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Helambu Trekking

The Helambu region is a relatively low altitude trek and one of the most convenient of the short trek close to Kathmandu but crowd less. For a spectrum of Nepali people and the Himalayas, the Helambu trek is unrivalled. The trek passes through some beautiful forests and very interesting villages on route. As the journey progresses you visit the homes of Brahmins, Tamangs and Sherpa people of Nepal. This place has scenic grandeur and pleasant climate as well as a long history of Buddhism, culture and ancient tradition of Tamang and Sherpas. In Helambu region the Sherpa are quite distinct from the Sherpas of Solu khumbu(Everest region) both in language and customs. The people in Helambu where carefully exploited to a lower cast because of a Nepali king who was afraid they could give rebellion as they live all around the city regions. To this result, they still live in backward civilization. The ranges of mountains that rise above us match the diversity of the people we meet. From low altitudes we have excellent views of mountains that include Langtang, the Annapurnas, Manaslu and even Everest on a clear day. This is a pleasant and exciting journey, a time to relax and become immersed in the beauty of the Himalayas.

Day 1:  Arrived in Kathmandu
Namaste and welcome to Nepal, You’ll be met and assisted at the airport by our local representatives who will arrange your transfer and check in to your hotel.

Day 2: Sightseeing / Cultural Day In Kathmandu
Half day sightseeing around Kathmandu, Patan city where you will have time to fascinating Buddhist and Hindu temples and shrines reflecting ancient local tradition are highlighted on my guided tour. There’s time to explore the city’s many charms on your own or take a rest while I finalize trekking area permits. In the evening delicious traditional Nepali well come dinner await for you. Q/N in Kathmandu.

Day 3     Kathmandu – Chisapani
Drive from Kathmandu to Sundarijal northern edge of the Kathmandu valley about 1 hour by taxi and start to hike up to Mulkharka the sprawling Tamang settlement. The trail continues gently climb through the forests ridges than it drops down to Chisopai (cold water)(2300m.) situated on the ridge from where you can see countless snow peaks. Stay overnight there. Q/N at Chisopani.

Day 4     Chisapani – Kutumsang
The trail continues to drop down to Pati Bhanjyang than start climb up to Chipling (2170m.) where we can stop for lunch. From here to Kutumsang the trail traverses through delightful, classic hill village with a nice street, some shops where there are good mountains views. Overnight at Kutumsang.

Day 5     Kutumsang- Tharepati
From Kutumsang the first part of the trail climbs on a step, eroded trail and rhododendron forest without settlements but few shepherd’s huts. When we walk on the ridge we can see views of Langtang and Gosaikunda Peaks. The trail now descends to Magen Goth where we will stop of lunch than the trail makes some ups and downs passing through forests to reaches Tharepati (3490m). The whole day trek takes about 5.30 hours. Stay overnight here. Q/A at Tharepati.

Day 6:   Melamchi Goun- Gangjwal
From Melamchi gaun, the trail continues to descend to the Malemchi Khola. After crossing its suspension bridge at 1890m the trail begins the ascent towards Tarke Gyang, which is the largest village in Helambu region. We will have a lunch here than we will walk on a gradual flat trail to attractive village of Gangjwal(2500m). Total hours about 5 hours. Stay overnight at Ganjwal

Day 7:  Gangjwal –Kakani
The trail is quite easy, it continues at around the same altitude along the side of the ridge, crossing a number of streams in the heart of Helambu region. Then we reach at the edge of the large village of Sermathang (2620m). There are some old gompa and Langtang National Park Office. Lunch at Sermathang then the trail follows the ridges passing shorten and drop to the tiny pretty village of Kakani situated on the ridge. This is a wonderful place for splendid mountains views where we will stop for overnight. Q/N at Kakani.

Day 8:  Kakani- Melamchi- Kathmandu
From Kakani the trail traverse several picturesque small villages and drops to Melamchi Pul Bazaar about 3 hour where we can have lunch. Malamchi Bazaar has a collection of shops and teahouses and abundant lodges. After lunch we can drive to Kathmandu by vehicle about 4 hours on the Kodari road. 



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