Gauri Shankar Trek (13 Days) Book Now

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Ali Berenjian
We traveled with Gopal more than 2 weeks in diffrent parts of Nepal. The itinerary he arranged for us were perfect includes historical sightseeing, virgin nature surfing and lodging Chitwan national parks, trekking in Annapourna region and flight around Everest Mount.
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Gaurishankar Himal has got equal status of Kailash Mountain in Tibet. Gauri Shankar Trek is one of the spiritual treks in Nepal. Gauri Shankar is the Sanskrit term that is named after Lord Shankar and his consort Gauri. Honored by Hindus and Buddhists, Gaurishankar Mountain exists close to the western corner of Rolwaling. Gaurishankar Region is bounded to the west by Rolwaling Himal, to the north by Menlung Chu and to the south by Rolwaling Chu. One can easily reach Tashi Lapcha Pass from Rolwaling Chu. Crossing Tasi Lapcha pass will allow an access to Khumbu region.
Gaurishankar Base Camp fascinates us with views of two distinct peaks- the northern summit is known as Shankar while the southern peak Gauri. Looming above the scenic Bhote Koshi valley, Gauri Shankar Himal trek offers pleasant experience of exploring the least crowded region. This is a challenging trek which demands experience and stamina but rewards views of natural grandeurs including lofty mountain views of Gaurishankar (7,145m), Melungtse (7,181m.), Ramdung, Pachermo, Chobabhamre, YalungRi and other peaks, view of glaciated Tso Rolpa Lake, wildlife views and Rolwaling glacier. Explore the hidden villages and cross untouched forests. Gauri Shankar trekking route passes along Bigu Gompa monastery and Beding village.

13 Days Itinerary Outline for Gauri Shankar Trek
Day 01: Arrive in Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu (1,317m) airport pickup by our representative and transfer to Hotel at BB plan
Day 02:  Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley (1,317m) overnight at hotel at BB plan.
Day 03:  Drive from Kathmandu to Khari Dhunga (2,637M) over night at tent
Day 04: Trek from Khari Dhunga (2,637m) to Chauri Kharka (3,100m) over night at tent
Day 05: Chauri Kharka (3,100m) to Koori (3,365m) over night at tent
Day 06:  Koori (3365m) to Tare Bhir over night at tent
Day 07: Tare Bhir to Bigu Gomba (2,516m) over night at tent
Day 08: Bigu Gompa (2,516m) to Tin Sangla (3,266m) over night at tent
Day 09: Rest Day in Tin Sangla (3,266m) over night at tent
Day 10: Tin Sangla to Dolangsa (2,310m) over night at tent
Day 11: Dolangsa (2,310m) to Barabise (1,606m), over night at tent
Day 12:  Drive back to Kathmandu (1,317m) evening farewell dinner in typical Nepali style overnight at hotel on BB plan
Day 13:  Departure from Kathmandu to your destination, representative will drive you to airport.


TRIP HIGHLITS:
 
BEST SEASON:
Particular season for trekking is in-between March-May and September- November.  March – May which is spring season is highly recommended, weather is clean and favorable, we can see flowers like rhododendron and more Beside Himalayan Nepal trek welcomes you anytime.
 
LODGING:
Accommodation depends on trek type, weather tea house trek or camping trek we understand the value of comfort of our clients, we put our best to get the best accommodation based on availability since during main season route are very busy and full of tourist. Twin sharing bed will be provided during trek and also can find attach bathroom with charge extra.

FOODING:
Kathmandu; different cuisine as there are many international and continental restaurants. Thamail and Durbarmarg are very famous for Korean, Thai, Japanese and Italian, Nepali Dal Bhat and more. But during the trek we get to select continental, Nepali and Sherpa food from the menu.
 
OUR CREW:
 Our team is Capable, skilled, polite and cooperative.  Crew members are trained with ability to operate your trek in best possible ways to make our every moment full of happiness and love utilizing their past experiences. Objective of sustaining local communities, Himalayan Nepal Trek only employs  staff who has adequate knowledge about culture, ecosystem, flora, fauna, geography, and history of their local regions.
 
EQUIPMENTS:
Equipment is mainly required of adventure sports, peak climbing and high passes but some times due to weather condition we might need some of the equipments like crampons, trekking poles, raincoat, water bottle etc.  So, we request you to carry only need equipments. Equipments include down jacket, trouser Ti-shirt, boot, knife, walking steak, light sleeping bag, sunglass, gloves, suns cream, warm socks, head light, wind proof jacket etc. we provide our staff with their need able equipments. for the safety and security.

SAFTEY AND SECURITY:
Safety is our first priority; our team puts best effort to keep us away from danger. We are always ready to take control over any emergency that might occur in the trail. First aid kit, oxygen bag and eventually emergency rescue via helicopter are always ready in case of an emergency. Besides we also focus on prevention method to control threat, Acclimatization days Gamow bags can be very useful in the trekso that we can prevent from altitude sickness.

ECO FRIENDLY:
Himalayan Nepal Trek focused on keeping environment clean we practice the quotation just leave your foot prints behind. We also take part in KEP Kathmandu Environmental Education and suggest our guest to protect our environment and stop global warming.
 
HELPING HAND:

Profit orientation is not only our priority we are very concern for children from different places in Nepal. We are funding some of the percentage from our profit because education. We believe in giving child his fundamental rights for the better future better nation. We also engaged in volunteering which can be also helpful to people in rural area.

Experience required:
Trekking in Himalayas does require certain level of physical fitness and good health. We suggest you to undergo certain exercise like jogging and stretching before you arrive here. Participants having medical health issue are requested to visit the doctor.
 
NOTE:
Days in itinerary are always flexible. The service we provide will be according to guest desire so guest has any query can question us without hesitation. Trekking in Himalayas is challenging, there might be unexpected health problem or natural challenges in middle of the trek,In such case guest are requested to co-operate their guides.
 

Itinerary Outline
Day 01:
Arrive in Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu (1,317m) airport pickup by our representative and transfer to Hotel at BB plan
Day 02:
Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley (1,317m) overnight at hotel at BB plan.
Day 03:
Drive from Kathmandu to Khari Dhunga (2,637M) over night at tent
Day 04:
Trek from Khari Dhunga (2,637m) to Chauri Kharka (3,100m) over night at tent
Day 05:
Chauri Kharka (3,100m) to Koori (3,365m) over night at tent
Day 06:
Koori (3365m) to Tare Bhir over night at tent
Day 07:
Tare Bhir to Bigu Gomba (2,516m) over night at tent
Day 08:
Bigu Gompa (2,516m) to Tin Sangla (3,266m) over night at tent
Day 09:
Rest Day in Tin Sangla (3,266m) over night at tent
Day 10:
Tin Sangla to Dolangsa (2,310m) over night at tent
Day 11:
Dolangsa (2,310m) to Barabise (1,606m), over night at tent
Day 12:
Drive back to Kathmandu (1,317m) evening farewell dinner in typical Nepali style overnight at hotel on BB plan
Day 13:
Departure from Kathmandu to your destination, representative will drive you to airport.


 
Start Date End Date Availability Price  
  • Cost includes:
  • all airport Airport pick up & drops
  • All Ground Transportation
  • 3 times food per day during the trek Breakfast Lunch Dinner including Tea or coffee
  • Accommodation on Guest House Lodge during the trekking
  • Star label Hotel in Kathmandu on BB ploan
  • Experienced English Speaking Guide
  • Necessary Porter 1: 2 ( one porter for two Guest)
  • All Government local Taxes
  •  National park Fees
  • ( TIMS)Trekkers  Information Management System
  •  First Aid kit and general equipment for Porter during the adventure trip
  • Guide and porter salary
  • Guide & Porter insurance during the trek
  • And extra services according to the guest demand 

Cost Excludes 
  • Trekking equipment, any type of personal expenses such as Alcoholic Beverage drinks, phone and Laundry
  • Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance
  • Trip cancellation cost, Loss Theft or Damage and personal effects.
  • Hot Shower
  • Entrance fees temples and monastery etc
  • Tips and Gratuities

 

Trip's Quick Facts

Duration: 13 Days
Accomodation: Camping on tent
Altitude Height : 3690 M.
Seasons : October- November and March- April
Type: Classic
Activities : Trekking
No. of Pax : 1 and above
Maximum Access : 30 kg per porter
Starts From : Khari Dhunga
Ends at : Barabise

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