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Ganesh Himal Trekking will take you to the central eastern region of Nepal, one of the least explored areas of the Himalayas territory which is situated in between the most popular trekking destinations Langtang to the east  and Manaslu to the west. On this trek you will get to explore the typical native culture and natural  vista on the Tamang valley. Ganesh Himal Trek is another route which has been hardly explored and yet one of the untouched trekking routes in Nepal.

Named after the Hindu God -  Lord Ganesh, Ganesh Himal promises the trekkers to deliver the breath taking panoramic views of the Himalayas including panoramic Ganesh Himal ranges I, II,, III, IV, Mount Manaslu, Langtang mountain , Annapurna mountain and also the Tibet range. Along with that Ganesh Himal provides you the opportunity to capture the picturesque views of mountains and landscapes, wawaterfalls, amazing rock formations and saint George. Ganesh Himal starts from the Betrawati and ends at the Dhading Bes.


This trek is for those trekkers who wants to get free from the chaos of city life and wants to wander and lost theirselves in  the nature and its beauty. Get closer to the nature and explore the remote village that is situated in the lap of Ganesh Himal region.  

Included in the Cost

Reach trekking point in private vechile
Tea House accommodation during the trek only bed basis
Highly experienced trek guide , English speaking and government licenced
Porter service (2 trekkers one porter) one porter only carries 18kgs of weight.
All necessary paperwork and trekking permits(ACAP , TIMS, National park fees)
Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food and accommodation.
All government and local taxes
Medical kit (carried by your trek leader)

Not Included in the Cost

Food and drinks/ Beverage bills
Entrance Fees
Tipping (Tips)
Travel Insurance
International Flights
Extars cost for upgrading rooms and services at hotels
donation in temples, schools, monasteries etc .
Personal Hiking gear, personal kits
Emergency rescue evacuation insurance of any kind

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1400m)
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, our office representative will pick you up from the airport and will transfer you to hotel. You might be having Jet Lag so have a rest for a while and later in the evening, you may visit Asian Heritage's office and you can stroll around the local streets of Thamel and to its nearby places. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Kathmandu to Betrawati (625m)
Hiking duration: 5/6 hours
After having your breakfast you will be leaving the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu behind, your journey into the Himalaya begins with a scenic drive to Betrawati, a lovely village on the banks of the Trishuli River. At the top of the Kathmandu valley the views extend west as far as the Annapurnas and Manaslu. As you drop down into the Trisuli valley you’ll pass through terraced hillsides to Trisuli Bazaar, where an exciting, narrow road traverses several ridges to reach the small town of Betrawati. It has mix people of Brahmin, Chhetri and Tamang in the town. Overnight at tented camp.


Day 3: Trek to Kispang (1850m)
Hiking duration: 6/7 hours
After having breakfast at Betrawati, the trail ascends gradually all the way to Kispang through villages and forests for six hours, it's a bit tiring hike today and you will be having several short breaks on the way and you will have your lunch as well. As your porters will be walking ahead of you so when you will be reaching to Kispang, you will gone a find your tents waiting for you to rest after your arrival. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 4: Trek to Thulo Chaur (2350m)
Hiking duration: 5/6 hours
After breakfast get ready to head towards Thulo chaur, your today's destination. Today your path will be taking you through the beautiful monasteries and farming land and terraces and on the way you can see the beautiful waterfall as well and after hiking for almost like a six hour you will be reaching to Thulo chaur. You might be feeling tierd so have a rest in your tent.  Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 5: Trek to Gonga (3000m)
Hiking duration: 5/6 hours
After your breakfast you will start to ascend steadily through a forest of rhododendron to Gonga. The trail will keep on taking you higher gradually as you keep on walking, and the more you feel like you are in Himalayan territory and the more superb views offers by some of the viewpoints as from here you're already in the higher elevation   and Gonga is a magnificent  place which offers open mountain panoramic view. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 6: Trek to Rupchet/Shingla Base Camp (3600m)
Hiking duration: 5/6 hours
Have your breakfast then you will trek through deep and dense rhododendron and pine forest which leads to Rupchet or Singla Base Camp through where you will have chance to see some wild animals including the white monkey. Himalayan tahr, Gaur, Musk Deer and many others wild animals reside in this Jungle. Rupchet is the base of Singla Top and from here as well you can enjoy the astonishing and panoramic view of the Himalayas. After reaching to Shingla Base Camp, as always you will be finding your porters serving you already with your tent set up. After reaching to your camp place have a rest. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 7:  Trek to Kharka over Sing La Pass (4600m)
Hiking duration: 7/8 hours
Have your breakfast and for your kind information today is the pretty toughest day for the trek in our whole trip, as your trail will be steep, slippery and narrow so you need to walk slowly and carefully to Shingla pass.  You can have a short break on the way and your team will provide you a pack lunch for you too on the way in between. Soon you will arrive on top, the magnificent views starts to open up and the pass offers breathtaking view of Mount Ganesh himal, Mt. Langtang, Manaslu and many other lesser peaks. After that the trail will take you down to the pasture land where your porter will set up the tent for you for overnight stay. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 8: Trek to Borang (1800m)
Hiking duration: 5/6 hours
After your morning breakfast you will start your trek towards Borang. From now on, you will be mostly hiking to go down steeply through land terraces and villages to Borang. Borang is a nice typical Tamang village where you can find the old native people isolated from the 21st century as this is the typical remote areas where the technology and development still need to be reached. After reaching to Borang have a rest for a while and later on you can stroll around the village and you can interact with them with the help of your trek leader as well. Overnight at Tented Camp.

Day 9: Trek to Jharlang (1700m)
Hiking duration: 5/6 hours
After your breakfast, you will be heading towards your next destination which is Jharlang, Today's trail will be much easier for you to hike as you will have a gradual walk through the farming terraces and land and also through the Tamang villages where mostly Tamang and Gurung people use to reside, keep on hiking for a while and soon  you will reach to Jharlang. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 10: Trek to Kintang Phedi (1200m)
Hiking duration: 6/7 hours
Have your breakfast and start your hike. Today you will be descending all the way down to the Kingtang Phedi, on the way you will pass through another small tamang village, if you want to then you can have a short break over here to observe the lifestyle of the native people living in this village Later in the evening, you can walk down to Khahare for a leisure walk. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 11: Trek to Jyamrung (1550m)
Hiking duration: 6/7 hours
After your breakfast start hiking towards Jyamrung, the trail will takes you through the Ankhu river, you will be passing through numerous small town enroute as you're already in the lower altitude so you can feel hot  during your hike and even the temperature will be high and hot in the day time. On the way you will have a short break where you will have your lunch and from there you will pass through the Jyamrung Danda where you will be visiting the fort, formerly there was a royal palace in this place and itt was home to the regional King. Hike from here for a while until you reach to the jyamrung. Overnight at Tented Camp.


Day 12: Trek to Dhading Besi and drive back to Kathmandu (160 km)
Have your breakfast and hike towards Dhading besi, the roads to Dhadingbesi, administrative headquarter of the Dhading district, moves through unpaved road for approximately two and half hours. Soon after you will meet paved road at Dhading Besi, after reaching to Dhading besi your trek concludes and from vehicle you will be heading towards Kathmandu. It can be best defined as scenic journey due to the beautiful views of rivers, hills, terraces, forests and villages. After reaching to Kathmandu, check in hotel and have a rest. Overnight at hotel.


Day 13: In Kathmandu
Today is a free day for you in Kathmandu, you might be tired due to the trek so have enough rest in the morning and later in the afternoon you can visit the Asian Heritage's office to share about your trekking experience and if you want to then you can have guided sight seen tour around Kathmandu in your free time. Later in the evening you can pack your bags, today is the last day for you in Nepal as tomorrow you will be heading back to your country. Overnight in hotel.

Day 14: Departure
Have your breakfast in the morning and later on our office representative will come to receive you in the hotel and will transfer you at the airport regarding your flight time. Have a safe journey onwards.  

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Necessary Equipments

Recomended gear list:

Good wind/rain Jacket
Warm fleece jacket or Jersey
Good boots , either light-weight trekking boots or light full leather boots.
Good (-20) Sleeping bag (which can be rented or bought in Kathmandu)
Sun hat or scarf
Sunglasses with UV protection
Hiking shorts
Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms



Nepalis a landlocked country which has borders with India & China . You caneither fly in or enter by land borders that are attached with China or India.


Yesyou can get a visa on arrival . The rates are as follows-

MultipleEntry – 15 Days – 25$

MultipleEntry – 30 Days – 40$

MultipleEntry – 90 Days – 100$


Absolutely, Nepal is safe . Nepal is considered one of the safest country to travel .Chancesare Nepal is more safe than your own home country .


Yes the food and water are hygienically standard during trekking . Our experiencedguides check the food before preparing in the kitchen to make sure its Okay .You will get boiled water in the lodges , you can also buy sealed water or purifywater using tablets .


Yourguide will be a Nepalese but fluent in English . They are carefully selectedwith the appropriate experience , attitude and leadership skills . We can alsoprovide French , German , Chinese , Japanese , Korean and Spanish speakingguides.


Yesyou can bring your medication. Please make sure to put it in your originalpacket and bring your prescription with you.


The tourist police office is located near Nepal Tourism Development Board’s office.They are well trained and fluent in English to assist foreigners. You canalways call 100 for police assistance.

  • kathmandu
  • Betrawati Bazar
  • Kispang
  • Ganesh Himal Trek
  • Ganesh Himal
  • Sing La Pass
  • Jyamrung
  • Dhading Besi

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