Mardi Himal

Mardi Himal is a 5,587-meter (18,330-ft) peak that lies below the much more renowned Machapuchare. It is separated from Machapuchare by a distance of 5,200 meters (17,060 ft). It was first climbed by Basil Goodfellow in 1961. The Mardi Himal, which follows a ridge towards the summit and has lodging and teahouses up to an elevation of 3,550 meters before continuing up to "Base Camp" at 4,500 meters, was opened in 2012. The mountain itself is offered by many expedition companies and is categorized as a "trekking peak" by the government of Nepal. It is one of the most accessible mountain peaks in Nepal and provides views of a variety of stunning mountains and other natural beauty.

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Mardi Himal tour packages offer a comprehensive and organized way to experience the stunning beauty of the Mardi Himal trek in Nepal's Annapurna region. These packages typically include various services and amenities to ensure a smooth and enjoyable trekking experience. Here are some common inclusions and features you might find in Mardi Himal tour packages:

  1. Trekking Permits and Documentation: Packages include the necessary trekking permits, including the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card.

  2. Transportation: Transportation between Kathmandu and Pokhara (depends upon type of package), as well as from Pokhara to the trek starting point, is often included.

  3. Accommodation: Accommodation in tea houses or lodges along the trekking route is typically provided. These accommodations are basic but comfortable, offering a chance to connect with fellow trekkers.

  4. Meals: Packages include meals during the trek, such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Meals are usually traditional Nepali or local dishes.

  5. Experienced Guides: Experienced and knowledgeable trekking guides are a standard inclusion. They provide information about the trail, local culture, and ensure your safety.

  6. Porter Services: These packages include the services of porters to carry your main baggage, allowing you to trek with a lighter daypack.

  7. Trekking Itinerary: A well-structured trekking itinerary that outlines the day-by-day plan, including trekking distances, elevation gains, and highlights of the route.

  8. Pre-Trek Briefing: A pre-trek briefing session in Kathmandu or Pokhara to provide you with essential information about the trek and answer any questions you might have.

  9. Emergency Support: We have contingency plans and access to emergency services in case of unexpected situations.

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