"Ain't No Mountain High Enough..."

Located in the eastern part of Nepal, the Makalu region borders the Everest region to the north and the Arun Valley to the south. It is part of the Makalu- Barun National Park and Conservation Area, which spans an area of 1500 square kilometers (579 square miles) and is renowned for its rich biodiversity and unique ecosystems. The Makalu region is a remote and spectacular area in eastern Nepal, known for its pristine wilderness, challenging trekking routes and stunning views of towering Mount Makalu. The region is named after Mount Makalu, the fifth highest peak in the world, standing at an elevation of 8481meters (27825 feet).

The main attraction of the Makalu region is Mount Makalu itself, a majestic peak that dominates the skyline with it impressive presence. One of the popular trekking routes in Makalu region is Makalu Base Camp Trek. It is destination that combines adventure, natural beauty, and a sense of solitude for trekkers seeking a unique and off-the-beaten-path experience.

Short Itinerary

Day-01) Arrival in Kathmandu and transferred to your hotel.

Day-02) Kathmandu to Tumlingtar (Flight) and drive to Num.

Day-03) Seduwa.

Day-04) Tashi Gaon.

Day-05) Khongma.

Day-06) Khongma.

Day-07) Dobate.

Day-08) Yangri Kharka.

Day-09) Langmale Kharka.

Day-10) Makalu Base Camp.

Day-11) Explore Makalu Base Camp and back Langmale Kharka.

Day-12) Dobate.

Day-13) Khongma.

Day-14) Tashi Gaon.

Day-15) Pakuwa.

Day-16) Bumling.

Day-17) Tumlingtar.

Day-18) Fly back to Kathmandu.

Day-19) Final departure.

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