Ghalegaun Trekking

Ghalegaun Trekking

Ghalegaun Trekking - is the short trek for those willing to see amazing view of Annapurna range, culture of Gurung social group and unique village. It is located on north central Nepal.
 
 Ghalegaun trek begins from Besishahar and end in beautiful small city of Nepal (Pokhara). It is easy trekking route, where we can find neat and clean tea & coffee home lodges managed by villagers at Ghalegaun. Ghalegaun village is very popular for Gurung people. Normally one member of Gurung family has been joining either Gorkha Army (British Gorkha) or Indian Gorkha Army. Ghalegaun is promoting cultural tourism concept development, real mid-hills traditional life style observation, splendid mountain views of Annapurna II, Manaslu, Fish Tail, Lamjung Himal and more, inhabited by Ghale tribal cast, colorful photographic opportunities, unforgettable short trip. The Maximum elevation is around 2000m high so you can easily walk on this trail without any problem.

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Ghalegaun Trekking

 

Outline Itinerary

Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02 Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour
Day 03 Drive Kathmandu to Besishahar and then to Khudi (790m)
Day 04 Trek Khudi to Ghalegaun
Day 05 Whole day explore Ghalegaun
Day 06 Trek from Ghalegaun to Baglungpani (1595)
Day 07 From Baglungpani trek to Laxmi Bazar
Day 08 Trek and drive from Laxmi Bazar to Pokhara

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Trip Facts

Duration:8 days

Starts from: Flight:Besishahar

End at:Pokhara

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Price: Contact us

Accommodation:Hotel/ guest House/lodge

Trip Type:Short trek

Trip Region:Annapurna

Trekking Duration:6days

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