The Api Himal trek offers a different and spectacular kind of Himalayan scenery. The views of Api Himal, Kappa Chuli Peak, Nandadevi, Rajramba are all spectacular and the total experience is complimented by the, wild animals and birds that you are likely to encounter. This trek passes through mixed communities including the Bramin, Chhetri, Mahara, Bohora, Thekare, Jhakari and Lohar (Iron smith). Normally, they have their own language and are unable to speak fluent Nepali language.
Saipal 7035m western Nepal’s second highest mount, is an extremely rewarding and beautiful off-the-wall trek passing through traditional villages with a rural lifestyle, local farmers working on indigenous crop fields, Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, shrines are all part of the Saipal experience. The trek is not difficult but it does require a good level of fitness and is remote taking in the glacier lakes, rivers and mountain passes of the region.
Day 01: Arrival, transfer to Hotel B&B
Day 02: Kathmandu: Sightseeing and Trek Preparation Hotel B & B Welcome dinner
Day 03: Fly to Dhangadi and Drive to Gokuleshwar
Day 04: Gokuleshwor to Karkale 950m
Day 05: Trek from Karkale to Chiureni 1100m
Day 06: Chiureni to Makarighat 1800m
Day 07: Makarighat trek to Seti 3000m
Day 08: Rest and exploration time
Day 09: Seti trek to Bayaligad 3400m
Day 10: Bayaligad Trek to Simar 3600m
Day 11: Simar trek to Dhawaliwadar 3800m
Day 12: Rest day
Day 13: Dhawalidwar trek to Base Camp 4000m
Day 14: Base Camp trek to Saheb Bagar 2800m
Day 15: Saheb Bagar trek to Makarighat 1800m.
Day 16: Makarighat trek to Bitulechaur 1200m
Day 17: Bitule trek to Gokuleshwor 850m
Day 18: Gokuleshwor to Dhangadi
Day 19: Fly Back To Kathmandu
Day 20: Kathmandu A free day Hotel B & B Farewell dinner