Teri La Pass TrekTeri La Pass Trek

Teri La Pass Trek

  • Duration24 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Difficulty Level Strenuous
  • Max Altitude 5445
  • Group Size 2+
  • Starts Kathmandu
  • Ends Kathmandu
  • Activity Trekking
  • Best Season Mar- Jun and Sep- Dec

Teri La Pass Trek is an exciting and challenging trekking trail that connects the districts of Mustang and Manang in Nepal. It offers a unique route from Upper Mustang to Nar Phu Valley, allowing trekkers to explore remote and less-frequented areas of the region.

Historically, the pass was used by salt traders to facilitate trade between the people of the Lo Kingdom in Upper Mustang and Nar Phu Valley. The trekking trail follows the footsteps of these ancient traders, providing a sense of history and cultural significance.

It's important to note that the Teri La Pass Trek is located in a restricted area of Nepal, which means that a special permit from the Immigration Department is required for both Nar Phu and Upper Mustang. However, reputable trekking agencies like Nepal Nomad Trekking can take care of obtaining these permits and organize your trip with the most up-to-date information on all routes to the Teri La Pass Trek.

The trek itself is known for its challenging nature, and it's recommended to embark on a week-long camping trek to fully experience the adventure it offers. Throughout the journey, you'll have the opportunity to cross high passes, venture through remote villages, and explore the diverse landscapes of Lower Mustang, Upper Mustang, High Passes, isolated moraines, and the hidden valley of Nar Phu.

One of the major highlights of the Teri La Pass Trek is the breathtaking views it provides. Trekkers are treated to stunning panoramas of the Dhaulagiri range, Annapurna range, Damodar Himal, Tilicho, Gangapurna, and the neighboring peaks. These majestic vistas create unforgettable memories and make the trek even more rewarding.

Overall, the Teri La Pass Trek is an adventure that combines challenging terrain, remote landscapes, and magnificent views. It's a trekking experience that caters to the enthusiasm of trekking enthusiasts seeking unique and less-explored routes. Reputable trekking agencies like Nepal Nomad Trekking ensure a well-organized and memorable experience, allowing you to make the most of this newly discovered trekking trail.

Teri La Pass Trek is a recently discovered trail linking Upper Mustang and Nar Phu Valley, connecting the districts of Mustang and Manang.

  • Embarking on a journey through Kathmandu and the Mustang region of Nepal promises an immersive experience steeped in rich culture, natural beauty, and adventure. Starting in Kathmandu, a city renowned for its ancient heritage, you'll explore three UNESCO World Heritage Sites that showcase the vibrant history and spirituality of Nepal.
  • Your first stop is Pashupatinath, a sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Situated on the banks of the Bagmati River, this temple complex is a significant pilgrimage site and a hub of religious activity. Witness the mesmerizing rituals, ceremonies, and cremations that take place along the river, offering a unique glimpse into the customs and beliefs of the Nepali people.
  • Next, visit Swayambhunath, also known as the "Monkey Temple." Perched on a hilltop, this Buddhist stupa offers panoramic views of the Kathmandu Valley. As you ascend the stairs, be greeted by mischievous monkeys and immerse yourself in the peaceful ambiance. Admire the intricate architecture, colorful prayer flags, and the all-seeing eyes of Buddha that symbolize enlightenment.
  • Kathmandu Durbar Square awaits your exploration next. This ancient square showcases a blend of architectural styles, including pagoda-style temples, palaces, and courtyards. Marvel at the intricately carved wooden structures, stone sculptures, and the famous Kumari Ghar, the residence of the living goddess Kumari. This square encapsulates the cultural and historical significance of the Kathmandu Valley.
  • Leaving Kathmandu behind, you'll embark on a scenic drive along winding hilly roads. The journey offers breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains, lush jade hills, terraced farmlands, and charming hillside villages. Nepal's geographical diversity unravels before your eyes, from verdant forests to barren yet beautiful hills.
  • Arriving in Pokhara, you'll board a thrilling flight to Jomsom, a gateway to the Mustang region. The flight showcases the awe-inspiring beauty of the Nilgiri, Annapurna, and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. Prepare to be mesmerized as you soar above these majestic peaks, with their snow-clad summits and rugged grandeur.
  • As your adventure continues, you'll embark on a challenging high-altitude trek, navigating rugged terrains with steep ascents and descents. Traverse the formidable Teri La Pass, reaching a staggering altitude of 5,577 meters (18,297 feet). The physical exertion is rewarded with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, including Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Tukuche, Tilicho Peak, Thorong Peak, Mustang Himal, Saribung, and Manshail.
  • Throughout the trek, you'll witness the distinctive beauty of the Upper Mustang region. The arid desert-like terrain, reminiscent of the Tibetan plateaus, showcases the region's unique topography. Marvel at the red rock walls, vibrant canyons, and extraordinary structures formed by erosion, creating a surreal landscape. Explore the caves and high cliff settlements, offering a glimpse into the ancestral way of life in this remote region.
  • Immerse yourself in the local culture and spirituality by visiting monasteries, gompas, and Lakhangs. These sacred sites provide insight into the ancient Buddhist traditions and the profound spirituality that permeates the Mustang region. A visit to the sky caves, and ancient dwellings carved into the cliffs, offers a truly transformative experience, transporting you to a bygone era.
  • The trek takes you to the restricted area of Lo Manthang, a place where Tibetan Buddhism is well-preserved. Here, you'll witness the influence of Bon culture, which predates Tibetan Buddhism. The ancient traditions, rituals, and customs observed in Lo Manth

Overview of Teri La Pass Trek

The Mustang Teri La Pass and Nar Phu Valley Trek take you through a dry and arid desert-like landscape that resembles the Tibetan plateaus. This region, near the Nepal-Tibet border, offers stunning views of towering mountains and hills with sparse vegetation, creating a unique and breathtaking environment.
In addition to the natural beauty, this trek is culturally enriching. You will have the opportunity to explore the forbidden kingdom of Lo Mantang, which has a long history of isolation and boasts a distinct culture and traditions. The visit to this ancient kingdom will provide insight into a way of life that has remained relatively untouched by modernization. Similarly, the less-frequented Nar Phu Valley offers a glimpse into a remote and authentic Himalayan region, where you will encounter ancient caves, centuries-old monasteries, medieval villages, and awe-inspiring mountain landscapes.
The 26-day adventure begins with your arrival in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. After exploring Kathmandu and visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square, you will take a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara. From Pokhara, another domestic flight will take you to Jomsom, where your trek commences. The trail will lead you through lush green forests, alongside waterfalls and streams, and across suspension bridges.
As you progress, you will pass through quaint villages like Kagbeni, Chaile, Geling, and Chharang before reaching the walled city of Lo Mantang. This region has preserved its unique Tibetan culture and traditions over the centuries. Along the way, you will encounter Chortens, stupas, prayer wheels, and mani walls, which are important elements of Tibetan Buddhism.
Continuing your trek, you will venture to Teri La Base Camp via villages like Yara, Tangya, and Yak Kharka Samena Khola. Acclimatization will be crucial, and you will spend a day at Samena Khola for that purpose. From there, you will proceed to Teri La Base Camp and High Camp Teri La. The following day, you will cross the high pass, Teri La Pass, which is the highest point of the trek. Further along the trail, you will reach Nar Gaon and Phu Gaon, where the daily lives of locals have retained their traditional essence.
Throughout the trek, you will encounter monasteries and Lhakhangs (temples) that offer insights into the local culture and traditions rooted in Tibetan Buddhism. The journey concludes with a trek from Meta to Dharapani via Koto, followed by a drive back to Kathmandu via Besisahar. On the last day, you will board an international flight, bidding farewell to Nepal while carrying unforgettable memories of this remarkable adventure.

Trek Route to Teri La Pass

The Teri La Pass Trek can be done in a clockwise direction, starting from Chuksang village in Mustang district and ending in Besisahar village in Lamjung district, which is the starting point for the Annapurna Circuit trek.
After your arrival in Nepal, we will take care of obtaining your trekking permits and then take you on a sightseeing tour of the city. The next day, we will drive to Pokhara and catch a flight to Jomsom, which serves as the starting point of the trek.
From Chhusang, the trek takes you through Giling, Ghami, and Gar Gompa as you make your way to the enchanting village of Lo-Manthang. You will have a day to explore and acclimatize in Lo-Manthang, which is rich in Tibetan culture and features ancient monasteries and traditional architecture.
Continuing the trek, you will head towards the eastern part of Upper Mustang, visiting Yara and Tangye villages. These remote settlements offer a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle and stunning landscapes of the region.
After spending a day in Tangye, the camping trek officially begins. Over the course of a week, you will traverse challenging terrain, cross high passes, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the trail as you make your way to Nar, a village located in the Manang region.
From Nar, you will continue the trek to Koto and then drive back to Kathmandu after exploring the scenic Nar Phu Valley. Throughout the journey, you will encounter Tibetan culture, and Buddhist memorials such as Chortens, monasteries, Mane walls, and shrines, adding to the cultural richness of the trek.
Overall, the Teri La Pass Trek offers a unique and adventurous experience, showcasing the natural and cultural wonders of the Mustang and Manang regions.

Best Season of Teri La Pass trek.

The best season for the Teri La Pass Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These seasons offer the most favorable weather and conditions for trekking in the region.
During spring, the weather starts to warm up, and the snow begins to melt, allowing for clearer trails and better visibility of the surrounding mountain vistas. The temperatures during the day are usually mild and pleasant, making it comfortable for trekking. Spring is also the time when the rhododendron flowers bloom, adding vibrant colors to the landscapes.
Autumn is another excellent season for the Teri La Pass Trek. The weather is stable and dry, with clear skies and excellent visibility. The temperatures are mild during the day, and the evenings can be cooler. The autumn months also offer stunning views of the mountains, as the skies are generally clear, providing trekkers with panoramic vistas.
Both spring and autumn are popular seasons for trekking in Nepal, including the Teri La Pass Trek. The trails are generally more crowded during these seasons compared to other times of the year, but the weather and conditions are at their best.
It's important to note that the Teri La Pass Trek is located in a rain shadow area, which means it receives less rainfall compared to other parts of Nepal. However, even during the best seasons, weather conditions can change rapidly in the mountains, so it's essential to be prepared and stay informed about the weather forecasts before embarking on the trek.

Teri La Pass Trek Difficulty

The Teri La Pass Trek is indeed rated as a difficult to challenging trek, making it suitable for those seeking an adventure in the wilderness of the Himalayas. It is important to note that the trek involves reaching high altitudes, with the Teri La Pass itself being located at an elevation of 5,577 meters or 18,297 feet. Additionally, trekkers will need to cross several mountain passes over 5,000 meters, including Nyi La Pass, Lo La Pass, Dhi La Pass, and Teri La Pass.
The trail is rugged and remote, requiring trekkers to be physically fit and prepared for the demands of high-altitude trekking. Previous experience with high-altitude trekking is beneficial, as the challenging terrain and high altitudes can be physically demanding. It is recommended that trekkers have a good level of physical fitness and stamina to tackle the daily trekking hours.
On average, trekkers can expect to trek for around 5 to 6 hours a day, with a minimum of 3 hours and a maximum of 7 hours of trekking in a day. This indicates the endurance required for the Teri La Pass Trek.
Overall, the Teri La Pass Trek is a rugged and physically demanding trek that rewards experienced trekkers with the opportunity to explore the remote and stunning wilderness of the Himalayas.

Why Us

Nepal Nomad is a reputable travel company with 25 years of experience. We offer exceptional travel services, and customizable itineraries, and prioritize the safety and satisfaction of our clients. Our professional trekking team is experienced, certified, and trained in first-aid and evacuation procedures. Positive feedbacks from satisfied travelers contribute to our strong reputation in the industry.


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During your stay in Kathmandu, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking view of the snowcapped Himalayas as they peek through the clouds. The sight of these majestic mountains, along with the verdant hills and the picturesque valley, will leave you in awe. As you arrive at the airport, our representative will be there to receive you and assist you with your transfer to the hotel.

After checking into your hotel, it's a good idea to take some rest and freshen up before you start exploring. Kathmandu is a vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage, and Thamel is one of its most popular areas for tourists. In the evening, you can venture into the bustling streets of Thamel, where you'll find a wide variety of restaurants offering different cuisines, cozy cafes, and lively pubs. It's a great place to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere, taste delicious food, and interact with fellow travelers.

As part of our warm welcome, we will host a dinner where you can enjoy traditional Nepali cuisine and get acquainted with the flavors of the region. During the dinner, we will also introduce you to your trek guide, who will be accompanying you on your journey. They will provide you with valuable information, answer any questions you may have, and ensure that you are well-prepared for the upcoming trek.

So, take your time to relax and adjust to the new environment, and get ready to embark on an incredible adventure in the Himalayas.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Welcome Dinner

On the second day of your itinerary, we organize a day trip to explore the renowned world heritage sites of Kathmandu. To begin the day, you will visit the magnificent Boudhanath Stupa, a truly awe-inspiring structure known for its remarkable architecture. This stupa is revered as the largest shrine in the world and holds great significance for Tibetan Buddhists. As you walk around the stupa, you will be captivated by the serene ambiance and the spiritual energy that fills the air.

Continuing the day's itinerary, you will visit Pashupatinath, a sacred temple complex located on the banks of the revered Bagmati River. Pashupatinath is one of the most important Hindu temples and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple complex is a focal point of religious activities and rituals, and you will have the opportunity to witness the devotion and spirituality of Hindu worshippers. Additionally, the cremation site within Pashupatinath is open to all Nepali citizens, regardless of their social class or background, and it offers a glimpse into the unique cultural practices of Nepal.

After the morning's exploration, you will have the afternoon free to relax and enjoy some leisure time. You can choose to unwind in the tranquil ambiance of your hotel's garden or take a stroll through the vibrant streets of Thamel. Thamel is famous for its bustling markets and shops, offering a wide array of goods such as handicrafts, clothing, and souvenirs. It's an excellent opportunity for some last-minute shopping or to simply soak in the lively atmosphere of the city.

During this free time, detailed information about the departure for your trek will be provided. Our team will ensure that you are well informed and prepared for the upcoming adventure. You can also use this time to get any necessary trekking gear or supplies if needed.

Overall, this day trip allows you to delve into the rich cultural heritage of Kathmandu and experience the spiritual essence that permeates the city. It's a perfect way to immerse yourself in the beauty and traditions of Nepal before embarking on your trekking journey.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:Accommodation with breakfast with tea / coffee

After a delightful breakfast, it will be time to say goodbye to Kathmandu as you embark on a scenic flight to Pokhara. The journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara is a visual treat, offering awe-inspiring views of snow-capped mountains, lush hills, terraced farmlands, and picturesque hilltop villages.

Upon arrival in Pokhara, you will be greeted by its natural beauty and serene lakeside setting, making it a popular tourist destination. This city, nestled in the lap of the Annapurna mountain range, provides breathtaking views and a tranquil atmosphere. Prepare yourself for a relaxing and rejuvenating stay in this captivating city.

So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic drive as you travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara, immersing yourself in the beauty of the landscapes and the anticipation for the adventures that await you in this enchanting part of Nepal. Once you arrive in Pokhara, you can embark on various sightseeing activities, including boating on Phewa Lake, visiting Davi's Fall and Guptshor Cave, and exploring the bustling lakeside tourist market for some shopping. In the evening, savor a delicious meal, sampling the culinary delights of the town.

Make sure to make the most of your time in Pokhara, taking in the sights, enjoying the tranquility, and indulging in the local experiences that make this city so special.

  • Max. Altitude:800m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Start your day by waking up early to catch a morning flight from Pokhara to Jomsom. This scenic flight will take you above the majestic Kali Gandaki Gorge, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape, including the stunning Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.

Upon arrival in Jomsom, you will begin your trek toward Kagbeni, which serves as the gateway to Upper Mustang. The trek from the windy town of Jomsom to Kagbeni is relatively easy, allowing you to enjoy the mesmerizing vistas of mountains such as Tukuche, Nilgiri, and Dhaulagiri along the way.

As you make your way towards Kagbeni, take in the picturesque views of the mountains, soak in the tranquility of the surroundings, and appreciate the natural beauty of the region. Kagbeni itself is a Tibetan village situated on a clifftop, adding to its unique charm and cultural significance.

Prepare yourself for an adventurous trek, immersing yourself in the rugged landscapes, cultural encounters, and the mystical allure of the Mustang region. Explore the ancient monasteries, interact with the local inhabitants, and embrace the rich heritage and history that permeates this enchanting part of Nepal.

Remember to take it easy, stay hydrated, and relish every moment of your trek from Jomsom to Kagbeni, as you create unforgettable memories amidst the awe-inspiring mountains and captivating landscapes of Upper Mustang.

  • Max. Altitude:2,804m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:4 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Today, you will embark on a remarkable journey as you enter the restricted area of the Upper Mustang. Following the trail on the eastern bank of the Kali Gandaki River, you'll traverse through a captivating landscape that unfolds before you.

As you make your way forward, you'll encounter several ridges on the northern side that require ascending. These challenging but rewarding climbs will lead you to Tangbe, a charming Gurung village. Take your time to explore Tangbe, immerse yourself in the local culture, and admire the traditional architecture and way of life.

Continuing your trek, you'll pass through the village of Chhusang, where you'll cross the mighty Kali Gandaki River. From there, prepare for a steep trail that lies ahead, taking you toward the village of Chaile. This part of the journey offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes, allowing you to appreciate the rugged beauty of the region.

As you ascend the trail to Chaile, take moments to catch your breath, soak in the mesmerizing vistas, and embrace the sense of accomplishment that comes with each step forward. The trek through Upper Mustang is as much about the physical challenge as it is about the spiritual and cultural experiences that unfold along the way.

Be open to encounters with locals, engage in conversations, and learn about the unique traditions and customs that define life in this remote and mystical region of Nepal. As you progress further into Upper Mustang, you'll discover more hidden gems and wonders that will leave a lasting impression on your heart and soul.

Continue your trek with enthusiasm, taking in the breathtaking surroundings, and relishing every moment of this extraordinary adventure through Upper Mustang.

  • Max. Altitude:3,150m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:6 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Embark on a trail that winds along steep terrain, leading you to a pile of stones that mark the way. As you continue your trek, you will cross a stream and descend before reaching the sacred Rangchung Cave Monastery. This monastery holds great significance in the Mustang region and is considered a holy place.

The Rangchung Cave Monastery is a sight to behold, adorned with vibrant prayer flags fluttering in the wind. The sound of a rushing stream accompanies your ascent up the stone steps toward the cave. Inside, you will discover intricately carved mani inscriptions on the walls and beautiful thankas, traditional Buddhist paintings, adorning the monastery.

After your visit to the monastery, resume your trek with a gradual ascent from Syangboche. Take in the mesmerizing views of the surrounding landscapes as you make your way uphill. As the path begins to descend, you will eventually arrive at the picturesque village of Geling.

Geling is characterized by its welcoming atmosphere and cultural richness. Upon reaching the village, you will be greeted by a large chorten, a Buddhist shrine, and two gompas, monastic complexes. Take the time to explore the village, interact with the friendly locals, and immerse yourself in the peaceful ambiance that permeates the area.

Capture the essence of Geling's charm, appreciate the architectural beauty of the chorten and gompas, and revel in the serenity that the village exudes. The journey through Upper Mustang continues to unveil its wonders, inviting you to delve deeper into its cultural heritage and awe-inspiring landscapes.

Continue your hike with enthusiasm, allowing yourself to be captivated by the mystical allure of the region as you forge unforgettable memories along the way.

  • Max. Altitude:3,570m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

From Geling, the trail to Chharang takes you on a steep uphill climb, passing through farmlands along the way. As you trek, you'll have the opportunity to encounter Gurung and Tamang villages, immersing yourself in the local culture and traditions.

Continuing your ascent, you'll reach the top of the valley, where the majestic Nyi La Pass awaits you. Located at an elevation of 3,950 meters (12,959 feet), Nyi La Pass is the second-highest point of the Lo Manthang trek. From this vantage point, you'll be treated to awe-inspiring views of the surrounding mountain vistas, offering a glimpse into the breathtaking beauty of the region.

After soaking in the panoramic views, the trail descends, leading you down toward Chharang. As you make your way downhill, you'll gradually approach the village. Chharang is a beautiful settlement situated in the Chharang Chu Canyon, showcasing its unique charm against the backdrop of the rugged landscape. On the eastern side of the village, you'll notice a large fort, a relic from medieval times, adding to the historical significance of the area.

Take the time to explore Chharang, appreciate the traditional architecture, and engage with the locals, who will warmly welcome you. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the village, revel in the serenity of the surroundings, and cherish the cultural encounters that make this part of the journey so special.

Allow yourself to be captivated by the enchanting landscapes, the rich history, and the warm hospitality as you continue your trek through Upper Mustang. Every step brings you closer to the heart of this extraordinary region, leaving you with cherished memories and a deeper appreciation for its beauty and heritage.

  • Max. Altitude:3,620m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

As you commence your trek for the day, you'll begin by ascending, passing through a series of picturesque villages, and encountering impressive chortens along the way. These chortens, situated at the border of Chharang and Lo Manthang, add a touch of spirituality and cultural significance to the journey.

Continuing your trek, you'll soon catch sight of the awe-inspiring forbidden kingdom of Lo Manthang. You'll approach the kingdom from the northern side, circling its protective walls before finally entering the village itself. This unique approach allows you to appreciate the grandeur and history of Lo Manthang from various angles.

While circling the walls, take the opportunity to savor the breathtaking views that surround you. Marvel at the towering peaks of Nilgiri, Tilicho, Annapurna I, and other magnificent mountains that grace the skyline. The sight of these majestic giants against the backdrop of the ancient kingdom is truly awe-inspiring.

As you step inside Lo Manthang, allow yourself to be enchanted by its rich cultural heritage, intricate architecture, and warm hospitality. Explore the narrow alleyways, visit monasteries and palaces, and engage with the locals to learn about their way of life and the traditions that have been preserved for centuries.

Lo Manthang is a place of both historical significance and natural beauty. Soak in the atmosphere, revel in the views, and appreciate the privilege of being able to experience this extraordinary destination firsthand. The journey through Upper Mustang has led you to this remarkable kingdom, and it's time to embrace all that Lo Manthang has to offer.

  • Max. Altitude:3,840m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:5 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Today, you have the opportunity to explore the walled capital of the kingdom of Lo, Lo Manthang. Established in the 1380s by Ame Pai, Lo Manthang boasts several remarkable attractions that offer insights into the region's rich cultural heritage.

The main highlights of Lo Manthang are its high whitewashed mud and brick walls, monasteries or gompas, and the King's Palace. The King's Palace, built in the 1400s, is the oldest structure in Lo Manthang and serves as the residence of the king and queen. Although the king's role is primarily ceremonial, locals often seek his counsel on various matters.

Exploring the different gompas or monasteries in Lo Manthang will provide you with a deep understanding of the unique culture and traditions of the region. Lo Manthang is one of the few places where you can witness the coexistence of Bon culture, which predates Buddhism, and Tibetan Buddhism. A visit to the Thukchen Monastery is a must, as it features 108 wall-painted mandalas, a sight that is truly one-of-a-kind in the world. Additionally, the monastery plays a significant role in the annual Tiji festival, a major Himalayan festival celebrated in Lo Manthang.

Make sure to visit the Thubchen Gompa, a classical Tibetan-style monastery dating back to the 15th century. This gompa showcases a large red assembly hall and is adorned with beautiful mural paintings. Another noteworthy stop is the Namgyal Gompa, a hilltop monastery that holds social, religious, and legal importance in the region. It also functions as a local courthouse.

Don't miss the chance to explore the Tsechen Shedrubling Monastic School, where young monks from the area receive their training. It is also part of the Monastic Museum, offering valuable insights into the monastic life and heritage.

As you continue your exploration, visit the Choprang Gompa and the New Gompa, providing further glimpses into the local culture and traditions. Finally, hike to the renowned Champa Lakhang, which houses a large Buddha statue and showcases captivating wall-painted mandalas.

Immerse yourself in the spiritual and cultural treasures of Lo Manthang, engage with the locals, and witness the vibrant traditions that have been preserved for centuries. This day of exploration will leave you with a profound appreciation for the heritage and uniqueness of this remarkable kingdom.

  • Max. Altitude:3,840m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

The trek begins in a glacial valley, offering a captivating reddish-brown scenery of Lo Manthang. As you embark on your journey, you will steadily ascend, gradually making your way up two small passes known as Lo La and Dhi La. These passes provide breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

After traversing the passes, you will continue your trek toward Dhi village. As you descend further along the trail, you will come across the Puyung Khola, a river that you will cross. The path then leads you to walk alongside the river, providing a pleasant and serene experience.

If you choose to embark on this trek during the dry season, you will have the opportunity to witness a remarkable sight from the top of the Yara hills. Here, you can take in the mesmerizing view of a natural sandy castle, a unique formation that adds to the allure of the region.

Overall, this trek offers a blend of stunning natural beauty, challenging climbs, and cultural encounters as you explore the picturesque landscapes and remote villages of the region.

  • Max. Altitude:3,900m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:6 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Embark on a captivating journey as you trek along a winding trail that leads you to the charming small town of Tangbe. The path ahead presents a mix of ascending and descending terrain, guiding you through the enchanting landscapes of the region. As you ascend, the trail gradually takes you to Dhechaeng Khola, where you will cross a river.

After crossing the river, the trail begins to climb again, revealing breathtaking vistas along the way. As you walk past expansive grasslands, the natural beauty of the surroundings unfolds before you. Amidst the tranquility, you may stumble upon Shaligram, a remarkable black-colored stone embedded with ancient fossils. These fossils, known as Ammonoids, serve as a testament to the rich geological history of the area. Discovering these fascinating relics adds a touch of intrigue to your journey.

Continuing onward from the river bank, you will eventually reach the town of Dhi. This quaint settlement offers a glimpse into the local culture and lifestyle of the region. As you traverse the trail beyond Dhi, you'll encounter centuries-old sandy precipices that stand as silent witnesses to the passage of time. Their weathered appearance adds a sense of mystery and wonder to the landscape.

With each step, you draw closer to your destination—Tangbe. The final leg of your trek is accompanied by captivating views of the majestic Himalayas. The towering peaks, cloaked in a veil of mist, command your attention and leave you awestruck by their grandeur. The sight of these mighty mountains serves as a constant reminder of nature's awe-inspiring power and beauty.

As you make your way through the meandering trail, absorbing the sights and sounds of the journey, you can't help but feel a deep sense of connection with the natural world. The small town of Tangbe awaits, ready to embrace you with its unique charm and warm hospitality.

  • Max. Altitude:3,240m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Today's trek takes you from Tangbe to Yak Kharka, guiding you through a diverse landscape filled with unique features. As you set out from Tangbe, you'll traverse barren land that presents a stark contrast to the lush greenery you may have encountered before. The rugged and desolate terrain adds a sense of adventure to your journey.

Continuing along the trail, you'll soon find yourself in the midst of meadows where domesticated yaks peacefully graze. These gentle giants, with their shaggy coats and majestic presence, are an iconic symbol of the region. The meadows provide a nourishing grazing area for the yaks, allowing them to thrive amidst the rugged surroundings. Observing these magnificent animals in their natural habitat offers a glimpse into the harmonious coexistence between humans and nature.

Arriving at Yak Kharka, the name itself holds a clue to its purpose. "Kharka" translates to a grazing area, specifically designated for yaks. This serene location serves as a temporary home for yak herders as they tend to their animals and ensure their well-being. Along the way, you may come across temporary huts constructed by these herders, providing them with shelter during their time in the area. These humble structures are a testament to the nomadic lifestyle intertwined with the natural rhythms of the land.

As you journey through the barren land and immerse yourself in the beauty of the meadows, the trek to Yak Kharka offers a unique opportunity to witness the symbiotic relationship between the local community, the yaks, and the land itself. It's a testament to the adaptability of life in challenging environments and a reminder of the resilience and resourcefulness of those who call this region home.

  • Max. Altitude:4,100m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:6 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Embark on a trek from Yak Kharka to Samena Khola, where you'll enjoy a day of relatively easier walking on flat terrain. The trail presents a welcome respite from the more challenging sections of your journey, allowing you to immerse yourself in the surroundings without the demands of steep ascents or descents.

As you make your way along the trail, you'll notice the presence of old farmlands that tell stories of the region's agricultural heritage. These abandoned fields, once vibrant with human activity, now stand as remnants of a bygone era. They serve as a reminder of the communities that once thrived in these remote landscapes, their livelihoods intertwined with the land they cultivated.

Drawing closer to your destination, the sound of the choppy river of Samena Khola fills the air, echoing through the arid terrain. The river's lively flow contrasts with the dryness of the surrounding landscape, creating a captivating auditory experience. The rhythmic sound of the rushing water against the backdrop of the arid terrain adds a unique charm to the trek, immersing you in the natural symphony of the region.

As you approach Samena Khola, anticipation builds, knowing that the river's presence signifies your imminent arrival. The arid surroundings give way to the vibrant energy of the water, rejuvenating both the land and those who traverse it. The convergence of the river and the terrain creates a dynamic juxtaposition, offering a visual and sensory delight.

The trek from Yak Kharka to Samena Khola offers a day of relative ease and tranquility, allowing you to soak in the natural beauty of the surroundings. The combination of flat terrain, old farmlands, and the resounding presence of the river makes this leg of the journey a unique and memorable experience. As you continue your trek, take a moment to appreciate the harmony between the land and the flowing waters, a testament to the resilience and adaptability of nature.

  • Max. Altitude:4,220m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:5 Hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Today, you will begin your journey from Samena Khola and make your way toward Teri La Base Camp. The trek starts with an uphill climb, gradually leading you through a trail that winds its way alongside Yak Khola. As you ascend, you will notice the vegetation becoming sparser, with a more rugged and remote landscape unfolding before you.

Continuing along the path, you will eventually reach Teri La Base Camp. This campsite is strategically located, offering awe-inspiring views of the magnificent Teri Himal and the surrounding mountain peaks. The panoramic vistas from this vantage point are truly breathtaking, making it a worthwhile destination for trekkers seeking natural beauty and tranquility.

It's important to note that when trekking at high altitudes, it is generally recommended to follow the principle of "climb high, sleep low." This means that you should ascend to higher elevations during the day and then descend to lower elevations for sleeping. This approach allows your body to gradually acclimate to the altitude and reduces the risk of altitude sickness.

After spending some time at Teri La Base Camp, marveling at the mesmerizing mountain scenery, you will retrace your steps and make your way back to Samena Khola. The return journey will involve descending from the higher elevations to the lower regions. This descent will not only be physically easier but also give you an opportunity to appreciate the landscapes from a different perspective.

Overall, the trek from Samena Khola to Teri La Base Camp and back is sure to be a memorable adventure, filled with stunning natural surroundings and a sense of accomplishment as you explore the rugged beauty of the Himalayas.

  • Max. Altitude:4,630m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

From Teri La Base Camp, your next destination is Teri La High Camp. This part of the trek presents both challenges and rewards. As you continue your journey, you will be treated to stunning mountain views that showcase the grandeur of the surrounding peaks.

The high altitude adds an additional level of difficulty to the trek, requiring you to be cautious and mindful of your physical well-being. It's important to pace yourself, allowing your body to acclimate to the thinning air. Stay hydrated and take regular breaks as needed to rest and catch your breath.

The trail will lead you through Yak Kharka, an area where yaks graze in the high-altitude pastures. This scenic section offers glimpses of the local fauna and a chance to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. Following the trail alongside Rijung Chwa Khola, which flows at the foot of Teri Himal, you will be accompanied by the soothing sound of the flowing river as you hike.

As you approach Teri La High Camp, exercise caution as you navigate a steep moraine trail. Moraines are accumulations of rock debris and sediment carried and deposited by glaciers. Walking on this uneven terrain requires concentration and sure-footedness. Take your time and be mindful of your steps to ensure a safe passage.

The effort will be rewarded when you reach Teri La High Camp. This vantage point offers an uninterrupted view of mountain ranges such as Purung Himal and Damodar Himal. The sight of these majestic peaks against the backdrop of the surrounding landscape is sure to leave you in awe of nature's grandeur.

Take some time to settle into Teri La High Camp, allowing yourself to absorb the beauty of your surroundings and rest before continuing your trek. The mountains and their serene presence will provide a sense of tranquility, inspiring a deep appreciation for the natural wonders of the region.

Overall, the trek from Teri La Base Camp to Teri La High Camp will test your physical abilities, but the breathtaking mountain views and the sense of accomplishment will make it a truly memorable experience.

  • Max. Altitude:5,100m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:5 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

The trek from High Camp to Teri La Phedi is known to be one of the toughest days of the entire journey. This challenging section involves crossing the high pass of Teri La, which stands at an impressive altitude of 5,577 meters or 18,297 feet. In fact, this pass marks the highest point of the entire trek.

To make the most of the day, it is advisable to start your trek early, taking advantage of the cool morning hours. By doing so, you may have the opportunity to witness an unparalleled sunrise over the Himalayas from the top of the pass. This awe-inspiring spectacle is sure to leave a lasting impression as you stand amidst the towering peaks, painted in golden hues by the first rays of sunlight.

As you conquer Teri La Pass, prepare to be rewarded with soul-stirring views of some of the most iconic mountains in the region. The panoramic vistas from the pass include breathtaking glimpses of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Purkung, among others. The sheer magnificence of these snow-capped giants against the backdrop of the vast Himalayan expanse is bound to fill your heart with a sense of wonder and reverence for the natural world.

Take your time to bask in the incredible mountain views before beginning your descent to the other side of the pass, leading you towards Teri La Phedi. The journey downhill will offer a change of scenery and a chance to appreciate the landscape from a different perspective.

As you reach Teri La Phedi, you can reflect on the challenges you've overcome and the stunning sights you've witnessed along the way. This resting point provides an opportunity to rejuvenate and prepare for the remaining part of your trek, knowing that you have successfully navigated the highest point of the journey.

In summary, the trek from High Camp to Teri La Phedi is undoubtedly one of the most demanding days of the entire expedition. However, the unparalleled sunrise from Teri La Pass and the soul-stirring views of the Himalayas make it a truly extraordinary experience.

  • Max. Altitude:5,000m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

The trail will lead you through a plain land as you make your way towards the captivating Nar Phu Valley. This section of the trek offers comparatively easier terrain, allowing you to relax and savor the wonderful views that surround you.

As you trek through the Nar Phu Valley, you will be treated to a landscape characterized by its serene beauty and vastness. The plain terrain provides a refreshing change from the challenging uphill and downhill sections of the previous days. Take your time to soak in the natural wonders that unfold before you, including the majestic mountains that dot the horizon.

During mid-summer, you may have the opportunity to witness animals grazing in the valley. Yaks and sheep are commonly seen in this region, peacefully enjoying the lush grass and alpine meadows. Observing these animals in their natural habitat adds to the authenticity and charm of the trek, providing a glimpse into the traditional livelihoods of the local communities.

As you continue your trek through Nar Phu Valley, you will eventually arrive at Labse Khola. The Labse Khola is a river flowing through the valley, enhancing the scenic beauty of the surroundings. The sound of the flowing water and the picturesque landscapes make this a memorable stop along your journey.

Take advantage of the easier trekking conditions and the delightful views to rejuvenate both your body and mind. It's a chance to reflect on the remarkable experiences you've had so far and appreciate the tranquility of the natural environment.

In summary, the trek from Teri La Phedi to Labse Khola offers a welcome respite with relatively easier terrain. Enjoy the picturesque views, witness animals grazing in the Nar Phu Valley, and let the beauty of the surroundings uplift your spirits as you continue your adventure.

  • Max. Altitude:4,800m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:6 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Continuing your trek through the wilderness, you find yourself tracing the course of Labse Khola as it meanders downstream, leading me closer to my destination, Yak Kharka. The serene sound of the flowing river accompanies me along the way, providing a soothing backdrop to my journey.

As you approach Yak Kharka, the landscape undergoes a transformation. The area opens up to reveal a lush pastureland, a verdant expanse that serves as a vital resource for the local community. This fertile land becomes a sanctuary for cattle grazing, with yaks taking center stage. These magnificent animals, known for their endurance and resilience, thrive in this environment, grazing on the rich vegetation that carpets the meadows.

Within the vicinity of Yak Kharka, you come across only a few temporary huts that have been erected by the shepherds. These simple shelters provide a temporary home for the caretakers of the herds, allowing them to monitor and protect their livestock in this remote and challenging terrain. These huts stand as a testament to the harmonious relationship between the people and the land, a connection that has endured for generations.

As you take in the beauty of Yak Kharka and its surrounding pastureland, you are struck by the picturesque scenery that unfolds before me. The juxtaposition of the rugged wilderness and the serene grazing grounds creates a captivating panorama, highlighting the raw beauty of nature.

With each step, you immerse yourself further into this enchanting landscape, appreciating the tranquility and the unique way of life that thrives in these remote corners of the world. The journey to Yak Kharka has been filled with awe-inspiring sights, and you eagerly anticipate the adventures that await you as you continue to explore this remarkable region.

  • Max. Altitude:4,600m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

As you make your way down the descending trail towards Nar Gaon, it's essential to exercise caution due to the steep terrain. The name of the village, Nar Gaon, is believed to have originated from Nar Khola, which is a river flowing in the vicinity. This picturesque village is located on the northern side of the Annapurna Trekking Trail, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

One of the highlights of visiting Nar Gaon is the opportunity to explore local monasteries. These monasteries hold great significance in the region and provide a deeper understanding of the local culture and religious practices. Inside these tranquil places of worship, you can witness the artistry of intricate murals, beautifully adorned statues, and the peaceful ambiance created by chanting monks.

Interacting with the locals is another valuable way to immerse yourself in the local culture. The people of Nar Gaon are known for their warm hospitality and welcoming nature. By engaging in conversations with them, you can gain insights into their way of life, traditions, and customs. You may learn about their agricultural practices and traditional handicrafts, and perhaps even sample some local cuisine.

Exploring the local culture through monastery visits and interacting with the locals will provide you with a holistic experience during your trek to Nar Gaon. It allows you to appreciate not just the natural beauty of the surroundings but also the rich cultural heritage of the region.

  • Max. Altitude:3,490m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Exploring Nar Gaon offers opportunities for monastery visits, village walks, witnessing cultural performances, trying local cuisine, nature exploration, and experiencing a homestay. Visit monasteries like Nar Phedi and Tashi Lhakhang, observe Buddhist rituals, and participate in meditation. Take walks through the village, interact with locals, and learn about their way of life. Keep an eye out for cultural performances and try authentic Nepali dishes. Explore the natural beauty through hikes and capture stunning views. Consider a homestay for a deeper cultural experience. Respect local customs, ask for permission, and be mindful of the environment. Enjoy your time in Nar Gaon and embrace its rich cultural offerings.

  • Max. Altitude:3,490m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Trekking from Nar, you will pass by charming Chortens (Buddhist stupas) and streams that flow down from the majestic high Himalayas. As you make your way along the rocky path, you will follow the trails alongside the Phu River. The river accompanies you on your journey, providing a soothing and constant presence.

After a while, you will come to a point where you need to cross the Phu River to reach Phu Gaon. The crossing might require some careful navigation, but once you make it to the other side, you will find yourself in Phu Gaon.

Phu Gaon is home to the Lakhang Monastery, a sacred place also referred to as the blessed house of gods. This monastery holds immense historical significance, as it is recognized as one of the oldest monasteries in the world. The monastery stands as a testament to the rich cultural heritage and spiritual traditions of the region.

As you explore Phu Gaon and its surroundings, you will be able to witness the profound influence of Buddhism on the local way of life. The monastery itself offers a tranquil and serene atmosphere, inviting you to experience a sense of peace and reflection amidst the breathtaking Himalayan scenery.

The journey from Nar to Phu Gaon is not only a physical adventure but also a spiritual and cultural one. It allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, the history of the region, and the wisdom and traditions passed down through generations.

  • Max. Altitude:4,080m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Leaving Phu Gaon behind, your trek continues along a trail that takes you on a descent with occasional ascents and descents. As you make your way toward Meta, you will encounter numerous suspension bridges that span across gushing streams, adding an element of excitement to your journey.

Throughout this portion of the trek, you will be treated to awe-inspiring vistas of majestic mountains, such as Lamjung Himal and Annapurna II. These towering peaks dominate the horizon, their snow-capped summits glistening in the sunlight. The beauty of these natural wonders is sure to leave you breathless and provide ample opportunities for stunning photographs.

While trekking towards Meta, keep an eye out for the elusive blue sheep, also known as Bharal. These agile and sure-footed creatures inhabit the rugged terrain of the Himalayas and can often be spotted grazing on the slopes. Spotting a blue sheep in its natural habitat is a delightful and memorable experience that adds to the allure of the trek.

As you cross the suspension bridges and traverse the streams, surrounded by the magnificence of the mountains and the vibrant wildlife, you will feel a profound connection to nature. Each step brings you closer to Meta, unveiling new wonders and leaving you in awe of the raw and untouched beauty of the Himalayas.

  • Max. Altitude:3,560m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:6 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

Continuing your journey, you will now be walking on a descending trail toward the village of Koto. This section of the trek is relatively easier, allowing you to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty at a more relaxed pace.

As you make your way through the trail, you will find yourself immersed in a lush green pine forest. The refreshing scent of pine fills the air, and the vibrant greenery provides a serene backdrop to your trekking experience. Along the way, you will encounter streams that need to be crossed, adding a touch of adventure to your journey.

One of the highlights near Dharmashala, as you walk towards Koto, is the cascading waterfalls. These enchanting waterfalls create a soothing symphony of sound and offer a picturesque sight. Take a moment to appreciate their beauty and perhaps even splash some cool water on your face, rejuvenating yourself for the rest of the trek.

After passing through the forests and waterfalls, you will reach the charming village of Koto. This tranquil settlement offers stunning views of Annapurna II, one of the most iconic peaks in the Annapurna mountain range. The sight of Annapurna II towering over the village is awe-inspiring and serves as a reminder of the grandeur of the Himalayas.

In Koto, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting the monastery. The monastery holds deep religious and cultural significance for the community and offers insight into their spiritual practices and traditions. Take some time to explore its intricate architecture and soak in the serene atmosphere, connecting with the essence of the village.

The trek to Koto provides a blend of natural wonders, from the lush forests and flowing streams to the captivating waterfalls and majestic mountain views. Coupled with the cultural experiences in the village, it promises to be a memorable leg of your journey through the Himalayas.

  • Max. Altitude:2,600m
  • Accommodation:Lodge
  • Time:7 hours
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea

The journey from Koto to Besisahar can be completed by either a jeep or a car, depending on your preference and availability. Many people choose to travel by jeep in this region due to the rugged terrain. It takes approximately 4 to 6 hours to drive from Koto to Besisahar by jeep, but this can vary depending on factors such as road conditions and traffic.

The jeep ride offers a thrilling experience as you navigate through winding mountain roads, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. However, it's important to note that the road can be bumpy and adventurous at times. The experienced drivers who operate these jeeps are well-equipped to handle the challenging terrain.

Once you reach Besisahar, you have the option to continue your journey to Kathmandu by private car. This choice provides a more comfortable and personalized experience compared to other modes of transportation. The duration of the drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu usually ranges from 4 to 6 hours, depending on the traffic conditions along the way.

When traveling by car, you have the flexibility to negotiate the fare with the driver or hire a taxi from a reputable service provider. This allows you to tailor the experience according to your preferences and requirements.

Regardless of whether you choose to travel by jeep or car, both options offer convenient and efficient means of transportation to reach Besisahar and continue your journey to Kathmandu. It's advisable to check the road conditions in advance and make necessary arrangements to ensure a smooth and enjoyable travel experience.

  • Max. Altitude:1300m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:1 breakfast, 1 lunch and 1 dinner with coffee/tea
What's Included
  • By including accommodations with bed and breakfast and private transportation in Kathmandu and Pokhara, the trekking package aims to provide a comprehensive and seamless experience for your entire journey, from the start to the end of the trek.
  • Meals: You will be provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner throughout the trek. These meals will include a variety of dishes to cater to different dietary preferences and requirements.
  • Refreshments: Along the trekking route, you will have access to tea, coffee, cookies, Seasonal fruits, and hot water to keep you refreshed and energized.
  • Tents: Tents will be provided for the guests, as well as separate tents for the Nepalese staff, kitchen, dining, and toilet facilities. These tents will ensure your comfort and privacy during the trek.
  • Trekking Staff: A knowledgeable and experienced guide will accompany you throughout the trek to provide guidance, and support, and ensure your safety. A skilled cook will prepare delicious meals, and the necessary porters will be available to carry the equipment and supplies. The salaries, insurance, and equipment charges for the staff will be included in the package.
  • Transportation: Domestic flights from Kathmandu to Pokhara and Pokhara to Jomsom will be arranged to facilitate your journey. Additionally, a jeep or car will be provided for transportation from Koto back to Kathmandu at the end of the trek.
  • Trekking Permits: All necessary trekking permits, including those for Upper Mustang, Nar Phu, Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), and Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS), will be taken care of. These permits are essential to explore the restricted areas and ensure the sustainability of the trekking routes.
  • Guide and Porter Services: The package includes the salary, meals, accommodation, and insurance for the guide and porters accompanying you during the trek. They will assist you with your belongings and provide valuable support throughout the journey.
  • Kitbag: A kitbag will be provided to store your belongings during the trek, ensuring convenience and organization.
  • Paperwork and Taxes: All necessary paperwork, including government and local taxes, will be handled by the trekking company. This ensures compliance with the legal requirements and allows you to focus on enjoying the trek.
  • Certificate of Appreciation: Upon successfully completing the trek, you will receive a certificate of appreciation from Nepal Nomad Trekking, recognizing your accomplishment and contribution to the adventure.

These services and facilities aim to provide you with a comfortable and memorable trekking experience while exploring the beautiful landscapes of Teri La Pass Trek in Nepal.

What's not Included
  • Kathmandu and Pokhara Lunch and Dinner: While breakfast is usually provided as part of the package, the cost of lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara is generally not included. You would be responsible for these meals during your stay in these cities.
  • Airfare for International Flights: The package usually covers domestic flights within Nepal, such as from Kathmandu to Pokhara and Pokhara to Jomsom. However, the cost of international flights to and from Nepal is typically not included and would need to be arranged separately.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees: Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will need to obtain a Nepal entry visa. The fees for the visa vary based on the duration of stay (e.g., 15 days, 30 days). These fees are not usually included in the trekking package.
  • Accommodations and Meals in Kathmandu Before and After the Trek: The package typically includes accommodations and meals during the trek itself, but any additional nights in Kathmandu before or after the trek would not be covered. You would be responsible for arranging accommodations and meals during these periods.
  • Travel Insurance and International Airfare: It is important to have travel insurance that covers trekking activities and emergencies. The cost of travel insurance and international airfare to and from Nepal is generally not included in the trekking package.
  • Nepalese Tourist Visa Fee: In addition to the entry visa, if you plan to explore other parts of Nepal before or after the trek, you may require a Nepalese Tourist Visa. The fee for this visa is not usually included in the package.
  • Personal Expenses: Personal expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, snacks, laundry, phone calls, and internet usage are generally not covered by the package.
  • Personal Trekking Equipment and Emergency Evacuation Equipment: You are responsible for bringing your own personal trekking equipment, including clothing, footwear, and other gear. Additionally, any emergency evacuation equipment, such as a helicopter rescue, would not be covered by the package.
  • Costs Due to Itinerary Changes: If there are any changes in the itinerary due to factors like landslides, political disturbances, or strikes, any associated costs would typically not be included in the package.
  • Rent of Horses and Extra Porters: If you require the services of horses or extra porters during the trek, the rental fees for these additional services would not be included in the package.
  • Tips: Tips for the trekking staff, including guides, porters, and drivers, are not usually included and would be at your discretion.

It's important to clarify the specific details and inclusions with the trekking company to ensure a clear understanding of what is covered by the package and what additional expenses you might need to plan for.