Region: Himalayan Ranges in Nepal
Ganesh Himal Trek Type: Group Adventure.
Trek Begins and Ends at: Kathmandu/Kathmandu.
Trekking Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days
The difficulty level of Ganesh Himal Trek: Moderate
Maximum Altitude Gain: 4,200 meters/13,779 feet.
Type of Accommodation during Ganesh Himal Trek: Tent/Homestays.
Not so popular with the likes of the tourists and travelers, the Ganesh Himal Trek is located in the eastern part of the country and is quite isolated and unexplored. The trail passes through many dense forests and meadows and unfolds the lifestyle and culture of the locals leaving solitude. The journey also rewards the trekkers with mesmerizing views of the surrounding majestic peaks. The splendor of the Ganesh Himal group of Peaks, Mt. Manaslu, Langtang Range, Annapurna Range, and the Tibet range accounts for the picturesque beauty of the region. The destinations along the journey are Kathmandu – Satdobado – Bhalche – Gonga – Rupchet – Shertung Kharka – Shertung Village – Jhanglang Phedi – Kintang Phedi – Jyamrung – Kathmandu.
The Ganesh Himal trek in Nepal has come to light only in the recent years. Rich in diverse flora and fauna, the journey presents you with the most incredible and crystal clear views of the Ganesh Himal Range, Mt. Manaslu, Langtang, and Annapurna range.
The trek also gives you an insight into the local culture of the area, the lifestyle of the people. Enjoy the ‘Great Himalayan chain’ forming the skyline, and walk your way through the dense forests to experience the real meaning of raw beauty during the Ganesh Himal Trek. The 15 days itinerary into the virgin land of Nepal lets you enjoy the real and rural Nepal at it’s best.
We recommend and request for using natural stream water for drinking purpose. This can be purified using the water purifying drops/tablets. We have two reasons to request this to you, 1: It helps in not dumping plastic in the world’s remotest area and 2: its saves your money as mineral water price is very high in trekking zone.
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