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Mardi Himal Trek


Camping Trek:

Camp each night and all you have to do is eat and crawl in to your tent. Even erecting the tent is handled by the trekking crew, who put it for you at the site selected by your Sirdar or group leader.Trekking company provides all cooking utensils. all tent, team of porter, Sherpa Sirdar, leader guide, cook, all food all the way from Pokhara or Kathmandu and both way transportation such as drop to starting point and pick up from ending point. is called camping trek.

Tea house Trek:

Trekkers stay in the small lodges, guest houses or villages that have flourished along the popular trail.these lodge range from simple extensions of a traditional family home to quite luxurious places with private rooms extensive menus and attached toilets and showers. it's possible to make quite long trek relying entirely on local accommodation and food.Trekking company provides all meals from food menu and accommodation along the way, trekking guide, team of porter, both way transportation drive to starting point and pick up from ending point.

Mardi Himal is the name of the long rising ridge and its summit, 5588m, that forms the southwesterly slope of slope of Mt. Machhapuchare, immediately below it's sheer south face Machhapuchare, which towers majestically over the Pokhara valley, is best is known as fishtail mountain because of its twin peak that mirrors the image of fishtail. It is superbly and is considered scared. so no permit have yet been to climb this mountain.

The ridges, mostly grassy and sometimes under snow, takes us up to high camp3,620m.where a secound consecutive afternoon is spent acclimatizing while being awestruck with the views, Annapurna south seems near enough to throw a rock at and Machhachare close enough to touch. finally upon reaching 5,000m. or more the great ice fields and blue glaciers of the sanctuary wall lie below. Around us, an an arc from horizon( from Dhaulagiri to the Ganesh Himal) are a dozen or more glistening snow -bound giants, with Annapurna I, highest of all beyond.

Trekking Area: Nepal Annapurna region
Trekking Grade: Moderate
Trekking type: Fully camping
Trekking duration: 14 days
Trekking days: 7 days
Group size: Minimum 4 person
Price: on request

Outline itinerary:

Day 1: arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 2: Half day sightseeing of Kathmandu
Day 3: Drive to Pokhara and preparation for the trek
Day 4: Drive to Phedi and then trek via Potana to Deurali (2100m)
Day 5: Deurali to cooker (2500m)
Day 6: Cooker to Low camp (3170m)
Day 7: Low camp to high camp(3620m)
Day 8: Explore day at high camp
Day 9: Trek to siding village(1280m.)
Day 10: Trek to Milanchowk and drive to Pokhara
Day 11: Rest day in Pokhara
Day 12: Bus or fly to Kathamndu
Day 13: Final departure