Be a part of an exemplary trek with Ganesh Himal Trek 2021/2022! It takes you to the eastern part of Nepal where you can experience the joy of traversing into the isolated and less explored sections of the Nepalese Himalayas. The pristine air, beautiful valleys, verdant forests, meadows, traditional villages, and snow-clad mountains; Ganesh Himal Trek 2021/2022 is an opportunity to hike through the rural landscape of Nepal and to meet local folks who reflect their own unique culture, custom, tradition and lifestyle. Ganesh Himal, the name Ganesh comes after the name of the legendary elephant-headed Hindu God – Lord Ganesh. Ganesh Himal comprises of four peaks – Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III and Ganesh IV that stand out like snow-clad crystals forming a great Himalayan chain dominating the skyline.
Situated in between Langtang and Manaslu region, Ganesh Himal Trek is an amazing adventure through some of the wonderful and marvelous landscapes of Nepal. The region as a whole is still unexplored and remote hence is home to various species of floras and faunas. Different kinds of wild species of flowers, plants, animals, birds, and butterflies inhabit the rich eco system of this place. Enhanced with the astounding peaks of the Ganesh Himal range, Manaslu range, Annapurna range, Langtang range, and some Tibetan range, the trek allows you to embrace the flawless beauty of hills, forests, waterfalls, rivers, mountain cliffs, and amazing rock formations. A walk through the traditional village is an opportunity to know about local folks, their culture, and lifestyle which is very different than the people in modern world. People in this region are basically engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. They live a very simple life within the tranquility of mother nature.
Ganesh Himal Trek 2021/2022 starts with your arrival in Kathmandu. After an insightful guided tour around the UNESCO listed heritage sites in Kathmandu, you will be driven to Syabrubensi which us the real commencement point of the trek. We drive past various countryside scenery of Nepal through a narrow and bumpy road to Syabrubensi. From here, we follow a trail that leads us to Langtang National Park. Our permits will be checked here and after showing our permits we enter into the park and head towards Galtang via Chawatar. With the traditional villages, forests, rivers, and long suspension bridges, the trail is a delight. We climb up from Galtang to a pond popular as Parvati Kunda. It is a holy lake from a religious perspective. Further, we walk ahead through a rich mines section of Somdang to Pangsang Pass. The pass at an elevation of 3842 meters is the highest point of the trek. We cross the pass enjoying some admirable views of mountains and descend down to Tipling. Leaving Tipling, the trail passes through the lush meadows to Chalish village. From the village, we climb up to ThuloDhunga and then to NojetKharka which is the base camp of the great Ganesh Himal. After beholding the fascinating views of mountains from the base camp, we descend down to Tripura via Khadinggaon and Ganga Jamuna to end our trek.
So, are you ready to be a part of this incredible journey with Himal Eco Treks? You can immerse into the wilderness of the isolated and unexplored sections and endeavor the wild beauty of mountains. For this off-beaten trekking experience, you can find no better travel companion than us because we are specialized tour operator in Nepal for this kind of wild treks!
Items that are not covered in the cost of trip price.
- Nepal entry visa fees.
- Meals (lunch, dinner) in the hotel in Cities
- Airfare from your country to Nepal.
- Snacks, soft drink during the trek.
- Personal trekking equipment is not provided by HET.
- Tips to the guide, porter, driver or any other trekking staff