Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour

Muktinath has come a long way from its olden days, with a lot of tourists now visiting the town(both national and international). Travelers are to be more than thrilled to discover the rustic attractiveness, historical sites, and monuments. Hence, the one location they don’t afford to miss visiting is Muktinath, a holy place for Hindus and Buddhits. It’s cuddled in Muktinath Valley with a beautiful backdrop of snow-capped mountains and distinct landscapes. Unfortunately, walking Muktinath from Jomsom is emotionally draining with filthy and rough trails filled with rocks. Lot of trekkers find it distressing to navigate the bumpy tracks and favor Jomson to Muktinath helicopter tour. 

Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour is a splendid option to get rid of the vertical hills and rugged topographies. It provides the tourists entrance to Muktinath without having them walk or withstand the difficulties. It provides passengers an impressive vista of sheer cliffs, deep canyons, sky caves, and tropical forests. Together with the journey, we can view glistening peaks, involving Nilgiri, Annapurna range, and Dhaulagiri. Jomsom to Muktinath Helicopter tour provides a service that’s difficult to get past. From friendly cabin crew to cozy seats and impressive sights, the heli flight provides perfect facilities in which a traveler can come across.

 Beside the incredible flying experience, it ensures in which the passengers are convenient and provides them commodious seats. To save time for travelers, the flight doesn’t take more than 3-4 hours. Flying deep into the mountains to discover the holy site place of Muktinath and its attractive surroundings is unquestionably an extravagant spiritual adventure. Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour takes you to the Muktinath temple to feel and experience the holy auras and energy of environments. Furthermore to the holy auras, you will also experience the charming mountain surroundings and wonders of Kali Gandaki River valley. 

As you move towards Muktinath on a helicopter, you will fly past the amazing Annapurna range of the Himlayas. The helicopter tour takes you to the location from between two enormous Himalayan ranges of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. You fly from Pokhara to Jomson and then to Muktinath and return back to Pokhara the same day. Once you reach Muktinath, you will have sufficient time to discover and exploit the vibes and beauty of the shrine and its environments. Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour is a perfect alternative choice for the Jomsom Muktinath Trek which replaces all the walking with a helicopter flight and saves you time. This helicoper tour is provide by Binjuli Adventure. 


Best time of Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour

For an amazing and extravagant  tour to Jomsom and Muktinath vai Helicopter, the climate condition has a vital role. The season of Nepal normally lets for helicopter tours all over the year (relying on particular day weather conditions). The professional team of Binjuli Adventure highly recommended the Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour within the months of March, April, May, August, September, October, November and December.

 Under the instruction of Binjuli Adventure, the crew assist to make a day tour very interesting and memorable. This will be the recommended helicopter tour for those who have got a short time frame or search for an extravagant tour to enter the holy place and the Himalayan region of Nepal. Binjuli Adventure provides the most favorable services and instructions for the Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour. Heartily welcome! Do not hesitate to contact Binjuli Adventure for the Jomsom Muktinath Heli Tour. 

Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek is for those who have less time.  This return heli trek is very famous in Nepal and is done by hundreds of trekkers each year. To make this trek more thrilling, we have customized this 9-10 days Annapurna Base Camp Trek which includes Helicopter Return. Rather than retracing the route from the base camp, you’ll fly in a helicopter back to Pokhara. The helicopter flight also allows you to relish the amazing aerial peak landscapes of the western Himalayas. 

Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek makes the journey short, excellent for travelers bound by time. Mt. Annapurna (8,091m) is the 10th tallest mountain on the planet and trekking to its base camp, located at 4,130m, is one of the most adventurous and rewarding outdoor sports events. The trail traverses the nooks and corners of the Annapurna Conservation Area and brings you many alpine flora and fauna. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek follows the aerial  woodlands and picturesque villages inhabited by people of different communities. 

This trek is regarded to provide one of the best perceptions into Nepali culture due to the diversity of the locals living the way. Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is the true endeavor into the wilds of nature. Forests, rivers, streams, waterfalls, hills, mountains, and glaciers will befriend you. Mountain like Annapurna (8,091m), Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Nilgiri (7,061m), Hiunchuli (6,441m), Gangapurna (7,455m), Fishtail (6,993m), Manaslu (8,163m), etc, are seen from various parts of the trial. The landscapes are distinct and divine. 

You will get to unwind and experience the calming scent of the forests & glaciers. The locals and their warm hostility will make Annapurna Base Camp Trekking with Helicopter Return further mesmerizing for you. The altitudes are comparatively lower than the very popular Everest Base Camp Trek, and the trail has moderate pace, making the Annapurna Base Camp Trek 9-10 days one of the best family adventure treks in Nepal. Binjuli Adventure the Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek in which you’ll acquire the best service and offers on bookings. The fact you can spend overnight at Annapurna Base Camp (if you wish to) makes this trek very fascinating. Our booking for the Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek is open and you can send us an inquiry. 


Best time for  Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek not only provides vistas of the scenic mountains, beautiful streams, and lush greenery and vegetation, but also provides exposure to local culture, art, way of life, and real adventure. At the time of trekking , you will discover the environment and also understand local habits and ethnicities. 

The best times to do the  Annapurna Base Camp With Return Heli Trek are during the spring and autumn seasons. These two seasons are the most absolute season for trekking in Nepal since you acquire a clear vista of the peaks and a stable temperature which is neither too cold nor too hot. Spring knocks as soon as March begins and lasts until Mid-May. The mountain vistas are remarkable in these months. 

Autumn starts in September and lasts until November. Autumn has the most stable temperature of all seasons. The climate is mild, and the weather remains stable, like during spring. Furthermore, you will not feel exceedingly cold or sunburn when trekking, that might occur at the time of winter and summer. Since the sky is clear and the sun shines brightly over the peaks, the entire surroundings appears to be exceedingly thrilling and captivating.  

Everest Base Camp Heli Trek

The Everest Base Camp Heli Trek is a journey which artfully associates trekking with an exciting helicopter flight in the lap of the Khumbu region. It is a journey which is certain to provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience! The journey to the Everest Base Camp of the planet’s highest mountain is followed by a relaxing helicopter ride back. Experience the region’s unique Sherpa culture too. Trekking over the stunning Himalayan topography is followed by an exciting helicopter flight. The stunning views of the Himalayas and the diversified terrain beneath are certain to live in your memory for a lot of years. It is the most valuable experience possible.

The Everest Base Camp Heli Trek lets you to completely know the famed Sherpas and their culture. Together with route, the traditional Sherpa villages and mountain settlements provide perception into the lives of the ethnic people. Begin the journey with a flight to Lukla Airport and then follow the trekking trail with different ethnic Sherpa villages on your way to the base camp. Discover the locations like Namche Bazaar, Dingboche, and Tengboche as you walk under the verdant alpine forests. Enter the Sagarmatha National Park, a famous national park in Nepal, and acquire the opportunity to catch rare glances of Khumbu’s endangered animals such as Danphe, Yaks, Himalayan Tahr, Musk Deer, and Snow-Leopard. 

Experience the rhododendron-lined track as you are accompanied by the distance vistas of Mt. Everest. Feast your eyes on the sight of a lot of remarkable mountain peaks like the Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, the Kongdi Ri, Thamserku, and Mt. Everest amidst much more as you trek along river valleys. Discover the popular vantage point of Kalapathher also from where you can get magnificent panoramic vistas of the whole Mt. Everest massif. Everest Base Camp Heli Trek then provides you with the choice to board a helicopter and view the enormous peak above. 

The stunning beauty of the Khumbu area as seen from a helicopter is beyond description! The impression of utter enthusiasm and amusement is inescapable! Hence, the Everest Base Camp Heli Trek is for you if you want to witness the traits and features of the Khumbu with the added thrill of a helicopter ride. You are guaranteed the greatest achievable services. Binjuli Adventure provides Everest Base Camp Heli Trek and if you are searching for helicopter tours like this don’t hesitate to contact us. 


Best time for Everest Base Camp Heli Trek

You’ll want to plan your tour to the EBC at the time of spring or fall. These are the best times to take on this amazing adventure and witness the magic of mountain ranges. During the spring (March – May), you’ll be treated to amazing vistas of snow-capped mountains, clear blue skies, and lush, blooming rhododendron forests. The weather is mild and dry, making for comfortable trekking conditions and the excellent opportunity to take  in the natural magnificence of this stunning region.

 Correspondingly, in the fall (September – November), you’ll find cool, dry weather and clear skies, absolute for trekking. This is also a great time to witness local festivals and cultural activities in the region, adding extra enthusiasm to your journey. No matter when you select to discover Everest Base Camp Heli Trek, you can be sure you’ll have the most memorable journey. So why wait? Begin planning your trek today and prepare to witness the excitement of a lifetime!

Lobuche Peak Climbing

Thousands of novices, semi-professionals, and professional climbers visit Nepal every 12 months to climb one more mountain. The novices reach here to understand basic peak climbing skills by climbing the trekking mountains. There are many trekking mountains and the Lobuche Peak is one of the most famous. And, this blog will spin around and around Lobuche Peak Climbing. What is Nepal popular for? The most apparent answer would be high mountain, peaks, and hill, that is the correct answer. Yes, Nepal is famous for the land of Mt. Everest and seven other eight-thousanders.

 Not just that, but there are also several other mountains which are high enough to touch the skies. In very simple terms “Nepal is a blessed nation with the plante’s tallest and most attractive peaks”. Having said that, this is so fair to say “The ultimate place for every peak adventurer in the world is Nepal”. From the tallest Mt. Everest (8,848m) to the smallest Gokyo Ri (5,357m), Nepal’s list of mountains is long that involves several technical mountains, simple trekking peaks, and high hiking peaks. Lobuche Peak is a popular trekking peak of Nepal situated in the Khumbu region. 

Comprising two faces; Lobuche East (6,119m) and Lobuche West (6,145m), the Lobuche Peak lies just above the Lobuche village and Khumbu Glacier, Peaks like Mt. Everest and Lhotse lie only 13.5 Km east from the Lobuche Peak. Of two faces the Lobuche East is a comfortably climbable peak and thus considered as the trekking peak. On the other side, Lobuche West is less consistent climbable and more technical and consequently listed as the expedition peak. So, Lobuche East (6,119m) is the summit point of Lobuche Peak Climbing not the Lobuche West. Lobuche East Peak climbing is the most favorable plan for beginners to tick the very first peak climb of their life. Climbers summiting Lobuche East can finally head up against another peak. 

Arriving at the Lobuche top is not an end of the expedition but the beginning of a lot more climbs. Additionally, Lobuche Peak Climbing arranges the awestruck peak vistas together with the way and from the maximum height. Being very close to the Mahalangur part, this peak climbing gets you the perception of Everest together with Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, and many others. If you are searching for the Lobuche Peak Climbing then Binjuli Adventure will provide you with our quality service in which you will have the most memorable peak climbing expedition. 


Best time of Lobuche Peak Climbing

Everything has its own time and time is the most significant part of life. The same is here in Lobuche Peak Climbing, this peak climbing has its own best times. You cannot get prepared for the climb anytime you like. There are two favorable times in a year for climbing the Lobuche East; March to May (spring) and September to November (autumn). These recommended seasons offer excellent conditions to do a trek and climb. Both of the seasons are fully rain-free and have stable weather and warm temperatures. At the time of autumn and spring seasons, there are lower possibilities of the climb postponing. 

You get to enjoy the entire peak climbing thoroughly if it is done in either spring or autumn. Skies are mostly clear and on the bright days, you can watch each step carefully. There is one another mountain; you will enjoy the wide panorama of Everest region mountains. You can encapture many tall mountains in one glimpse since there will be no clouds hindering the vista. Lobuche Peak Climbing is mostly a hassle-free experience if it is done during the autumn and spring. 

Mera Peak Climbing

The Mera Peak Climbing is perhaps the most appealing peak climbing in Nepal, since it is regarded as the highest trekking point. Mera Peak at the height of 6,476m/21,246 feet lies in the edge of Khumbu region and provides the spectacular vista of five of the tallest peaks of the planet, that involves Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu  and Kanchenjunga. The climb ascends straight ahead and doesn’t’ need any precious peak climbing experience technical abilities, thus, Mera Peak Climbing is an achievable chance for all the expedition lovers, be it an experienced climber or inexperienced trekkers, who dreams and dares to stand in the Himalayan summit demanding the ultimate elevation in rather short lapse of time. 

Comprising of three significant peak Mera North (6461m), central (6476m), south (6065m), the peak was at first discovered by British expedition team at time of early 1950. Even though you are really required to be careful each day regarding how you feel in order to be on the top. The technical areas are not much as just a few cracks and also splits. The peak is over 6000m and is situated in one of the isolated and non-negotiable surroundings of the planet.  Heading through an isolated valley, crossing with high passes and navigating with icefalls and glaciers, you will summit Mera Peak. Every expedition of Nepal starts at the capital city Kathmandu. The city is engaged, dusty but surely different in comparison to any other places in the world. 

Climb high sleep low is the general prospect in which you will hear at the time of trekking period of the climb as you will frequently ascend and descend the ridges. As for the high elevation trekking and climbing your body requires to be appropriately acclimatized. The weather is everytime clear most of the mornings and later in the afternoon the clouds come over. Mera Peak is a perfect beginning point for anybody searching to start their peak climbing adventures. Benjuli Adventure provide quality services and assistance, involving highly skilled and competent climbers and thorough training on procedure to use crampons and other important tools. From the summit, you can experience stunning vistas of peaks like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and also several peaks over 7000 and 6000 meters high. 


Best seasons for Mera Peak Climbing

Despite the fact that passionate Peak Climbing dare to move even during the winter, the best seasons for going up Mera Peak are autumn and spring. Mera Peak Climbing is the highest trekking peak in Nepal and it takes more than a fortnight to complete the mission. In Nepal, till Mid-September there remain little rainy days. So the rainy season is surely the worst time to climb up. During winter also, because of extreme weather, blizzards and avalanches produce obstacles on the track of the climbers. 

So, during autumn season the sky is clear with spectacular visibility, less thick snow in the peaks, and a modest climate that makes the trekking simple, possible, and unforgettable. Autumn is classified into two segments: early autumn (Mid Sep – Mid Nov), and late autumn (Mid Nov – Mid Jan). Early autumn is more suitable than late autumn from the perspective of time and weather since late autumn is colder compared to autumn in Nepal. Clouds have gone, days are sunny, and horizons have the strongest visibility, even a lot of peaks are visible from Kathmandu Valley during autumn. 

Another best time is during spring (Mid March – Mid May). This time is the most favorable because spring prospers the entire environment of the Hinku Valley with greenery, blooming rhododendron, and superb biodiversity. A great combination of a blooming surrounding with a modest climate really fascinates the trekkers. The peak climbers who adore nature, culture, and high snow-capped mountains, spring is the most favorable time for them to complete Mera Peak Climbing, the highest peak trekking located at the height of 6476m form where they can have a close view at the stunning highest peaks in the planet.

 Actually, these seasons are not just the most favorable seasons for Mera Peak Climbing but also the most favorable for all peak climbing and expeditions. 

Island Peak Climbing

The Island-Peak-Climbing is one of the most famous climbing journeys in Nepal. This journey is excellent for dynamic and physically fit climbers who are willing  for expedition. Island Peak, situated at 6189 meters above sea level is also called as lmja Tse in the local language. The name Island Peak was named by English mountaineer – Eric Shipton in 1951. The name Island Peak is justified as the peak is situated isolated in the middle covered by glaciers which are descending from tall mountain peaks above, 7,000m and 8,000m. Island Peak has been climbed by a lot of people since time immemorial (involving Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary) and at some time, became the selected climbing peak to search for a demanding route. 

The peak stands up from the Lhotse glacier from the southern end on the other hand from the peak summit, captures you enchants you through its spectacular panoramic attractiveness and most appreciably, you will acquire a regulated viewpoint to the pinnacle at Mt. Everest up close. Island Peak Climbing expeditions can also be regarded as the training grounds for peaks above 7000 meters. Climbing Island Peak is physically difficult but not technically demanding and is excellent for those who wish to stretch their experience against peak expeditions. Standing on the summit of the Island Peak provides you a sense of fulfillment. From here you get amazing vistas of the southern faces of Everest and Lhotse. 

You also acquire views of Ama Dablam and Makalu. Our journey begins through an adventurous flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The walking starts right away from Lukla and goes with Phakding to the Dudh Koshi valley following with Namche, and then Tengboche to Dingboche. Finally, we move downwards to Chhukung and upwards to the Island Peak Base Camp and prepare for our journey.  The maximum elevation you will reach at the time of Island  Peak Climbing journey is at the Island Peak top at 6189 meters above sea level. Also, you will be spending a lot of nights above 3,000 meters in height. 

As an outcome, there are possibilities of being affected by the symptom of Altitude Sickness. Therefore, we should intake measures of prevention such as acclimatizing, hydrating, getting sufficient sleep, etc. The usage of Diamox or any other altitude sickness prescription recommended by a doctor also helps. In the case, the symptoms are serious, your guide will make the correct decision for you. If you are searching for peak climbing like this you can contact us. Our agency, Binjuli Adventure, is there to provide you with the best service. 


Best time for the Island Peak Climbing

 When traveling, selecting a good time to travel everytime supports maximizing the likelihood of prosperity and making joyful memories which last a lifetime. Island-Peak-Climbing is possible all year long but recommend commencing on this climbing event in either the spring or fall at the time the magnificence of this peak climbing is at its most stunning. 

During spring, the trekking trail provides stunning vistas of peaks, thick woods, colorful meadows, and blooming rhododendrons. The weather is sunny, warm, and pleasant, with a clear vista of Himalayas and a beautiful blue sky. The temperature increases to 15 to 17 degrees Celsius during the daytime, while it falls to -10 degrees Celsius at the night time above 4,000 meters. 

Autumn is also the best season due to its dry and stable weather. Being the post-monsoon season, autumn/fall offers clear views of the valleys and the Himalayas. It is a little colder compared to the spring, but is bearable. The temperature is pleasant, ranging from 0 to 15 degrees. By the end of November, nighttime falls to -15 degrees are not usual. The summer/monsoon is not an absolute time for the Island-Peak-Climbing because of the muddy and treacherous routes produced by the heavy rain. Summer trekking is also ineffective in regards to weather. Correspondingly, avalanches and landslides are two possible natural calamities which could sometimes make the peak climbing risky. 

The months of December, January, and February are regarded as winter and also off-season months for the Island-Peak-Climbing. Yet, with the right arrangement, tools, and support from a qualified climbing guide, it is possible, significantly during December. In fact, December is an absolute  month if you enjoy trekking in the isolation and prefer tranquil topography. 

Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit Trek starts from Bhulbhule after a scenic drive from Kathmandu, and the route follows the Marsyangdi River Valley, taking you through Jagat, Dharapani, Chame, and Pisang. You will spend a night in each of these locations. Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the greatest treks in Nepal, if not the world. This outstanding circuit trek is an incredibly diverse and exceedingly attractive journey. Dramatic deep gorges, bleak high mountain passes, Buddhist temples, beautiful farming villages and all the significant peaks of the Annapurna Massif. Launched for tourism since 1980, this region trekking has been considered as the one of the world’s best trekking trails as per to a recent survey by Modern Maturity (USA) and so it is popular as one of the planet’s paramount trekking locations. It escorts you through Rhododendron forests and over the foothills of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains. 

Annapurna-Circuit-Trek provides you stunning vistas of the peaks, involving Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Dhaulagiri (the magnificent ice pyramid) and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Annapurna South and Manaslu. Binjuli Adventure provides Annapurna-Circuit-Trek and it is an absolute for novices as well as highly competent or expert trekking is not just famous for the trekking experience, but also the natural hot spring, world’s deepest Gorge, called Kali Gandaki Gorge, world’s highest altitude lake (Tilicho Lake), landscape and amazing waterfall (Ruptse waterfall). Annapurna Conservation Area has 100 different kinds of Orchids and some of the wealthiest temperate Rhododendron forests in the world with equatorial lowlands, valleys, bamboo, oak forests, alpine meadows, uncovered desert plateaus together with 440 species of birds and animals like Marten, Deer, Langoor Monkey and the snow Leopard. 

This trekking is the most rewarding option to witness Nepal’s natural embellishments and cultural  assortment. Walking through Rhododendron Forests, remote Hamlets, small mountain villages, alongside native Fauna and stunning landscapes, you will also witness friendly and warm hearted people of various cultures providing an incredible glimpse of traditional rural life. You can make Annapurna-Circuit-Trek from 2 to 4 weeks. For the Annapurna trekking, there are a lot of choices to reach your beginning point such as by bus to Nadi. The route encompasses the Annapurna Range, a collection of enormous, snow-covered summits, many over 26,000 feet. While walking on the Annapurna-Circuit-Trek route, you witness 17,000-feet passes, glaciers, the world’s deepest valley, pine forests, rice paddies, tundra, isolated villages, and ancient monasteries.

 Most  tours begin up at the Marsyangdi River and then carry on north to the wooded Mannag Valley through Chame, Pisang, and Braga (or other villages in the valley). You must take your time at first, getting used to the altitude. Midway through the tour, you will witness 5416m Thorung La Pass. on the other side of the pass, it is a steep descent to the Hindu and Buddhist temples at Muktinath. 


The best season for Annapurna Circuit Trek

The pre-monsoon (February, March, April and May) and post monsoon (late September, October, November and December) are regarded the best for Annapurna-Circuit-Trek since the weather conditions become favorable at this time, offering you with good visibility and a proper atmosphere for Annapurna Circuit Trek. 

Everest Base Camp Chola Pass Gokyo Trek

Everest Base Camp-Chola Pass-Gokyo Trek is an adventurous trek in the Khumbu region. Everest Base Camp and Gokyo valley are the locations of this trek via technical Cho La Pass. Starting the trek from the classical Everest trekking route from Lukla, it provides a different experience walking with the modest trail with the attractive sceneries all around. The trek starts after a flight of around 30 minutes from Kathmandu to Lukla. Additionally, discovering the Sherpa culture and heritages, you trek all the way to Everest Base Camp via Namche Bazar, Pangboche, Tengboche and Dingboche. The stunning vistas of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and many other snow-capped mountains from the maximum height of Kala Patthar is something you will relish the most at the time of trek. 

The adventurous trek does not stop there yet as you make ascent to Gokyo via Cho La Pass. Chola Pass (5420m) is a technical portion that remains snowy most of the time. The wonders of the snow covered mountains of the Everest region are just magnificent. After you trek to Gokyo valley, you head to discover the stunning Himalayan beauties from Gokyo Ri, aka Gokyo Peak at 5357m. Together with the Himalayan panoramas, the view of Ngozumba glacier, the biggest glacier in Nepal and Gokyo five lakes astonish you. Then you trek down all the way to Lukla via Machermo and Dole. 

The multiple times at the time the trial passes over suspension bridges over Dudh Koshi River and climbs the steep hill. It runs alongside a terrace farm and over the rough trails with sharp rocks to arrive at Everest Base Base Camp. The trek gets exceedingly challenging from the base camp with terminal moraines and ice sheets. The trail to Gokyo walks through Cho La Pass at 5,420 meters, crossing through Ngozumpa glacier in the east. This mountain pass joins two villages of Thanknak and Dzonglha, that are by peaks and lofty hills. Binjuli Adventure provides Everest Base Camp-Chola Pass-Gokyo Trek with best services. 


Everest Base Camp-Chola Pass-Gokyo Trek best season 

Nepal has four seasons. Summer, Winter, Spring, and Autumn. The best seasons are Spring and Autumn. 


Autumn season

The autumn season starts in September and ends in November. This is the best season for any trekking route and Everest Base Camp (EBC) Chola Pass Gokyo Trek is no exception. All things are clear and very attractive. This season is the best from every viewpoint. The weather is excellent. This is the peak season. Travelers are all around you. Pre Booking of flights and tea houses could be significant. 


Spring season 

This is the second-best season. Everything is green and attractive. The flower starts to bloom and there are green leaves in the trees. If you want to experience the raw nature of Nepal then it is the best season for you. The sky will be clear and snow-capped peaks are visible enough to make you admire them. The weather during this season is warmer in comparison to the autumn season. This season is adorable to trek. But, there is a possibility of light rainfall in late May. Pre-monsoon begins during May. The spring season begins in March and ends in May. You need to carry appropriate trekking equipment and clothes. 

Mardi Himal Trekking

Mardi-Himal-Trekking is a short trek of 7-8 days (4 days and 5 days itinerary accessible), a freshly launched route in the year 2012 which immediately grew in fame and takes you inside the Annapurna Sanctuary Area, beginning from 820-meter Pokhara to 4500m Mardi Himal Base Camp. Even Though it is less famous trekking route than long treks like Annapurna Circuit Trek and Annapurna Base Camp Trek, the Mardi-Himal-Trekking provides amazing vistas of the Mardi Himal (5,587m / 18,330ft)  and also other snow-capped mountains like Annapurna I (8,091m/ 26538 ft), Annapurna South (7,219 m / 23,680 ft), Machhapuchhre (6,997 meters / 22,950 ft), and Gangapurna Himal (7,454m / 24,450 ft), that makes this trek worth every penny. 

This trek takes you with the routes of Astam, Kande, Australian Camp, Forest Camp, Low Camp, High Camp, Badal Danda, Kalimati, Pothana, Lwang, and Lumre, relying on the number of days you select to trek and the routes accessible. Furthermore, this is the only trek in Nepal which takes you to the height of 4000m+ just after four days of trekking, that is impressive. The expanding number of tea houses through various fitness levels, as choices for lunch and dinner with lodging are readily accessible. Furthermore, this trek mostly crosses the jungle surrounded with oaks and rhododendrons, so wild life like Mush deer, Langurs, other monkeys of different species, Danfe (Lophophorus), and porcupines can be seen at the time of the trek. 

This trek is hidden treasures where one can revel in majestic peak panoramas, witness wildlife in verdant forests, and traverse rivers and ridges within a single hike. Travel together with the small curving tracks with the forests and finally climb out of the woods to experience amazing vistas of Mardi Himal, Annapurna South, and Machhapuchhre from the Badal Danda. Amazing Mardi-Himal-Trekking is situated just east of one of the most legendary trekking places of Nepal, the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Few trekkers make their way to Mardi-Himal-Trekking supremely placed at the base of Mardi Himal and the Annapurna region’s most prominent mount Machapuchhre literally meaning “Fishtail”. The trail goes together with small winding tracks, with enchanted rhododendron jungles until you climb out of the forest at the height of about 3,300 meters. 

The landscape alters quite unexpectedly into rough high peak landscapes, through stunning vistas of Mardi Himal, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli. Reward yourself with an attractive walking vacation in Nepal. At an inexpensive price get stunning travel memories. Binjuli Adventure assures you that Mardi-Himal-Trekking will doubtlessly become one of the most momentous treks of your life which you can share proudly with others. 


Best season of Mardi-Himal-Trekking

The usual peak seasons for trekking in Nepal are spring and autumn. Hence, plan your trip to Mardi for the months of spring and autumn. Monsoon season is the worst time to do trekking. Leeches, muddy trails, and a cloudy atmosphere make it discouraging for the trekkers. During the winter season, the trail is slippery and dangerous. However, the snow on the hills and trail make it adventurous and also beautiful too. Our recommendation for the amazing journey is either during the spring or autumn season. 

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna-Base-Camp-Trek (ABC) is one of the most famous trekking experiences in Nepal. It is an incredible walk with a distinctive landscape and culture, filled with amazing peak views, terraced fields, quaint Gurung villages, and a broad range of vegetation and animals. Mt. Annapurna (8091m) is the tenth tallest peak in the planet, and the hike to its base camp, which sits at an elevation of 4130m/1354ft, is one of the best treks in Nepal. Furthermore, we reach our location via Mt. Machhapuchhare (Fishtail), which is revered by the Nepalese for its different beauty. Thanks to the well-groomed itinerary of the Annapurna-Base-Camp-Trek package, it is a famous option amidst diverse outdoor fanatics and hikers traveling in groups in Nepal provided by Binjuli Adventure. 

Our Annapurna-Base-Camp-Trek itinerary comprises 10-11 days, that is shorter in comparison to most treks in this region for globetrotters who wish to trek to the base camp of the magnificent mountain but are limited by time. For those who might feel few of the other regions are also strenuous a trek, the Annapurnas have all things from the peaks to jungles and culture. On the other hand, with the Annapurnas, you are not required to trek for days until you feel like you are in the mountains. Even at the time sitting in Pokhara preparing for your trek, you get close-up vistas of the peaks, significantly Fishtail (Machapuchare). 

From day one, you are there, in the mountains. One of the most famous treks to Annapurna Base Camp. Here you get to discover not just one but two base camps: Annapurna and Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Like all the Annapurna treks, you cross villages inhabited by Gurung people. Those are the people whose tough capabilities see them hired into the Indian and British armies and as private security guards all over the globe. And they are very friendly and personable also. The landscape is diverse – from the hot water pools at Jhinu Danda, the mighty Modi Khola river, pine and rhododendron jungels to the high peaks. At both base camps, the vistas of Machhapuchhre through its different fishtail shape, Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, and Annapurna III are amazing. 

There are other peaks on display too, so many to mention! Just a 360-degree panorama of the beautiful mountains – who could ask for more? With the trek’s highest point being at Annapurna Base Camp, 4,130m /13,549ft, there is just one night at high elevation, so there is proportionately less possibility of altitude-linked illnesses on this all-season, eight-day trek. Beginning and ending at Pokhara (we offer transport from / to Kathmandu in our itinerary), this is a beautiful trek filled with amazing flora and fauna, majestic peaks, friendly people, and fun and relaxation by the lake in Pokhara. 


Best time for Annapurna-Base-Camp-Trek

The best time to do Annapurna-Base-Camp-Trek is during the pre-monsoon months of March through to May. It is also appropriate to trek at the time of post-monsoon months from late September till December. It is also possible to trek to Annapurna-Base-Camp during February  and early September but the most preferable time for this trek is as mentioned above.

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