Machapuchhre Model Trek is a new trek in Annapurna region .which is focus developing community based tourism Model on Machhapuchher model trek route in Annapurna region.This trek has just complicted and launched now.The trek launched and handover the village development commite on 10 of Octobar by Swiss Ambasador and Turism Minister.Swiss Ambassador to Nepal Thomas Gass expressed his happiness over developing a new trekking trail on the assistance of a Swiss agency to commemorate 50 years of diplomatic relations between Nepal and Switzerland. “Nepal is celebrating 2011 as Nepal Tourism Year
It is an opportunity for Nepal to showcase its new facets of tourism. Nepal can be winner in the race of ecotourism products in international arena,” he added. Government officials, representatives of travel trade associations, travel trade people and mediapersons attended the programme. The programme was supported by Nepal Tourism Board and Annapurna Conservation Area Project/Nepal Trust for Nature Conservation.
This trek can do with camping in five days .It has five campside and five Porters shelter camp.
1st day Pokhara to Hymja by car hike trek to Tuse 1100m trek to Hile Kharka campside 2160m
2nd day Hile Kharka to Khumai Campside(3260m)
3rd day Khumai to Kchoran Campside(3680m)
4th day Kchoran to MBC and Mardi himal base camp(4370m)
5th day Base Camp to Pipar(lake)
6th day Pipar to Kharpani(hotspring) by car to Pokhara.
1st day Pokhara to Tuse(hike) trek to Hile Kharka Camp
2nd day Tuse to Khumai Camp(2900m)
3rd day Khumai to Kachoran(Camp)(3680m)
4the day Kachora (3660) to Musiram Kharka(2960m)
5th day Musiram to Ghalel/ Lawang (home stay) (visit in tea garden)
6th day Lawang to Phedi by car to Pokhara
after Lawag you can go for tea house trek to Ghandruk,Ghorepani/Poonhill, Annapurna Base Camp ,Mardi himal trek etc.
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What Client Say About Us
Nous sommes finalement partis en octobre le trek etait tres bien preparé et l'equipe à la faois amicale serviable et efficace permettant de nous sentir en toute securité.
We have just finished a 17 days trek in the Annapurnas and Mustang regions. The trek was demanding at times but from the very beginning we encountered great support and encouragement from Jomson Treks and Expedition who provided the most efficient service.
The city has a humid subtropical climate; however, the elevation keeps temperatures moderate. Temperatures in summer average between 25 and 35 °C; in winter around −2 to 15 °C.
If you are looking for ways to conquer your fear or just want to do something crazy for your adrenaline kicks in, the high lands of our country can help you achieve this goal.
So we decided to continue with them and in August 2010 we have organized the Upper Mustang Trek with the same agency. Guru is the best trekking guide and he has his own trekking company in Pokhara ( Jomsom Treks & Expedition p.ltd)
nous sommes très satisfait de la prestation, car shiva a été un très bon guide, flexible et attentif, avec de bonnes adresses locales pour dejeuner et pour dormir. notre guide Harka était d un dévouement sans faille, et connaissait également très bien la région
Our group of six persons had a wonderful trip to Annapurna Base Camp through the help and expertise of Guru and his team of guides and porters, particularly Chandra, Anil and Samser. Their office in Pokhara is very conveniently situated and accessible by internet
My girlfriend and I just came back from the Ghorepani Trek (Poon Hill) that we did in 4 days (it can be difficult for people who are not in good shape since two of these days are 15 KM/7.5 hours walk per day without speaking of the ascent).
A great experience from the beginning! We looked for some thing off the beaten path and the Model Trek was it. We saw no fellow tourists during our camping portion of the trip ! Just locals Our guide, cook and porters were very good and friendly.
It was a truly great experience. 14 days of pure joy despite some cloudy days (monsoon…). The views from the Thorung La pass (5416m) were just incredible, and some of the villages on the route were magnificent (most notably Upper Pisang and Kagbeni)