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Makalu Base Camp Trek

Description
Makalu Base camp Trek is one of the most popular but still unexplored trekking destinations in the western region of Nepal.
Price 2399 USD
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  • Overview
  • Duration 20 Days Group Size Min 2 Pax Max 14
    Grade difficult Max Altitude 4'519
    Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
    Accommodation 3*** based hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast and home stay, tea house during the trip
    Meals breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea, coffee and seasonable fruits during the trip
    Transportation Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and Tumlingtar to Kathmandu by flight and airport pick up and necessary transport by land

    Makalu is the 5th highest mountain in the world and 3rd highest in Nepal. Makalu Base camp Trek is one of the most popular but still unexplored trekking destinations in the western region of Nepal. Makalu Base Camp offers an exceptional opportunity to explore high-altitude terrains, snow-clad landscapes, and ethnic Himalayan lifestyle.
    The journey begins with an hour-long domestic flight to Tumlingtar whereas the real trek starts from Chichila. The lower reaches of the trail are renowned for their lushness with verdant rhododendron forests whereas the upper reaches of the trail comprise of polished granite cliffs capped by hanging glaciers, overflowing with waterfalls. The 20-day Makalu Base Camp Trek is an ideal choice for avid trekkers and nature enthusiasts who seek solace and tranquillity in pristine natural habitat and those who wish to avoid crowds.

    Altitude, distance and trekking times are all approximate.

     
    Basic information on Trek:
     
    Geography: Mountain/ Countryside/ forest/village
    Level of Difficulty: Adventurous
    Duration of Trek: 17 Days
    Altitude: 4519m/ 1'49 1.27ft
    Religions: Hindu and Buddhism
    Ethnic People: Sherpa/Tamang/ Rai/Magar/ Kami etc.
    Accommodation: Lodge/ Tea house/ home stay & Tent
    Transportation: Private vehicle and Flight
     
    Daily trekking times will normally be between 5 and 6 hours unless stated
     

    Day One: 
    Arrival in Kathmandu:1,300m/4290ft
    Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, a representative from Malung Treks will pick you up from the airport and drive to hotel. You will then have a meeting with a co.’s manager and your guide for all the necessary formalities and preparation of the trek.


    Day Two: 
    Fly from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and drive to Num:1,505m/4,96,65ft
    Flight time: 35 min’s
    Drive time: 3 to 4 hrs

     

    Day Three:

    Num to Sheduwa:1,530m/504,9 :Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs
     

    Day Four:
    Seduwa to Tashigoan:2,065m/68 1,45 :Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs
     

    Day Five:

    Tashigoan to Khongma:3,562m/1,175,46ft: Trekking times: 5 to 6 hours
     

    Day Six:
    acclimatization day at Khongma Danda:3,562m/1,175,46ft


    Day Seven:

    KhongmaDanda to Dobate:3,650m/1,204,5ft:Trekking times 6 to 7 hrs


    Day Eight:
    Dobate to YangriKharka:3,557m/1,173,8 1ft:Trekking times: 5 to 6 hours
     

    Day Nine:
    YangriKharka to LangmaleKharka;4,410m/1,455,3ft: Trekking times: 4 to 5hrs.
     

    Day Ten:
    Langmale Kharka to Makalu Base Camp:4,870m/1,607,1ft: Trekking times: 6 to7 hrs
      

    Day  Eleven:

    Explore Makalu Base Camp:4,870m/1,607,1ft


    Day Twelve:
    Makalu Base Camp to YangriKharka:3,557m/1,173,8 1ft:Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs.

     

    Day Thirteen:
    YangriKharka to Dobate:3650m/1,204,5ft: Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs
     

    Day Fourteen:
    Dobate to KhongmaDanda:3562m/1,175,46ft: Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

    Day Fifteen:
    Khongma Danda to Tashigaon:2065m/681,45ft: Trekking times: 4 to 5 hrs.

     

    Day Sixteen:
    Tashigaon to Seduwa:1,530m/5,049ft: Trekking times: 4 to5 hrs
     

    Day Seventeen:
    Seduwa to Num:1,505m/4,966,5ft:Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.
    You are completing this trek by leaving Seduwa going through the woods heading for the Num. The switch back like a trail through dense forests and Sherpa villages as we move downwards that takes you to Num.
     

    Day Eighteen:
    Num to Tumlingtar:400m/1320ft: Driving time 4 to 5 hrs.
     

    Day Nineteen:
    Tumlingtar to Kathmandu:1300m/4,290ft: Flight time: 35 min’s

  • Detail Itinerary
    • Day One: Arrival in Kathmandu (1'300m/4'290ft

      Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, a representative from Malung Treks will pick you up from the airport and drive to hotel. You will then have a meeting with a co.’s manager and your guide for all the necessary formalities and preparation of the trek.

    • Day Two Fly from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and drive to Num: 1,505m/496,65ft

      After 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu we land at Tumlingtar and then a drive to Num to Gurung village. You will be taking a rest at num as we need to be prepared for the next day’s trek. Overnight at Num.

    • Day Three: Num to Seduwa (1'530m/504.9ft

      Trekking times: 5 to 6hrs

      Today you are heading down towards the barun river walking a steep trial through terraced fileds. You then cross it using suspension bridge before making to the check point where you will do the entry for the Makalu Barun National park. Now you will hike piercing through the forest all the way up to seduwa.

       

    • Day Four: Seduwa to Tashigoan (2'065m/6'814.5ft

      Trekking times: 4 to 5hrs

      Today’s walk leads to you to a Sherpa village of tashigoan. As you head upwards through the ridge in between the river namely Ipsuwa khola and rasuwa khola respectively to the west and east. The trial crosses pastures and several brooks and lastly hiking up to the destination with amazing bird eye fields of vision.

    • Day Five: Tashogoan to Khongma Danda (3'562m/1'175.46ft

      Trekking times: 5 to 6 hours

      As of today you got to walk on a nearly vertical trail in heading towards higher elevation. You will make that ascend right through the jungle to a rivulet which after that will lead you to the ridge. From here on the route gets even steeper, passing the grasslands and ascending a stone laid stairs to the top of the ridge after which a brief climb down will take you to Khongma Danda.


       

       

    • Day Six: acclimatization day at Khongma 3'562m/1'175.46ft.

      Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs

      the You take this day off for a rest or you can explore the nearby area as it can serve as acclimatization for upcoming day. 

    • Day Seven: Khongma Danda to Dobate (3'650m/ 1'204. 5ft

      Trekking times 6 to 7 hrs

      En route to the Shipton La pass, after a few hours of less steep climb, you come to a lake called KaloPokhari at an altitude of 3930m, walking through the Keke La at 4,170m.  You get to experience the marvelous views of Chamlang (7321m), Peak 6 (6,524m) and Peak 7 (6,758m). Having crossed the Keke La pass, you move down through the beautiful valley to Dobate.

    • Day Eight: Dobate to YangriKharka (3'557m/1'173.8 1ft

      Trekking times: 6 to 7 hours.

      Today the first part of the trek amidst the rhododendron forest leads you down to the watercourse and the trail is defined as steep and difficult due its sloppy mud and rocky at places. The other part is you take a slow and easy step in a gradual elevation until you reach at the Yangri Kharka. 

       

    • Day Nine: YangriKharka to LangmaleKharka (4'410m/1'455.3ft

      Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

      In the wake of a gentle hike to the canyon, you march through yak kharka (grazing field), lush green wood and rocky grounds. The valley walls tower to a great extent above us initially at the trek.  We go through Merek as you spring up and notice yourself gazing at the scenic Himalayan walls

    • Day Ten: Langmale Kharka to Makalu Base Camp: (4'870m/1'607. 1ft

      Trekking times: 6 to7 hrs

      Today you are trekking towards Makalu base camp. As you kick off from Langmele Kharka, crossing Shersong through the plain but icy glaciers in the lap of the Himalayan giants, you will then reach the Makalu Base camp while adoring the Mt. Makalu as you stomp the icy ground.

       

    • Day Eleven: Explore Makalu Base Camp 4'870m/1'607. 1ft

      Rugged desert land with a huge Barun Glacier on the other side, the Base Camp is all about. South of Makalu and an entire panoramic vision of Everest and Lhotse will greet us as we tread that barren land of Base Camp. You can take a short hike around and explore the region to honour the achievement that you made.

    • Day Twelve: Makalu Base Camp to YangriKharka (3'557m./1'173'8 1ft

      Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs.

      You now walk down from the base camp and taking the last impression of Makalu before turning the corner and find a way back. You cross over Shershong, LangmaleKharka and Merek while moving your way down. Now you make a descent to the lowland taking a break at Yangrikharka for a day.

    • Day Thirteen: YangriKharka to Dobate :3'650m/1'204.5ft

      Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs

      You trace back to Dobate through rock falls section, lush vegetations, valleys while following the Barun River along its bank. 

    • Day Fourteen: Dobate to Khongma Danda (3'562m/1'175. 46ft

      Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

      Today as you start the trek you will be greeted by a steep towards a place called Nambuk and you have to walk through a forest of firs and rhododendrons. You will then have to cross the Keke La, Tutu La (Shipton’s Pass) and Kauma La on the way before finally descending to Khongma Danda.

       

       

    • Day Fifteen: Khongma Danda to Tashigaon (2'065m/68 1.45ft

      Trekking times: 4 to 5 hrs.

      The hillside trails goes on to be a never ending steep descent trek which will make you walk in the middle of pines and firs that will definitely take you to the Sherpa village of Tashigaon.

       

    • Day Sixteen: Tashigaon to Seduwa 1'530m/5'04.9ft

      Trekking times: 6 to7 hrs

      While recalling the previous stomped steps you make the exit from Makalu Barun National Park and stumbling down to the Barun River. You then cross the hillside while walking past villages and settlements as you keep moving down additionally to a stoppage called Seduwa.

       

    • Day Seventeen: Seduwa to Num 1'505m/4'96.6 5ft

      Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

      You are completing this trek by leaving Seduwa going through the woods heading for the Num. The switch back like trail through dense forests and Sherpa villages as we move downwards that takes you to Num.

       

    • Day Eighteen: Num to Tumlingtar: 400m/1'320ft

      Trekking times 6 to 7 hrs.

      Again you relive the moments of walking from Chichila only this time of going back to it. As you complete the trek you can savour the glorious vista of Mount Makalu for the one last time. The ultimate walk you are to make will see you overnight at Tumlingtar. 

    • Day Ninteen: Tumlingtar to Kathmandu: 1'300m/4'290ft


      Flight time: 35 min’s

      Congartulations!! You have successfully completed one of the most thrilling treks our beautiful and peaceful Himalayan country has to offer.  
      Fly back to Kathmandu with an as early as possible flight.

    • Day Twenty:


      Congartulations!! You have successfully completed one of the most thrilling treks our beautiful and peaceful Himalayan country has to offer.  
      Fly back to Kathmandu with an as early as possible flight.

  • Trip Includes/Excludes
  •     Include

    Makalu entry Permit
    Makalu special permit
    TIMS Card
    Kathmandu to Tumlingtar flight ticket
    Tumlingtar to Chi Chila by land transport
    Tumlingtar to Kathmandu flight ticket
    Chi chila to Tumlingtar by land transport
    Fluent English speaking trekking guide
    1 Porters between 2 to carry your luggage
    porter will carry 15kg 7.5 kilo gram each and his own top of that
    Food, Breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee during the trekking part
    Accommodations during the trekking part
    Transport by land all private
    Insurance for trekking crews 
    Airports pick up and drop 
    Flight ticket for staff
    First aid kit for trekking crews
    Hotel 1 Night in Kathmandu 3*** standard

     

        Exlude

    Personal equipment for trekking gear
    Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
    Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
    Emergency rescue evacuation
    Personal expenses
    Gratuities (tips)
    Bar bills, mineral water on trek
    Hot shower/battery charge for camera during trek 
    Wifi and donation in monastery and temple, school etc. 

     

  • Departure Dates
  • No departure dates as of now
  • Tour Notes
  • Equipment List
  • Reviews
  • Write your review
  • Altitude, distance and trekking times are all approximate.
    Daily trekking times will normally be between 5 and 7 hours unless stated
    If you are interested to go Pokhara and paragliding, boating or cycling let us know. 

    Also, if you would like to see Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, go rafting or visit Chitwan National Park. Please, tell us your desires and we will do our best arrange it for you.

    Departure dates and itinerary arrangements can be custom-tailored to your needs, so please contact us with your inquiries regarding your tour departure date.

Overview

Duration 20 Days Group Size Min 2 Pax Max 14
Grade difficult Max Altitude 4'519
Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
Accommodation 3*** based hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast and home stay, tea house during the trip
Meals breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea, coffee and seasonable fruits during the trip
Transportation Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and Tumlingtar to Kathmandu by flight and airport pick up and necessary transport by land

Makalu is the 5th highest mountain in the world and 3rd highest in Nepal. Makalu Base camp Trek is one of the most popular but still unexplored trekking destinations in the western region of Nepal. Makalu Base Camp offers an exceptional opportunity to explore high-altitude terrains, snow-clad landscapes, and ethnic Himalayan lifestyle.
The journey begins with an hour-long domestic flight to Tumlingtar whereas the real trek starts from Chichila. The lower reaches of the trail are renowned for their lushness with verdant rhododendron forests whereas the upper reaches of the trail comprise of polished granite cliffs capped by hanging glaciers, overflowing with waterfalls. The 20-day Makalu Base Camp Trek is an ideal choice for avid trekkers and nature enthusiasts who seek solace and tranquillity in pristine natural habitat and those who wish to avoid crowds.

Altitude, distance and trekking times are all approximate.

 
Basic information on Trek:
 
Geography: Mountain/ Countryside/ forest/village
Level of Difficulty: Adventurous
Duration of Trek: 17 Days
Altitude: 4519m/ 1'49 1.27ft
Religions: Hindu and Buddhism
Ethnic People: Sherpa/Tamang/ Rai/Magar/ Kami etc.
Accommodation: Lodge/ Tea house/ home stay & Tent
Transportation: Private vehicle and Flight
 
Daily trekking times will normally be between 5 and 6 hours unless stated
 

Day One: 
Arrival in Kathmandu:1,300m/4290ft
Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, a representative from Malung Treks will pick you up from the airport and drive to hotel. You will then have a meeting with a co.’s manager and your guide for all the necessary formalities and preparation of the trek.


Day Two: 
Fly from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and drive to Num:1,505m/4,96,65ft
Flight time: 35 min’s
Drive time: 3 to 4 hrs

 

Day Three:

Num to Sheduwa:1,530m/504,9 :Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs
 

Day Four:
Seduwa to Tashigoan:2,065m/68 1,45 :Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs
 

Day Five:

Tashigoan to Khongma:3,562m/1,175,46ft: Trekking times: 5 to 6 hours
 

Day Six:
acclimatization day at Khongma Danda:3,562m/1,175,46ft


Day Seven:

KhongmaDanda to Dobate:3,650m/1,204,5ft:Trekking times 6 to 7 hrs


Day Eight:
Dobate to YangriKharka:3,557m/1,173,8 1ft:Trekking times: 5 to 6 hours
 

Day Nine:
YangriKharka to LangmaleKharka;4,410m/1,455,3ft: Trekking times: 4 to 5hrs.
 

Day Ten:
Langmale Kharka to Makalu Base Camp:4,870m/1,607,1ft: Trekking times: 6 to7 hrs
  

Day  Eleven:

Explore Makalu Base Camp:4,870m/1,607,1ft


Day Twelve:
Makalu Base Camp to YangriKharka:3,557m/1,173,8 1ft:Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs.

 

Day Thirteen:
YangriKharka to Dobate:3650m/1,204,5ft: Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs
 

Day Fourteen:
Dobate to KhongmaDanda:3562m/1,175,46ft: Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

Day Fifteen:
Khongma Danda to Tashigaon:2065m/681,45ft: Trekking times: 4 to 5 hrs.

 

Day Sixteen:
Tashigaon to Seduwa:1,530m/5,049ft: Trekking times: 4 to5 hrs
 

Day Seventeen:
Seduwa to Num:1,505m/4,966,5ft:Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.
You are completing this trek by leaving Seduwa going through the woods heading for the Num. The switch back like a trail through dense forests and Sherpa villages as we move downwards that takes you to Num.
 

Day Eighteen:
Num to Tumlingtar:400m/1320ft: Driving time 4 to 5 hrs.
 

Day Nineteen:
Tumlingtar to Kathmandu:1300m/4,290ft: Flight time: 35 min’s

Detail Itinerary

  • Day One: Arrival in Kathmandu (1'300m/4'290ft

    Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, a representative from Malung Treks will pick you up from the airport and drive to hotel. You will then have a meeting with a co.’s manager and your guide for all the necessary formalities and preparation of the trek.

  • Day Two Fly from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar and drive to Num: 1,505m/496,65ft

    After 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu we land at Tumlingtar and then a drive to Num to Gurung village. You will be taking a rest at num as we need to be prepared for the next day’s trek. Overnight at Num.

  • Day Three: Num to Seduwa (1'530m/504.9ft

    Trekking times: 5 to 6hrs

    Today you are heading down towards the barun river walking a steep trial through terraced fileds. You then cross it using suspension bridge before making to the check point where you will do the entry for the Makalu Barun National park. Now you will hike piercing through the forest all the way up to seduwa.

     

  • Day Four: Seduwa to Tashigoan (2'065m/6'814.5ft

    Trekking times: 4 to 5hrs

    Today’s walk leads to you to a Sherpa village of tashigoan. As you head upwards through the ridge in between the river namely Ipsuwa khola and rasuwa khola respectively to the west and east. The trial crosses pastures and several brooks and lastly hiking up to the destination with amazing bird eye fields of vision.

  • Day Five: Tashogoan to Khongma Danda (3'562m/1'175.46ft

    Trekking times: 5 to 6 hours

    As of today you got to walk on a nearly vertical trail in heading towards higher elevation. You will make that ascend right through the jungle to a rivulet which after that will lead you to the ridge. From here on the route gets even steeper, passing the grasslands and ascending a stone laid stairs to the top of the ridge after which a brief climb down will take you to Khongma Danda.


     

     

  • Day Six: acclimatization day at Khongma 3'562m/1'175.46ft.

    Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs

    the You take this day off for a rest or you can explore the nearby area as it can serve as acclimatization for upcoming day. 

  • Day Seven: Khongma Danda to Dobate (3'650m/ 1'204. 5ft

    Trekking times 6 to 7 hrs

    En route to the Shipton La pass, after a few hours of less steep climb, you come to a lake called KaloPokhari at an altitude of 3930m, walking through the Keke La at 4,170m.  You get to experience the marvelous views of Chamlang (7321m), Peak 6 (6,524m) and Peak 7 (6,758m). Having crossed the Keke La pass, you move down through the beautiful valley to Dobate.

  • Day Eight: Dobate to YangriKharka (3'557m/1'173.8 1ft

    Trekking times: 6 to 7 hours.

    Today the first part of the trek amidst the rhododendron forest leads you down to the watercourse and the trail is defined as steep and difficult due its sloppy mud and rocky at places. The other part is you take a slow and easy step in a gradual elevation until you reach at the Yangri Kharka. 

     

  • Day Nine: YangriKharka to LangmaleKharka (4'410m/1'455.3ft

    Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

    In the wake of a gentle hike to the canyon, you march through yak kharka (grazing field), lush green wood and rocky grounds. The valley walls tower to a great extent above us initially at the trek.  We go through Merek as you spring up and notice yourself gazing at the scenic Himalayan walls

  • Day Ten: Langmale Kharka to Makalu Base Camp: (4'870m/1'607. 1ft

    Trekking times: 6 to7 hrs

    Today you are trekking towards Makalu base camp. As you kick off from Langmele Kharka, crossing Shersong through the plain but icy glaciers in the lap of the Himalayan giants, you will then reach the Makalu Base camp while adoring the Mt. Makalu as you stomp the icy ground.

     

  • Day Eleven: Explore Makalu Base Camp 4'870m/1'607. 1ft

    Rugged desert land with a huge Barun Glacier on the other side, the Base Camp is all about. South of Makalu and an entire panoramic vision of Everest and Lhotse will greet us as we tread that barren land of Base Camp. You can take a short hike around and explore the region to honour the achievement that you made.

  • Day Twelve: Makalu Base Camp to YangriKharka (3'557m./1'173'8 1ft

    Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs.

    You now walk down from the base camp and taking the last impression of Makalu before turning the corner and find a way back. You cross over Shershong, LangmaleKharka and Merek while moving your way down. Now you make a descent to the lowland taking a break at Yangrikharka for a day.

  • Day Thirteen: YangriKharka to Dobate :3'650m/1'204.5ft

    Trekking times: 6 to 7 hrs

    You trace back to Dobate through rock falls section, lush vegetations, valleys while following the Barun River along its bank. 

  • Day Fourteen: Dobate to Khongma Danda (3'562m/1'175. 46ft

    Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

    Today as you start the trek you will be greeted by a steep towards a place called Nambuk and you have to walk through a forest of firs and rhododendrons. You will then have to cross the Keke La, Tutu La (Shipton’s Pass) and Kauma La on the way before finally descending to Khongma Danda.

     

     

  • Day Fifteen: Khongma Danda to Tashigaon (2'065m/68 1.45ft

    Trekking times: 4 to 5 hrs.

    The hillside trails goes on to be a never ending steep descent trek which will make you walk in the middle of pines and firs that will definitely take you to the Sherpa village of Tashigaon.

     

  • Day Sixteen: Tashigaon to Seduwa 1'530m/5'04.9ft

    Trekking times: 6 to7 hrs

    While recalling the previous stomped steps you make the exit from Makalu Barun National Park and stumbling down to the Barun River. You then cross the hillside while walking past villages and settlements as you keep moving down additionally to a stoppage called Seduwa.

     

  • Day Seventeen: Seduwa to Num 1'505m/4'96.6 5ft

    Trekking times: 5 to 6 hrs.

    You are completing this trek by leaving Seduwa going through the woods heading for the Num. The switch back like trail through dense forests and Sherpa villages as we move downwards that takes you to Num.

     

  • Day Eighteen: Num to Tumlingtar: 400m/1'320ft

    Trekking times 6 to 7 hrs.

    Again you relive the moments of walking from Chichila only this time of going back to it. As you complete the trek you can savour the glorious vista of Mount Makalu for the one last time. The ultimate walk you are to make will see you overnight at Tumlingtar. 

  • Day Ninteen: Tumlingtar to Kathmandu: 1'300m/4'290ft


    Flight time: 35 min’s

    Congartulations!! You have successfully completed one of the most thrilling treks our beautiful and peaceful Himalayan country has to offer.  
    Fly back to Kathmandu with an as early as possible flight.

  • Day Twenty:


    Congartulations!! You have successfully completed one of the most thrilling treks our beautiful and peaceful Himalayan country has to offer.  
    Fly back to Kathmandu with an as early as possible flight.

Extensions & Optional Tours

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Departure

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Trip Includes/ Excludes

    Include

Makalu entry Permit
Makalu special permit
TIMS Card
Kathmandu to Tumlingtar flight ticket
Tumlingtar to Chi Chila by land transport
Tumlingtar to Kathmandu flight ticket
Chi chila to Tumlingtar by land transport
Fluent English speaking trekking guide
1 Porters between 2 to carry your luggage
porter will carry 15kg 7.5 kilo gram each and his own top of that
Food, Breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee during the trekking part
Accommodations during the trekking part
Transport by land all private
Insurance for trekking crews 
Airports pick up and drop 
Flight ticket for staff
First aid kit for trekking crews
Hotel 1 Night in Kathmandu 3*** standard

 

    Exlude

Personal equipment for trekking gear
Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
Emergency rescue evacuation
Personal expenses
Gratuities (tips)
Bar bills, mineral water on trek
Hot shower/battery charge for camera during trek 
Wifi and donation in monastery and temple, school etc. 

 

Tour Notes

Altitude, distance and trekking times are all approximate.
Daily trekking times will normally be between 5 and 7 hours unless stated
If you are interested to go Pokhara and paragliding, boating or cycling let us know. 

Also, if you would like to see Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, go rafting or visit Chitwan National Park. Please, tell us your desires and we will do our best arrange it for you.

Departure dates and itinerary arrangements can be custom-tailored to your needs, so please contact us with your inquiries regarding your tour departure date.

Equipment List

Trekking Equipments
The following equipment lists are suggested and essential for both camping & teahouse treks in the Himalayas. Given this list as a guideline, most of the trekking equipment can be hired or bought in many adventure shops in Kathmandu as well. The majority of gear is locally manufactured (hence a lot cheaper) although it is becoming more common for gear to be imported from China and therefore of better quality.

The following basic equipment list helps you with your packing. Please, remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your equipments to a minimum level. Before starting the trek your packed trek bag should weigh not more than 33 pounds or 15kg.

Trekking equipment check list
Fleece jacket or Pullover
Fleece wind-stopper jacket 
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) Shell jacket
Down Jacket
Down sleeping bag
Light weight gloves
Sun hat or scarf
Sunglasses 
Sun cream
Extra T- shirts
Underwear
Lightweight cotton long pants
Fleece or wool pants
Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
Thick warm wool hiking socks
Hiking boots 
Sneakers or sandals
 Headlamp with spare bulbs and batteries
 Basic first aid kit
 Large plastic bags for keeping item dry inside trek bag
 Day pack
 Water bottles
 Shower towel 
 Walking stick

 

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