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Although near to both Kathmandu and Pokhara, the Ganesh Himal Region has remained a well-kept secret to all but Nepal’s most avid trekkers. The unexplored area is concealed between the popular destinations of Langtang National Park and the Manaslu Conservation Area Project.
Wildflowers flourish, and waterfalls embellish the lush hill scenery in a land blessed with wide ranging geographical, cultural and biological diversity. Sensational viewpoints feature the sublime Himalaya to the north. Most prominent is the Ganesh Himal Range -- a family of peaks among the most attractive of the entire Himalaya. The Ganesh massif is named in honor of Hindu deity Ganesh, son of Shiva and Parvati. The Ganesh Himal area has some excellent viewpoints that offer magnificent views of peaks and valleys. Most rewarding are the magnificent Ganga Jamuna -- twin waterfalls -- Kalo, Seto and Ganesh kunda, hot spring and Tripurasundari temple and especially the hospitable people that inhabit the region.
The Ganesh Himal Region lies in Dhading, Gorkha, Rasuwa and Nuwakot districts. The area is populated mainly by Tamang Gurung and Ghale to the north, and Bramhin, Chhetri, Dalit, Newar and Chepang at the lower elevations in the south. Visitors are warmly welcomed by all with a friendliness that makes Nepal legendary.
International airport. And, then you will be transferred to your hotel. You check-in at your Hotel and then after short rest you can go to explore market area of Thamel – where you can eat your supper, change money, buy some stuffs from supermarket, or buy trekking gears – if you need to do. Later we take you to our office for the trip briefing. Overnight at your hotel. Delay of any kind will postpone the events for next day according to feasibility Overnight stay in Kathmandu
Enjoy your breakfast at the Hotel and get set for the long drive to start your dream trip. Drive is long for the day – yet enjoyable – in the mountain landscape with beautiful farming terraced field, river bed, brief view of the Himalayan peaks. We drive to Trishuli Bazar – a famous trade town in the trade route of India-Tibet in ancient period – and then after crossing the famous Trishiuli river bridge – you enter into rough and bumpy road to Satdobato, your night stay place. It is well established village with high school, and a health post and people of mixed culture live here. Overnight in the camp
Enjoy the morning breakfast prepared by our expert crew in your camp and start the first walking day with gradual uphill walk. You then walk steep to reach the small village of Kisping where you will stop for lunch. This small town has people of mixed culture as well with a Hindu temple across the river, and Buddhist Monastery. After Lunch, you continue uphill gradually – this word can be tricky to you since Guide’s flat or gradual can make you to feel up and up – to Bhalche village where we set up camp for your night stay. Today’s walk is an impressive one through farm terraces, dotted Tamang villages, and beautiful waterfall. Our campsite is beautiful spot with open and wide ground surrounded by Buddhist prayer flags and village view on the other side. Overnight in Camp
You are slowly gaining altitude, and today you climb quite a height. You walk to Thulo chour – beautiful open ground in the middle of the jungle with temporary hut of villagers who come here to collect bamboo to make basket – for lunch. You walk in the deep forest of pine and rhododendron crossing some small streams on your way to reach Bhalche. You can encounter some wild animals like Himalayan languor, and can see majestic view of the Langtang Mountains. Overnight in Camp
Today your overnight stay is at an elevation of 3660 m in Rupchet – the highest point to sleep during the trip and the Base Camp of Sing-La Pass (4,200 m/……..ft). You gain significant height during the day as well as you gain almost 800 m. After you enjoy your breakfast in your camp, start the day with walking uphill in the deep forest of pine and rhododendron. You can view the Himalayan peaks of Langtang and peaks from Tibet as well. It is short walk though tough due to altitude. You reach Rupchet for lunch where we camp for overnight as well. Late afternoon is free and easy day for you. You can rejoice with the great Himalayan charm of Tibetan range, and Gosaikunda range. Overnight in Camp .
To be blessed by the Sunrise view from the Sing-La top, you may decide to start the day in the early morning. It is about two hours steep up to the top from your camp. You can view the magnificent Himalayan peaks from Ganesh Himal range including Ganesh main also Ganesh I or Yangra Peak (7,422 m/ 24,350 ft), Ganesh II (7118 m/ 23,353 ft), Ganesh III (7,043 m/ 23,107 ft), and Ganesh IV or Pabil Peak (7,104 m/ 23.307 ft); Mansiri range where higher than 8000 m peak Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m/ 26,781 ft) – and eighth highest mountain peak of the world – is situated, Annapurna massif, Langtang range, and the peaks from Tibet. After you savor the scenic grandeur from this top, you climb down long way down – almost 2000 m descend – to the valley. Today is the hardest day of the trek as well as the height point you reach of entire trek. Overnight in tented Camp in Shertung Kharka
You approach now to the village life again after few days in the wilderness. With short walk of some 10-15 minutes from the Kharka – a word used to denote the camp for domestic animals such as buffalo, cow, sheep – you reach to terraced field with possible crops like maize, wheat, barley, potatoes growing depending upon season. You can view the Ganesh Himal range throughout the walk. It is primarily descending day. You reach to the village of Tamang people in Shertung for the night stay. Overnight in Cam .
With couple hours easy walk and descending you reach to Borang village – another village of Tamang people. You continue to the village of Jharlang through farming fields and crossing the bridges glancing the view of Ganesh Himal. It is an awe-inspiring walk in the mountainous terrains of Nepal Himalayas. You reach Jharlang to camp in the yard of Church – locals are adopting Christianity in recent years and resigning their ancient religion. Overnight in Camp
Your trek after breakfast continues in the up and down hill of the mid-hill mountain of Nepal. Enjoy great views of the mountains as you walk through friendly small villages – where local folks greet you warmly. You expose with farming in traditional way. Before you reach to the camp site, you come across with natural hot spring where you can take bath. Walk along the beautiful scenery of the river Netrawati and reach Kintang phedi – a small valley with mixed culture where the river Netrawati and Kintang river conjoin. We set up the camp near the riverside. Overnight in the tented camp
It is gradual down, smaller sections of uphill and mostly gentle flat for today to walk. It would be easy walk following the Netrawati river – the river originates from Ganesh Himal glacier. You walk through beautiful rice field and terrace. You reach Khaahre Baazar which is a shopping town for the local living in surrounding area, then walk easy way to Serabensi Jyamrung for overnight stay at the local house. Our company has a village development project here. We stay at the local house and get involved in the daily local lifestyle. Overnight in the house accommodation
Take a bus to Kathmandu from Tripura Sundari. The Ganesh Himal region and surrounding territory offers cultural and natural splendor and has religious significance, too, for pilgrims attracted to its sacred mountains and lakes. The area is filled with rare and exotic wildlife, wildflowers, herbal plants, yarsagumba, waterfalls, hills and peaks and hospitable people. While magnificent scenery graces every step, the residents of the beautiful landscape welcome visitors to their extraordinary land.
As per your flight schedule, you will be transferred to the international airport of Kathmandu three hours prior to the flight time and your tour ends here.
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his list outlines the required things to bring during the trekking tours. There are various selections and brands that you can choose as per your interest. All required trekking equipments can be bought or even hired easily at a reasonable price in Kathmandu.
Down sleeping bag (you can borrow with us if required).
Duffel or Rucksack bag (you can borrow with us if required).
Down Jacket (you can borrow with us if required).
Fleece liner (you can borrow with us if required).
Walking poles (Walking poles are optional but recommended, and you can borrow with us if required).
Water bottle with purification tablets.
Hand wash liquids.
Toiletry kit. Be sure to include toilet paper stored in a plastic bag, hand wipes, and liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap, etc.
Upper Body - Head / Ears / Eyes
Cap and ears covering hat.
Ear-muffs and neck warmer is another piece of gear for extra warmth (optional)
Hand gloves (One light pair and One warmer pair)
T-shirts – few.
Light and weight thermal tops and warm thermal top.
Light jacket and vest.
Wind and rain jacket.
Shirts and warm shirts.
Lower Body – Legs
Long and short hiking pants.
Lightweight and warm long underwear.
Rain and windproof trousers and warm trekking trousers.
Thin and thick socks.
Trekking boots, light shoes, and sandal.
Medicines and First Aid Kits
(Our guide will carry first aid kit bag during the trek. We still recommend you to bring your personal first aid kit as you feel it necessary).
Headache and fever medicine.
Ibuprofen for general aches and pains.
Immodium or Pepto Bismol capsules for upset stomach and diarrhea.
Diamox (commonly prescribed as Acetazolamide). Please discuss with us before starting to take this medicine.
Blister treatments such as moleskin, hand plants and-aids, some waterproof tape, anti-infection ointments, etc.
Passport and extra passport photos (2 copies).
Durable wallet/pouch for travel documents, money and passport.
Favorite snack foods and energy bars
Paperback books, cards, mp3 player. Avoid players with moving hardware as it may not function. Remember, keep these items lightweights
All garments should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks or large puncture resistant plastic bags.