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Non – touristic area trekking

Trip Facts


Price: USD 0

Duration: 8 days

Group Size: 2

Max. Altitude: 1945 M

Daily walking Hour: 4 - 6 hrs

Best Season: September to April

Accommodation: Home-stay and Resort

Transportation: Tourist Couch, four wheel jeep

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (BLD)

Activities: Hiking & Trekking, Tours & Sightseeing, Safari & Canoeing

Most exciting adventure Rafting, trekking and wild life exploration in the last hill from Himalaya

Those people who wish to experience remote parts of Nepal (but not remote as the Himalayas) once upon make an exceptional trek to destinations which are unknown or untouched. The most thrilling features of the regions will offer you with real Himalayan hubs, special experience about peoples and their life style, diverse cultures, socio-economic situation as well as total sustainable eco-trekking.

The programs detail which are figured out for those area leads you to explore views of the mountain where mainly inhabited by the natives- Gurung, Magar, Tamang, Chepang, Brahman, Chhetri and others which includes magnificent views of snow clad peaks together.

The region is rich with its natural beauty and conserved flora & fauna. Other things as an addition will add to your journey around many traditional and cultural activities like Lamaism, Shamanism, Natural Herbal Medication, food Habit, Colorful culture shows in seasonal occasions like in Dashain which is the main festival of Nepal in October and in July we can see peoples working in their farm which can be seen while walking on the route.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1:Day 01: Drive to Charaudi for three hrs
The rafting put-in point then we will meet our raft crew. The leader of the raft will give short briefing on safety procedure. Within whole day we encounter several big-small rapids but the main interesting one are after Majhimtar which is just before the upset rapid and according to the Colorado river rating scale this rapit has been rated from 3 to 4. All tricky rapids bear Nepali name as well as common names, which will be told by the rafting guide. Lunch will be served on the beach of the river just before going through the upset rapids. Shortly after lunch we will encounter another rapid known as surprise. It is indeed, for the current accelerates and the rapid increase in size and frequency. We will spend a night at Kuringhat camp.

Day 2:Rafting and hike to Hattibang
After breakfast, we continue raft-encountering Mugling & Simaltal rapid and pass another Marshyangdi river, which has flowed down from Manang Valley. Arrive put-out-point at Simaltal then drive an hour’s to Hugdi, starting point of the trail. Hugdi is between Mugling and Krisna Bhir in Dhading district. About 4 hrs walk will arrive at Hattibang. Hattibang offers good scenery of the surrounding mountains and you will trekt hrough pristine mid hill forest. You can experience Magar, Chepang Giri and Puri cultures at the community-run home-stay and community- managed guest house. The cultural show b locals can enjoyed at evening time. Local handicrafts can be possessed here. You can make a tour of the village and visit the community lodge.

Day 3:Trek from Hattibang to Jyanjala via Jautesh
Trek from Hattibang to Jyanjala via Jautesh. Changa and Dinglang take about 3 hrs to reach. On the way you cross several villages and visit the community lodge.

Day 4:Trek from Jyanjala to Upperdang Gadi
Trek from Jyanjala to UpperdaNGADHI VIA Siraichuli and Chisapanitar and it takes about 6:30 hrs. You will trek through rough landscape and vegetation. Siraichuli (1945m.) is one of the highest hill of Mahabharat ranges. It offers magnificent views of the mountains and fascinating views of sunrise and sunset. You can enjoy the spectacular views of Rolwalling, Gaurishankar, Langtang, Gorkha Himal, Manaslu, Peak 29, Himalchuli, Annapurna Range Dhaulagiri and the Chitwan national park in the terai south side. Chisapanitar is a popular bird watching site where 250 varieties of bird species are found. The dense forest in this region is also home to other wild animals. Upperdangdhi was the Headquarter of Chitwan till early 1962. The remains of a historic fort that defended the surrounding countryside are still here. The fort at 1275 is said to have been built by Shatru Bhanjan Shah. Here you can also enjoy the magnificent views

Day 5:Trek from Upperdangadi to Shaktikhor
Trek from Upperdangadi to Shaktikhor, the ending point of the trek provides innumerable opportunity to visitors for a memorable cultural experience. You can gain cultural experience at Shaktikhor. Other attractions include visit to Chepang Museum, Sinti waterfall and Sinti cave. You can make village tour and can enjoy cultural show performed by Chepang and Magar.

Day 6:Drive from Shaktikhor to Chitwan National Park
Drive from Shaktikhor to Chitwan National Park, which takes about 1 hrs drive. Arrive Chitwan and transfer to the Hotel Himalaya Thunder Jungle view Resort. Upon arrival will have briefing about activities and Facilities. After Lunch naturalist will take you culture tour to Tharu village, Musium tour, sun set tour in the evening, Tharu stick dance, overnight at Himalaya Thunder jungle view resort.

Day 7:Whole day Jungle activity
Whole day jungle activity which includes elephant ride, canoe, nature walk, visit to elephant breeding center, jeep ride etc. We can also enjoy a night at Himalaya Thunder Jungle View Resort.

Day 8:Drive to Kathmandu or Pokhara
After breakfast bird watching tour. You will once again go through the experience hand of our Naturalist, able to encounter many of the rare and migratory species of birds which numbers to more than 450 species, while walking along the park of the bank of the river. And after then drive towards Kathmandu or Pokhara 09.00 is Departure.

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