Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Himal Trek

Highlights of Mardi Himal Trek

  • Great adventure
  • Annapurna area
  • View of the beautiful sunrise and Sunset
  • Variety of trees, grass, Rhododendron forests, and timberland oak
  • Stunning Landscapes views
  • Few Trekkers choice
  • Observation of Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Fishtail, Mardi and more.
  • Settlement of Ethnic village
  • Amazing route
  • Snow Falls in winter
  • 5,553 m higher form the sea level.
  • Rejuvenating experience

The overview of Mardi Himal Trek king

Perhaps, it may be incomplete to describe Mardi Himal Trek, once trekkers experience themselves they can find the reality. Since experience is more powerful than descriptions. Mardi Himal (5,553 m) is very near to Machhapuchhre and Annapurna ranges. This Himal is one of the natural gifts of Nepal which lays in south Asia. The nearest city is Pokhara.

The Mardi Himal is beautiful and attractive as a result many trekkers feel very exciting and happier. Hikers could easily observe the wonderful views of South Annapurna (7,219 m), Gandharva Chuli (6,997 m) from Mardi Himal base camp.

Your first hikers start from Kande (1,770 m) till the base camp west (4,500 m). Absolute views of trees, okes, Rhododendron, and route offer you the rejuvenating experience, as a result, you feel energetic for heading up. Besides, trekkers could observe the charming light of sunrise and sun-setting.

Hikers encounter the classic and ethnic villages along with Pau Khola including Pilinagge Khola. Furthermore, you will cross the suspension bridge. Many who go into this place by passing Deurali to Low camp and High camp.

Ultimately, trekkers end their journey after reaching Lwang village. We have similar options like Ghorepani Hill Trek, Muktinath, and for long route Manasulu region trek and other. We have experienced and trained guides who can help you. Please, visit our G.K. Majestic, Mardi Himal Trek itinerary.

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When is the best time to do Mardi Himal Trekking?

Any 12 months are worth enough to do trekking. But, summer is not good for hiking since rainfalls and cloudy weather block the natural beauty of mountains comprising spices and green trees. In addition, sometimes landslide takes place and trekking route becomes very muddy as well also mosquitos can bite easily. If you are adventurous, then you can enjoy trekking even in Summer. If you are expecting for a perfect time for the sake of trekking to Mardi Himal trek, then Autumn is the best, relatively in this season weather remains very clear and dry consequently you could see blue sky. Because of a good time, there is a swift flow of trekkers. Usually, the temperatures stay in modest during this time. So, you can make a plan.
The Best timing for Annapurna Trekking

  • Spring (March to May)
  • Summer/Monsoon (June to August)
  • Autumn (September to November)
  • Winter (December to February)

Permission Requirement for Mardi Himal Trek

All the trekkers have to go through two different permits for security and safeness.

Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit (ACAP)

The ACAP nearly charges 30 USD including VAT. When it comes to for the SAARC nationalities 5 USD for the entrance. You can do in Kathmandu either in Pokhara for Mardi Himal  Trek permission.

Trekkers Information Management (TIMS)
Very important for international trekkers. TIMS recollects a record of every trekker by the registration. It helps to find out missing trekkers. So; the TIMS charge is 30 USD.

Latest Earthquake Update for Mardi Himal Trek

The earthquake of 25 April 2015, did not spot a lot to the Mardi Himal trek area. It affected the minimum damage moderately. The report claims that 1% of the routes and 3 percent of guesthouses collapsed. Only some damages took place on the Annapurna Circuit trek rather than Mardi Himal area. So, welcome in the peak season of Autumn (September- November). Right now, it is normal and safe.

Guide and Porter for Mardi Trekking

For the risk less trekking, guides are very compulsory. Our supportive guides are highly knowledgeable for hiking even to make your trekking amazing. Besides that, they can communicate in English, Hindi, French and many more, they are Nepal government license holder Guides.

Out of 100 trekkers, 99% of trekkers go for trekking with a guide. The guides are very essential since they can help you reach out the right route and many ways depending on the conditions of weather, even your trekking becomes risk less. only 1% trekkers do not go with guides so it may be a risk. Many new trekkers do not know how to hike and have no practical ideas, as a result, their journey could be tough. So, guides are very fundamental to make the trekking very easier. We can offer you a service of qualified and experienced guides who can easily help you to reach your destination.

How much money do you have to pay for Guide and Potter?
When hiring a Guide, then you have to pay around $30 USD to $35 USD per day for the Mardi Himal Trek. This amount includes accommodation, food, and insurance. Be sure that Guides do not carry your bags or luggage.

Only potters carry your luggage or bags and they charge per day $25 to $30 USD. They carry 20-25 kg while hiking and they help to carry your bags or luggage in your respective destination on prescribed time. A potter can carry two trekkers bags.

Accommodation, Meals and drinks during trekking

Accommodation
Trekkers would have to stay mostly at Tea house and while hiking up. In addition, you could enjoy seeing some beautiful mountains, landscapes, and evergreen trees.

Food
When hiking, you need enough energy so you just need to take 3 times food. You can have breakfast along with typical Nepali Dhal, Bhat, and Tarkari depending upon your choice of food.

Drinks and Lunch
Besides, you can have selections of Organic Green Tea, Ginger Tea, Lemon Tea, Coffee and more. If would like to have lunch, then you could enjoy having a Pizza, soup items such as Chicken soup or Mushroom and noodles. In addition, you can have vegetarian or non-vegetarian items during lunch hours. Trekkers can relax by drinking Himalayan natural water since your body becomes dry when walking a lot, so you need to drink plenty of water. However, you can not drink alcohol because it makes a human body so dry. In fact, if you wish to take this then it is better to drink local alcohol on your last day trekking.

Tips for Mardi Himal Trek

  • You must need to have more energy and you can get free over 3 times once you pay for only for Nepali.
  • You have to keep Nepali money enough since there are ATM’s on this trail.
  • Keep the extra $150 for transportation and fees for monasteries and museums.
  • Come with a few more days of planning, sometimes you may need extra days to acclimatize or to explore more.
  • Do not believe in the locals because bad people could be anywhere since not all Nepalese is honest and supportive.
  • If you are willing to save money, then you could rent expensive trekking gears and equipment.
  • Do not take pictures of people without permission.
  • It could take a long time to prepare food so order early.
  • Get proper ideas about Acute Mountain Sickness or Altitude sickness.

Final Saying

Mardi Himal Trek is most easy trekking trail. It is very relevant for the Trekkers to those who have less time. Wishing you the best journey!

Trekking Gears or Trekking Equipment
Gears are very essential in order to set out for the best trekking
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1. A light or heavy water proved trekker boots since you will have to walk sometimes in snow or dry land area such boots offer more safety and easiness. However, you have to make sure that boots fit you well and should be comfortable.
2. A pair of crocus
3. 4 pairs of liner socks. Also, you need to keep warm socks and two pair socks for cold. Mainly, trekking or liner socks are very useful.
4. A few pairs of underwear. You could buy by trekking underwear while at the city or shopping center. You could use for other outdoor activities.
5. You should have to carry ultralight which is packable and portable. You can buy either or rent in Nepal. you will have to pay $1 for per day.
6. You will have to bring T-shirt and trousers for both weather cold or warm.
7. A pair of thermals.
8. Bring a Sleeping Bag which can resist more than 15 degrees Celsius. You can rent in Nepal.
9. A woolen hat, sunhat, and Sunglass.
10. Head torchlight or probable torchlight.
11. Toilet paper, water purifier, sunscreen, moisturizer, hand sanitizer, toothbrush finally toothpaste.
12.  You need to bring a Large Duffel bag. So that you can keep all your trekking gears safely. The size is about 30” x 14”, with a complete long zipper including handles along with padlock. It is waterproof.
13. You will have to bring a waterproof jacket with a hood, waterproof pants, 2 pairs of gloves/mittens (1 thin and 1 thick),
14. A sweater to wear under the fleece jacket.
15. You need to bring a small duffel bag or you can buy in Kathmandu Nepal since it is easier for you to carry your stuff.
16. A set of sandals or you could bring comfortable shoes.
17. Drinking water equipment like Thermos in order to carry lukewarm water because you will come across cold places or Normal water bottle.
18. You need 30-40-liter daypack, a rucksack with aluminum support and a waterproof bag for covering a rucksack.
19. First aid kit (Diamox, Oral Rehydration salts, all necessary medicines including bandage)
20. Trekking sticks
21. Waterproof Map
22. if wish you could bring books or phone, tablet.
23. Bring the eatable items which you like.
24. You could bring a Camera depending on your choice.

Cost Includes

  • While using a private vehicle form Airport Terminal.
  • Two nights in Kathmandu along with breakfast.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, tea or espresso while hiking.
  • Tea House Accommodations.
  • Sleeping Sack, Down Jacket, Duffel pack, Strolling Poles (after using these in rent you can return)
  • For all ground transportation.
  • Charge for Government License Guides.
  • Potters payment (A strong potter can carry two trekkers bags or luggage so the double charge includes)
  • Entry fees of Monastery.
  • Helicopter charge in case of Emergency, payment by your travel insurance.
  • An insurance guide charge.
  • Trekking route Map.
  • Entrance charge of ABC Region.
  • Registration of fee of TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System)
  • Emergency Treatment box and Normal therapeutic supplies.
  • Evening Dinner based on Nepalese culture.
  • Two nights standard convenient on B/B in Pokhara before and after trekking.

Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Hotel Expenses(In Kathmandu, some packages do include hotel expenses)
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, hot shower, telephone, laundry, titbits etc
  • Food and accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Services not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency
  • Emergency expenses such as expenses on chartered helicopter.

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