Panch Pokhari Trekking is one of the wild and recently opened non-traveler trekking course in Nepal which is named by five blessed lakes and Hindus journey. Panch Pokhari trekking offers the unblemished himalaya perspectives, societies and conventions merited by ethnic gatherings of Nepal and furthermore offering a trekking background to the base of Jugal Himal towards north East of Kathmandu. This zone is known as culture legacy, fantastic magnificence and organic differing qualities.
The Panch Pokhari trek starts from Chautara, going through the country of Sherpa and Tamang individuals, and goes up to 4000m at Panchpokhari, a journey site and finishes at the Tibetan outskirt “Tatopani”. Bunches of chronicled spots, Caves and normally delightful lakes are the most exceptional and highlighted some portion of Panch Pokhari trekking.
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Day01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m)
As you land in the TIA airport in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by representative from Trekking in Nepal. You will complete your custom formalities and then meet with our representative who will take you to the luxurious hotel. You will be briefly explained about the 14days Panchpokhari Trek and then enjoy the welcome dinner in the evening.
Day02: Drive to Chautara (1200m)
We will leave our hotel early in the morning and head northeast of Kathmandu. We will cover 328km of distance in about 5hrs to reach Chautara which is the Headquarter of Sindhupalchowk district. There is facility of bank and lodges in Chautara. We will find the appropriate hotel in Chautara and stay overnight.
Day03: Trek to Phusre (2045m)
Phusre is the scenic yet small village located at 2045m altitude. We will cross the river and take the steep climb to reach Phusre which is the small village of Tamang ethnics. The route although will be tiring, it will reward us with views of Gaurishankar, Dorjelakpa and other mountains and peaks.
Day04: Trek to Kami Kharka (2845m)
Leaving Phusre village behind, we will take the steep climb through the forested ridge. Crossing the forest of pine and blooming rhododendrons, we will reach the top of ridge offering views of Jugal Himal Range, Gaurishankar and Dorje Lakpa. Ascending further, we will reach meadow at Kamikharka where we will stay overnight.
Day05: Trek to Pauwa Bas (3000m)
On this day, we will pass through rather plain land where we can have the sight of dispersed and temporary settlement of nomads. We will follow the trail through forest to Pauwabas where we will stay overnight. Devotees on their trek to Panchpokhari take rest in rest house at Pauwabas.
Day06: Trek to Hile Bhanjyang (3400m)
The trail escalates further through forest of bamboo, rhododendron, pine and oak to the top of ridge where Hilebhanjyang is located. Village of mixed ethnics exists at the top of Hilebhanjyang. We will enjoy the sight of cascading waterfall and river valley from Hilebhanjyang.
Day07: Trek to Nasimpati (3700m)
After an early breakfast, we will take the escalating trail that proceeds through forest. Later, we will arrive at the vast open expanse of land that offers striking views of Jugal Himal Range and Gaurishankar Himal. We will stay overnight at Nasimpati.
DayO8: Trek to Panchpokhari (4100m)
We will reach our ultimate destination of Panchpokhari on this day. Panchpokhari is the religiously significant trek. The region holds altogether five different lakes lying adjacent to each other and thus it was named Panchpokhari which means Five Lakes. We will pass through Laurebina Pass to PanchPokhari. Jugal Himal Range, Gosaikunda and Rolwaling Himal Range can be seen from Panchpokhari. Great fare is organized in Janai Purnima that coincides with month of August.
Day09: Trek to Nasimpati (3700m)
Return trek begins on 9th day. We will cross Laurebinayak Pass and retrace our route through forest to Nasimpati.
Day10: Trek to Dukhang (2100m)
The trail proceeds through forest of pine, juniper, bamboo and other alpine flowers for about six hours to reach Dukhang. We will walk through the way decorated with prayer flags and chortens to reach Dukhang which is the village of Tamang and Sherpa ethnics.
Day11: Trek to Dhap (1200m)
After brief descent, we will reach Indrawati River. Walking along Indrawati River, we will proceed through crop fields to Dhap which is the Tamang Village. We will stay overnight at Dhap.
Day12: Trek to Melamchipul (800m)
Following Indrawati River, we will move in and out of scenic villages and cross the terraced fields. We will view Hydropower Project in Melamchi and proceed through tea houses to Melamchipul Bazaar where we will stay overnight.
Day13: Drive to Kathmandu
We will take 4hrs of drive to Kathmandu where we will stay in hotel in Kathmandu.
You will be assisted in your last moment preparation afterwards which our representative will take you to International Airport from where you will move to your next destination.
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