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20 Days
Availability : March- May & Sept - Nov
Ganesh Himal

Ganesh Himal Trek in the Himalayas is one of the most superb treks between the Manaslu range and Budhi Gandaki Valley. The valley takes its name from the Hindu God of wealth, Ganesh.
This trek is best for people researching flowers and want to be at one with nature. The 16-day trek begins from the Betrawati Bazaar but the real pleasure starts just after the Singla pass that leads to the Jaisal Kund Lake. On the way to the stunning village of Jyamrung, we will encounter the rhododendron forest where we can explore the flora and fauna of the region.

Along the way, we will see the spectacular views of the Tibetan mountains, the Langtang region and many more. The paddy fields will provide a stunning green background to our trek along the way including 526 species of floras and 300 species of fauna!

Tour Details

The best time to trek here is between March to May (spring) or August to December (autumn). This is also the best time for cost, guides, itinerary and services. We have highly experienced professional guides to help you along the way. 

The trek itself will cover four peaks over 7000 metres and many over 6000 metres. The Ganesh Himal is named for the elephant-headed Hindu God. The region has amazing scenery, deep canyons, snow-capped mountains and local villages. 

Despite the relatively accessible nature of the trek, once we hit the routes, you will not see any other trekkers. From day one you will wake up to stunning views of the snow peaks and be passing through traditional villages. A couple of the days will be spent trekking in indigenous forests with beautiful old trees. The views from Sing La are outstanding with spectacular mountain panoramas. 

We are delighted to be able to offer a traditional trek, with plenty of excellent walking, that is of a moderate grade and yet is well off the beaten track.

Departure & Return Location

Kathmandu, Nepal

Price Includes

  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast
  • Personal Trekking Guide (Sherpas)
  • All ground Transportation
  • Entrance Fees, Trekking Permits and Park Fees
  • All 3 meals during Trek
  • Trekking & Porters Meals, Accommodation, Salary & Insurance
  • All taxes Includes

Price Excludes

  • International Flights & Nepal Visa Fees
  • Travel Medical Insurance also need to include Rescue by Chopper
  • All Personal Trekking Gears
  • Client’s Personal Expenses and any kind of Unforeseen Expenses
  • All bar bills, Water, Personal Food
  • Natural Calamities beyond our Control and Expenses incurred during Rescue Services
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Gratuity to Staff


  • Sleeping Bag, Down Jackets
  • Local Tours
  • Himalayan Circuit T-Shirt
  • Personal Assistant
What to Expect

This trip is ideal for those who are looking for a moderate trek whilst still exploring the region and embracing the culture. You will be walking through enigmatic villages and dense forests, experiencing the natural beauty of the region. With a blanket of mountains surrounding astounding villages and dazzling lakes, we immerse in the tranquillity of the trail. Unlike the classic Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Base Camp Trek, the trail is less crowded, and we can enjoy the beauty to ourselves. A remote trail unharmed by modernization, rich in ancient cultures, traditions, and lifestyle, Ganesh Himal Trek route is a challenging yet highly recommended trek for adventure lovers. The sacred trail to Ganesh Himal packed with wonders, also has a fascinating landscape that will amaze us with every turn we take.

  • Newly trekking destination close to the capital city of Kathmandu
  • The sacred Parvati lake (Kunda), twin sacred White and Black Lakes
  • Shimmering close up view of Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal and Manaslu Himal
  • Climb airy stone staircases, and trek along exhilarating mountain ridges
  • Several rivers along with suspension bridges, Georges, waterfalls and stone- driven mills
  • Visit remote Gurung and Tamang villages
  • Diverse terrain farmland, green meadow and rocky hills

Day 01 Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal

Upon arrival, we will greet you at the airport and take you to the hotel. We will be offering a short tour in Kathmandu where you can get any money changes, go to the supermarket, pick up any gear you may need for the trek. We will also complete a short briefing of the tour before we retire for the evening.

Day 02Free in Kathmandu for sightseeing and pre trip briefing

Today is a day for you to sightseeing in Kathmandu and pick up any essentials you may have forgotten. We recommend you visit the Durbar Square in the heart of the old city where the old Royal Palace is located. There will be plenty of shopping available in a variety of shops and stalls.

Today there will be a full briefing and gear check so that you are prepared for the trek and locate essential items should you need them.

Day 03Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (8-9 hours drive) (today is the first trekking day)

We will drive to the gateway between Langtang National Park’s checkpoints. The drive is through the road of Dhunche, a mountainous village situated 2030 metres above sea level. After almost 8 hours of driving through scenic gorges and valleys, we will stop at Parvati Kunda. We will be greeted by local people from the Tamang region where we will overnight and enjoy some traditional dancing around the campfire.

Day 04Syabrubesi to Chawater (stop for lunch) to Gatlang and then 5-6 hours hike

We start the day heading to Gatlang which is a small Tamang village following a twisty trail to the Bahun Dada pass as we descended to reach Gatlang. Our lunch will be served in Chawater and the food is delicious as most of the vegetables are freshly picked and organically grown. As we pass through the magnificent Tamang village, rich in its own culture and tradition we enjoy day one of the trek.

Day 05Gatlang to Parvati Kunda, Yuri Kharka (lunch) to Somdang (3,271m) 6-7 hours

We hike from Gatlang to Parvati Kunda stopping in Somdang for the evening. The area is rich in religious history and significance. We will stop in Parvati Kunda for a delicious lunch before heading to Somdong via Khurphu Bhanjyang. After a few hours of walking, we will see a shutdown mine which has been out of function for a few years. We will take a look around the area and the astonishing beauty of the place. The deep tunnel that was used to extract zinc, copper, tin, crystal and even rubies! This area is one to be explored!

Day 06Somdang to Pangsang Pass (La) (3,842m) 3 ½ hours

After a relaxed morning, we begin our hike from Somdong to Pangsang Pass. The dazzling mountains and picturesque landscape will astound you as we head southwest of Somdang village. We will see the panoramic and phenomenal views of Mount Manaslu and Ganesh Himal Range. Many trekkers camp here as the landscape is relaxing. We will explore the village and discover a range of medicinal herbs. There are very few lodges around here due to the untouched nature of the area.

Day 07Pangsang Pass to Tipling (lunch) – Shertung /Chalish (1,875m) 5-6 hours

An early start to the day means we get to enjoy an early sunrise and phenomenal views over breakfast. Our hike begins descending to Laptung village through dense forests and the amazing fir trees. When we reach Tipling we will stop for lunch then follow the trail ahead to Shertung and Chalish. Shertung is known as a ‘place of gold’ with a beautiful history. The locals will tell us the fascinating history of this area. Equally, Chalish is another village with its unique history too. These villages are not developed yet but they do provide a place to rest and meals.

Day 08Chalish to Hindung (Gomba Danda) (2,402m) 4 -5 hours

This trek has fewer visitors leaving a calm atmosphere where we can immerse ourselves in nature. As we head to Hindung we will pass Gomba Danda and witness the untouched beauty of this trail.

Day 09Hindung Danda to Thulo Dhunga (3,337m) 4-5 hours

Today we climb and ascend a higher elevation to reach Thulo Dhunga with numerous hidden wonders. The trail has much wild flora and fauna and we may spot exotic animals such as wild boars and leopards. We will spend the night in the serene aura of the isolated village.

Day 10Thulo Dhunga to Base Camp (Nojet Kharka) (3,691m) 6 hours

Today is a 6-hour hike to Base camp and it will be an adventurous trail with lots of twists and turns. We will camp at the Base camp for the night.

Day 11Exploration Day / viewpoint

Today we will take a stroll around Base Camp and hike to the outstanding view of the Ganesh Himal range. We will also hike around the area and see the beautiful lakes, Kalo Kunda and Seto Kunda.

Day 12Return from Base Camp to Hindung (Gomba Danda) (2,402m) 7-8 hours

Today we hike back from the base camp to Hindung along the same route offering a different perspective. We will walk the serene trail accompanied by stunning mountain views and landscape. As we walk amid the forest we will reach Hindung and rest for the evening.

Day 13Hindung to hot springs to Racyat Gaon/Kapur Gaon (1,500m) 5-6 hours

Today is a relaxing day as we spend time in the hot springs en-route to Racyat and Kapur Goan. As we trek ahead, we follow stone steps built by Kadoorie Agri Aid Association and British Gurkhas of Nepal. We traverse through Tir, and we finally reach Racyat and Kapur village.

Day 14Racyat / Kapur Gaon to Lapa (lunch) to Khading Gaon (2,025m) 4-5 hours

Today we have an early breakfast and start our trek in the early morning. We will travel through Lapchyat village. The village of Gurung only has a handful of people living there but Lapchyat offers so much more. The locals will greet us and offer warm hospitality. We then head towards Lapa Khola then further towards Khading village where we stop for the night.

Day 15Khading Gaon to Magne Goth (2,950m) 4 hours

Today is a 4-hour hike from camp to Magne Goth passing through some magnificent scenery until we settle for the night.

Day 16Magne Goth – Lapu Danda (1,250m) 5-6 hours

Today’s hike is mostly downhill to reach the Gorkha district passing through dense forests and witnessing the panoramic views of the mountain range. Following the trail, we reach Laphu Danda, a small Brahmin village. The place is so beautiful with massive plain lands and a blanket of snow-clad mountains. We get a glimpse of Mount Manaslu, Himalchuli, Shringi peaks and the ultimate Ganesh Himal range.

Day 17Lapu Danda – Ganga Jamuna (950m) 5-6 hours

Today we head towards Ganga Jamuna with the view of Mount Manaslu among other mountains. After a few hours of walking, we reach the glorious twin waterfalls Ganga Jamuna where we stay overnight. With its religious significance, Ganga Jamuna also offers a great spot for camping. We will get a magnificent view of Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, Shringi Himal, Manaslu range, Lamjung Himal, Himalchuli, Annapurna range from here.

Day 18Ganga Jamuna - Tripura Sundari (850m) 5-6 hours

The trail gets easier as we come to the end of our trek today. We will see waterfalls, paddy fields and much more amazing scenery along the way. We get an outstanding glimpse of Mount Manaslu as we bid farewell to the place. We also witness the Akhu River, which is one of the most pleasant sights of our trail. Our final night will be here at Tripura Sundari.

Day 19Tripura Sundari - to Kathmandu (1,310m) 6-7 hours drive

Today we head back to Kathmandu and enjoy a final glimpse of the mountains. This is a journey filled with wonders as we bid farewell leaving the Ganesh Himal region. We can offer you a tour around Kathmandu upon your request for the final day.

Day 20Final Departure Day or Extend Tours!

Today we will transfer you back to the airport for your onward journey