Mardi Himal Trek
Mardi Himal Trek is one of the short splendid ventures into the Annapurna region, which can be in fact good for the study of ecology. Since, Mardi himal trekking route is mostly based on eco-tourism destination to room around deep forest, alpine pastures will quite good trip. Besides this, your trail will lead towards various valleys, dense forests, waterfalls and absolute glimpses of the high mountains.
Having the feature of long rising ridge whose summit form off the lower slope of Mt. Machhapuchre can be viewed from the Phewa Lake. Such quality of Mardi himal mountain leaped renown as Mardi Himal which is after known as triangular skyline while its rising ridge and summit are comparatively associated. Undoubtedly, it has striking trekking route, and gives you opportunity to encounter the countryside people in Nepal, where diverse culture along with the livelihood entertain any passers- by.
The best of Mardi Himal trail can be begun at Hangja, which is half hour drive from Pokhara, and you can get to sanokhoban ar Mardi Himal Base camp which is your destination as well. Through that camp, korchen will be another place to go so that you can move to pokhara again. To have the entertainment at the best, autumn and spring will be good to choose.
Day 1:Meet at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel
Day 2:Sight-seeing of Kathmandu: Full day’s sightseeing in Kathmandu valley includes the Hindu temple complex at Pashupatinath (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) & the biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath. Also visit Monkey Temple the Swyambhunath (2000 years old temple) and visit Patan city of fine arts. Return to the hotel.
Day 3:Kathmandu to Pokhara 820m. Drive by private bus/ van or take a flight. If drive it will be about 6 to 7 hour drive to Pokhara with a scenic Prithvi High way and if by flight it will be 25 minutes flight with majestic view of high Himalayas. Overnight in a Hotel.
Day 4:Pokhara to Dhampus 1600m: 30 minute drive 2 and half hour work.After break fast drive to Phedi via Tibetan camp and steep climb up to Dhampus village one of the big Gurung village Spectacular panoramic views of Annapurna Himalayan range.. Overnight in a camp with a full view of Annapurna Ranges.
Day 5:Dhampus to Forest Camp 2480m, 6 hour works: Today Trek enter an enchanted forest of birch, giant rhododendron, mountain oak, maple, hemlock and daphnia, camping in a small clearing far from the beaten trail overnight in a camp.
Day 6:Forest Camp to Low Camp 3150m, 5 hrs work. As we climb, the flora has turned to classic 'cloud forest' with mosses and lichen, tree ferns and orchids hosted by the hardier trees. Now and then, there are windows in the woods that look out onto thrilling panorama – towards Himchuli, Annapurna South and we have spectacular northerly views of the ever-closer 'Fishtail'
Day 7:Low Camp to High Camp 4100m, 4hrs work: Have an early breakfast and we start trekking to reach our highest point of the trek, if conditions are favorable, up to 15,000 /16,000 ft. In the afternoon we return to our camp. If the weather is clear, the view today will never be forgotten. Overnight in camp.
Day 8:Rest day at high camp you can make a day hiking over there having a good view. Overnight at camp 4100m.
Day 9:High Camp to Siding Village 1280m. After breakfast, Today journey start an unhurried descent through the shade of the forest, and out onto terraced fields, down 1,600 m. This is a different route down –to the upper Mardi Khola. Here, as we make our way along the banks of the Mardi Khola from the hill-side village of Siding, down through the lovely fields, past the simple farms and over the 'interesting' bridges, there is no doubting this is indeed the idyllic Nepali countryside. Overnight at camp.
Day 10:Siding Village to Pokhara. After a short walk now the trail skirts an outcrop – there’s the road, there's our transport, and soon we're back in Pokhara for our last lunch.
Day 11:Fly or drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 12:Final departure, transfer to airport.