At the maximum elevation of just 3500 m, this short Helambu Chisapani Nagarkot Trek showcases the supreme highlights of the Himalayan Ranges and an insight into the diverse culture of the mountain people. Tarkey Ghyang is an eye-appealing spot in the journey - Sherpa Village consisting mostly of Yak Herders and farmers.
Located at a close distance from the capital, Helambu catches the eyes of travelers for many fascinating reasons. It is the Hyolmo Culture of the locals, the sight of the snow-capped Himalayan Peaks, majestic waterfalls, bamboo forests, and green rhododendron trees that make up for the majority of the trekking journey.
While you will be walking the trail, the scenery of the Himalayan Peaks and different monasteries combines together to deliver an enchanting experience.
A few hours of drive from the vibrant and colorful city of Kathmandu leads you to Sundari Jal from where you will begin the walk up to Chisapani. Besides being an exciting short trek in the Himalayas, the Helambu Trek also promises to reward you with the sights of some extremely amazing small villages like Talamarang, Timbu, Tarkhegyang.
You will be amazed to see how the locals in these villages are holding on to their roots by practicing the Sherpa Culture with pride. Other notable stops in the journey include Sermathang, Melamchi, Nagarkot, and Bhaktapur before finally traveling back to Kathmandu.
- Trek through the dense forest and beautiful landscapes
- Views of many snowcapped peaks
- Exciting short trek in the Himalayas
- Learn different cultures and lifestyles of Hyolmo Culture people and locals
- Pass through majestic waterfalls, bamboo forests, and green rhododendrons forest
Day 01: Drive to Sundarijal & Trek to ChisoPani
Day 02: Trek from ChisoPani to Talamarang
Day 03: Trek from Talamarang to Timbu.
Day 04: Trek from Timbu to Tarkeghyang
Day 05: Trek from Tarkeghyang to Shermathang
Day 06: Trek from Shermathang to Melamchi Pul Bazar
Day 07: Trek from Melamchi Pul Bazar to Nagarkot
Day 08: Trek from Nagarkot to Changunarayan and Kathmandu
(Note: You can extend your trip within Kathmandu or outside Kathmandu Valley).