Jugal Himal Trek
12 Days 11 Nights
Kathmandu Panch Pokhari Jugal Himal
Lunch Dinner Breakfast and Tea
ACCOMODATIONTea House, Home stay, Lodge
BEST TIMESpring Autumn
Jugal Himal is the nearest Himal that lies in the northeast part of Kathmandu valley. It is situated in the Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal at an altitude of 3800m high from sea level forming the border between Nepal and Tibet. On the way to Jugal Himal Trek, we can witness a fantastic landscape, mixed culture, monasteries, etc. Jugal Himal Trek is a marvelous trek through remote traditional Tamang villages and luxuriant forests.
Jugal Himalaya region has high passes, superb mountain views, scenic villages, deep forests with beautiful Panch Pokhari (five lakes), and Bhairab Kunda Lake, a remarkable display of wildflowers, a large quantity of wildlife, and of course friendly local people. Trek to Jugal Himal takes you to the heart of Langtang, Gaurishankar, and the Rolwaling Himalayan range.
Lying near Kathmandu valley, the Jugal Himal trek is popular with enthusiastic trekkers all around the world. Ranging from 870m to 4050m, the trail envelopes from tropical forests to high alpine lakes. The route to the Jugal Himal trek weaves through the narrow path and forested ridges. But due to lack of lodges and other shelter facilities, only very few trekkers travel to Jugal Himal. The trek is more preferable to those who don't like meeting many tourists and spending time in crowded villages and best for those who want to experience the view of mesmerizing mountain ranges near Kathmandu valley.
Specialties of Jugal Himal Trek
Beautiful view of Dorje Lakpa and Jugal Himal
Beautiful Panch Pokhari and Bhairab Kunda lake
Friendly local people
Insight into ancient and primitive culture
Best season to go for Jugal Himal Trek
The best season to go for the Jugal Himal Trek is during the spring and autumn season as these seasons are deprived of cold and rain. March to May and October to November are the best months to travel to Jugal Himal as the view is more clear during this time in comparison to other months.
We will arrive in Kathmandu and do some sightseeing.
It takes around 5 hours to drive from Kathmandu to Chautara which is 25km away from the valley. Chautara. Chautara is a large valley inhabited mainly by Tamang ethnic people.
On the early 3rd day, we will have our breakfast and start heading towards Phurse from Chautara which will take approx 6 hours of walking and having lunch on the way, and will be spending our night at Phurse.
The next day, we will have our breakfast in the hotel and start our trek to Kami Kharka. It takes around 6 hours to reach Kami Kharka from Phurse. We will have our lunch on the way to Kami Kharka.
On the 5th day, our trek starts from Kami Kharka after having breakfast and we walk around 6 hours to reach Pauwa Bas which is at the height of 3063m, and spend overnight in Pauwa Bas.
Early in the morning, we will have our breakfast at the hotel and start heading towards Hilley Bhanjyang from Pauwa Bas which takes around 7 hours of trek. We will have our lunch on the way to Hilley Bhanjyang.
The next day from Hilley Bhanjyang we will head towards Nasim Pati after having early morning breakfast and walk for around 5 hours and spend our night at Nasim Pati.
On the 8th day, we will walk toward the beautiful Panch Pokhari, five holy lakes at 4050m for around 5 hours from Nasim Pati, and spend our night at Panch Pokhari.
The next day, we will head back to Nasim Pati from the holy lake Panch Pokhari. The walk is 4 hours approx with a descending trail. And we will spend the night at Nasim Pati.
After having breakfast we will transfer you to International Airport for final departure
On the 10th day, we will start heading towards Dukhang from Nasim Pati after having early morning breakfast. We will reach Dukhang after walking around 6 hours and have lunch on the way to Dukhang.
Early in the morning, we will have our breakfast and start our trek from Dukhang to Dhap. We will walk around 5 hours and have lunch on the way and reach Dhap and stay overnight.
The next day, we will start our trek early in the morning after having breakfast. We will start our trek from Dhap and reach Melamchi Bridge Bazar after walking for six hours and have lunch in between and drive back to Kathmandu.
- First aid
- Sharing twin/double bedrooms in 3-star hotels or tea house lodges
- Accommodation, food, salary, equipment for your guide and porters
- All necessary trekking permits and governmental documents
- Necessary insurance for a guide
- All applicable tax, vat and office service charge
- 3 meals during a trek, breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- Local licensed friendly trekking guide
- Laundry, phone calls, internet charges
- Personal travel insurance
- Personal trekking equipment
- Travel insurance, Nepal tourist visa fees, personal items, and expenses
- Bar drinks and beverages including mineral water
- Fees and entrance fees during sightseeing in Kathmandu
- Airport shuttles, lodging, and meals in Kathmandu except for breakfast
The trek isn’t that hard, instead it is considered a challenging trek. The trek is remote and fairly long. A good level of fitness is required.
Unfortunately, there is no availability of flights in those regions.
So most of the accommodations are tea houses, some of the tea houses have attached bathrooms which are not available in every tea house.
Yes, there is electricity in the region and wifi in most of the tea houses but the speed of wifi is not so good but is okay to stay connected with friends and family.
To book a trek, you can kindly either contact us directly or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natural spring water is available. You can either drink water by putting on a water purifying tablet or it is also possible to buy boiled filter water.
You may choose according to your convenience, you may either bank transfer, credit card, western union, or other options.
There are no banks or atm or money exchange to the higher points of the trek. If you want to carry extra cash for extra expenses then you can either withdraw or change from Kathmandu.