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Mardi Himal Trek 5 Days

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Good to Know
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Mardi Himal
  • Starts at Kathmandu/Pokhara
  • Ends at Pokhara
  • Max. Altitude 4500 M
  • Trip Type Tea house trek
  • Transport Public Vehicle
  • Accommodation Teahouse and Camping

Highlights

  • Instant and Secured Online Booking System.
  • Full Packages Trip with 3 Times Meal Plan at Best Guaranteed Price.
  • The first ascent to Mardi Himal was in 1961 and the route was its East Flank.
  • Exotic flora and fauna varieties along the trekking trail. You will see Rhododendron, magnolia, pine, and oak timberland along the trails.
  • Stunning perspective on the Himalayan scene. It incorporates Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Manaslu, and Mardi Himal.
  • Pristine social and customary encounters: the way of life, culture, custom, and friendliness of the local ethnic group, particularly Gurung.
  • This trek is profoundly viewed as an 'Eco-Tourism course' in the Annapurna district.
  • Natural diversity: Greenery, vegetation, and terraced farms along with the trek route.
  • The Mardi Himal Base Camp, High Camp, and the Forest Base Camp.
  • Twelve years’ experience team.

Mardi Himal trek 5 days is the short trek to Mardi Himal situated in the Annapurna region. The Mardi Himal trek starts from Pokhara from where we take a drive to Kande and trek to Pothana or Deurali. Then we move towards low camp, then to high camp, and finally to the base camp of Mardi. After the beautiful experience in base camp, we trek down to Siding. From Siding, we drive back to Pokhara by private vehicle (jeep, car, van, etc.) provided by the company.

Mardi Himal Trek provides a picturesque and overwhelming experience to the mountainous environment soaked view of green hills, snowcapped mountains,s and walks into the pristine forest of lovely rhododendron and oak.

In the trial, we walk through the high ridge with the constant view of Annapurna mountain ranges and Dhaulagiri at the west, Mt.Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) at east, and Manaslu mountain range in the east. Mardi Himal is located beneath Mt. Machhapuchhre which is one of the forbidden mountains and unclimbed peaks so far.

 

In Mardi Himal Trek, we move towards our final destination Mardi Himal through the path offering the vision of different mountains, forests, valleys, beautiful lakes, waterfalls, and many more.

Important tips for Mardi Himal Trek

Before you plan for Mardi Himal Trek, here are some important tips for you to make your trek easier and happier.

  • Drink a lot of water. You'll sweat more while walking. Your body will adore more water content. Furthermore, you may feel dehydrated. Along these lines, to keep up body hydration, drink water sufficiently.
  • Carry water purifiers with you. Drinking the steam water straightforwardly isn't clean. Add the purifiers in your filled-up bottle.
  • Carry the insect repellents and table salts while trekking in summer and the monsoon. They are easy to manage mosquitoes and parasites, fundamentally.
  • Trekking with a guide is an extraordinary option. They will help you all through the trek. Hiring a guide helps your security. They will assist you in arranging for sustenance and lodging.
  • Carry enough money. The Mardi Himal Trek is a recently settled trail. Along these lines, you may not find ATMs in the route. Get enough money that will last all through the trek.

The short trek route to Mardi Himal

Pokhara to Kande -to Pothana/ Deurali to Low Camp to High Camp to Mardi Base Camp to Sidding to Pokhara

Route for Mardi Himal trek

Mardi Himal trek 5 days starts with an hour of drive from Pokhara to Kande (1,770 meters). From Kande, the trekking begins. Walking from Kande, we reach Pothana/Deurali (2,031 meters) and halt for the day. It will take around 4 hours to reach Pothana/Deurali from Kande.

The next day is the further movement to Low Camp (2,970 meters) with 7 hours. Hike through the forest ways and stone-paved ways. Our next destination is the High Camp (3,580 meters) reaching where it takes about 4 hours from Low Camp.

Next is the day when we reach the ultimate destination to the base camp of Mardi Himal (4,500 meters). With early morning wake up, hike to Base Camp for 4 hours, and plunge to Siding (1,750 meters) with 6 hours of walk. This day, we walk for approximately 9 to 10 hours.

Finally, trek down for 4 hours to Lwang (1,500 meters) from Siding. From Siding, take a sharing jeep ride to Pokhara. It will take around 2 to 3 hours to reach Pokhara.

Mardi Himal Trekking started in the year 2012 and has become one of the best treks in Nepal. Hundreds of trekkers and hikers stroll around the place yearly. The number is increasing at a rapid pace. It is an easier trek with limited tea houses' accommodation and Nepali delicacies.

Threats and risk in Mardi Himal trek of 5 Days

Mardi for 5 Days is not a threat or risky for travelers who are hailing towards the Annapurna Region. But one should always be aware of the trekking activities that may cause personal injury. Sometimes, you may experience bad weather which is beyond our control. In that case, it's better to accept the risk and be responsible for all the actions. That involves in this trekking to Mardi Himal in 5 Days. The trek route passes through the dense forest. we will find hotels and lodges in different spots when the forest gets opened. That means after walking for 4 to 5 hours, we will find the hotels where we can halt.

Hotels and Tea house in Mardi Himal 5 Days Route

Hotels & tea houses in Mardi Himal Route are accommodated with necessary equipment and facilities. that fulfill the basic needs of day-to-day life. Getting a room is not a problem but you have to share a bathroom. Separate toilets are not available. Every room has two single beds with a thin mattress. For the shower, hot water is not available. But some of the tea houses will provide you with a bucket of hot water with extra charge. This facility may not be available in High Camp and base camp. You can have it if you want. The rooms facilitated with the socket as well for charging the mobile phones.

Packing list for 5 Days Mardi Himal Trek

Packing for the trekking is your choice and it also depends upon the weather condition. So packing should be done wisely and only necessary things should be carried out. Also, thin (light) but warmer clothes should be preferred. The general packing list for Mardi Himal Trek is mentioned as follows:

  • A pair of comfortable trekking shoes with a few pairs of shocks
  • Jacket, windcheater a warm fleece for cold
  • Few trekking shirts and pants
  • Trekking sandals (used while walking around the tea house)
  • Sunglasses, a hat, lotion( sunscreen), lip balm
  • Toiletries: sanitizer, tissue paper, towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, and soap
  • Thermal wears and comfortable backpack with covers
  • Good quality sleeping bag and trekking gloves
  • Water bottles

These are some of the important things to carry for the 5 Days' Mardi Base Camp Trek in the Annapurna Region of Nepal.

    Why you will love Mardi Himal 5 days trek?

    Mardi Himal Trek can be one of the magnificent treks for any trekkers. You will get a marvelous outlook of Mt. Macchapuchre, Mt. Annapurna, and Mt. Hiunchuli. Fragrant and colorful Rhododendron forests will steal your heart.

    You will get a great chance to know the socio-cultural values & lifestyles of the Magar & Gurung communities. This trek is suitable for both solo trekkers and group trekkers. You will appreciate the fascinating view of the Annapurna range.

    During the trek, the astonishing sunrise and sunset views are outstanding. If you are passionate about solo trekking then you will definitely love Mardi Himal Trek. This trek is preferable for all-grade trekkers.

    Mardi Himal Trek Facts

    • Destination: Nepal
    • Highest altitude: 4500m/14,762ft
    • Lowest altitude: 1400m (Pokhara)
    • Trip grade: Moderate
    • Group size: 1 to 12 people
    • Start point: Pokhara
    • Departure point: Pokhara
    • Meals: Breakfast in Pokhara and all meals on the trek
    • Accommodation: Tourist hotel in Pokhara and teahouse/lodge during the trek
    • Best time to trek: September, October, November, March, April, May
    • Other activities in Pokhara: Zip Flyer, Paragliding, Bungee Jumping

    Nepal trek adventure & Expedition is one of the best agencies in Nepal, engaged fully in the field of tourism and management. We provide the best offers with negotiable prices and flexible itineraries. We provide group joining facilities as well. You can make your own group and inform us, but if you do not have the group then we can involve you in another group if you demand it. You can check in to our fixed departure section for the appropriate schedule but if you do not find it in your support, you can discuss your own time schedule with us. Feel free to contact us and we will be there for your assistance. Thank you!

    Note: Mardi Himal Trek starts from Pokhara and also it is possible to start from Kathmandu. To start Mardi Himal Trek from Kathmandu you need to buy a domestic flight ticket to Pokhara. If you need a flight ticket we can book a ticket for you. Or if you are already in Pokhara, please mention your Hotel name in our email closer to the trip date. The cost of any transportation to Pokhara and back to Kathmandu is extra. 

    Extra cost: Kathmandu to Pokhara - Transportation type with time and cost

    By Domestic Flights
    There are several everyday flights from Kathmandu to Pokhara. The cost of the one-way flight is USD 120 Per Person(for foreigners). If you want to go by air in the main seasons, you need to confirm the trip and tickets as early as possible because the flights will be jam-packed and no tickets will be available.
    Book Your Flight Ticket Here

    By Daily Tourist Bus (Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu)
    The tourist bus to Pokhara or Kathmandu leaves every morning from Kathmandu and the Pokhara Tourist bus park at around 7 am and 7:30 am accordingly. It takes around 6 to 7 hours to reach Pokhara and the same for Kathmandu, which means you will reach at around 2 pm. There will be a two-time break during the drive, which is for breakfast and lunch. The cost of the buses ranges from USD 15 to 30 USD which depends upon the quality of the tourist bus you demand. The traffic jams and road conditions affect the arrival and departure.
    Book Your Bus Ticket Here

    By Private Car/Jeep
    The private car leaves from Kathmandu according to your time which means you can move as early as you want or as late as you want. The vehicle will always be on standby upon your call. The cost of these private cars is USD 130 up to USD 150, where a maximum of 4 people can be accommodated. The higher the number of groups, the larger the car or jeep will be provided (differing the costs). The private car takes 5 to 6 hours to reach inclusive of a few breaks for foods/drinks with a comfortable scenic drive. To Hire a Private vehicle, Click Here.

    Contact for Booking:
    Nepal Mobile +977 9851017030 24 Hrs Available on WhatsApp, Viber, or WeChat. 
    Contact Person - Binod Sapkota

    Important note from Nepal Trek Adventures and Expedition P. Ltd

    Nepal Trek Adventure and Expeditions’ first priority is its customer’s safety. So, register with your embassy in Kathmandu, particularly on the off chance that you intend to go trekking. Try not to trek alone. The guided trek is mostly preferable while traveling in Nepal. While trekking in the mountainous region we cannot predict weather conditions to avoid consequences occurring due to bad weather we prescribe guided trek. Changes in the weather, unexpected sickness of a group member, unanticipated natural disasters might bring changes in the designed itinerary. In such a case, the guide will help you to overcome the problem. Be prepared to be flexible if necessary. Don’t rush or run, do as the guide says. Don’t travel without travel insurance.

    Itinerary
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      You can start your trek either from Kathmandu or Pokhara.

      Option A: Trek Starting from Pokhara
      If you start your trek from Pokhara, then our office representative will meet you in your respective hotel and explain to you about the trek. And then you will continue your trek to Mardi Himal.

      Option B: Trek Starting from Kathmandu
      If you are willing to start your trek from Kathmandu, then you need to take a flight or road trip to Pokhara. This transportation cost will be added on your trip. For example, you have to pay both trek costs and transportation costs.

      From Pokhara, you need to drive around 1 hour to Kande via Pokhara Baglung highway to reach the trekking starting point. The trail climbs for around 1 ½ hrs. to the edge at 2,060 m. We will pass through green hills and reach to Kande. The real trek starts from Kande. The trail further breezes through the rhododendron woods to the mountain pass called 'Deurali'. Deurali is disregarding the Modi Khola valley wedged between Annapurna South and Mardi Himal/Mt Fishtail. We trek for about 4 hours crossing many villages to reach our goal of the day: Deurali. The spot is grand with the all-encompassing perspective on the Annapurna range and Pokhara valley. We will stop at Deurali for an overnight stay. You won't have more choices for lodging. There are just 5 lodgings in Pothana while the number decreases to 3 for Deurali. After check in to the hotel, take rest and we acclimatize in a hotel for overnight getting ready for further trekking for the next day.

      Driving time- 1 hour
      Walking time- 4 hours
      Lunch at- Pothana or Deurali
      Altitude- 2125m
      Difficulty level- Easy
      Number of lodges- 5 in Deurali and 3 in Pothana
      Main attractions for the day- green forest views, panoramic mountain views
      Mountains viewed- Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna South (7219m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Himchuli (6441m), Mardi (5587m) 

        We will appreciate a fresh morning with a decent breakfast at the lodging in Deurali. Trekking along the excellent trail enjoying the grandest perspectives, you will appreciate the trek. After walking for almost 3 hours, we will arrive at the Low Camp. You will mainly be walking from grassland with the great view of Mt Fishtail and Mardi Himal seems a lot nearer. You get yourself closer to clear blue sky with a perspective on layers of Himalayan lower regions and clearing valley towards the south. We at that point proceed with our trek to the Low camp through forest camp. If you are lucky enough, you may get a chance to have glimpses of rare animals like Himalayan Thar, Spotted Deer, Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, etc. You will also enjoy many rhododendron flowers covered with moss, fern, and lichen. The low camp has two or three tea houses in the clearing of the backwoods. After about 7 hours of trekking, we reach Low camp and rest there for a night. At the Low Camp, you will have just 5 options for the hotel. Do not stress over the service they give. The lodges are delightful and the proprietors are obliging. You will get a room in twin sharing premise.
        Note: You can trek 1 more hr. to Badal Danda (Cloud Hill) over the tree line in the assent of guide for a superior view. There is just one lodge in Badal Danda.

        Walking time- 7 hours
        Lunch at- Forest Camp
        Altitude- 3150m
        Difficulty level- Moderate
        Number of Lodges- 5
        Main attractions for the day- Green hills, Rhododendron forests, cloud hill, Panoramic Views of mountains
        Mountains viewed: Dhaulagiri (8167m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Mardi (5587m)

          Beginning at the Low Camp, we will trek directly to the High Camp today. Leaving the Badal Danda behind, we will proceed for 4-5 hours walk along the Mardi Himal edge. We trek tough towards high camp leads through the Mardi ridge providing the majestic views of Mardi Himal and Machhapuchhre. After climbing through the Rhododendron timberlands for 1.5 hours we will arrive at the Middle Camp. The tree lines begin getting slighter and the zone generally comprises of bushes with confined rhododendron bushes along the trail. If you are lucky enough, we may even see the “Daphne” (national bird of Nepal) on our approach to high camp. It would be a heartwarming experience to view all of these at once.  We rise to the high camp, which is the last goal of the day. When you arrive at the High Camp, you will have options of 4 lodges to remain. The hotels are ideal perspectives of the snow-covered peaks. The hotel is greater having 8 individual rooms excluding the lounge area. The high camp offers a perfect viewpoint of the mountains. From here the mountain perspectives are dazzling.

          Walking time- 4 hours
          Lunch at- High camp
          Altitude: 3700m
          Difficulty level- Easy
          Number of lodges- 4
          Main Attractions of the day- Majestic Views of mountains, Danphe, Sunset view
          Mountains viewed- Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna (8091m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Mardi (5587m)

            Early in the morning, after having breakfast, we hike towards the High camp in the first part of the day, we at last head towards our main destination- Mardi Base Camp. It takes around 5 hours to arrive at the Mardi Base Camp.  At the base camp, we will appreciate the impressive natural environment with exotic flora and fauna and snowy mountains. We will spend some time there exploring the gleaming Himalayas and snowy landscape. After spending some great time enjoying the beautiful scenes of Himalayas and capturing some beautiful memories, it’s now time to plunge back to Sidding. The trail demands around 4 hours of the somewhat steep and dangerous drop. The brutal trail brings you into a wonderful conventional village of Siding where the night will be spent. Overnight stay at a Trekkers Lodge or a homestay at Siding seeing the brilliant social encounters.

            Walking time- 4 hours hike, 4 hours trek
            Lunch at- High camp or Badal Danda
            Altitude- 4500m (Mardi Base Camp)
            Difficulty Level- Moderate
            Number of Lodges- 7
            Main Attractions of the day- Mardi Base Camp, exotic flora and fauna, traditional villages
            Mountains viewed- Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna (8091m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Mardi (5587m)

              This day we go back to Pokhara from Sidding by a sharing jeep. After taking a drive of about 2 to 3 hours, you reach to Pokhara and you will be dropped in your hotel. After spending some time with your guide, the journey ends.

              Extend More Hiking

              If you want to extend the trek then you can trek to beautiful village: Lwang which is around 4 hours walk from Sidding. Here you can have panoramic mountain views, with a tea garden, and tropical forest views. If you stay overnight in Lwang, next morning we will walk one hour to Khoramukh then we will drive for 2 hours to reach Pokhara then we will finish our trek in Pokhara. 

              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

              • Airport pickups upon your arrival and a drop off at the end of your trip
              • Annapurna Conversation Area Project Permits
              • TIMS (Trekker's Information Management Systems)
              • All needed ground transportation by private car/vehicles to trekking starting/ending points as per itinerary
              • Complete trekking information before starting the trek (In Kathmandu or Pokhara)
              • Nepalese cultural welfare dinner at the end of the tour/trek on your choice
              • Full Board (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) during the trek
              • All nights in local teahouses/lodges during the trekking only (Twin sharing basis)
              • An experienced English speaking, License holder trekking guide (Local guide) or Guide cum Porter
              • Trekking Porter (Strong Local Sherpa) for carrying your luggage is provided for a minimum group of 2 people (2 Guest Sharing 1 Porter)
              • Medical first aid kit box ( which is carried by your team) 
              • Foods, accommodations, and local tax for Guide/Guide cum Porter/Porter
              • Down jacket, sleeping bag and all necessary trekking gears are available on a hire

              Note: There will be an English-speaking Guide cum Porter provided to you for this trekking when your booking is applied for a single person. However, we accept your booking for the everyday departure of this trekking throughout the year. We provide trekking for solo, private group or group joining basis to ABC. Group joining is possible only during the main seasons of the year.

              What's Excluded

              • International flight tickets to Nepal & return
              • Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara & Return
              • Hotels in Pokhara (We can make a booking at extra cost)
              • Ground transportation for Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu (By Tourist Bus or Private Car/Vehicles)
              • Nepal entry visa fees - On Arrival Visa Fee (15 Days – 30 USD, 30 Days – 50 USD, 90 Days – 125 USD)
              • Any kind of drinks (tea, coffee, water, hot water, etc) and bar bills (alcoholic beverages)
              • Hot shower, WIFI, any electronic battery charges during only in trekking  
              • Tips and gratitude to your guide, porters, guide cum porter, and drivers
              • Extra night accommodation or any meals in Pokhara/Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from trekking (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
              • Your travel insurance (Travel insurance is compulsory to take an adventure trip and it must be covered both medical & emergency evacuation with the worth of USD100, 000.00 minimum.
              Departure Dates

              The Fixed Departure dates are listed for the special quoted price specified on the Small Group Joining trip. But we are flexible to receive any dates booking in Private Group Departure or Single Traveler basis for the year 2022 and 2023 on your suitable dates which can certainly be added by us in our fixed departure list.

              Quick Contact:
              Nepal Mobile +977 9851017030 24 Hrs 
              Available on WhatsApp, Viber, or WeChat. 
              Contact Person - Binod Sapkota

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              Guides and porters for Mardi himal trek 5 days

              For reaching the destination on Mardi himal Base Camp with 5 days of Trek, it is recommended to have a guide and porter with you. It will aid in moving at a certain pace and cover the distance at the optimum time. You will also not have the burden of luggage o shoulder, hence you will be able to walk freely too. Managing the food and accommodation also remains easier when you have a companion with you.

              Temperature and weather during Mardi himal trek

              Mardi himal experiences various seasons: Spring, Monsoon, autumn, and winter.

              Spring (March to May)

              Spring implies beautiful blooms of Rhododendron and different wildflowers in the lower areas. While trekking in spring, you will stroll over the beautiful slopes and woods. Breathing in the smell of blossoms along the trekking trail is a remarkable experience.

              During spring, the most noteworthy temperature may average up to 20 degrees. The daytime temperature midpoints around 17 degrees. Evenings and early mornings are cold, yet tolerable.

              Monsoon (June to September)

              While trekking in the monsoon, you will experience heavy rainfalls, for the most part in night times and evenings. Nevertheless, the rainfall is lighter in the higher heights. The visibility might be poor in consequence of rainfall and wide-ranging fogs. Likewise, the danger of bloodsuckers may upturn with the monsoon. During this trek, you will see more parasites in the forest areas. On the off chance that you are trekking in Monsoon, make sure to wear long trekking pants. Moreover, carry the parasite repellant or table salts with you.

              During the monsoon, temperature runs between 10 to 23-degrees Celsius. The temperature may fall after precipitation. In this way, the temperature in the evenings and early mornings runs between 5 to 10-degrees Celsius.

              Autumn (October to December)

              Early autumn is the completion of Monsoon. In this way, it has a cooler climate. Monsoon rain washes off the dirt in the atmosphere. Therefore, the atmosphere is exceptionally perfect and dust-free. In this way, autumn has stunning visibility and clear blue skies.

              While walking in the daylight, you will experience a temperature of around 20 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the temperatures during the evening drop to around 5 degrees.

              Winter (January to March)

              Winter implies more snow and chilling cold. Evenings are incredibly cold at higher rises. Whereas trekking in winter, it might be hard to stand the extreme cold weather and overwhelming snowfall.

              The approximated drop in temperature is by 5 degrees Celsius with each 1000 meters altitude gain. Daytime temperature midpoints around 9 to 12-degree Celsius. The temperature drops to around – 5 degrees Celsius in evenings and mornings.

              Know about the temperature and climate states of the spot before you arrive. Trek in the greatest months of the year for the best experience. You can design your Mardi himal 5 day trek at any time of the year. In any case, going in the greatest months offers you a good climate and the best visibility. The best time for Mardi himal trek is throughout the spring (March to May) and autumn (October to December) season.

              Meal during Mardi himal trek

              During our trek, you can appreciate bona fide Nepalese nourishment also the more typical international food (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, and so forth.). The essential menu for nourishment includes local food. You might not have more choices for nourishment, yet whatever you eat is healthy. The sustenance menu has dal, Bhat, tarkari, momo (dumplings) and noodles on top needs. Breakfast and meals will be given from the teahouse or from a hotel menu where we go through the night however lunch will be given while in transit to the next destination. All suppers, including breakfast, lunch, and supper, will be given during trekking while just breakfast will be accessible in Kathmandu and Pokhara. There will likewise be welcome and goodbye meals. For beverages, you can pick anything from tea, espresso, as well as some flavored beverages.

              Accommodation during Mardi himal trek

              All lodging is on a twin-shared basis. The single supplement will be served on request and will cost an extra charge. The guide will book the best accessible teahouses during the trek yet understand that the trails of Mardi himal trek are not as visited by trekkers as the Annapurna and Everest regions. In this way, the guesthouse services will be simple. Likewise, note that single rooms are promptly accessible in Kathmandu and Pokhara however it may be hard to purchase them during the trek.

              Physical fitness for Mardi himal trek

              • 5 days of Mardi himal trek doesn't require any level of physical fitness. Moreover, a great physique is key for a happy and comfortable trekking experience.
              • The Mardi himal 5-day trek is easy to modest level trek. This trek is reasonable for individuals from varying backgrounds, ages, and fitness levels and all levels of trekkers.
              • Likewise, the final push from high camp to Mardi base camp can be somewhat challenging. The segment includes trekking over the rough segment.
              • The whole 5 days Mardi himal trek covers 49 km. You will walk 6/7 hours per day.
              • To make it simpler, you can go on climbs or short treks before setting off to the Mardi himal trek. Or, you can go on long walks or week-long treks or climbs to your nearby hills.
              • Doing cardio activities like running, jogging, cycling is an advantage. Also, you
              • Altitude and mountain sickness are not issues on the Mardi himal trek 5 days. You won't be at a high height for long.
              • We likewise recommend you to counsel your physician before you go for the trek.

              Safety for Mardi himal trek

              Your safety is our major concern. So, the first aid kit boxes are supplied along the trek. The guides will take care of you if there occur minor problems. But in case of harsh situations, emergency evacuation, and rescue, choppers with an experienced team will be there for you.

              Permits for Mardi himal trek

              • Before you go for the 5 days Mardi himal Trek, it is important to gather two fundamental permits:
              • Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit (ACAP): USD 20
              • You will go into the lovely Annapurna territories. The cost you pay for ACAP helps to the protection of the Annapurna area.
              • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS): USD 10
              • This license is obligatory for the foreign trekkers who wish to trek to the Mardi himal. You can assemble your TIMS grant while in Kathmandu.
              • There are different checkpoints along the trekking trail where you need to show your licenses. This license is fundamentally for your safekeeping.
              • Travel Insurance
              • Stitch in time saves nine

              Travel Insurance is compulsory for all customers hoping to travel in Nepal with the Nepal Trek Adventures Team. It is in every case best to get ready for any unanticipated dangers that may happen while travelling. Travel Insurance must cover both the medical and emergency evacuation cost. Numerous insurance agencies offer travel protection benefits over the web. You can browse a wide assortment of insurance agencies according to your benefit. Particularly with regards to trekking in Nepal, there is consistently a thin possibility of minor medical problems, wounds and above all – height affliction.

              Best time to visit Mardi himal

              The climate along the himalayas is not consistent and stable for quite a while. Weather of Mardi Himal is correspondingly unstable. However, autumn and spring, don't demonstrate many variations. The time from Mid-September to Early December is the best time to go trekking in any place of Nepal. Almost certainly! This remains constant for Mardi Himal Trek also. Climbers and trekkers, subsequently, favor these seasons to trek in the Mardi himal. In the event that you trek from February to April, you are picking the second-best season for the Mardi Himal Trek. December and January are winters. The temperature is cold and difficult to alter in. Amid this time, you will see valleys sprouting in brilliant blooms.  June to Mid-September is the ideal opportunity for overwhelming rainfalls.

              Notes for Mardi himal trek

              • Consult your doctor about altitude sickness, and its tonics before going on Mardi himal Trek.
              • Windproof jacket, a pair of comfy shoes, Water containers, Map, and Sunglasses are fundamental things to pack.

               

              Frequently Asked Questions
              • Q1. What kinds of food do we get during Mardi himal Trekking?

                Delicious typical Dal, Bhat, Tarkari, and some international cuisines like Tibetan, Chinese, Indian, etc. are available during Mardi himal Trekking. In beverages, you can get tea, coffee, flavored drinks, beer, vodka, etc.

              • Mardi himal is raised up in an altitude of 5,587 meters. We will trek up to base camp of Mardi himal and its altitude is 4,500meters. But, we are staying at High Camp and High Camp is elevated at 3,900 meters from sea level.

              • No, there is no age limit for Mardi himal trek. Individuals of any age group, any background, and any trekking level can do this 5 days Mardi himal trek. But be careful about your physical fitness and acclimatization.

              • Mardi himal trek offers an amazing perspective on Annapurna massifs, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre (Fishtail Mountain), Manaslu ranges and Mardi himal itself. Other major attractions during trek remain the forest camp, high Camp, Mardi himal view point, Badal danda (Cloud Hill), traditional village - sidding, forest of rhododendron magnolia, and oak, suspension bridge, wooden bridge, terrace field, cascades, and river.

              • Nepal is the second richest country in water resources. You can find streams, ponds, and taps all over the place throughout the trek. But, drinking water directly from natural sources might not be safe. It would be better for you to carry water purifier tablets. You can pour water in a bottle with a tablet and after some time drink it. In this way, you can enjoy water directly coming from natural sources. Mineral water and bottled water are also available on trail-side hotels and tea houses.

              • Mardi himal trek is an easy to moderate level trek. So, it won’t be difficult for those who are trekking for the first time. We have to cross a nasty trail for this trek, so it would be better to do some short trek or walk a nearby rocky way. Cardio practice like running, jogging, swimming are plus points for this trek.

              • There is access to landline phones with ISD services or you can get a network in some places. You can directly contact me from your own phone, whenever there is network access. Also, some hotels have Wi-Fi service. You need to pay an extra charge for using the internet service.

              • If you want to explore Mardi himal but are not able to walk then we also operate the Mardi himal helicopter tour. You can choose either a private helicopter tour or a group-joining tour depending upon your group size and comfort level.

              • Don’t panic, just don’t hesitate to inform guide about your problem. Our guide will take action according to the level of your sickness. If there are minor problems, then the guide will look after you and take you to the near hospital.

              • The permits required for Mardi himal 5 days trek are TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) worth USD 20 and ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit) worth USD 20. These permits are made available from Tourism Board Offices in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

              • The highest point we reach during Mardi himal trek is 4,500 meters, which is the height of the base camp itself. Per-day walking distance is shorter as well. The height won't be problematic as we stand there for some time only. But the steep ascent and descent, narrow and edged path, remains difficult to cover. This is leveled as a moderate level of trekking in Nepal, despite steeps. 

              • Yes, of course. You can do a solo trek to Mardi himal. But with a guided trek, there will be no problem in finding rooms, track, and direction.

              • The fourth day of the trek is the hardest day at Mardi himal trek. This day, we trek from high camp (3,580 meters) to Base Camp of Mardi (4,500 meters). Then trek down direct to Siding (1,750 meters). This day we have about 9 to 10 hours of walking; 4 hours of ascent (from high camp to base camp) and 5 to 6 hours of descent (from Base Camp to Sidding). Steep uphill and downhill trails with edges make the day the hardest of all.

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                Marc BaertBelgium,April 29, 2022

                Mardi Himal 5 days trek

                Mardi Himal 5 days trek was an amazing trek. In a short time, we explore many places and get a chance to blend in with nature. Everything was perfectly organized and the views of mountains, green forests, rivers, etc were wonderful. Thanks, NTA for this amazing short trek.

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                Szymon KowalskiPoland,April 22, 2022

                The 5 days short trek to Mardi Himal

                The 5 days short trek to Mardi Himal was the perfect trek for us. We didn’t have much time in Nepal but were keen to explore nature so we did this trek. This trek was the best experience of our life. The view of mountains, green forests, hills, settlements, etc was beautiful. Thanks, NTA for everything.

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              Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition is one of the best local travel companies based in Kathmandu with leading adventures.

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                We run small and manageable group departure during the main season of the year. You can also make your trip private and maintain your own itinerary.

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                Our locally based team encompasses highly qualified and experienced and friendly and obliging team leaders, who will assist you in making your journey in our country more ravishing.

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