Recently opened for the trekkers, this region
lies between the world famous trek route Annapurna trek
route and the home town of world famous British Gurkha Army.
Gorkha is the famous historical place of Nepal that is the
ancient kingdom of Shah dynasty. Due to the unique speciality
of nature, culture and history, many trekkers visit this
region every year. Technically this trek is more difficult
due to the steep and narrow trail that leads very close
to the Tibetan border by the Larkya Pass (5213m). The northern
belt of this region lies in restricted area and His Majesty
the Government of Nepal issues the trekking permit for the
trekkers to enter the region. The permit fee is as follows:
Day 01 : Arrive Kathmandu (1310m).
Day 02-03 : Drive to Gorkha (1143m)
Day 04 : Gorkha to Arughat (510m).
Day 05 : Hike to Kyoropani (1000m).
Day 06 : Hike to Labu Besi (1150m).
Day 07 : Hike to Tatopani (2000m).
Day 08 : Hike up Jagat (1250m).
Day 09 : Jagat to Ngyak (2600m).
Day 10 : Hike to Ghap(2400m).
Day 11 : Hike up to Sho(3400m).
Day 12-13 : Hike to Sama Gompa(3700m),
explore the Sama gaon, the village of Tibetan cultured people
and Manaslu base camp.
Day 14 : Hike to Larkya bazar(3900m)
Day 15-16 : Hike up to Guest House(4500m). One day
rest is needed here for acclimatize.
Day 17 : Passing the Larkya La(5213m) descend to
Day 18 : Trek down to Dharapani(1860m).
Day 19 : Hike down to Jagat(1290m).
Day 20 : Hike down to Ngadi(800m).
Day 21 : Hike to Besishahar(785m).
Day 22 : Drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 23 : Sightseeing and shopping in Kathmandu.
Day 24 : Fly back home.