A unique camping experience in undiscovered Dolpo region.

Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek

The Lower Dolpo Trek can be challenging for inexperienced trekkers due to its high terrain. The breathtaking views of Dhaulagiri and Kanjirowa give the lower Dolpo circuit trek even more appeal.

The 18-day Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek takes place in the western region of Nepal. It is one of Nepal's untrodden and unknown trekking routes. We begin our lower Dolpo circuit trip in Juphal and return there at the conclusion after touring Shey Phoksundo National Park. The uncommon species of medicinal herbs are well-known in Shey Phoksundo National Park. Similar to this, some endangered animal species can also be found here, including the snow leopard, musk deer, blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, and Himalayan black bear.

Trekking in Nepal's remote Dolpo region offers experiences unavailable elsewhere in the nation. One of the most stunning treks in the Nepali highlands is the lower Dolpo Circuit trip. Every adventure seeker is drawn in by the semi-arid geography's lonely valleys, off-the-beaten-path routes, distant communities, rural mountain settlements, and a rich array of flora and animals.

The lower Dolpo circuit trek is one of the most demanding and challenging treks in Nepal. Because of this, participation in a lower Dolpo circuit walk requires prior trekking experience. However, the stunning scenery that can be observed along the paths makes it worthwhile. The Lower Dolpo Trek can be challenging for inexperienced trekkers due to its high terrain. The breathtaking views of Dhaulagiri and Kanjirowa give the lower Dolpo circuit trek even more appeal.

Throughout the journey, the Tibetan culture may be seen as you pass through distant towns and deserted valleys. In addition, the Dolpo region is one of the few locations worldwide where the pre-Buddhist Bon Po religion is still practiced. Additionally, you will get a chance to experience local customs, Nepali culture, and friendly hospitality. Lower Dolpo Circuit trek provides you insight into Buddhism culture and its significance.

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Trip Facts

duration Duration 19 days
trip-difficulty Trip Difficulty ? Difficult
trip-difficulty Highest Point 5310m
Average Group Size 4-10
trip-code Trip Code LDCTAH
trip-code Area Dolpo Region
trip-code Start Point Kathmandu
trip-start-point Trip End Point Kathmandu
trip-accomodation Accomodation As Mentioned
trip-meals Meals As Mentioned
transportation Transportation On Private Basis

Trip Highlights

  • Exploration of the Shey Phoksundo National Park and its wide array of rare flora and fauna along the circuit.
  • Enjoy the Phoksundo lake's hypnotic beauty.
  • Discover the stunning Numa-La and Baga-La Passes while also touring the Tarap Valley.
  • Views of the Tibetan peaks, Dhaulagiri, and Kanjirowa in all their glory.
  • Explore the Tibetan Buddhist and Bon Po culture.
  • Exploring Nepal's pristine, isolated, and uninhabited area.
  • Walking through the isolated valleys and rural villages.
  • Take inspiration from the Shey Phoksundo National Park's varied flora and fauna.

Trip Overview

The 18-day Lower Dolpo circuit trek begins with a gorgeous flight to Nepalgunj and Juphal and concludes with unending happiness and satisfaction from experiencing the pinnacle of mountain adventures. In the Nepalese Dolpo region, the ancient Bon and Tibetan influences are very strong. Trekkers can enjoy a variety of activities in the isolated and untamed Lower Dolpo region. The Dolpo region has a dry environment because it is surrounded by mountain chains, including the Dhaulagiri. The landscape of Lower Dolpo is remarkable since it differs from any other mountain region in Nepal.

Phoksundo Lake is the main draw of the lower Dolpo hike. At a height of 3611 meters, Phoksundo Lake is a magnificent freshwater alpine oligotrophic lake in the Dolpa district. The Shey Phoksundo National Park includes this area, where you can enjoy the wide variety of flora, animals, and wild ecosystems. The Lower Dolpo Trek is a life-changing experience and extremely different from other commercial trekking routes in Nepal, aside from its unrivaled natural beauty.

Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek Facts:

Trek Name

Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek

Trekking Area

Lower Dolpo

Province

Karnali Province

District

Dolpa

Trek Duration

19 Days

Trek Grade

Strenuous

Trek Starting Point 

Juphal

Trek Ending Point

Juphal

Best time to trek 

Spring and Autumn Season

Major attractions of the trek

Phoksundo Lake, Pristine Culture and remote villages

Trek accommodation

Teahouse and Camping

Highest point of the trek

Numa La Pass (5310m)

Required permits

  • Lower Dolpo Permit

  • Shey Phoksundo National Park permit

  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card.

 

Major Attractions of the Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek:

The trek through the lower Dolpo circuit is by far the most amazing in all of Nepal. You will undoubtedly fall in love with this location due to its culture, customs, and genuine local hospitality. This walk is among the most stunning in Nepal due to its stunning scenery, mountain backdrops, and the chilly Phoksundo lake. The major attractions of the lower Dolpo Circuit Trek are mentioned as follows:

Lower Dolpo

One of Nepal's most distinctive trekking locations is Lower Dolpo. It is made even more endearing by the people's distinctive BonPo religion and Tibetan influences on their traditions and cultures. In a similar vein, the welcoming warmth of the inhabitants makes this walk one you won't soon forget.

Lower Dolpo's main attractions are also the stunning mountain ranges of the Dhaulagiri and Kanjirowa, which can be seen from there. One of the most incredible untouched places on earth, Lower Dolpo uses no modern technology. The earliest human settlement may be seen in Nepal's rural villages.

Phoksundo Lake

One of the most beautiful lakes, Phoksundo Lake is an azure blue tint and is found in Nepal's Dolpo area. It is encircled by 20 Buddhist stupas and is 3,589 meters above sea level. This lake is 145 meters deep, yet no aquatic life has ever been observed there. 191 square miles of icy cold water gathered from the glaciers.

One of the most well-liked off-the-beaten-path trekking routes in Nepal, this little patch of heaven on earth is frequently regarded as the most beautiful area in the entire globe. Similar to this, the lake's discharge creates Nepal's tallest waterfall, 167 meters tall.

Numa La Pass:

The final pass you will cross on the challenging upper Dolpo nine passes trek is the Numa la pass. You'll spend the night at Danigar and then proceed across the pass. Similar to this, after crossing the pass, you will arrive at Numa la base camp and subsequently Tokyu. The Numa la pass is located 5,310 meters above sea level.

Baga La Pass

The elevation of Baga la Pass is 5,169 meters above sea level. Only from April to November is this pass usable for crossing. In other months of the year, it is practically impossible to traverse via this pass. After passing across the Baga la pass, you will arrive in Danigar. To cross the pass on time, you will spend the night at Baga la Phedi.

Shey Phoksundo National Park:

Shey Phoksundo National Park, which spans 3,555 square kilometers, is the largest trans-Himalayan national park in Nepal. Due to the uncommon and endangered plant and animal species that may be found here, this national park is well-known. Shey Phoksundo National Park is situated in Nepal's Dolpo and Mugu districts in the country's middle west.

The Shey Phoksundo National Park is renowned for its amazing mountain views and magnificent scenery. In addition, the remote hamlets, ancient monasteries, and challenging passes make it a must-see location. Some of the common endangered species of animals that may be found here include the snow leopard, musk deer, blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, Himalayan black bear, jackal, and others. Similar to these, the park has uncommon medicinal herbs including Panchaunle, Yarsagumba, Jatamasi, etc.

Best time to visit the lower Dolpo Circuit trek:

The months of September, October, and November are the ideal times to complete the Dolpo circuit hike. During these months, the glaciers are visible because of the bright skies, stunning scenery, and mild weather. However, while the days are warm, the morning and evenings are chilly. During these months of the year, there is also extremely little probability of snowfall.

March, April, and May are additional prime months for lower Dolpo circuit treks. The entire walk is lined with rhododendron flowers in bloom. The season is perfect for spotting both medicinal herbs and wildflowers. In certain months of the year, there is relatively little probability of rain. In the morning and late afternoon, it is cool. During these months, it is warm during the day.

During these months, camping in various locations is also a lovely experience. The greatest time to visit stunning valleys, luscious foliage, and some barren terrain at higher elevations is during the summer. During these months, the Baga-La Pass, the highest pass on this route, becomes simpler. Additionally, the likelihood of snowfall is lower in the summer, which seems to make it simple and feasible. Moreover, the most appropriate time to experience the glorious Lower Dolpo circuit trek is during the time of Autumn and Spring seasons.

Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek Difficulty:

Compared to other popular trekking routes in Nepal, the Lower Dolpo Circuit trek is unique and challenging. For those who are physically fit and have the willpower to finish the walk, it is easier and possible. Trekking in this region necessitates crossing passes higher than 5000 m, making it rather challenging and specialized in terms of the time of year and season you choose to trek. For novices with no prior trekking experience, it might be difficult due to the high elevation gain.

This trekking region is located at a height of above 4000 meters. As a result, having high altitude sickness is possible. The risk of severe altitude sickness, which could eventually lead to HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema) and HACE, can be reduced with the use of appropriate medical and other measures (High Altitude Cerebral Edema). As a result, it's crucial to drink enough water, eat a balanced meal, and, if altitude sickness persists, take the appropriate medications and undergo acclimatization.

The Lower Dolpo Circuit trip becomes challenging at the 5169 m-high Baga La Pass as well as Numa La Pass (5310m). However, it is not as difficult for those who are in good physical shape. Additionally, camping is required in some locations along the walk because there are no tea houses nearby.

One of the things you should keep in mind is the packing list. You should not carry excess baggage which can lead to excess strain on your body. Necessary amenities should only be carried. For the packing list suggestions, you can visit the Nepal trekking gear checklist.

How to get to the lower Dolpo circuit trek?

Trekking in Nepal's isolated Dolpo region offers adventures found nowhere else in the country. The lower Dolpo Circuit trek is one of the most beautiful treks in the Nepali highlands. The semi-arid geography's lonesome valleys, off-the-beaten-path routes, remote communities, rural mountain settlements, and a rich variety of flora and animals entice every adventurer.

Lower Dolpo Circuit Trek starts after sightseeing at the UNESCO World Heritage sites inside Kathmandu Valley. You can also use this day as the trek preparation day.  The Lower Dolpo Circuit trek starts from a flight to Nepalgunj and to Juphal. The trek commences from Juphal where you will be strolling the way through the Thuli River bank making your way to Dunai. The adventurous trek paves its way for you to Tarakot which is not such a hectic walk to overcome for the day. Continuing the journey, you will reach Khanigaon climbing and descending uphill and downhill.

The trek continues to Chhyujar where you will have to descend for some time and the remaining trails are nearly uphill. Moving forward and continuing your trek through the moderately paced hike, you will reach Ghyamghar and stay in tent accommodations. After leaving Ghyamghar, you will move forward towards Dho Tarap and explore and engage in the beautiful valley further the next day too. It will be an acclimatization day as well as an exploration day for you where you will be able to interact with the local people and stroll around the valley acclimatizing yourself.

The next day will be one of the challenging and difficult days as you will be passing through Numa la Pass situated at an elevation of 5,310m and accommodate yourself at the Numa la Phedi. Moving further, you will be crossing the next high pass which is the Baga la Pass situated at an elevation of 5,170m to reach Yak Kharka and on further trekking, to reach the beautiful Bon settlement village which is the Ringmo village. Ringmo village will provide you with the natural and authentic settlement of the local people. On the exploration day, you will explore the mesmerizing Phoksundo lake, gompas, and many more. After this, you will descend, reaching Chhepka, returning back to Juphal and completing the trek, and returning back to Kathmandu. This concludes the lower Dolpo circuit trek.

What to expect from the lower Dolpo circuit trek?

Lower Dolpo Circuit trek will amaze you in every way that it is possible. Ranging from the beautiful and unique human settlements to gorgeous landscapes to the beautiful Phoksundo lake, the Lower Dolpo Circuit trek is the one you shouldn’t miss in your life. Trekking in Nepal's isolated Dolpo region offers adventures found nowhere else in the country. The lower Dolpo Circuit trek is one of the most beautiful treks in the Nepali highlands.

The semi-arid geography's lonesome valleys, off-the-beaten-path roads, remote communities, rural mountain settlements, and a great variety of flora and fauna entice every adventurer. You may encounter Tibetan culture as you travel through far-off cities and lonely landscapes. The pre-Buddhist Bon Po religion is also still practiced in the Dolpo region, which makes it one of the few places on earth where it is still practiced. You will also have a chance to encounter regional traditions, culture, and warm hospitality. Moreover, the lower Dolpo circuit trek will provide you with a full range of beautiful and adventurous experiences that you wish to cherish for a lifetime.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01

Kathmandu Arrival

Your Arrival Time (?) Our office representative will meet and greet you at Kathmandu Airport and transfer you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

At. 06:00 PM: In the evening, our office representative will meet you for a coffee talk and will brief you on the details of your trek program.

duration 30 Minutes
ascent 1350m
trip-accomodation Nepali Ghar
trip-meals N/A
Day 02

Kathmandu Sightseeing and Trek Preparation.

At 09:00 AM: Have your breakfast and be ready for today's guided Kathmandu cultural sightseeing. You will be exploring some of the UNESCO-listed world heritage sites of Nepal, located within the Kathmandu valley. 

At. 09:30 AM: Visit Pashupatinath temple. 

At.11:30 AM: Visit the Boudhanath stupa, you can have your lunch around the Boudhanath, there are several local and continental restaurants and cafes within the Boudhanath square along with the stupa view from the rooftop.

At. 02:00 PM: Visit Swayambhunath Stupa.

At. 04:00 PM: At the end, visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, the famous local market area of the old Kathmandu.

At. 06:00 PM: You will be dropped back at your hotel. 

Besides sightseeing, you can do the required shopping for your trek if needed.

duration 6-8 Hours
trip-accomodation Nepali Ghar
trip-meals B
Day 03

Flight to Nepalgunj.

At 08:00 AM: This day, You will fly to Nepalgunj, one of the most well-known cities in the country which will take around  45–50 minutes. As soon as you get there, you'll check in to the hotel and have some leisure  time. You can either take a rest or also decide to visit Bardia National Park around this time. Overnight accommodation at a hotel.

duration 4-5 Hours
descent 150m
trip-accomodation Siddhartha
trip-meals B
Day 04

Fly to Jhuphal, Trek to Dunai.

At 08:00 AM: You will drive to Nepalgunj airport to catch a flight to Jhuphal following breakfast at the hotel. Astonishing views of the valleys and mountain ranges may be seen throughout the 25-minute trip to Jhuphal. 

When you get to Jhuphal, your trek will begin. The trek's opening day is a leisurely stroll and will take around 3-4 hours to reach Dunai. You will drop till you are on the Thuli Bheri river bank. You will travel through Suligad as you make your way along the Thuli Bheri river's bank to Dunai, where you will spend the night. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hours
ascent 2000m
trip-accomodation Local Lodge
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 05

Trek to Tarakot.

At 08:00 AM: Walking beside the Thuli Bheri river, you will commence your day. Today's trail is complementary on the bank of the Thuli Bheri river. You will cross the Thuli Bheri river a few times before reaching Tarakot for an overnight stay. The trail today is an easy walk that will take around 5 hours of walking. However, you will also have to ascend a small hill after crossing Tarakot village. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hours
ascent 2540m
trip-accomodation Local Lodge
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 06

Trek to Khani Gaon.

At 08:00 AM: After breakfast, you will start your day. The day starts with a small uphill walk then you will descend downhill to reach the bank of the Thuli Bheri river. Walking beside the Thuli Bheri river you will cross several bridges over the small rivers that mix with the Thuli Bhuri river. You will have to climb uphill and descend downhill a few times before finally reaching Khani Gaon for the overnight stay which will take around 5-6 hours of trek. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hours
ascent 2950m
trip-accomodation Camping Tent
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 07

Trek to Chhyujar.

At 08:00 AM: You will descend a few meters at the start of the day. The remainder of the trail is nearly uphill till it ends. However, there aren't many downhills and daytime easy treks. You'll reach Lain Odar after traveling on foot for around three hours. It is a wonderful area for tourists to stay for a bit and is located on the bank of the Thuli Bheri river. Before arriving in Chhyujar for the overnight stay, you will have to trek a number of uphill and downhill paths. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 6-7 Hours
ascent 3440m
trip-accomodation Camping Tent
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 08

Trek to Ghyamgar.

At 08:00 AM: You will begin your trek after breakfast. You will arrive in Ghyamgar for an overnight stay after a 6-7 hour moderately paced trek. At a height of 3,755 meters above sea level, Ghyamgar is located. The likelihood of finding a teahouse in this location is extremely slim. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hours
ascent 3755m
trip-accomodation Camping Tent
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 09

Trek to Dho Tarap.

At 08:00 AM: You may approach the Langa camp by walking along the Tarap Khola's bank. It is 3,870 meters above sea level where it is located. You will travel toward Dho Tarap for the nighttime stay after taking some time to recover. The entire route is inclined. Dho Tarap is a settlement in the lower Dolpo region that has seen commercial development. It is located at a height of  4100 meters above sea level. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hours
ascent 4100m
trip-accomodation Local Lodge
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 10

Exploration day at Dho Tarap.

At 08:00 AM: You will spend this day exploring the  Dho Tarap Valley which will remind you of the wildness and authenticity of the Tarap Valley, which is inhabited primarily by Tibetans who practice the Bon religion and its monasteries. You will also be treated to a breathtaking view of the mountains. Today is the day to gradually adjust to the higher altitude so that the next few days won't be frantic or challenging for you to hike. 

The Dho Tarap exploring day offers numerous possibilities to discover its many attractions and take in its hospitable residents' traditional Tibetan ways of life. Additionally, you can stop by the nearby Gompa to speak with the locals and observe their genuine way of life. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 2-3 Hours
trip-accomodation Local Lodge
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 11

Trek to Numa La Phedi.

At 08:00 AM: This is one of the toughest days of the trek. You will have to cross Numa La pass situated at an elevation of 5,238 meters above sea level. Passing by the Tokyu village you will reach the Numa La base camp. The trail goes uphill until you reach the top of Numa la pass. It is one of the high passes of the Dolpo region. The trek is tough but the view from the top is worth it. 

You will start your day's walk to the Numa La Phedi after spending the previous day at Dho Tarap village resting and exploring. You resume your journey after breakfast while taking in the scenery of the lush grassland on both sides of the river. Despite the short distance covered today, the speed of the hike slows due to the elevation gain. The routes from this settlement are a little difficult, thus it can take 3–4 hours to go to Numa La Phedi. The part of this trek is a little difficult and strenuous. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hours
trip-accomodation Camping Tent
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 12

Trek to Danigar

At 08:00 AM: This is one of the toughest days of the trek. You will have to cross Numa La pass situated at an elevation of 5,238 meters above sea level. The trail goes uphill until you reach the top of Numa la pass. It is one of the high passes of the Dolpo region. The trek is tough but the view from the top is worth it.

After spectating the magnificent view of the Numa la Pass and capturing the magnificent panorama in your eyes, you will continue the trek towards Danigar which is a downhill trail through the terraced fields and yak pastures leading to the beautiful village of Danigar which will take around 6-7 hours of trek.  Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

duration 5-6 Hour
ascent 4512 m.
trip-accomodation Camping Tent
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 13

Trek to Yak Kharka.

At 08:00 AM: You will need to cross a high pass again today in order to get to Yak kharka for the night. After the incline walk, the day begins. Uphill walking is required to get to the top of Baga la pass. You will begin descending after reaching the summit to arrive at Baga la Phedi, which is 5,170 meters in elevation. You'll follow the Maduwa Khola to Yak Kharka, where you'll spend the night which will take around 5-6 hours of trek. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

descent 3860 m.
trip-accomodation Tented Camp
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 14

Trek to Ringmo

At 08:00 AM:  The trek starts from Yak Kharka in the morning. You will have several opportunities to take in the breathtaking mountain landscape and the magnificence of nature while hiking the trail to Ringmo. Taking in such natural beauty will leave you with a memory that will last a lifetime and make you feel exhausted.

You will also get stunning views of the soaring cliff as you go along the trail. You will see a wide range of little plants, shrubs, and other vegetation. You will eventually reach Ringmo after walking continuously for nearly 3 hours through the dense pine, juniper, and cypress forest. This tiny community is a well-known Bon habitation in the area. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

descent 3641 m.
trip-accomodation Tented Camp
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 15

Rest Day at Ringmo

At 08:00 AM: At the Ringmo village, this day will also serve as an excursion and acclimatization day. You will spend today touring the adjacent Buddhist monastery in Ringmo village. You can engage in enthused conversation with the people and see their way of life. The next thing you must do on your exploration day is to allow yourself time to stroll around the captivating Shey-Phoksundo lake and explore its warm atmosphere. 

If you want to be even more in awe of the Shey-Phoksundo lake's magnificence, you can climb to the lake's overlook. You can also go to the holy Gompa, which is tucked away on the top ridge above the Phoksundo lake and will help you become more spiritual. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

trip-accomodation Tented Camp
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 16

Trek to Chhepka

At. 08:00 AM: After leaving Ringmo village, you will start to descend. You will arrive in Sanduwa after a two-hour trek along the Phoksundo river. The settlement is a small one and is located 3,100 meters above sea level.

Due to the numerous ups and downs, the distance between Sanduwa and Rechi is not short. Nearly all of the path to Chhepka is downhill as it runs alongside the Phoksundo Khola. Before arriving at Chhepka for the overnight stay, you will also need to climb a few minor hills. It will take around 7-8 hours to reach Ringmo from Chhepka. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

descent 2678 m.
trip-accomodation Tented Camp
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 17

Trek to Juphal

At. 08:00 AM: You will arrive at the confluence of the Phoksundo Khola and Suli Gad rivers after an hour of walking. The location is called Shyagda, and there are a few teahouses and lodges there. Your journey to Suligad will take a couple of hours of downhill walking. Before arriving at Suligad, you will pass through some of the settlements, including Raktan and Kagni. The same path will be used to get to Juphal for the overnight stay from there. It takes around 5-6 hours to reach Juphal. Overnight accommodation at tented camps.

descent 2475 m.
trip-accomodation Tented Camp
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 18

Flight to Nepalgunj, Connecting Flight to Kathmandu

At. 08:00 AM: In the morning, you will take an early morning flight to Nepalgunj. You will again have a bird's eye view of the villages and the valleys. Upon reaching Nepalgunj, you will take another connecting flight to Kathmandu. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you will check in at the hotel and have some free time. You can do some preferred sightseeing and buy some souvenirs for happy memories. 

In the evening, we will meet and have a farewell Nepali dinner together. 

descent 1350 m.
trip-accomodation Hotel
trip-meals B,L,D
Day 19

Departure

Have a safe home return! You will have leisure time in Kathmandu after breakfast at your hotel. Our office representative will escort you to the Kathmandu airport 3 hours before on time to board your flight. It may take 30 minutes to reach the airport from the hotel. 

trip-meals B

Trip Guide

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Frequently Asked Questions

Services Includes

  • All arrival and departure at Kathmandu airport as mentioned.

  • Flight (Kathmandu/Nepalgunj/Juphal/Nepalgunj/Kathmandu) transfer as mentioned in the itinerary.

  • Private vehicle throughout the sightseeing in Kathmandu.

  • All (4 nights) hotel (3-star) accommodation in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj.

  • Camping or tea house accommodation during the trek. 

  • Daily breakfast throughout the trip.

  • Lunch and Dinner from trek start day to trek end day.

  • All necessary paperwork. (National Park Entry Permits and TIMS Card)

  • An English-speaking, experienced and government licensed trekking guide.

  • Required numbers of porters, kitchen staff and mules to carry camping equipment and arrangements. 

  • One local SIM card (returnable, if required) during your stay.

  • All government and local taxes.

  • Guide, kitchen staff and porter’s salary, food and accommodation.

  • Arrangement of emergency helicopter service which will be paid by your traveler’s insurance company.

  • Sleeping bag, duffle bags, and trekking route maps – if necessary.

  • Farewell Nepali cultural dinner on your last night in Kathmandu.

Services Excludes

  • Personal expenses.

  • Kathmandu sightseeing entrance fee. (Approx. USD 30 Per Person)

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj.

  • Nepal visa cost. (You will require 2 passport-size photos and 30 USD)

  • International flight ticket.

  • Travel health insurance. (Highly Recommended)

  • Tips for the guide, porter, kitchen staff and driver. (Not Compulsory but Recommended)

  • Sweet things like dessert/chocolate during the trek.

  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

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