Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek in Nepal is a rewarding, short, and easy trek. The trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake is satisfying with a magnificent view o Phoksundo Lake at 3611.5m.  This site resembles one of the most iconic touristic places in the Dolpo region of Nepal. Shey-Phoksundo Lake is a sacred lake and is paid homage by Bon and the Buddhist community. And Raconteur Adventure has the best and most affordable Shey Phoksundo trek here in Nepal.

The pure and blissful blend of nature and culture makes this place a must-visit destination for all.  The lake is splendid with the glittering reflection of surrounding landscapes. Shey Phoksundo Lake is in the Shey Phoksundo National Park, famous for its availability of medicinal herbs. Shey Phoksudo, Dolpo is magical with its remote settings was opened for trekkers in 1989.

The Lake of Shey-Phoksundo is a majestic lake below the Kanjiralwa Himalayan. Beyond the beauty of the lake, The Dolpo region has some alluring landscapes and beautiful lands, hospitable people, and other sceneries of mountains, lakes, and hills. Dolpo region lies in the western part of Nepal.

Phoksundo Lake Trek route has mind-settling views of various landscapes and crystal clear blue water. This alpine freshwater lake is all beautiful, and trekking here is equally worthy as well. Raconteur Adventure has perfectly tailored Shey-Phoksundo Lake Trek.

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek, Itinerary Overview

Our trek commences with driving from Kathmandu to Rukum which is a 25-hour drive. We then will drive to Raadi Byauja in 4 wheeler jeep and stay overnight there. Then, the trekking journey starts as we trek to Siaudeni village and then to Tripurakot on the following day. Our trek continues driving from Supani to Sulighad. We then travel to Kageni from Sulighad for an overnight stay. Then we reach Samjhana Hotel from Kageni and Shey Phoksundo Lake from Samjhana Hotel. We then trek to Chhekpa from the lake. From Chhekpa, we will hike to Sulighad and drive to Jhufal. From Jhufal, we fly to Nepalgunj and Kathmandu. There are some best times to do the Shey-Phoksundo trek.

Best Season for Shey Phoksundo Trek

Spring is the best time to do this trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake. Spring serves the best climatic conditions with a clear spectacular view of mountains, landscapes, and blooming rhododendron forests. Temperature is not harsh during this time. Fascinating Dhaulagiri and other mountains are all visible during the time of spring. Another weather to serve the best experience for this trek is autumn. Autumn has lovely weather and also serves moderate temperatures. Winter is harsh in Nepal and it gets challenging especially in the winters and in summer it rains.

Special Permits

Trekking in Shey Phoksundo falls in a restricted region of Shey Phoksundo National Park. Specific entry permits are;

  1. Lower Dolpo Permit, US$20 per person per week
  2. Shey Phoksundo National Park Permit, US$30 per person

We assure you of excellent meals and a comfortable night’s stay in lodges/hotels throughout the trek. So, get ready, pack your bags and join this amazing journey to Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek of Raconteur Adventure to create and share stories.

Images;

Photo by Bibek Raj Shrestha on Unsplash

 

Included

  • Accommodation, Food, salary, insurance, equipment and medicine for all staff.
  • All typical Meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
  • Raconteur Adventure personnel standby during emergency
  • Hotel and Airport pick up and drop by car, bus and van
  • Lodge and homestay accommodation in the mountains
  • Trekking Guide and Porter (on demand)
  • Star category hotel in Kathmandu
  • Domestic airfares (on request)
  • Park Fees wherever applicable
  • 3 Cup of tea during the trek
  • All your trekking permits
  • All government taxes
  • Official expenses
  • First-aid Kit
  • Map

Excluded

  • Your expenses which might include room service, internet charges, laundry, bar bills, telephone bills, etc.
  • Trip Cancellation cost, Loss theft and damage to your personal items
  • Sightseeing and activities other than those mentioned
  • Lunch and dinner not mentioned in the itinerary
  • International Plane fare and taxes in the Airport
  • Other meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Personal trekking gear and equipment’s
  • Travel Insurance which is mandatory
  • Tips and Gratitude’s (expected)
  • VISA Fees

Checklist

  • Pair of comfortable trekking shoes, sandals and socks
  • Camera, Power Bank, Smartphone, Torch, and Whistle
  • Toothbrush, Sunscreen, Shampoo, Shower Gel
  • Towel, toilet paper, gadgets, slippers
  • Lightweight and fast-drying T-shirts
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket
  • Snickers and other energy bars
  • Backpack with 15kg capacity
  • Pair of easy drying trousers
  • Pair of waterproof trousers
  • Cash in local currency
  • Hat and set of Glove
  • 2 sets of underwear
  • A fleece jacket
  • Water Bottle
  • Down Jacket
  • Toilet Paper
  • Sunglasses
  • Raincoat
01

Day 01

Kathmandu Arrival

As you approach Nepal from the sky, mind settling view of the mountain range unravels in front of you. Raconteur Adventure welcomes you to the airport and will drive you to your hotel. It is very regular for first-time travelers to experience the cultural shock once entering Kathmandu valley, but no worries as we will be assisting you throughout the journey. Overnight in four start hotel in Kathmandu.

02

Day 02

Kathmandu Sightseeing

We will engage in a delightful sightseeing experience today. We will drive you to Kathmandu Durbar Square, an open medieval museum with many temples, monuments and palaces. After enjoying Kathmandu Durbar Square, we will go to Boudhanath, the largest dome-shaped stupa in south Asia. After circling the stupa three times, we will gather for lunch at rooftop restaurant the premises of Boudhanath and drive to Pashupatinath in the evening to view and experience the energy of Lord Shiva. Overnight in the same Hotel in Kathmandu.

03

Day 03

Drive to Rukum

The actual journey to Shey Phoksundo Lake begins from the third day of the trek. We will drive you or book a seat on the local bus to Rukum, 24 hours’ drive.

04

Day 04

Drive to Aathbishkot

Upon reaching Rukum, we will again transfer to a four-wheeler SUV and drive to Raadi Byauja(Aathbishkot), the border of Rukum and Jajarkot. Overnight in Aathbishkot.

05

Day 05

Drive and Trek to Khadang

After breakfast at Aathbishkot, we trek crossing the Bheri River and driving a jeep to Gotamkot. From Gotamkot, you can reach Jajarkot via Jeep track through Bheri River bank. After getting to Gotamkot, the last jeep station here, we hike to Rukum crossing the Bheri River again. Then again, we will catch another jeep which takes us to the Dolpa district. We will stop in our trail head at Khadang. Our hike starts from Khadang to reach the village of Siaudeni within 3-3.5 hours. Overnight in Siaudeni village.

06

Day 06

Trek to Kageni

We start trekking to Tripurakot, which is 04 hours trek. We will have lunch at Tripurakot and cross the Bheri River to reach Supani. After getting Supani, we will drive to Sulighad in a local jeep. From Sulighad, we will start trekking to acquire the fantastic village of Kageni for an Overnight stay.

07

Day 07

Trek to Samjhana Hotel

After refreshment and heavy breakfast at Kageni, we trek through the beautiful village of Shangta, Chhekpa, to have lunch in another not less delightful village of Raichi. After lunch, we walk to Samjhana Hotel, which is the base camp of Shey Phoksundo Lake. In Samjhana Hotel, we will stay overnight.

08

Day 08

Trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake

Day eight is the primary day of this fulfilling Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek. We will reach Shey Phoksundo Lake today. The early hike is easy and gets difficult after crossing the Jharana hotel. You have to climb a big hill which will take more than 03 hours but directly leading to the heavenly lake at an altitude of 3589m. We will enjoy the enchanting view of mountains, lakes, monasteries, and encircling villages. Overnight in Shey Phoksundo

09

Day 09

Shey Phoksundo to Chhekpa

Upon having breakfast at the hotel in Shey Phoksundo, we will enjoy the morning view of the super beautiful Shey Phoksundo Lake. Then we will trek down to Chhekpa villae. We will have lunch at Raichi village after a trek of 4.5 hours from Chhekpa. After some rest, we will continue hiking to Chhekpa village for an Overnight Stay.

010

Day 10

Chhekpa to Sulighad and drive to Jhufal

After breakfast at Chhekpa, we will hike to Sulighad, and from Sulighad, we will drive to Dolpa, Jhufal, in a local jeep. We will stay at a hotel in Jhufal. The trek ends; relax your muscles and have fun.

011

Day 11

Flight from Jhufal to Nepalgunj and Kathmandu

After breakfast at Jhufal, we will catch the flight to Nepalgunj in the early morning and fly again to Kathmandu from Nepalgunj. Raconteur Adventure will host a farewell dinner for you to hear your stories and reviews.

012

Day 12

Airport Transfer

We will farewell you at the airport, but we promise to keep that we shall meet again.

Am I going to get altitude sickness at shey Phoksundo Lake?

Well, the Shey Phoksundo trek is over 3500 m in elevation. There are possibilities of having altitude sickness. It usually happens at this altitude above 3500m. We have planned an itinerary that gives you time to acclimatise the Trail for this prevention.

Is the water of Shey Phoksundo safe to drink?

You are not allowed to drink water directly from the lake or any tap; besides, you can use water purifier tablets or Just boiled water.

What about the first aid and medication kits?

Yes, we provide first aid on the trek, and we always carry a first aid kit.

Do I have to bring tents and mattress with me?

Hotels and tea houses are available, so you do not need to bring them.

What happens if emergency evacuation is required?

Suppose you get into any trouble. We will collect your travel insurance policies and details before your trip. Our team will coordinate with your insurance company and provide you with the evacuation helicopter.

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek's highest point is at what altitude?

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek does not reach higher than 3800 meters.

How many hours do we walk each day?

You must walk for approximately 6-8 hours every day on average. Sleep can vary from 4-5 hours to as little as 2-3 hours on some days.

What happens if I become ill or injured while hiking?

Essentially, this will be handled by our guidance. If the weather is not too terrible, we will walk down; nevertheless, there is generally access to a phone line for a helicopter evacuation in the event of an emergency.

Will I be able to charge my phone and take a hot shower?

You can charge your batteries while trekking if you have your charger. There is also a hot water facility, but you may have to pay an additional $1-$2 to use it. At a lower height, though, you can discover an accessible hot water facility.

I've never gone hiking before. Is the Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek appropriate for me?

Of indeed, you'll be able to do it. The Shey Phoksundo Trek is recommended for experienced trekkers and walkers who can walk for 4 to 5 hours per day with a light daypack.

What is the quality of the lodging?

Guesthouses may be found in practically every settlement because the Shey Phoksundo Trip is a teahouse trek. However, rest assured that we will do everything possible to give you the greatest alternative that fits all of your requirements. All of the teahouse rooms are simple and share a bathroom.

On this trip, what kind of food can I expect?

During the tea house journey, lodges will serve a delectable selection of largely vegetarian dishes like pasta, noodles, potatoes, eggs, Daal Bhat, bread, soups, and seasonal fresh vegetable varieties.

How much luggage am I allowed to bring on my Shey Phoksundo Trek?

Porters will be allocated to carry your luggage; two individuals will be assigned to one porter; combined baggage should not exceed 18 KGs. Only bring what is necessary.

Is there any way to communicate at the Phoksundo Lake Trek Tea House?

Usually, no! Only a few places offer phone service.

Is it possible to extend my journey?

Yes, you certainly can. However, it would be best to inform us of this before the walk to plan the route to meet your needs.

How will I be able to use the restroom during the trek?

The toilets are located along the trail in tiny settlements with restaurants and tea houses. The majority of bathrooms in this area are squat toilets. Prepare to hide behind large rocks and conduct your business in other scenarios.

Is there a need for insurance?

A hundred per cent Yes! Trekkers must have travel insurance that covers all expenses that may arise from medical concerns or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and medical treatment costs). Foreigners must obtain travel insurance from one of the international insurance firms because Nepalese insurance companies do not give travel insurance to foreigners.

What is the group's average size?

Individuals, couples, or friends with a shared interest in outdoor adventure and environment make up most of the groups, ranging from 6 to 16 people.

Where can I get my money changed?

There are a lot of registered money exchangers on Thamel's streets, and they're easy to come by.

Does the Trekking route have any ATMs?

There will be no ATMs during our walk. The only places where you can get cash are in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Overview

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek in Nepal is a rewarding, short, and easy trek. The trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake is satisfying with a magnificent view o Phoksundo Lake at 3611.5m.  This site resembles one of the most iconic touristic places in the Dolpo region of Nepal. Shey-Phoksundo Lake is a sacred lake and is paid homage by Bon and the Buddhist community. And Raconteur Adventure has the best and most affordable Shey Phoksundo trek here in Nepal.

The pure and blissful blend of nature and culture makes this place a must-visit destination for all.  The lake is splendid with the glittering reflection of surrounding landscapes. Shey Phoksundo Lake is in the Shey Phoksundo National Park, famous for its availability of medicinal herbs. Shey Phoksudo, Dolpo is magical with its remote settings was opened for trekkers in 1989.

The Lake of Shey-Phoksundo is a majestic lake below the Kanjiralwa Himalayan. Beyond the beauty of the lake, The Dolpo region has some alluring landscapes and beautiful lands, hospitable people, and other sceneries of mountains, lakes, and hills. Dolpo region lies in the western part of Nepal.

Phoksundo Lake Trek route has mind-settling views of various landscapes and crystal clear blue water. This alpine freshwater lake is all beautiful, and trekking here is equally worthy as well. Raconteur Adventure has perfectly tailored Shey-Phoksundo Lake Trek.

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek, Itinerary Overview

Our trek commences with driving from Kathmandu to Rukum which is a 25-hour drive. We then will drive to Raadi Byauja in 4 wheeler jeep and stay overnight there. Then, the trekking journey starts as we trek to Siaudeni village and then to Tripurakot on the following day. Our trek continues driving from Supani to Sulighad. We then travel to Kageni from Sulighad for an overnight stay. Then we reach Samjhana Hotel from Kageni and Shey Phoksundo Lake from Samjhana Hotel. We then trek to Chhekpa from the lake. From Chhekpa, we will hike to Sulighad and drive to Jhufal. From Jhufal, we fly to Nepalgunj and Kathmandu. There are some best times to do the Shey-Phoksundo trek.

Best Season for Shey Phoksundo Trek

Spring is the best time to do this trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake. Spring serves the best climatic conditions with a clear spectacular view of mountains, landscapes, and blooming rhododendron forests. Temperature is not harsh during this time. Fascinating Dhaulagiri and other mountains are all visible during the time of spring. Another weather to serve the best experience for this trek is autumn. Autumn has lovely weather and also serves moderate temperatures. Winter is harsh in Nepal and it gets challenging especially in the winters and in summer it rains.

Special Permits

Trekking in Shey Phoksundo falls in a restricted region of Shey Phoksundo National Park. Specific entry permits are;

  1. Lower Dolpo Permit, US$20 per person per week
  2. Shey Phoksundo National Park Permit, US$30 per person

We assure you of excellent meals and a comfortable night’s stay in lodges/hotels throughout the trek. So, get ready, pack your bags and join this amazing journey to Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek of Raconteur Adventure to create and share stories.

Images;

Photo by Bibek Raj Shrestha on Unsplash

 

Included

  • Accommodation, Food, salary, insurance, equipment and medicine for all staff.
  • All typical Meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
  • Raconteur Adventure personnel standby during emergency
  • Hotel and Airport pick up and drop by car, bus and van
  • Lodge and homestay accommodation in the mountains
  • Trekking Guide and Porter (on demand)
  • Star category hotel in Kathmandu
  • Domestic airfares (on request)
  • Park Fees wherever applicable
  • 3 Cup of tea during the trek
  • All your trekking permits
  • All government taxes
  • Official expenses
  • First-aid Kit
  • Map

Excluded

  • Your expenses which might include room service, internet charges, laundry, bar bills, telephone bills, etc.
  • Trip Cancellation cost, Loss theft and damage to your personal items
  • Sightseeing and activities other than those mentioned
  • Lunch and dinner not mentioned in the itinerary
  • International Plane fare and taxes in the Airport
  • Other meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Personal trekking gear and equipment’s
  • Travel Insurance which is mandatory
  • Tips and Gratitude’s (expected)
  • VISA Fees

Checklist

  • Pair of comfortable trekking shoes, sandals and socks
  • Camera, Power Bank, Smartphone, Torch, and Whistle
  • Toothbrush, Sunscreen, Shampoo, Shower Gel
  • Towel, toilet paper, gadgets, slippers
  • Lightweight and fast-drying T-shirts
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket
  • Snickers and other energy bars
  • Backpack with 15kg capacity
  • Pair of easy drying trousers
  • Pair of waterproof trousers
  • Cash in local currency
  • Hat and set of Glove
  • 2 sets of underwear
  • A fleece jacket
  • Water Bottle
  • Down Jacket
  • Toilet Paper
  • Sunglasses
  • Raincoat

Tour Plan

01

Day 01

Kathmandu Arrival

As you approach Nepal from the sky, mind settling view of the mountain range unravels in front of you. Raconteur Adventure welcomes you to the airport and will drive you to your hotel. It is very regular for first-time travelers to experience the cultural shock once entering Kathmandu valley, but no worries as we will be assisting you throughout the journey. Overnight in four start hotel in Kathmandu.

02

Day 02

Kathmandu Sightseeing

We will engage in a delightful sightseeing experience today. We will drive you to Kathmandu Durbar Square, an open medieval museum with many temples, monuments and palaces. After enjoying Kathmandu Durbar Square, we will go to Boudhanath, the largest dome-shaped stupa in south Asia. After circling the stupa three times, we will gather for lunch at rooftop restaurant the premises of Boudhanath and drive to Pashupatinath in the evening to view and experience the energy of Lord Shiva. Overnight in the same Hotel in Kathmandu.

03

Day 03

Drive to Rukum

The actual journey to Shey Phoksundo Lake begins from the third day of the trek. We will drive you or book a seat on the local bus to Rukum, 24 hours’ drive.

04

Day 04

Drive to Aathbishkot

Upon reaching Rukum, we will again transfer to a four-wheeler SUV and drive to Raadi Byauja(Aathbishkot), the border of Rukum and Jajarkot. Overnight in Aathbishkot.

05

Day 05

Drive and Trek to Khadang

After breakfast at Aathbishkot, we trek crossing the Bheri River and driving a jeep to Gotamkot. From Gotamkot, you can reach Jajarkot via Jeep track through Bheri River bank. After getting to Gotamkot, the last jeep station here, we hike to Rukum crossing the Bheri River again. Then again, we will catch another jeep which takes us to the Dolpa district. We will stop in our trail head at Khadang. Our hike starts from Khadang to reach the village of Siaudeni within 3-3.5 hours. Overnight in Siaudeni village.

06

Day 06

Trek to Kageni

We start trekking to Tripurakot, which is 04 hours trek. We will have lunch at Tripurakot and cross the Bheri River to reach Supani. After getting Supani, we will drive to Sulighad in a local jeep. From Sulighad, we will start trekking to acquire the fantastic village of Kageni for an Overnight stay.

07

Day 07

Trek to Samjhana Hotel

After refreshment and heavy breakfast at Kageni, we trek through the beautiful village of Shangta, Chhekpa, to have lunch in another not less delightful village of Raichi. After lunch, we walk to Samjhana Hotel, which is the base camp of Shey Phoksundo Lake. In Samjhana Hotel, we will stay overnight.

08

Day 08

Trek to Shey Phoksundo Lake

Day eight is the primary day of this fulfilling Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek. We will reach Shey Phoksundo Lake today. The early hike is easy and gets difficult after crossing the Jharana hotel. You have to climb a big hill which will take more than 03 hours but directly leading to the heavenly lake at an altitude of 3589m. We will enjoy the enchanting view of mountains, lakes, monasteries, and encircling villages. Overnight in Shey Phoksundo

09

Day 09

Shey Phoksundo to Chhekpa

Upon having breakfast at the hotel in Shey Phoksundo, we will enjoy the morning view of the super beautiful Shey Phoksundo Lake. Then we will trek down to Chhekpa villae. We will have lunch at Raichi village after a trek of 4.5 hours from Chhekpa. After some rest, we will continue hiking to Chhekpa village for an Overnight Stay.

010

Day 10

Chhekpa to Sulighad and drive to Jhufal

After breakfast at Chhekpa, we will hike to Sulighad, and from Sulighad, we will drive to Dolpa, Jhufal, in a local jeep. We will stay at a hotel in Jhufal. The trek ends; relax your muscles and have fun.

011

Day 11

Flight from Jhufal to Nepalgunj and Kathmandu

After breakfast at Jhufal, we will catch the flight to Nepalgunj in the early morning and fly again to Kathmandu from Nepalgunj. Raconteur Adventure will host a farewell dinner for you to hear your stories and reviews.

012

Day 12

Airport Transfer

We will farewell you at the airport, but we promise to keep that we shall meet again.

Tour Location

FAQs

Am I going to get altitude sickness at shey Phoksundo Lake?

Well, the Shey Phoksundo trek is over 3500 m in elevation. There are possibilities of having altitude sickness. It usually happens at this altitude above 3500m. We have planned an itinerary that gives you time to acclimatise the Trail for this prevention.

Is the water of Shey Phoksundo safe to drink?

You are not allowed to drink water directly from the lake or any tap; besides, you can use water purifier tablets or Just boiled water.

What about the first aid and medication kits?

Yes, we provide first aid on the trek, and we always carry a first aid kit.

Do I have to bring tents and mattress with me?

Hotels and tea houses are available, so you do not need to bring them.

What happens if emergency evacuation is required?

Suppose you get into any trouble. We will collect your travel insurance policies and details before your trip. Our team will coordinate with your insurance company and provide you with the evacuation helicopter.

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek's highest point is at what altitude?

Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek does not reach higher than 3800 meters.

How many hours do we walk each day?

You must walk for approximately 6-8 hours every day on average. Sleep can vary from 4-5 hours to as little as 2-3 hours on some days.

What happens if I become ill or injured while hiking?

Essentially, this will be handled by our guidance. If the weather is not too terrible, we will walk down; nevertheless, there is generally access to a phone line for a helicopter evacuation in the event of an emergency.

Will I be able to charge my phone and take a hot shower?

You can charge your batteries while trekking if you have your charger. There is also a hot water facility, but you may have to pay an additional $1-$2 to use it. At a lower height, though, you can discover an accessible hot water facility.

I've never gone hiking before. Is the Shey Phoksundo Lake Trek appropriate for me?

Of indeed, you'll be able to do it. The Shey Phoksundo Trek is recommended for experienced trekkers and walkers who can walk for 4 to 5 hours per day with a light daypack.

What is the quality of the lodging?

Guesthouses may be found in practically every settlement because the Shey Phoksundo Trip is a teahouse trek. However, rest assured that we will do everything possible to give you the greatest alternative that fits all of your requirements. All of the teahouse rooms are simple and share a bathroom.

On this trip, what kind of food can I expect?

During the tea house journey, lodges will serve a delectable selection of largely vegetarian dishes like pasta, noodles, potatoes, eggs, Daal Bhat, bread, soups, and seasonal fresh vegetable varieties.

How much luggage am I allowed to bring on my Shey Phoksundo Trek?

Porters will be allocated to carry your luggage; two individuals will be assigned to one porter; combined baggage should not exceed 18 KGs. Only bring what is necessary.

Is there any way to communicate at the Phoksundo Lake Trek Tea House?

Usually, no! Only a few places offer phone service.

Is it possible to extend my journey?

Yes, you certainly can. However, it would be best to inform us of this before the walk to plan the route to meet your needs.

How will I be able to use the restroom during the trek?

The toilets are located along the trail in tiny settlements with restaurants and tea houses. The majority of bathrooms in this area are squat toilets. Prepare to hide behind large rocks and conduct your business in other scenarios.

Is there a need for insurance?

A hundred per cent Yes! Trekkers must have travel insurance that covers all expenses that may arise from medical concerns or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and medical treatment costs). Foreigners must obtain travel insurance from one of the international insurance firms because Nepalese insurance companies do not give travel insurance to foreigners.

What is the group's average size?

Individuals, couples, or friends with a shared interest in outdoor adventure and environment make up most of the groups, ranging from 6 to 16 people.

Where can I get my money changed?

There are a lot of registered money exchangers on Thamel's streets, and they're easy to come by.

Does the Trekking route have any ATMs?

There will be no ATMs during our walk. The only places where you can get cash are in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

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