Rich in culture, nature and remoteness. This special and newly developed rural trek is an 'off the beaten track' and enables close contact with several indigenou groups. One of them is the Pun-Magar ethnic group who have their own language, culture and customs. This trek offers you a variety of accommodation, ranging from staying with local families, lodges and community-run lodges specifically built to encourage eco-tourism in this remote area. You will have the great opportunity to experience rural life in the villages of Nepal.
From Lespar, we climb steep hills and forests, all the way up to Nangi village. Nangi village is a beautiful and famous village. It is well known for its Wireless Internet Service introduced by Mr. Mahabir Pun who received the Magasese International Award. Lespar has a Higher Secondary school, telephone facilities and a Nepalese brown paper factory which you can visit if you wish to. The Dhaulagiri Mountain range is visible from the village.
After enjoying the sunrise and magnificent mountain views, we start our journey slowly by walking downhill through a trail surrounded by rhododendron, pine, oak and Juniper trees. We will hear and see various species of birds on our way to the very famous view point of Poonhill. We will then continue down to Ghorepani for about an hour.
An early climb to the summit of Poon Hill (3200 m) to watch the sunrise across a magnificent Himalayan panorama. After breakfast we them continue through forest of Rhododendron and reach Ulleri. Then after lunch we can continue to complete our last day’s journey, Nayapul (1070 m) leaving the mountains behind us and completing our 7 day trek. An one and half an hour’s drive by van or taxi takes us back to the relaxing Lakeside of Pokhara.
We provide bagpacks, crampons, and maps. Price Includes: Guide, assistants, 3 meals per day, afternoon tea & snacks, accommodation for the duration of the trek(2 persons per room).
However, during high season one room per two clients may not be always available. If this should happen we request our clients to be flexible and share a triple or room with four beds. Annapurna Park entry and TIMS fees, staff insurance, transport to and from the trailhead, two nights' accommodation pre and post the trek and a complimentary massage after the trek from Seeing Hands, a blind organization. (proud to introduce one of our product) and can supply 75 liters backpack for the main trekking stuff, light crampons, gaiters and trekking map.
Assistant - (maximum weight to carry is 10 kg for female assistant guide and 13 kg for male assistant guide).
Doesn't include: Soft beverages, air tickets & client insurance.
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Rural Trek (Nangi)
Difficulty level : moderate
Sunday to Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm