Iternational Arrival In Kathmandu Ariport Success Treks Member Pick up you Here.
One of the airport representatives of Success Travels & Treks will be waiting outside the airport for welcoming you to our beautiful city along with a signboard on his hand showing our company name. Then we will transfer you to your hotel in a private tourist vehicle. You will have your night stay in this hotel.
Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and the valley
In the morning after your breakfast, we will arrange a pre-trip meeting at the hotel. We will introduce you with the trekking leader and assistance guide. Our team will provide you with a duffel bag, T-shirt and a cap. For the meeting you have to bring your passport, four pp-sized photographs copies of your travel insurance policies. Please clear your due if there is any during this meeting and sign the form of a legally binding trip as well as a non-liability disclaimer. In addition, please be responsive to inform us if your arrival is late.
After breakfast, our sightseeing starts in a private vehicle along with a tour guide. Our destinations are Boudhnath Stupa, Pashupatinath temple and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Boudhnath Stupa is the biggest Buddhists shrine in the world. We can see monks surrounding Boudhnath Stupa and praying at monasteries. Pashupatinath Temple, is a great Hindu Temple of the country situated on the Bagmati River bank. We can see sadhus meditating, occasionally burning funeral pyres and pilgrims bathing there on ghat. Finally, we will go to Bhaktapur Durbar Square where temples of Pagoda and Sikhara style grouped around 55-windows palace made of wood and brick to see. Statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, the Lion gate, the golden gate, art galleries are all the attractions of Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
Then you all will be free to explore by yourself, do shopping and more .You will be staying in a hotel at night.
Fly From Kathmandu to Nepaljung
fly to Juphal(2475m) and Treks to Dunai(2140m) 2-3 hours, overstay at camp or home stay
The trail descends to the large village of Dangi Bhara and to Kala Gaura. The trail now remains close to the river on its south bank and reach to Roop Ghar with the water mill and simple lodges and finally reach to Dunai, large village with school, police check post and government office. O/N at Dunai.
Treks to Chhepka(2678m),5-6 hours, Overstay at Home stay or camp
Trek to Rechi(3011m), 4-5 hours, overstay at Home stay or camp
Treks to Ringmogaon(Phoksundo Lake,3641m), 3-4 hours, overstay at Home stay or Camp
Acclimatization Day at Ringmogaon, Overstay at Home stay or camp
Treks to Bagalaphedi(3995m),5-6 hours through yak Kharka, Overstay at camp
Treks to Gyamdo(4250m) via Bagala pass(5169m), 4-5 hours, overstay at camp
Treks to Numala(5143), via Numala pass to Namala B.C (4440m), 5-6 hours overstay at camp
Treks to Dho taraf, 4-5 hours, Overstay at Camp
Rest day at Dho taraf, exploring day and overstay at Home stay or Camp
Treks to Langa Camp(3870m)5-6 hours, overstay at Langa Camp
Treks to Newarpani Dovan(3780m)4-5 hours via Nawarpani pibuk, overstay at camp
Treks to Tarakot(2540)6-7 hours, overstay at Home stay or Camp
Trek back to Dunai(2140 m, 5-6 hours), overstay at Home stay or Camp
Trek s back to Juphal(2475m) 2-3 hours, overstay at Juphal(2475m),
Early in the morning fly to Nepaljung, (25 minutes), then catch the afternoon flight for back to Kathmandu (45 Min), overstay at Kathmandu hotel
Final departure Success Treks Member drive you ariport till.
Today is free or last minute you have few hour special shopping for your relatives. We will drop you to the International airportto catch your flight back to your home and wish for your Safe journey.
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Important Note Hearing Please.
Your safety is of paramount concern while traveling with Success Travels & Treks. Please note that your leader has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the itinerary if it is deemed necessary due to safety concerns. Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary; however, since this adventure entails travelling in remote mountainous regions, we cannot guarantee that we will not deviate from it. Weather conditions, health condition of a group member, unexpected natural disasters, etc., can all contribute to changes in the itinerary. The leader will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if required.
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Photos of the Trip
The Dolpo Trekking one of the most popular and highest inhabited plateaus in the world that was closed to trekkers until 1989. Those who want to visit this area needed special permission from the Government. With the changes in the regulations governing visits, a remarkable part of Nepal, hitherto almost unknown, has suddenly become a major destination for trekkers and mountain lovers. Dolpo Trekking area is roughly 2100 square miles inside Nepal’s northwestern frontier with Tibet, encompassing some thirty villages and monasteries at altitudes if eleven to fifteen thousand feet. Dolpo is in Nepal but, its people – in race, religion and culture, are Tibetan Buddhists descended from nomadic tribes who settled in this area around the tenth century. Being in Nepal, the Chinese occupation and subsequent “cultural revolution” of Tibet did not affect the Dolpo-pa (People of Dolpo), and their religion and culture has survived as one of the best preserved examples of Tibetan Buddhism in the world. In fact, people living in certain pockets of the religion practice Bon Po, an animistic religion that pre-dates Buddhism and which, some believe, is actually the precursor to Tibetan Buddhism as we know it.
Lower Dolpo Trekkingg area is thickly forested with conifers and cut by gushing rivers. The upper Dolpo Trekking area however, is an extension of the Tibetan Plateau and has the same wild, windswept, open spaces characteristic of Tibet. The region was declared a National Park in 1984, making it Nepal’s largest National Park and the only one encompassing a Trans-Himalayan eco-system. The National Park status has helped preserve not only the culture but also the wildlife. The lower Dolpo is home to the endangered musk deer, which may be glimpsed along the trails and to a great variety of birds. Though rarely seen the blue sheep, the Himalayan black bear, snow leopard and the Himalayan Wolf are also found in Dolpo.