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Makalu Base Camp & Sherpani Pass Trek


 Experience Treks P/Ltd arranges your Makalu base camp & Sherpani Col Pass trek within the great high area of Khumbhakarna Himalayan range & Mt. Everest range of mountains, which includes world’s highest peaks of Mt. Everest 8,848 m/29,028 ft& Mt. Kanchenjunga ranking third at 8,586 meters/28,169 ft and the fifth Mt. Makalu at 8,463 m/27,766 ft with array of smaller peaks, this treks to Makalu & Sherpani Pass is located in the far east of Nepal where trekking leads to remote villages in the less trekked area in this unspoiled region, a perfect wilderness in harmony with pristine natural surroundings.

This awesome adventure start with a scenic flight of Tumlingtar (450 m), the world`s deepest valley with parallel mountains views on the plane, after Tumlingtar an interesting drive to Chinchilla and to Num village situated in the mid hills on the route to Makalu base camp, from here onwards trekking starts well above Arun valley to Makalu base camp & Sherpani Col pass visiting its base camp. The journey first leads into sub-tropic climatic zones following the Arun River upstream to the high hills of cold mountains and alpine climatic to arctic region at Makalu base camp & Barun valley

Adventure leads through yak pastures towards endless ice fields of Mt. Makalu with views of world’s 3rd highest Mt. Kanchenjunga at 8,586 m/28,169 ft, 5th Mt. Makalu at 8,463 m / 27,766 ft massif, world’s highest Mt. Everest 8,848 m/29,028 ft, 4th highest Mt. Lhotse at 8,516 m / 27, 940 ft and array of above 6-7,000 meters peaks of Baruntse and Chamlang. From Makalu Base Camp, one can have an opportunity to view the rare Kangshung East Face of Mt. Everest.

As this is one of the most adventurous and challenging trekking similar to mountaineering skill, in some section beyond Makalu base camp, our route leads to higher camp at the foot of the Barun Glacier making final preparation for the traverse of the three high passes and Cols.

Experience Treks guides will fix ropes on the steepest and technical sections of each passes; our guide will safeguard the passage of the clients/customer and for the staffs. Also, climbing to higher route offering awesome panoramas of the different mountains includes world’s highest mountains Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu to Mt. Kanchenjunga range of peaks.

After passing the final last pass Amphu Labtsa descending to the popular Everest trail, and through Khumbu famous villages of Thyangboche Monastery and Namche Bazaar and then to Lukla “the gateway to Everest” from Lukla a scenic short flight back to Kathmandu after the most memorable and thrilling holiday and experience of a life time in the high Makalu base camp & Sherpani Col pass with Experience Treks.

Trip Highlights:
• Trekking in the high remote areas to world`s 5th highest Mt. Makalu base camp
• Enchanting forest, varieties of rhododendrons, tree lines and vegetations
• Hidden areas of Arun and Barun valleys on the least visited trekking trails
• Amazing trekking and crossing of Sherpani Col to west Col pass to Amphu Labsta (5,840 m)high passes
• Visiting remote farm villages with old traditional, cultures in the mid hills



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Day 01:
Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

Day 02:
A full day guided tour in Kathmandu

Day 03:
Fly to Tumlingtar (450 m) 40 minutes’ flight & trek to Khadbari 1,500 m/3 hrs

Day 04:
Trek Chinchilla 1,800 m/06 hrs.

Day 05:
Trek to Num Village 1,500 m/06 hrs.

Day 06:
Trek to Seduwa 1,493 m/05 hrs.

Day 07:
Trek to Tashi Gaon 2,200 m/04 hrs.

Day 08:
Rest the day at Tashi Gaon & explore.

Day 09:
Trek to Kohma Danda 3,500 m/05 hrs.

Day 10:
Trek to Mumbuk 3,400 m/06 hrs.

Day 11:
Trek to Nehe Kharka 3,750 m/05 hrs.

Day 12:
Trek to Sherson 4,600 m/06 hrs.

Day 13:
Trek to High Camp via MBC at 5,200 m/07 hrs.

Day 14:
Climb to Camp at 5,700 m/04 hrs.

Day 15:
Camp on the Moraine 5,640 m after crossing Sherpani Col
(6,146 m) Pass/6-7 hrs

Day 16:
Trek to Panch Pokhari 5,480 m/05 hrs.

Day 17:
Cross Amphu Labtsa pass 5,780 m to Imjatse valley 4,970
m/6-7 hrs

Day 18:
Trek to Dingboche 4,340 m / 06 hrs.

Day 19:
Trek to Tengboche Monastery3,867m / 05 hrs.

Day 20:
Trek to Monjo 2,780 m through Namche Bazaar-06 hrs.

Day 21:
Trek to Lukla-05 hrs.

Day 22:
Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

Day 23:
Free the day in Kathmandu or full day guided sightseeing.

Day 24:
Transfer to airport for international departure.

Service includes

• Airport pick up & drop off by private vehicles
• KTM to Tumlingtar and Lukla to KTM airfare for member and staff/s
• 4 Nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on 3 star category B/B plan
• 2 days sightseeing in Kathmandu valley by private vehicle & professional tour guide
First day: Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath & Swayambhunath
Next day: Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan & Bhaktapur
• TIMS & National park entry permit fee
• Basic accommodation during the trek
• Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner during trek
• English speaking guide & porter during trek
• Food and salary for staff and porter
• Trekking gears for the local trekking staffs (shoes, jacket & trouser)
• Insurance for local trekking staffs
• First Aid Kit box/bag

Service does not include
• Nepal entry visa fee, Photographs & international flights fare
• Meals in Kathmandu (lunch & dinner)
• Personal nature expanses: telephone calls, cyber bills, bar bills, laundry service, battery recharge bills, hot shower (On trek),washing water, pots of hot drinks, bottle/boiled water, alcoholic and soft drinks
• Additional cost incurred due to extending your stay at hotel due to cancel and delay of flight because of poor visibility due to heavy raining/snowing/cloudy from Tumlingtar airport & go fly into Tumlingtar from Kathmandu too.
• Essential trekking gears
• Travel & health insurance
• Tipping for all trekking staffs (guide & porter/s)
• An emergencies or rescue evacuation cost/charge (helicopter), if required

Day 01:
Arrive in Kathmandu. Pick up and transfer to hotel.
On reaching at Kathmandu international airports our Experience Treks staff will receive and transfer you to respective hotel, at the hotel our guide will brief with orientation program of the hotel, Kathmandu city, trekking, do`s and don’ts and other related information.

Day 02:
Fly to Tumlingtar (450 m) 40 minutes’ flight and camp.
Start this wonderful adventure with an early morning flight of Tumlingtar with awesome views of snow-capped mountains from Langtang Himal, Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Makalu. On reaching Tumlingtar town located on a shelf above the Arun River, our trekking staff will receive with overnight camp by the town with time for short walk around the village.

Day 03:
Drive to Chinchilla 1,800 m/04 hrs.
This awesome adventure with Experience Treks starts with a scenic drive for 04 hours of rural farm villages. The ride climbs gradually towards Khadbari; the major town of Makalu region area, a busy bazaar on Saturday market day, the road from here leads up passing several villages and then to the small village at Chinchilla. Chinchilla a growing village with dozen of houses has a superb view of Mt. Makalu 8,463 m and the Kumbhakarna mountain range.

Day 04:
Trek to Num village 1,500 m/06 hrs.
Catch the first view of Mt. Makalu and its satellite peaks from Chinchilla, the first day walk to Num village follows through serene forest of rhododendron, Oaks and hemlocks with a climb to the ridge top. From here downhill for two hours of the overnight stop at Num; a small village from here a good view of the route for the next day.

Day 05:
Trek to Seduwa 1,493 m/05 hrs.
Morning walk down the steep terraced slopes towards Arun River, this lower slope is densely forested on reaching the bottom; cross the bridge over torrential Arun River (740 m) from here climb out of the rain forest, reaching at Runruma village then a climb of one hour to Seduwa village with a small primary school, overnight at center of the village.

Day 06:
Trek to Tashi Gaon 2,200 m/04 hours.
From here, the trek to Tashi Gaon is a short walk of four hours of lunch and camp at Tashi Gaon. The trek through scattered farm villages and terraces then reaching at Tashi Gaon;a Sherpa village; a little different to the Sherpa of Everest, in the way that they live in being settled in the low warm areas and are engaged more in agriculture with afternoon time to visit the area around.

Day 07:
Rest the day at Tashi Gaon.
As this is the last human settlement and the only village before Makalu Base Camp for a week, a complete rest day is necessary. This allows porters as well as you to rest before the walk Makalu base camp & Barun valley area.

Day 08:
Trek to Kohma Danda 3,500 m/05 hrs.
After this village, morning walk for an hour leads through enchanting botanical wonders of rhododendron and Oaks forest, on leaving the forest to a summer pastures and onwards to Kohama ridge which leads to a strenuous uphill climb. After the good climb reaching to an open area at Kohamadanda for the overnight camp, this lovely spot offers grand view of Mt. Kanchenjunga the world’s third highest with Mt. Makalu from here onwards one can feel the cold fresh air of the Himalaya.

Day 09:
Trek to Mumbuk 3,400 m/06 hrs.
With the superb morning view, the trek continues on the gradual slopes with few ups and down through Thulo Pokhari (big pond) and Sano Pokhari (small pond). From here cross the pass of Tutu-la at 4,075 m and on the downhill path to Mumbuk with a small clear spot in the middle of forest of pines, hemlock, birch and rhododendrons trees.

Day 10:
Trek to Nehe Kharka 3,750 m/05 hrs.
From this camp view of Kumbukarna Himal through the tree lines, the walk from here leads to downhill to Barun valley, one of the least unexplored places in the Himalayan region. This unique Makalu-Barun National Park is enriched with 3,000 species of flowering plants, 440 bird species and 75 species of mammals, including the endangers clouded leopard, red panda and musk deer. The remarkable bio-diversity is considered to be a global significance and provides a living zeological and botanical place for international scientific research. On reaching Barun Valley the walk is easy about small uphill slopes, following the Barun River upstream towards Nehe kharka a summer pastures for the overnight camp.

Day 11:
Trek to Sherson 4,600 m/06 hrs.
After days of interesting trekking reaching to the highlight of this wonderful adventure to Makalu Base Camp at Sherson morning, walk across the Barun River by way of the couple wooden bridges, a large prayer wall of Ramara. After 03 hours walk the vegetation gets sparse for rhododendron, barberries, cotoneaster and juniper bushes which exists for some time, this nice day's walk lead to high alpine to Sherson with views of Barun glacier and the towering majestic Mt. Sherson; is also the lower base camp of Mt. Makalu with superb views of peaks including the upper part of Makalu south face, Mt. Baruntse 7,220 m and peak 4.

Day 12:
Free the day for acclimatization and day hike.
A well deserved rest day free from daily routine of packing, at Sherson there are many interesting hike and view points to explore, hike above the camp for the grand view of Mt. Makalu, Barun Pokhari including the rare East Face of Mt. Everest; the Kanshung Face.

Day 13:
Trek to High Makalau Base Camp 4,800 m/03 hrs.
After a nice rest day, the walk leads to remote and high area towards higher base camp of Makalu, walking and climbing for about three hours to reach the snout of Barun glacier close to its glacial pond. On reaching the high Makalu high camp, after the camp is set a short hike around, a climb to the top ridge offers excellent views of Mt. Makalu and of east side of Lhotse and Everest above the Barun glacier towards North West, then spending the afternoon at leisure and preparing for next big adventure.

Day 14:
Trek to High Camp at 5,200 m/04 hrs.
Morning climb leads westwards below Makalu western pillar of the altitude rises gradually, from here taking slower with rest in between on this high terrain, our route follows with a climb on an ablation valley on the western side of Barun glacier. Then walking through the valley onto the glacier making our path of boulders and strewn caves of ice then to our overnight camp which is also known as Puja Camp beneath the towering West Pillar of Mt. Makalu`s from each camp onwards offers an awe inspiring views of towering world’s highest mountains.

Day 15:
Climb to Camp at 5,700 m/04 hrs.
On leaving the last camp trek follows a steep ascent of the rocky slopes to the west bank of Barun peak, then climbing to a line of cairns leading to a valley to a glacier of Sherpani Col. Overnight camp on the bottom of ice cliffs at the terminus of glaciers.

Day 16:
Rest days or contingency day
A necessary rest day here for acclimatization and preparation before the tough climb higher with a fabulous views of giant Makalu`s West Face and West Pillar at this elevation. On this rest day unique holidays, expert climbing guides will scout the route and make the passage accessible by fixing ropes on necessary sections of the pass.

Day 17:
Camp on the Moraine 5,640 m after crossing Sherpani Col. Pass.
Starting early before the crack at dawn leading on the icy snout of Sherpani glacier, from here three separate Col`s provides access to the cirque, then taking the most proper and accessible routes. According to the prevailing conditions, our climb follows on steep snow covered slopes with the backup of fixed ropes which our guides had set up on the previous day. From the Col rope up to cross the glacier to the rocky crest of the West Col. This stunning cirque is framed by the sweep of Baruntse's icy ridges to the north, the vast cliffs of Makalu, the wall of Chamlang to the south and the majestic Ama Dablam towards west. After a good rest, a descending from this Col on fixed lines leading towards Hongu Glacier and ending this long tough day with a pleasant walk over snow slopes down to the overnight camp on the moraines near Baruntse base camp.

Day 18:
Trek to Panch Pokhari 5,480 m/05 hrs.
After the camp near Baruntse peak, morning walk leads to Panch Pokhari meaning “five ponds” or lakes on the base of our next adventure over Amphu Laptsa pass. Trek leads across wider area of upper Hongu Basin near towards Kang Leyamura peak at 6,430 meters. Then following the rocky glacier in the beginning, head towards a moraine reaching to our campsite at the bottom Amphu Labtsa pass 5,780 meters.

Day 19:
Rest the day at Panch Pokhari.
Another rest day after the hard climb of previous days, today relax and save energy for the last final pass crossing of Amphu Labtsa, our expert guides will scout up the area and will fix ropes where necessary on some technical sections for the safe descend towards Imjatse valley.

Day 20:
Cross Amphu Labtsa pass 5,780 m to Imjatse valley 4,970 m.
Today another Big Day! For the last traverse of this awesome adventure, starting early before dawn leading to a climb a top the pass, from the top of the pass with striking panorama of Lhotse South Face and Lhotse Shar and the popular trekking peak Island or Imjatse Peak, check all our clients, staff and porters, then needs to lower down some 150 meters to the relatively less steep ground below the pass. Similarly, loads have to be carefully loaded with checking every member of the group, then slowly and carefully descending on rope support and ice axe if required, reach on the safe area, from top of the pass by early afternoon everybody should be off the snow line. Once on the safe ground, a nice walk leads to an ablation valley by the side of the Imja Glacier, reaching the Imjatse valley onto Everest and Khumbu area. From here onwards, rest of the walk will be much easier all the way to Lukla. After the long descent, overnight camp within Imjatse valley near on route Island Peak base camp.

Day 21:
Trek to Dingboche 4,340 m/06 hrs.
After the week of hard and tough days, from here on a pleasant track, starting the morning on normal trekking time, walk on the well define trail towards a small settlement of Chhukung; our first encounter into human settlement of weeks in isolation. After a nice break here probably for lunch from here, a slow descend on this wide Imjatse valley to Dingboche village for overnight stop in comfort of nice cozy lodge.

Day 22:
Trek to Tengboche/Thyangboche 3,867 m /05 hrs.
After a wonderful time of this quiet village, morning walk leads on the winding gradual path overlooking grand views of Kwangde, Thamserku, Kangtenga and Ama Dablam peaks and forested hills, the walk leads on the well trekked area after few hours of good walks reaching at Pangboche village at 3,900 meters. After a break here, the walk continue to the famed Thyangboche monastery on the easy downhill path to an hour of the bridge over Imjatse River, after crossing the bridge on the good trail and back into the lush forest of pines, birch and rhododendron trees. From a nice spot of Deboche, an uphill climb for 45 minutes brings you at the famous Tengboche and its monastery, walking uphill into tree lines with thick vegetation to the famous Thyangboche Monastery for overnight stop, this is an amazing scenic spot on awesome views of Ama Dablam, Kangtenga, Thamserku, Kwangde and Mt. Everest, this place is also a holy spot of the head lama (Rinpoche) of the monastery besides here. In this monastery, mountaineers take blessing from the high lama priest for better success and safe expedition.

Day 23:
Trek to Monjo 2,780 m through Namche Bazaar 06 hrs.
Morning walk begins with a descend to Imjatse River at Phungi Tenga, here after crossing the bridge a steep uphill for an hour then with gentle winding walk all the way to Namche Bazaar, ( for energetic people,they can use the route to Namche visiting Everest view hotel or Khumjung and Khunde villages) from Namche on the downhill path to Dudh Koshi River bank, from here with short ups and downs to reach the Sagarmatha National Park entrance and then Monjo village for overnight stop in this nice village.

Day 24:
Trek to Lukla-05 hrs.
The last final day trek of this wonderful walking journey to Lukla, apart from few short up hills the only long climb is just before Lukla which takes 45 minutes from the old big Oak tree. On reaching Lukla check into respective lodges and last day dinner with the fellow Sherpa crew, porters and trekking members.

Day 25:
Fly to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Normally, it’s a short scenic flight of Kathmandu in the early morning. Because of the wind in the afternoon; the flight can be delayed sometime due to bad weather, this scenic flight from Lukla of 35 minutes reaches to Kathmandu with awesome views during the flight. On reaching Kathmandu domestic terminal, our staffs will receive and transfer you back to respective hotel.

Day 26:
Free the day at leisure.
We have reserved this day in case of flight delay at Lukla if all goes well a free day in Kathmandu, inform our staff for short sightseeing tours of and around Kathmandu valley.

Day 27:
Transfer to airport for international departure.
Last days in the magic awesome Himalaya and with grand memorable time in the mountains with Experience Treks, as per your flight time, our staff transfers you to airport for your final departure for home country or another destination.


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Health Requirements
You are preparing for a trek in the higher altitudes of remote Himalayan region. Hence during this treks, the physically, emotionally & mentally demanding mountain trek & you may face Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), if you trek/hike quickly/ascended too fast as well as other health related problems. In this regard, Experience Treks strongly recommends for those travelers with pre-existing medical conditions like heart, lungs and blood pressure/diseases make know to us before booking this trip.

Experience Requirements
The remote mountain trekking requires 4 – 6 hours walking in per day a basis and at times it even exceeds to 7 – 8 hours depending on your walking pace, age groups, weather condition & seasons. Despite this fact, we do not suggest you for mandatory hiking or technical climbing experiences. Yet, it will be better if you have a regular jogging habit of few weeks before booking this trip.

Travel Insurance
Experience Treks does not sell or arranges any kind of insurance plan/packages for foreigners except local staff/s. Yet, it will be mandatory to join our trips that you should be insured for comprehensive expenses that may arise from the trip for your own safety. Your Insurance plan must be covering medical/travel issues as well as unforeseen accidents that may occur to the trips. In such a case, you may to take the facility like an air ambulance, helicopter rescue, Clinical attention and so on.

Acclimatization
Trekking in higher altitudes may even cost the life of travelers! The more you go higher elevation/height, the lesser will be availability of Oxygen pressure in the air. Therefore, your body requires a few days too many days to adopt the newer situation/climate in an environment with less oxygen. The higher you climb the more will be the possibility of undergoing through Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) problems. Hence, Experience Treks`s itineraries are extremely concern on this problem/issue. With our expert team, you can easily cops with altitude sickness problems. The AMS will attract you after 3,000 m. The Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA), non-profitable medical institution recommends to all trekkers/hikers to ascend slowly after 3,000 m (either ascends 300 m each day or every 600 m spend an extra night, the same altitude). The rule is slowly ascents to go higher elevation to be safe!

Trekking Crew Arrangement
To facilitate the best trekking experience in the Himalayas, Experience Treks has arranged most hospitable as it is possible, more professional and long-terms experienced crew members. Your local trip member/s will have most extensive knowledge about mountain trails, mountain names & its height/elevation, people & their cultures, religions, socio-cultural aspects, eco-system, flora & fauna, geography of the respective treks/trips and history of the local regions. Besides, our crew members are fully undergone through Rock climbing, Ice climbing, Mountaineering, Intensive wilderness First Aid knowledge, Trekking guides, Eco trekking, knowledge about Responsible tourism business, Sustainable development, English language, Conservation & preservation basic knowledge and Bio-diversity trainings.

Meals Facilities
During the trek in the mountains, you will be served 3 times meals a day with typical Nepali food/meal along with Tibetan, Chinese, Indian, Continental & Italian dishes, depending on your choices. You will have an access to have hot chocolate, tea and other hot drinks as well, breads and snack as well in the camping/tented treks. The early morning breakfast and dinner will be served at the same tea houses or at the local lodges where you spend the night. At times, you too have to enjoy the breakfast and the lunch at the camping overnights sites. Unlike this, you will take your lunch on the way in the mountain trails in the side trips/day excursion. The lunch will be prepared for your team member of the camping/tented treks & in teahouse/lodges treks at local lodge/guest houses. At the climax of the trip, you will enjoy a trip celebration dinner in Kathmandu.

Accommodations Arrangements
During your stay in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan & other cities, you will enjoy the budget accommodation to best class hotel /resorts accommodation depending on your budget, interest & hobbies where as on the other hand in the mountain trail, you will have to adjust at twin sharing, double bed & single bed rooms basis accommodations at the standard lodges or tea houses, mostly common sharing bathroom & toilet/rest rooms. However, you have to consider the remoteness of travelled places where single room may not be feasible at all the times & need to be the share with someone else in the peak season. Most of the teahouses/lodges are either double bed rooms or twin sharing rooms. Some of the majors trekking destinations, there are deluxe comfortable hotels & Resorts is also available.

Porter Care
We are tremendously concern over the rights of the porters who facilitate traveler`s adventure dreams in the Himalayas. Without porters hard working, your dream to go to mountains will not be certain/guaranteed. It is our serious concern that the porters should be well paid, make sure their warm clothing, well equipped and treated equally even in the harsh situation in the remote Himalayas. In case of emergency situations, we give equal to rescue facilities as other team members get in the adverse situation in the higher altitude including rescue services by Helicopter. Besides this, we too are concern about International Porter Protection Group (IPPG) which works in the field of trekking porter/s by protecting the rights of porter, basic language training to express their problems, make sure for enough warm clothing & other equipment, compulsory Insurance facility. In doing so, we recommend all our trekkers in the Himalayas just to keep their luggage under 30 kg so that it can be handled by porters smoothly in the higher mountains. If possible, try to make about 25 Kg. over 4,000 m & high passes.

Environmental Concerns
Being human beings, it is our responsibility to protect natural & cultural order, to conserve environment and to love nature. Himalayan region is ecologically very much fragile and hence we try to practice “to leave just footprints and take photos” so that future generation will to have chances to experience the beauty of Himalayan region. Respecting natural balance and being sensible towards local environment yields into protecting local cultures as well. Hence, our trip operations tremendously focus on environmental issues in the Himalayas and thereby eco-tourism.

Trekking Group Arrangement
Experience Treks generally provides one trek guide/trekking leaders for the trip operation and porter/s for luggage carrying. It means if there are 4 trekkers, there will be one trek guide & two porters. In the case of porter/s arrangements, there will be one porter for each two paying trekker. This arrangements helps to carry out the trip smoothly even in the adverse situation. Our trips generally accommodate the group of 10 people at a time. Despite this arrangement, we can adjust or run the trips over than 10 people at a time as well as.

Best Seasons
The best seasons of travelling/trekking in the Himalayas are autumn season (September-November) and spring season (March-May). Apart from these two seasons, there is a possibility of trekking in the Himalayas even in the winter and summer seasons which is called off-seasons. In the winter season, cold, snowing & flight delay or cancellation slightly affects the trips & high passes could be closed. But, travelling/trekking in the summer season comes with tremendous rewards for a passionate botanist despite of rainy days, flooding, landslides, flight delay or cancellation like winter season. It will be great in the least rain fall regions & high passes, where are lots of wild orchid blooming.

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If you are in need of more information on any kinds of trips, please contact us at Tel: +977 14429204, +977 9841969631, +977 9803810253 | Email : info@experiencenepaltreks.com.np
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