In the Annapurna area, the Khayer Lake Trek is a fascinating hiking location. The government just released this path to the public a few years ago. The beautiful vistas of the Annapurna ranges, including Annapurna South, Annapurna III and IV, Himchuli, Machhapuchhre, and many more, from the majestic Khayer Lake at 4827 meters are the main attractions of this journey.
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The primary ethnic groups in the region are the Gurung, Magar, and Tamang. Along with Khayer Lake, the route allows you to discover the distinctive traditional lifestyle and culture. While hiking through the rice fields, take in the breathtaking vistas of mountain ranges.
Khayer Lake Trek takes you to an area that was previously unknown as a hiking destination but now provides an excellent trekking experience. Khopra Danda Journey is another name for this trek that is gaining popularity among hikers. The hike combines walking in a famous hiking destination, Ghorepani Poon Hill, with exploring a less-traveled section, Khayer Lake.
After visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu(optional), the Khopra Ridge Khayer Lake Trek begins in Pokhara. We'll be trekking in the most popular Ghorepani Poon hill trek path for the first few days. Poon Hill viewpoint offers a 360-degree panoramic picture of the dawn over the mountains. Rice fields, rhododendron forests, juniper, and other trees with tropical plants border the path.
In addition, the journey allows you to engage with local ethnic groups, learn about their traditions, and learn about their way of life. You will also come across several Tibetan / Buddhist and Hindu temples and shrines. Meanwhile, the highest point on this journey is 3640 meters, while a day climb up to Khayer Lake is around 4660 meters.
On Annapurna south, Khayer lake is located at an elevation of 4,700 meters. This lake is considered holy and sacred by Hindus. Khayer Lake, Khopra Danda, and Poon Hill are located at a greater height. The mountain ranges of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Dhampus, Nilgiri, Lamjung, and Machhapuchre can all be viewed. The lake itself has a lot of historical value. It is one of Hinduism's holiest lakes. Many pilgrims visit Khayer Lake during Janai Purnima in the months of July and August.
The cost of the ideal Khayer Lake Trek is around US$ 475 per person. However, a group of at least two individuals is required, and if just one person is present, the fee will be somewhat higher. Also, if extra days are required, please do not hesitate to request them. I am adaptable and can tailor your itinerary and price to your needs.
The Khayer Lake Trek, also known as Khobra Trekking, is a moderate climb that takes you past streams and rivers, rhododendron and orchid woods, lush terraced fields, and scenic Gurung villages. Hike to the highest possible altitude in Khayer Lake and cure your body with the cleanest mountain air.
Nepal trekking season is divided into two parts: after the fall and after the winter. The next month, from mid-September to mid-December, is considered the greatest hiking season in the Himalayas. During this time of year, the weather is comfortable, not too hot or chilly, and the mountain views are perfectly clear.
There's a brilliant new trekking season on the horizon. After the winter, when the sun gets warmer in the spring, hikers to the Himalayas may once again enjoy a pleasant temperature. Many various varieties of flowers bloom in Nepal during the spring season, both on trees and on the ground, and it is also the greatest time to hike up peaks for expeditions.
The autumn season is regarded to be the greatest trekking season in Nepal. This trekking season in Nepal falls in September, October, and November. Excellent weather and enticing mountain vistas are available throughout this season. The weather is pleasant, making it an ideal time for hiking. The sky is mostly clear, and the vistas are spectacular.
In Nepal, the spring season is often regarded as the finest time to do trekking and mountain climbing. This season provides a diverse range of wild flora, including the flowering of huge rhododendrons over 3000m and a hunting paradise, making higher altitude walking more pleasant and fascinating. It is slightly warm at lower levels and rather cool at higher elevations above 4000m, allowing for stunning and great mountain views. This hiking season in Nepal occurs in the months of March, April, and May.
Explained below is the 16 days itinerary for the Khayer lake trek. This schedule is expected to face some ups and downs for the possibility of a sudden change in weather and other non-ignorant factors that may arise during the trip.
Our agent will meet, greet, and welcome you upon arrival at Kathmandu airport in order to take you to your confirmed accommodation. You may either stay at the hotel and rest, relax, and enjoy your time there, or you can go for a walkabout the city.
Our guide will meet you at the hotel and then drive you to Pokhara, which is roughly 200 kilometers west of Kathmandu. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of rivers and landscapes as you travel down the highway. Check into your hotel and get some rest when you arrive in Pokhara. Later in the afternoon, take a stroll down Pokhara's lakefront boulevard and along the banks of the Phewa lake.
Check out of the hotel in the morning, and then we'll travel to Nayapul. The journey begins at Nayapul with Tikhedhunga as the first goal. The track is easy to follow, with most of it being a smooth ascent to Tikhedhunga.
We'll begin our trip from Tikhedhunga to Ulleri's steep steps. Ulleri's steep slopes are difficult to traverse, so take your time as you pass through towns and streams. The trek's first sight of the Himalayas will be along the route. The route eventually goes towards Ghorepani, passing through a rhododendron grove. The group will spend the night in a nearby lodge.
You'll start your climb to Poon Hill early in the morning in order to enjoy the first rays of sunlight. Poon Hill's lovely dawn glides over the culturally rich towns set against the gorgeous mountains in the distance. Following that, we return to Ghorepani for breakfast. We next depart Ghorepani and travel to Swata village. We'll arrive at today's destination, Swata village, after a 4-hour journey through lush rhododendron woods.
Today is a tough day because we have to climb over 1500 meters. We hike a difficult trail from Swata hamlet, passing through numerous stunning vistas and gorges. The spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna south, and Machhapuchhre may be enjoyed throughout the trek. We arrive in KhobraDanda after trekking for around 5 to 6 hours.
This is the day when we will arrive at our final destination. We depart KhobraDanda and travel to Khayer Base Camp. Because of the altitude, the path is challenging, and it will take 4 to 5 hours to reach Khayer Base Camp.
The magnificent dawn views over the Annapurna mountain range may be seen early in the morning. Spend the entire day exploring and roaming about Khayer Lake and its environs.
We retrace our steps back to KhobraDanda today. The 4 to 5-hour hike takes place on a lovely path with stunning sights.
We'll leave Khobra Danda and travel via hills, gorges, and a forest to reach Chistibung, which should take 4 to 5 hours. In Chistibung, we spend the night.
To get to Dobato, the route takes us on a series of ascents and descents through a deep forest. Beautiful scenery with lush rhododendron woods and panoramic views of mountain ranges may be seen along the path.
The journey to Dobato includes a sequence of ascents and descents through a dense forest. Along the walk, you'll pass through thick rhododendron bushes and witness panoramic vistas of mountain ranges.
We arrive at Ghandruk village early in the morning. We travel through a thick rhododendron forest with waterfalls and streams as we descend. Ghandruk village is one of Nepal's largest and most well-known Gurung settlements, offering direct insight into the Gurung community's culture and customs. The view of Annapurna and Machhapuchhre hills from this hamlet is very breathtaking.
This is the last day of your trip. You will begin trekking downhill to Nayapul after leaving the lovely town of Ghandruk. In comparison to the previous days, the path is rather simple. When you arrive in Nayapul, you will board the van and return to Pokhara. This brings the tour's hiking to a close.
Your companion will pull you up from your accommodation and accompany you back to Kathmandu for the remainder of the day. Views of the villages, the Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers, rice terraces, and mountain ranges may be enjoyed while driving. When you arrive in Kathmandu, check into your accommodation, relax, or take a stroll through Thamel.
Our office representative will pick you up in the morning and transport you to the airport for your journey to your next location, based on your departure time.
Khayer Lake Trek is a new Himalayan trekking experience in the Annapurna area. It takes you on a journey into the vastness of the region's alpine isolation. This journey is one of Annapurna's most tranquil and remote trekking excursions. This excursion is for you if you enjoy trekking in the mountains in a calm environment with fewer travelers.
Many people would be surprised to learn that a hike like this occurs in the Annapurna area. People think that if they go trekking in Annapurna, the trekking sites will be popular. However, this journey takes place in the Annapurna region's wildness. Although locals would walk the path for different reasons, such as a pilgrimage to Khayer Lake, it was not a popular destination for trekkers.
But now that it's up and running, it's brought with it the breathtaking beauty of the mountains. The trip is not, however, entirely in the woods. Ghorepani Poon Hill and Annapurna Sanctuary Trek both utilize the same path.
From Ghorepani onwards, you'll be walking through a more tranquil part of the Himalayas. The journey ends at Khayer Lake (4665m) above Khopra Danda, where you may take in the beauty of the Annapurna area. You will encounter a calmer section of the highlands as you travel towards the higher elevation of Khayer Lake.
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