|Trip Duration:||14 days|
|Trek Start Point:||Dhunche|
|Trek End Point:||Melamche Bazar|
|Accommodation:||Teahouse / Camping|
|Meals:||Breakfast, lunch , Dinner with tea/coffee|
|Mode of Travel:||Adventures|
|Best season:||September to November and March to May|
Ganjala pass trekking starts from Sybru Bensi and ends at Melamchi Pul Bazar. From Sybru Bensi, you will follow the Langtang river to the east and you get to Kyanching Gompa (3,049.). Some 5 km to the south of Kyanching Gompa are the peaks of Naya Kanga (5,846m) and, to the southeast, Ponggen Dopku (5,930m). Kyanching Gompa is surrounded by Mt Langtang Lirung (7245m ) on the west, Yala peak on the north, Dorje Lakpa(6966m), Urkeinmang(6387m), Loenpo Gang (6979) and Kangchenpo on the north-east.
Ganjala pass trekking we can make acclimatization in Kyanjing Gompa. Kyanjing Gumpa there are a small Buddhist monastery and a cheese factory started in 1955 by the Swiss Association for Technical Assistance. When you are crossing the pass there are spectacular views of Langtang Lirung and the Tibetan peaks beyond. Much of this route is spent above 3,000m (10,000ft).The highest point of this trek is Ganjala Pass (5,122m ).
On the very pass of Ganjala Pass Trekking, the last few 100m trails are precarious so we use a rope there for safety, though the utmost care is enough. The descent from the pass is on a steep slope for over 1 km which requires good care again. But the rest of the trail is easy and comfortable. As there are no lodges and no settlements for three days along the way, the group should be well equipped with enough food.
Gitanjali past trekking is only organized camping treks are possible for this region. The use of firewood is also prohibited within the park, so all supplies should be taken with us. The trek requires 13 days. The people living in Langtang are of Tibetan origin, though they introduce themselves as Tamang or Gurung.
After passing the Ganjala Pass, the trail takes you to Malemchigaon and Tarke Ghyang. People here follow the Buddhist religion so you will find many old Buddhist monasteries in the villages. Tarke Ghyang is another Sherpa town along the way, which bears its own story.
The town name means the temple of “100 horses” and was taken from the name of a temple established in 1727 by a Lama ( Buddhist monk ) who was called on by the king of Kathmandu ( Kantipur) to stop an epidemic. As his reward, the Lama asked for 100 horses, which he brought here. The local temple, rebuilt in 1969, follows the Bhutanese style.
Day 01:- Arrive to (TIA) and transfer to the hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Syabrubeshi (1550m.) 6-7 hrs by bus.
Day 03:- Syaburbeshi to Lama hotel (2380m) 6 hrs.
Day 04: Lama hotel to Mundu (3543m.) 6-7 hrs.
Day 05: Mundu to kyanging Gompa (3700 m.) 5 hrs
Day 06:- Rest day for acclimatization.
Day 07: Kyanging Gompa to Negang (4000m) 5 hrs.
Day 08: Negang to Keldang (5106m) 5 hrs.
Day 09:- Keldang to Dukpu (4080m) 6 hrs.
Day 10: Dukpu to Tarke Ghyang (2740m) 6hrs.
Day 11: Tarke Ghyang to Sermathang (2610m) 5 hrs.
Day 12: Sermathang to Malemche Bazaar 5 hrs then drive back to Kathmandu 5 hrs.
Day 13: Final departure from Kathmandu to your own destination.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Tribhuban international airport (1,300m/4,264ft): then pick you up and take a short drive from the airport to the hotel check in the hotel and rest for few hrs then we meet again with guide and barging about the trek what we need the equipment for then trek and what time we live from Kathmandu details.
Day 02:- Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (1,550m/5,100ft. 7-8 hours):- We leave Kathmandu in the morning for Syabrubesi, a village which is also the starting point for treks into the Langtang valley. Our journey will be on a winding road through frequent switchbacks. On a clear day we get to enjoy outstanding views of Manaslu, Annapurna and Ganesh Himal. Our trek for today ends with a descent into the small village of Syabrubesi. Stay overnight in Syabrubesi at tea house Lodge.
Day 03:- Trek from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel (2,380m/7,830ft): 6 hours:- After breakfast, we begin our trek to Syabrubesi along the Langtang Khola. We ascend and descend all together through oak and rhododendron forests. After crossing a bridge over the Langtang Khola (small river), we ascend on a steep trail which will lead us to the Lama Hotel. Stay overnight in Lama Hotel at tea house Lodge.
Day 04:- Trek to Mundu (3543m/11,621ft) via Langtang village: 6-7 hours: – After breakfast we continue ascending from Lama Hotel and enjoy the mountain landscape with plentiful waterfalls. As we reach the green meadows of Ghoda Tabela, we begin to see the white peaks of the Langtang range. Our trail continues to climb up the widening valley, passing a few temporary settlements used by herders. We pass a Buddhist monastery before reaching the Langtang village which was affected by the April 2015 earthquake. We continue on our trail to Mundu. Stay overnight in Mundu at tea house Lodge.
Day 05:- Mundu to Kyangjin Gompa (3,870m/12,697ft. 4-5 hours):- After breakfast, we will start our journey to Kyangjin Gompa, a most important monastery of the region. We pass by water mills, prayer wheels, chortens, with sacred mounds of rocks with inscriptions carved on them. We also pass by the largest mani wall in Nepal, made from stone with prayers written on them. After the short trek, we spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the Buddhist shrine in Kyangjin Gompa and surrounding areas with the remarkable views of the mountains. Stay overnight in Kyanjin Gumpa at tea house Lodge.
Day 06:- Acclimatization- Explore Tserko Ri (5000m/16,404ft 7-8 hours):- We spend the whole day exploring Tserko Ri which will also help us acclimatize to the high altitude. We begin early in the morning. The trail passes through yak pastures before ascending to Tserko Ri. The sunrise view from the top of Tserko Ri is amazing. We get back to Kyangjin Gompa by late afternoon and explore the beautiful monastery while enjoying views of the Himalayas. Stay overnight in Kyanjin Gumpa at same tea house Lodge.
Day 07:- Kyanjing Gumpa to Negang (4000m) about 5 hrs: – After breakfast trek to kyanjing Gumpa to Negang there is no any villages. The trail goes an ascending and area is covered with little natural vegetation. Since now there is no any lodge so we have to make camp.
Day 08:-Negang to Keldang (5106m) 5hrs via Ganjala:-After breakfast we are continue our trek. This day is comparatively strenuous as you need to cross the Gangala La pass. On the Ganjala pass, you can fine it covered with snowy Ice most of the times throughout the year. Keldang also there no any tea house so we need to make camp.
Day 09:- keldang to Dukpu (4080m) about 6 hrs: After breakfast continues to our trekking, after Keldang we descend further down following a prominent ridge line. In our 5-6 hrs trek today, we continue losing our altitude through forests, ridges, and grasslands very slight amazing views of mountains.
Day 10:- Dukpu to Tarke ghyang (2740m):- Trail descends about 200 miters climb the 4100m. Pass views from pass are spectacular to the Annapurna range and Everest range also. From the pass trail descend through pine forest, rhododendron forest and pass tinny settlement to Tarke Ghyang. You can visit one of the oldest monastery and Sherpa villages. These villages are well settled where friendly and cheerful natures people inhabitant. Stay overnight Tarke Ghyangt at lodge.
Day 11:–Tarke ghyang to Sermathang (2,610m/8,563ft): 4-5 hours:- After breakfast we begin our trek. The trail is easy and passes through lush forests. We also pass by beautiful villages, chortens, a monastery and a mani wall before reaching Sermathang. It’s a beautiful Sherpa Village with incredible views of Ganesh Himal, Jugal Himal and the Langtang ranges. On a clear day, we can even see Mt. Everest in the distance. Stay vernight in Sermanthang at tea house Lodge.
Day 12:- Trek to Melamchi Bazaar, drive to Kathmandu: 3-4 hours trek, 2 hours drive:- After breakfast We trek through meadows, fields and beautiful villages to reach Melamchi Bazaar. From here we drive to Kathmandu and reminisce about our trip in the Langtang and Helambu regions. After reaching Kathmandu, we clean up and take a rest then evening time go to the Thamel shopping for souvenir for your child and family than back to hotel.
Day 13:- From hotel to Trivhuvan international airport: – today is free or last minute you have few hour special shopping for your relatives. If you have more time you can do some shopping or sightseeing then we will drop you to the International airport to catch your flight back to your home and wish for your Safe journey.
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Cost Is Included
Cost Is Not Included
• Food in Kathmandu Lunch & Dinner)
• Bakery food during the trek. When you eat in the bakery that you need to pay by yourself
• Nepal Visa fee
• International airfare from your country to Kathmandu and from Kathmandu
• Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu
• Travel and rescue insurance if guest get mountain sickness and need to rescue helicopter.
• Personal expenses example (phone calls, laundry service , bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
• Tips for guide and porters
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