Ganesh Himal Trek - 18 Days

Have a closer observation on the opulence of the flora and assortment of orchards and ferns found on the trek.

Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal

  • Trip Grade: Moderate

  • Max Elevation: 4100 Meters

  • Total Duration: 16 Days

  • Best Time: Jan - May & Sept - Dec

  • Group Size: Min 2 Pax.

Ganesh Himal Trekking and Good Fortune
Ganesh Himal Trek is believed to be one of the most wonderful treks in the wilderness in central Nepal. Ganesh Himal trekking is a lowland trek that will get you to the base camp and the environs around the trek have very attractive landscape. The Ganesh Himal Treks in Nepal will give trekkers an opportunity to have a closer observation on the opulence of the flora and assortment of orchards and ferns found on the trek. Ganesh Himal trekking is known as the good fortune trail because the name Ganesh is derived from the Elephant headed God of good fortune.

The Four Ranges on the Ganesh Himal Trekking Trail
The Ganesh range peaks on the Ganesh Himal trekking trail are three namely Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III and Ganesh IV and they transparently tower the skyline and are known as “The Great Himalayan Chain.” On the Ganesh Himal trekking trail, you find this great Himalayan belt between the valley of Budhi Ghandaki on the west and Bhote Koshi on the east. On the Ganesh Himal trekking trail, you will find Gorkha on the hill from where you can get a view of the snowy peaks of the Himalaya. On the Ganesh Himal trekking trail you will also find two beautiful temples of Gorakhanath and Kali within this area.

What to Find on the Ganesh Himal Trekking
The Ganesh Himal trekking that is on the terraced hillside seems to ascend to the sky. On the Ganesh Himal trekking trail, you will find many enthralling ethnic groups with different lifestyles. A glance into the Nepali life on the Ganesh Himal trekking trail offers visitors an opportunity to behold the wealth of Nepali culture and traditions. On the Ganesh Himal trekking trail, visitors will also associate with the local people closely and discover their charm and kindness. The Ganesh Himal trekking trail also makes a fine home to an assortment of plants and animals. On the Ganesh Himal trekking trail, there are 526 species of plants with 40 of these of orchards, 300 spices of birds and many attractive wild animals.

Inclusion and Exclusion

Cost Includes

  • Airport picks up & Drove

  • Kathmandu sightseeing

  • Hotel in Kathmandu

  • Local Transportation

  • Accommodation & Fooding (BLD)

  • Staff insurance

  • Licenses holder trekking guide/ porter

  • National Park permits

  • Domestic Air Ticket

  • TIMS (Trekkers’ Info management system)

  • First-aid treatment

  • Trekking equipments(Jacket/sleeping Bag)

Cost Exclusion

  • All kinds of drinks Nepal

  • Clients accident insurance Nepal

  • Personal expanses Nepal

  • Bar bills Nepal

  • Staff tips Nepal

  • International Air ticket Nepal


Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 02 : Full day Kathmandu sightseeing (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 03 : Kathmandu to Betrawati by bus (630m)
Day 04 : Betrawati to Kispang (1,600m)
Day 05 : Kispang to Thulo Chaur (2,200m)
Day 06 : Thulo Chaur to Gonga (2900m)
Day 07 : Gonga to Shing La pass base camp (3,635m)
Day 08 : Shingla pass base Camp to Kharka (2,500m)
Day 09 : Kharka to Pangsang la (4,100m)
Day 10 : Pangsang-la to Tipling (2,000m)
Day 11 : Tipling to Borang (1,700m)
Day 12 : Borang to Jharlang (1,700m)
Day 13 : Jharlang to Kintang Phedi (800m)
Day 14 : Kintang Phedi to Jemrung (1,800m)
Day 15 : Trek to Dhading Besi (700m)
Day 16 : Dhading Besi to Kathmandu by bus (1,350m)

Trip Maps

Equipments & Packing List

Following are the list of items for 1 person that will help you to pack for your trip. Note that the some items can vary according to season and number of treaking days. Luggage will be carried by the porter and day-pack with valuable items or anything important will be carried by your self.

  • Valid passport, passport size photos, air tickets
  • Trekkers' Information Management Systems (TIMS) Card, which is mandatory for trekking.
  • Dollars, pounds or Euros in cash as these currency are easily exangable and can be used on paying in different places.
  • Credit cards, Bank/ATM/Cash machine cards for withdrawing funds
  • A pair of DSLR camera with 3 extra batteries (charging is expensive on the mountain)
  • A pair of Point and shoot camera
  • Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
  • A pair of Video Camera, if you like
  • A pair of solar charger (charging is expensive, if you can charge yourself will save money)
  • A pair of Chargers with Belkin mini surge and adapter.
  • Some Extra batteries for headlamps
  • A pair of headlamp
  • A pair of watch with alarm
  • A Pair of pair sunglasses
  • Pairs of quick drying, long sleeved base layer shirts
  • Pairs of trekking shorts, short sleeve
  • Pairs of Thermal underwear – base layer
  • Pairs of liner socks
  • Pairs of pair woolen blend trekking socks
  • Pairs of trekking pants with zip off bottoms
  • Pairs of fleece sweaters – one lightweight, one heavy
  • A pair of wind proof overlayer- jacket and pants
  • A pair of down jacket
  • A pair of Rain Koot
  • A pair of Warm hat
  • A pair of lightweight thermal layer hat
  • A pair of peak hat
  • A pair of headband/dew rag
  • A pair of pair gloves
  • A pair of Pair trekking boot
  • A pair of Pair flip flops
  • A pair of down booties
  • A pair of Down Jacket(Will be provided by Simrik Real Nepal. No Need to buy)
  • A pair of sleeping bag(Will be provided by Simrik Real Nepal. No Need to buy)