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Mohare Danda Trek - Nepal Community Trail

1. Mohare Danda Trek - Nepal Community Trail

Mohare Danda Trekking in Nepal: Unveiling the Hidden Gem Nepal, a land of mystique and natural grandeur, has long captivated the hearts of adventurers and wanderers. Amidst its towering peaks and tranquil valleys lies a hidden gem that beckons those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience – the Mohare Danda Trek. This community-driven trekking trail, nestled in the enchanting Annapurna region, promises not just panoramic vistas of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, but also an immersive cultural encounter and a chance to support sustainable tourism initiatives. Mohare Danda Trek Itinerary - 5 Days Day 1: Pokhara to Banskharka village via High bridge. Day 2: To Nangi village. Day 3: Nangi Village to Mohare Danda via Hampal. Day 4: Sunrise, Himalayas from Mohare Hill and to Tikot Village Day 5: Trek from Tokot Village to Bashari and drive back to Pokhara The Road Less Traveled: In a land known for iconic trails like the Everest Base Camp and Abc trek, the Mohare Danda Trek offers a refreshing departure. This less-traveled path ensures a more intimate and unspoiled experience of Nepal's captivating landscapes. Unlike the bustling crowds often encountered on popular routes, trekkers here can savor the serenity of the rural. Empowering Communities, Preserving Heritage: What truly sets the Mohare Danda Trek apart is its profound emphasis on community involvement and empowerment. Local villagers have united under cooperatives to manage and maintain the trekking route. These cooperatives take charge of trail upkeep, accommodation, and guiding services. A Cultural Odyssey of Homestays: One of the most enriching aspects of the Mohare Danda Trek is the opportunity to stay in authentic village homestays along the way. Engaging in traditional activities, be it cooking a local dish or participating in a cultural celebration, fosters a mutual exchange that transcends cultural boundaries. A Sunrise to Remember: The pinnacle of the Mohare Danda Trek is the breathtaking sunrise spectacle from its namesake vantage point. As dawn breaks over the horizon, the Manaslu, Annapurna, and Dhaulagiri ranges are bathed in a golden ethereal light, unveiling a panorama that leaves trekkers spellbound. Champions of Conservation: Beyond the cultural and scenic allure, the Mohare Danda Trek champions the cause of environmental conservation. Local villagers take on the role of stewards, actively engaged in preserving their natural surroundings. Through promoting sustainable practices and raising awareness about the fragile Himalayan ecosystem. Embrace the Journey: The Mohare Danda Trek is not just a trek; it is an expedition of discovery, connection, and empowerment. As footfalls tread the less-traveled path, an authentic tapestry of Nepal's beauty, culture, and aspiration. With every step, the journey leaves behind footprints of respect, understanding, and appreciation, encapsulating the essence of sustainable travel and the enduring spirit of Nepal's people.

Mardi Himal Trek 5 days

2. Mardi Himal Trek 5 days

Day 01: Drive to Kande (1,770 m) and trek to Deurali (2,125m): (L/D) ✔ Driving duration: 1 hour ✔ Walking duration: 3-4 hours On the first day of the trip, you will drive to Kande from Pokhara after having breakfast at around 7 am. The Pokhara to Kande ride takes around 40 minutes and, runs through the Pokhara-Baglung highway. As soon as arrive at Kande, you will start your trekking journey to Deurali. You can enjoy your lunch and then continue your journey to Deurali passing through another ethnic village settlement of Pothana. Upon your arrival in Pitam Deurali, the awe-inspiring sights of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Himchuli, and Macchapuchre will welcome you at its best. Day 02: Trek to Low Camp (3,150 m): (B/L/D) ✔ Walking duration: 5-6 hours On the second day of the journey to Mardi Himal, you will head north from Deurali, entering the deeply forested area covered with rhododendron flowers and other wild floras. After 5-6 hours of trekking through the wilderness of the region, you will finally arrive at Low camp. Since you will be staying overnight in the low camp, don’t forget to soak yourself in the serenity as you enjoy the captivating sights of Macchapuchre up close. Day 03: Trek to High Camp (3,700 m): (B/L/D) ✔ Walking duration: 3-4 hours On the third day of the journey, you will ascend through the rhododendron, oak forest for about 1-2 hours until you arrive at Middle Camp. . Enjoying the views and walking continuously for hours, you will arrive at High camp. The high camp offers the perfect sights of the snow-capped pinnacles including Himchuli (6,441m), Annapurna (7,219m), and Macchapuchre (6,993m). Day 04: Trek to Mardi Base Camp (4,500 m) and trek down to Siding (1,800 m): (B/L/D) ✔ Walking duration: 8-9 hours The much-awaited day of the 5-day trek is finally here. Today you will scream beauty from the top of your lungs as you hike to Mardi base camp, the final destination of the trip. Early in the morning, you will start the trek ascending through the rocky trail for about 5 hours until you arrive at the base camp. Rest assured, the views from the Mardi Base camp are as heavenly as they could be. You can enjoy the close-up view of Mardi together with Annapurna, Macchapuchre, and Himchuli. After clicking dozens of the pictures in the camp and spending quality time, you can head down the hill to Siding. The downhill journey is easy and follows the same trail up to the low camp. From low camp, you will take a different route to Siding. The beautiful village of Siding is a great place to explore the rich and diverse culture and lifestyle of the people living in the region. Day 05: Trek to Lumre from Siding (1,800 m) and drive back to Pokhara (1,400 m) by jeep: (B/L) ✔ Walking duration: 3 hours ✔ Driving duration: 2 hours Today is the final day of the trek, so make sure that you catch some final glimpse of the Himalayas before heading down to Lumre from where you will be catching a local/private jeep to Pokhara.

Kathmandu: 13-Day Annapurna Circuit Trek

3. Kathmandu: 13-Day Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is still without doubt one of the best treks anywhere in the world, despite inroads being developed in the region. It is a trek of diverse culture that starts in the lush fields of Hindu farmers and takes you through one of the strongest Buddhist regions in Nepal, which is very similar to Tibet. The complete circuit starting from Besisahar takes between 18 and 21 days. Over the last few years, access to each of the major valleys that cut through the Himalayas to the east and west of the Annapurna Massif improves each year, as more sections of Jeep road are completed. Throughout your experience, your guides will make every effort to take this into account, allowing you to avoid hiking on the road as much as you can. Nowadays many people trekking the route choose to fly back to Pokhara from Jomsom or take a jeep to Baglung and a bus back to Pokhara. The Manang Valley is one of many reasons to choose this trekking route, offering a journey over the Thorong La at 5,416 meters. It is spectacular on a clear day, and awards views of the neighboring peaks around you. The full circuit will see you continue on past Jomsom to take a jeep ride for a day to Tatopani and the hot springs. There you can relax before continuing on to Ghorepani and Poon Hill, a part of the trek which has no road. Whatever you choose you will have climbed over the Annapurna Massif, lapped up more culture than you can imagine, and trekked through one of the most beautiful valleys anywhere in the world. At the conclusion of your experience, you will result back in Kathmandu, ready to fly to your next destination.

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