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Panchpokhari Jugal Himal Camping Trek

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Panchpokhari Jugal Himal Camping Trek involves a lot of steep and lengthy climbs but is followed by the variety of blooming rhododendrons (national flower of Nepal), enchanting the trekkers to their core.
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  • Overview
  • Duration 13 Days Group Size Min 2 Pax Max 14
    Grade moderate Max Altitude 4100 m.
    Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
    Accommodation 3*** base hotel in Kathmandu, Tea house and Lodge.
    Meals Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner along with tea and coffee.
    Transportation Pick up and drop to and from the airport by private vehicle, private jeep to Sermanthang.

    Jugal Himal lies to the northeast of the capital city, Kathmandu, and is home to an abundant nature that gives trekkers an utmost sense of solace and serenity. Many trekkers from all around the globe come to experience the local lifestyle, rich flora, and fauna and a magnificent view of the mighty mountains in Nepal every year. At the base of Jugal Himal, adjoined with the remote trails of the Rowling region, lies Panchpokhari at 14,000 ft., which is a standout amongst the most acclaimed trekking destinations of all. Panchpokhari meaning five “ponds” in Nepali, holds a spiritual significance for both Hindu and Buddhists ethnic groups. The remote farm villages, high alpine landscapes, and abundant exotic biodiversity is what the region embraces as its most guarded treasure. The region is regarded as nature’s sanctuary for a variety of biodiversity and dramatic sceneries. Since the ponds are actually wetlands in the area, it is regarded as a highly valued and important factor for the sustainability of the biodiversity found in the region.
    Panchpokhari Jugal Himal Camping Trek involves a lot of steep and lengthy climbs but is followed by the variety of blooming rhododendrons (national flower of Nepal), enchanting the trekkers to their core. As the trekkers move further up the mountain trails, after a certain level of elevation, the region is guarded by the High Alps including Dorje lakpa (6986 m), Gaurishanker, Madiya, Ganchempo (6387 m) and Phurbi Chhyachu from all sides. The journey towards Panch Pokhari starts from a scenic drive to Sermathang. Taking the remote route passing through sparse villages of Tamangs, Sherpa, Newar and a few other ethnic groups along the lush green forests, we climb up to the village of Yangri. The trail up the Panchpokhari astonishes trekkers with majestic waterfalls and ancient places. Along the way, a glimpse of Danfe (national bird of Nepal) found around the Panch Pokhari area, staggers the tourists building in the excitement of the trek even more. 
    Panchpokhari Jugal Himal Camping Trek helps travelers fulfill their lust for adventure as the snow-clad mountains and lush green adds a fresh charm to the nature leaving its visitors thrilled and speechless. 


    Outline Itinerary 

    Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu

    on your arrival representatives from Malung treks will be there at the airport to give you a warm Nepali welcome and transfer to your hotel.

    Day 02: Kathmandu to Sermathang (8700 ft), Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs.

    Day 03: Sermathang to Yangri (1400 m), Trekking time: 7 hrs.

    Day 04: Yangri to Toph Kharka (2530 m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

    Day 05: Toph Kharka to Nosyampati (3700 m), Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.

    Day 06: Nosyampati to Jugal BC (Panchpokhari) (4100 m), Trekking time: 6 hrs.

    Day 07: Rest and explore around Jugal Base Camp

    Day 08: Jugal BC to Chyochyo Kharka (3400m), Trekking time: 7 to 8hrs.

    Day 09: Chyochyo Kharka to Okhreni (1965m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

    Day 10: Okhreni to Chautara (1450 m) via Nawalpur, Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

    Day 11: Drive to Chautara to Balephi or Sukute at Sunkoshi Rafting point

    Day 12: Balephi or Sukute to Kathmandu 

    Day 13: Departure

    Malung treks and expedition bids you farewell with all the best wishes until we see you again.

  • Detail Itinerary
    • Day 1 Kathmandu to Sermathang (8700 ft), Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs.

      We embark upon our first destination with a smooth drive from Kathmandu to Sermathang. The ride takes us to remote Sherpa villages from where we get a splendid view of the famous Helambu valley to our west and an absorbing view of the Himalayas that lies to our north. Overnight stay at a lodge. 

    • Day 2 Sermathang to Yangri (1400 m), Trekking time: 7 hrs.

      Taking in the refreshing morning air, we advance up to the Yangri hill. We trek through the off beaten roads passing through local villages of Hyolmo people; one of the type in the variety of Sherpa people. The culture and customs of Hyolmo’s are very popular and their hospitality is remarkable. The Langtang range seems just an arm's length away giving us a breathtaking sensation. Overnight stay at Yangri. 

    • Day 3 Yangri to Toph Kharka (2530 m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

      After an early morning breakfast, we walk along the trails surrounded by lush green forests that lead us straight to Toph Kharka. Overnight at a Toph Kharka. 

    • Day 4 Toph Kharka to Nosyampati (3700 m), Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.

      We enjoy the early morning chilly breeze and a beautiful sunrise in Toph Kharka. From here, we make a steep ascend towards Nosyampati passing through splendid landscapes and flagstones. Overnight at Nosyampati.

    • Day 5 Nosyampati to Jugal BC (Panchpokhari) (4100 m), Trekking time: 6 hrs.

      Today we trek to the final destination and the main highlight of our trek that is the pristine Panchpokhari. We stump on the rocky hills making our way to the secluded pilgrimage area. The trek consists of a gentle but steep climb to the site with five pristine ponds. 

    • Day 6 Rest and explore around Jugal Base Camp

      We rest at Jugal BC and explore the site for the day. We enjoy an early morning sunrise amidst the towering snow-covered peak of Mt. Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Panorama, Rolwaling Widescape and Jugal Himal. The festival of Janai Purnima (Full moon night) is celebrated in Jugal BC, hence the site holds a great significance for both Hindu and Sherpa people. We additionally visit an ancient temple that is committed to god Shiva

    • Day 7 Jugal BC to Chyochyo Kharka (3400m), Trekking time: 7 to 8hrs.

      Taking our leave from the majestic Jugal BC, we now head towards Chyochyo Kharka village passing through ridge crests and beautiful oak and rhododendron forests. The incredible view of the Himalayas does not leave our site and we finally reach Chyochyo Kharka. 

    • Day 8 Chyochyo Kharka to Okhreni (1965m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

      After an early morning breakfast, we stumble upon a steep descending trail that leads us to Okhreni that passes through few settlements and bushy routes. Overnight stay at camp.  

    • Day 9 Okhreni to Chautara (1450 m) via Nawalpur, Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

      We start our trek to Chautara, headquarter of Sindhupalchowk district, passing through pine forests and tiny settlements of diverse ethnic groups in Nawalpur. The view of the Himalayan range from here is magnificent. Overnight at a camp. 

    • Day 10 Drive to Chautara to Balephi or Sukute at Sunkoshi Rafting point

      An early morning breeze prepares us for the day. We drive out of Chautara to Balephi or Sukute beach which is a famous rafting point. En route we enjoy the lush green landscapes and splashing rivers that flows alongside our route. Overnight at a beach camp is a memorable experience. 

    • Day 11 Balephi or Sukute to Kathmandu

      After an early morning breakfast, we spend the day rafting. The thrill-full experience of the raft gives us a final adrenaline rush as we come to the end of our journey. From here, we drive back to Kathmandu.

  • Trip Includes/Excludes
    • All necessary permit 
    • TIMS Card
    • Porter and guide
    • Insurance for Nepali staff
    • All transportation charge
    • All accommodation charge
    • Cost does not include:
    • Personal equipment for trekking gear
    • All the food and drinks
    • Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
    • Emergency rescue evacuation
    • Personal expenses
    • Gratuities (tips) to guide

     

  • Departure Dates
  • No departure dates as of now
  • Tour Notes
  • Equipment List
  • Reviews
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  • Altitude, distance and trekking times are all approximate.
    You will have the choice to travel by an early bus, flight or 4x4 back to Kathmandu. 
    If you are interested to stay in Pokhara to go 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.
    We can extend your trek accordingly.
    Please, tell us your desires and we will do our best to arrange it for you.

Overview

Duration 13 Days Group Size Min 2 Pax Max 14
Grade moderate Max Altitude 4100 m.
Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
Accommodation 3*** base hotel in Kathmandu, Tea house and Lodge.
Meals Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner along with tea and coffee.
Transportation Pick up and drop to and from the airport by private vehicle, private jeep to Sermanthang.

Jugal Himal lies to the northeast of the capital city, Kathmandu, and is home to an abundant nature that gives trekkers an utmost sense of solace and serenity. Many trekkers from all around the globe come to experience the local lifestyle, rich flora, and fauna and a magnificent view of the mighty mountains in Nepal every year. At the base of Jugal Himal, adjoined with the remote trails of the Rowling region, lies Panchpokhari at 14,000 ft., which is a standout amongst the most acclaimed trekking destinations of all. Panchpokhari meaning five “ponds” in Nepali, holds a spiritual significance for both Hindu and Buddhists ethnic groups. The remote farm villages, high alpine landscapes, and abundant exotic biodiversity is what the region embraces as its most guarded treasure. The region is regarded as nature’s sanctuary for a variety of biodiversity and dramatic sceneries. Since the ponds are actually wetlands in the area, it is regarded as a highly valued and important factor for the sustainability of the biodiversity found in the region.
Panchpokhari Jugal Himal Camping Trek involves a lot of steep and lengthy climbs but is followed by the variety of blooming rhododendrons (national flower of Nepal), enchanting the trekkers to their core. As the trekkers move further up the mountain trails, after a certain level of elevation, the region is guarded by the High Alps including Dorje lakpa (6986 m), Gaurishanker, Madiya, Ganchempo (6387 m) and Phurbi Chhyachu from all sides. The journey towards Panch Pokhari starts from a scenic drive to Sermathang. Taking the remote route passing through sparse villages of Tamangs, Sherpa, Newar and a few other ethnic groups along the lush green forests, we climb up to the village of Yangri. The trail up the Panchpokhari astonishes trekkers with majestic waterfalls and ancient places. Along the way, a glimpse of Danfe (national bird of Nepal) found around the Panch Pokhari area, staggers the tourists building in the excitement of the trek even more. 
Panchpokhari Jugal Himal Camping Trek helps travelers fulfill their lust for adventure as the snow-clad mountains and lush green adds a fresh charm to the nature leaving its visitors thrilled and speechless. 


Outline Itinerary 

Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu

on your arrival representatives from Malung treks will be there at the airport to give you a warm Nepali welcome and transfer to your hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu to Sermathang (8700 ft), Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs.

Day 03: Sermathang to Yangri (1400 m), Trekking time: 7 hrs.

Day 04: Yangri to Toph Kharka (2530 m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

Day 05: Toph Kharka to Nosyampati (3700 m), Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.

Day 06: Nosyampati to Jugal BC (Panchpokhari) (4100 m), Trekking time: 6 hrs.

Day 07: Rest and explore around Jugal Base Camp

Day 08: Jugal BC to Chyochyo Kharka (3400m), Trekking time: 7 to 8hrs.

Day 09: Chyochyo Kharka to Okhreni (1965m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

Day 10: Okhreni to Chautara (1450 m) via Nawalpur, Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

Day 11: Drive to Chautara to Balephi or Sukute at Sunkoshi Rafting point

Day 12: Balephi or Sukute to Kathmandu 

Day 13: Departure

Malung treks and expedition bids you farewell with all the best wishes until we see you again.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1 Kathmandu to Sermathang (8700 ft), Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs.

    We embark upon our first destination with a smooth drive from Kathmandu to Sermathang. The ride takes us to remote Sherpa villages from where we get a splendid view of the famous Helambu valley to our west and an absorbing view of the Himalayas that lies to our north. Overnight stay at a lodge. 

  • Day 2 Sermathang to Yangri (1400 m), Trekking time: 7 hrs.

    Taking in the refreshing morning air, we advance up to the Yangri hill. We trek through the off beaten roads passing through local villages of Hyolmo people; one of the type in the variety of Sherpa people. The culture and customs of Hyolmo’s are very popular and their hospitality is remarkable. The Langtang range seems just an arm's length away giving us a breathtaking sensation. Overnight stay at Yangri. 

  • Day 3 Yangri to Toph Kharka (2530 m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

    After an early morning breakfast, we walk along the trails surrounded by lush green forests that lead us straight to Toph Kharka. Overnight at a Toph Kharka. 

  • Day 4 Toph Kharka to Nosyampati (3700 m), Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.

    We enjoy the early morning chilly breeze and a beautiful sunrise in Toph Kharka. From here, we make a steep ascend towards Nosyampati passing through splendid landscapes and flagstones. Overnight at Nosyampati.

  • Day 5 Nosyampati to Jugal BC (Panchpokhari) (4100 m), Trekking time: 6 hrs.

    Today we trek to the final destination and the main highlight of our trek that is the pristine Panchpokhari. We stump on the rocky hills making our way to the secluded pilgrimage area. The trek consists of a gentle but steep climb to the site with five pristine ponds. 

  • Day 6 Rest and explore around Jugal Base Camp

    We rest at Jugal BC and explore the site for the day. We enjoy an early morning sunrise amidst the towering snow-covered peak of Mt. Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Panorama, Rolwaling Widescape and Jugal Himal. The festival of Janai Purnima (Full moon night) is celebrated in Jugal BC, hence the site holds a great significance for both Hindu and Sherpa people. We additionally visit an ancient temple that is committed to god Shiva

  • Day 7 Jugal BC to Chyochyo Kharka (3400m), Trekking time: 7 to 8hrs.

    Taking our leave from the majestic Jugal BC, we now head towards Chyochyo Kharka village passing through ridge crests and beautiful oak and rhododendron forests. The incredible view of the Himalayas does not leave our site and we finally reach Chyochyo Kharka. 

  • Day 8 Chyochyo Kharka to Okhreni (1965m), Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

    After an early morning breakfast, we stumble upon a steep descending trail that leads us to Okhreni that passes through few settlements and bushy routes. Overnight stay at camp.  

  • Day 9 Okhreni to Chautara (1450 m) via Nawalpur, Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs.

    We start our trek to Chautara, headquarter of Sindhupalchowk district, passing through pine forests and tiny settlements of diverse ethnic groups in Nawalpur. The view of the Himalayan range from here is magnificent. Overnight at a camp. 

  • Day 10 Drive to Chautara to Balephi or Sukute at Sunkoshi Rafting point

    An early morning breeze prepares us for the day. We drive out of Chautara to Balephi or Sukute beach which is a famous rafting point. En route we enjoy the lush green landscapes and splashing rivers that flows alongside our route. Overnight at a beach camp is a memorable experience. 

  • Day 11 Balephi or Sukute to Kathmandu

    After an early morning breakfast, we spend the day rafting. The thrill-full experience of the raft gives us a final adrenaline rush as we come to the end of our journey. From here, we drive back to Kathmandu.

Extensions & Optional Tours

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Departure

No departure dates as of now

Trip Includes/ Excludes

  • All necessary permit 
  • TIMS Card
  • Porter and guide
  • Insurance for Nepali staff
  • All transportation charge
  • All accommodation charge
  • Cost does not include:
  • Personal equipment for trekking gear
  • All the food and drinks
  • Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
  • Emergency rescue evacuation
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities (tips) to guide

 

Tour Notes

Altitude, distance and trekking times are all approximate.
You will have the choice to travel by an early bus, flight or 4x4 back to Kathmandu. 
If you are interested to stay in Pokhara to go 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.
We can extend your trek accordingly.
Please, tell us your desires and we will do our best to arrange it for you.

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.
 
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

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