MOHARE DANDA & PUNHILL TREK
Mohare Danda Trek is one of those less popular trekking routes in Nepal that are mostly left unexplored by large group of tourists.
- Duration 12 Days
- Difficulty Level Low
- Includes Equipment, Drinks, Accommodations, Food
Mohare Danda Trek is one of those less popular trekking routes in Nepal that are mostly left unexplored by large group of tourists. While that may not sound promising to you, it is a great trek to join if you are searching for something less strenuous and easy. Also, the overall trek allows you to visit Pokhara city and traverse through the stunning Annapurna region of western Nepal that has all the necessary properties of being one of the world’s best trekking destination. Mohare Danda trek is one of the classic treks in Nepal. It combines the visit to Mohare Danda and trekking to Annapurna Base Camp. Mohare Danda Trek is one of the popular trekking trails of the Annapurna region. This is a special and well-designed trail. The trail is good for seeing and enjoying the flora and fauna. In addition to this, it also offers a panoramic view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain range. This route takes you to the most spectacular mountain scenery.
|>> Grade: easy
|>> Maximum elevation: 3300 m
|>> Group size: min 1 and max 10
|>> Arrival on: Kathmandu, Nepal
|>> Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal
|>> March via newly opened tourist destinations in Nepal following the peaceful and off the beaten trail viewing the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan Ranges.
|>> Breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, terraced fields, green hills and high pasturelands.
|>> Explore rich culture, rituals and lifestyle of ethnic groups including Magar and Gurung people.
|>> Have magnificent 360-degree panoramic views from Mohare Danda-the vantage point for sunrise and sunset.
|>> Best for those who expect something less strenuous and easy trek.
You will welcome by our representative in airport and transfer to hotel. Welcome dinner
Visit the world heritage site with city guide i.e. Swaybhunath, Boudhanath, Bhakatapur.
Today, we will be driving to Pokhara in the morning after having breakfast. During the journey, you will be seeing the lifestyle of the rural villages. It further offers green hills, rivers, farms, and beautiful scenery. Hotel in Pokhara.
Today, you will be driving from Pokhara to Ghumaune Tal with beautiful mountain sceneries, Hills, rivers, farms, and villages. After reaching Ghumaune Tal, the trail goes to Jomsom and Muktinath. After having lunch, the trail leads to cross a suspension bridge over the Kaligandaki River to Bas Kharka. You will have to climb a steep trail on a rock. Community Lodge in Bas Kharka.
The trek takes you through the large Pun Magar Settlement. Here, you will have a chance to explore Magar culture, organic farm and village school. Homestay at Nagi.
Today, the trail goes up through the forest of Oaks, Bamboo, and Rhododendrons to Mohare Danda. Mohare Danda is a beautiful place that offers the most amazing Annapurna Range of Mt. Dhaulagiri. Mt. Dhaulagiri is the 7th highest mountain in the world and it locates in the Annapurna region. Lodge in Mohare Danda
Today, we will be going to Mohare Danda and Ghorepani. The trail leads us towards the Rhododendron forest and surrounded the Himalayas with magnificent views. After crossing this rhododendron forest, we will be checking into the Lodge of Ghorepani. You can walk around the small market town in Ghorepani. Overnight stay at Lodge
Today, you will be hiking to the most pleasant place in the early morning i.e. Poonhill. Poonhill is a beautiful place to see the amazing sunrise and spectacular views of Annapurna range and wonderful panoramic views of the 7th highest mountain in the world i.e. Mt. Dhaulagiri. After this, we will trek from Ghorepani to Ulleri (1960m)
We are frequently looked up by policemen, souvenir vendors, and of course, monkeys (The real one!!!) we’ll pass through a narrow valley climbing down 3,280 steep stone steps. As we advance forward, we can observe the increase in human settlements proceeding across Hile, Birethanti. And drive to Pokhara