Arun Valley Trekking Nepal
Arun Valley Trekking is the non touristy trekking trail in Nepal . Arun valley is located between the Mt. Everest and Makalu-Barun National Park. Arun Valley Trekking offers superb Himalayan scenery including the Mount Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt.Baruntse, Mt.Lhotse, Mt.Nuptse ,Mt. Amadablam, Mt.Thamserku etc. You can also see more than 650 species of birds and over 800 species of butterflies. Arun Valley is also the shelter of the rare and endangered Panda. Orchids and other flowers along a faint jungle trail, swirl prayer flags at Shipton La. walking through this picturesque Sherpa village are the attraction of Arun valley region. Arun Valley Trekking is blessed with an incredible diversity of natural beauty and culture. Arun Valley Trekking provides an alternative approach to the Khumbu region trekking . Arun Valley Trekking requires endurance and fitness to fully appreciate the beauty of the Arun valley region. Walking north up the Arun river to Sedua and Num, then crossing Barun La (4110m) into the upper Barun khola valley for a close look at Makalu.
Arun Valley Trekking Conscious Holiday
Culturally, the Arun Valley hiking is very interesting. You will move from Sherpa through to Rai villages, then down to Chhetri and Brahmin villages. With the lack of general development along the way the villages and their inhabitants retain certain innocence to the Western eyes. The Arun Valley Trekking is not so difficult however the trekking necessitates a fair amount of stamina, fitness and enthusiasm to fully appreciate the beauty of the region.
The best season for Arun Valley hike is from September to November & March to May. December, Jan & Feb are also consider as a good Trekking months. The weather is sunny and warm, although the nights are cold and temperatures can fall to freezing. Weather can change rapidly and be unpredictable. Please note that when climbing to Everest Base Camp & Arun Valley, you will be moving from warmer climates at low levels to conditions of well below freezing. Be prepared for all eventualities! Summer (June, July & August) is finest temperature and trekking can be done without any problem.
1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350M/4425FT)
2: Trip Final Preparation
3: Fly Tumlingtar, Trek to Chyawabesi (280M/918FT)
5: Salpa Phedi (1680M/5507FT)
7: Sanam (2850M/9342FT) via Guranse (2880M/9440FT)
8: Bung. (1900M/6228FT)
9: Gai kharka (2300M/7539FT)
10: Puiyan (2230M/7310FT)
(Note: reach a day trek to Lukla)
11: Nunthala (2,440m) 5 hrs
12: Junbensi (2,675m) 6 hrs
13: Sete (2,645 m) 6 hrs
14: Bhandar (2,200m) 5 hrs
15: Drive to Kathmandu via Jiri 10 hrs
Guide & Logistics
- Guide: Nepalholiday guide shows you Himalayan mountainous route as per the itinerary. Your guide also provide information of the Himalayan mountains, Himalayan ecology and Himalayan culture from conscious holiday perspectives.
- Logistics: Following logistics are included in offered price as per itinerary:
– Food and water
– Trekking permit/s
– Local transfers and transport
Price NOT Included:
– City logistics
– Except all than “Price Includes” above
Note: Let us widely discuss to be clear on above logistic arrangements. Nepalholiday team is also welcome to talk on below given issues, which are really significant
to accomplish trekking in Himalayan mountains.
– Skills and safety
– Relevant other issue
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