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Mardi Himal Trek Nepal

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Mardi Himal Trek Nepal

The Mardi Himal Adventure Trek is a newly opened trekking destination of Annapurna region which is usually chosen to escape crowd and dive in to the peace of nature. The whole region is dominated by the views of Himalayas of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Manaslu Himalayas in wide open spaces. The Mardi Himal Trek was opened to tourist in 2012 and is a naturally diverse trek leading through beautiful forests advancing to rocky hills along with several base camps. In some places the travelers pass through stone built traditional villages along with a delightful walk in the rhododendron forests. The highlighted region of Mardi Himal Trekking adventure is low camp which has the best views of Machhapuchhare himal (Mt.Fishtail) with the facility of lodging and catering. The travelers utilize this lodging place and get accommodated to see the Machhapuchhare himal on the backdrop of sunrise and sunset.

DAY 1

Kathmandu to Pokhara

Enjoy a scenic drive in a tourist bus for about 7:30 hours. Then you will find yourself in Pokhara or I will organized your hotel in Pokhara stay overnight at Pokhara nice and clean 2 /3 star hotel depend on your budget.

Pokhara, Hotel
DAY 2

Pokhara-Deurali

You drive to the trailhead, the route from Kande is a good one and very few trekkers choose to start the trek from here. The trail is good, first slowly up, then a bit steeper to Australian Camp (2060m – About one hour), then after an early lunch slightly downhill to Pothana (1950m) and the ACAP / TIMS checkpoint, then up again to Deurali (2100m). And then overnight at Teahouse in Deurali. Read more

Deurali, Teahouse
DAY 3

Trek to Forest Camp

There is a right turn in Deurali signposted “Forest Camp” the trail is through jungle, at first up then undulating on the top of a ridge, there is a section just over half way where the trail drops steeply and then slowly gains height and then back onto the ridge and into Forest Camp (2600m)after about 4 hour trekking. There are now 3 lodges in Forrest Camp. Simple but clean so again a good choice. Read more

Forest Camp. Teahouse
DAY 4

Trek to Low camp

After our breakfast, The trail is initially quite steep leaving Forest Camp but soon gets less steep as you again get upon the ridge. From Forest Camp to Low Camp is only a short days trekking through more jungle with occasional glimpses of Annapurna South before getting into Low Camp (2970m) after around 3 hours. Although there are 2 lodges in Low camp, the lodges are very simple. Read more

Low Camp, Teahouse
DAY 5

Trek to High Camp

The trail leaves Low Camp again in jungle, but the trees soon start to get smaller and after about one hours trekking broke out of the jungle and onto the open ridge with spectacular views of Machhapuchhre ahead and Annapurna South to my left. The trail then undulates along the ridge and after about 3 hours trekking we arrived at High Camp (3550m).and then overnight at Teahouse in High Camp. Read more

High Camp, Teahouse
DAY 6

To Mardi H.B.C back H.Camp

Today we will reach our target point Mardi Himal base camp. It is possible to continue trekking along the ridge for another 4 to 5 hours to Mardi Himal Base Camp (4500m) and return to High Camp in around 4 hours – This makes a long day but there is also a viewpoint about half way. And then overnight at Lodge. Read more

High Camp, Teahouse
DAY 7

High to Pothana

After our breakfast we take a separate route to Landruk village. This can be large village that's on the thanks to Annapurna Reagion. we'll return to a junction that separates North American country between the path heading to Low Camp on the left and Landruk on the proper thus we have a tendency to take the proper one. Descending any can once more bring North American country back within the forest wherever the path is thus peaceful and quiet. Turning one and another circles we'll then reach Landruk village we will stay Dhampush overnight. Read more

Pothana, teahouse
DAY 8

Pothana-Fedi-Pokhara

Today we will move from Pothana to Fedi by walk and we will drive to Pokhara. It is our last day of trekking Mardi Himal base camp. we will say good by to our porters who carry your all bags while on trek. Overnight at Hotel in Pokhara.

Pokhara,Hotel
DAY 9

Back to Kathmandu

We ride the tourist but to Kathmandu and have lunch on the way. Upon arriving in Kathmandu, do some shopping souvenirs for dear ones back home and enjoy last hours in Nepal. Stay overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Kathmandu, Hotel

ACCOMMODATIONS

Day in trip
Location
Hotel
Day 1
Location Pokhara
Hotel Hotel
Day 2
Location Deurali
Hotel Teahouse
Day 3
Location Forest Camp
Hotel Teahouse
Day 4
Location Low Camp
Hotel Teahouse
Day 5
Location High camp
Hotel Teahouse
Day 7
Location Pothana
Hotel Teahouse
Day 8
Location Pokhara
Hotel Hotel
Day 9
Location Kathmandu
Hotel Hotel

TRIP PACKAGE

Package includes

  • All necessary paper works and conservation entry permits.
  • transportation from Kathmandu Pokhara.
  • transportation from Birethati- Pokhara.
  • transportation from Pokhara Kathmandu.
  • All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the treks.
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) Permit.
  • An experienced, helpful and friendly Guide, porters (1 porter for 2 peoples).
  • Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation and Insurance for the Guide and Porter.
  • Two nights standard accommodation in Pokhara ( First night of the trekking and last night of the trekking).
  • All government taxes.

Package excludes

  • Your Travel insurance.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • Food while you are in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • International airfare and airport departure tax.
  • All the alcoholic and non alcoholic Drinks.
  • Sweet things like chocolate.
  • Tips for the guide and porter.

REVIEWS

3 Reviews

Rosemary C., United States

Katmandu after arrival was fantastic. Rajan our guide welcomed us and made the transition to hotel easy for us. We did day tour of World Heritage Site ie Hanuman Dhoka / Kathmandu Durbar Square , Monkey Temple and Cremetory place of Hindu called Pashupatinath. Nepal is a beautiful place so much colour culture and diversity. Our guide is well informed on the history of his country. At any time if we needed help Rajan would be there for us. Read more

Sandy Mower, Australia

The flight into Jomson was spectacular. I enjoyed riding a horse up to Muktinath which was arranged by Indra when I told him how much I loved horse riding.We trekked at our own pace stopping at tea houses when we wanted too. Indra looked after us so well and nothing was too much trouble.It was a wonderful experience and we felt a great sense of satisfaction to arrive back in Pokhara after completing our trek,especially as we were in our late sixties! I can highly recommend Vistta Adventures to anyone going to Nepal. Read more

Anndalton, Australia

We are two mature aged Australian females and Indra and Sandy organised a three week adventure in Nepal to suit our fitness level and interests. We were extremely well looked after and every aspect of our time in Nepal was handled proficiently in a professional manner. We were met at the airport at Kathmandu and because there were only two of us we were able to stay in the guest room at Indra’s Kathmandu home. Our first impressions of Kathmandu were of noise, chaotic traffic, dust and crowds. We later discovered charming people, quieter areas, interesting and cheap shops and restaurants and a different way of life. During our first couple of days in Kathmandu were shown around the area visited an orphanage and were treated to an authentic Nepali Chulo evening where we enjoyed traditional food, drink, dancing and entertainment. The first part of our trip was a trek from Jomson to Pokhara accompanied by a guide and a porter. We were taken on a tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara which was an interesting ride through terraced hills much of it beside a river. Along the route there were buffalo ploughing, rice crops, women washing clothes in the river so we had plenty to watch. At Pokhara we stayed a Hotel Taj before our early morning flight to Jomson. Our guide Rajan told us to be ready to board the plane and get window seats at the front. That flight was one of the highlights of the trip and took us close to Annapurna and in amongst the mountain peaks just as the sun was rising. It is worth doing the trip for the flight alone particularly from our front seats on the right hand side of the small plane . The first days walk was an easy trek to Marpha and then on to Tukucha where we stayed at a Tea House. The views were amazing and the air cool, clear and fresh. It was easy to see why people get hooked on the mountains and keep returning. Rajan was very informative and knew heaps about the area and although Kamal, our porter, had limited English we were able to communicate and it was apparent he had a good sense of humour and was a pleasant companion. We spent 9 days trekking and took hundreds of photos of mountain views, rhododendrons, suspension bridges, passing donkeys and other trekkers. There were Tea houses along the route and Rajan found places for us to eat and stay and organised the trekking permits so we only had to enjoy the journey. One highlight was an early morning walk up Poon Hill to see the sunrise. This is a must for a lot of trekkers and there was a constant line of twinkling lights going up the hill. I found this hill a challenge and missed the sunrise but enjoyed the atmosphere at the summit where all nationalities mixed and enjoyed the views together. The last night we stayed at Sarakot to enjoy the fantastic views over Pokhara. On the final part of the walk down into Pokhara we met several other walkers struggling up the hill to Sarakot and were pleased we had started the trek from the other end. We enjoyed a day in Pokhara, checking out the shops, eating at the restaurants and walking beside the lake. Here we had to say farewell to Kamal who had looked after us, carried our luggage and taught us some card games. Rajan stayed with us and put on the tourist bus for the next part of the adventure in the National Park Chitwan. We were met in Chitwan and taken to a charming hotel with an immaculate garden. On our first day we were taken for a walk in the forest to look for animals and we were rewarded by the sight of a rhinoceros calmly eating weeds in a big pond. On our second day in Chitwan we were taken for an elephant ride through the forests before having the chance to wash the elephants in the river. It was more fun watching from the bank as younger people frolicked in the water and were hosed by the elephants. My favourite part of the Chitwan experience was a ride down the river in a shallow boat paddled by a guide who pointed out the numerous wild life including crocodiles. The following day we were taken to the tourist bus that headed back to Kathmandu but we were only going as far as Manakamana where we met by Indra and Sandy and taken to visit a fantastic Hindu temple high in the hills. On the walk towards the temple we enjoyed the inexpensive tourist stalls selling intricately carved stone and bone objects amongst a vast array merchandise. The next day we had the novel experience of a journey through rural countryside on a local bus to Gorkah. We walked from there to Dawa village which was where Indra originally came from. This was the part of the trip where we were completely away from the normal tourist routes and were able to stay in a traditional village home as part of a family and enjoy a meal cooked over a wood fire. It was a privilege to be shown around the village by the children who enjoyed practising their English and were very entertaining. The following day we walked back to the road to catch a bus back to Kathmandu. The normal buses, as opposed to the tourist buses are an experience not to be missed and we still laugh about aspects of that trip. Our final few days in Kathmandu passed very quickly and we were taken by two guides on an extensive tour of all the tourist sites in Kathmandu. We had the option of doing this tour by motorbike but since my insurance did not cover motorbike riding I opted to do in by car. A days outing I particularly enjoyed was a day with Sandy where we visited the Monkey temple and then had lunch at the British Club. Sandy also took us to see the biggest and best book shop I have ever been in. It had new and second had books and was very well organised. Sadly Sandy says it has since burnt down. A shopping trip in the Thamel concluded our adventure and with Indras help the already cheap prices were further reduced. I have no hesitation in recommending Vista Adventure Nepal and am happy for any intending travellers to contact me at Ann Australia. Read more

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