|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|
Thorong La Pass Trek takes you to the region of extremities and provides you with enough thrills and adventure during the entire journey in the rain shadow areas of Annapurna region. From climbing across the widest pass in the world to trekking past the deepest river gorge in the world, trekkers can experience many diversities and contrasts during Thorong La Pass Trek. Lushness of landscape and its arid nature, face to face view of lofty Himalayas, influence of Hinduism at lower altitude and Buddhism at higher altitudes, diverse vegetation, flora and fauna and the side trip to one of the world’s serene and highest lake; Thorong La Pass trek tests your patience and rewards you with the bests of challenge, diversity, and beauty.
Thorong La Pass Trek, the adventure of a lifetime, begins from Beshisahar, the district headquarters of Lamjung district in western Nepal. The adventure continues along the company of mighty Marsyangdi River and passes through Gurung settlements and continues along to the region dominated and inhabited by locals following Tibetan Buddhism. Greenery and lushness of hills, terraced fields, several suspension bridges, waterfalls and popular settlements of Bahundanda, Syange, Jagat and Sattale are main highlights of your trek before you enter into Manang from Tal village. Ahead we trek past Mani walls and chortens, prayer flags and prayer wheels, settlements of Koto, Chame, Hongde, and others, and arid landscape to reach the mystic Manang village. Take a side trip to the gorgeous Tilicho Lake and head on towards the formidable Thorongla Pass (5,416m). After a challenging uphill climb to the summit of the pass enjoy the marvelous scenery, panoramic view of the Himalayas and vast landscape. Trek down to the holy Muktinath Temple, considered sacred by Hindu and Buddhists alike, and then to Jomsom before returning back to Pokhara and then to Kathmandu to wrap up the Thorong La Pass Trek.
Opened to foreign trekkers in 1977, Thorong La Pass Trek (a part of Annapurna Circuit) has been drawing the attention of adventurers from around the world. A challenging and strenuous trek, this adventure requires trekkers to have very high physical fitness and ability to endure challenging walk on high and mountainous terrain. You need to develop an ability to walk for about 7-8 hours on average for several days in remote areas with basic facilities. This adventurous walk in the foothills of Annapurna has the seasons of autumn and spring as the best time period to trek. Join us to have the ultimate trekking experience in Nepal.
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