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Helambu Trekking

Helambu trekking is a short, relatively easy, and ideal for families trek, enjoyable all year round and nearby Kathmandu. The Helmo people celebrate the Tibetan New year in January–February with colorful dancing at the monasteries. Spring sees brilliant displays of rhododendron and primula bloom, and autumn come alive with post-monsoon greener. Lodges are well-serviced and spaced conveniently. Trekkers must pay separate fees to enter Shivapuri Watershed Reserve of Rs 1000 per person and the Langtang National Park fee of Rs 3000 per person in two different places.

It is a cool land ideal for growing coffee and apple trees. There are many apple plantations in Helambu. The apple farms are big and the apples are fresh and juicy. The apples are grown in well-manicured gardens and are picked by hand. The apples are then sorted and graded according to their size and color. The best apples are exported to other countries, while the rest are sold in local markets.

Melamchi Gaun, Tarke Ghyang, and Shermathang villages are located in the mountainous region of Nepal. The people from this area have their own unique culture, which is different from the mainstream Nepali culture. One of the main aspects of their culture is the Helmo dance, which is a traditional structure that they use for religious and social events. It is considered to be a very sacred holy dance by the people of Helambu.


Day 1: Kathmandu to Chisapani 2215m, 6-7 hrs bus and trek.

Kathmandu to Sundarijal 1 hr driving. Then 5 hrs uphill trekking to Chisapani 2135 meters via Shivapuri pass 2400 meters throughout the Shivapuri National Park and its villages. Passes through lush forests, beautiful terraced fields, and quaint mountain villages. Along the way, you will get to see stunning views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks, including Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Dorje Lakpa. After an uphill trek of about five hours, we arrive in Chisapani to stay the night. On arrival in Chisapani, enjoy leisurely time around the village.

Day 2: Chisapani to Kutumsang 2470 m, 6-7 hrs trek.

The second day is considerably easier because of the lesser amount of steep ascent and descent. Despite some uphill and downhill trails in some places on the route to Kutumsang today, the trek can be considered moderate in difficulty. Through the trail, we can see the Langtang range of mountains. 

Day 3: Kutumsang to Tharepati 3510 m, 6-7 hrs trek.

You will have the chance to see spectacular views and experience the beauty of trekking along this trail section. While climbing YurinDanda we can see many natural wonders and marvel at the Himalayan panorama before reaching our destination and staying at a local lodge for the night.

Day 4: Tharepati to Tarkeghyang 2740 m via Melamchigaon 2510 m, 6-7 hrs trek.

This is a beautiful way to explore the Helambu region. Melamchi Gaun in the region leads us to this beautiful Sherpa village of Tarke Ghyang. After arriving in Tarke Ghyang, we can explore the monasteries and the village. A trip to Tarke Ghyang is a fantastic way to learn about culture and spirituality. Culture and spirituality are woven together here.

Day 5: Tarkeghyang to Sermanthang 2590 m, 5-6 hrs trek.

Sermanthang is another culturally rich and natural wonder-filled village. The walk takes us to Sermanthang in about five hours. As we traverse the trail, we pass through several other Sherpa villages with incredible cultures and traditions. Before reaching Sermanthang, we walked through some forested areas. Night at Sermanthang.  

Day 6: Sermathang to Melamchi Bazaar 870 m, then 5 hrs drive to Kathmandu. This is a big day.


Quick Query


Friday, June 28th, 2013

Dear Shankar, We are back in Germany, full of impressions and new experiences. It was a very great journey in Nepal and Tibet, without any problems. That's why we have to say a big THANKS to you and your friend for the perfect organization. I think that this kind of contact between an ... Peter, Germany

Friday, June 28th, 2013

Hi Shankar, Today it is my first working day after 4 weeks. I have to say you sorry. As you know at the beginning I was not totally convinced to make this tour with your agency. No single German or other agency were able to make it better than you, I am sure about. And I am also sure, ... Ergin, Germany

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