Ganesh Himal Trek

Ganesh Himal Trek

Ganesh Himal trek can be considered as off the beaten trek in Nepal. It is named from the elephant-headed God which stands for good fortune. The sight of Ganesh Himal can be viewed from Kathmandu valley and it looks amazing when sun rises in the morning and sets in the evening. The Ganesh Himal ranges from the Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, Ganesh IV, Paldor and Childor to Mt. Manaslu (8,163m), the 7th highest mountain in the world. The trek to this Himal is considered as an un-spoiled area in terms of uniqueness of culture and natural beauty.  Thus, this area is away from tourists. However, there is the possibility of seeing the tradition of a particular Tamang community at the end of the treks, which was same since 18th century. The valley is set by the blossom of double Jasmine: the Spanish oak and blue pine makes the forest dense in spring and the blossoming of Rhododendron sets the forest through the spectacular array of colors. The hot spas, gorges, glaciers and magnificent scenery makes the picture completed. The panoramic views of Ganesh Himal can be explored from the interesting hill stations. Thus, we recommend those people who want to get authentic experience of Nepal.

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Trip Highlights

Destination : Singla Bhanjyang (4750m) 
Group Size : Min - 1
Maximum altitude : 4750 Meter
Grade :Moderate
Season : Spring & Autumn
Accommodation : Hotel and  Lodge
Duration : 18 Days
Entry : Betrawati 
Exit : Gorkha 

  • Fantastic Views of Mountain with attractive Landscape.
  • Explore the pilgrimage site of both Hindu and Buddhist.
  • Crossing the Pangsang pass and the Singla Pass.Exploring typical Nepalese lifestyles, historical site, great scenery of Himalayan panorama, walking through beautiful terrace farmlands, sparkling waterfalls and tranquil lakes.