Great Himalaya trek

Trip Description

The great Himalayan trek, the name itself is self explanatory that this is an exclusive adventure holiday. The trek usually is combined with expedition, so that it is the longest trekking. It takes about 2 months to complete this trekking. The great Himalayan trekking is designed to impart you full enjoyment of the incredible landscapes of the remote and Himalayan region of the country and equally impart you maximum adventure by taking you through remote mountain valleys such as Nar Phu valley, Langtang valley, high mountain passes like Dhaulagiri Thapa pass, Manaslu Larke La pass, Sing La pass, the mountain lakesides namely Tilicho lake and leading you through beautiful charming settlement of various ethnic groups namely Sherpa, Gurung, Tamang, Ghale, Bahun, Chhetri and help you explore the blend of culture of those diverse ethnic communities, their unique rituals, lifestyles and many more. This great Himalayan trek leads you from the lowest point of the earth to the high altitude, therefore, you have to be physically fit and mentally prepared to cope up with any sort of challenges you may face during this longest trekking you ever travel through.
During the trekking, you will have trip to some of the highest mountains namely Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m) Annapurna (8,091 m) and you will have awesome views of the mountain vistas above 6,000 meter. You will usually follow yet unexplored trail and pass through charming settlements where hardly a few tourists have traveled to and explored their lifestyles.
During the trekking you first embark to Pokhara, the picturesque valley and then begin your trekking alongside of Kali Gandaki river, you will pass through beautiful settlements of various ethnic groups and then have trekking to remote and isolated areas, from where you will have stunning mountain vistas of Mt. Dhaulagiri and Mt. Annapurna Himalayan region, pass through glaciers, and pass through mountain passes namely French pass (5,360 m), and Thapa pass (5,200 m) and then continue trekking to Tilicho lakeside located in the Annapurna Himalayan region. The lake is situated at the 4,900 m, the highest point of earth and then head up to Nar Phu, the remote and isolated Himalayan valley popular for Tibetan culture and rituals. After exploring all around, you then enter in to Manaslu Himalayan region. Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m) is the world´s eighth highest mountains passing through Larke La pass (5,135 m), you trek around Mt. Manaslu. Similarly, you continue trekking to the remote and isolated valley and passing Sing La pass (4,650 m) and then Ganja La Pass (5,200 m), finally you enter into Mt. Langtang Himalayan region and then retrace back to Kathmandu.