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Trip Type:
Maximum Altitude:
4,050m Sing la Pass
20 Day(s)
Group Size:
Arrival On:
Kathmandu Nepal
Departure From:
Kathmandu Nepal


    The Ganesh Himal Trek is one of the most breathtaking landmarks in the Himalayas, as the Ganesh Range Peaks shape a horizon known as the “Great Himalayan Chain.” This trail leads us to Nepal’s uncharted central-eastern region.

    From lush green pastures to high elevation passes and from steppe Nepalese culture to Himalayan people culture. This trekking is the most spiritual and vivid trekking route in Nepal compared to other famous trekking trails in Nepal.

    The Ganesh Himal trek provides ideal shelter for a diverse range of flora and fauna, namely 526 plant species, 300 bird species, and wild animals such as Himalayan Thar, gaur, numerous monkey species, and musk deer. We can see Langtang, Gosaikund, Ganesh Himal, Boudha Peak, Himal Chuli, Machhapuchre, South Annapurna, and Annapurna II by this trek. We can also see incredible views of Singa La pass, Dharka, Jasail Kunda, Jyamrung, Kasigaun, Khanchok, and Gorkha.

    A stroll via the indigenous settlement allows to engage with the locals, learn about their culture, and experience their way of life, which is unique from that of the world today. People in this area work in agriculture and animal husbandry. They live a peaceful life surrounded by the serenity of natural beauty.

    Tamang, Larke, and Siar live in the upper regions, while Newars, Magars, Gurungs, Brahmins, and Chhetris live in the lowlands. The majority of people are Buddhists, with their accents, traditions, accessories, and beliefs. The warm welcome by the native people gives a pleasant memory of the journey for all tourists.

    The ideal months to take this Ganesh Himal Trek are September to November and February to June. But the stunning sights and comparatively low elevation render it an all-year adventure. The Ganesh Himal trek is a great place to go trekking with your mates. It is advised to trek with family because it is milder, less expensive, and just as beautiful.


    • View of Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal, and Manaslu Himal from a near distance.
    • Zinc, quartz, ruby, tin, and other valuable minerals are found in this region.
    • The holy Parvati Kunda and the twin sacred Seto and Kalo Lakes, are holy sites.


Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu (1400m/4,593ft)

Once you reach Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the Himalayan Marvel Adventure delegate will receive you from there then check-in in the hotel. In the evening meet your guide and other members and then a short brief of the trip.

Day 2 Drive to Syabrubesi (1,503m, 8-9 hrs)

We’ll leave Kathmandu after breakfast and begin our journey. The 6-hour drive in a jeep/bus to Syabrubesi is full of beautiful scenery and adventure. You will spend the evening exploring the area around the hotel.

Day 3 Trek to Chawatar and drive to Ghatlang(2337m/7690ft) 5-6 hours walk

Trek uphill after breakfast to Chawatar, where the jeep will be waiting for us. Then travel a few hours to Gatlang, a Tamang village known for its one-of-a-kind customs and craftsmanship in a stunning environment.

Day 4 Trek to Somdang (3,271m,6-7 hrs)

We hike to Parvati Kunda, a natural alps freshwater lake, after breakfast. Then we’ll take the trail to Yuri Kharka, where we’ll have lunch, passing through pine and rhododendron forests. The trail then descends to the Somdang River through Khurphu Bhanjyang, followed by a short walk to Somdang village.

Day 5 Trek to Pangsang Pass (La) (3,842m, 4 hrs)

After breakfast, we head to Pangsang Pass, a viewpoint in Somdang village that offers a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape. The vast meadow, which has a huge entry gateway, is a great place for camping and beautiful scenery with abundant herbal plants. Since there are no simple lodges or accommodations available, trekkers are advised to bring their tents for the night camp and bring dry fruits or food for dinner.

Day 6 Trek to Shertung/Chalish (1,875 m, 5-6 hrs) Pangsang Pass to Tipling (lunch)

After breakfast, the trail passes through thick rhododendron forests on our way to Laptung village. Then we stop for lunch in Tipling before continuing our journey to Shertung and Chalish. The only two settlements in this area that have not yet been built are these two. Locals and the tourism committee of the region, on the other hand, guarantee that visitors are provided with a simple meal and a place to rest.

Day 7 Trek to Hindung (Gomba Danda) (2,402m, 4 -5 hrs)

After breakfast at Chalish, we trek towards Hindung, a Tamang village of around 550 people, renowned for Crystals and rubies. If we visit at the correct time then we can spot Yarsagumba.  

Day 8 Trek to Thulo Dhunga (3,337m, 4-5 hrs)

To get to Thulo Dhunga, we’ll have to ascend to a higher elevation today. The route passes through a variety of wild flora and fauna, as well as several hidden gems. Exotic animals such as wild musk deer, wild boars, jharal, langur, and leopard may be seen as we walk along the road. On the way to Thulo Dunga, you’ll also see some spectacular waterfalls.

Day 9 Trek to Base Camp (Nojet Kharka) (3,691m, 6 hrs)

The path goes up and up slowly, with periodic views of the snow-capped peaks. Continue across seasonal pasture areas until we reach Nojet Kharka, a vast green prairie with a beautiful campsite.

Day 10 Exploration Day/viewpoint

Climbing to Dobra Danda, a hill to the northeast rewards with an unforgettable view of Ganesh Himal. At the foot of the Himalayas, there are two tiny lakes Kalo Kunda and Seto Kunda, each with its symbolic meaning. The waters of Kalo Kunda represent the awe-inspiring surroundings, and Seto Kunda has a seasonal pasture nearby.

Day 11 Retrace back to Hindung (Gomba Danda) (2,402m, 7-8 hrs)

Today we retrace back to Hindung with beautiful mountain views, encompassing natural landscape and downhill jungle.

Day 12 Trek to hot springs to Racyat Gaon/Kapur Gaon (1,500m, 5-6 hrs)

We head south from Hindung to a riverside hot spring that has been created and spend an hour in the hot spring en route to Racyat and Kapur Gaon.  We will immerse ourselves in the warm water and soothe ourselves physically and mentally, thanks to a swimming pool and three taps.

Day 13 Trek to Lapa (lunch) to Khading Gaon (2,025m, 4-5 hrs)

Before climbing uphills and crossing the Lapa Khola on a bridge, the trail passes through Lapchyat gaon, the region’s largest Gurung village. Then we will stop here for lunch and after lunch resume walk until we arrive in Khading village.

Day 14 Trek to Magne Goth (2,950m, 4 hrs)

Following a scattered rhododendron garden, we travel through a blue pine forest and terraced fields. The trail is steep uphills but is remarkably beautiful as it passes through mysterious settlements and farmlands. Magne Goth is eventually reached.

Day 15 Trek to Lapu Danda (1,250m, 5-6 hrs)

The trek rises by crossing Chote Khola before ascending through the forest and descending into a valley with spectacular views of Manaslu, which looms on the western horizon. The trek then continues through the picturesque villages of Dhonjet, Kartunje, and Manbu before returning to Dhading district and arriving at the magnificently situated Laphu Danda.

Day 16 Trek to Ganga Jamuna (950m, 5-6 hrs)

As we move towards the Ganga Jamuna, we are welcomed with a spectacular view of Mount Manaslu and other stunning mountains. We make our way to Baseri by following the trail via the lush green fields. We’ll enjoy our hike as we ascend to Dandagaon since we’ll be surrounded by greenery. After a few hours of walking, we arrive at the magnificent Ganga Jamuna twin waterfalls.

Day 17 Trek to Tripura Sundari (850m, 5-6 hrs)

After breakfast at Ganga Jamuna village, we begin our trek to Tripura Sundari. Before reaching Tripura Sundari, we pass through Brahmin villages, paddy terraces, and low land terrain views of the surroundings.

Day 18 Drive back to Kathmandu (1,310m, 6-7 hrs)

Breakfast in the morning, say goodbye to the trekking crew, and drive back to Kathmandu which takes around 6-7 hrs. If there is heavy traffic then it will take a little bit more time to reach Kathmandu. Once you reach Kathmandu check-in in at the hotel and take a rest.

Day 19 Full Day Sightseeing in Kathmandu

The day starts with hot coffee and a delicious breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, our city guide will receive you from the hotel then take you to the Boudhanath temple, where you will explore the stupa, monastery. Then the guide will take you to the Patan Durbar Square, where you will explore the Patan Durbar, temples, witness the Newari culture, and food. Then drive to Swayambhunath and get the view of Kathmandu valley from the top of Swayambhunath then back to the hotel.

Day 20 Departure Day

Himalayan Marvel Adventure delegate will drop you at the airport before 3 hrs and return to the respective places. Or you can choose the next program for the next adventurous journey.

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Price Includes

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop off service by a private tourist vehicle.
  • Experienced and Licensed English Speaking Guide
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by a private tourist vehicle.
  • Ground transportation by local bus.
  • All standard 3 meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner).
  • Required trekking permtis and fees.
  • A guide and porters, sherpa & cook.
  • Accommodations in lodges/tented camp on trek.
  • The required number of local staff and porters to carry your luggage during the trek. We assign one porter for every two guests.
  • Farewell Dinner.
  • Free Himalayan Marvel t-shirt, Duffle Bag, and sun hat.

Price Excludes

  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Travel insurance.
  • International airfare
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Personal drinks and bar bills.
  • Personal trekking and climbing equipment.
  • Tips for trekking staff and drivers. (Tipping is Expected)
  • Battery charge and Hot shower expenses (only in some places).
  • Other expenses are not mentioned in the ‘Price Includes’ section.


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