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Nepal Mardi Himal Trek (5 Days-4 Night )

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Nepal Mardi Himal Trek (5 Days-4 Night )

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Nepal is the country of the Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world, and the Birthplace of Gautama Buddha- Lumbini. Mountaineering and other types of adventure tourism and ecotourism are important attractions for visitors.

Nepal, renowned for its spectacular mountain landscapes, beckons adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts to explore its hidden treasures. The Mardi Himal Trek, a relatively unspoiled gem in the Annapurna region, offers a captivating journey into the heart of the Himalayas. This overview, complete with heights and geographical information, provides a detailed glimpse of the Mardi Himal Trek’s breathtaking experience.

Nepal, renowned for its spectacular mountain landscapes, beckons adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts to explore its hidden treasures. The Mardi Himal Trek, a relatively unspoiled gem in the Annapurna region, offers a captivating journey into the heart of the Himalayas. This overview, complete with heights and geographical information, provides a detailed glimpse of the Mardi Himal Trek’s breathtaking experience.

Geographical Information:

The Mardi Himal Trek takes place in the Annapurna region of Nepal, nestled in the central part of the country. Here’s a brief overview of the geographical highlights along the trek:

  • Starting Point: The journey often commences in the vibrant city of Pokhara, situated at an altitude of approximately 1,400 meters (4,593 feet) above sea level. Pokhara serves as the gateway to the trekking adventure.
  • Highest Point: The trek reaches its zenith at Mardi Himal High Camp, where trekkers stand at an impressive altitude of about 4,500 meters (14,763 feet). This high camp provides a stunning vantage point for panoramic mountain views.
  • Mardi Himal: The trek’s namesake, Mardi Himal, is an enchanting peak located to the east of the famous Machapuchare (Fishtail) peak. Mardi Himal stands at an elevation of approximately 5,587 meters (18,330 feet).
  • Machapuchare and Hiunchuli: These iconic peaks accompany trekkers throughout the journey. Machapuchare, often referred to as the Fishtail Mountain, rises to an impressive height of around 6,993 meters (22,943 feet). Hiunchuli, another prominent peak, stands at approximately 6,441 meters (21,132 feet).
  • Annapurna Region: The Mardi Himal Trek is part of the Annapurna region, which encompasses a stunning range of peaks, including Annapurna I (8,091 meters / 26,545 feet) and Annapurna South (7,219 meters / 23,684 feet).

This captivating journey into the heart of the Annapurna region showcases Nepal’s remarkable natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and diverse landscapes. The Mardi Himal Trek offers a serene and less-traveled path to experience the grandeur of the Himalayas. Whether you’re an avid trekker or a nature enthusiast, this expedition promises an unforgettable adventure filled with heights and geographical wonders.

5 Days Mardi Himal Trek with L K Holidays

Experience the magnificence of the Himalayas in a compact and exhilarating 5-day Mardi Himal Trek with L K Holidays. This adventure promises a thrilling journey into the heart of the Annapurna region, where nature’s grandeur unfolds at every turn.

Precautions for a Safe and Enjoyable Mardi Himal Trek

The Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal is a breathtaking adventure that offers stunning views and memorable experiences. To ensure a safe and enjoyable journey, here are some essential precautions to consider:

  1. Physical Fitness: Prior to embarking on the trek, it’s advisable to maintain good physical fitness. Engaging in regular exercise and cardio workouts will help prepare your body for the trek’s demands.
  2. Altitude Acclimatization: Mardi Himal Trek involves gaining altitude. It’s crucial to acclimatize properly to prevent altitude sickness. Listen to your body, and if you experience symptoms like dizziness, nausea, or headaches, descend to a lower altitude.
  3. Appropriate Clothing: Pack suitable clothing for varying weather conditions. Layering is key, allowing you to adjust your attire as you ascend or descend. Don’t forget to include warm and waterproof clothing, as mountain weather can be unpredictable.
  4. Comfortable Footwear: Invest in high-quality, comfortable hiking boots with excellent grip. Make sure they’re well broken in before the trek to avoid blisters and discomfort.
  5. Hydration: Staying well-hydrated is crucial. Carry a reusable water bottle and use water purification methods or buy bottled water from lodges. Dehydration can exacerbate altitude-related issues.
  6. Proper Trekking Gear: Equip yourself with essential trekking gear, including a backpack, trekking poles, headlamp, and a good-quality sleeping bag. It’s also wise to bring a basic first-aid kit.
  7. Local Cuisine: Enjoy local Nepalese food during your trek, but be mindful of food safety. Consume cooked and hot meals, avoid uncooked vegetables, and drink purified or bottled water.
  8. Responsible Trekking: Respect local customs and the environment. Dispose of your waste responsibly, and avoid disturbing wildlife or removing plants.
  9. Travel Insurance: Ensure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking activities and potential emergency evacuations.
  10. Altitude Sickness Awareness: Understand the symptoms of altitude sickness, including acute mountain sickness (AMS), high-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE), and high-altitude cerebral edema (HACE). Familiarize yourself with treatment and prevention methods.
  11. Weather Monitoring: Keep an eye on weather conditions, especially during the monsoon season. In adverse weather, it’s essential to prioritize safety over reaching your destination.
  12. Guided Trek: Consider hiring a local guide and porter. They are experienced and can assist you in navigating the trail, carrying your belongings, and ensuring your safety.
  13. Travel with a Group: Trekking with a group provides added safety and camaraderie. In case of emergencies, there will be people to assist and support you.
  14. Permit and Documentation: Ensure you have all the necessary permits for the trek. Carry identification and required documents, such as your passport and trekking permits.
  15. Emergency Contact: Share your trekking itinerary and emergency contact information with a reliable person who can provide assistance if needed.

By following these precautions and being well-prepared, you can have a safe, enjoyable, and memorable Mardi Himal Trek in the stunning landscapes of the Annapurna region.


  • Majestic Heights: The Mardi Himal Trek reaches an elevation of approximately 4,500 meters (14,763 feet) at Mardi Himal High Camp. This journey allows trekkers to witness the grandeur of the Annapurna Massif, including the iconic peaks of Machapuchare and Hiunchuli.
  • Off the Beaten Path: Mardi Himal is an off-the-beaten-path trek, providing a serene and less crowded alternative to other popular routes in the Annapurna region. Trekkers can relish the tranquility of the Himalayan wilderness.
  • Rhododendron Forests: As you ascend, the trek takes you through lush rhododendron forests, offering a colorful spectacle during the spring when these vibrant blooms adorn the landscape.
  • Cultural Encounters: Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with local Gurung and Magar communities, immersing yourself in their rich traditions and warm hospitality.

What’s Typically Included in a Tour Package:

  1. Accommodation: Most tour packages include hotel or lodging arrangements for the duration of the tour. The level of accommodation (e.g., budget, standard, luxury or 5 star hotel) may vary depending on the package.
  2.  Transportation: The package often covers transportation to and from the destination, such as flights, train tickets, or bus transfers. Local transportation within the destination, like guided tours or airport transfers,also included.
  3. Meals: Meals are usually provided as part of the package. This may include breakfast (at hotel ) and dinner ( Local restaurant or hotel) with the option for special dietary requests.
  4. Sightseeing: Guided tours and excursions to popular attractions and landmarks are often included in the package. With knowledgeable tour guides. ( according your language)
  5. Activities: Some packages include specific activities or experiences, such as adventure sports, cultural performances, or wildlife safaris.
  6. Itinerary Planning: Tour operators often design the itinerary, taking care of scheduling, reservations, and logistics.
  7.  Airport Transfers: Transportation between the airport and the hotel is typically included in the package.


What’s Typically Not Included in a Tour Package:

  1. Airfare to the Starting Point: Unless explicitly stated, the cost of getting to the tour’s starting point (e.g., your home to the departure city) is not included.
  2. Optional Excursions: Some activities or excursions may be offered as optional add-ons and are not part of the base package.
  3. Entrance Fees: The cost of admission to museums, historical sites, and other attraction.
  4. Local Guides: In some cases, local guides or experts provide insights and information during tours.
  5. Travel Insurance Upgrades: While basic coverage may be included, travelers may need to purchase additional insurance for specific needs or higher coverage limits.
  6. Personal Expenses: Expenses such as souvenirs, personal shopping, alcoholic beverages, and spa treatments are usually not covered.
  7. Visa and Passport Fees: The cost of obtaining necessary visas and passports is typically the responsibility of the traveler.
  8. Tips and Gratuities: Tips for tour guides, drivers, and hotel staff are often not included and should be budgeted separately.
  9. International Departure Taxes: Taxes imposed by airports or countries upon departure are typically not included in the package.
  10. Medical Expenses: Non-emergency medical expenses, vaccinations, and medication costs are generally not covered.
  11. Baggage Fees: Charges for checked luggage or excess baggage are usually not included.
  12. Personal Transportation: If you want to explore the destination independently or deviate from the group itinerary, the cost of personal transportation is not covered.
  13.  Anything which is not mentioned in inclusion.
    It’s essential to carefully read the terms and conditions of a tour package to understand precisely what is included and what is not.
5 Days
12+ Age
  • Departure
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Include
    Airport Transfers
    Daily breakfast
  • Not Included
    Accommodation in well-appointed hotels
    Departure Taxes
    All applicable taxes and fees
    Transfers in comfortable vehicles
    Sightseeing tours with knowledgeable guides

Day 1: Kande to Pitan Deurali (1925m)

  • Your Mardi Himal Trek adventure begins as your guide and porter pick you up from your Pokhara hotel at 8 AM. You'll embark on a scenic drive to Kande, the starting point of your trek. As you leave behind the urban landscape of Pokhara, you'll enter the tranquil wilderness of the Annapurna region. The trek on the first day leads you to Pitan Deurali, situated at an elevation of approximately 1925 meters. The journey takes around 4 hours, allowing you to gradually acclimatize to the altitude. You'll spend the night at a lodge in Pitan Deurali, immersed in the serenity of the Himalayan foothills.

Day 2: Pitan Deurali to Low Camp (2985m)

  • On the second day of your trek, you'll continue your ascent into the Himalayan terrain. After around four hours of trekking, you'll reach Forest Camp (2600m), where you'll pause for lunch. The lush rhododendron forests provide a scenic backdrop for your midday break. The journey continues for another 6 hours, leading you to Low Camp, situated at an altitude of approximately 2985 meters. As you climb higher, the forest gradually gives way to more alpine surroundings. You'll spend the night at a lodge in Low Camp, savoring the crisp mountain air.

Day 3: Low Camp to High Camp (3,700m)

  • As you venture deeper into the Annapurna region, the trail leads you to Dovan at an elevation of 2,600 meters. The trek is characterized by dense rhododendron forests and lush vegetation. You'll be surrounded by the serene sounds of the Modi Khola River, creating a tranquil ambiance.

Day 4: Dovan (2,600m) to Machapuchare Base Camp (MBC) (3,700m) Today's

  • As you venture forth on the third day, you'll be treated to breathtaking vistas of Machhapuchhre and Annapurna South. The trail leads you to High Camp (3550m), and the journey takes approximately four hours. The landscape transitions from lush forests to open meadows, and the grandeur of the surrounding peaks becomes increasingly prominent. High Camp offers a serene setting for your overnight stay, nestled at an elevation of 3,700 meters. The Himalayan panorama serves as a majestic backdrop to your evening in the lodge.

Day 4: High Camp to Mardi Himal Base Camp (4500m) and Back

  • On this remarkable day, you'll embark on a hike to the magnificent Mardi Himal Base Camp, which stands at an impressive altitude of 4500 meters. The round trip to the base camp and back to High Camp takes approximately four to five hours. Along the way, you'll witness awe-inspiring vistas of the Himalayan peaks. For those seeking a slightly less challenging option, there's the opportunity to hike to a viewpoint located midway and then return to High Camp. After this unforgettable excursion, you'll trek down to Badal Danda (3210m), where you'll spend the night at a lodge. The trek offers a variety of landscapes and viewpoints, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of the Annapurna region.

Day 5: Trek to Siding Village and Return to Pokhara

  • Your trek's final leg takes you to Siding village, a journey that involves approximately 5 hours of hiking. Siding village is a tranquil settlement nestled in the Himalayan foothills. From Siding, you'll drive back to Pokhara, concluding your remarkable Mardi Himal adventure. For those wishing to extend the journey for one more day, there's the option to trek from Siding to Lwang via Ghalel. This extension adds about 5-6 hours of trekking to your itinerary, followed by a drive back to Pokhara. Whichever option you choose, your Mardi Himal Trek with L K Holidays promises a fulfilling and unforgettable experience amidst the stunning heights and geographical wonders of the Annapurna region
  • This exhilarating and compact journey offers a taste of the Himalayan splendor, providing a memorable escape into the heart of the Annapurna region. Experience the wonders of Mardi Himal and the natural grandeur of Nepal's Himalayas, all in just 5 days.

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Value For Money

Deluxe Hotel Accommodation Price Per Person
Travel Cost Based 2 to 3 Adult Per person Cost 350 US Doll 29,000.Indian Rupees
Travel Cost Based 4 to 7 Adult Per Person Cost 325 US Dollar 27,000 Indian Rupees
Travel Cost Based on 8 to 11 Adult Per Person Cost 300 US Dollar 25,000 Indian Rupees
Travel Cost Based on 12 to 20 Adult Per Person Cost 275 US Dollar 23,000 Indian Rupees
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