“It offers the Glimpse of white Shimmering Himalayas, majestic waterfall, ethnic culture and many more embodying Enthralling Experience “
Helambu trekking is a perfect short trek renowned among the trekkers for its fantastic location, radiant nature and best social voyage to examine the ancient and antique Tibetan culture that had been migrated to Nepal on the lap of Himalayas resided at the highest altitude of the world. Helambu Trek is the best trekking destination for novice trekkers and travelers who are trekking in highest altitude for the first time in their life due to its low elevation and moderate climbing routes.
Helambu trekking drives you to the fascinating viewpoints of Himalayan ranges- Langtang Lirung, Dorge Lakpa, Gaurishankar, Ganesh Himal, Langshisha Ri, Gyangchempo, Yala peak, Maya Kanga, Annapurna Himalayan range and offers you the true cultural blend of Tibetan Sherpa and customary Buddhist community in their traditional towns and shelters.
The tourists will be impressed with the artistic green vegetation and tempting Himalayans scenes witnessing through your focal eyesight. Passing through a wild pine backwoods, viewpoints of rivers resembling the curved body of snakes, snow decorated Himalayan sights, rich vegetation downhill and small valley scattered with daisies and wild blossoms, Helambu Trekking journey is totally a wonderful experience.
Helambu Trekking also offers an opportunity to explore the wide range of animals such as red pandas, pika, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan Tahr, ghoral, serow, rhesus monkey and common langur. The ancient Helambu town is located at 2,500m high from sea level and is mainly occupied by Sherpa’s and Tamang individuals. This antique Himalayan location demonstrates a wonderful atmosphere along with antique Buddhist society and traditional culture and rituals which are found here as the alternate parts of the Sherpa ethnicity.
The trekking to Helambu area begins with a short drive either from the village of Sundarijal but can also start from Kiul or Thimbu, the valley of the Melamchi Khola. This trek start from Sundarijal (1350 m) then we walk Shivapuri National Park through Chisapani (2300 m.), Golphu Bhanjyang (2140 m), Tharepati (3640 m), Melamchi Gaon (2530 m), Tarke Gyang (2590 m) then Thimpu (1580 m), after that drive back to Kathmandu. So, get ready to immerse in the beauty of this Himalayas and relax in this pleasant and exciting journey.