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Shey Ribo Drukta (Shey Crystal Moutain ) is located at an altitude of 4770m from sea level. It is two camps away from the famous Phoksundo Lake (https://exploredolpotrekking.com/trips/phoksundo-teahouse-trek-11-days/. It is one of the holiest places in the Dolpo region. Dolpo is a land of Buddhism and the Bon religion. Religion plays a vital role in the daily lives of Dolpopas. Every village has numerous pilgrimages. Dho- Tarap has Nya Sampa (New Pilgrimage). Similarly, Tinkyu ( Tinje village) has Kula Nya.
Every 12 years of the Tibetan calendar a ceremony is held at Shey. It has been practiced for centuries. It has been a ritual of the Dolpo people. Along with the time now, it is celebrated more as a festival than a ritual. The Tibetan calendar represents 12 years by 12 different animals. Mouse, Bull, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Monkey, Bird, Dog and, Pig. Every year has its specific pilgrims. For example, Boudhanath Stupa is done in the year of Bird. Mt. Kailash in the year of Horse. And Crystal Mountain in the year of Dragon.
The last festival was held in September 2012 year of Dragon. This time it will be held in 2024 after 12 years. It is a very auspicious festival where all the Dolpopas gather at an auspicious place at an auspicious time. At this auspicious festival, almost all Dolpopas do their best to attend this auspicious festival. Every year this festival gets more attention due to its uniqueness and authenticity. Now tourist people around the world are waiting for the festivals.
The festival starts on the 16th of September in 2024. 16th is the opening ceremony and many pujas and blessing speeches will be delivered by different renowned Lama and Rinpoches. There will be dance, singing, and, drama performances from the other schools of Upper Dolpo. On the 17th there will be a performance of villagers, games, archery and many more.
Similarly, the 18th the full moon is the main day and most auspicious day. On this particular, the people make rounds (Kora) to Crystal Mountain with packed lunch. It will take a whole day to make a round to Crystal Mountain. Some people prefer to make a round barefoot. In Buddhism, there is a belief that doing Kora barefoot will wash your sins. Similarly, people take the crystal from the mountains or stone to their hometown as a blessing or gift from Crystal Mountain. People dance on top of the mountain and enjoy it to the fullest. On the way, you get to visit Tsakhang Gompa one the oldest Gompa in Dolpo. The Gompa is built on the rock wall. Still, Gomchen (Meditator ) stays there and practices Buddhism and prays for world peace.
Tsankang Gompa, located in the Dolpa district of Nepal, is a remarkable Buddhist monastery that holds great cultural and spiritual significance. Situated at an elevation of approximately 4500 meters (14,763 feet) in the remote and picturesque Dolpa region, Tsankang Gompa stands as a testament to the rich heritage and religious devotion of the local community.
Gompa is one of the prominent monasteries in Dolpa. The monastery is perched on a rock hill, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding snow-capped peaks, including the mighty Dhaulagiri range and crystal mountain. Its strategic location provides a serene and tranquil atmosphere for meditation and contemplation.
The architecture of Tsankang Gompa reflects the traditional Tibetan Buddhist style. The monastery consists of a prayer hall, and meditation, adorned with colorful murals, intricate wood carvings, and sacred Buddhist scriptures. The intricate artwork depicts Buddhist deities, enlightened beings, and important religious events, serving as a visual representation of Buddhist teachings.
Tsankang Gompa is not only a religious center but also a hub for cultural activities. It serves as a gathering place for the local community to celebrate festivals, conduct rituals, and engage in communal prayers. During special occasions, such as the Shey Festival. The monastery comes alive with vibrant ceremonies, masked dances, and religious processions, attracting devotees from far and wide.
Visiting Tsankang Gompa is a journey of exploration and spiritual immersion.
In recent years, Tsankang Gompa has gained attention from trekkers and adventure enthusiasts seeking off-the-beaten-path experiences. Trekking routes leading to the monastery offer breathtaking vistas of the Himalayas, serene lakes, and encounters with rare wildlife, including the elusive snow leopard.
Explore Dolpo Trek has come with four different itineraries for the Shey Festival 2024 considering clients’ different schedules and time frames. All four packages are of fixed departure and interested clients can customize and book private trips. We have different options you can choose based on your time frame and budget-wise.
- Day 01 - Aug 07:Arrival in Kathmandu (1400m)
- Day 02 - Aug 08:Kathmandu to Nepalgunj/ flight (150m)
- Day 03 - Aug 09:Nepalgunj to Juphal/ flight and Juphal to Dunai/ (215m) 3hrs 45mins
- Day 04 - Aug 10:Dunai to Chhepka (2720m) 5/6hrs
- Day 05 - Aug 11:Chhepka to Chunuwar / Amchi Hospital (3110m) 6hrs
- Day 06 - Aug 12:Chunuwar / Amchi Medical facility to Phoksundo Lake (3640m) 5hrs
- Day 07 - Aug 13:Exploration Day / Rest Day (3640m)
- Day 08 - Aug 14:Phoksundo to Sallaghari (3594m) 5/6 hrs
- Day 09 - Aug 15:Sallaghari to Nangdala HC (4500m) 6hrs
- Day 10 - Aug 16:Nangdala HC to Shey Gompa (4343m) crossing Nangdala pass 7hrs
- Day 11 - Aug 17:1st day of festival (Opening Ceremony) (4343m)
- Day 12 - Aug 18:2nd Day of festival (4343m)
- Day 13 - Aug 19:3rd Day of festival-Full moon (Kora) 4343m
- Day 14 - Aug 20:4th Day of festival (4343m)
- Day 15 - Aug 21:Shey Gompa to Namgung Gompa (4360m) crossing Shey La Pass 5hrs
- Day 16 - Aug 22:Namgong Gompa to Saldang (3770m) 6hrs
- Day 17 - Aug 23:Saldang to Komash Village (4210m) 5/6hrs
- Day 18 - Aug 24:Komash Village to Shimen (3885m) 5hrs
- Day 19 - Aug 25:Shimen to Tinje (4110m) 5hrs
- Day 20 - Aug 26:Tinje Village to Yak Kharka (4500m) 6hrs
- Day 21 - Aug 27:Yak Kharka to Tokyu (4209m) 5/6 hrs
- Day 22 - Aug 28:Tokyo to Dho Tarap (3944m) 3/4hrs
- Day 23 - Aug 29:Dho Tarap to Naworpani ((3780m) 6hrs
- Day 24 - Aug 30:Naworpani to Lashicap (2775m) 5/6hrs
- Day 25 - Aug 31:Lashicap to Dunai (2140m) 5/6hrs
- Day 26 - Sep 01:Dunai to Juphal (2140m) 3/4hrs
- Day 27 - Sep 02:Juphal to Nepalgunj flight and Nepalgunj to Kathmandu flight
- Day 28 - Sep 03:Depart Kathmandu
Day 01 - Aug 07: Arrival in Kathmandu (1400m)
As you fly into Kathmandu, the sights of snow-capped hilltops welcome you. An agent and chauffeur from our work will satisfy you at the flight terminal and companion you to your resort. The agent will assist you look into your assigned resort. At the resort, you will be briefed regarding your everyday tasks.
Day 02 - Aug 08: Kathmandu to Nepalgunj/ flight (150m)
From Kathmandu, we take a bus or fly on any type of residential provider to Nepalgunj. Nepalgunj, a community in the western Terai, is really near to the Indian boundary and the Bardia Nationwide Park.
It's a significant transfer center for the western, mid-western, and far-western areas of Nepal. Overnight remain will go to a resort or lodge that's 10 to 15 mins own from the flight terminal. Our agent will choose you up at the flight terminal and take you to the resort.
Day 03 - Aug 09: Nepalgunj to Juphal/ flight and Juphal to Dunai/ (215m) 3hrs 45mins
Nepalgunj to Juphal (2475 m) trip and Juphal to Dunai (2140m)/ 3hrs.
Our agent will choose you up from the resort and takes you to the flight terminal. Today we take a 35 mins lengthy trip to Juphal. Our traveling begins with Juphal.
The path from Juphal to Dunai fits and is simple as the path on this section of the trip likewise has a couple of jeeps going to and fro. The initial 45 mins of the trip descent to Kalagauda complied with by 2 hrs of the trek along the path over the Thuli Bheri River.
We trip by the waterfront and pass Roop Ghar with the sprinkle mill and lastly get to the Dunai (2150m) a village, the headquarter of the area. Dunai has some institutions federal government and personnel, universities, authorities inspect messages, and some federal government workplaces.
You can go to the Bon Stupa institution, the Main Buddhist abbey, and the first English tool institution throughout the river, From the Stupa you can see the whole community and another town, top Dunai as well.
Day 04 - Aug 10: Dunai to Chhepka (2720m) 5/6hrs
As the trip starts we first trip along the traditional traveling path of Dolpo through Sulighat, which is practically a comfy stroll along the leveled path.
We will create the traveling allowance to Dolpo and the Shey Phoksundo Nationwide Park Allow at the Sulighat Check-post. Currently, we are formally within Shey Phoksundo Nationwide Park.
Past Sulighat our trip complies with the path next to the Phoksundo River till Kageni. As the trip goes additional, the landscapes in the area start to modify. We trip with the rich exotic woodland often arising at separated mid-hill towns like Jutung and show up to Shangta.
At Shangta we go across the connection twice- when over the Phoksundo River and when over the convergence of Phoksundo Khola and Maiaba Khola and start to head north to Chhepka.
Traveling upstream along the path next to Phoksundo Khola for some time we show up to Chhepka. We place our camps at a perfect place in Chhepka for the overnight remain.
Day 05 - Aug 11: Chhepka to Chunuwar / Amchi Hospital (3110m) 6hrs
Today the the path leads you next to Phoksundo Khola- the path of the well-known Reduce Dolpa Circuit. We trip on the contrary instructions of the river stream to Amchi Medical facility.
The trip goes across the connect over Phoksundo Khola two times. As we are method better to Kharka travelling along the incredibly tranquil area the path goes high over Phoksundo Khola to Rechi 3011m, where we pick up the lunch.
Past Rechi we once again trek along the riverside path to Sulligad Dovan where we go across the connection over the convergence of Phoksundo Khola and Yulung Khola and show up to Amchi Medical facility. Amchi describes conventional physicians that recover infections and illnesses utilizing the natural medication discovered in Dolpo.
Amchi Medical facility is the therapy facility of the residents of Dolpo, where professional Amchis deal with the clients. We'll resolve our camps by side of Amchi Medical facility.
Day 06 - Aug 12: Chunuwar / Amchi Medical facility to Phoksundo Lake (3640m) 5hrs
We'll sign up with the straight path to Phoksundo Lake today climbing up with woodlands of huge cedars on Palam (3710m), a winter season negotiation utilized by individuals of the Ringmo town.
The entryway terminal for the Shey Phoksundo Nationwide Park goes to the southern finish of the town. The path after that descends on switchbacks with open up the nation to an altitude of 3300 meters, and after that begins up another establish of dirty switchbacks to a ridge at 3780 meters to the greatest falls in Nepal (200 meters high). Our path after that proceeds on Ringmo town, a stunning negotiation of flat-roofed rock homes with great deals of mani wall surfaces. Simply listed below Ringmo we go across connect and comply with the path to Phoksundo Lake, where we camp at the national forest outdoor camping premises west.
Day 07 - Aug 13: Exploration Day / Rest Day (3640m)
Today we check out the location of Ringmo Town and the spectacular Phoksundo Lake. Initially, we check out Ringmo Town and go to Tshowa (the lake-shore Bon Abbey).
The Gompa nestling a ridge leading over Phoksundo Lake was developed 900 years back. Discovering this culturally abundant Bon Abbey is an interesting experience. After that, we fall to Phoksundo Lake along steep-sided high cliffs.
The lake is well-known for its spectacular blue-green color and magnificent surroundings. Ringmo town, a common Tibetan town, is beautiful see from Phoksundo Lake. There are a number of abbeys (Gompas ) and Bon-po spiritual websites at the park and we invest our time going to a few of these. We likewise check out the fantastic all-natural websites and appreciate our nature trip.
Day 08 - Aug 14: Phoksundo to Sallaghari (3594m) 5/6 hrs
Today’s trek is probably one of the best trekking days of the Dolpo to Mustang Trek. It climbs along the narrow trail cut on a cliff standing vertically straight above Phoksundo Lake.
This treacherously fascinating trail brings us to another side Today’s trek is probably one of the best trekking days of Dolpo to Mustang Trek. It climbs along the narrow trail cut on a cliff standing vertically straight above Phoksundo Lake.
This treacherously fascinating trail brings us to another side of Phoksundo Lake. This particular part of the trek is like a fantasy walk portrayed by a writer in their fiction novels.
To get to the Phoksundo Khola camp on the other side of the lake, we slide down for ninety minutes along the beautiful forests. The final part of today’s trek slides up to the beautiful campsite at Sallaghari. Enjoy the night in the camps amongst the beautiful pine forest.
Day 09 - Aug 15: Sallaghari to Nangdala HC (4500m) 6hrs
Today’s trek is relatively short; we trek for almost three hours to reach Kangla/Nangdala Base Camp 4100m. As the trek begins we ascend up the narrow defile of Tuk Kyaksa River. The trail switches to the opposite side of the river several times. Soon we arrive to a place where the rapids of the river are calmer. We cross the bridge over the river at that point.
After thirty minutes of walking after the bridge, we come across the wide valley followed by two hours of walking along the canyon brings us to the potential campsite. A walk for a while further reaches to the massive rock slab, which is Kang La/Nangdala Base Camp- our campsite for the night.
Day 10 - Aug 16: Nangdala HC to Shey Gompa (4343m) crossing Nangdala pass 7hrs
Today we trek to the fabled Shey Gompa and the nearby 'Crystal Mountain', the most sacred peak in Dolpo which Dolpo pilgrims circumambulate each summer before the harvest. We are now entering the real Dolpo, and to enter into this mystical land we have to cross the Kangla/Nangdala pass.
The trek to the top of Kang La/Nangdala Pass is along the graveled trail uphill for three continuous hours. However, all the efforts put to come up to the top of the pass reward us with wonderful views.
The eye-feast views from the Kang La Pass include Cyrstal Mountain, the mountains in Tibetan territory, and the mesmerizing landscapes of Dolpo. We also have views of the peaks Shey Shikkar and Kang Chunne, both just over 6000 meters, before descending steeply down to the valley floor and along the river.
A red chorten marks the entrance to Shey. Every Dragon year according to the Tibetan calendar that comes in every 12 years there occurs a grand festival. People from different places and countries come to join this festival. We camp for the night.
Day 11 - Aug 17: 1st day of festival (Opening Ceremony) (4343m)
You will participate in the festival. The grand celebration will start with prayers and blessing speech by the renowned Rinpoche’s and Lamas. The local inhabitants, as well as monks from various monasteries, participate in the festivities, making it a truly vibrant and spiritually charged event. There will be dance, singing, picnic lunch and traditional dance by old age people. Back to camp and have dinner after the first day is over. embracing the peaceful atmosphere and reflecting on the day's trekking experience.
Day 12 - Aug 18: 2nd Day of festival (4343m)
During the Shey gompa festival, devotees and pilgrims undertake arduous journeys to reach the monastery. They come from different parts of Nepal, as well as from neighboring Tibet, to witness and participate in the scared rituals. Many pilgrims also bring offering such as butter lamps, prayer flags, and religious artifacts to the present to the monastery and seek blessings. All the villagers performed famous horse racing and archery. Early evening, they will performed traditional dance and singing to entertain the visitors who have came from far distance.
Day 13 - Aug 19: 3rd Day of festival-Full moon (Kora) 4343m
The Shey Gompa festival not only showcases the spiritual devotion of the people but also serves as a means to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of the region. It attract researchers, scholars, and tourists interested in exploring the unique traditions and practices of the Dolpo region.
You will be joining the local people for the tour to the crystal mountain. Which is also the important factor of the festival. It is believe that crystal mountain is place where actually, Buddhist master have walk through. Preserving the tradition of ancestors means, they value it lot more than it looks like. The kora will take probably, 5-6 hours of walk. You will enjoy the walk as you will find lot of diverse, the traditional and cultural dressed by the local will make you more curious about way of their life. Take a time to interact with local to understand it much better. Back to camp, have tea or coffee and our kitchen team will start cooking the dinner. Enjoy the dinner early and off to bed or embracing the peaceful atmosphere and reflecting on the day’s trekking experience and take part in local people performing cultural dance and singing.
Day 14 - Aug 20: 4th Day of festival (4343m)
One of the most awe-inspiring aspects of the festival is the "Masked Dance" or "Cham Dance" performed by the monks. Clad in vibrant costumes and ornate masks representing deities, demons, and various mythical figures, the dancers engage in intricate and symbolic movements to enact ancient Buddhist stories and teachings. The dance is accompanied by traditional music and chanting, creating an enchanting and mesmerizing atmosphere. Enjoy the day at festival and interact with local people to understand it more deeply. After all the activities, self-exploring time and you could walk around to prepare for the next adventures trekking.
Day 15 - Aug 21: Shey Gompa to Namgung Gompa (4360m) crossing Shey La Pass 5hrs
Today we will explore Shey Gompa. It is said to be about an 800-year-old monastery, with murals inside and an ancient scroll describing the mythology behind Crystal Mountain. The monastery is locally known as Shelri Sumdho Gompa.
Shey Festival, the summer festival observed by the people of Dolpo with huge enthusiasm is hosted at Shey Gompa. Peter Matthiessen wrote quite a lot about his stay in Shey in 'The Snow Leopard', and it was shown in Eric Valli’s movie ‘Caravan' as Thinley's son's gompa. After the exploration of Shey Gompa as the trek begins, it follows the trail beside Sephu Khola for almost a couple of hours.
The landscapes during this part of the trek are typical Dolpo landscapes- barren and enchanting. Then we begin to climb up towards the top of Shey La Pass, which is almost two hours of hike. The acme of Shey La Pass west of Shey, rewards us with the magnificent views of Mustang to the East, Tibet to the North, and Kanjiroba, Kagmara, and Riu Dhukta, or the Crystal Mountain, to the West. The final push downhill from the pass, which is almost 2 hours of hike brings us to Namgung. We spend our night at Namgung, a local nomadic herding settlement
Day 16 - Aug 22: Namgong Gompa to Saldang (3770m) 6hrs
Before setting out towards Saldang, we explore the monastery of Namgung set on the flanking cliff. As the trek from Namgong Gompa begins we follow Namga Khola cross past more summer herding spots and emerge out of spur for a short hike down to Saldang. Saldang is a beautiful village with lots of dry land surrounded by hills. Amchi tradition and Buddhism in Dolpo thrive here at Saldang. We'll get a chance to visit some local houses, drink some salt butter tea or change (Tibetan barley beer) and sample the local fare at Saldang.
Day 17 - Aug 23: Saldang to Komash Village (4210m) 5/6hrs
Today we trek for six hours and reach the village of Komash. Initially, the trail follows the Saldang Lek along the Rapyha Khola to the barren hillside. Exiting out to the elevated ridge of almost 4500m, the trail descends down steeply to Komash Village a village which bears similarity to a Tibetan village. Overnight in tents at Komash.
Day 18 - Aug 24: Komash Village to Shimen (3885m) 5hrs
As we trek from Komash village we may sight some endangered animals like snow leopards or Blue sheep. On the way, we pass small villages. The landscapes in the vicinity are full of highland deserts with few shrub-like vegetation. After almost five hours of comfortable hiking, we arrive at Shimen. Overnight in the tented camps at Shimen.
Day 19 - Aug 25: Shimen to Tinje (4110m) 5hrs
Today the trail goes by the side of Panjyang Khola. There are some villages and gompas on the way to Tinje. Tinje is a very beautiful valley. There is a natural airstrip where once a British aircraft had landed and taken off.
Day 20 - Aug 26: Tinje Village to Yak Kharka (4500m) 6hrs
From the village of Tinje, we trek to Yak Kharka. Initially, the trail to Yak Kharka chases the trail beside the Panjyan River to the small settlement of Chhamdang. Beyond Chhamdang the trek along the river bank continues to the confluence of Chholtam Khola and Panjyan Khola. Trekking further we cross the bridge over Thalum Khola, which flows from Thalum Lek, and arrive at Yak Kharka. Yak Kharka is an open grazing ground for yaks and sheep. The grassy meadow of Yak Kharka makes for an excellent camping site.
Day 21 - Aug 27: Yak Kharka to Tokyu (4209m) 5/6 hrs
As the trek begins today, we cross the bridge over Sulun Khola. Crossing the bridges over several streams the trek arrives at Choila North Pass 5040m. The trail to Choila North BC is an arduous and difficult trek. Almost two hours of steep climb brings us to the top of Choila Pass from where the fascinating sights of Tokyu camps are seen. A downhill and leveled trail beside Choila Khola brings us to Tokyu, where we settle our camps for the overnight stay.
Day 22 - Aug 28: Tokyo to Dho Tarap (3944m) 3/4hrs
Today after breakfast we walk towards Dho Tarap, it is nearly one and half hours walk. We spend the day at Dho Tarap. Dho Tarap is a large village decorated with colorful prayer flags.
There are chortens, mani walls, and monasteries. Villagers grow wheat, buckwheat, barley, potatoes, and green vegetables in terraced fields. There are tea houses, shops with minimal supplies, and lodges. The people closely resemble the Khampas of Tibet, the men with a ponytail and red tassels coiled around their heads.
The women sport musk deer teeth necklaces. Dho Tarap has a maze of mud-brick Tibetan houses which was featured in Eric Valli’s famous movie 'Caravan', the village where Karma and his band of young Dolpo-pa, and Thinley and his older group of Dolpo-pa, set off with their salt to trade for barley over the high passes.
We will enjoy a nature tour and a cultural program consisting of traditional Tibetan dances and songs presented by the villagers. Here we have few major sites that are worthwhile exploring around Dho Tarap.
Including Ribo Bumpa Monastery & Drakmar Dewa Monastery, the vicinity around Dho Tarap has many other important monasteries which include Mekhyim Monastery, Dhoro Monastery, and a Bon Gompa of Shipichowk among others. So make your decision wisely while choosing the monastery you prefer to explore from the pool of many.
Day 23 - Aug 29: Dho Tarap to Naworpani ((3780m) 6hrs
Today, the trek covers a long distance. As we start the trek, we hike along the flat trail beside Tarap Khola to Mirububane Khola Dovan- the confluence of Tarap Khola and Mirubabane Khola. Then the trek slides down to the bridge over Klang Khloa at Langa Camp.
The trail continues to chase Tarap Khola with picturesque views of arid landscapes. As the trek goes further the trail emerges and cross passes several villages like Sisaul, Gyamghar, and Toltol and finally we come to Nawarpani for the night stop.
Day 24 - Aug 30: Naworpani to Lashicap (2775m) 5/6hrs
The trek today begins on the trail that runs beside Tarap Khola. Gradually, the view in the vicinity begins to change. The green forest starts to emerge. For a while, we slide up high above Tarap Khola to Lamchaur. Cross-passing Lahini Odar, we descend down the hill to Chhedhul Gompa.
Once again, after a short walk along the trail beside Tarap Khola we arrive at Laisicap for the camp.
Day 25 - Aug 31: Lashicap to Dunai (2140m) 5/6hrs
Now on we trek along the green woodlands high above the Thuli Bheri River towards Tarakot. Just before arriving at Tarakot, we cross the bridge over the small stream.
The last day of the trek is no less interesting. We trek on the trail that stretches beside the Thuli Bheri River to Dunai via Lawan and Byasgad. The trail has a forested region on its west, the Thuli Bheri River, and cultivated terraced fields on its East. We have our lunch at Dunai.
Day 26 - Sep 01: Dunai to Juphal (2140m) 3/4hrs
The trail goes by the side of the Bheri River till Kalagawda and then the trail ascends towards Juphal. A couple of hours trek from Dunai brings us to Juphal.
Day 27 - Sep 02: Juphal to Nepalgunj flight and Nepalgunj to Kathmandu flight
From Juphal we fly to Nepalgunj by early morning flight. In Nepalgunj, you will have to spend some time looking around the airport settlement or can go to the hotel and have a rest. By afternoon flight you will be flying to Kathmandu. Our representative will pick you up at Kathmandu airport and will take you to the hotel.
Day 28 - Sep 03: Depart Kathmandu
Our representative will drive you to the airport for your flight home.
Price Includesservices provided during the trek.
- 3-star Hotel night in Nepalgunj and Kathmandu on a BB basis. Airport pick-up and drop
- 1 night at Nepalgunj https://nepalgunj.siddharthahospitality.com/
- 2 nights at Kathmandu: http://www.pemaboutiquehotel.com/
- Crew members:
- Trekking equipment:
- Food: Three times meals ( Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner)type of different items
- Drink: Tea, Coffee, hot chocolate, and Tang juice with light snacks biscuits cookies, etc.
- Domestic flights: KTM- KEP- DOP, DOP- KEP-KTM
- Trekking permits: Lower Dolpo, Upper Dolpo, and, National Park
- Nepalese visa fee and International flight
- Meals in Kathmandu and Nepalgnuj
- Travel and rescue insurance
- It doesn’t include a pillow and sleeping bag
- Personal gears
- Payment for extra weights at the airport (more than 15 kg)
- Additional nights at Nepalgunj and Kathmandu
- Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters,
- Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)
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