A lesser known, yet fascinatingly adventurous: Mardi Himal Trek is a gem of a trek which just recently opened for trekking in 2012. Mardi Himal Trek takes you through a diverse geographical topography with such pace and abrupt changes that you are left to admire the wondrous region. This trek, being both teahouse and camping trek offers you the luxury of enjoying a plethora of natural wilderness while providing you the option to rest and experience traditional food and culture in the teahouses and lodges. The journey is an entertaining, madness mix of adventure and luxury that, surprisingly enough ensures you are never overwhelmed or bored by neither.
Mardi Himal Trek 12 days begins with your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Kathmandu, being the capital of the country is the trade and business hub of the nation. Nevertheless, it is exceptionally rich in diverse religion and culture as well as the heritage that reflect those traditional practices. We spend a day visiting some of the major attractions of the city. We drive to Pokhara, another city that blows your mind with the elegant combination of natural beauty and modern hospitality. We again drive to Kande where the actual trekking of our journey begins. We walk downhill to reach Pothana and go uphill to reach Deurali. We then take a short hike to reach Low Camp (3,050m) and successively ascend to High Camp (3,600m). From the High Camp, we go to Mardi Base Camp (4,500m) which offers the ecstatic joy to each person who dreams of being in the cradle of pristine nature and amass sheer joy and excitement. The panoramic view of Machhapuchhre (6,997m), Annapurna South (7,219m), Hiunchuli (6,441m) and numerous other peaks is simply breath-taking and is a genuine pleasure to watch. We don’t have to retrace our steps but instead, we goto Siding village and return back to Pokhara to end our wonderful journey.
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“A trek to define pure soul in heavenly earth” I was with my few friends on this trekking adventure. I was speechless, seeing its natural beauty. The ‘City of Lakes’, Pokhara is a lively city and we enjoy its beauty during the night before our trek begun. Next morning we began our trek to Pothana. We get to see the beautiful terraced farms and human settlements along the way.The fact that those settlements are situated on the base of serene mountains makes it even more exciting. The uphill trek is also filled with scenic views of wonderful landscapes. We also get to see the views of the beautiful Ghandruk village. We walk through pine and rhododendron forests whilst enjoying the sunrise over the mountain ranges. The walk is simply mesmerizing and we feel the excitement. We follow an uphill trail on a mixed terrain. We finally reach the Mardi Himal Base Camp where we can get an amazing view of Machhapuchhre, Mardi Himalaya and numerous mountains of the Annapurna region. Mardi Himalaya is truly an unseen gem yet. It was wonderful trek into natural and fresh environment. Credit goes to: Anil for arranging such a wonderful trek.
What a great Company My Partner and I had a Great on This Trekking We book 12 Days Mardi Himal Trek with Reasonable Treks And Tour The Owner Mr.Anil organization Trekking Mardi Himal Trek and He is Recommended A guide And potter when he was available to take us our amazing and fantastic Trip to Mardi Himal Trek. Anil was so Professional and gave me the Best Reasonable cost This Trip!! Last Days He also took me out to farewell dinner in typical Nepali restaurant with cultural dance show that I loved Thank you Anil for giving me the best memories of my lifetime Thank you so much Anil we will back Next Time!!!.
Sheltered by the Annapurna Massif, is the Mardi Himal Trek harbors bewitching natural wonders and graceful ethnic communities. Annapurna, literal meaning in Nepali being the giver of food and nourishment, has civilizations that have flourished in its lush hills and the dry rain shadow areas alike. To trek through this region is a dream for most trekkers as it combines most things they seek for in one package. Iconic peaks such as the Machhapuchhre (6997m) and Hiunchuli (6441m) along with the notoriously dangerous and massive Annapurna (8091m) lie in this region. Dotted around the trails are villages of the charming Gurung, Manangi and the Thakali communities.
Nepali are known to be naturally graceful in nature. It's no different in the Mardi Himal Trek. Teahouses have sprung around the trekking regions, where you go from one teahouse to the next till you complete the trek. Tea houses offer basic accommodation and meals. These lodges are located along the routes and offer basic twin rooms, attached or common bathrooms, a dining room, and the ability to use wifi or take a hot shower at an extra cost. In addition to this, there are options for luxury treks where you can spend time on wonderful lodges and mini-hotels, which provide you with the most luxurious experience if you are ready to pay.
You can take a flight, bus or hire a vehicle to travel to the Mardi Himal Trek. The most famous starting point of any trips in the Annapurna region is Pokhara. There is an established trekking infrastructure, with an easy access to start the trek at around an hours’ distance from Pokhara. From Pokhara, you have a choice if you want to start your trek right away or travel to the next destination by a vehicle. You will find plenty of buses leaving for different places every day at different times. You will need to get tickets to travel by buses in order to get a seat. After you reach the higher altitudes in the region, you find comparatively fewer vehicles.
You may not get the fanciest meals as you head to remote areas, but you sure will get the fascinating taste of food and a variety to choose from even in such places. The most popular meal you can get here is the Dal Bhat set. It includes Rice, lentils, vegetables and even meat in some places. Three Dal Bhat meals a day and you are ready to go. You will also find various other food items such as soups, momos, noodles etc. Look out for bakeries, they will have items such as bread and doughnuts.
You have to keep in mind that you must carry only what is needed. Even if you have a porter, there are weight limits in such agreements. Thus, you should only care to take the essentials that will be used on your trip. The ideal backpack would consist of:
You should have a proper bag that can accommodate all the necessities. If you hire a porter, you can add another bag under the weight limit for your porter to carry.
It is completely up to you to hire guides and porters. But it surely is highly recommended that you do so. Not only will the guide help you in the trek by leading you to your destination, but he will also be your Nepali companion for the trek. He will help with dealings to be made in lodges, communicate in Nepalese in the villages and other necessities during the trek. The number of guides and porters vary depending on the number of guests and the amount of luggage. This may not be fixed precisely in advance due to unpredictable conditions in the mountains.
Wi-Fi is now widely available in most of the teahouses and lodges in the trekking area, albeit the speeds are lower, but as you trek to higher altitudes the speed may be far slower than what you may be used to. The connection may also be disrupted by weather conditions. The lodges generally sell Wifi card for NRs. 350 or NRs. 500. As you climb further in altitude, the standard lodges there are very cheap, and one of the factors is they don’t provide electricity for luxuries like charging your electronics. You need to pay hourly up to 2-4 USD for that, it is advised to take a fully charged power bank so you have something to rely on when you climb higher.
Your group size can vary according to your preference. However, you have to note that the larger the group, the more porters and guides are required for the smooth operation of the trek. If you are going on camping treks, you will be needing crew members skilled in navigating along with guides, porters and cooks. Other than this, the normal teahouse treks warrant reasonable guides, assistant guides, and ample porters. There will not be other difficulties as the routes are already well established, and can accommodate even larger groups. Apart from this, you may travel alone if you wish but that depends upon the agreement that you are responsible for your own safety.
We recommend that you bring some medications that you would normally use for a headache, flu, stomach problems, and other common sicknesses along with you. In addition to this, your trekking guide will also most likely be traveling with a first aid kit. Most guides are also well versed in first aid procedure and basic medical and life aid, which they have garnered through training and experience. There are small medical stations around the villages, which can help with primary treatment. The prominent hospitals are down in Pokhara, which you can get to through helicopter rescues if things go very uncharacteristically awry.
Traveling by the domestic airlines in Nepal can be a real headache. Due to the unpredictable weather changes, you can face flight delays and even cancellations. This might disrupt your trekking schedule. Thus it is best to schedule your flight a day ahead so that if in any case your flight is canceled, you can take the next flight and reach in time for your trek. Or, the best next alternative is to travel by road. You can get tickets for public buses or hire private jeeps/vans to travel to your destination. Traveling by bus can be extremely cheaper than traveling by air or hiring vehicles. The alternatives to any unpredictable situations during travel are usually arranged by travel agencies. However, the additional costs of these services have to be paid by you since they are not covered by the agreement between you and the travel agency.
Altitude sickness can happen to anyone. At high altitudes, you have to maintain a slow and steady pace giving your body the least amount of work to do. Once you ascend an altitude of 3000 meters, you have to take a step further in being careful. The worst part here is that altitude sickness cannot be cured or removed in an instant. It can lead to other problems such as high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE)! As soon as you see the symptoms (shortness of breath, fatigue, insomnia, headache, nausea, etc.) of it, it is best to descend right away. Medications such as Diamox can help you to minimize the effects of the altitude sickness. It is better to stay hydrated, get adequate rest and acclimatize to the location to avoid this sickness.
One of the most important things you must know before going off a trek is to know the best time to go on the trek. It isn't as easy as going off whenever you want to. The climate and the unpredictable weather during particular seasons can make a big difference in your experience of the trek. It is best to avoid the monsoon and peak winter season for treks in the Mardi Himal Trek. The ideal time to trek is considered to be around October to early December and late February to April. There is a lower risk of heavy snowfall and dangerous slippery trails. You'll find the perfect weather, dry trails and the best possible views.
When you are traveling at altitudes like that of the Mardi Himal Trek, you can face unexpected circumstances at any time during the journey. You must get yourself a good insurance policy that covers such situations. Many travel insurance companies do not have policies that cover high altitude traveling. Be sure to check your insurance policy. If you get injured or if you need immediate evacuation, you will require a rescue team to come for you. In dire cases, one might require a helicopter rescue, or might have to be carried back by a yak or horse. Rescue services such as hiring a helicopter can be really expensive. It is best to have insurance to cover all of these charges. You can find insurance providers who also cover your insurance at high altitudes.
You will not have a hard time finding a travel agency that will arrange for you a decent journey to the Mardi Himal Trek. You can schedule a trek at your choice of destination online or in person. Or you can also place your interest and the travel agency will give you the perfect time to leave for your trek. Terms and agreements applied, you will have to comply with the demands set by the agencies before booking your trip. You will be required to send necessary documents such as passports, and advanced payment for your confirmation. You can be charged a certain amount of money depending upon the agency if you want to cancel a booking.
Acclimatization is a vital aspect of any high altitude travel. It is a process by which your body develops an increase in the number of red blood cells which increases the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. This lowers your risk of getting altitude sickness. Acclimatization may require several hours up to a day or two. Your body needs time to adjust to the new climate and thus function accordingly. It is recommended that you spend a night or more at every checkpoint you reach so that your body can acclimatize to the climate. You can get enough rest and also enjoy the surroundings while you're at it.
We provide the price per person is fixed as stated below. We provide a 5% discount for a booking of 5 or more than 5 people. If a group booking of more than 15 people we provide discount up to 10% for your trip.
Note: Start date is your arrival date in Nepal and end date is the returning date from Nepal.
|Start Date||End Date||Cost||Status||Booking|
|12 August, 2020||23 August, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|15 August, 2020||26 August, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|18 August, 2020||29 August, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|21 August, 2020||01 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|24 August, 2020||04 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|27 August, 2020||07 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|29 August, 2020||09 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|31 August, 2020||11 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|Start Date||End Date||Cost||Status||Booking|
|01 September, 2020||12 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|03 September, 2020||14 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|06 September, 2020||17 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|09 September, 2020||20 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|12 September, 2020||23 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|15 September, 2020||26 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|18 September, 2020||29 September, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|21 September, 2020||02 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|24 September, 2020||05 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|27 September, 2020||08 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|30 September, 2020||11 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|Start Date||End Date||Cost||Status||Booking|
|01 October, 2020||12 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|03 October, 2020||14 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|06 October, 2020||17 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|09 October, 2020||20 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|12 October, 2020||23 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|15 October, 2020||26 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|18 October, 2020||29 October, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|21 October, 2020||01 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|24 October, 2020||04 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|27 October, 2020||07 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|29 October, 2020||09 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|31 October, 2020||11 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|Start Date||End Date||Cost||Status||Booking|
|01 November, 2020||12 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|03 November, 2020||14 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|06 November, 2020||17 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|09 November, 2020||20 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|12 November, 2020||23 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|15 November, 2020||26 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|18 November, 2020||29 November, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|21 November, 2020||02 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|24 November, 2020||05 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|27 November, 2020||08 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|30 November, 2020||11 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|Start Date||End Date||Cost||Status||Booking|
|01 December, 2020||12 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|03 December, 2020||14 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|06 December, 2020||17 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|09 December, 2020||20 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|12 December, 2020||23 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|15 December, 2020||26 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|18 December, 2020||29 December, 2020||US 835 $||Available|
|21 December, 2020||01 January, 2021||US 835 $||Available|
|24 December, 2020||04 January, 2021||US 835 $||Available|
|29 December, 2020||09 January, 2021||US 835 $||Available|
|31 December, 2020||11 January, 2021||US 835 $||Available|
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