Classic Helambu Trek in Helambu region is easy level. Treks in this region start from Melamchi / Talamarang or Sundarijal. Trekking from Sundarijal ascend to Chisopani, Gulbhanjyang, Mangegot, Tharepati, Melamchi Village and descend to Tarke Ghyang, Sarmathang, Timbu, Kakani, Talamarang an Melamchipul bazaar. And Trekking from Melamchi Pul bazaar / Talamarang ascend to Kakani, Sarmathang, Tarkeghyang, Melamchi Village and trek back. Melamchi Village, Sherpa village is one of very nice villages. Many year before Sangepa Ripoche has done retreat in this place. We call today guru Ripoche cave. Ama Agri : ama means mother and Agri her name: Once a time Yak watcher woman died on this peak and her three sons has constructed a Stupa where they had found her died body. It is very good view point of this area. The Helambu trek start from Chisapani at the eastern end of the Kathmandu valley and does not go beyond 3500m. It makes a loop through the Sherpa-populated Helambu region to north-east of Kathmandu. The Sherpas in this area are friendly and hospitable. The trek’s main drawback is that it does not offer fine Himalayan views, like some other treks, but it can be trekked on a village inn basis as there are guest houses and lodges in many of the villages along the trail. There are villages of mixed ethnics, Tamang villages and Sherpa villages. The route passes through forest and villages. Rhododendron blossom in March April. Beautiful landscape and Jugal Himal range can be seen from this route.
Itinerary Elevation Time
Day1: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel.
Day2: City Sightseeing in Kathmandu 1300 m Full Day
Day3: Drive to Sundarijal, trek to Chisapani 2215 m 4.5 hrs.
Day4: Trek to Kutungsan. 2470 m 6 hrs.
Day5: Trek to Thare Pati. 3690 m 6 hrs.
Day6: Trek to Tarkey Ghyan. 2600 m 5 hrs.
Day7: Trek to Sermanthan. 2590 m 5 hrs
Day8: Trek to Melamchi Pul Bazzar. 870 m 4.5 hrs.
Day9: Drive to Kathmandu 1300 m 5 hrs
• Airport pick-up and drop off services
• Trekking guide
• Porter/s (1 porter can carry two people's luggage up to 30 kilograms)
• Trekkers' Information Management System(TIMS) card
• . Entry permit for National Park
• All land transportation .
• All meals 3 times a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
• Accommodation in teahouses / camp, during the trek
• Necessary equipment such as sleeping bags, down jackets, etc.
• Rescue Assistance
• Necessary insurance for trekking staff
• First Aid kit
• Nature of personal expenses
• Drinks, beverages, hot shower, etc.
Hotel accommodation & meals in Kathmandu after finished your package