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11 Days
Everest Region

Plan a trip into this pristine part of Eastern Nepal, where beautiful valleys meet snow-capped mountains smiling back at you. Walk through breathtaking meadows and untouched coniferous forests, where you get to experience the quaint old villages of the local ethnic people. Hike through forests filled with pastel shades of red, pink and white, as you enter forests covered entirely of Nepal’s national flower, the Rhododendron.

Ganesh Himal is named after the legendary elephant-headed Hindu God Ganesh.The Ganesh Range Peaks (Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, Ganesh IV) stand out like crystals, forming a “Great Himalayan Chain” in the skyline.

Highlights of Ganesh Himal Trek
  • Economical itinerary
  • Hygienic good food on your choices/your menu
  • Be accustomed with the altitude and ethnic group like Tamang and people in the soul of Himalayas
  • Awe-inspiring AmaDablam that holds master

Price Includes

  • Airport/hotel pick up and Drop in private vehicle
  • Full day Sightseeing with transportation and tour guide in Kathmandu
  • Accommodation in 3-star standard Hotel in Kathmandu as per BB plan
  • Private vehicle Kathmandu to Dhunche & Kintang to Kathmadnu private vehicle.
  • All necessary documents and trekking permits (National Park permit and TIMS)
  • Government registered/licence holder trekking guide and local porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Guide and porter with their salaries, accidental insurance, equipment, transport, food, lodging as well as clothing and medicine.
  • Full accommodation in lodges during the trek.
  • A well experience guide of minimum 15years Experience having Government training guide licence.
  • Daily chosen meals from menu (breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek as well seasonal fresh fruits as deserts every day
  • All government and local taxes

Price Excludes

  • Any kind of visa arrangement entering Nepal like entry visa fee, or Airport visa arrangement.
  • International Airfares/Airport taxes
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Travel and rescue insurance is important but you must manage this.
  • Any added night/s accommodation in Kathmandu on early arrival, suspension of departure, initial return from trek (due to any reason) than scheduled itinerary
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu (This condition applies in the case of early arrival from mountain than the planned itinerary)
  • Alcoholic beverages as well as hot and cold drinks
  • Personal expenses such as telephone calls, bar bills, battery recharge, sweets, snacks, bottled water, boiled water, shower either hot/cold, extra porters, laundry, etc.
  • Personal equipment and clothing/wardrobe
  • Tip (As tip is expected but it isn’t a mandatory)
  • Any others expenses which are not stated in Included section

Trailblazer Tours and Trek have meticulously put their effort on pricing to be as competitive as possible, providing a shining service to our customer. We are much concern to pay right wages to our porters and guide, we pay the best remuneration to our staffs in Nepal in fact the best one. Thus help us to draw attention only by the best guides and porters. All our price is nett and there are no hidden charges (no hashtag#, no asterisk*) everything is crystal clear on cost includes and excludes and this is the reason what makes our customer happy.

Ganesh Himal Trek FAQs

What is the procedure to sign up for Everest Base Camp Trekking?

This sign up process depends on your time and duration for trek. Booking can be done at least 2-3 weeks ahead from our departure date. But be sure to check your medical and physical health before signing the trip. Another important thing is to purchase medical and travel insurance for this kind of adventurous treks in Himalayas.

Is trekking possible only in group or single too can book? And Can you let me know about the weather there in Everest?

There isn’t mandatorily to be in group, we allow to book for single but with some conditions. But if you are looking for group it can vary from minimum 3-4 person to maximum of 10-15 persons.
The best time to trek is from March to May, as this is time when day remains clear and temperature stays from minimum 0° to 20° Celsius depending upon the altitude and areas. This is the perfect time to trek, because from morning till days the vision remains clear where we can relish the views and even walk for short, but sometimes afternoon can be over casted with little rain and snow.
March to May is the time of full bloom of various species of Rhododendron that is much lively and eye-catching.

What sort of the guesthouse/cottage and Tea-House are there within Treks?

Long before Tea house were supposed to be the place to have Tea especially and used to be small but now the scenario has been changed, these days each village have more than 10 to 20 good guesthouse/lodges with pleasant rooms to stay on. And On altitude of above 4,000 the lodges are good but some have toilets and bathrooms outside but some have inside too.
All rooms are cosy and have heating facilities to make your stay much pleasant and entertaining.

Is electricity and network for cell-phones available there?

Yes. Electricity is available mostly run by hydro-power in most of the places. But after Namche and Thyangboche much of power supply is private of the lodge owners mostly the solar power to activate electric just for the lodge and as well for customers to charge their computers and cell-phones.
Network is not that big problem, condition has been changed a lot these days. Even remote villages had good support phones with good network connection. Leaving some places mostly in deep regions around river gorge, there is good networks for cell phones and also good internets/Wi-Fi. Dingboche and some areas having high altitude and hills comprehend good networks.
And except in bad weather condition the networks can be shattered, otherwise it is fine.

What will happen when someone gets sick and have to leave the trek?

We are not just good in saying but in real too. We do not leave our customers in vulnerable situation. If this kind of situation occurs, we will give more priority to the victim. We have well equipped and knowledgeable guides in emergency and as well as in medical purpose. Depending on the seriousness of the victim we will transfer him/her for acute medical attention. We have Helicopter-services to those to take them to hospital as soon as possible.
And if someone suffers from modest AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness), it is better to take rest and have excessive fluid. We will deploy extra guide to take care of sick clients till he / she recovers on route treks and if condition worsens we will guide them to descend to safer areas and even manage an advance flight to Kathmandu.

What kind and how hygienic food will be served during treks lodges on route?

We are here to give the best to or clients, regarding meals everything is prepared as per clients’ menu items, all foods items are prepared with much concern of hygiene, avoiding any complaints and holding the reputation of the lodges. In fact, most of lodges are serving for more than two decades to world-wide travellers with ethics.

I have heard people could get sick while on treks, can you clarify the reason behind this?

It is true what you have heard. But, getting sick is unpredictable, anyone can be sick at any time but talking about trek, the primary reason behind being sick is food during treks. As Asian foods are a bit spicy comparing to other, so because of not getting used with the food makes they sick. It is a sudden change on diets. There may be different concept regarding this question but hearing rumours and facing the reality on your own gives the crystal clear view.
And we suggest all our clients to get better advice from your guides before and after the treks, what to eat and what not to eat, what are the best food to consume and many more. Next thing that we strongly advocate to our visitors is to avoid meat items in initial period as it may not be hygienic and could be meat of a week time or more. The best way to get rid of getting sick is to be vegetarian for sometimes and stay healthy till acclimatization to local environment and culture.

What types of medication do I need to bring from home? Can you please circulate the major factors and precautions one should take care within treks?

Firstly, we recommend to bring the general medication from home consulting your doctor. There are some basic medicines against diarrhoea, headache, fever, flu as well constipation including first aid for cuts-wounds and burns as well. Apart from this general medicines, carry your personal medicines recommended by your doctor.
We are much concerned to our client’s health and safety too, so in every trip we carry comprehensive medical kits.
Beside these medication clients’ always needs to stick with the rules of the company and suggestion of guides / leader. Most of the travellers suffers from stomach disorder and this is considered as the main disease and this is because of change in food and climate. Be aware of spicy food but if you have travelled mostly in South Asian countries, the food will not be a problem.
AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) is another issue during trek and can happen to anyone not familiar walking in higher elevation. Because of the high altitude one might suffer from AMS. Concerning this we have designed our itinerary in that way where people can acclimatize well within relaxation days in high places before reaching much higher altitude.
There are medicines which can be used as high altitude pills, but needs consult the doctors before taking the right dose, thus can be helpful to regulate the flow of blood from getting clots in high altitude. Apart from that drinking plenty of water, juice, rehydration drink, black tea and taking rest when got tired can help to get rid from AMS.

Ganesh Himal Trek Itinerary

Day 01Arrival day at Kathmandu and relocation to hotel.

After Reaching Kathmandu you would be received by one of our representative. Adventure Alpine Gorkha Treks will transfer to your respective hotel. Explore around the streets of Kathmandu especially Thamel area. Trek briefing includes welcome dinner in authentic Nepalese restaurants with culture programs of the country

Day 02Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley and near as well as trek preparation.

After having breakfast it’s time for sightseeing of Kathmandu and places of interest near Kathmandu. To have preparation for Everest Base Camp trek.

Day 03Drive Kathmadnu To Dhunche

Drive up to the gateway between Langtang National Park’s check point. The drive is through the roads of Dhunche a mountainous village situated 2,030 m above sea level, in Rasuwa district. After nearly 8 hours of drive through scenic gorges and valleys, we arrive at the first stop at Parvati Kunda, a pristine alpine fresh lake which derives its name from the famous Hindu Goddess Parvati, also the consort of Lord Shiva. Here colorfully dressed up villagers from the local Tamang ethnic group gather around to greet us. Enjoy an evening de-stressing, with campfire and some local dancing and singing.

Day 04Trek Dhunche to Somdang

Wake up early morning to a breathtaking sunrise, with the glimpse of Ganesh Himal range, then pack your bags and ascend your way through the quiet trails filled with mesmerizing pine and Rhododendron forests to Yuri Kharka (also lunch spot). The day starts with a further ascent through magical pine forests past creeks and trees covered with moss . The trail is a paradise for flora lovers and researchers who are interested to learn more about Alpine forests, as there are more than 100 species of wild flora on the trail.The view is of endless rolling valleys covered with pine forests, as we slowly enter Khurpu Bhanjyang and then dropping down to Somdang Valley, which is a beautiful gorge with sprawling green meadows ,featuring the beautiful 200 m Chukarma waterfall. First camp is besides an old abandoned mine.

Day 05Trek Somdang to Pangsang Kharka,

This hike is the test of one’s endurance and strength , as we take a steep trek up to the highest pass along the border of Rasuwa and Dhading districts also called Pangsang Kharka, one of the most scenic trials in the route, the ascent is up to 4,400 m (14500 ft), where the top is like a terrace with a stunning viewpoint of the broad panorama of the surrounding terrain. Enjoy the view of the majestic Manaslu to the north, and the entire Ganesh Himal range. The large meadow is graced with a giant entry gateway and is a sensational location for camping and taking in the breathtaking scenery. Locals are initiating to build a basic lodge accommodation the right pass of the Pangsang but have not built yet, so trekkers are recommended to take own tent for the night camp or just pass your night sheltered in poor yak hut. Dry fruits or food highly recommend taking for your dinner.

Day 06Trek dowdn Tipling village

The highlight of the trip is when we enter Tipling village, an old quaint village, inhabited mostly by the Tamang ethnicity. The village is the furthest one can experience away from city life, as the terrain is dominated with a culture rich in Shamanism and Tantrism. The religious influence is of both Hinduism and Buddhism, interwoven with the worship of natural forces. The feature of this village are the two Tibetan Gompas covered with colorful flags, where often local village children with wind dried red cheeks and dirty clothes, perch, to welcome tourists with Rhododendrons in their tiny hands.

Day 07Trek back Tipling to Shertung

The next village on the trail is a mixture of tradition, culture, color and vibrance. Shertung 1,875 m is a village largely inhabited by Tamangs. The name Shertung means “place of gold”. According to legend , two brothers in search of gold were led here by a dream and thus the settlement was born. The people here are warm and welcome visitors to their homes and offer warm meals. One of the highlight of this village, is the Shaman or Jhakri dance , performed as a healing ritual. The Ghode or Horse dance is also performed which is said to have been derived from Tibetan culture. The hospitable people of this area have unique customs and craftsmanship and traditional dances, including a hospitable welcome dance, Ghatu dance, Dohori is also popular with call and response between male and female participants, a type of courtship ritual, complemented by folk music. Some dances depend on the time of year and take place during festivals including the Maruni dance during Dashain and Tihar.

Day 08Trek to Tpling to Jharlang Village

The next day’s trail descends to Borlang and then to Ukhum for lunch. The trail then takes a turn, as we pass through the Lishne Jungle, crossing several suspension bridges, till we eventually arrive to Jharlang Village, another fine viewpoint for a panoramic view of the peaks. This charming village’s main attractions are its huts laid with black slate stones, it is a small village with a colorful vibrance. Walk through fields of barley and maize, to the scenic view of Ganesh Himal I and II.

Day 09Trek to Kintang and drive back to Kathmadnu

Walk through lush green forests, and paddy fields, and arrive at Kintang Phedi, a river basin spot, perfect to camp and unwind, take a dip in the cool waters of the Ankhu River. Take a jeep or a bus back to Dhadhing Besi, where you can catch a bus back to Kathmandu.

Day 10Leisure day for individual activities or short sightseeing tour.

Relax and spend peaceful day in Kathmandu to soothe yourself from adventurous Everest Base Camp trekking. Join for optional sightseeing tour and explore at places of interest in Kathmandu or nearby Kathmandu. Enjoy individual activities and do some souvenirs shopping at last day in Nepal.

Day 11Final Departure to respective countries.

The adventure in Nepal comes to an end today. Depart from the hotel as per your scheduled time for international flights. A representative from Trailblazer Tours and Trek will drop you to Kathmandu International airport to catch your schedule flight 3 hours before. Wish for your Safe journey and Farwell with splendid memories of Everest Base Camp Trekking adventure of great experience.