The Ganesh Himal trek is ideal for people of all ages because it allows you to get a taste of rural life through homestay trekking, the trail takes you towards the breathtaking mountain scenery; and observe the variety of unique ethnic groups with cultures, traditions, and religious practices that are nearby to this area.
A trek to Nepal’s central east is one of the least traveled regions of the Himalayas, which is located between the two most well-known trekking locations, Manaslu to the west and Langtang to the east. The trek to the Ganesh Himal leads you through a splendorous secret valley where you can discover a diverse range of civilizations and natural settings. The peak is named after the Hindu god Ganesh, who has an elephant head with a human body.
This region offers views of the peaks (Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, Ganesh IV), Mount Manasalu, the Tibet range, Langtang, and Annapurna, as well as unspoiled natural beauty and a variety of fauna. You get the chance to photograph the scenic scenes of mountains, waterfalls, Saint George, dramatic landscape paintings, towering cliffs, and stunning rock formations when traveling through the Ganesh Himal region. Our 18-day Ganesh Himal trek plan takes us from Balche to Dhading Besi, traversing through alpine meadows and ending at a massive glacier beneath snow-capped mountains.
After a short drive from Kathmandu, the trek begins in Betrawati. From Betrawati, we hike up to Singla Pass, the hike’s highest point. The trail travels through a dense bamboo, pine, and fir forest in the Himalayas. From Singla pass (4,000 m/13,000 ft), we will have a panoramic view of the Ganesh Himal massif (7,893 m), Manaslu (8,156 m), Annapurna (8,091 m), and Langtang. The trail descends to Sertung and Chalish after the Singla pass. We relaxed at the hot spring on Ganesh Himal’s lap, the following day and then started out for Neber to see the most beautiful scenery from the Ri Gaun of the town of Jharlang, which is located at the other end. We arrive at Jyamrung Danda, the end of the trek, after two days of hiking from Ri Gaun. Before taking a bus to Dhading Besi, we will return to Kathmandu. This location allows us the chance to locate the historical royal home and observe the dawn.
Our agent will meet and greet you at the airport and be waiting to pick you up and take you to your hotel.
Your evening is free, so you can take a stroll down the street to get acquainted with your surroundings after you've had a chance to rest. To begin exploring, window browsing would be a fantastic idea. Your first night in the cow-and-temple valley. Probably the most in the entire planet, yet occasionally, these odd sights are both pleasant and fascinating.
After breakfast at the hotel, you'll be taken on a sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu Valley. You'll be guided by a knowledgeable guide, and the highlights of your tour will be the Kathmandu Durbar Square and the Swayambhunath Monkey Temple. Note that there are actually real monkeys down here, and they can be a pain in the neck, especially if you're munching on something as you climb the steps to the temple; if you're not careful, The best way to get rid of these monkeys is to buy some bananas from stalls along the temple's wayside and hand them out as you climb; this will make them happy and leave you alone. Baudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple.
Since Pashupatinath is a heritage site and the most prominent religious location for Hindus in India and Nepal, it is an essential location to visit. The bodies of Nepalese, from the street beggar to the king of Nepal, are cremated at this ancient temple within the confines of cremation zones. We return to our hotel in the early evening, rest up, and then your trek guide meets the group and briefs you on the entire itinerary for your trip.
After breakfast at a hotel in Kathmandu, we begin our journey to Betrawati in the north of the capital via Trishuli Bazar
We start our hike after a delicious breakfast at our camp, and after five hours of gentle walking through numerous villages and forests, we will arrive at Kipsang.
We begin our trip after breakfast at our camp, walking for approximately 5 hours while passing fields, waterfalls, stupas, and monasteries.
After eating breakfast at our camp, we depart on our walk. Today, we gradually climb through a rhododendron forest until arriving at Ginga, where we will be greeted by a stunning vista of the Himalayas.
We begin our trip after eating breakfast at camp. Today's trek will take us through extensive rhododendron and pine forests, and we may get an opportunity to view monkeys and other wild animals.
The hardest portion of our journey is today where we climb up to Singla pass, from which we will enjoy views of Mt. Ganesh himal, Langtang, Manaslu, etc. After reaching the pass's top, we will continue trekking all the way to Kharka.
After breakfast at camp, we set off on our walk. Today's climb is steeply down past towns and land terraces to Pang sang -la, which is a lovely typical Tamang village.
After breakfast at camp, we begin our hike. Today's trip is a gentle ascent via Tamang villages and terraces. We spend the night at a tented camp in Jharlang.
We begin our hike after eating breakfast at camp, and today's route leads us via a tiny village and descending to the Kingtang Phedi.
the trek will be pretty tougher for you because the day demands atleast 7 hours of walk to reach the destination i.e. Jemrung.
It takes around 4 hours of walk to reach Dhading Bensi from Jemrung.
You will be drive from Dhading Besi to Kathmandu which takes around 5 to 6 hours. therefore you can take nap or do entertainment by singing and dancing in bus.
After the long journey to Ganesh Himal you will get some time to spend in the light environment of Kathmandu, there you can go for chill rocking clubs or peaceful temples.
You will be driven to the international airport for your last flight back to your loved home. It was a great pleasure to meet you, and we sincerely hope that you will carry memories of your time in Nepal with you as you go over lifetime.