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Nepal Tour (09Days/08Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at the Pokhara

Stay Night in Pokhara

Day 02

Trekking to Ghandruk

Ghandruk is a Village Development Committee in the Kaski District of the Gandaki Province of Nepal. Situated at a distance of 32 km north-west to Pokhara, the village is readily accessible by public buses and private taxis from the provincial headquarter. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 4,748 residing in 1,013 individual households.

Ghandruk is a common place for treks in the Annapurna range of Nepal. The peaks of Mt Annapurna, Mt Machapuchare, Gangapurna and Mt Hiunchuli can be seen from the village, and it is also the gateway to the Poon hill. Gurung communities comprise the major inhabitants of the village.

Stay Night in Ghandruk.

Day 03

Trekking to Sinuwa Across the Modi River

Stay Night in Sinuwa

Day 04

Trekking to Kuldhigar to Dobhan

Visit Hinku Cave

Stay Night in Deurali.

Day 05

Moving to Bagar Across the the River Modi


Machapuchare is at the end of a long spur ridge, coming south out of the main backbone of the Annapurna massif, which forms the eastern boundary of the Annapurna Sanctuary. The peak is about 25 km (16 mi) north of the provincial headquarter of Pokhara. The sanctuary is a favorite trekking destination, and the site of the base camps for the South Face of Annapurna and for numerous smaller objectives. The Mardi Himal trek, for instance, climbs towards a minor peak.

Annapurna Sanctuary.

The Annapurna Sanctuary is a high glacial basin lying 40 km directly north of Pokhara. This oval-shaped plateau sits at an altitude of over 4000 metres,   and is surrounded by a ring of mountains, the Annapurna range, most of which are over 7000 metres. With the only entrance a narrow valley between the peaks of Hiunchuli and Machapuchare, where run-off from glaciers drain into Modi Khola River, the Sanctuary was not penetrated by outsiders until 1956.   Because of high mountains on all sides, the Annapurna Sanctuary receives only 7 hours of sunlight a day at the height of summer. The unique combination of heights and depths on the 5-7 day trek into the Annapurna Sanctuary give rise to an extraordinary variety of ecosystems. The south-facing slopes are covered in dense tropical jungles of rhododendron and bamboo, while the north-facing slopes, in the rain shadow, have a drier colder climate similar to that of the near-by Tibetan Plateau.

The entire sanctuary was held as sacred to the Gurung people, one of the many native people to inhabit the area.   They believed it was the repository of gold and various treasures left by the Nāgas, the serpent-gods known in India. The sanctuary was believed to be the home of several deities, from Hinduism and Buddhism as well as older animistic gods. The peak of Machapuchare at the entrance was believed to be the home of the god Shiva, and the daily plumes of snow were thought the smoke of his divine incense.   Until recently, the local Gurung people forbade anyone from bringing eggs or meat into the Annapurna Sanctuary, and women and untouchables were prohibited from going there as well.

Stay Night in Annapurna Base Camp

Day 06

Trekking to Bamboo via Bagar, Deurali and Dobhan.

Stay Night in Bamboo

Day 07

Hike down to a bridge over the Chhomrong River to Gurung Village.

Visit hot springs

Stay Night in Jhinu Danda.

Day 08

Shyauli Bazaar

Shyauli Bazaar in Karapu, Ward No.9 Lamjung District is located at the river Middim Khola, 30 km east of Pokhara in Nepal. The tiny village is inside the range of the geographic middle of Nepal.

A trekking path that starts at the Begnas Lake east of Pokhara leads alongside the village and up to Nalma and Kudi at the Annapurna Round Trek. In Shyauli Bazaar is the only Search and Rescue Dog Handlers Academy in South East Asia.

Moving to Pokhara & Stay Night in there

Day 09

Move back to airport

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