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The Bhairav KundaTrekking

Bhairav Kunda is named after the destructive manifestation of Lord Shiva (Bhairav) and is one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites for shamans. Both Hindu and Buddhist devotees come to this mountain to pay homage and wash their sins during the full moon of Bhadra (August). Bhairav Kunda Trek is one of the recently opened trekking circuits - with unprecedented mountain views, rich culture, unsurpassed natural beauty, traditional villages and biological diversity. You will travel through the beautiful mountain scenery, terraced fields and characteristic houses of rural villages of different ethnic groups. You will also discover a lot about the people of Tamang, Sherpa and Yolmo and their typical culture, traditions and interesting dialect.

 

We specialize in organizing treks in Nepal, which are unique and off the beaten touristic track!

 

Day 1: Welcome to Nepal

Arrival at Tribhuvan airport in Kathmandu (1340 meters), a warm welcome by our representative and transfer to hotel. Time to visit DurbarSquare.

Meals: -

Overnight: Kathmandu Guesthouse

 

Day 2: Kathmandu the UNESCO sites

In the morning, visit a major Buddhist center, the Swayambhunath stupa known as the monkey temple famous for a large number of monkeys living inside. This ancient religious complex is located on top of a hill in west side of Kathmandu valley. From the top you can enjoy a wonderful view of the city and the valley that surrounds it. Later, visit the Temple of Pashupatinath, Nepal's most important Hindu temple devoted to Lord Shiva. The original building dates back to the 6th century BC and is known for its pagoda-shaped architecture. This place, also known as Little Benares, is located along the Bagmati River, where funeral ceremonies take place every day. Visit the stunning Boudhanath Stupa, the most important Buddhist cultural center in Kathmandu, as many refugees from Tibet stopped at this place, creating more than 50 Gompa (Tibetan monasteries). Since 1979, Boudhanath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Meals: Breakfast

Overnight: Kathmandu Guesthouse

 

Day 3: Jalbire 1040m - 6/7 hours

Departing by car to Jalbire.

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 4: Trek from Jalbire to Chanaute 1350m (4/5 hours).

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 5: Trek from Chanaute to Khanigaon 2000m (6/7 hours).

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 6: Explore the Villages.

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 7: Trek from Khanigaon to Forest Camp 3150m (6/7 hours).

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 8: Trek from Forest Camp to Pati 3765m (5/6 hours).

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 9: Trek to Pai to Bhairav ??Kund 4364m (3/4 hours).

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 10: Trek from Bhairav ??Kund to Sherpagaon 2500m (6/7 hours).

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 11: Trek from Sherpagaon to Larch 1500m (2/3 hours)

Meals: Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner

Overnight: Camping

 

Day 12: Kathmandu (6/7 hours).

Departure for Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. Rest of the day available for leisure.

Meals: Breakfast

Overnight: Kathmandu Guesthouse

 

Day 13: Bhaktapur - Patan - Kathmandu.

Departure for the visit of Bhaktapur, an ancient Newari city located on the east of the Kathmandu Valley. It was founded in the 12th century by the dynasty of the Malla kingdom and from the 16th century it became an important caravan transit center on the route between India and Tibet. Today the site has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The famous 55-window Palace is located in Bhaktapur Darbar sSquare. The whole historical architecture is in the Newari style and is dotted with several pagoda temples. The road to Kathmandu also offers another marvel, Patan, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with Kathmandu and Bhaktapur, it is one of the main cities in the Kathmandu valley. It rises just past the River Bagmati and among its architectural jewels; it boasts the beautiful Patan Durbar Square full of temples, statues and palaces. Famous for being a traditional handicraft center, Patan is an ideal place to buy jewelry, Buddha statues and masks.

Meals: Breakfast

Overnight: Kathmandu Guesthouse

 

Day 14: Goodbye

Transfer to the airport and end of our services.

Meals: Breakfast

 

From 1900 euros per person

 

Included in the price:

Car in Kathmandu

Transfers out of town with private car

Accommodation in double room with breakfast

Transfers to the airport for arrivals / departures.

English speaking Guide and porter during the trek

All the personal and material needed during camping trek

Trekking  permits

 

Not included in the price:

Usual tips for guides and drivers

Personal expenses.

International flights

The Nepalese visa

Travel and rescue insurance