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Mahabharat Rhododendron Trek - 10 -15 days

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Not so far away from the Kathmandu valley but, still in the hidden shadow and  this hilly area in the mid region is very remote and unexplored. The area is yet to be introduced as trekking route despite its unique features - big area of virgin rhododendron forest, home of many wild animals and birds, famous for panoramic views of the Mt Everest including eastern and central Himalayan range and also the wide open plains of tropical Terai, beautiful landscape and villages, living museum for ethnic culture and many more attractions. The area has a wide range of trekking routes ranging from one week to four weeks. Moreover, the trekking could be combined with trip to & fro Tibet plus white  water rafting in Sunkoshi river to village-home stays.

Trip Highlights

Trip Type: Camping in package service
Grade: Moderate, Max. height 3100 m.
Season: Spring, Fall, Winter
Elevation: lowest - 600m highest - 3100m
Group Size: 2 pax to 16 pax
Trip Departure Date: Any date of your choice
Confirmed Group Member/s Min. 2pax
Price: Reasonable, Contact us
Best Months: January, February, March, April and October, November, December

Day 01: Kathmandu to Dumja drive.

Day 02: Baseri.

Day 03: Phusre Danda (2700m), a very good view of the eastern Himalayan range.

Day 04: Ghyang Danda (2100m), the place believed to be the war zone of Pandav and Kaurav.

Day 05: Ghoda Chuli (2860m), a very good view of the Himalayan mountains.

Day 06: Gurans Chautari, through thick rhododendron forests.

Day 07: Rest day: detour of Bajradev.

Day 08: Ghyampe danda, through forest.

Day 09: Mate Lek.

Day 10: Khiraula jungle.

Day 11: Odani Bhanjyang.

Day 12: Chyatle Chisapani.

Day 13: Kalopani Danda Gaun.

Day 14: Lele Bharde.

Day 15: Kathmandu by drive.

*Note: For detailed itinerary description contact us.
  • Permits - National Park entry fee, TIMS fee or Trek Permit,
  • Logistics – camping equipments; tents, mattresses, utensil and  three meals a day;  breakfast, lunch & dinner, sleeping bag and duffle bag. 
  • Support Staff -  guide, cook, porters, insurance for Nepali staff,
  • Transfers – overland transportation to & fro trek start/complete points,
  • Emergency Service -  assistance for travel/rescue arrangements  and
  • Agency's service charge.
  • Flights
  • Cold & alcoholic drinks,
  • Your medical and rescue insurance,
  • Personal gears, equipments,
  • Tips,
  • Other expenses of your personal nature and
  • Any other not stated as inclusive.