Ganesh Himal Trekking
- Grade: Moderate
- Duration: 13 days
- Destination: Nepal
- Activities: Trekking, Langtang Trekking
- Best Seasons: September to November, March to May
- Highest Altitude: 4750m
Named in honor of Shiva and Parvati’s son, Ganesh, Ganesh Himal is situated in central Nepal, northwest
from Kathmandu, and is concealed between Langtang National Park and Manaslu Conservation Area
Project. Manifold ethnic groups like Tamang, Gurung and Ghale in the north, and Brahmin, Chhetri,
Dalit, Newar and Chepang, reside in this region making it an interesting place to visit to learn in depth
about the amalgamated lifestyle and culture of Nepali people. One of the main factors that make Ganesh
Himal more fascinating is its coverage in four districts of Nepal: Dhading, Gorkha, Rasuwa and Nuwakot.
Breathtaking views of 35 mountains over 6,000 meters above sea level from Singala Pass, Dharka, Jasail
Kunda, Jyamrung, Kasigaun, Khanchok and Gorkha will be pleasurable to the eyes as well as would be
heartwarming. However, the terrain can be complicated and long. So, trekkers will require being in good
physical condition and having previous trekking experience, but no technical adroitness will be required.
This trekking route involves steep climbing but the use of ropes will not be required.
This trek is rather an opportunity to get closer to the nature as the trekking trail escorts you along paths
that have 526 species of plants, 300 species of birds and wild animals like the Himalaya thar, gaur,
monkeys and musk deer. Along with them, you will get a chance to get invigorated through the sights of
Ganga Jamuna (twin waterfalls) flowing gracefully, Kalo Seto, and Ganesh Kunda (a hot spring).
You will also come across different cultures and lifestyle of people from multiple ethnic groups and come
in contact with rural people who are the most hospitable people you will ever meet. Passing through dense
forests, unspoiled villages and meadows, you will come to the Shing La Pass and Pangsang La Pass
which provide some splendid view that will make the trek worth everything. This trek is an ideal option
for those who want to achieve the most with short amount of time at hand, and is the best option if you
are looking to trek in a place completely different from that of the popular Annapurna and Everest regions.
Difficulty: Relatively Difficult
Price: On request
Style: Teahouse trek
Maximum elevation: 4750m
Best Seasons: September to November, March to May
Duration: 14 to 18 days
Required permits: Insert here!
Primary activity: Trekking and cultural tour
Group size: 2 to 12 people
- Airport picks up & drops
- Airport taxes
- 3 meals per day during the trek (Breakfast Lunch & Dinner) including Tea or coffee
- Accommodation on Guest House (Lodge) during the trekking
- 2 night’s Hotel in Kathmandu on Bed & breakfast plan
- An English speaking Guide
- Necessary Porter 1: 2 (one porter for two Guest) the porter will carry (30KG in maximum) your luggage during the trek
- All Government local Taxes
- National Park Entry Fees
- (TIMS) Trekker’s information Management System card
- Guide and porter salary
- Guide & Porter insurance during the trekking
- First Aid kit above 6 pax Compulsory from Agency
- Extra services according to the guest per Demand '' Please feel free to inform us''
- Trekking equipment any type of personal expenses
- Alcoholic Beverage drinks, phone and Laundry
- Emergency Rescue and Travel Insurance, Trip Cancellation cost accident or Health, Loss Theft or Damage and
- personal effects.
- Hot Shower
- Entrance Fees any kind of Temples, Monastery etc
- Tips and Gratuities