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Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek 2 Days

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Good to Know
  • Duration 2 Days
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Trip Destination Poon Hill (3,210 m) & Ghorepani (2,857 m)
  • Starts at Pokhara
  • Ends at Pokhara
  • Max. Altitude 3,210 m
  • Trip Type Short Sunrise Hike
  • Transport Tourist Vehicle
  • Accommodation Tea Houses/Lodges

Highlights

  • Short trek from Pokhara to Poon Hill and back
  • Shortest trek in Nepal with the greatest Himalayan views
  • Best sunrise view from Poon Hill
  • Traverse stunning rhododendron forests rich in diverse flora and fauna
  • Trek through Gurung and Magar villages for a unique adventure
  • Warm welcome from Gurung people, offering insight into their culture
  • Panoramic views of Annapurna, Himchuli, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri and many more
  • Fully guided 2-day trek with sunset in Ghorepani and 360-degree mountain vista
  • No age restriction, making it accessible to all for mesmerizing mountain sights.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek 2 Days is the shortest by-road trekking package to Ghorepani in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Trekking to an altitude of 3,210 meters within a short period of time unfolds a tapestry of unforgettable memories. One of the main highlight of this 2 days short Poon hill trek is sunrise view of Annapurna Massif from Poon Hill station.

Poon Hill is a super cool lookout spot tucked away in the mountains of Annapurna Santuary Nepal. It's not quite a town, but more like a hilltop with amazing views of the Himalayas. Think of it like a private balcony for the whole mountain range!

The main reason hikers climb up here is for the sunrises. Picture this: you wake up before the birds and hike up the hill. Then, slowly! The sun peeks over the mountains, painting the snowy peaks all orange and pink. It's like watching a magic show in nature!

Starting from Pokhara, the 2-day trek to Ghorepani poon hill begins with road transportation to Ulleri. Enroute, we traverse the villages of Banthanti and Nangge Thanti, experiencing the essence of the Magar and Gurung cultures. The short hike to Poon Hill has stone-paved paths, cute villages, pony farms, terraced lands, springs, waterfalls, and cute huts. The path passes through forests of pine, oak, rhododendron, and spruce, infusing an extra layer of excitement into this adventurous journey.

Our thoughtfully designed Ghorepani 2-day trekking trip ensures that individuals with average physical fitness and time constraints can comfortably undertake it. The experience is enhanced by soaking oneself in the Nepali village setting, savoring local Nepali cuisine, enjoying Nepali wine, and relishing the warmth of Nepali hospitality.

Note: The 2 Day Poon hill trek begins in Pokhara. For those starting from Kathmandu, a Kathmandu to Pokhara flight offers a smooth transition to start on this adventure. Alternatively, Kathmandu-to-Pokhara road transportation is available through private vehicles and public transports. The trek, which takes around 6 hours under normal circumstances, may experience delays due to factors like road blockages, political strikes, accidents, and natural calamities. Plan accordingly for a smooth and enjoyable trekking experience.

What to expect from this 2 Days Poon Hill Trek?

The 2-day Poonhill Trek is an excellent choice for those looking to experience the natural beauty and cultural immersion of the Annapurna region in a limited amount of time. Here are some of the things that can be expected from this short trek:

Spectacular Mountain Views: Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, including prominent peaks like Himchuli and Machhapuchhre.

Quick Hike: Perfect for those with limited time, the 2-day trek offers a brief yet rewarding adventure from Pokhara to Poon Hill and back.

Rich Cultural Experience: Trek through charming villages inhabited by Gurung and Magar communities, providing a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in their distinctive cultures.

Warm Local Hospitality: Experience the warm hospitality of the Gurung people and have the chance to learn about their heritage and way of life.

Scenic Rhododendron Forests: Traverse stunning rhododendron forests, home to diverse plant and wildlife, adding to the natural beauty of the trek.

Authentic Cuisine: Stay in local tea houses and savor the flavor of traditional Dal Bhat, offering an authentic taste of local cuisine.

Guided Trek: Benefit from a fully guided trek, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience, with the opportunity to witness both sunset in Ghorepani and sunrise from Poon Hill.

Accessible to All Ages: With no age restriction, the trek is suitable for individuals of all ages, providing an opportunity for everyone to appreciate the enchanting mountain vistas.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek 2 Days Cost

The cost of 2 days of poon hill trekking for the years 2024 and 2025 is 250 USD.

The group sharing cost of the trek at Nepal Trek Adventure is also determined based on the group size. Refer to the table below for detailed pricing:

No. of person

Cost per person

1 person

350 USD

2 to 4 persons

250 USD

5 to 10 people

225 USD

Best Seasons to Visit Poon Hill Short Trek

Choosing the best time for a 2-day Poon Hill Trek is crucial for an optimal experience, considering the diverse landscapes and climatic variations along the short Annapurna trek.

The best seasons for the 2-day Poon Hill Trek are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During these months, the weather conditions are generally favourable for short Annapurna treks.

Spring offers mild temperatures, blooming rhododendron flowers, and clear skies, enhancing the scenic beauty. It is an excellent time for nature enthusiasts and photographers to capture the vibrant landscapes.

Autumn brings stable weather with clear visibility, making it ideal for trekking. The crisp air allows for breathtaking views of the Annapurna range and Dhaulagiri. The pleasant temperatures during the day and cool nights contribute to a comfortable trekking experience.

While spring and autumn are the most popular seasons, it's essential to note that the 2-day Poon Hill Trek is possible during other times too, but weather conditions may differ. The monsoon (June to August) brings heavy rainfall, leading to slippery trails and reduced visibility. Winter (December to February) may bring cold temperatures, especially at higher altitudes.

The climate on Poon Hill in 2 days can vary, especially during early mornings and evenings. Adequate layers and weather-appropriate gear are essential for comfort and safety. Preparing for temperature fluctuations allows you to fully immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring vistas without being hindered by unexpected weather changes.

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Itinerary
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    Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek 2 Days begins with a scenic jeep ride to Tikhedhunga, the trek's starting point, right after a fulfilling breakfast at your Pokhara hotel.

    The Jeep ride is about 3 to 4 hours, will go through picturesque locales like Sudame and Hile on the way to Tikhedhunga. It's noteworthy that, unlike many trekkers starting from Nayapul, you'll be making the trip to Ulleri by Jeep, given the time constraints of the 2-day Poon Hill Trek.

    Even though it is the fastest way to get there, the trip is filled with beautiful views of towns, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, and peaceful landscapes and streams. The route stays away from the steeper trails that hikers often find difficult. 

    Upon reaching Ulleri, a filling lunch awaits before the ascent to Ghorepani. The climb from Ulleri, lasting approximately 6 to 7 hours, passes through challenging slopes. The trail leads from Ulleri through meadows, rhododendron and oak forests, and wide pasturelands.

    A two-hour hike brings you to Banthanti (2200m), a charming village primarily inhabited by the Gurung community, featuring a handful of eateries and guesthouses.

    From Banthanti, your 2-day Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek Route heads north to Nangthanti (2500m), passing through streams and minor hills. Heading north offers increasingly captivating views of the mountains. The ensuing uphill journey from Nangthanti to Ghorepani, spanning two hours, unfolds breathtaking vistas of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I, and more.

    As night descends, a restful stay awaits at a pristine tea house in Ghorepani, capping off a day filled with diverse landscapes and mountainous wonders.

    Note: In the rainy season, the Jeep can't reach Ulleri. In such cases, a 2-hour hike through steep trails may be required to reach Ulleri from Hile, the point where the Jeep stops.

      The 2-day Ghorepani Poon Hill trek begins before daybreak, starting on a journey to the 3,210-metre-high Poon Hill viewpoint for a spectacular sunrise.

      You need to trek for an hour from your accommodation to Poon Hill to capture the beautiful sunrise. It's important to act quickly; missing this moment would ruin the whole experience.

      Upon reaching the summit, anticipation builds as the sun gradually emerges behind the hills, painting a magnificent dawn. The mountains become truly spellbinding as the sun's rays illuminate them, creating a breathtaking image.

      After savoring the sunrise, a nearly 45-minute descent leads back to Ghorepani. Following a hearty breakfast, the 2-day Poon Hill Trek from Pokhara Route guides you back to Tikhedhunga (1,500m), a 5- to 6-hour hike down. The southward route offers a slightly easier trek as you traverse through the landscape.

      A two-hour descent takes you to Nangthanti, offering a detailed view of Annapurna I. Continuing for another hour, you reach Banthanti, crossing streamlets and waterfalls. From Banthanti, the path leads to Ulleri, providing captivating views of villages and mountains.

      The descent from Ulleri to Tikhedhunga unveils picturesque countryside and mustard fields. After lunch in Tikhedhunga, you will hike 45 minutes downward to reach Hile. From there, you'll take a 3-hour Jeep ride back to Pokhara, ending the unforgettable Poon Hill Trek 2 Days.

      Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

      What's Included

      Accommodations

      • 1 Nights at Local Tea Houses (Twin Sharing Basis)

      Trekking Permit

      • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
      • Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP)
      • Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)

      Transportation

      • Pokhara to Hile by local Jeep or Bus
      • Hile to Pokhara by local Jeeps or Buses.

      Food during Trekking:

      • 1 Breakfast: Local and continental choices from the tea house menu
      • 2 Lunch: Simple and light lunch in lunch camp tea houses
      • 1 Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals of your choice local and continental foods from the local tea house menu

      Guide/Porter Services & Their Liabilities

      • English-speaking government-licensed trekking guide with a Minimum of 10 Years of Experience
      • All Meals for the guide or porter
      • Insurances for guide & porter
      • Well-Paid salary as per the government`s rate or the concerned association`s circular rate
      • Local Sherpa or porter for carrying your luggage up to 20 KGs Max (only for group 2 or more)
      •  First-Aid kit carried by our team

      What's Excluded

      • International flight fares
      • Nepal entry visa fees
      • Kathmandu to Pokhara transportation
      • Hotels in Pokhara
      • Any kind of drinks (tea, coffee, water, hot water, etc) and bar bills (alcoholic beverages)
      • Hot shower, WIFI, any electronic battery charges during trekking 
      • Tips and gratitude to your guides, porters, and drivers
      • Your travel insurance covers both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.00.
      • Extra night accommodation or meals in Pokhara or Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, or early return from trekking (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
      Availability & Private Trip
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      Start DateStart: SundayFeb 25, 2024End DateEnd: MondayFeb 26, 2024PricePriceUS $250StatusStatusGuaranteed
      Start DateStart: TuesdayFeb 27, 2024End DateEnd: WednesdayFeb 28, 2024PricePriceUS $250StatusStatusGuaranteed
      Start DateStart: ThursdayFeb 29, 2024End DateEnd: FridayMar 01, 2024PricePriceUS $250StatusStatusGuaranteed
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      Private & Group Discount Price
      1 pax
      US$350
      2 - 4 pax
      US$250
      5 - 12 pax
      US$225
      1 Travelers x US $350TotalUS $350(No additional taxes or booking fees)

      Trip Details

      Details

      Day 1

      Day 2

      Distance

      Pokhara to Nayapul: 41km

      Nayapul to Ulleri: 12 km

      Ulleri to Ghorepani: 10 km

      Ghorepani to Poon hill: 4km (round trip)

      Ghorepani to Ulleri: 10km

      Ulleri to Pokhara: 53 km

      Duration

      Pokhara to Nayapul: 1 hour 30 minutes (drive)

      Nayapul to Ulleri: 2 hour (drive)

      Hiking Time: 6 to 7 hours

      Ghorepani to Poon hill: 2 hours (round)

      Ghorepani to Ulleri : 3 to 4 hours

      Ulleri to Pokhara: 3 to 4 hours

      Altitude

      Maximum Altitude: 2,874 meters (Ghorepani)

      Minimum Altitude: 820 meters (Pokhara)

      Maximum height: 3,210 meters (Poon Hill)

      Minimum Height: 822 meters (Pokhara)

      Mountains viewed

      Mount Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters), Annapurna I (8,091 meters), Annapurna II (7,939 meters), Annapurna III (7,555 meters), Annapurna IV (7,525 meters), Annapurna South (7,219 meters), Machhapuchhre/Fishtail Mountain (6,993 meters), Bharha Sikhar (7,647 meters), Nilgiri (7,041 meters), Lamjung Himal (6,988 meters) and Hiunchuli (6,434 meters)

       

      Mount Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters), Annapurna I (8,091 meters), Annapurna II (7,939 meters), Bharha Sikhar (7,647 meters), Annapurna III (7,555 meters), Annapurna IV (7,525 meters), Annapurna South (7,219 meters), Nilgiri (7,041 meters), Machhapuchhre/Fishtail Mountain (6,993 meters), Lamjung Himal (6,988 meters) and Hiunchuli (6,434 meters)

      Days Attraction

      Pokhara, the lake city, Ghorepani (2,874 meters), Nepali cuisine, Ghorepani Poon Hill Gate, metal and wooden taps, stone-steps, pine, oak, spruce, and bamboo forest, clusters of human settlements, pony rearing, and march, Ghorepani hotels, etc.

       

      Ghorepani Poon Hill (3,210 meters), Nepali cuisine, metal and wooden taps, stone-steps, pine, oak, spruce and bamboo forest, clusters of human settlements, pony march and rearing, Ghorepani hotels and Nepali styled decorations, Pokhara – the lake city, cascades, rivers crossing roads, etc.

      Poon Hill Short Trek Difficulty

      The Poon Hill Trek for two days is an easy trek. It's a bit challenging, but many people, including beginners, can do it. 

      You'll be hiking on trails with some ups and downs, and the trek isn't too long each day. The paths are well-marked, and you won't need any special climbing equipment. 

      The main challenge might be the altitude, but it's not very high, so most people adjust okay. You can take your time and enjoy the views, and there are places to rest along the way. 

      Overall, it's a possible trek for those looking for a short adventure in the beautiful Himalayas without too much difficulty.

      Travel Insurance for Poon Hill 2 Days Trek

      Purchasing travel insurance is important for a hassle-free and safe experience during the Poon Hill Trek, which spans two days. 

      Given the unpredictable nature of mountainous terrain, unexpected events such as altitude sickness, minor injuries, or unforeseen weather changes can occur. 

      A comprehensive travel insurance policy provides a safety net, covering medical emergencies, evacuation expenses, trip cancellations, and loss of belongings. With the diverse and challenging landscapes encountered on the trek, having reliable insurance ensures that any unforeseen circumstances won't disrupt your trek. 

      That, not only offers peace of mind but also serves as a crucial precautionary measure, allowing trekkers to fully enjoy themselves in the breathtaking beauty of the Poon Hill region, knowing they have a safety net in place.

      Meals during Poon Hill Short Trek

      During your short hike to Poon Hill, you will have breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, in the middle of the trek, you can also have tea, drinks, or snacks while taking a short break along the way.

      Breakfast: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. To build up a lot of energy for trekking for longer periods of time on the trip, the first meal needs to be both healthy and tasty. The hotel will serve breakfast on the first day, and on the second day, breakfast will be served in teahouses as part of our strategy. There will be a lot of different foods at breakfast, like bread and chapatti, eggs, rice, soup, pancakes, cereals, and more.

      Lunches: In Nepal, the main course is lunch in the afternoon. The hiking trails are where you'll eat lunch. Every teahouse along the hiking trails serves dal-bhat as the main dish, and there are many different kinds. 

      Additionally, dal-bhat has become more popular as a lunch option among hikers from around the world in recent years. Some of the foods that teahouses serve for lunch are rice, noodles, pasta and macaroni, spaghetti, momo (dumplings), pizza, hamburgers, dumplings, sweets, and more.

      Dinner: After a long and strenuous day of walking, dinner is an excellent way to finish off the day. Your package includes the first dinner, which will be served at the teahouse. At the tea houses along the walk, you can get the same kinds of food for lunch and dinner. 

      Dal baht is what most Nepalese people eat for lunch and dinner, but guests from other countries usually order something else. The teahouses serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as a variety of hot and cold drinks.

      Accommodation

      During your short trek to Poon Hill, accommodation primarily consists of teahouses, which, in comparison to city hotels, are more basic in nature. Despite their simplicity, these teahouses offer all the essential amenities required for hikers. 

      The sleeping arrangements typically are twin-sharing beds adorned with warm blankets, ensuring a cozy and comfortable rest. Despite sharing the bathrooms, trekkers can expect clean facilities that are functional. By embracing the rustic charm of teahouse lodging, hikers can appreciate the fundamental comforts needed for a rejuvenating stay amidst the natural beauty of the trekking routes.

      Altitude Sickness and Prevention during Poon Hill 2 Days Trek

      Altitude sickness is a potential concern during the Poon Hill Trek, especially considering the different elevations encountered within the short duration of the two-day hike. It is crucial for trekkers to be aware of the symptoms, which may include headaches, nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath. 

      To minimize the risk, it's advisable to acclimatize gradually by taking breaks and staying hydrated. Proper rest and maintaining a moderate pace while ascending can significantly reduce the likelihood of altitude-related issues.

      Remedies for altitude sickness include staying well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water, avoiding alcohol and tobacco, and consuming a light and easily digestible diet. 

      In case symptoms continue or worsen, it's essential to descend to a lower altitude promptly. Trekkers should also consult with a healthcare professional before using any medications like acetazolamide, which aid acclimatization.

      In addition to personal precautions, being aware of the group's overall health and communicating openly with trekking guides or fellow travelers is essential for a safe and enjoyable Poon Hill Trek. By prioritizing health and taking preventive measures, trekkers can fully appreciate the stunning landscapes without compromising their well-being.

      Packing List for 2 Days Poon Hill Trekking

      Clothing:

      • Quick-dry hiking pants
      • Moisture-wicking base layers
      • Insulating layers (fleece or down jacket)
      • Waterproof and windproof jacket
      • Hat and gloves for warmth

      Footwear:

      • Sturdy and comfortable hiking boots
      • Moisture-wicking socks

      Backpack and Accessories:

      • Daypack with a rain cover
      • Water bottle or hydration system
      • Sunglasses with UV protection
      • Sunscreen and lip balm
      • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
      • Trekking poles for added stability

      Personal Items:

      • Personal identification and necessary permits
      • Money and small denominations
      • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
      • Personal hygiene items (toothbrushes, toothpaste, wet wipes, etc.)
      • Small first-aid kit with essential medications

      Electronics:

      • Portable charger/power bank
      • Travel adapter if needed

      Snacks and Nutrition:

      • Energy bars, trail mix, or snacks
      • Reusable food containers and utensils

      Navigation and Communication:

      • Map and compass
      • Fully charged mobile phone with emergency contacts saved

      Miscellaneous:

      • Lightweight towel
      • Trekking permit and necessary documentation
      • Plastic bags for waste disposal

      Optional Items:

      • Binoculars for bird watching or scenic views
      • Lightweight rain cover for backpack
      • Trekking umbrella

      Note: Remember to adapt the packing list based on the specific season and weather conditions during your short hike to Poon Hill. It's always beneficial to travel light while ensuring you have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable trekking experience.

      Safety Guidelines for Poon Hill Short Trekking

      • Allow your body to acclimatize to the altitude by ascending gradually. Take breaks and maintain a moderate pace.
      • Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration, a common issue at higher altitudes.
      • Check weather forecasts before the trek.
      • Carry suitable clothing layers for varying temperatures, including a waterproof jacket and sturdy footwear.
      • Familiarize yourself with the symptoms of altitude sickness (headache, nausea, dizziness) and take immediate action if symptoms arise.
      • Acquire and carry altitude sickness medication after consulting a doctor.
      • Obtain comprehensive travel insurance to cover medical emergencies, evacuation, and trip cancellations.
      • Stay with your trekking group for safety and support.
      • Communicate openly about any discomfort or health issues with your guide.
      Frequently Asked Questions
      • Q1. What is the best time of year for a 2-day trek to Poon Hill?

        The best time for the Poon Hill short trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons, typically March to May and September to November. Since it is a 2-day trek to Poon Hill from December to January, you can also consider it an ideal month for this short hike.

      • The trek to Poon Hill involves moderate altitude, and while it's not extremely challenging, being aware of potential altitude sickness symptoms is crucial.

      • Altitude sickness symptoms include headaches, nausea, dizziness, and shortness of breath. To prevent it, acclimatize gradually, stay hydrated, and consider carrying altitude sickness medication.

      • While a good level of general fitness is beneficial, the Poon Hill trek is suitable for most fitness levels. It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional if you have any health concerns.

      • Yes, hiring a guide is necessary and mandatory. However, booking the short trek package with us also includes the guide as well.

      • Teahouse accommodation is basic but comfortable, with twin-sharing beds and common clean bathrooms. The rooms are typically small and simply furnished, with basic bedding and maybe a small table or chair. Teahouses have a communal dining area where you can eat meals and socialize with other trekkers. This is often a cozy space with a yak dung stove for warmth and lighting.

      • Respect local customs by being mindful of cultural practices and interacting respectfully with locals. Many teahouses and villages lie along the trail, nestled amidst stunning monasteries and prayer flags. Walk clockwise around stupas and chortens (religious monuments), avoid pointing your feet or backside towards them, and maintain a quiet demeanor in sacred spaces. Taking pictures of people, especially monks or children, requires their consent. A simple gesture and a smile go a long way!

      • The package generally includes transportation from Pokhara.  However, if you find yourself in Kathmandu and require transportation, you can easily choose our add-on service. Make use of our Kathmandu-to-Pokhara tourist bus service, ensuring a hassle-free and comfortable journey.

      • You will need permits for the 2 days Poon Hill trek. These permits are easily obtain form Kathmandu or Pokhara but you don't have to worry about it as our guide will arrange it for you.

      • Teahouses provide a variety of food, including rice, noodles, pasta, momo, and more. Carry some snacks and ensure you stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.

      Testimonials
      What Our Clients Say
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        Camryn SailorUnited States,January 13, 2024

        Loveliest Poon Hill 2 Days Trek with NTA

        The stunning looks of snow secured mountains with the best trekking group were positively the loveliest excursion that I had ever done. The friendliness of Nepal Trek Adventures, the company I collaborated with, was extraordinary since the day we had our first gathering. They were inviting and steady too and furthermore adaptable with our excursion dates. Because of some native explanation, we needed to prepone our outing. They approved that and oversaw everything on the dates we pick with no shortcomings. Aside from this, their two days’ poon hill package had a delightful value that additional more advantage to our trek. The two most wonderful days of my life went through with the loveliest group.

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        Brody RylanMexico,January 05, 2024

        Short Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek with friends

        NTA orchestrated a Poon Hill trek and remains in Kathmandu and Pokhara for me and two companions. Each part of the excursion was awesome! Binod, the proprietor, was responsive and supportive in making arrangements for the outing and was entirely adaptable with our shorter time allotment for finishing the trek. The pickup administration at the air terminal and open to the cabin at the inn in Kathmandu made for an extraordinary beginning and a simple greeting in KTM and that incredible help proceeded all through our time in KTM during the trek. Binod and the entirety of the NTA staff made a special effort to ensure that we had all that we required of successful trip accomplishment. Our trekking experience was a feature for each of the three of us. Krishna (our guide cum porter) was marvelous! We would totally prescribe NTA to our companions. We wish we could do it once more!

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