A. Itinerary in Detail (21 Days)
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu welcome from airport and transfer to Hotel. Briefing and trip and preparation
Day 02: Day for obtaining visa and permit by staff you are sightseeing around the valley.
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj / transfer to Hotel.
Day 04: Fly from Nepalgunj to Simikot 2856m after lunch start trek to Dharapuri. It is a beautiful walk through jungle on a rock switch back path.. Overnight at Dharapuri
Day 05: Trek to Kermi, 2550m Today is a lovely one up the Karnali river / magnificent surroundings of mountains the rushing river and old villages. overnight at Kermi
Day 06: Trek to Yalbang Chaur, 2700m. We continue to follow the Karnali river on the way we stop for a short visit of the Nmakha Gompa. It is the largest and most impressive Gompa in this area. This monastery has been recently built to represent the monastery of Namkha Khyung dzong located at the source of Karnali river and West of holy Mt. Kailash. Around one hundred monks live with their guru (Pema Rigsal Rempoche) here. Overnight at Yalbang Chaur
Day 07: Trek to Tumkot, 2800m. Today is another good day in Karnali Valley Muchhu village on the way this village provides a great insight into high mountain life. Overnight Tumkot
Day 08: Trek to Thado Dhunga(4100m). Today after crossing the Tumkot khola we leave Humla and the Karnali Valley behind.We journey up through Juniper forest to reach Yari village. Beyond Yari village there is a great campsite called Dzunjen from here there are magnificent views of Saipal Himal Overnight at Thado Dhunga also with a great views.
Day 09: Trek to Purang we enter into Tibet Crossing the Nara La pass (4325m). Overnight at Purang
Day 10: Drive to Tirthapuri 4310m. Overnight at Tirthapuri
Day 11: Drive to Tholing, 3780m and visit old kingdom of Guge. Overnight at Tsaprang
Day 12: Drive to Darchen, 4500m. Overnight at Darchen4500m
Day 13: Trek to Dri-Ra-Phuk 4900m. trek north towards Lha Chu valley to enter into the valley of gods. Load up all gear on our pack animals at Tarpoche.The trek begins with a 4 hour hike following the La-chu valley, we take the north bank of the stream to a camp that lies opposite to Drira Phuk monastery. Overnight at Dri-Ra Phuk 4900m
Day 14: Trek to Zuthul Phuk 4700m via Dorma La pass (5400m). From camp the trail is steep and quite strenuous it’s around a six kms hike and takes around 3 to 4 hours. At the top of Drolma la pass we need to trek down a rocky trail for around 4 km before reaching the Lham-chu valley.From here we travel south for about 8km, Zutrul phuk is located by the trail on the slope of the mountain. Overnight at Zuthulphuk
Day 15: To Chi Gumba, Manasarovar lake 4558m
Day 16: One day can be added either to Manasarovar Kora or Guge
Day 17: Drive to Zongba. Overnight at Zongba. Overnight at Zongba
Day 18: Drive to Nyalam. Overnight at Nyalam. Overnight at Nyalam
Day 19: Drive to Tibet-Nepal boarder / change bus and drive to Kathmandu. Overnight at Hotel
Day 20: Free day relaxation, shopping etc in Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel.
Day 21: As per the flight schedule, transfer to airport for journey to onward destination
B. Itinerary in Detail (21 Days)
Day 01: Kathmandu to Nyalam
Day 02: Nyalam to Lhatse
Day 03: Lhatse to Xigatse
Day 04: Xigatse to Gyantse
Day 05: Gyantse to Lhasa ,
Day 06: Visit: Sera Monastery, Drepung Monastery, Norbulingke Park.
Day 07: Visit: Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhore Street.
Day 08: Lhasa / Gyantse / Shigatse.
Day 09: Shigatse / Sakya / Lhatse
Day 10: Lhatse to Saga
Day 11: Saga to Paryang
Day 12: Paryang to Lake Manasarovar
Day 13: Lake Manasarovar / Darchen
Day 14: Darchen to Drirapuk, OvernightGUESTHOUSE & Camp
Day 15: Dera Phuk Gomba to Zutul Phuk OvernightGUESTHOUSE & Camp
Day 16: Finish trek and drive to Tirtha Puri
Day 17: TirthaPuri to Guge Kingdom
Day 18: Guge Kingdom to Tirthapuri
Day 19: Tirthapuri to Gosul Gomba
Day 20: Gosul Gomba to Saga
Day 21: Zongba to Nyalam and cross boarder and drive to Kathmandu
(The cost varies with the number of trekkers in the group. Please contact us with the number of trekkers for the exact quote)