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Api Himal Peak Climbing

Api Himal Peak Climbing

Api is the highest peak in the Yoka Pahar Section of Gurans Himal, part of the Himalayas in the extreme northwest corner of Nepal, near the borders of India and Tibet. The trekking to this region is quite

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Api is the highest peak in the Yoka Pahar Section of Gurans Himal, part of the Himalayas in the extreme northwest corner of Nepal, near the borders of India and Tibet. The trekking to this region is quite untouched and remote. Fewer tourists have visited this region till now. The main magnetizes thing of this region are Beautiful peak, landscapes, cultural variety, speedy river and perfect forests. The area is extreme rural with virgin natural beauty and breathe taking scenes of Mountains like Mt. Nandadevi 7,817 m (lies in Uttar Pradesh of India), Thado Dhunga Tuppa 5,368 m, Api Himal 7,132 m, Rajamba 6,537m, Kapchuli 6,850 m also called Jethibahurani can mesmerized the tourist. We can enjoy a beautiful Kali dhunga lake within one and half an hour walk from Api base camp. The lake is considered as a holy lake of this region.

The region is also popular for its bird habitat. Agriculture is the mian occupation of this region. The cultural variety is maintained by the local community which includes Chhetries, Mahara, Bohora, Thekare, Jhakari and Lohar (iron-smith). The RAUTE, a nomad community and a particular tribe of human being in this region is still moving from one place to another place looking for food and existence. They have a view that they should not be interfere for their wild kingdom because they are the owner of the forest.

Mt. Api offers you the astonishing trekking and climbing trip of your ever life.

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu
You will meet our Actual Adventure representative at arrival gate who will welcome you and take you to your hotel. You can take rest or move around Kathmandu Durbar square. At evening, you can have traditional welcome dinner with us. You will stay at your Hotel at Night.

Day 02: Drive to Mahendranagar
We will drive to Mandendranagar early in the morning. It is located 700 km west from Kathmandu and 5 km east of Indian boarder. We will reach there after 17 hours travel in bus. We will stay at lodge there to take rest and wait for morning. 

Day 03: Drive to Gokuleshwor
Early morning we will move towards Gokuleshwor Karkale by bus which takes about 14 hours. After 14 hours travel we get tired so we will stay at lodge there.

Day 04: Trek to Karkale
We will walk through an area enjoying scenic Mountain views and beautiful land slope from Gokuleshwor. We will make about 2 hours walk to reach Karkale. Then we will walk through superb villages and terraced field. We have to cross numerous hanging bridges. After seven hour of walk we will reach Chiureni. We will spend our night in Camp so that we can observe many butter trees around our camp.

Day 05: Trek to Makarighat
Our trek tail will follow the Chameliya River and goes straight.  After Seven hours walk we will stay overnight at camp.

Day06: Walk to Seti (3000M)
We will ascend towards hill (1200m). We will see very disperse settlement of village compare other village on the way. We will be mesmerized by fabulous Mountains. We will stay overnight in camp at local school after seven hours of walk.

Day 07: Hike to Bayaligad (3,400M)
We have to hike little bit ascend and descend through this trail. After 2 hours walk we will arrive at Lawathi, which is the last village of our trek. The place is also called ‘Saheb Bagar’ because many years before trekkers used to stay here so local people name this place as ‘Sayeb Bagar’.

Day 06: Seti trek to Bayaligad (34,00m.) The trail goes to bit ascend and descend again while we walk 2 hours then we will reach at Lawathi this is the last village of this trek, this place is know as ‘Saheb Bagar’ many years ago trekkers were stay at that place so local people start to call Saheb Bagar. From here trail goes to up hill and walk through dense jungle. 5 hours walk and stay overnight at camp

Day 07: Bayaligad Trek to Simar (3600m.) Walk through dense jungle, the trail goes to gently up hill. During the summer season there is a kind of plant can be see in this area the name of plant call Yarsagumba this is kind of Viagra 5 hours walk and stay overnight at camp.

Day 08: Simar trek to Dhawaliwadar (3800m.) From here the trail is straight walk to Dhaliwadar it means cave as mention above in the passed days nomadic people were used to stay at this cave.today we will walk through greenery forest with mountain view and need to cross some small stream. About five hours walk and stay overnight at camp

Day 09: Dhawalidwar trek to Base Camp (4,000m.) Two hours gently up waking we will be reached at Api Himal base camp. After having lunch go to holy lake and walking around the base camp and enjoy with beautiful mountain views. stay overnight at camp.

Day 10: Base Camp trek to Saheb Bagar (2,800m.) After having breakfast heading down to Saheb Bagar follow the same trail. It takes six hours walk and stay overnight at camp.

Day 11: Saheb Bagar trek to Makarighat (1,800m.) Six and half hours walk you will get Makarigad and stay overnight at camp.

Day 12: Makarighat trek to Bitulechaur (1,200m.) Follow the same trail way back to Bitulechaur, six hours walk and stay overnight camp.

Day 13: Bitule trek to Gokuleshwor (8,50m.) Walk through beautiful villages six hours walk and stay overnight at camp

Day 14: Gokuleshwor to Mahendranagar drive by bus about 14 hrs

Day 15: Mahendranagar to Kathmandu drive by bus about 17 hrs

Day 16: Arriving in Kathmandu early morning. In the evening, a farewell dinner would be served at Bhojan Griha .
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