See Nepal Trek

  • Duration 14 Days
  • Trip Difficulty Easy to Moderate
  • AccommodationCamping
  • TransportationPrivate Tourists Bus
  • DestinationNepal
  • Activity: Sight seeing, Trekking & Community Works
  • Starts in: Katmandu
  • Ends in: Katmandu
  • Trek Type: Fully Organized Trek (FOT)
  • Maximum Height: 3195m
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    About Trip

    Rasuwa District is a part of Bagmati zone of Nepal; it is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. Dhunche is the district headquarters, covers an area of 1,544 km² & has a population of 44,731. The district of Rasuwa is also known as The Land of Tamangs, (It is proposed to be Tamasaling State of Republic Nepal) as nearly 80% of people from this region are from this casts. Tamang is a name of a cast of which there are many different sub-castes. Other ethnics groups like Brahmin, Newar, Magar, and Chhetri are also living in this district. The political boundaries: In the east Sindhupalchowk and Tibet Autonomous Region of China West: Dhading North: Tibet Autonomous Region of China South: Nuwakot. The major rivers of this Area are Bhote Koshi, Chilime, Langtang, Phalankhu, and Trisuli & Mailong.  The climate of this region is Sub-tropical, Temperate & Alpine whereas the Himalaya peaks in this area are Ganesh Himal, Gosainkunda & Langtang. The main occupations of this area are Potato Farming and do trekking in the Seasons. The dense oak & pine forests on the trail up to the hill are of particular Interest. As usual and this part of Nepal, the rhododendron from a spectacular display during the spring. Look for deer & monkeys in the lower forests and perhaps, Tahr and Pika on the alpine hillsides. The animals seen in this region are deer, bear, wild boar, Red Panda, wild cock, wild dog, Leopard, Tiger etc….

    This trek is one of the most spectacular treks in the Ganesh Himal region of the Himalayas and although it isn’t the toughest trek in Nepal.  This Trek takes place well away from commercial trekking routes, between the Langtang and Ganesh regions. It’s unlikely you’ll run into other trekkers, apart from your group- so this area remains a beautiful environment of pristine forests, small traditional villages and striking Mountain Vistas. The route mainly follows the ridgelines of the Ganesh Himal- so in good weather, there will be panoramic views of the region both while walking and from the campsites.

    The See Nepal Trekking is 16 days in Total. The eight days trek is one of the most spectacular treks in the Ganesh Himal & Langtang region of the Himalayas. 

    Outline Itinerary

    • Day 01: Arrive Katmandu
    • Day 02: Day tour to Boudhanath & Pashupatinath
    • Day 03: Drive from Katmandu to Nuwakot Farm House (6 Hours) stay Overnight
    • Day 04: Drive from Nuwakot to Kalikasthan (2hrs) 1550m
    • Day 05: Farm House to Diling 2250m
    • Day 06: Diling to labung (5-6hrs) 3195m altitude
    • Day 07: Labung to Dumrang Chaur (5-6hrs) 2200m altitude
    • Day 08: Dumrang Chaur to Jhib Jhibe (4-5 hrs) 1600m altitude
    • Day 09: Jhib Jhibe
    • Day 10: Jhib Jhibe to Katmandu
    • Day 11: Departure

    Cost Includes:

    • Arrival & Departure
    • Welcome Dinner with Cultural programmes
    • Half Day Sight Seeing with fluent English speaking guides
    • City Tour Entrance Fees
    • Accommodations on BB on 5 star Hotel
    • The Famous Farm House in Nuwakot
    • All ground Transports for Group & Staffs
    • TIMS
    • Applicable Fees & Permits
    • Trek Leader
    • 3 Times Meal during the Trek
    • All Kitchen & Camping Equipments like member Tents, Dining Tent,  Toilet Tents, & Mattress
    • All Supporting staffs & their wages
    • Trekking Gears Duffle Bags, sleeping Bags, Down Jackets, Liner…
    • Insurance of  Supporting staffs
    • First Aid Kit

    Cost Excludes:

    • Visas
    • All Personal Nature
    • Tips
    • Travel Insurance
    • Day 01Arrive KatmanduOn arrival, you will be met by our Trek Operator and taken to the Hotel in centered Katmandu. You will be having a Briefing of the planned activities. The group will be issued with a trek pack: sleeping bag, inner sheet, duffle bag, and down jacket.
    • Day 02Day tour to Boudhanath & Pashupatinath Today you are exploring some of the places of Katmandu which are listed in World Heritage Sites. In the morning you are meting your city Guide in Hotel and then Head towards the Boudhnath (the Buddhist Temple with Monks) and then you will be taken to the Pasupati Temple (the Temple of Hindu) & therefore Guide will explain in details for both Boudha & Pasupatinath Temple.
    • Day 03Drive from Katmandu to Nuwakot Farm House (6 Hours) stay OvernightLeaving the KTM, the road journey winds towards the Forest with views of Manaslu (the 8000m Peak), Dorjee Lakpa, Ganesh Himal and langtang- this is your first introduction to the mountain ranges of the mighty Himalayas. The place called Nuwakot; we will be having our Lunch at The Famous Farm House.
    • Day 04Drive from Nuwakot to Kalikasthan (2hrs) 1550m After Breakfast we start our short Bus drive following the trisuli Bazaar and Betrawoti we headed to our destination called Ramche-where you will get a sense of getting off the beaten Track! On the arrival in Kalikasthan, we’ll meet our Trekking Crew and our bags will be organized as we set off trekking toward our first campsite at Jhib Jhibe Farm House. The terrain is mixed with some ascents and at other times level walking with impressive views of Ganesh, the valleys of Trisuli and also see the jhib jhibe Village where most of our crew’s from. We will walk through the Rhododendron Forest. We will also see small tamang community looking after their cattle and get inside the National Park.
    • Day 05Farm House to Diling 2250mNow you will be heading towards your destination. You are walking up hill and then gradual down and up again. From the top of the ridge, we will able to see Ganesh Himal, Langtang and few other Himalaya ranges. Walking through the Rhododendron Forests and Listening the song sing by the birds, we will see some of the Huts on our Trail where farmers are living and graze their cattle. We will also see the ranges of Lauribina pass the Gosainkunda Lake Trail. We will see how the remote people are living and see the real faces and you will compare between the life in Australia and Nepal. Totally different no any things to compare. We will be camping Diling Ground. You can enjoy playing the Cricket or balls in the ground with our Crew. Of Course Australia VS Nepal Cricket Match.
    • Day 06Diling to labung (5-6hrs) 3195m altitudeAfter Breakfast we will walk up to the hills and also met some Villagers who greet us with ‘Namaste’, the traditional Nepalese greeting, as we pass through chettri and Brahmin settlements. The word Labung come from the Tamang Language in which it means the strong winds blows all the time. The scale of the imposing mountains astounds us as we reach the ridge top and gaze at the adjacent peaks. We will see the Villagers carrying the heavy loads of grasses and wood for their shelter carrying from the forest.
      There are two distinct inclines through forest of pine and rhododendron where we break out above the tree line into alpine pastures. The mountain becomes closer and we are able to see the dramatic glacial system that runs of the snowy giants. The animals found in this area are Red Panda, Leopard. Wild Boar, Bear, Wild Cock, Fox, Jackal & even tiger sometimes.
      The trails that are following are exclusively used by locals to move their cattles during the summer to the high pastures for grazing. We arrive at labung in the afternoon where we can relax and take in `the intoxicating mountain scenery or talk with air Nepalese trekking crew who provides endless tales and information mountain Himalayas.
    • Day 07Labung to Dumrang Chaur (5-6hrs) 2200m altitudeBe prepared for a day walking that can be hard on the Knees. We descend from our high camp following pine, Oak & rhododendron forest down to the villages Aru Kharka (Previously there used to be peaches farm). Aru Kharka is quite big Village among we saw in our trek where there are full of Tamang People living in their own.
    • Day 08Dumrang Chaur to Jhib Jhibe (4-5 hrs) 1600m altitudeEarly morning, we will hear some of the voices of People near our camp, but we needn’t have to worry because they are going to graze their cattle to the forest and will return by the evening. After Breakfast We then commence walk to the place called Sar Seu Khandatar, where the Royal Family used own the lands and cattle were kept there and used to graze, 110 years ago. Through the small trails we then came to the village called betang, where another tamang village is. We will visit school and little Buddhist Monastery. After crossing the tamang Village, We’ll able to see the schools, Hospitals and the village of Jhib jhibe, passing the landslides near by the village we came to our final camp called jhib jhibe. In this village there are different ethnic group like Brahmin, Tamnag, Newar, Gurung etc.
    • Day 09Jhib JhibeAfter Breakfast, we walk down to the lower school and we will be greet by the teachers and small students saying NAMASTE. We will be visiting the class room and see how’s the difference between the classes of Australia and Nepal. Then we will have our lunch at our camp site then by the evening time we will again visit the upper school with different cultural show. After our busy day of visiting, we will now celebrate our last day with our staffs and other local members showing their cultural Performances.
    • Day 10Jhib Jhibe to KatmanduAfter Breakfast we will packed all of our things and our porters will take our luggage to the bus station. Then saying bye bye to the village jhib jhibe then we will come on the riverside following the Trisuli River. At the places called Kakani, we will be having our lunch with Trout. This place is popular for trout.
    • Day 11Departure