This trek can be conducted at various times throughout the year. The most popular times are March to end of May and October to December. Other times even in winter January February because is still low elevation. June July August September not recommended at all as it’s time monsoon rains so heavily.

This is a another lower altitude treks. Given this, and the convenient location close to Kathmandu. You’d think it would be more “touristy” than it is. On this trek, you will see some great mountain views, walk through truly beautiful forests and see fascinating villages. We walk through villages settled by Brahmins, Tamangs and Sherpa people. Each group has their own distinctive culture, jewellery and dress. For those interested in textiles and fabrics, there’s a lot of “eye candy”! The Sherpas of the Helambu region are quite distinct from the Sherpas of the Everest region in both language and customs As well as rich cultural diversity, we get mountain views that include the Langtang, Annapurna, Manaslu and even Everest when the planets are in alignment!

This is a good short trekking for those with less time in Nepal.





Camping + Tea House

Before trek: Arrival in Kathmandu, we will pick up at airport, transfer to hotel, briefing.

We can arrange for you sightseeing, day starts around 9am. Our City guide will take you to visit world heritage sites Biggest Hindu Temple Pashupati, Biggest Boudha Stupa and Swayambhu (Monkey Temple). Final preparation day for trekking, check the gears.

Day 01: Drive to Sundaqrijal, trek to Chisopani (2300m) (5-6 hrs)
Day 02: Gul Bhanjyang (2140m) (5-6 hrs)
Day 03: Tharepati (3640m) (6 hrs)
Day 04: Melamchigaon (2530m) (5 hrs)
Day 05: Tarke Gyang (2590m) (6 hrs)
Day 06: Sermathang (2610m) (4 hrs)
Day 07: Trek to Melamchi Pul Bazaar (1730m) and drive to Kathmandu (1350m) (6 hrs walking time, 3-4 hrs driving)

After trek: Free day, shopping, departure

All prices are calculated individually based on number of trekkers, choice of accommodation in city, transportation drive or fly, …

What’s usually included:
Airport transfers in Nepal
All relevant surface transfer
All hotel accommodation with breakfast – can be arrange for you as Himalayan Sunrise has negotiated extra price in some cooperating hotels or you can book it individually
All meals on trek
All internal flights (with Goma Air, Tara/Yeti Air or Buddha Air), inclusive Airport Taxes and 15kg free luggage
Permit, National Park Entrance/Conservation Fees, personnel insurance
Guide and porters on lodge trek
12 kg free luggage carried by porter
Quality service and trek equipment

Not Included:
International flights
Sightseeing with entrance fees, guide and vehicle – we can arrange for you comfortable day with experienced city guide
Additional tours and meals that are not mentioned
Personal bills
Excess baggage charge (beyond 12 Kg each)
Insurance (for cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects)
Tips, yes, still it is common in Nepal. If you are happy with their service, we recommend around 8–10 USD for guide per day and about 6–8 USD for porter. Although our guides and porters receive a fair wage, it must be remembered that their work is seasonal.