket.

Snacks (nuts, energy bars).

Freezer bags.                   

Binoculars.

Be sure to inspect your kit before every trip and make sure the gear is clean and supplies are in good condition. Replace expired medications as needed and add items that would have been helpful on your previous trip. Be sure the kit is easily accessible and not buried deep in your bag. Also be sure to tell others you are traveling with where your first aid kit is.

   

MFN wishes you all the best!!!

  • Pickup and drop at Airport
  • Hotel stay in Kathmandu as per itinerary
  • Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during trekking period
  • Best available accommodations during the trek
  • A government license holder guide
  • Porter to carry your baggage
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, types of equipment, transportation and local tax for guides and porters
  • Ground Transportation Charge (Kathmandu-Syapribesi-Kathmandu by bus/Jeep as per itinerary)
  • TIMS card(Trekker’s information Management System)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Required Entry fees
  • Trekking Permits needed for Restricted Area Trekking
  • All government taxes and service charges
  • Farewell dinner prior to departure 
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee
  • International Airfare and Airport Departure Tax
  • Tips for trekking staffs
  • Drinks (hot/soft/cold) and liquors
  • Personal shopping and laundry, Personal trekking equipments, Gifts and souvenirs
  •  All items not listed in Cost included section

Notes: Costs are prone to change in itinerary. So costs will be recalculated if the trekking days get modified.

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