- Duration:12 Days
- Trip Grade:Moderate
- Max Elevation:4250 m.
- Start Point:Kathmandu
- End Point:Kathmandu
- Walking Hours:6-7 hrs
- Max Group Size:2
- Best Time:March to May & September to November
Bhairav Kunda trekking to a Shaman pilgrimage site through untouched traditional villages in spectacular Himalayan landscapes to reach the holy lake Bhairav Kund is named after the destructive aspect of Lord Shiva. It is one of the sacred pilgrimage sites for Shamans. Both Hindus and Buddhist devotees visit this high altitude 4250m holy mountain lake to pay homage and bathe away sins during every Bhadra (August) Full Moon.
Jalbire, the starting point for this trek is a five-hour bus ride from Kathmandu towards the Tibetan border. We travel through a mixture of beautiful mountain scenery and the terraced fields and characteristic houses of rural villages from different ethnic groups.
At Bhairav Kunda trek you will spend your first night experiencing the ”Newari” culture of Jalbire and next day trail winds along an old trade route between Nepal and Tibet through a number of unspoiled Buddhist villages, past chortens, and Sherpa houses. The unusual climatic and geographical mix makes this area a naturalist’s dream and a mecca for those who appreciate traditional cultures.
Along the trail, you will experience spectacular views of mountains in Tibet and the Jugal Himal section of the Himalayan Range, which includes the peaks of Dorje Lakpa (6966), Madiya (6257M), and Phurbi Ghhyachu (6637m). Trekkers carry only day packs and walk at their own pace. Average hiking per day will be 6-7 hrs.
- Day 01 Arrival and transfer to hotel/welcome dinner (D)
- Day 02 Day at Leisure /Hotel (B)
- Day 03 Trek to Chanaute (1350m) (B, L, D)
- Day 04 Trek to Khani Gaon (2000) (B, L, D)
- Day 05 Trek to Forest Camp (3150m) (B, L, D)
- Day 06 Trek to Pati (3765m) (B, L, D)
- Day 07 Rest day (B,L,D)
- Day 08 Trek to Bhairav Kunda (4250m) (B, L, D)
- Day 09 Trek to Sherpa gaon (2500m) (B, L, D)
- Day 10 Trek to Larcha (1500m) and same day drive to Kathmandu (B, L, D)
- Day 11 Day at leisure/farewell dinner /Hotel (B, D)
- Day 12 Drive to airport for return flight. (B)
- International airport pickup and drop
- Welcome and farewell dinner
- Hotel accommodation at 3 star catagory in double occupancy
- Trekking Transportation by land as per the itinerary
- Special trekking permit
- TRC permit
- Meals as per mention (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
- Camping (twin sharing tow men tent) / dining tent, toilet tent
- English speaking guide with his insurance and equipment.
- Porter with his insurance and equipment (one porter in between two-person)
- Wages, food, accommodation, equipment, insurance, and other facilities to staff
- Bar Bill
- Helicopter evacuation in case of emergency.
- Personal insurance
- Sleeping bag (this can be rented at Thamel; costs Rs 75-150 a day
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Nepal is a nation between India and Tibet known for its temples and Himalayan mountains, which include Mt. Everest. Kathmandu, the capital, has a mazelike old quarter filled with Hindu and Buddhist shrines.
From Kathmandu to Pokhara alone, trekking team was very organized and professional! advice to anyone who wants to move to contact the agency, Hari and his brothers will realize your dreams! The landscape was simply extraordinary and people are very hospitable!!
I have been from Kathmandu to Pokhara alone, trekking team was very organized and professional! advice to anyone who wants to move to contact the agency, Hari and his brothers will realize your dreams! The landscape was simply extraordinary and people are very hospitable!!
We did the 12-day itinerary trekking to Everest Base Camp. We booked it all from England and communicated with the owner Hari via email. Such a nice family that owns and runs this business. Very friendly and welcoming. We had loads of cups of tea with them in their shop in Thamel before and after our trek.