Ganesh Himal Trek
Ganesh Himal Trekking district lies in the focal eastern region of Nepal still fortunate to stay immaculate in the current world. Ganesh Himal trekking implies trekking in an entire distinctive piece of the world. Connecting with neighborhood individuals, pristine nature, generally social and customs boundary, huge Mountain View gives us enough sentiments of immaculateness. Getting to the tallness of 4100m passing, leaving the mists under you, and welcoming the enormous mountains of more than 8000m, would not that be astounding? Ganesh Himal trekking district has enough blend of all the need for experience nature darlings.
The Ganesh Himal mountain is named after the elephant-headed Divine force of Favorable luck. The Ganesh Himal Range Pinnacles (Ganesh Himal I, Ganesh Himal II, Ganesh Himal III, Ganesh Himal IV) emerge like a gem that is the “Incomparable Himalayan Chain” shaping the horizon. This extraordinary Himalayan massif is contained between the valley of the Budi Gandaki in the west and Bhote Koshi in the east, progressing toward becoming Trishuli Stream in the lower segment.
The main look at Ganesh Himal trekking welcomes us when we traverse the slopes and abandon Kathmandu. Following 5 one-hour transport ride we touch base at the trekking beginning stage called Sole Bazaar (town) where we spend the primary night of our open-air experience of Ganesh Himal trekking right close-by the stream. Our Guide gives a short exercise of trekking on the main night, clarifying the elevation disorder and all the delightful spots from which you can see a phenomenal perspective of the mountains.
Watch the diverse methods for inhabitation, and interact with various individuals following different standing, beliefs and culture, and in this manner go through the thick backwoods and glades, crossing through a high pass (4100m), which offers a brilliant perspective of the massif Ganesh Himal (7406m) trek, Langtang (7300m), Annapurna (8091m), Fishtail (6990m), Manaslu (8163m), Lamjung (6800m) and numerous more are the everyday exercises of our holey Ganesh Himal trek.
|Cost for Ganesh Himal Trek
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|Cost for Person(USD)
|above 2 person
|If you are looking for only a service then we provide it for only ****. Services include a potter guide, all local transport by bus, all government permits, and insurance for Nepali.
Generally, the Ganesh Himal trek costs around ****. This cost includes all your ground transportation, Trekkers Information Management System(TIMS) permit, Accommodation in tea houses, and three times a day meals with fresh fruits in the evening. Likewise, this includes all the taxes and company service charges.
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|Location of Kathmandu office
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|Location of Pokhara Office
|Street No. Four Pokhara Lakeside
Note: According to Trekking Terms and Conditions, if the client cancels the booking of the trek then the refund policy is as given:
• After booking The Trek if an Individual Gets un-well and Cancels his/her trip Before 1 Day of the Scheduled Date, the Company will Charge 60% of the Trip amount as a Cancellation fund.
• After booking The Trek if an Individual Cancels his/her trip Before Arriving here in Nepal Due to any reason, the Company will Charge 20% of the Trip amount as a Cancellation fund. (Note: if an individual Postpones the trip No Cancellation change will be taken)
• After the trip is started and if an individual cancels the trip in between Due to any region (Medical, Personal, etc.) no refund will be offered. The full Trip cost will be charged by the company.
Ganesh Himal trek is a moderately difficult Off-the-Beaten-Path trek. Anyone with a good level of cardiovascular fitness can do this trek. A little previous trekking experience is enough for this trek. Even though the Ganesh Himal trek doesn’t involve extremely high altitudes compared to some other treks in Nepal, there are still significant elevations to consider. Trekkers may experience altitude-related challenges, and it’s important to acclimatize properly.
Accommodation during the Ganesh Himal trek primarily involves staying in teahouses or lodges along the trail. Unlike more popular trekking routes, the infrastructure along the Ganesh Himal trek is less developed, and the teahouses may be more basic.
Specific Language Guide for City Tour (70 $) Per Day.
English Guide for city Tour (50$) Per Day.
Trekking Specific Language Guide (50$) Per Day.
English Guide for Trekking (35$) Per Day.
Potter Guide for Trekking (25$) Per Day.
Potter/Support Staff for trekking (20$) Per Day
Above Mentioned Rates For Guides
-Gears and Equipment
-Ground Transportation Fee
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu.
On landing in Kathmandu Airport, our Hike on Trek team will get you there and drive to Hotel. Please ensure that we are with a show board at entry leave entryway in Airport. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Drive to Betrawoti(850m)
We will leave Kathmandu to reach Betrawoti Bazaar driving completely through Trishuli Bazaar, a shopping territory for nearby occupants. We will set our camp near to Sole Bazaar, on the shore of the Trishuli river. There you will get the opportunity to take enchant from astonishing perspectives of homesteads, terraced inclines, little towns, set beside a setting of the Ganesh Himal Range. Overnight remain in camp.
Day 03: Trek to Kispang (1600m, 5/6 hours)
On this day we will have a simple, delicate walk from side to favor farmland and villages to land at Kispang, a little network occupied by Tamang gatherings. We will today walk for around 5 hours. Overnight in Kispang.
Day 04: Trek to Thulo Chaur (2200m)
We will withdraw from Kispang to reach Thulo Chaur today. With a delicate ascension we will walk through a considerable measure of towns where you will watch the Tamang occupants rehearsing a since a long time ago settled lifestyle. We will see neighborhood cloisters, schools, and some alluring cascades by our way on this day. Overnight in Thulo Chaur.
Day 05: Trek to Gonga (2900m, 5/6 hours)
We will leave from Thulo Chaur rising consistently completely through a profound, fluctuated woods of rhododendron, pine, eagerly you may stamp a few wild lives as we walk. Deer, wild hog, Langur monkeys and so on among others. As we touch base in Gonga, we motivate an opportunity to catch out for some great vistas of the Ganesh Himal at the forefront of our thoughts and in addition camera. Overnight in camp.
Day 06: Trek to Rupchet (3635m, 4/5 hours)
We continue walking through the wide backwoods, picking up rise as we walk, appreciating dazzling perspectives of arrangement of tremendous Himalayas and the Tibetan pinnacle run. We will stroll for around 4 hours. Overnight in Rupchet.
Day 07: Trek to Kharka (2500m, 5/6 hours) through the Shing La Pass (4100m)
We will walk ahead from Rupchet. We have a lofty stroll up to Shing La Pass. We will have a strenuous walk however we will be compensated with astounding vistas of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Langtang, and different Himalayas. In the wake of passing the elevated condition on the pass, we trek down, steeply moving for around 4 hours to reach Kharka. Overnight in camp.
Day 08: Trek to Borang (1800m, 5/6 hours)
The walk today from Kharka is steeply down way completely through terraced cultivate and various pleasant towns. The last trekking spot for now is Borang which is another model Tamang people group where you will be invited and have the chance to get delight from various striking pinnacle vistas. Overnight in camp.
Day 09: Trek to Jharlang (1700m. 5/6 hours)
Walking around 6 hours today we will trek from Borang to reach Jharlang. We will climb passing the perfect terraced fields where the villagers cultivate. We get to the Tamang people group of Jharlang in the long periods of sunshine where we will put up camp. Overnight in Jharlang.
Day 10: Trek to Kintang Phedi (1200m. 6/7 hours)
To reach Kintang Phedi from Jharlang we will stroll for around 7 hours. You will today have a lofty drop completely through nearby network where you will discover grouped societies shared. You will get the chance to see some excellent landscape of setting with a stupendous pinnacle scenery shows up while in transit to Kintang Phedi. Overnight in camp.
Day 11: Trek to Khahare(1000m)
We will go behind the shores of the river for around 2 hours before starting our 4-hour climb completely through towns and a misty timberland way. Appreciate the smoothness and the quiet air as you get further on waving all of you along your way. Overnight in camp.
Day 12: Trek to Dhading Beshi (700m.) and drive to Kathmandu
We will today have a simple walk before we take up transport that will drive us to Kathmandu. Overnight in Kathmandu inn.
Day 13: free day ktm
Day 14: Fly back to your destination
Last exchange to Kathmandu airport to recover your trip to home. Our Hike on Trek team will plan to see you again since we compose a great deal of other pinnacle climbing alternatives, and in addition visits, undertakings, and sports exercises.
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Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Kathmandu touring and getting ready for trek
Day 03: Drive to Betrawoti(850m)
Day 04: Trek to Kispang (1600m, 5/6 hours)
Day 05: Trek to Thulo Chaur (2200m)
Day 06: Trek to Gonga (2900m, 5/6 hours)
Day 07: Trek to Rupchet (3635m, 4/5 hours)
Day 08: Trek to Kharka (2500m, 5/6 hours) through the Shing La Pass (4100m)
Day 09: Trek to Borang (1800m, 5/6 hours)
Day 10: Trek to Jharlang (1700m. 5/6 hours)
Day 11: Trek to Kintang Phedi (1200m. 6/7 hours)
Day 12: Trek to Khahare(1000m)
Day 13: Trek to Dhading Beshi (700m.) and drive to Kathmandu
Day 14: Fly back to your destination