Api Himal Trek

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Api Himal Trek




18 days


7132 meters


Walking and Sightseeing


Hotel, lodge and camping



Best Season:

Autumn and Spring season.

Api Himal lies in the far western part of Nepal and considered the highest mountain of this region. Api Himal Base Camp trekking is the remote and less traded area undamaged by the mass trekkers which receives few trekkers in a year. The trail to the base camp of Api Himal offers the real wilderness of Nature to the trekkers. It also offers lovely forests, high passes, remote villages and various cultures as well as beautiful vistas of the snow-capped mountains like Mt. Api Himal (7132m.), Nandadevi (7,817m.), which lies in Uttar Pradesh of India, Thado Dhunga Tuppa (5,368m.), Rajamba (6,537m.), Kapchuli which is also known as Jethibahurani and many other peaks. The beautiful landscape, cultural diversity, swift-flowing rivers, pristine forests are some of the remarkable features of this region that every trekker enjoys. Once you reach the base camp of the Api Himal you can also hike about one and a half hours to the lake called Kalidhunga, which is the holy lake of this area.

Though Api Himalaya region offers different adventurous activities including trekking, it is still the hidden site and not very famous among the international trekkers. This region has an extreme geographical condition with the altitude fluctuating between 1524m and 7337m. This region is also famous for bird watching. During the Api Himal base camp trek, you can find the joint communities of the Hindu and Buddhists who still follow their ancient culture and tradition and their occupation is agriculture. The inhabitants of this place are Chhetri, Mahara, Bohara, Thaekare, Jhakari, and Lohar. You can also encounter the nomadic people like Raute in this region. Api Himal trek is a restricted trekking area in the sense that you have to take special permission from the government. Api Himal base camp trek is the camping treks but there is no camping site and we have to manage the camp. You can venture into this trek during autumn and spring season.

Day 1

Arrive in Kathmandu

Day 2

Sightseeing day in Kathmandu

Day 3

Fly to Mahendranagar from Kathmandu

Day 4

Trek to Gokuleshwor (950m.)

Day 5

Trek Chiureni (1100 m.) from Gokuleshwor

Day 6

Trek from Chiureni to MakariGhat (1800 m.)

Day 7

Trek Seti (3000 m.) from MakariGhat

Day 8

Trek Bayaligad (3400 m.) from Seti

Day 9

Trek from Bayaligad to Simar (3600 m.)

Day 10

Trek to Dhawaliwadar (3800 m.) from Simar

Day 11

Trek from Dhawaliwadar to Base camp (4000 m.)

Day 12

Trek to Saheb Bagar (2800 m.) from Base Camp

Day 13

Trek from Saheb Bagar to Makarighat (1800m.)

Day 14

Trek to Bitulechaur (1200 m.) from Makarighat

Day 15

Trek to Gokuleshwor (850m.) from Bitulechaur

Day 16

Drive back to Mahendranagar from Gokuleshwor or you can use helicopter also

Day 17

Drive/fly back to Kathmandu from Mahendranagar

Day 18

Final departure day

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tour review

Majestic Himalayas

Rated 5 out of 5
February 24, 2020

I loved this tour organized by Blue Lake Travels and Tours. It was well organized by them. The porters and guides were respectful and we enjoyed their company. Thanks a lot, to Blue Lake Travel and Tours for making our trek successful.

Mukesh Rai
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