Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek Overview

Sprache Chinesisch, Englisch, Französisch, Hindi, japanisch
Kosten 350 USD für die exkursion
Anzahl der Teilnehmer Eine Person
Dauer 1 Woche 2 Tage

The Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek perfectly combines adventure, luxury, and fun. It is highly believed that Ganesh Himal has its name from the Hindu deity “Ganesha.” The peak of the Ganesh Himal resembles Lord Ganesh’s head, which is the head of an elephant. Ganesh Himal lies in Northcentral Nepal, between Langtang National Park and Manaslu Conservation Area. This trekking also gives a spectacular view of Langtang Valley Trek and Manaslu Circuit Trekking.

It lies in Dhading, Gorkha, Rasuwa, and Nuwakot districts. The area of Ganesh Himal has a major population of Tamang, Gurung, and Ghale people. Ganesh Himal lies at 7,422 m (24,350ft). It is home to 4 other peaks over 7000m and 14 other peaks over 6000m. On the way to Ganesh Himal, you can see amazing views of terraced hills, huge forest, and Tamang culture. You will also witness diverse vegetation ranging from sub-tropical to alpine.

There are 526 species of plants and 300 species of birds and animals, including Gaur, musk deer, monkeys, and many unique or rare birds. Ganesh Himal is also home to 40 different types of orchids. The sights of rhododendron, lakes, and waterfalls add more beauty to the journey. There is a vibrant settlement of Tamang people. You can see their culture, lifestyle, and unique traditions. Even though Ganesh Himal is a very beautiful place, some rewardable places are Ganga Jamuna, twin waterfalls, kalo, Seto and Ganesh Kunda, hot springs and hot springs, and Tripurasundari temple.

If you are looking for the best trekking in Himalayas, Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek is one of the best options that you can choose from.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Balche which might take 6-7 hours’ drive

Day 2: Balche to Rupchet, lies at 3850, takes 6 hours of walk

Day 3: Trek from Rupchet to Chalish gaon, through Singla Pass, lies at 4050m, takes 6-7 hours of walk.

Day 4: Chalish gaon to Rachyat Gaon, lies at 1775m, takes 4-5 hours trek.

Day 5: Rachyat Gaon to Khading Gaon, at 2025m, takes 4-5 hours walk.

Day 6: Lapa Gaun to Ri gaon, lies at 1550m, takes 5 hours walk.

Day 7: Ri gaon to Phul Kharka, at 1210m, takes 5 hours walk.

Day 8: Phul Kharka to Jyamrung Durbar, at 1550m, takes 5-6 hours walk.

Day 9: Jyamrung Durbar to Dhading Besi and to Kathmandu, takes 3-4 hours driving

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