Naya Kanga Peak Climbing
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing in Annapurna Region lies to the northwestern region of Himalayas. Annapurna Conservation is home to the driest, windiest, wettest regions in the country. The region was not accessible to outsiders until 1970s. The Annapurna Circuit Trek trial trekking started only in the 1977 AD. Thus the large part of the region is still unexploited and has retained its natural beauty in the best form. The trek route also consists of 2 beautiful Himalayan settlements Manang and Mustang. Manang is also known as Lake District as it has some of the most beautiful lakes in the country. Mustang district, the land beyond the Himalayas is contrast. As the region itself is very dry and arid. This region consists of massive mercury-red cliffs and soaring peaks to the south.
Naya Kanga Peak Climbing starts from Kathmandu. It takes us to the town of Lamjung district. This region offers a beautiful view of Mount Himchuli and Mount Manaslu. From the pass, we will have an amazing view of the whole Annapurna massif and Dhaulagiri range. Satellite peaks like Yak Gawa, Thorungtse, and Gangapurna await in our list of views. Here we will trek through the Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest in the world. We will also visit the holy Muktinath temple which lies in the laps of Mount Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri. The trek will come to end at the beautiful lake city of Pokhara.
In Pokhara, you can visit beautiful landmarks or do boating in beautiful and serene lakes. Furthermore, you can indulge in adventure sports like paragliding, zip flying, and canoeing. The best time for Naya Kanga peak Climbing is in autumn (September to November) and spring (April and May).
Note: The above information is just a guide and standard pattern of what we provide. The trip itinerary can be adjust as your request to accommodate your specific requirements.
- Airports pick up and drop by private vehicle in Kathmandu transfers
- All land Transport Including Cities to Cities, from hotel to starting and ending point of trek
- 3 star hotel accommodation in cities on B/B basis
- World Heritage sites for Sightseeing Tours during your stay in cities
- Lodges/ tea house accommodation in double occupancy or family bed room during the entire trek and climb
- Experienced English speaking guide for sight-seeing tour by private tourist vehicle
- Services of a trained and Professional license holder English speaking trekking guide (leader)
- Guide with experience of First Aid treatment, AMS safety training certified
- Required number porters to carry your luggage (one porter for every 2 guests) during the trek
- Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the entire trek and climb
- Tea and coffee (1 cup) three times daily on trek or climb
- Proper warm clothing, shoes, sunglass for guide and porter
- Expenses for all Staff including their salary, insurance, domestic airfare, transportation, food and accommodation
- Warm Clothes and Shoes for porters during the trek
- All necessary permits; trekking conservation/ National Park/ TIMS Card/ Special permits fee as per the itinerary
- Guide airfare if the clients are flying to the destination
- Medical First Aid Kit (carried by your guide)
- Coordination of quick Rescue service in case required (Costs covered by your Insurance Plan)
- Entrance fee in all monuments during tour
- All land Transport Charge for Clients, guide, Porter by tourist bus or locally available
- Daily wages with food allowances and accommodation for all trekking staff
- All government taxes, 24.3% VAT & service charges.
For Camping and climbing accommodation as per the booking
- 2 mean tents for clients accommodation including mattress
- Support of Dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, shower tent, table, chairs as per the requirement.
- Extra porter to carry the camping equipment
- Necessary kitchen utensils
- Climbing permits fees
- Insurance of Climbing guide and other climbing staff
- Camping sites cost as per the rules of government
- International and Domestic Airfare not listed in the Itinerary
- Nepal entry visa fee which can be issued on your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport
- Lunch and dinner whilst in cities
- Emergency Rescue, Evacuation cost or any types of travel, Personal interest items insurance fee
- Airfare for any sector as per the destination (Quoted separately)
- Any item of personal nature such as beverages, hot cold drinks, laundry, telephone call, battery charges, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.
- Personal trekking Equipment
- Altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen
- Personal climbing equipment
- Personal climbing guide if requested
- Food accommodation cost due to Unforeseen act landslide, sick, flight delayed, bad weather,etc
- Excess baggage charges (if you have more than 15 kg of luggage, a cargo charge is around $1.5 per kg)
- Tips for trekking, tour staff and driver (Tipping is expected)
- Any others expenses which are not mentioned on ‘Cost Includes’ section.
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