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Sailung Indigenous Trekking
- Trip Code: HST-NTT-02
- Trek Start from: Dhunge
- Trek End at: Lubughat
- Grade: Moderate
- Trek start Elevation: 2500m
- Highest Elevation: 3146m
- Group Size: 2-15 People
- Best time: September, October, November, December, February, March, April
- Mode of Trek: Community lodge/ home stay
- Trek Duration: 09 days
The first of its kind in Nepal, Sailung Indigenous Peoples Trail offers unique living exposure of a culturally diverse area of Nepal with beautiful natural landscape. Sailung Peak in the north and Sun Koshi River flowing along the south mark is the start and end point of this trekking route. It offers mainly local home stay accommodation experiences offering trekkers a rare opportunity to familiar with culture and lifestyle of six different ethnic groups (Sherpa, Newar, Thami, Tamang, Yolmo and Majhis). The week long trail takes visitors from a starting elevation of 3146m at Sailung to 533m at Lubughat by the Sunkoshi river. So this trekking suits all types of trekkers particularly those wishing to avoid extreme high altitudes without missing the view of Himalayan panorama. The unique tourism activities which every trekker gets here are soft trekking, panoramic mountain views, visit to Silung and its unique environs, monastic visits at Rajveer, temple visit at Khandevi, forest walk, bird watching, traditionally decorated homes, sunset and sunrise views and amazing cultural performances.
|Sailung Indigenous Trekking Highlights|
Sailung Indigenous Trekking Itinerary
Day 01: Upon arrival in Kathmandu international airport, transfer to the hotel.
Orientation of the program.
O/n at hotel in Kathmandu
Day 02: Drive Kathmandu to Dhunge (2500m - 7 hours). Start trek to Sailung (3146m)
O/n at community Lodge nearby Kholakharka
Day 03: Kholakharka (2950 m) - Rajveer- Surkey (1850- 6 hours)
O/n at home stay
Day 04: Surkey- Tinghare- Doramba (2025m- 6 hours)
O/n at home stay
Day 05: Doramba- Galba- Khandevi (1985m- 5 hours)
O/n at home stay
Day 06: Khandevi- Hiledevi/Dongme (1980m- 5 hours)
Day 07: Heledevi- Sunapati- Lubhughat (533m- 5 hours)
Day 08: Lubhughat- Nepal Thowk- Dhulikhel- Kathmandu (6 hours)
Day 09: Transfer to international airport for final departure.
- The above itinerary can be customized according to your preferences. If you want to make any changes please write here.
A typical trekking day on a Camping
A typical trekking day means hiking from morning to afternoon only. Each morning after packing bags and having a good breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk. All we need to carry is a small day pack containing water bottle, sun cream, hat, raincoat, camera and warm jumper just case. Rest of your materials will carry by porters. You just need to pack your belongings before the breakfast. The walk will be 3-4 hours in the morning until for lunch in midday. The lunch will be prepared in the grassland beside the Trail. In between your get sufficient time to roaming with villagers, take photographs and enjoy the flora and fauna. After that walk will gradually shorter. We usually reach camping spot in time for afternoon tea but this is not a fixed schedule. But evening camp will set near village area. Remaining period of afternoon can be spent by exploring the village or simply relaxing with a good book. Local food will provide at dinner by cook and kitchen crew and they were fully aware of food hygiene and green travel.
After dinner, the evening will often be spent playing cards and reliving the day’s adventures or writing diary if you habitual of it before heading off to bed for well-earned sleep.
Essential Trek Info
Overnight at tent during trekking
While in camping trekking we provide you private medium size of tent which is enough for two people. Although you'll be sleeping on foam mattresses placed on the ground, we are fully conscious of well earn sleep while camping cause hiking up to 5/6 hrs per day need peaceful sleep. So we select tent according to size of person so that s/he have enough space for sleep.
Meal during the camping Trekking
In camping trekking you will have breakfast and dinner in the tent. Lunch will be taken at the trail side at camp site. The camping chef will prepare meal for you. You will serves the traditional Nepali meal Dal Bhat (rice and lentis) local vegetable, noodles, French fries, pasta, soup as well as variety of combination of western and local cuisine. We assure that foods are fully hygiene, tasty meal and kitchen crew is fully aware of general cleanliness and personal hygiene.
Safety drinking water in camping
We suggest you to drink boiled filter water. For boiled water ask to guide or camping crew or bring chlorine tablets to purify the normal water available in the camp site. Although mineral water is available in most places which is better choice and there is no provision to dispose of the plastic bottles, but we encourage the guest to do what they can protect the environment.
Shower and toilet facilities in camping trekking
In camping trekking toilets tent is usually we fix nearby camp site. You suggest having your own toilets paper during whole trekking period. Hot shower means a bucket of hot water only but availability of hot water can ask to your guide or camping crew. For ecological reasons please try to limit your use of hot water. For shower we will provide you shower tent. Please not that at higher altitude and in colder seasons there is rare chance to have enough hot water for all the trekkers. If the water is frozen then ask your guide to get warm bowl of water.
Re charge and Electrical items in camping
We highly recommend you to bring Solar panel by yourself for batteries re-charge. Normally we will set the camp nearby village. In some village you can recharge your batteries with electricity or solar power sources. In Nepal 220 - 240 volt 50 MHZ (50 cycles per second) power is supplied. Just need to have a plug adaptor in case of socket fitting, which you can buy in Kathmandu before the trip since the plug in Nepal might be different. You might have to pay small amount fee for recharging facilities.
Trekking Team (Guide, Porter)
We offer you an experienced trekking guide. He is in charge of your overall trekking. This is the person you should go to with all problems, concerns and questions. He is well trained in all aspects of trekking, high altitude medicine, first aid and emergency procedure. More
We suggest you to bring following equipment when you come to Nepal for trekking. The list can be adjusted according to your needs, name of trekking and time of your trekking. More
Weather & climate
Weather and climate varies as per season in Nepal. Autumn (mid-September to end-November)
Autumn is the most popular time to trek. During this time, the weather is clear with mild to warm days and cold nights. However, in the higher altitude, the nights drop into freezing temperature. More
Risk & Liabilities
We are committed to providing the best services which will give you a once in a life time journey in this connection, we perform our duties honestly and seriously to make your journey very smooth and pleasant.More
Health & Veccinations
For trekking Nepal you don't need to be a mountaineer with rippling muscles. If you are reasonably fit, have a spirit of mountain journey and like walking, you are always qualified for any trekking in Nepal. You do not need any previous experience. More
Passport and Visa
All foreign nationals, except Indian citizens, need visas to enter Nepal. Nepalese visa can be obtained from Nepalese Embassy or consulate in your home country or it can also be obtained at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu upon your arrival. More