Unique Expeditions on the Ganjala Pass Trekking Trail - 14 Days

Ganjala Pass Trekking trails to be overwhelmed by the site of the land that seems to be below their feet which are entire stretches of colorful oceans and fields.

Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal

  • Trip Grade: Difficult

  • Max Elevation: 5122 Meters

  • Total Duration: 27 Days

  • Best Time: March - May & Sept - Dec

  • Group Size: Min 2 Pax.

The Climate on the Trails of Ganjala Pass Trekking
Ganjala Pass Trekking trails start from Sybru Bensi, and conclude at Melamchi Pul Bazar. While not the coldest areas, the trails around the Ganjala Pass Trekking experience are muddy and wet on the best of days. Ganjala Pass Trekking enthusiasts tend to be extremely fit individuals. The landscape around the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails, however, is one of the most beautiful in the area. Along the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails, visitors can perceive spectacular views of Langtang Lirung and the Tibetan mountains beyond. The Ganjala Pass Trekking trails have little vegetation, but the reflections of the ice are an amazing sight to behold. The Ganjala Pass Trekking trails also give tourists amazing views of the ground below the clouds. Many areas near the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails seem to be situated in the clouds. It is not unusual for climbers using the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails to be overwhelmed by the site of the land that seems to be below their feet which are entire stretches of colorful oceans and fields.

The Itinerary of Ganjala Pass Trekking Expeditions
The Ganjala Pass Trekking trail basically reaches out towards the furthest point of the slopes of various mountains. The users of the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails have to ensure that they pack enough food, fuel, and water supplies prior to embarking on the journey. This is because there are no lodges or villages along the furthest reaches of the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails.

Amazing Buddhist Monasteries on Ganjala Pass Trekking Trails
Another amazing feature of the Ganjala Pass Trekking trails is the presence of some monasteries that seem poised to fall off the edge of the mountains. Indeed, many on the Ganjala Pass Trekking have been known to inquire of Sherpas why the Buddhists will not construct temples on flat land or rocks, but instead choose to build them on cliffs.

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

Itinerary

Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 02 : Full day Kathmandu sightseeing (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 03 : Preparation for the trekking (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 04 : Kathamdu to syfru besi by bus (1,460m)
Day 05 : Syfrubesi to Lama Hotel (2,410m)
Day 06 : Lama Hotel to Langtang (3,330m)
Day 07 : Langtang to kyanjin gompa (3,730m)
Day 08 : Rest/hike day (3,730m)
Day 09 : Kyanjin to Nyengang Kharka (4,430m)
Day 10 : Nyengang Kharaka to Keldang (4,270m)
Day 11 : Keldang to Dhukpu (4,040m)
Day 12 : Dhukpu to Tarkeghyang (2,740m)
Day 13 : Tarkeghyang to Thimbu (1,580m)
Day 14 : Thimbu to Kathmandu(By bus) (1,350m)
Day 15 : Final departure from Nepal

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.

Documents
  • 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
Electronics
  • 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
Gear
  • A pair of headlamp
  • A pair of watch with alarm
  • A Pair of pair sunglasses
Clothing
  • 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)