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Helambu Trek

Trip code
Package name Helambu Trek
Max. elevation m
Transportation As per the itinerary.
Accomodation As per the itinerary.
Starts at Kathmandu
Ends at Kathmandu
Trip route Sundarijal-Chisapani-Khutumsang-Tharepati-Tarke Ghyang-Sermanthang-Kathmandnu
Cost USD 0 per person



The Helambu trek is one of the most amazingly beautiful and delightful trek trips the Himalayan nation of Nepal offers. The trip to Helambu comprises approximately a week during which you'll get to visit and witness the beautiful views of the culturally boomed villages with well-preserved traditions like nowhere else in the world. The places are full of cultures that appear very vibrant and alive to the world while being in the presence of the vicinity of majestic mountains like Jugal Himal. This trekking trip will allow you to go across the lush green forest full of pine trees and blossoms of wildflowers in the hills with the unique serenity of the environment. The vibrancy of the rhododendron and beautiful pine trees add the cherry on top of the beauty of the very presence of the majestic Himalayas and the vibrant culture of the people living there creating a unique blend of Human civilization and the art of nature.
Just like every other trek in Nepal, this trek is unique on its own also In fact if you're a nature-lover who prefers to have quality time on your own it's best suggested you visit this place for at least a lifetime if possible.

Trip Itinerary

Day 2 : Drive to Sundarijal (1,385m/4,54ft), Trek to Chisapani(2,295m/7,655ft)

After breakfast, we'll start our trip by driving towards Sundarijal which takes somewhere around an hour of duration, in between we'll take a break for snacks and continue our trip to a place called Chisapani on foot.

The trek comprises around 4-5 hours, during which we'll come across several dense woodlands of oak plant trees and vibrant rhododendrons on the trail. The fresh air and serene sound flowing in between the trees and leaves will make the trip very refreshing and forget all the exhaustion from the walk. Following the trail on steps for about  4-5 hours, we'll reach Chisapani, our destination for the day.  

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu

Upon your arrival in Kathmandu at the International airport you'll be received by one of our delegates and will be driven towards your respective accommodation where you'll get to unwind and you'll be served food as per the hour of the day and have some time to roam around. In the evening you'll be met by the guide who'll give you an outline regarding the trip the coming day and after that you'll have dinner

Day 3 : Trek from Chisapani to Khutumsang

We'll wake up early today, before the dawn breaks we'll be heading for our hike to the Chisapani viewpoint. The view of sunrise will be one of the most mesmerizing views to witness that'll be worthy enough to remember for a lifetime.

Following the sunrise, we'll get back to our place and have breakfast following which we'll be on the road for somewhere about 5-6 hours of trek during which we'll get to witness the green meadows and pastures and stunning views of the mountain ranges of Langtang. Moving further we'll make our way down through a ridge and go through a pass. Following a few up and downhills we'll arrive at the Khutumsang a place of our final destination of the day. destination 

Day 4 : Trek from Khutumsang to Tharepati

Just like any other day, we'll start the day following the breakfast. We'll be on a trip to make an ascend through a steep trail from where moving forward we'll go across the dense woods of pine and fir trees along with the bushes of rhododendron flowers which gives off a vibrant outlook. All these factors contribute from the very minute level to make our footsteps and effort worth undertaking the trek, we'll keep tracking the trail and keep going till we reach a point known as Yurin Danda from where beautiful views of the landscapes, perhaps beyond the ones imagination will be visible on the sight. Continuing the trek for a brief period we'll arrive at Tharepati where we'll conclude our trip for the day and stray overnight.

Day 5 : Trek from Tharepati to Tarkeghyang

Today we'll be heading for Tarkeghyang, a place with a vivid culture and lifestyle comprised of people with a wide range and variations of cultural manifestations and lifestyles of a unique kind on their own. The duration of the trek will be somewhere around 5-6 hours with several ascends and descends and ups and downs with several shrines and monasteries to have a sight of. The locality is mainly inhabited by people of the Sherpa community. We'll be maintaining our pace till we get to Tarkeghyang. En route, we'll come across several ancient monasteries. Upon finally arriving at the designated point of the day we'll unwind have dinner and stay overnight at the lodge.

Day 6 : Trek from Tarkeghyang to Sermanthang and back to Kathmandu

Today we won't be trekking too far up elevation like other days but instead be maintaining our pace at a lower than the day prior we had.

As we trek the route will take us through the dense woodlands, the woodlands full of greenery will give you a gentle and refreshing touch of breeze from where moving further we'll come across several beautiful sights to witness such as streams and springs along with multiple small hamlets beautifully adjusted on hilly topography with an aura to amaze anyone from distant. Since it's the residence with the majority of Tamang and Sherpas we'll get to see a lot of monasteries from different times with unique artistic carving talent around our trail. Along with the completion of the activities of the day the trip too concludes as it's the last day of the trip before we head for Kathmandu. So following the end of the day, we'll be on a trip back to Kathmandu.

Day 7 : Departure

Today is officially your last day here in Nepal. Following breakfast one of our delegates will have a brief interaction with you regarding the trip for the feedback afterwards which you'll be driven to the airport on a private ride.


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