Rolwaling & Parchamo Peak (6,187m)

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25 Days
Apr-May, Oct-Dec
Adventurous/Challenging
6187m
Overview
  • Trek & climb in one of the most beautiful alpine valley in the perfect tranquility in the eastern central Himalayan location.
  • Amazing valleys & gorge, traditional culture & Buddhist religion, pristine forest.
  • In the close backdrop of the high Gauri-Shankar and Everest range.

 

Introduction:
Rolwaling and Tashi Labtsa were once closed to western trekkers, now it is opened to trekkers from the 90’s with an extra special fee. It’s one of the most outstanding high alpine valley treks, in the north east of Nepal, the trek starts from the busy bazaar of Barabise on the main highway to Tibet.

From here, on leaving the civilization behind and enter the high alpine valleys of Rowling off the beaten trail sparsely populated area, near the Tibetan border on the southern flank of the giant Mt. Gauri Shankar.Trekking up the ridges rounding the scenic high passes and ascending gradually into the lovely upper part of this beautiful valley through the mist filled rhododendron, magnolia and oaks forest.

Our adventure passes through traditional unspoiled Sherpas villages and farm-fields, under the shade of the towering giant Mt. Gauri Shankar and Meluangtse straddling the border with Tibet. The treks leads to the last Sherpa village at Beding a large settlement in the Rolwaling region, situated in a narrow gorge.

Our adventure continues further east to cross one of the most challenging pass Tashi Labtsa (5755m), after the strenuous climb, with a climb of Parchamo 6,187m. Parchemo seen from the pass the peak is an attractive and straightforward climb to this snow peak with a well defined north by north west ridge the face forms a uniform snow slope broken by crevasse and small seracs rising from the rocky lower buttresses above the Drolamb Glacier after the great climb to the summit, return journey with a steep descent with a pleasant walk up to the village of Thame at Khumbu area. At Thame, the old trade route over the Nangpa La into Tibet branches north follows another Bhote Koshi.

Thame to Namche is an easy day after many quite hard ones. It is a return to trekkers civilization, a good pleasant trail climbing gently leads to t he famed Namche Bazaar ‘ Gateway to Everest ‘ and the main village in the Khumbu region. After Namche Bazaar, our trek leads to the last camp of our wonderful adventure at Lukla for the panoramic flight back to the busy, bustling city of Kathmandu.

Outline Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu & transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Free day at leisure wit half day guided tour.
Day 03: Drive to Barabise, 4 hours – 1,200m. Few hours walk to camp.
Day 04: Trek to Dolangsa, 6 hours – 2,489m.
Day 05: Trek uphill & camp at Tinsang La, 5 hours – 3,319m.
Day 06: Trek to Bigu Gompa & camp, 5 hours – 2,519m.
Day 07: Trek to Chilangka, 6 hours – 1,923m.
Day 08: Trek to Bulung, 6 hours – 2,100m.
Day 09: Trek to Gongar, 5 hours – 1,400m.
Day 10: Trek to Simigaon, 4 hours – 2,000m.
Day 11: Trek to Dovan, 6 hours – 2,500m.
Day 12: Trek to Beding, 5 hours – 3,693m.
Day 13: Rest day for acclimatization and a short hike around.
Day 14: Trek to Na, 4 hours – 4,183m.
Day 15: Trek to Glacier camp, 6 hours – 5,400m.
Day 16: Trek and climb to Teshi Lapcha 5,755m 5-6 hours trek and climb.
Day 17: Rest day for the preparation of the Climb.
Day 18: Ascent of Parchamo 6,187m and return back to the base camp.
Day 19: Trek to Thengpo, 5 hours – 4,300m.
Day 20: Trek to Thame 3-4 hrs. 3,830m.
Day 21: Trek to Namche Bazaar, 5 hours – 3,450m.
Day 22: Trek to Lukla, 5-6 hours – 2,800m.
Day 23: Fly back to Kathmandu.
Day 24: Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 25: Transfer to airport for Intl. departure.

Itinerary

Day 01:

Arrive at Kathmandu 1,300m and transfer to Hotel.

 

On arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuwan International Airport you will be received by our staff and will transfer you to the Hotel, where our guide will give you a brief orientation of the Hotel, Kathmandu, Trek/Camping, do’s and don’t and other related information that you might require while in Nepal.

 

 

Day 02:

A day in Kathmandu with 1/2 day tour.

 

After your first night in Kathmandu, you will be well informed on arrival about the time for your half day guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu at places of interest.

 

 

Day 03:

Drive to Barabise approx. 860m. 65 km. 4-5hrs journey.

 

Morning after breakfast a bus ride from Kathmandu heading towards the Bhote Koshi Valley reaching at Barabise a large village and a bazaar, situated merely 10 km from the Tibetan border, on the only motorable highway that connects to Lhasa, Tibet from Kathmandu. After a short preparation, start the climb up from the bazaar heading to Simle. On the first day of walk is always slow to get started, as the porters and staffs have to sort out their loads and the first days of this adventure is always short walk to the overnight camp. Our trek climbs above from the busy bazaar of Barabise for  an hour then coming on the gradual path till we reach to our night camp between the rural village of Simle and Budipa approx.at 1,130m after nearly 3 hours of good walk.

 

 

Day 04:

Trek to Dolangsa 2,510m. 4 / 5 hrs walks.

 

Today’s walk follows the path through number of small farm villages and terraced fields, and small patch of cool forest then gradually climbing and crossing many small streams, until it reaches at Dolangsa, a small village on the bottom of the Tinsang-la pass with a primary school yard for camping. People in this village are of Sherpa tribes and there is a small monastery just above the village.

 

 

Day 05:

Trek to Tingsang-la 3,319m. 4 hrs.

 

Route follows above Dolangsa village, starting with a steep climb passing by the monastery and beyond through prickly-leaved oak woods and rhododendron forest coming to a clearing with a small settlement of cattle herders after two hours of steady walk, from here our walk continues further for another 2 hours to Tinsang La. We can notice there is a remarkable change in the vegetations, as the walk gains altitude every hour or so, and then reaching at the top ridge of Tingsang-la, an excellent views from the Pass looking over towards Gaurishankar and onwards the Tashi Lapcha. After good hard climb to the pass a short descend on the grassy meadow leads to the overnight camp.

 

 

Day 06:

Trek to Bigu Gomba 2,310m. 4-5 hrs walks.

 

After an early morning view of the superb scenery, our journey continues with an hour and half descend to the settlement of Ruphtang situated on a small hill top amongst the terraced fields. After a brief stop here, walk follows on the downhill slope path to a small stream. From here nearly two hours of gradual climb will reach to the overnight camp on the large grassy field just few minutes away from the Bigu Gomba premises. From the camp one can see large stupas for a nunnery, each stupa which houses about 30 nuns and the nuns are mostly Sherpa women. Here with ample time for a visit to Bigu Gompa, a fine and interesting monastery set among juniper on a terraced hillside. The building which houses a nunnery was built around 1933.

 

 

Day 07:

Trek to Chilangka 1,930m. 5-6 hrs.

 

From here trek leads to a long descend through the terraced fields towards Sangwa khola, which later joins the Tamba Khola, coming to the warmer area after a good walk of two hours. The path then gradually climbs after crossing the bridge, the path winds up leading through Lading and continues to Chilangka after 2-3 hours of walks for the overnight camp high above the river. It is a quiet and lovely spot with splendid views across the terraced hillside, and down to Bhote Kosi.

 

 

Day 08:

Trek to Gongar Khola 1,430m. 6 hrs.

 

After Chilangka, route heads east above the Sangwa Khola, crossing several tributary streams the path leads to gradual walk with few ups and downs in between and then coming to Chutara, well decorated with religious paintings. Chautara are interesting structures and are found along trails through out  the trek from Bulung village leading to north east along the trail above the Tama Koshi through the village of Yarsa and Warang, walking along seldom used path at first, but after a an hour of good trek the trail becomes something of a highway, on this broad winding road with excellent views of Mt.Gurishanker. Traversing through intensively terraced farm fields, then skirting past the village of Orang and coming through few small ridges and finally route leads to a steep downhill path to the junction of the Gongor Khola and Tama Koshi, and the small settlement of Gongor on the wide valley floor to the overnight camp by the river after a good walk of six hours.

 

 

Day 09:

Trek to Simigaon 2,000m. 4-5 hrs.

 

Leaving Gongar, the trail continues along the west bank of the Tama Koshi, which narrows into a gorge then reaching at Chetchet and its beautiful waterfall. Having descended after an hour or more walk the climate here is once again hot and slightly humid. Shortly afterwards crossing the Tama Kosi river and with a steep climb for an hour to the village of Simgaon, after the steep portion the walk leads to gentle up to the village of Simigaon, where the camp is made beside a Gompa 20 minutes above the main village with more fabulous views of Gaurishanker.

 

 

Day 10:

Trek to Dovan 2,850m. 5-6 hrs.

 

From Simigaon, route leads towards north east. Beginning the walk on the gradual uphill slope passing through the thick rhododendron and magnolia forests and pasture with numerous clearing that are used for summer grazing. In this area the change from lush Tama Koshi to the mountain side of Rolwaling Valley is very distinct. Depending upon the season, if the monsoon flood has washed much of the trail which usually happens sometimes in this case, either taking the high path that climbs steeply towards the ridge of the Sambur Danda, crossing the Daldung la at 3,976m as a safer alternative. Walk continues contouring above the hill side and then descending to the river passing more huts in an area called Gyalche. After reaching the valley floor we cross a small wooden bridge to the camp at Dovan, a small unlikely clearing in the dense forest of the steep valley side.

 

 

Day 11:

Trek to Beding. 3,690m. 5-6 hrs walks.

 

Today, crossing the Rolwaling Khola taking a path leading through the jungles on the northern side, the walk heads to a gradual climb then coming to a clearing passing along little settlements of Nyimare, Ramding and through the farm fields and reaching at Beding for the overnight stop after a good walk of five hours or more with time to visit Beding village. It is the principal Sherpa village in the Rolwaling area, situated in a narrow gorge enlivened somewhat by its well-positioned Gompa, comprising about thirty six houses. There is a Hillary school in Beding.

 

 

Day 12:

Rest day for acclimatisation.

 

A necessary rest day for acclimatisation before reaching the higher elevation and Beding offers short hike around the village premises or walk to the top of the village for better views of the Mt. Gaurishanker and Melungtse.

 

 

Day 13:

Trek to Na Gaon. 4,180m. Approx. 3-4hrs walks.

 

From Beding, onwards you can feel the increasing altitude and the cold chill from the surrounding high mountains. Our trek today will be a short walk of three hours or more along the Rolwaling River, taking easy on this high altitude terrain with its impressive scenery of the surrounding high landscapes and the snow capped peaks. Walk continues slowly in order to acclimatize, just before Na the valley opens out into classic, glaciated in U-shape. On reaching to the overnight camp at Na which is a scattered village and a temporary settlement of the villagers of Beding and beyond, it is a summer yersa (grazing pasture) and potatoes are grown. There is a roughly built monastery here. Our camp is made on this grassy field with time to relax and marvel the surrounding beauty. Ahead, up the valley beyond Na, the majestic summit of Chobutse 6,689m rises above the Tsho Rolpa at the confluence of the Ripimo Shar and Trakarding glaciers.

 

 

Day 14:

Trek to Kabuk at Tsho Rolpa 4,560m. 4-5 hours.

 

After a pleasant time at this end of Rolwaling Valley, our next adventure begins from here onwards, morning walk starts crossing the river to the south bank and then following a shallow stream to a crossing point near Yersa at Sangma, the last place of the cattle herders. After the wooden bridge climbing up on moraines, traversing steeply above the main stream until finally we reach the terminal moraine, near behind is the dammed of Tsho Rolpa. The lake sometime known as Cho Pokhari, we will make our campsite on sandy level ground to the south side of the Tsho Rolpa at Kabuk after 4-5 hours of scenic hard walk. From the camp splendid views of the surrounding peaks can be seen including Tsoboje 6,689m. Dragker-Go 6,793m.

 

 

Day 15:

Trek to Drolambau Glacier near Tashi Laptsa Base Camp. Approx. 5,400m. 5 hrs walks.

 

From camp the path traverses the moraine above north side from the lake, continuing right along the moraine, occasionally passing rocks overhangs, as the walk follows high slopes above the glacier to avoid the lower section, but further up we have to trek along the centre on the hard rocky glacier to our camp below the Drolambu ice-fall. The steady walk leads to the lowest point of the icefall and then climbing to the easiest point to gain the Drolambau glacier.
Around this section there is some danger sometime of rock-falls. The middle moraine providing a route up the glacier, we then stop for the overnight on finding a suitable campsite where the glacier flattens out, here we will be surrounded by superb high mountain scenery in this wild and impressive place.

 

 

Day 16:

Traverse Tashi Laptsa Pass 5,755m and establish Pachermo base camp.

 

Today is the main high light of this journey, starting well before sunrise following the glacier again for an hour and half, then reaching a spur which gives an easy access to our route on the upper glacier? Here fixing ropes and making steps and ledge for the porters, although the terrain is not so difficult, just a precaution that must imply in this kind of mountain landscapes. After everything is set for the final climb, a further 3-4 hours climb amidst wild and mind-boggling scenery leads to the top of the pass at the highest point of this trek at Tashi Laptsa pass, where there are Buddhist prayer flags and cairns.

 

 

Day 17:

Rest day preparation for the climb.

 

A free day to pull back the strength after the hard climb of the previous day and to prepare for the climb.

 

 

Day 18:

Climb of Pachermo and return to base camp.

 

From a the camp cross the wide crevassed snow slopes to gain the ridge of Parchamo, rising from the broken glacier of the pass, the climb follows with little difficulties although in some conditions crevasses might give problems towards the summit. After the climb descend back to the base camp near Tashi Laptsa.

 

 

Day 19:

Descend and trek to the other side of Khumbu 5-6 hrs.

 

This will be the longest day of trek and it’s important to keep up a good pace to make sure that we reach our camp on the other side of the pass well before dark. From the pass along with the magnificent view of the surrounding snow capped peaks our walk follows downhill for another 3-4 hours towards Ngole and further near past the glacial pond of Parchemuche-tsho and just before Tengpo for the overnight camp at around 4,900m.

 

 

Day 20:

Trek to Thame 3,800m. 5 hrs.

 

After a long hard day, walk from here will be enjoyable most of the way to Namche beyond. From the camp below the Khumbu side of the pass our path follows eastwards over snow slopes the trail from here is well marked and continues its long descent down the upper reaches of the Thame Khola to Thengpo, with excellent views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt.Makalu and Lumding Himal above the Thame Khola, after an hour or more arriving at dozen or so Shepard’s huts that makes this place Thengpo with wide pasture field. Another two hours of gradual descend will bring us to our end of our walk for today at Thame Village and our first hint of trekkers civilisation since Beding.  There is a very old interesting Monastery at the upper end of the village. At Thame, the old trade route over the Nangpa-la into Tibet branches north follows the Bhote Koshi, which incidentally is the 2-3 rivers so named on this trek.

 

 

Day 21:

Trek to Namche Bazaar, 3,450m. 5 hrs.

 

Today it is a pleasant walk way down to Namche, an affluent rich Sherpa town and an important trading centre with a weekly Saturday market, fresh foodstuffs are brought up from lower villages to barter or sell. Walk leads east from the camp with a short downhill to the bridge over Bhote Koshi river, from the bridge 20 minutes climb to reach the gradual descend and passing through number of villages, mani, prayer walls and pass into the pine woods on this gentle winding path, after 3-4 hours of pleasant walk, Namche Bazaar comes into view from the top ridge where the trail splits into many direction the north from the mani stupa leads towards Khunde and Khumjung. Our route heads downhill with a view of Namche down below with coloured roofed houses. After a 45 minutes descend reaching Namche for the overnight camp.

 

 

Day 22:

Trek to Lukla via Phakding. 2,630m. 5 hrs.

 

Last day of this great trek will be another good walk to Lukla, you can walk at your own 
leisurely pace, enjoying the lush green scenery around An easy day downhill walk today, from Namche an hour walk brings us to the confluence of Bhote Koshi and Imjatse River that makes the Dudh Koshi which we follow most of the way. From here we cross the long suspension  bridge with a short climb into the pine woods, the walk will be on the busy path full of trekkers, locals, porters and pack animals, reaching again back to the river bed, the gentle trail follows  the river downstream passing through many farm fields and villages then coming at the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park in Monjo village. After Monjo another hour of good walk leads  us to Phakding near the river Dudh Koshi. Apart from few short uphill the only long climb will be just before Lukla which take approximately 40 minutes from a place called Choplung  or from the old big oak tree. On reaching Lukla, for the last day great dinner and a party with the fellow Sherpa crew, porters and trekking members.

 

 

Day 23:

Fly Lukla-Kathmandu.

 

The flight time to Kathmandu, are schedule for morning normally, because of the wind in the afternoon, sometime the flight time can be delayed due to bad weather and other reason. After the getting the boarding pass depending upon the flight time, make way to the terminal for security check, this scenic flight from Lukla takes about 30 minutes to Kathmandu, a panoramic view of the snow capped peaks can be seen from window of the plane.

 

 

Day 24: 

Free day at leisure.

 

A free day in Kathmandu, please inform our staff if you would like to go on another short tour in and around Kathmandu Valley.

 

 

Day 25:

Transfer to airport for International departure.

 

Today as per your international flight time, keep your confirmed air ticket, and your passport handy. HimEX staff will transfer you to the airport for your final departure from this amazing country, Nepal.

 

Includes / Excludes

Price includes following services:
1. Accommodation sharing twin at Hotel in Kathmandu for 4 nights on Bed & Breakfast basis.
2. Airport transfers in Kathmandu.
3. Half day guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu with applicable entrance fees.
4. Internal flight Lukla / Kathmandu with applicable airport taxes.
5. Trekking & camping arrangement backed by Sherpa crew on full board basis.
6. Applicable Climbing Permit & National Park Fees.
7. Service of Climbing Sherpa/s assisting in fixing ropes, setting up camps with their equipment allowance, daily wages and insurance.
8. Group Climbing equipment – Climbing Rope, Fix Rope, Snow Bars.
9. Transportation Kathmandu / Barabise by private non AC vehicle.
10. Insurance for Nepalese crew.

Our price does not include followings:
1. International flights to / from Kathmandu.
2. Nepal entry visa fees.
3. Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu Hotel.
4. Travel, Medical and Personal insurance.
5. Rescue evacuation in case of emergency.
6. Personal clothing and personal trekking gear including sleeping bag & down jacket.
7. All sorts of personal climbing equipment.
8. Expenses of personal nature, i.e. tipping, laundry, bottled drinks, bar bills etc.
9. Any expense for early returning member due sickness, injury or any other reason. No refund will be entertained for any unused service.
10. Extra expense occurred due to unexpected circumstances like cancellation of internal flights, floods, strike etc.

Extensions

If you are not tied up with time limitations, or have more time before or after your main trip with us, you can join / take following extension trips to make your holiday even interesting. According to extra time you have, you can choose a visit to National Parks for jungle safari viewing rare animals, migrant birds and exotic reptiles or enjoy the whitewater rafting or take a cultural tour of Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nagarkot or even make a quick visit to neighboring countries of Tibet – Roof of the world, India – The country of wonders, Bhutan – The Dragon Kingdom.

We can add these extensions before or after your holiday according to the flights that you have booked / can book. Beside these, if you even want just stay in Kathmandu for relax or any independent activities, we can book extra nights at the Hotel. You can book these extensions together with your main trip booking.

 

Chitwan National Park

It is one of the oldest and popular National Parks in Nepal recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Site. More than 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and some 100 nocturnal Royal Bengal Tigers have made their home in this dense forest. There are an estimated 50 species of mammals, over 526 species of birds, 49 amphibians and reptiles and 150 species of butterflies.

The park is spread over an area of 932 sq kms and located in the lowlands of Nepal. The forest cover is predominantly Sal, interspersed with tall grasslands, small hills, ox-bow lakes and flood plains.

Standard Packages are of 2 nights and 3 nights. Chitwan can be reached both by surface and air.

 

Bardia National Park

The park provides excellent habitat for endangered animals like the rhinoceros, wild elephant, tiger, fresh water Dolphin and many other species of mammals along with over 200 species of birds.

Standard Packages are of 2 nights and 3 nights. Bardia can be reached both by surface and air but since it will be too far to drive from Kathmandu, we offer the packages by air only.

 

Kathmandu

It is a treasure trove of ancient art and architecture that lie hidden in the labyrinth of manmade structures. The ancient pagoda temples and Buddhist stupas stand majestically above the rest of the landmarks. The Palace squares fascinate visitors with its exquisite woodwork and carving. You can extend your holiday from 1-3 days visiting these sites.

 

Pokhara

Pokhara is most popular tourist destination after Kathmandu, not because of its easy accessibility but because of its scenic beauty and proximity to many Himalayas. Rarely does a tourist miss a trip to this beautiful valley of lakes and mountain views. Ekai Kawaguchi who was the earliest visitor of this district, was awed by its beauty. The Annapurna range of the Himalayas dominates the landscape around Pokhara and many of treks and expeditions start from here. Around Pokhara one can go boating on lakes, bird watching, paragliding, fishing, ultralight flying or even pony trek besides regular treks. Pokhara can be reached by air as well as surface.

 

Nagarkot

Nagarkot is one of the most popular hill resorts on the fringe of the Kathmandu valley. With an elevation of 2,195m, is 32 kms away from Kathmandu offers a panoramic view of the valley and is described by the visitors as a place whose beauty endures year round. The extraordinary view of the Himalayan peaks from Dhaulagiri to Kanchenjunga is stupendous. Sunrise view from here is truly magnificent. An array of luxury resorts has made this place enjoyable for all kinds of tourists.

 

Tibet

Tour in Tibet offers a fabulous journey with awesome beautiful picturesque landscape and its colorful people and their culture, tranquil lakes, numerous high passes with stunning views of the mountains. Enriched by the ancient most lavishly decorated monasteries and temples with chanting saffron colored monks, ever smiling faces of people and their typical lifestyle all contributes to this trip a memory of your lifetime. A land so rich in culture, tradition and steeped in religion with its unique landscape, casts an enchanted spell that holds you in thrill and excitement. A journey of a life time, at the roof of the world with exciting adventure on route, and breathe-taking views of range of snow capped mountains. This is truly a stunning trip starting with a panoramic drive or flight over the gigantic Himalayas, a tour of great historical cities of Lhasa, Gyantse and Shigatse in the comfort of the spacious land cruiser and standard Hotels that Tibet has to offer.

 

India

The country of wonders, the lively bazaars, ornate architecture and the something puzzling customs of Indians make any visit a refreshing from the western life. Endowed with a backdrop of that can be anything from snow capped mountain to palm-lined beach, Indian rarely fails to delight adventurous travelers. India is considered to be the rich cultural melting pot with its colorful festivals of all the religion and people, blending well with magnificent landscape of historical cities, jungle, valleys, arid desert to high beautiful Himalayan peaks which makes it a traveler’s destination from sand, sea to snow.

 

Bhutan

The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, commonly known as ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ is regarded as the last paradise on earth is slowly emerging from centuries of self-imposed isolation. Closed for the outside world until early seventies, Bhutan has adopted the regulated tourism policy for its visitors in this tiny Himalayan Kingdom by allowing to enter limited numbers of tourists every year. Bhutan has retained its religious and cultural values despite of encroachment of modern civilization in the every nook and corner of the world. Unspoiled majestic virgin peaks, unique cultural heritage preserved for many centuries, an architectural style like no others, a land of full of warm hearted and friendly people have made Bhutan a truly unique destination. You will still find its past in present.

 

ACTIVITIES

River Rafting

Rafting is undoubtedly the best way to explore the Arcadian Nepal. It involves excitement, scenic views and challenge. Nepal has numerous fine rivers for rafting, kayaking or canoeing. The most prominent white water rafting regions are the eastern, the mid and the western rivers. Of all these regions, river Trisuli and the Bhotekoshi are the main popular rafting rivers for short trips. The rivers sometimes offer hair raising roller coaster rides. The float down stream is exhilarating and the scenery of the valley gorges between Himalaya and min Himalayan range is equally captivating. So whatever duration or level of excitement you need we have it.

 

Mount Everest Flight

Mountain flight is truly a memorable experience that one should not miss out in Nepal. If you feel you have not seen enough mountains, the mountain flight is the right choice to rejoice with spectacular panoramic mountains’ views. The bird’s eye view of the 6 mighty mountains above 8,000m out of the 14 from a close range is simply unbelievable. The one hour magic flight will make it possible for you to view uninterruptedly all the enchanting beauty of lofty and snowcapped mountains beyond your imagination. Above all is towering figure of Mount Everest amidst cluster of mountains spread all over Nepal and Tibet will mesmerize the onlookers with its astounding charm and grandeur. It is a great personal pride for you to hover above the clouds closer to the highest peak of the world-a-feat to be achieved only through mountain flight.

 

Bungy Jumping

Just imagination of jumping down from a bridge of 160m above a tropical gorge with the Bhote Koshi, one of the Nepal’s wildest rivers raging below is enough to make your heartbeat run faster. It is the thrill of Bungy jumping as it there is no fun for real adventure lover if challenge is not so hard and difficult. It is located within a reach of 4 hours outside Kathmandu and just 19 kms away from the Tibet Border.

The Bungy bridge happens to be the only privately owned bridge in Nepal. It has been specially designed for Bungy Jumping with a 4X safety factors and has a loading factor of 41,500kg or 4.5 tons according to Swiss measurement.

 

Paragliding

Paragliding is relatively new adventure sports in Nepal. Paragliding in this Himalayan country can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure seekers. You can experience unparalleled scenic grandeur as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites while floating over the villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and the jungle with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalayas.

The main area for flying in Nepal is the Annapurna region, more specifically the Pokhara valley. This lakeside town is Nepal’s second city, nestled at the foot of the Annapurna Himal. The views commanded from here of 3 of the world’s 8000m peaks, are unsurpassed. At an altitude of 800m ASL the subtropical climate means that year round, it is short and T shirt weather. The micro climate of the valley makes it an ideal area for flying, with far more constant conditions.

 

Ultralight Flight

Ultralight aircraft is being operated from Pokhara. It has an unique blend of both mountain and plateau area. While flying over the Pokhara valley, you will not miss the scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, Phewa Tal. The flight will be a journey through nature. Don’t miss this truly unique experience.

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