Tilicho Lake and Thorung La Pass Trek- 25 Days

Overview :- Tilicho Lake and Thorung La Pass Trek- 25 Days


Day 01: Arrival. Welcome by our office representative at the airport and brought to the hotel.

Day 02: Introduction to the guide. Briefing about the trekking and trekking preparation, including essentials. Stay overnight Kathmandu

Day 03: Breakfast. We begin this trip with 6 hours’ drive to Beshisahar (7,90m) from Kathmandu. The road leads along the mountains and thundering rivers like Trishuli and Marshandi. The green hill road is really amazing. Lunch is provided in a restaurant at the river bank on the way.

Day 04: Breakfast. Drive about 4 hours till Chamje (1,410m). The mountain road till Chamje is really wonderful. On the way a short lunch break. Your first trek to Tal starts from Chamje that takes about 2 hours. Stay overnight in Tal village (1800m).

Day 05: Breakfast. Trek about 4 hours trek to Danakyu (2,210m). In 2 hours pleasant walk we arrive at Dharapani (1860m) from where we can see the magnificent view of the Manaslu Himal (8156m). Lunch in Bagarchap. The trail goes gradually uphill. Stay overnight in Danakyu.

Day 06: Breakfast. Trek about 5 hours to Chame (2,700m) . First 2 hours trail is really steep till Timang where you have a lunch break. From Timang, the trail leads almost flat till Chame. If the weather is good, you can have beautiful view of the Mt. Manaslu from Timang. As you move ahead towards Chame, you can see the beautiful Mt. Annapurna Second. Stay overnight in Chame.

Day 07: Breakfast. Trek about 5 hours to Pisang (3,200m). The trail passes through the pine tree with amazing views of rocks. Lunch in Bratang. You can see the beautiful buck wheat fields and Buddhist ‘Mani Walls’ with prayer wheels in Pisang where you stay overnight.

Day 08: Breakfast. Trek about 5 hours to Manang (3,400m) through almost flat road. Lunch in Hongde. The faces of the very tall rocks and Hongde airport are the main attractions of the day. Stay overnight in Manang.

Day 09: Acclimatization and Excursion Day in Manang. This day is for you to get ready to encounter with the high altitude of the Thorong-La Pass (5,415 m) in the following days. Excursion around the Manang village is memorable. You can also some visit monasteries and walk around Chongar View Point. With Nepal Guide info Team Guide)

Day 10: Breakfast. Heading towards Shree Kharka (4,250m). It is about 5 hours walk from Manang. In 2 and half hours trek, we arrive to Khangshar village on the way which is the collection of traditional stone buildings surrounding a large village square. Lunch in Khangshar where you will enjoy the beautiful scene of the Tilicho Peak and Bluesheep. From Khangsar, the trail leads gradually uphill. Stay overnight in Shree Kharka.

Day 11: Breakfast. Trek to Tilicho Base Camp (4,200m) for 3 hours where we take lunch. The trail from Shree Kharka to Tilicho Base Camp is really tough and challenging. The trail is so narrow, just enough to keep our feet on. Stay overnight in Tilicho Base Camp.

Day 12: Breakfast. Trek about 3 hours to Tilicho Lake, the final destination of this trek. Excursion around Tilicho Lake for about 30 minutes. Trek back to Shree Kharka. This day we will walk about 6 hours all together.

Day 13: Breakfast. Trek about 6 hours to Yak Kharka (4,020m) Today we walk most of the flat and steep down trail. But for some time we walk through steep up to Yak Kharka. A short packed lunch break on the way. Stay overnight in Yak Kharka.

Day 14: Breakfast. Start walking gradually uphill for about 4 hours till Thorong Phedi (4,500m). Lunch and rest. For your acclimatization, talk one hour steep hiking to High Camp in the afternoon and get back to Thorong Phedi for overnight stay.

Day 15: Today we take breakfast early in the morning and walk about 4 hours steep up and 4 hours down to Muktinath (3,810m) via Thorong-La pass. Take a packed lunch break on the way. It is the longest trek of the entire trip. Stay overnight in Muktinath.

Day 16: Breakfast. Muktinath Temple excursion. About 3 hours pleasant walk to Kagbeni (2,800m) through all the way down trail. Visit beautiful Kagbeni village located at the bank of Kaligandaki river and take lunch here. The red-walled ‘Kagchode Thubten Sampheling Gompa’ is really exciting to visit. Stay overnight in Kagbeni.

Day 17: Breakfast. Trek about 6 hours to Tukuche (2,600m). In 3 hours trek, we arrive at Jomsom (2,750m), the headquarters of the Mustang district on the way. Take a brief look around Jomsom and lunch. The road passes almost flat and down till Tukuche. We pass by Marpha village on the way where you can see the beautiful apple and apricot gardens from. Stay overnight in Tukuche.

Day 18: Breakfast. Today we walk about 5 hours to Ghasa (2,000m). The trail passes along the bank of Kaligandaki river. Lunch in Kalopani, meaning ‘black water’. If the weather allows, you can view the beautiful Nilgiri Peak (6,940m), Dhoaulagiri (8,137m) and Annapurna Himal (8,091m). Stay overnight in Ghasa.

Day 19: Breakfast. Starts about 6 hours trek to Tatopani (1,100m), meaning ‘hot water’. Enjoy the natural hot water spring that is believed to be natural treatment to skin disease. Stay overnight in Tatopani.

Day 20: Breakfast. Move ahead for 7 hours uphill to Ghorepani (2,800m) via the beautiful Sikha village where you will have your lunch. Stay overnight in Ghorepani.

Day 21: In the early morning we walk about 45 minutes uphill and arrive at the best view point of Nepal. View the whole range of Mt. Dhoaulagiri, Annapurna and Nilgiri as well as the sunrise. We spend about 45 minutes here and trek back down to Ghorepani. Take breakfast. Trek down about 4 hours to Hile (1,500m) and have Lunch. This is the last food of this Journey.After Lunch about 2 hours trek down to Birethanti (1,100m) where Your brave journey ends here. In about 45 minutes’ drive, we arrive at Pokhara, the very popular touristy place in Nepal. Stay overnight in Pokhara.

Day 22: Today, you will enjoy your breakfast, lunch and some drinks in nice restaurant at the bank of ‘Phewa Lake’. You may make a short tour on your own around lakeside if do not want the whole day rest.

Day 23: Drive or fly back to Kathmandu from Pokhara.

Day 24: Sightseeing/shopping in Kathmandu and farewell dinner.

Day 25: Drop off at the airport and departure for selected destination.

Cost Included

Airport Pick up and drop, Cost of staying in 3 star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara and teahouses during trek, Guided tour in Kathmandu, Temple and monument entry fee

Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara, All ground transportation, All meals during the treks no extra charge for single travelers, Down jacket, 4 seasonal sleeping bag (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion), Welcome and farewell dinners

All porters costs, All costs for a Red Dragon Travel BureauGuide/leader (First Aid and Eco trained English Speaking), a Sherpa assistant leader(s) and assistant Trek leader

All necessary paper works and permits, Travel and Rescue arrangements

Exclusive Medical Kit Bag, All government and local taxes Red Dragon Travel Bureau Kit Bag

Cost Excluded

Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)/ International airfare to and from home, Excess baggage charges, Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara, Travel and rescue insurance, Portable Altitudes Chamber (PAC) for safety measures., Personal expenses e.g. phone calls, laundry, bar bills and extra porters, Tips for guides and porters, Optional trips and sightseeing if the trip is extended

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