Panch Pokhari Trekking
Panch Pokhari trek is a sacred pilgrimage site for Hindus and Buddhists. Panch Pokhari Trekking is one of the beautiful newly opened trekking trail of Nepal. This trail is located in the Jugal Himal Region of remote area north of the Kathmandu Valley. The Jugal Himal Mountain Range form the border between Nepal and Tibet. The main peaks in this mountain range are Dorje Lakpa and Jugal Himal, which tower over 20,000 feet. The trail takes us through the Indrawati Valley gradually up to the Five Holy Lakes known as Panch Pokhari and then down through the remote Balephi Valley. We reach a maximum altitude of 14,000 feet at the Panch Pokhari. The Jugal Himal Trek is an old trade route between Nepal and Tibet, and we will encounter villagers from the Tamang caste among others. Panch Pokhari trek, the journey will provide us valuable insight into the ancient and primitive culture of this remote region of Nepal, where it may seem as if we stepped back in time for hundreds of years.
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu check in at the Hotel.
Day 02: City tour visit both Buddhist and Hindus temples
Day 03: Kathmandu (1350m.)-Chautara (1200m) 5hrs bus ride.
Day 04: Chautara-Phusre (2045m.) 5.30hrs.
Day 05: Phurse-Kami kharka (2845m.) 4.30hrs.
Day 06: Kami Kharka -Pauwa Bas (3000m) 6hrs.
Day 07: Pauwa Bas-Hille Bhanjyang (3400m) 6hrs.
Day 08: Hille Bhanjyang - Nasim Pati (3700m.) 4.30hrs.
Day 09: Nasim Pati- Panchpokhari (five lakes) (4100m) 4hrs
Day 10: Panchpokhari- Nasimpati (3700m.) 3hrs.
Day 11: Nasimpati-Dukang (2100m.) 6hrs.
Day 12: Dukang - Dhap (1200 m): 6hrs.
Day 13: Dhap - Melamchipul (800m): 6hrs.
Day 14: Melamchipul Bazaar - drive to Kathmandu, 4.-5hrs bus drive.
Day 15: Bhaktapur & Patan sightseeing and return
Day 16: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or relax
Day 17: Drive to Airport for flying your own destination