Himalayan Sky Trek

A Himalayan Jewel Trek Itinerary

COST: US$820 Per Person


Himalayan Sky Trail Trek also considered as Cultural Trek is in Dhading district of Nepal which is about 50.4 km away from Kathmandu with panoramic insights of Mt. Manaslu, Ganesh Himal range and Langtang range. The trail offers the mesmerizing view of Ganesh Himal from the closest point. Not only consists the beauty of Nature with Magnificient snowcapped Himalayas surrounding the trail, river, beautiful waterfalls, forest and natural hot springs, but also the cultural mix of many ethnic groups including Tamang in the majority with Brahmin, Chhetri, Newar, Magar, Gurung and so on. This is why the trek can also be called Cultural Trek. The wonderful hospitality of the local people, direct interaction with them, engage oneself in their routine activities (if interested) with organic food during the trek as the major accommodation are the Homestays during the trek and concluding the 5 nights 6 days tour with adventurous activity i.e. Rafting in Trisuli River of Nepal adds a plus point for the tourists’ experience.

Another major beauty and jewel is the outstanding and jaw-dropping view of beautiful Rubi Valley and Buddhigandaki Valley. The valley was named after the gem after most valuable ruby, quartz and nilam were found in this area. The combination of amazing nature and spectacular culture makes this trekking more interesting and memorable. During the trek, the trekker does not require much effort as it is graded as easy trek and is suitable even for the age group of 50-70 who wish and will to travel along with the lavish nature with local people of a variety of ethnic groups. 

As the trek allows the tourist to interact with people of several cultures and accommodate in homestays, the tourist gets to taste the authenticity of Nepali Cuisine and even see the cultural dance, wear cultural attire as per their wishes. Visiting this trail during the festive season is an amenity to the tourist as they can observe the cultural practices and tradition of the local people there of a different culture. Being able to participate in such activities can be more fascinating to the tourist.

During March to May or September to November, the beauty of blossoming rhododendron, orchids, variety of fern family, blue pine and much more flora can also be enjoyed during the trek. Since the trail consists of local settlements of several cultures, tourists get to see the different practices, tradition and even difference in welcoming the tourists in their homes. Guests are treated like Gods in Nepal, so the tourist would experience the excellent hospitality and warmth in the hearts in the trek and their stay. 

Trek Overview:

Trek Duration: 5N / 6D
Trek Grade: Easy
Highest Altitude: 11000 ft. above sea level
Accommodation: Homestay / Lodge
Transportation: Overland
Group size: 4 to 20 pax (maximum)
Best season: Mar-May and Sep-Nov
Per Day Walk: 4 - 8 hours
Trek Cost: ******

Trek Highlights:

The breath-taking view of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu and Langtang
Splendid views of Rubi Valley
Marvellous Insights Budhigandaki Valley
Natural Hot Springs
Waterfalls and Suspension Bridges
Culture-mix of various ethnic groups
Amazing Hospitality by local’s soul
White water Rafting in Trisuli River

Outline Itinerary:

Day 1 – Kathmandu to Gangajamuna
Day 2 – Gangajamuna to Pokhadaada
Day 3 – Pokhadaada to Mantari
Day 4 – Mantari to Rigne
Day 5 – Rigne to Dhadingbesi and Kurintar
Day 6 – Rafting in Trisuli river and back to KTM

Detail Itinerary:

Day 1 – Kathmandu to Gangajamuna

Pick clients from KTM for early morning departure with B/F and lunch on the way. 5 hrs drive to Gangajamuna and a short hike to Chimchowk for a mesmerizing view of hills, landscapes and settlements. O/N stay in Gangajamuna.

Day 2 – Gangajamuna to Pokhadaada

Early morning B/F and depart for the trek to Pokhadaada via Tinsure Bhanjyang which is the highest elevation point in the trek. Enroute Lunch. O/N stay in Pokhadaada. This day requires 6 – 8 hrs trek.

Day 3 – Pokhadaada to Mantari

B/F in Pokhadaada and descend to Mantari via 
Sadan requires 4 – 6 hrs of a walk. Lunch enroute and O/N stay in Mantari.

Day 4 – Mantari to Rigne

B/F in Mantari and depart for Netra tal which is formed by glacier-fed river, originating from Ganesh Himal range, suitable for boating via Katike and Baguwa Khola. Enroute Lunch. Head towards Rigne and O/N there. It would take 6 – 8 hrs of trekking this day includin the time for recreation.

Day 5 – Rigne to Kuringtar

Early Morning B/F in Rigne and depart to Dhadhingbesi for Lunch by walking for 4 – 6 hrs. Drive to Kurintar and O/N stay in Hotel.

Day 6 – Rafting in Trisuli River and back to KTM

Heavy B/f in Htl and drive to Charaudi. 
Rafting in Trisuli River. Lunch there in the resort. Drive back to KTM.

Gears and Equipment Required:

Trekking Sticks
Proper trekking shoes
Quick-dry T-shirts
Reusable water bottles
Quick-dry Towel
Daily used materials
Regular in-take medicines

Cost Includes:

Transportation throughout the tour, tourist deluxe bus.
6 B/F, 6 Lunch (Veg), 5 Dinner (Non - Veg).
Boating in Netratal.
Local Guide in Rubi Valley.
River Guide in Trisuli river during Rafting.
Rafting in Trisuli River.
Rafting gears
First-aid kit.
Cost Excludes:
All the personal expenses.
Travel Insurance.
Fees of cultural costume.
Additional snacks.
Mineral water or any hard and soft drinks.


Swimming Pool after Rafting.
Cultural Dance in Mantari.
Seasonal Fruits like apples, oranges.

Note: Changes can be made in itinerary in case of force majeure.

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