Monday, March 5, 2018

Sightseeing places in Nepal-Kathmandu,Pokhara,Lumbini

  • Kathmandu Vally
  • Pokhara Vally
  • Lumbini (buddha birth's place)

Vally sightseeing in Nepal
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Weather and best time to travel in Nepal


Weather condition in Nepal




WEATHER & BEST TIME TO TRAVEL NEPAL

Nepal climate varies according to its season. Autumn and spring are the two most favorable seasons for visiting Nepal.Autumn starts from early September to early December and brings in clear weather with sunny days and warm nights. Whereas spring starts from the beginning of March to the end of May with occasional rain falls. From June to September, is the monsoon season. Trekking is generally difficult and uncomfortable as the climate of Nepal at this time of year brings about hot weather and rain falls almost every day. The trails become muddy and are often leech-infested. Moreover, the mountains are usually obscured by cloud. There are, however, possibilities for summer trekking in the trans-Himalayan regions of Mustang, Dolpo and Tibet. These regions lie in a rain-shadow and therefore receive significantly less precipitation than the more southerly areas.

CLIMATE CONSIDERATION FOR TREKKING TRIPS

Autumn (mid-September to end-November)
This is the most popular time to trek. Generally during autumn, the weather is clear with mild to warm days and cold nights. However, in the higher altitude, the nights drop into freezing temperature. In this season, the mountains views are astonishingly clear.


Approach to winter and the mid winter (end-November through March)
It is also possible to trek during winter, from December until the end of February. Daytime temperatures will be cooler; however, the nights will often be very cold. The days are generally clear but occasional winter storms can bring snow as low as 2500m. Early October through late November is also the busiest period for trekking. But in mid winter (January through March), trekking is more challenging in the high altitudes with semi-regular snowfall followed by more winter storms, which break the long fine periods. The mid-December to mid-February is the coldest time.


As snow gets harder and wind condition remains stabilized in early winter, climbing some of trekking peaks is possible. Climbing Mera peak, Island peak, Chulu, and trekking in Annapurna, Everest, Langtang in early winter have been quite popular over the past few years.

Spring and early summer (mid-March through May)
In the spring, the mornings are usually clear but afternoon cloud build-up brings occasional showers. The days are mix up with warm and rain, which displays wildflowers like rhododendrons. The whole country is lush and an abundant green at this season. This period instigate the second most popular and pleasant trekking season as this is rice-planting time. Late-march into April is especially beautiful. It is also a good time for climbing as the high passes are usually snow free and the mountain views are still clear in April. Up to May, the weather becomes hazy and disturbed with the clouds.


  


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Adventures Trek in Nepal



Dhaulagiri adventure trekking in Nepal
Highlights of the Trip:

Beautiful landscape
- Many over 8000m. Mountains including Holy Mountain Mt. Machapuchere (Mt. Fishtail) Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu & other many white peaks will be observe.
- Experience unbelievable Gurung, Thakali and many different culture
- Many Buddhist Monastery and Hindu temples can visit.
- Visit Pilgrimage famous Hindu Temple Muktinath.
- Trekking alone with world Dippiest Gorge “Kali Gandaki” valley
- Trekking alone with Gurung Village and culture

.Starting from: - Pokhara.
Ending at: - Pokhara
Grade: - Moderate.
Highest access of the trek: - Jhaljhala Pass
Culture: - Mixed and exciting
Mode of trekking tour: - Camping
Himalayan sights: - Mt Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna and many more.
Most Attraction of the trek: - Adventure, Exciting off touristy area trekking
    

Dhaulagiri trekking in Nepal, is one of most adventure trek in Nepal.This trek has high altitude pass like -French pass(5365m),Thapa pass(5244m),Dhampus pass(4915m)Trekking around Dhaulagiri is an exceptional trek the passes through staggering alpine terrain. Until recently few trekkers ever attempted it but now foreign trekking companies advertise it along side standard treks. It isn't standard, being tough and demanding and has shocked many trekkers who expected something similar to the Annapurna Circuit or the Everest trek. It is better labelled as an extreme route; extreme, because you need a
rope and should also take ice-axe and crampons. Going without a guide It is very difficulty.With its extended high altitude nature it should only be attempted when snow-free, from late September to December or perhaps May and early June. This means don't go during March or April, these times can be particularly unpredictable and dangerous.This trek begins at the lowlands of Baglung inhabited by the Brahmins and Chhetries. In the trek, come across the Gurung and Magar Tribes. Beginning from Sal and Pristine Pine forest, the trail foes to barren lands from where we embark on mountain experience with the exquisite Dhaulagiri in front of us. We cross the French Pass and then the Dhampus Pass. which offers the breath-taking view of the Dhaulagiri Range, the Annapurna Range, Nilgiri and a look at the deepest gorge in the world, the Kaligandaki gorge.  the trek finish at Marpha then after it takes 3 days way to Ghorepani/Poonhill to come back in Pokhara.



Itinearay:

(Please Note: If the Below schedule does not meet your need and interest, I can design individualized travel plans based on your preferences.)  

Day 1: Drive to beni and next drive to Dharbang by local mini bus or jeep (1110m)-Tea house 
Day2: Trek to Sibang(1780m)-Tea house
Day 3: Trek to Jugepani (near of Mahafala)-(1600m)-Tea house
Day 4: Trek to Bagar (Lunch and night stop same place)-(2080m)-Tea house
Day 5: Trek to Dovan –(2520m)-Tea house
Day 6: Trek to Shalla ghari(near Chaur bag)-(3445m)-Tea house
Day 7: Trek to Itilian base camp –(3660m)-Tea house
Day 8: ccolamitization day and rest day-Tea house
Day 9: Trek to Japanese base camp –(3890m)-Camping
Day 10: Trek to Dhaulagiri base camp –(4750m)-Camping
Day 11: Trek to Hidden vally camp-(5140m)-Camping
Day 12: Trek to Yak Kharka(4800m)-Camping
Day 13 Trek to Marpha (2670m)-Tea house
Day 14 Trek to Jomsom-Tea house
Day 15 flight to pokhara
Dhorpatan Trekking in NepalDhorpatan trekking in Nepal , Dhaulagiri trekking in Nepal
 
A pleasant trek through mixed country and views of impressive mountains, the trail takes you to the spacious Dhorpatan valley. The major ethnic groups of this region are Thakali, Tibetan, Chettri ,Brahmin and Magar. Amalgamation of different ethnic group has resulted in a mixed pattern of cultures in this region. Nauthar is an indigenous minority community of this region. Uttar Ganga Bhanjyang festival which falls in the full-moon, during the month of Bhadra (Aug-Sept) is celebrated with great pomp and show every year. 7000 goats are sacrificed by the locals during this festival. Dense forests of fir, pine, birch, rhododendron, hemlock, oak, juniper and rhododendron mark this trail. The forest is home to endangered animals like leopard, goral, serow, himalayan thar, black bear and barking deer. While crossing the Jaljala we get magnificent views of Dhaulagiri and Annapurnas. A highlight of the trip is the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. Covering an area of 1,325 sq. km., the reserve is situated on the southern flanks of Mt. Dhaulangiri I (8,167 m.) in districts of Rukum, Baglung and Myagdi in western Nepal. Over here controlled hunting of some species is allowed.
In Rukum, you get to experience the Jorshey culture. Traditional dancers perform the Danphe & Peacock dance, which shows a danphe (impeyan pheasant) trapping a peacock with its sweet song.
You get to visit traditional villages at Darbang, Takam , Genthung, and explore Syarpu and Gurjaghat lakes.

Outline Itinerary:
(Please Note: If the Below schedule does not meet your need and interest, I can design individualized travel plans based on your preferences.)
Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2 Kathmandu Bypass- Myagdi- Beni – Tatopani
Day 3 Myagdi- Tatopani to Darbahang
Day 4 Darbhang to Takam Village
Day 5 Takam to muna High Camp
Day 6 Muna to Gurjaghat
Day 7 Gurjaghat- Dorpatan- Lunch camp
Day 8 Dorpatan Rest day
Day 9 Dorpatan- Nishaldor
Day 10 Nishaldor- Sherathung
Day 11 Shera thung to Tak
Day 12 Tak- to Shera
Day 13 Shera to Birgumkhani
Day 14 Birgumkhani- Sherpudaka Lake
Day 15 Sherpudaka Lake- Rukumkot
Day 16 Rukumkot to Kalanga
Day 17 Kalanga to Kathmandu



Activity
: Sightseeing, Eco-trekking
Starts in : Kathmandu Ends in : Kathmandu Trek type : Camping
Accommodation : Hotel and Camping
Meals : Hotel/ tented camps
Transportation : Flight/tourist bus/Pack animals

Trekking Fees & Permits

Trekking in Nepal :


Trekking Fees & Permits
A trekking permit is required to trek in any part of Nepal. If you want to trek two areas, you will need two permits. Each permit requires details for the route and region.
Note:
* Through registered trekking agencies only.
Permit fees are quoted in US$ but  payable in Nepali Rupees
Trekking Permits will not be extended past your Visa Expiry Date
2 Passport photos required
National Park Fees
Fourteen areas of Nepal have been designated National Parks, Wildlife Reserve and Conservation Areas (no one speaks about the Hunting Reserve). To trek in any of these areas, you may need an additional permit.
Annapurna Region have to pay a fee of Rs. 3000(Include tax) which is payable at the Information and Entry Fee Collection Counter of Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), The toll is utilized for environment conservation and maintenance of the areas .for Everest and Langtang trek per person Nepali rupees  3000 +13 % tax.
Restricted areas which have been opened for Group Trekking
The following restricted areas are open only for group trekkers. And a trekking permit will not be issued to individual trekkers for such areas. The areas and required fees are as follows:
 
Trekking
Trekking Permit Fee
1
i) Dolpa district
Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

For the first 10 days per person US $500 and After 10 days per day per person Us$50

a) Areas of lower Dolpa
 
b) Areas of Upper Dolpa

ii) Taplejung District
Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
2
Kanchanjanga Region

(Areas of Olangchunggola,
Lelep, Papung and
Yamphudin Village
Development Committee)
3
i) Mustang district. (Upper Mustang)
For the first 10 days per person US $500 and After 10 days per day per person Us$50.
4
iv) Gorkha District:
From September to November per week per person US$ 70 and After 7 days per day per person US$ 10.and From December to August per week per person US$ 50 and After 7 days per day per person US$ 7 /Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

A. (Manaslu Area)

B. Chhekampar & Chumchet VDC(Sirdibas-Lokpa-Cumling-Chhekampar-Nile-Chhule Area)
From September to November per person US$35 for first 8 days and from December to August per person US$25 for first 8 days or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
5
v) Dolakha District  (Gauri Shankar &
Lamabagar)
Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

vi)Humla District (Simikot and Yari):-
For the first 7 days per person US$ 50 and After 7 days per day per person US$ 7 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

Areas of Limi and Muchu
village Development
Committee, and area way to
Tibet via Tangekhola of
Darma Village Development
committee.
Trekking fee of other restricted areas imposed by Nepal government
6
vii) Rasuwa District :- Thuman and Timure
per week per person US$ 10, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
7
viii) Sankhuwasabha District
For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

(Makalu Region):-Areas of
Kimathanka, Chepuwa,Hatiya and
Pawakhola Village
Development Committee.
8
ix) Solukhumbu District
For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

(Everest Region):-All north-
west area way from Thame
to Nangpala of Namche
Village Development
Committee
9
x) Manang District:- Areas of Nar, Phu, and Northern
area of Tilche Village of
Thochhe Village
Development Committee
From September to November per week per person US$ 90 and December to August per week per person US$ 75 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
10
xi) Mugu District:- Areas of
Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu and
Bhangri.
For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person Us$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency..
11
xii) Baihang District:-Areas
of Kanda, Saipal, Dhuli.
For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person Us$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency..
12
xiii) Darchula District:- Areas
of Byas Village
Development Committee.
For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person Us$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency..
Note:
Trekking fee can be paid in Nepalese currency: Notwithstanding anything written in above, the Indian citizen can pay in Nepalese currency equivalent to US Dollars.
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