|Group Size||02-12 People|
|Arrival On||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Departure From||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Accommodation||Stone Built Houses (tea houses) during trek|
|Meals||All meals during trek & breakfast in kathmandu|
“Life is an adventure so don’t be afraid to challenge yourself and go for a life-changing trip vacation.”
The Makalu Base Camp Trek is a true adventure with scenery so beautiful that it will never enervate you. Upon joining this trek, trekkers get to travel in an overwhelmingly stunning region of Makalu Base Camp while enjoying the beautiful natural scenery. Keeping up with the vibrantly gorgeous natural setting, trekkers can enjoy the tantalizing mountain vistas which are surely going to take your breath away.
Our 24 days trek starts with a 60 minute in length flight to Tumlingtar while the genuine trek begins from Chichila. The trekking course is populated by a various cross-area of Nepali people groups, a considerable lot of whom live in secluded towns and depend on subsistence cultivating for their jobs. The lower compasses of the trail are famous for their lavishness with verdant rhododendron woods through the upper ranges of the trail include finished rock bluffs topped by hanging icy masses, flooding with waterfalls. As you stroll up the stream valleys, colossal mountain vistas will unfurl before you, including the massifs of Makalu, Everest, and Lhotse. This exceptional scene protects a portion of the keep going flawless mountain biological systems on earth. The Barun Valley is a piece of a colossal worldwide secured territory between the international borderline of Nepal and China. Because of its relative unavailability, it is little-known to travelers and few trekking bunches visit. The district was totally shut to the outside world until 1952 when Eric Shipton went by, intersection what ended up plainly known as the Shipton-La (4,220m). Makalu Base Camp offers a remarkable chance to investigate high-height territories, snow-clad scenes and ethnic Himalayan way of life. From a viewpoint above base camp, you can appreciate a sublime scene of a portion of the world’s most noteworthy mountains, including Everest (8,850m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Chamlang(7,319m) and Baruntse(7,220m). The Makula-Barun Valley gives shocking differences, where high waterfalls course into profound crevasses, rocky rocks ascend from rich green woods, and vivid blossoms sprout underneath white snow tops.
If you’re searching for some tranquil natural paradise to get lost in while gaining in-depth ecological and cultural insights then our Makalu Base Camp trek is just the one for you. It is highly likable by people who don’t enjoy the company of other foreign trekkers during their advent to reach the base camp of Mt. Makalu. For this trek, in general, we prefer April to May and early September to November as the perfect time to come and visit this region. Contact, Himalayan Holyland Treks & Expedition today and get exclusive trek package to the stunning natural serenity of Makalu region.
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Day 01: Arrival at TIA, Kathmandu airport and transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Full day sightseeing of world heritage sites in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Kathmandu-Tumlingtar flight – Walk to Khadbari (1,040 m – 4-hrs hiking).
Day 04: Khadbari (1,040 m) – Chichila (1830 m – 5/6 hrs hiking).
Day 05: Chichila (1830 m) – Num (1490 m – 5 hrs hiking).
Day 06: Num (1490 m) – Sedua – (1460 m 5/6 hrs hiking).
Day 07: Sedua (1460 m) – Tashi Gaon (2070 m – 5 hrs hiking).
Day 08: Tashi Gaon (2070 m) – Kauma (3470 m – 6 hrs hiking).
Day 09: Kauma (3470 m) Rest day.
Day 10: Kauma (3470 m) – Mumbuk (3570 m – 5 hrs hiking).
Day 11: Mumbuk (3570 m) – Neha Kharka – (3000 m – 6 hrs hiking).
Day 12: Neha Kharka – (3000 m) – Sherson (4615 m – 7 hrs hiking).
Day 13: Sherson (4615 m) – Makalu base camp (5000 m – 4/5 hrs hiking).
Day 14: Exploration day of Makalu base camp.
Day 15: Makalu base camp to Neha Kharka – (3000 m).
Day 16: Neha Kharka (3000 m) – Mumbuk (3570 m).
Day 17: Mumbuk (3570 m) – Kauma (3470 m).
Day 18: Kauma (3470 m) – Tashi Gaon (2070 m).
Day 19: Trek to Pakuwa (1520 m).
Day 20: Pukuwa (1520 m) – Bumling – 1160 m.
Day 21: Bumling-Tumlingtar – 860 m.
Day 22: Tumlingtar-Kathmandu flight.
Day 23: Kathmandu free day and fare well diner in a traditional Nepali restaurant.
Day 24: Final departure Day.