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Newly Open Trekking  
 

Nepal government, the trekking professionals, & the veteran trekkers themselves actively search for a new trails, and the rural people are always welcome a tour package trough their villages. Each group has their own motives for discovering a new trail for trekking: the government eyes on the revenue, the professionals seek the fame, the tourists enjoy discovering virgin lands, & the villagers get an opportunity to sell their products. More than 70 percent of land covered with mountains & rugged terrains, there are still very few roads linking Nepal’s remote landscapes.  Sailung And Timal Cultural Trekking

Narphu Valley Trekking:
A challenging trek to an elusive valley in the Annapurna region. A 22 day easy to strenuous trek in the mystic region of the Narphu Kingdom. Special permits are necessary to trek on this somewhat off-tourist region. Frquented by few trekkers, this valley of Nepalis of Tibetan origin also offers fantastic views of the Annapurna massif, Lamjung Himal, Machhapuchhre Himal, Manaslu Himal, Dhawalagiri range and Tilicho peak.

Suggested Itinerary Outline:
arrival in Kathmandu --- transfer  to Hotel.
- sightseeing tours of the Kathmandu valley --- Drive from Kathmandu to  Besi Sahar: Trek from Besi Sahar-Bahundanda ---Tal --- Kotho--- Meta---Kyang---Phu village---Explore  Phu village. Trek from Phu - Mahendra Pool---Nar Village--- Khangla base camp--- Khangla pass- ---Manang--- Khangser---Tilicho lake--- Mesaokanta pass - -kharka ---Jomsom. Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara. Fly or Drive from  Pokhara  to Kathmandu.

 
 

Budhanilkantha to Gosainkunda Trekking:
An easy to moderate 12 or 14 days newly opened trek route to the Gosaikunda Lake in the Langtang Region. Now, You don’t need take a day’s drive to Dhunche. Begin your trek right from the Kathmandu valley, from Budanilkantha. Pass through the temperate forests of the Sivapuri National Park. Great scenic Himalyan views from Manebhanjyang & Baghmara view points. Cross many other Himalayan fresh water lakes before you arrive at your destination.

Suggested Itinerary Outline:
Arrive Kathmandu,.Transfer to the hotel. --- Sight seeing in Kathmandu and preparation for the trek---Trek from Budhanilkantha ---Alchhe --- Manebanjyang --- Baghamara --- Sagarkunda --- Yeklekunda ---Gosainkunda ---Rest and Explore Godainkunda Region---Return to Rahu ---Kalche --- Nuwakot --- Kathmandu

Siklish Trek:
An easy 11-day trek in the Annapurna Region. The views of Annapurna & Lamjung moutains are rewarding You trek through different vegetation zones in the same day, and pass through the Rhododendron forest. Cultural bonus is the visit to the large Gurung  village.

Suggested Itinerary Outline:

Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel--- Sightseeing around Kathmandu--- Drive to Pokhara ---Trek from Pokhara to Kalikasthan--- Lamachaur--- Siklis---- Explore around siklis and Chipli--- Chipli - to Ghale Gaon--- Pokhara--- Kathmandu
Bhairav Kund Trekking:
Kunda is a Sanskrit word that means a lake. So, expect to find a lake whenever your destination name is suffixed with “Kunda”.This lake is located near Nepal-Tibet border. The trek contains the whole package that Nepal can offer in the moutains: the Himalayan peaks, lakes, villages, ethnic tribes, dense forests, & rivers. The trek begins from a village four hours drive from Kathmandu. This is an easy 14-days relaxing trek in the Himalayas near Kathmandu. An opportunity to take a dip in the Himalayan Hot Spring.

Suggested Itinerary Outline:
Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel --- Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley --- Drive from Kathmandu (1350m.)  to Jalbire Trek from Jalbire - Chanaute Khani Gaon -- Rest day with Local Village sightseeing
Trek from Khanigaon - Forest Camp -- Pati -- Bhairab Kunda -- - Sherpa gaon - - Larcha - - visit Hot spring---: Larcha - Kathmandu drive
Ganesh Himal Trekking: If you look to the northwest from Kathmandu on a clear day, you’d see a range of majestic Himalayan peaks. Yes, that’s the Ganesh Himal Range – the nearest Himalayan Range from Kathmandu.  A an easy to moderate trek along the Ganesh Himal region allows you to acquaint yourself with all sibling peaks – Ganesh Himal I, Ganesh Himal II, Ganesh Himal III, & Ganesh Himal IV. The trek begins from Trusuli Bazar – a five hours Westward Ho drive from Kathmandu. Trek duration: 20 days.

Suggested Itinerary Outline:
Arrival at Kathmandu ---Transfer to Hotel---Kathmandu Sightseeing---Drive from Kathmandu to Trisuli Bazar ---Trek from  Trisuli bazaar --- Deurali --- --- Singang --- Borang Kohla ---Chalise Khola --- --- Explore Hindung—Trek back from Hindung --- Chalise Khola---  From Chalise Khola (2400) - ---Labdung --- Marmelung ---- Pangsang --- - Somdang ---Explore Somdang--- Trek from Somdang ---Gatlang - - --Syabrubensi ---Bus from Syabrubensi to Kathmandu

Tamang Heritage Trail And Langtang: T
he Tamang Heritage Trail has been promoted by the Tourism for Rural Poverty Alleviation Program(TRPA) as an introductory trek to Nepal’s Himalayan geography & culture. The  13 day  easy to moderate trek in Nepal’s third most popular trekking region of the Langtan offers a unique blend of natural & cultural landscapes. A day’s drive from Kathmandu takes you to Syabrubesi when you begin your Himalayan adventures with trekking. The area is just about 75 km from Kathmandu, & still you’re as far from kathmnadu as from your home. Along with adventure, enjoy the hospitality of the ethnic Tamangs who’d do everything to make you feel at home in their village. 

Suggested Itinerary Outline:  
Arrival in Kathmandu --- Transfer to Hotel -
Kathmandu Sightseeing---Drive from Kathmandu to Syabru ---Trek from Syabru besi --- Gatlang ---Tatopani ---Thuman ---Briddim --- Langtang --- Kanjing -
Kanjing rest day and explore Langsisa Kharka or Glacier langtang lirung or hike to Tsherko ri ---Trek from Kanjin trek to Lama hotel ---- Dhunche --- Drive  from Dhunche to Kathmandu

Panch Pokhari
(Five Holy Lakes):
Panch mean five & Pokhari means pond. Thus, Panch Pokhari is a place with five ponds. These ponds are hold religious value for the locals. The 15 day easy to moderate trek begins from Chautara, a five hours drive northeast of Kathmandu.

Suggested Itinerary Outline:  
Arrival in Kathmandu--- Transfer to hotel ---Kathmandu bus to Chautara --- Trek from Chautara to Phusre --- Kami kharka --- Pauwa Bas --- Hille Bhanjyang ---Nasim Pati--- Panch --- Nasimpati --- Dukang --- Dhap ---Melamchipul Bazaar - drive from Melamchipul Bazaar to Kathmandu.

 
 
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