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P. O. Box.: 19538, Thamel, Kathmandu , Nepal

Tel.: 977-1-4255715, 4255702
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Trekking   • Langtang   • Helambu Circuit Trek

Helambu Circuit Trekking

Min Group Size: Any
Season: All Year
Departure date: Sun, Tue, Fri, Sat
Trekking Gread: 2Helambu circuit trek

The Helambu Circuit trek is a wonderful shorter trek that is very close to Kathmandu which is ideal for those who have a short time to trek or don't have the desire to trek long distances. This trek involves a loop around the Helambu region of the park and gives you great contact with local villages and the people that inhabit them. Rivers and mountainous valleys are another attraction of this trek. This trip involves moderate hiking and reaches a height of 3500 m. Melemchi Gaon and Tarke Gyang the principle Sherpa villages of this area.

Itinerary

Day 01: Kathmandu arrival/ transfer to hotel/ our represent will be at the airport to receive you on your arrival. Just look for Eco Trek's banner.
Day 02: Kathmandu guided city tour.
Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Sundarijal. Trek to Chisapani.
Day 04: Trek to Kutumsang.
Day 05: Trek to Thare Pati.
Day 06: Trek to Tarke Gyang.
Day 07: Trek to Sermathang.
Day 08: Trek to Melamchi. Drive to Kathmandu.
Day 09: Departure/ drive to airport (or you can stay as longer as your time permits).

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Package Includes
Daily itinerary as described, all inclusive camping or lodge trek with English speaking guide and porters, all meals on trek, tea, all fees and land transportation, coffee and boiled water, camping gear such as twin sharing tent, mattress, toilet tent, dinning/kitchen tent, necessary staff.

Package Does Not Included
Bottled beverages,tips, items of a personal nature, delay due to weather, equipment failure or situations beyond our control.

Langtang Region Trekking Itineraries

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