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Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing

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Trip Facts

Duration : 21 Days Max-Altitude : 6091 Program Type : Tea House/Camping Best Season : march- May & Sep- Nov. Per Day Walking : 6/7 Hours Trek Grade : Grade 3:

Since the terrain can be hard and the days long, hikers on these treks should be in good physical condition and have some previous mountain walking experience. Steep climbing may be involved, although it is never necessary to use ropes. Treks at this level can he arranged for periods of 16 to 21 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should expect to trek above 5416m/17872ft.

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$ 2500 $ 2260

Overview

Pisang Peak Climbing

The Pisang Peak appears in the Manang district of Nepal in the north. It lies between Annapurna I and Manaslu. it is a relatively simple climb that leads to Pisang Peak (6091m), the most popular trekking peak in the Annapurna region. Above the village, Pisang Peak rises as a slope in a uniform pattern to a snow and ice slope at its summit. Pisang peak was first climbed by a German expedition in 1955, and it has since become a very popular mountain.

Pisang peak climbing is considered an easy climbing peak, offering its climbers a fascinating journey through diverse ecosystems, cultures, and breathtaking landscapes, While this climb is considered to be among the easier ones in the Himalayan region, a fairly high level of fitness and health is still strongly recommended.

It is considered one of the natural climbing peaks among the trekking peaks in Nepal. The path ascends through sparse wood and pasture to reach the base camp from Pisang village to a Kharka (4,380m) which is the ideal place for setting up the base camp. High Camp is set up at (5,400m) climbing to a shoulder on the South-West Ridge.

The climb of Pisang Peak begins from Besisahar in the Marsyangdi River Valley. The path takes you through very distinct animals and plants and sees the rewarding outstanding peak of Mt. Manaslu, Annapurna, and Lamjung Himal.

The most significant Manaslu trek track meets at Dharapani while passing through Larkya La. The path from here demands a walk to Pisang Peak.

Eventually, the trek will take you to a place where you can see the entirety of the Annapurna Himalaya range. The trail then rises from the Manang valley to reach the top of the Thorung Pass at 5416m.

The path then comes up from the Manang valley to reach the top of the Thorong Pass at 5416 m. Hereafter, the famous temple of Muktinath awaits you.

Nepal wilderness trekking designs the Pisang Peak climbing experience with your dream in mind. Pisang peak climbing is considered to be among the easier ones in the Himalayan region, yet a high level of physical fitness and health is still required. Several mountaineers and adventure seekers are interested in climbing Pisang peak.

We have a climbing guide who is familiar with Pisang peak, who has summited the mountain many times. He knows the route to take you to the summit and safely bring you back with a fixed rope and leading rope.

When is the most suitable time to climb Pisang Peak?

Pisang Peak can be climbed at any time of year. Spring, Autumn, Monsoon, and Winter are the four seasons. Spring and autumn are the ideal times to climb Pisang Peak.

The peak seasons are spring and autumn. This time of year, nature blooms in the valley, bringing its beauty to all. Due to the absence of precipitation and snowfall, walking is comfortable. A clear sky also makes for a stunning view of the peaks and landscapes. The days are sunny and hot during these seasons, while the nights are mild. In the mountains, the weather and temperature are ideal for trekking.

Monsoon and winter can also be done, but there are some challenges to overcome. These are seasons of snow and rain. The cold weather and slick paths make the trek exciting and challenging. It is the best time for peace lovers because the routes are less crowded then.

Pisang Peak Climbing Difficulties

There are many challenges involved in making a 6000 m expedition, and you will face many challenges. Depending on the individual, the conditions can be harsh or comfortable.

A climb to Pisang Peak involves several difficulties, such as altitude sickness, route difficulties, weather, temperature changes, and accommodations.

You don’t have to worry about these difficulties. It is possible to overcome them if you plan properly and prepare well. To complete the climb, you must possess strong willpower and stamina.


Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft) after you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative of Nepal wilderness trekking welcomes you and assists to transfer in your hotel in Kathmandu. After time to get refreshed, evening you'll meet and transfer for welcome dinner in one of the typical Nepalese restaurants in the heart of Kathmandu and briefing about your trip and overnight at Hotel.
  • Day 02: Drive to Besisahar (830m/2,723ft) Early in the morning, we leave Kathmandu to arrive at Annapurna driving by local bus to Besisahar through the beautiful countryside and river sight. This is an attractive drive through the foothills of the Himalayas. On the way to Pokhara, our path disconnects from the town village of Dumre towards the north to Besisahar which is a big town and district headquarters of the Lamjung, see the sights of the surrounding area and we stay overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 03: Besisahar to Bahundanda (1,310m/4,298ft) We start our trek from Besisahar and passing some local wooden and bamboo bridges reaches Bhulbhule, the path continues to Ngadi village for lunch, and again the walk continues passing through waterfall through the riverbank before hiking uphill reaching to Bahundanda for overnight. This is a pleasant village on the top of a hill, and you may have the chance to discover the evening time to the local town and around the school areas. It takes five to six hours to reach Bahundanda from Besisahar.
  • Day 04: Bahundanda to Chamje (1,410m/4,626ft) Today, we walk for 5 to 6 hours. After passing through fields and local villages the trek slides down to Syange village. A small downhill hike and crossing a long suspension bridge at Marsyangdi River, we reach Syange. Now, our trek continues gradually uphill from the river and the last steep climb to get to Jagat for a lunch stop. From here, we further walk on the rocky path, and the long scenic waterfall across the river finally brings you to Chamje for staying tonight.
  • Day 06: Chamje to Dharapani (1,960m/6,430ft) From Chamje, we walk passing through a suspension bridge over the sublime Marsyangdi river, after crossing the bridge it's another steep ascend for another 2-3 hours till Tal. It is the village is located on the gorge valley by the side of the river Marsyangdi and decorated with beautiful waterfall and sandy spread river. Additionally, the trek follows the upstream up to the Dharapani, which is through the rocky trails, and crossing few suspension bridges and small teashops bring you to quite a large village at Dharapani for the overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 07: Dharapani to Chame (2,710m/8,891ft) To reach Chame from Dharapani, this day we walk for 6-7 hours. Hame is a district headquarter of Manang District, and you will witness the changing vegetation, people, and landscapes too changes and the air will get cooler, the path then climbs through pine forests to Bagarchhap, the first village on the trek with distinctive Tibetan architecture. After an enjoyable walk to Bagarchhap. You will have a first striking view of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal from here.
  • Day 08: Chame to Pisang (3,700m/12,139ft) The path heads off from the other side of the river on the northern bank passing through pine woods and small villages with few ups and downs till you reach the orchard village of Bhartang, a village of apple garden. Then, we continue on the gradual path up to a bridge, from the bridge a short steep climb through the pine forest brings you at the top of the ridge of Dhukure Pokhari for lunch. After walking out of the tree line, a great view of Pisang peak on the north and the Chulu peak can see with Pisang village. From this top, gentle descent of one hour brings you to the windswept village of Pisang for overnight. Explore Pisang villages and its riverside and overnight at the lodge.
  • Day 09: Pisang to Upper Pisang (3,810 m/12,497ft) We today, hike up to Upper Pisang, which will take around an hour or two, and remaining time you explore the monastery and acclimatize. Overnight at Upper Pisang
  • Day 10: Upper Pisang to Base Camp (4,380 m/14,36ft) From Upper Pisang, it takes 3-4 hrs to reach the Base Camp. The path ascends through little wood and pasture to a Kharka at (4,380m) which is considered the best place for setting up the base camp overnight. It is in a flat alpine section along the well-worn trail. We fix our campsite here. Overnight at tented camp
  • Day 11: Base Camp to High Camp (5,400m/17,712ft) We ascend towards the southwest ridge of Pisang Peak on this day to reach the high camp where we will form our overnight camp at the altitude of 5400m. It is likely to have snow at the high camp from the end of November till the end of March. Overnight at tented camp
  • Day 12: Summit Pisang Peak (6,091m/19,980ft) and hike back to Upper Pisang (7-9 hrs) From the High Camp, today, the distinct well ridge leads you to the concluding snow incline which is quite steep and more challenging to reach the summit. Our climbing guide will be fixed the rope and direct you to the successful summit of the Pisang peak. We then return to the Base camp to Upper Pisang overnight.
  • Day 13: Climbing Reserve Day We have a rest day today in case if the climate gets bad or if any participant does need to prepare longer for any reason. It is vital to have this day as it entirely risks to try to peak to Island Peak while the weather is not favoring us.
  • Day 14: Upper Pisang to Manang (3,500m/11,482ft) 4-5 hrs Today we descend to Pisang village and keep on walking towards Manang valley. We now, take a steady climb up for half an hour for reaching the top, stop at a ridge to get our first view of the Manang valley. This inspiring mark offers splendid views of the valleys, Humde village with its short air-strip and the magnificent peaks of Gangapurna, Annapurna II, III, Tilicho and on the right Chulu east, on the back Pisang peak. The walk moves further to Humde and a pleasant walk up to the Braga village for conventionally built up Tibetans style of houses. From here flora changes, you will notice a contrast of landscape and dry mountain hills. From Bhratang, half an hour walk reaches Manang for the overnight.
  • Day 15: Acclimatization day at Manang (3,500m/11,482ft) Manang is an acclimatization day and to explore Manang. Manang is the village of about 500 flat-roofed houses which is the arresting set surrounded by some fabulous scenery -Annapurna II, Annapurna III (7,555 meters), Gangapurna (7,454 meters) to the South - Tilicho (7,132 meters), and the Grand Barrier to the West - Chulu West (6,583 meters) and Chulu East (6,059 meters) to the North.
  • Day 16: Manang to Yak Kharka (4,110m/13,484ft) This day, our path leads to a slow mount for an hour to the Tenki Manang for witnessing the view of the Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak. The track gently winds up offering breathtaking views and through terrains with juniper bushes as the only surviving vegetation around this region and will brings you to Yak-Kharka for the overnight.
  • Day 17: Yak Kharka to Throng Phedi (4,400m/14,432) We start our hike with an unhurried pace to Phedi which means 'foot of the hill.' We still have the same breathtaking view of mountains and landscapes. After an hour's walk, we reach Ledar and continue to climb along the east bank of the Jorsang Khola, and then move down and cross the stream on a wooden bridge to get a small tea shop. We stop for the fantastic view and tea breaks, and we follow a narrow path across a high, unstable slope before heading to Thorong Phedi for the overnight.
  • Day 18: Throng Phedi to Throng La (5,416m/17,765 ft) to Muktinath (3,800/12,467ft) 7-8 hrs We today have the longest and challenging day of the whole trip. We begin our walk early in the morning; today the track becomes steepest firstly and reaches high camp. Walk on your own pace viewing with sunrise and sight of the mountains. We continuously walk to the top takes 3-4 hrs to the Throng top and with a great feeling of victory take a short break for picturesque scenery and down to the Mustang part of mountains and the Kaligandaki valley far below to the West. Lastly, we made it to Muktinath after 7-8 hrs long walk and overnight at the lodge.
  • Day 19: Muktinath to Jomsom (2,570m/8,430ft) 5-6 hrs We visit Muktinath in the morning and continue our journey descending downhill to the Kaligandaki river valley. From here onwards the valley gets the very windy path, the walk follows the gentle trail for another two hours till the large town of Jomsom a town and a headquarter of the Mustang region with a small airstrip just above the Kaligandaki River, where we’ll stay overnight at the teahouse and next day morning fly to Pokhara.
  • Day 20: Jomsom to Pokhara by Flight (25 minutes) We today fly from the deepest gorge of the world between two huge mountain ranges of Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Dhaulagiri with many snow-capped peaks. Upon your arrival at Lake Side of Pokhara valley, the guide will transfer to your hotel and after check-in leisure at your own.
  • Day 21: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft) 6-7 hrs drive We pass through the picturesque countryside early in the morning. It takes 7 hours back to Kathmandu. On arrival at Kathmandu, the guide will transfer to the hotel and rest of the day relax or explore the surrounding areas and overnight at the hotel.

Cost Included

  • pick up and drop international airport- hotel –airport
  • Three nights’ clean and peace accommodation hotel in Kathmandu BB basis A/C Room sharing a double bed, Televisions, clean bathroom 24 hours hot showers
  • full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing with professional guide + car/ van
  • semi-camping and semi tea house accommodations,
  • Bus Transfer Kathmandu to Basi Sahar
  • English-speaking local expert guide, porters, and climbing guide.
  • 3-time meals during the trekking in the tea house and climbing time cooking by Cook
  • tea/coffee three times a day
  • accommodations during the trekking
  • tent and all the foods from- to high camp/summits,
  • ACAP permit and TIMS
  • Climbing permits,
  • Flight ticket from Jomsom
  • Hotel one-night hotel in Pokhara,
  • Tourist bus to Kathmandu,
  • Climbing guide equipment fee,
  • Equipment clothing for Porter Local climbing Sherpa.
  • Insurance for all staff/ porters, Rope, Ices Crow, Snow bar and

Cost Excluded

  • International flight
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal climbing gears and clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips, any expenses of own nature,
  • client's insurance

Reviews

Pisang Peak Climbing

The Pisang Peak appears in the Manang district of Nepal in the north. It lies between Annapurna I and Manaslu. it is a relatively simple climb that leads to Pisang Peak (6091m), the most popular trekking peak in the Annapurna region. Above the village, Pisang Peak rises as a slope in a uniform pattern to a snow and ice slope at its summit. Pisang peak was first climbed by a German expedition in 1955, and it has since become a very popular mountain.

Pisang peak climbing is considered an easy climbing peak, offering its climbers a fascinating journey through diverse ecosystems, cultures, and breathtaking landscapes, While this climb is considered to be among the easier ones in the Himalayan region, a fairly high level of fitness and health is still strongly recommended.

It is considered one of the natural climbing peaks among the trekking peaks in Nepal. The path ascends through sparse wood and pasture to reach the base camp from Pisang village to a Kharka (4,380m) which is the ideal place for setting up the base camp. High Camp is set up at (5,400m) climbing to a shoulder on the South-West Ridge.

The climb of Pisang Peak begins from Besisahar in the Marsyangdi River Valley. The path takes you through very distinct animals and plants and sees the rewarding outstanding peak of Mt. Manaslu, Annapurna, and Lamjung Himal.

The most significant Manaslu trek track meets at Dharapani while passing through Larkya La. The path from here demands a walk to Pisang Peak.

Eventually, the trek will take you to a place where you can see the entirety of the Annapurna Himalaya range. The trail then rises from the Manang valley to reach the top of the Thorung Pass at 5416m.

The path then comes up from the Manang valley to reach the top of the Thorong Pass at 5416 m. Hereafter, the famous temple of Muktinath awaits you.

Nepal wilderness trekking designs the Pisang Peak climbing experience with your dream in mind. Pisang peak climbing is considered to be among the easier ones in the Himalayan region, yet a high level of physical fitness and health is still required. Several mountaineers and adventure seekers are interested in climbing Pisang peak.

We have a climbing guide who is familiar with Pisang peak, who has summited the mountain many times. He knows the route to take you to the summit and safely bring you back with a fixed rope and leading rope.

When is the most suitable time to climb Pisang Peak?

Pisang Peak can be climbed at any time of year. Spring, Autumn, Monsoon, and Winter are the four seasons. Spring and autumn are the ideal times to climb Pisang Peak.

The peak seasons are spring and autumn. This time of year, nature blooms in the valley, bringing its beauty to all. Due to the absence of precipitation and snowfall, walking is comfortable. A clear sky also makes for a stunning view of the peaks and landscapes. The days are sunny and hot during these seasons, while the nights are mild. In the mountains, the weather and temperature are ideal for trekking.

Monsoon and winter can also be done, but there are some challenges to overcome. These are seasons of snow and rain. The cold weather and slick paths make the trek exciting and challenging. It is the best time for peace lovers because the routes are less crowded then.

Pisang Peak Climbing Difficulties

There are many challenges involved in making a 6000 m expedition, and you will face many challenges. Depending on the individual, the conditions can be harsh or comfortable.

A climb to Pisang Peak involves several difficulties, such as altitude sickness, route difficulties, weather, temperature changes, and accommodations.

You don’t have to worry about these difficulties. It is possible to overcome them if you plan properly and prepare well. To complete the climb, you must possess strong willpower and stamina.


  • Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft) after you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative of Nepal wilderness trekking welcomes you and assists to transfer in your hotel in Kathmandu. After time to get refreshed, evening you'll meet and transfer for welcome dinner in one of the typical Nepalese restaurants in the heart of Kathmandu and briefing about your trip and overnight at Hotel.
  • Day 02: Drive to Besisahar (830m/2,723ft) Early in the morning, we leave Kathmandu to arrive at Annapurna driving by local bus to Besisahar through the beautiful countryside and river sight. This is an attractive drive through the foothills of the Himalayas. On the way to Pokhara, our path disconnects from the town village of Dumre towards the north to Besisahar which is a big town and district headquarters of the Lamjung, see the sights of the surrounding area and we stay overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 03: Besisahar to Bahundanda (1,310m/4,298ft) We start our trek from Besisahar and passing some local wooden and bamboo bridges reaches Bhulbhule, the path continues to Ngadi village for lunch, and again the walk continues passing through waterfall through the riverbank before hiking uphill reaching to Bahundanda for overnight. This is a pleasant village on the top of a hill, and you may have the chance to discover the evening time to the local town and around the school areas. It takes five to six hours to reach Bahundanda from Besisahar.
  • Day 04: Bahundanda to Chamje (1,410m/4,626ft) Today, we walk for 5 to 6 hours. After passing through fields and local villages the trek slides down to Syange village. A small downhill hike and crossing a long suspension bridge at Marsyangdi River, we reach Syange. Now, our trek continues gradually uphill from the river and the last steep climb to get to Jagat for a lunch stop. From here, we further walk on the rocky path, and the long scenic waterfall across the river finally brings you to Chamje for staying tonight.
  • Day 06: Chamje to Dharapani (1,960m/6,430ft) From Chamje, we walk passing through a suspension bridge over the sublime Marsyangdi river, after crossing the bridge it's another steep ascend for another 2-3 hours till Tal. It is the village is located on the gorge valley by the side of the river Marsyangdi and decorated with beautiful waterfall and sandy spread river. Additionally, the trek follows the upstream up to the Dharapani, which is through the rocky trails, and crossing few suspension bridges and small teashops bring you to quite a large village at Dharapani for the overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 07: Dharapani to Chame (2,710m/8,891ft) To reach Chame from Dharapani, this day we walk for 6-7 hours. Hame is a district headquarter of Manang District, and you will witness the changing vegetation, people, and landscapes too changes and the air will get cooler, the path then climbs through pine forests to Bagarchhap, the first village on the trek with distinctive Tibetan architecture. After an enjoyable walk to Bagarchhap. You will have a first striking view of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal from here.
  • Day 08: Chame to Pisang (3,700m/12,139ft) The path heads off from the other side of the river on the northern bank passing through pine woods and small villages with few ups and downs till you reach the orchard village of Bhartang, a village of apple garden. Then, we continue on the gradual path up to a bridge, from the bridge a short steep climb through the pine forest brings you at the top of the ridge of Dhukure Pokhari for lunch. After walking out of the tree line, a great view of Pisang peak on the north and the Chulu peak can see with Pisang village. From this top, gentle descent of one hour brings you to the windswept village of Pisang for overnight. Explore Pisang villages and its riverside and overnight at the lodge.
  • Day 09: Pisang to Upper Pisang (3,810 m/12,497ft) We today, hike up to Upper Pisang, which will take around an hour or two, and remaining time you explore the monastery and acclimatize. Overnight at Upper Pisang
  • Day 10: Upper Pisang to Base Camp (4,380 m/14,36ft) From Upper Pisang, it takes 3-4 hrs to reach the Base Camp. The path ascends through little wood and pasture to a Kharka at (4,380m) which is considered the best place for setting up the base camp overnight. It is in a flat alpine section along the well-worn trail. We fix our campsite here. Overnight at tented camp
  • Day 11: Base Camp to High Camp (5,400m/17,712ft) We ascend towards the southwest ridge of Pisang Peak on this day to reach the high camp where we will form our overnight camp at the altitude of 5400m. It is likely to have snow at the high camp from the end of November till the end of March. Overnight at tented camp
  • Day 12: Summit Pisang Peak (6,091m/19,980ft) and hike back to Upper Pisang (7-9 hrs) From the High Camp, today, the distinct well ridge leads you to the concluding snow incline which is quite steep and more challenging to reach the summit. Our climbing guide will be fixed the rope and direct you to the successful summit of the Pisang peak. We then return to the Base camp to Upper Pisang overnight.
  • Day 13: Climbing Reserve Day We have a rest day today in case if the climate gets bad or if any participant does need to prepare longer for any reason. It is vital to have this day as it entirely risks to try to peak to Island Peak while the weather is not favoring us.
  • Day 14: Upper Pisang to Manang (3,500m/11,482ft) 4-5 hrs Today we descend to Pisang village and keep on walking towards Manang valley. We now, take a steady climb up for half an hour for reaching the top, stop at a ridge to get our first view of the Manang valley. This inspiring mark offers splendid views of the valleys, Humde village with its short air-strip and the magnificent peaks of Gangapurna, Annapurna II, III, Tilicho and on the right Chulu east, on the back Pisang peak. The walk moves further to Humde and a pleasant walk up to the Braga village for conventionally built up Tibetans style of houses. From here flora changes, you will notice a contrast of landscape and dry mountain hills. From Bhratang, half an hour walk reaches Manang for the overnight.
  • Day 15: Acclimatization day at Manang (3,500m/11,482ft) Manang is an acclimatization day and to explore Manang. Manang is the village of about 500 flat-roofed houses which is the arresting set surrounded by some fabulous scenery -Annapurna II, Annapurna III (7,555 meters), Gangapurna (7,454 meters) to the South - Tilicho (7,132 meters), and the Grand Barrier to the West - Chulu West (6,583 meters) and Chulu East (6,059 meters) to the North.
  • Day 16: Manang to Yak Kharka (4,110m/13,484ft) This day, our path leads to a slow mount for an hour to the Tenki Manang for witnessing the view of the Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak. The track gently winds up offering breathtaking views and through terrains with juniper bushes as the only surviving vegetation around this region and will brings you to Yak-Kharka for the overnight.
  • Day 17: Yak Kharka to Throng Phedi (4,400m/14,432) We start our hike with an unhurried pace to Phedi which means 'foot of the hill.' We still have the same breathtaking view of mountains and landscapes. After an hour's walk, we reach Ledar and continue to climb along the east bank of the Jorsang Khola, and then move down and cross the stream on a wooden bridge to get a small tea shop. We stop for the fantastic view and tea breaks, and we follow a narrow path across a high, unstable slope before heading to Thorong Phedi for the overnight.
  • Day 18: Throng Phedi to Throng La (5,416m/17,765 ft) to Muktinath (3,800/12,467ft) 7-8 hrs We today have the longest and challenging day of the whole trip. We begin our walk early in the morning; today the track becomes steepest firstly and reaches high camp. Walk on your own pace viewing with sunrise and sight of the mountains. We continuously walk to the top takes 3-4 hrs to the Throng top and with a great feeling of victory take a short break for picturesque scenery and down to the Mustang part of mountains and the Kaligandaki valley far below to the West. Lastly, we made it to Muktinath after 7-8 hrs long walk and overnight at the lodge.
  • Day 19: Muktinath to Jomsom (2,570m/8,430ft) 5-6 hrs We visit Muktinath in the morning and continue our journey descending downhill to the Kaligandaki river valley. From here onwards the valley gets the very windy path, the walk follows the gentle trail for another two hours till the large town of Jomsom a town and a headquarter of the Mustang region with a small airstrip just above the Kaligandaki River, where we’ll stay overnight at the teahouse and next day morning fly to Pokhara.
  • Day 20: Jomsom to Pokhara by Flight (25 minutes) We today fly from the deepest gorge of the world between two huge mountain ranges of Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Dhaulagiri with many snow-capped peaks. Upon your arrival at Lake Side of Pokhara valley, the guide will transfer to your hotel and after check-in leisure at your own.
  • Day 21: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft) 6-7 hrs drive We pass through the picturesque countryside early in the morning. It takes 7 hours back to Kathmandu. On arrival at Kathmandu, the guide will transfer to the hotel and rest of the day relax or explore the surrounding areas and overnight at the hotel.

Cost Included

  • pick up and drop international airport- hotel –airport
  • Three nights’ clean and peace accommodation hotel in Kathmandu BB basis A/C Room sharing a double bed, Televisions, clean bathroom 24 hours hot showers
  • full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing with professional guide + car/ van
  • semi-camping and semi tea house accommodations,
  • Bus Transfer Kathmandu to Basi Sahar
  • English-speaking local expert guide, porters, and climbing guide.
  • 3-time meals during the trekking in the tea house and climbing time cooking by Cook
  • tea/coffee three times a day
  • accommodations during the trekking
  • tent and all the foods from- to high camp/summits,
  • ACAP permit and TIMS
  • Climbing permits,
  • Flight ticket from Jomsom
  • Hotel one-night hotel in Pokhara,
  • Tourist bus to Kathmandu,
  • Climbing guide equipment fee,
  • Equipment clothing for Porter Local climbing Sherpa.
  • Insurance for all staff/ porters, Rope, Ices Crow, Snow bar and

Cost Excluded

  • International flight
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal climbing gears and clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips, any expenses of own nature,
  • client's insurance

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