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Bhairav Kunda Trek - 8 Days

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A shaman pilgrimage site through untouched traditional villages in spectacular Himalayan landscapes and the holy lake BhairavKund, named after the destructive aspect of Lord Shiva. Hindus and Buddhist devotees also visit this high altitude (4200m) holy mountain lake to pay homage and bathe away sins during every Bhadra (August) Full Moon. The unusual climatic and geographical mix, makes this area a naturalist's dream and a Mecca for those who appreciate traditional cultures.

Included: · 8 Breakfast, 8 Lunch, 7 Dinner with Tea/Coffee and Boiled Water
· 7 Nights at Tent Accommodation in Twin Sharing Basis
· Sleeping Bag and Down Jackets if necessary
· Toilet Tent, Kitchen Tent, Dining Tent and mattress
· Guide, Sherpas, Cook, Cook helper and porters
· Local Transportation to/from Trekking

What to bring and What to expect?
Please find Gear List & Trekking Tips here: http://bit.ly/1nF9aQO
Not included: · Client's personal expenses (such as laundry, phone calls, cigarettes, bar bills/soft drinks /mineral water, extra snacks on the way etc).
· Clients personal items such as medications, clothing and equipment Comprehensive travel insurance that covers emergency evacuation from remote mountain locations as well as the standard cover like trip cancellation, lost baggage etc.
· Any unforeseen expenses due to delays or diversions due to events outside the operators control, for example landslides or strikes.
All other expenses not stated as included in the above

· Enjoy the off the beaten track route
· Explore the holy lake
· Find the closeness of Hindu and Buddhist religion
· Get to know the typical mountain people and life style

  • Day 1: Kathmandu (1350 M) - Chanaute (APROX.1250M)

    A nice scenic drive from Kathmandu with some mountain views takes us towards the Tibetan Border. After about 3 hours you get up to a town called Balephi where you turn off the main road. It is good road up to Balephi and after Balephi it takes about 3 hours of rough road to Chanaute. Depending on road conditions the group may have to walk for an hour or so to get there. Chanaute is a small Brahmin and Chhettri Village and you will camp by the school there. There are some views of Jugal Himal from the campsite, looking up the narrow valley.
    Driving time: approx. 6 Hours (Kathmandu to Chanaute)
    Trekking time: 1.30 hours if road conditions require it
    Heights: Kathmandu 1350m, Chanaute1250m
    Overnight – camping

  • Day 2: Chanaute - Khani Gaon (2000 M)

    It is approximately a 6 hour walk from Chanaute to Khani Gaon. Most of the day you will ascend steeply on small walking trails, stopping for welcome rests and to enjoy the beautiful views. On this day you will be passing through villages, stunning terraced fields, streams and a local school. Khani Gaon is a Newari Village. Khani means "source of Mines" and Gaon means "Village". The was founded after the battle between Gorkha and Bhaktapur in the middle of 18th B.S, when the people of Bhaktapur fled to this site. You can see good mountain views from the camping site.
    Trekking time: approx. 6 Hours
    Heights: Khani Gaon 2000m
    Overnight – camping

  • Day 3: Khani Gaon - Forest Camp (3150 M)

    Today you ascend steeply through beautiful Rhododendron forest and the occasional grazing pasture, where you can see nomad houses for cattle. If you are lucky, you will also see wild animals (bears and leopards do live up here!) and birds. Camp in the forest.
    Trekking time: approx. 6 Hours
    Heights: Forest Camp 3150m
    Overnight – camping

  • Day 4: Forest Camp - Pati (3900 M)

    You continue your ascent through Pine and Rhododendron forest for about 4 hours. When you reach Pati you can see some of the houses made by pilgrims, and also a nice mountain view from the camp.
    Trekking time: approx. 4 Hours
    Heights: Pati 3900m
    Overnight – camping

  • Day 5: Rest day

    Today you rest to let your body adjust to the altitude, ready for your next ascent tomorrow.

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Aktiviteetit

· Jalbire
· Larcha
· Bhairab Kunda

Ohjeistus lapsiperheille

Child age: None, children pay same rate as adults This tour is not recommended for: Children under 12 years old

Majoitus

Tents

Kuljetukset

Local bus,walking

Vuodenaika

Nepal has the widest altitude range of any country on the earth. Each altitude has its own weather, from tropical heat to Arctic cold. In the main trekking seasons in the spring (March/April) and autumn (October/November), the weather is generally stable and even the high passes may be free of snow and relatively easy to traverse at times. But beware, you are heading into the World’s highest mountain range and be prepared for changes of temperature and weather. And though this period is generally expected to be dry, as everywhere, rainfall and gloomy weather may occur making the mountains less visible. Not least, sudden snow may be experienced at high altitudes blocking the trail and bringing with it freezing temperatures.

The monsoon season roughly starts mid-May/June and runs to the end of August. During this period rainfall and muddy trails may be expected and the possibility to see mountains is less as compared to the main trekking seasons. Travelers who value greenery and quiet environments will love traveling during monsoon season. We recommend the Upper Mustang area in the monsoon season due to it being relatively shaded from rain during June-August.

Lisätietoja

Chanaute, KhaniGaon, Bhairabkunda, Nayapul

· Warm sweater · Jackets · Trousers · Sunscreen · Good walking boots

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