Panch Pokhari Trek
Panch Pokhari is a gathering of five lakes in the Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal. It is the ninth most astounding elevation lake in the world. Panch Pokhari is secured by common excellence, natural decent variety, and cultural heritage. Panch Pokhari lies in the arms of the delightful Himalayan range. It is a well-known destination for Hindus/Buddhist journey and experience voyager. Numerous Travelers visit Panch Pokhari in Janai Purnima (the month in August).
Panch Pokhari is one of the principles highlight of Langtang National Park, situated at Panch Pokhari Thangpal Rural Municipality, Sindhupalchowk areas, the focal Himalayan district. The primary attractions of Panch Pokhari are delightful Himalayan perspectives with distinct culture and custom. Mt. Dorje Lakpa, Jugal Himal, Langtang Range, Rolwaling Himalaya are principle fascination of the Panch Pokhari trekking. Panch Pokhari is a standout amongst the best trekking goals in Nepal. Panch Pokhari is arranged at a height of 4100m above from ocean level. Panch Pokhari trekking misleads the north piece of the Kathmandu valley; the chain of pinnacles called Jugal Himal that incorporates Dorje Lakpa (6966m) Madiya (6257m) and Phurbi Chhyachu (6,637 m).
The Panch Pokhari Trek starts from a six hours vehicle ride from Kathmandu city arriving at Chautara of Sindhupalchowk locale. The trekking trail to Panch Pokhari is a great strolling experience crossing through thick forests, green mountains, conventional cultivating lands, customary villages and high slopes of commonplace Nepal that indicates perspectives on far away mountains lost in the skyline. The higher rise districts are generally occupied by Tamang, Sherpa, Gurung, Rai, Limbu, Magar people group who are initially called the Himalayan peoples or mountain peoples. The Panch Pokhari area is a full wild nature with loaded with characteristic marvels like caverns, valleys, icy masses, lakes, cascades, lavish forests and so on. The Panch Pokhari area is comprehensively perceived as a ninth high wetland of the globe which is yet untainted by urbanization.
Day by Day Trip Plan
Day 1: Greeting at Tribhuvan International Airport (Transfer to Hotel)
Our Speedy Tourism and Travel member will meet you at the airport and exchange to your inn. As you spruce up after your long voyage, you will be approached to visit our office for an instruction on your program. You will have a gathering with your trekking guide and talk about the equipment required for the trekking and we will process for the trekking permits. If you arrive around evening time, we will have a similar discussion in the next day morning.
Day2: A full day recreational tour of Kathmandu
The exceptionally next morning, after breakfast you will be taken for an entire day touring visit around Kathmandu valley. You can visit the focal point of pilgrimage Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, exceptionally ancient and basically enrolled in UNESCO World Heritage sites. The greatest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath may make you feel quiet and harmony and visit Patan the city of expressive arts and Durbar Square is brimming with Hindu sanctuaries and Buddhist landmarks. On an adventure back to the lodging, you can investigate the neighborhoods, and way of life. After your supper, you can maybe go for a relaxed walk through the well-known streets like Thamel and Durbarmarg.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Chautara [1450m]
Towards the beginning of today we have an excellent 5-hour drive to the small village of Chautara. While little, Chautara is the headquarter of Sindhupalchowk region and we will camp here today around evening time, prepared to start strolling tomorrow. From our campground you can unwind and appreciate the dazzling mountain sees, or if you like to investigate, you can increase some knowledge into the culture and lifestyle of the village.
Day 4: Trek to Sano Okhareni [1965m]
Today we have around 5 hours of trek to reach Sano Okhareni. Our way goes through beautiful villages where we can perceive how the different ethnic groups live one next to the other. We camp at Sano Okhareni close to a pine forest and with extraordinary perspectives to the mountains.
Day 5: Trek to Kami Kharka [2810m]
Today we can begin delicately with around 1 hour of steady tough trekking to Thulo Okhareni. From here we get into the more extreme move with around 4 hours of strolling through dazzling, thick Rhododendron and pine forests. If we are lucky and perceptive, we may detect some wild creatures, for example, mountain deer or langur monkeys and Nepali birdlife like the Danphe. This evening, we camp on a pasture field ground for roaming steers herders (Kharka).
Day 6: Trek to Pauwa Bas [3000m]
Today our trek is pleasant and delicate, being genuinely level ('Nepali level') and we can make the most of our forest’s trails and wildlife spotting. We have around 5 to 6 hours through the thick forests of rhododendron, oak, pine, and juniper and we can see some traveler's homes for dairy cattle in transit. In Pauwa Bas there is a sanctuary for travelers to Panch Pokhari.
Day 7: Trek to Hille Bhanjyang [3400m]
Early today we have a precarious tough stretch for around 3 hours, taking as much time as is needed. We recover our breath on the precarious downhill however as we slide for 1 ½
hours through the thick forests. We have some incredible mountain views on our way down into our camp at Hille Bhanjyang.
Day 8: Trek to Narsim Patti [3700m]
Today we just have around 4 hours of strolling. Along these lines, we try not to stress about the precarious tough segment to begin the day, taking around 60 minutes. At that point we appreciate the continuous plummet of around 3 hours through rough slopes and rhododendron forests into camp at Narsim Patti. There is a little rest house for the travelers on their way to the blessed site of Panch Pokhari and we have incredible mountain sees from our campground.
Day 9: Trek to Panch Pokhari [4100m]
Today we arrive! We have around 3 hours of slow descend walk through rocky hills to reach our destination of Panch Pokhari (Panch means ‘five’ and Pokhari means ‘lake'). This shocking setting is a segregated journey site where the Janai Purnima celebration is held in August. Numerous Hindu and Buddhist travelers visit this Pokhari every year and we can see two explorer houses and the sanctuary devoted to Lord Shiva.
Day 10: Trek to Panch Pokhari top, trek to Tupi Danda [2320m]
Early today we have an encouraging start to get dazzling dawn over the mountains! We have around half an hour tough to view the lovely sight of the sun ascending over the Himalayas and our all-encompassing perspective incorporates Incredibles Mount Dorje Lakpa, Jugal Himal Range, Rolwaling Range, and Langtang Range. Early in the morning, we head down to Panch Pokhari to pack up and begin heading for home. We have around six hours down some lofty trails through the rhododendron woodland to Tupi (Danda signifies 'edge') and our camp.
Day 11: Trek to Dhap [1200m]
Today we have around 5 hours of strolling, 2 of which are very steep downhill, and the rest is very dimension as we advance through terraced fields to the wonderful village of Dhap. Dhap is home to Tamang families and it gives us an incredible opportunity to increase some understanding into the lives, culture and conventional architecture of Tamang villages.
Day 12: Rest day and explore the culture
Day 13: Trek to Melamchi [800m]
Today we have around 6 hours of strolling. We stroll down through terraced fields, along the Indrawati River. We go through beautiful villages and see a hydroelectricity project while in transit to Tipini and our re-prologue to a street! Melamchi Pul Bazaar which lies at the bank of Melamchi Khola (stream) and Indrawati River is relatively a major village for this zone. There are a few cabins, cafés, government workplaces, schools, universities, post office and armed army police camp. We will camp by the riverside and on the off chance that you like you can invigorate yourself with a plunge in the stream.
Day 14: Melamchi to Kathmandu
Today we return on jeep/vehicle enjoying the picturesque drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 15: Final Departure
Today is free or a minute ago you have few hours uncommon looking for your friends or relatives. If you have additional time you can do some shopping or sightseeing. We will drop you to the International Airport to get your trip back to your home and wish for your Safe journey.
- Kathmandu Sightseeing (Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, Boudhanath, Thamel and Durbar Marg)
- Religious site: Panch Pokhari
- Perspective views of Dorje Lakpa, Phurbi Chhyachu, Madiya, Jugal Himal, Rolwaling and Langtang Range
- Rhododendron, oak, and Juniper Forest
- Ethnic culture and Lifestyle