Adventure Eva Luxury Trek 15 days
|Type of Venture||Code||Duration||Size||Type of Treks||Elevation||Grade||Price||Best Season|
|Overland Trek||NTLX-001||15 Days||Above 2 Person||Camping Trek||3244M||Moderate||In List||Except June, July, December & January|
Eva Luxury Trek is a purely camping and moderate trek and designated for people those who don’t want Accent Mountain but still wants enjoy too natural lass of view. Also this trek will offer to people many type of culture experience and relax full journey.
You pass different villages where you can interact with the different ethnic groups such as Tamang, Gurung, Brahmin, Chhetri and few others of Nepal. The trail offers you a peek observation of the culture and unchanged tradition of these people. The mountain peaks you can enjoy are Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, Shringi Himal, Manaslu range, Lamjung Himal, Himalchuli, Annapurna range and many other unnamed mountains and peaks.
While trekking you find this trail is enriched with beautiful flora and fauna. You pass rhododendron, pine forests with other natural vegetation. These forests are home of various species of birds and wild animals.
Eva Trek trail offers you a visit to Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage site as well. The famous Tripura Sundari Temple lies at Salyankot where there is held a big fair from time to time. Hindu devotees offer special prayer and animal sacrifice to the deity. Except these Buddhist monasteries and chortens preserve distinct culture and tradition in itself. Another attraction of this trek is that you visit Ganga Jamuna which is a twin waterfall. There is a Kukur Dhara (Dog Spring) and it is believed that taking a dip into this will rid you from rabies. Ganga Jamuna is Hindu pilgrimage site where a famous fair is held around the temple before three days of full moon day during the first week of November. Here is a holy stone which is highly revered by the Hindu devotees and local people. It is believed that this holy stone preserves the divine power as water originates from there.
Day 01 Drive from Kathmandu to Samari Bhanjyang (1250M.) via Trishuli Bazaar (540M.) by bus. Depart Kathmandu early morning for the 7-hours drive to the hill town of Sole Bazaar Today you trace the route taken by Prithvi Narayan Shah on his invasion march to Kathmandu over two centuries ago. Prithvi Narayan Shah is considered the founding father of modern Nepal, being the first person to assemble all the territories of the present country of Nepal under one ruler. En route you pass through Trisuli Bazaar, a small town that was once the hub for trekking in this region and is home to a small but interesting traditional bazaar. From here you travel through gravel road until you reach Samari Bhanjyang and this is picturesque drive as you can see the beautiful scenery of rice terraces, small gorges and green hills. Samari Bhanjyang is a small town and it was a trading place in the pass. Overnight Samari Bhanjyang Camping.
Day 02 Trek from Samari Bhanjyang to Katunje Bazaar (765M.) which takes about six and half hours. In the beginning you trek along gradual descent path and then your trail turns uphill. Finally you trek through flat land to reach your destination. En route you pass different villages, forests covered with pine and rhododendron, farming terraces, small streams and numerous green hills. There is a small market in Katunje and you can have first glimpse of Ganesh Himal from here. Overnight camping and enjoy with Tamang Local Dance.
Day 03 Trek from Katunje Bazaar to Kintang Phedi (655M.) and it takes about five and half hours. In the beginning the trail goes downhill till Lapang Besi. Now you walk along the river bank until you reach Kintang Phedi. En route you pass several traditional villages, farming terraces, fishing spot and beautiful green hills. Kintang Phedi lies at the bank of Netrawati or Ankhu Khola (stream). There are few typical houses, shops with minimal supply and terraces where local people grow potatoes and other food grains. Overnight camping and enjoy with Tamang Local Dance (Tamang cellow) & BBQ Night.
Day 04 Trek from Kintang Phedi to Jharlang (1500M.) and it takes about six hours. All the way you trek gradual ascent path passing through several villages, farming terraces and green hills. These villages are predominated by Tamang, Brahmin and Chhetris respectively. Maize, millet, rice, wheat, buck wheat and green vegetable are their staple food. Jharlang is a Tamang village. You find a government school and numerous typical houses. The main occupation of the locals is agriculture. Overnight in camping.
Day 05 Trek from Jharlang to Laba (1750M.) which takes about six hours. The trail goes gradual up and sometime steep up in the beginning. Towards the ending point the trail moves downhill till Laba. En route you pass villages, small gorges, small forests, farming terraces and green hills. Laba is another village which you encounter in this trek. It is inhabited by both Tamang and Gurung. You can observe the typical culture practiced by these ethnic communities. They speak their own language. The visitors can taste their traditional food and local alcoholic drink (chhyang). This trekking route is enriched with distinct culture and unchanged tradition of ethnic groups like Tamang and Gurung. The potatoes grown in and around this area are famous all over Nepal. Overnight in camping and enjoy with sheep’s BBQ night.
Day 06 Trek from Laba to Manyang Bhanjyang (2934M.) and it takes about five hours. This day you trek through beautiful rhododendron and pine forests. These forests are the home of various species of birds and wild animals. The trail moves up hill all the way to manyang Bhanjyang. From here you can see the first glimpse of Ganesh Himal. While trekking you pass Khading village mainly resided by Tamang and Gurung. The main crop is potato here. Manyang Bhanjyang is a ridge and you find forests and grass land here. This is a perfect place for camping as your camping site is surrounded by rhododendron and oak forests. Overnight in camping.
Day 07 Trek from Manyang Bhanjyang to Majhgaun (2200M.) and which takes approximately six hours. To reach Majhgaun you have to trek along gradual descent path and after some time steep descent path but again you move downward toward the ending point. On the way you pass forests of rhododendron and oak, villages, farming terraces and green hills. This day you are quite captivated by the clear views of Manaslu range, Buddha peak on a clear weather and other unnamed mountains and peaks. As you enter Majhgaun you will find local people being engaged in farming but it is reported that some people have migrated either to foreign country or Kathmandu. Overnight in camping.
Day 08 Trek from Majhgaun to Ganga Jamuna (3244M.) which takes about six hours. After descending for early few hours the trail turns steep ascent until you reach Ganga Jamuna. This is a Hindu pilgrimage site where a famous fair is held around the temple before three days of full moon day during the first week of November. Many Hindu devotees crowd this holy site for worship and blessing. Here is a holy stone which is highly revered by the Hindu devotees and local people. It is believed that this holy stone preserves the divine power as water originates from there. This place is perfect for camping. The panoramic views of Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, Shringi Himal, Manaslu range, Lamjung Himal, Himalchuli, Annapurna range and many other unnamed mountains and peaks completely mesmerize you. Overnight in camping and enjoy with local folk song.
Day 09 Rest day at Ganga Jamuna. This day you can hike to the top of Ganga Jamuna and can enjoy the spectacular views of Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, Shringi Himal, Manaslu range, Lamjung Himal, Himalchuli, Annapurna range and many other unnamed mountains and peaks. On the way you cross dense forests of rhododendron and other natural vegetation. Overnight in camping.
Day 10 Trek from Ganga Jamuna to Salyankot (1100M.) which takes about six hours. Leaving Ganga Jamuna you go straight downhill till Dangsing village. From here you trek gradual downhill all the way to Salyankot. This part of the trail is quite beautiful. You pass many villages, walk along the ridge, can enjoy magnificent views of green hills, farming terraces and the best part is that you can interact with the local people. Salyankot is a village where there is a temple of Tripura Sundari, one of the Hindu Goddess. There is held a fair during Dashain which is one of the biggest festivals of Nepal. During this time special worship is offered to deity and animal sacrifice is must. Not limited to this, you can catch panoramic views of Ganesh Himal. Overnight in camping.
Day 11 Trek from Salyankot to Aarughat Bazzar (500M.) which takes about six hours. Until you meet your destination you trek downhill all the way. En route you pass villages, small forests, farming terraces and green hills. Aarughat Bazzar covers small area with an old market. Here you find shops with minimal supply, motor able road, high school, health post, typical tea houses, small lodges and it lies at the bank of Budhi Gandaki River. Here the route to Manaslu trekking meets. Overnight camping and enjoy with Budhi Gandaki River beach BBQ Night.
Day 12 Trek from Aarughat Bazaar to Khanchok (1050M.) and it takes about six hours. This day you trek steep ascent path until you reach a high school at Tandrang village. Now the trail goes gradual uphill along the ridge till Khanchok. There you find a motor able road, high school, local but old market. This place offers you panoramic views of Manaslu, Buddha peak and other views of unnamed mountain and peaks. Overnight in camping.
Day 13 Trek from Khanchok to Gorkha (1143M.) which takes about six hours. To reach Gorkha the trail moves uphill all the way to Gorkha temple. Now you trek descent path along stone stair for about 20 minutes to reach Gorkha town. Overnight in camping Either at Tea House.
Day 14 Drive from Gorkha to Kathmandu by bus and it takes about four and half hours.
It is a pleasant drive back to Kathmandu via beautiful Abu Khaireni town. While driving, you head up to Muglin and Kurintar where the Nepal’s first Cable car is operated to reach to Manakamana Temple. En route, you could enjoy the mountain views, green sceneries, rice terrace fields, vegetable fields and people being engaged in their daily life activities. From Naubishe you climb up to Thankot, the gateway to capital. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 15 Final departure to your home destination.
|Trekking Route Name||Day||Group size||Cost|
|Ganga Jamuna Trek||15 Days||1-3||$155 Per person, Per day|
|4-10||$145 Per person, Per day|
|11-20||$135 Per person, Per day|
|21 above||$130 Per person, Per day|
- Trekking Guide.
- Trekking assistance.
- Necessary Entry Fee.
- TIMS card Fee.
- All Necessary equipment for Camping Trek i.e climbing equipment Tents, Dining tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent and Mattresses.
- 4 Star Hotel accommodations (Twin sharing Bed) at Kathmandu on B/B Basis.
- Land transport cost.
- Airport Pick up & Drop.
- One hour Spa treatment at Kathmandu after the trek (Complementary).
- Single supplementary.
- Alcoholic & Beverage item.
- Int’l air fare.
- Cargo cost.
- Medical/Emergency rescue cost (If require).
- Visa cost.
- Airport taxes.
- Personal equipment.
- Any additional activities cost.
- Personal body guard (Optional).
- Personal Medical assistance (Optional).
- Tips for your assistance.
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Bookings and Payments
All Booking are made 45 days prior, with at least 20% of payment of the Trekking cost with additional full payment & other government charges. This will constitute acceptance by you of these Terms and Conditions. You need to submit a copy of each passport to our office via email or fax including two photos of passport size for TIMS Card and Trekking Permit Purpose. All payments are required per person as per trip.
Note: 10% commission will be provide for the tour agents/tour operators.
50% discount for a tour leader if there are 15 – 20 pax in a group and 100% free for the tour leader if there are 25 and above pax in a group.