Although a challenging climb, Lobuche Peak Climbing is favored as a favorite climbing venture by most climbers. Beginning the trip with endearing treks through Sherpa villages and Sagarmatha National Park, the journey culminates at the summit of the Lobuche Peak (6119m). The summit has a panoramic view of Everest (8,848 m), Lhotse (8,414 m), Ama Dablam (6,856 m), Nuptse (7,861 m), Cholatse (6,335 m), and Pumo Ri (7,165 m). The trek prior to the climb also takes you along the classic Everest Base Camp Trek revealing a number of cultural attractions as well.
This 20-day climbing journey begins at Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, you will visit some UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and prepare for the trek. You will take a flight to Tenzing-Hilary Airstrip in Lukla and begin trekking. The trek passes through popular Sherpa villages namely Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep en route to Everest Base Camp. Walk along with other climbers and trekkers, and locals, and yaks on the trek. A short hike from Gorakshep will take you to Kalapatthar that offers the up-close sight of the Everest summit.
Afterward, you’ll descend back to Lobuche village and take a detour east of the village to arrive at Lobuche High Camp (5,400m) located at the southwest ridge of the peak. The final climb accounts for a sharp ascent with an exposed ridge that poses difficulty. You will use fixed rope and climb up with the help of ice-axe and crampons. Once at the summit, you’ll be welcomed with the beautiful sight of the Everest Mountain Range. Afterward, you’ll descend to Pangboche village and trek back to Lukla via Namche. Compared to most other small-peaks, Lobuche requires some climbing and technical knowledge. Lobuche East remains accessible during two different seasons, spring (Mar-Jun) and autumn (Sep-Nov).
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Rara Lake Trek is an adventurous trek in far-west Nepal, which is rest to the Rara National Park. This park is a reserve for Himalayan alpine and sub-alpine flora and fauna. Rara Lake Trek runs through some of the wildest regions in Nepal and fully explores the magnificent national park. An endless stretch of forest and meadows with occasional mountain views makes up for a great trip which takes you to the heavenly Rara Lake.
The Rara Lake Trek is an off-the-beaten-path trek in Nepal. As usual, your arrival in Kathmandu will begin a journey to the remote far west. A day in Kathmandu valley for trek preparation and permit application also includes a sightseeing tour of UNESCO World Heritage sites. The next day, a flight to Nepalgunj and, then to Jumla marks the start this trek. Generally, Rara Lake Trek will take you across a pristine landscape and a host of valleys including Jumla, Padmara, Tila, and Sinja valley. Discover the hidden culture of tribes within the park while on the lookout for wildlife such as black bear, red panda, and musk deer.
The vista of this serene lake against the backdrop of the Himalayas up north makes up for a tantalizing scenery. Camping in the lake and a visit to the Rara village gives the feel of living in the wild. This trail then takes us on a circuit through Ghorosingha and Jaljala back to Jumla. Spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) are the best times to trekking in Nepal. While a trek in monsoon is adventurous, so we recommend you take this trek during the autumn and spring seasons.
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Considered to be the best general trek, The Manaslu Circuit Trek is along the Central Himalayan region of Nepal and is an off-the-beaten-path trail that is popular yet traversed by few. And for its accessibility and pristine beauty, the trek is gaining popularity among frequent as well as novice travelers. Enjoy a 17-day spectacle of cultural and bio-diversity accompanied by a challenging hike through a captivating landscape, colossal gorges, gigantic peaks, and a rattling Budi Gandaki River.
Kick off the trip with a sightseeing tour of UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu Valley. A preparation day, with trekking permit procedures on-going in the background, enjoys exploring the capital city of Nepal. And a road trip to Arughat allows the trekking boots to come into use. Trek to Soti Khola is followed by one to Machha Khola along the raging Budhi Gandaki River. At once a feeling of having teleported to a remote locale sets in with an introduction to the astonishing lifestyle of people depicting a detachment from worldly pleasures.
An excursion past the village of Deng, Samagaon, and Bimthang will unravel the colorful Magar; Tamang and Tibetan influenced culture prevalent in this region. Similarly, the culture and practices along these villages on the trek offer insight into the history of the ethnic communities. And the highlight of this trek will be a visit to the Manaslu Base Camp along with a hike up the highest point of this Manaslu Circuit trek, the Larkya La Pass (5160m). Enjoy the views of Mount Manaslu (8163m) along with a host of other peaks in the region. The trek finally descends along Tatopani and Syange followed by a drive to Kathmandu concluding the trip. While Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) are the best months to take on the trek.
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Being naturally elegant and culturally rich, Nepal is a trekker’s paradise welcoming hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. Tamang Heritage Trail Trek is one of the trekking routes that perfectly blend the intact natural splendor with unexploited cultural beauty. Culture, traditions, costumes of indigenous Tamang community, the architecture of mountain house, the view of majestic peaks, diverse terrain, and vegetation in the Tamang Heritage Trail Trek is set to left anyone spellbound.
This 10 days long trek of Tamang Heritage Trail assures jovial trekking experience to the trekkers. The journey begins with your arrival in Kathmandu followed by a day drive from Kathmandu to Sybrubensi. The trek begins here, as do most of the treks to Langtang. Then, the trekking route traverses through the charming Tamang villages like Gatlang and Tatopani. At Tatopani, a fine natural hot spring bath awaits the travelers. Further on the trip, you reach Nagthali followed by Briddhim. This trek features the extraordinary perspective of Langtang Lirung (7227m), Ganesh Himal (7422m), and Tibetan mountains.
The trekking trail is named after ‘Tamang’ one of the ethnic groups of Nepal of Tibetan origin. Tamangs are famous for their colorful cultural costumes and their houses decorated with wooden carvings. Travelers can also enjoy the hospitality of local home-stays during the trek. They can also go on villages walks to witness the local rituals, costumes, lifestyle, and cultural practices of local residents. The trekkers will come across many Buddhist monasteries, natural hot-springs, waterfall en-route. Tamang Heritage Trail Trek ensures to provide you with all the natural and cultural adventures you have been seeking and memories for the lifetime.
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Surrounded by the pristine Himalayan peaks, lush forests, and scenic lakes, Langtang makes one of the most popular trekking experiences. Langtang Valley Trek brings a mystical, adventurous, and cultural essence of the ancient trans-Himalayan trade center of Nepal. The Langtang Valley Trek trail lies inside Langtang National Park, a country’s first Himalayan national park. The Langtang Valley Trek is the perfect combination of nature and culture which entertains travelers with Tibetan-Buddhist culture and Langtang Himalayas.
The 11-day trip commences at Kathmandu city upon your arrival. This trip takes you on a cultural journey of Kathmandu city where you’ll get to witness some of the most popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. A short drive from Kathmandu will take you northwest to Sybrubensi, where the trek commences. Further, the trek advances northward through the lush forests and vegetation of beautiful Langtang National Park. You’ll pass along many ethnic villages inhabited by Tamang and Sherpa people en route. Lama Hotel, Mundu, and Ghodatabela are of the villages you’ll cross before reaching the Langtang village. You’ll trek further deep into the mountains towards Kyanjin Gompa.
At Kyanjin Gompa you will visit to Buddhist monastery and a local cheese factory and local lifestyle. Then, you can hike to the Tserko Ri (4984m), where you can catch the panorama of the pristine local peaks including Langtang Lirung (7227m), Langtang Ri (7205m), Tserko Ri (4984m), and Yala Peak (5,500m). Afterward, you’ll retrace your and descend to the village of Sybrubensi via Langtang village, and Lama Hotel. Langtang Valley Trek is suitable for any kind of trekkers. The best seasons to visit Langtang are spring (March-June) and autumn (September-November).
Danphe Adventure Treks specializes in finest treks in and outside Nepal. We conduct all kinds of the trek; private, small group, or large group Langtang and other regions in Nepal. Langtang Valley Trek is a similar initiative to allow travelers in Nepal to taste the authentic exhibition of nature and culture.
For those that are in search of tranquility and solitude; the Gosainkunda lake trek will definitely exceed your expectations. Tantalizing views of the snow-laden mountains along with religious hymns and a chilling sense of liveliness is what builds the Gosainkunda lake trek and furthermore, prepares for a spiritual awakening too. Traversing through the Langtang National Park, the Gosainkunda Lake Trek is a brilliant depiction of the beauty of the region.
The trek commences in Kathmandu and after exploring the major UNESCO world heritage sites of Kathmandu valley; then we prepare the necessary equipment and documents. Afterward, an 8-hour drive takes us to Dhunche with picturesque views of the Trishuli River, green hills, and far away mountains along the way. From Dhunche, we begin the long walk to Thulo Syabru. The route amazes us with a delightful display of wilderness and slight glimpses of Tamang settlements. The trail gets a bit steep and uphill on the trail to Lauri Binayak. The views of the Annapurna and Langtang Himalayan range further invigorate us.
Walking along mountain-side cliffs and desolate land ultimately leads us to the Gosainkunda Lake. The lake sits on the base of mountains and its water feed the Trishuli River. This place is a pilgrimage hub and you can see people busy in prayers here. The lake has a religious history that dates back to Lord Shiva. After exploring the lake, we begin our way back. We head towards Chandanbari and along the way, we can see local people and fellow trekkers. The descending trail demands full attention and we take a breather at Shin Gompa. From Chandanbari, we again back at Dhunche. Then we will take a vehicle, to drive back to Kathmandu.
A trek like this demands proper assistance and knowledge. We, at Danphe Adventure Treks, specialize in this aspect. With years of experience and expertise, we provide full support to anyone that wishes to trek with us at reasonable rates.