Makalu Base Camp Trek (23 Days)
The trek to base camp of Makalu (8475m), the fifth highest peak in the world is a wonderful hike, still intact and little frequented by walkers, even if it is located very close to the Everest region . Barun Valley is part of a huge international protected area under an agreement signed between the governments of Nepal and China: it includes a National Park 216 km ² and a conservation area 77 km ².
Makalu trekking in the region allows you to be dazzled by the Makalu Barun National Park, by the misty plains of Tumlingtar, one of the least popular of Nepal, by the snowy heights of Makalu base camp (5000m). The views of the south face of Makalu, Everest and Lhotse engrave royal and fantastic memories in your memory.
Day 1. Arrival at the airport in Kathmandu. Home by the head of the agency at the airport then transfer to your hotel.
Day 2. Visit of Kathmandu.
Day 3. Plane from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar (460m). Here begins the trek with a walk leading to Khandbari (1040m).
Day 4. Departure for Fururu (1900m).
Day 5. Departure to Num (1490m).
Day 6. Departure for Sedu (1460m).
Day 7. Drive to Tashi Gaon (2070m).
Day 8. Departure to Kauma (3470m).
Day 9. Departure for Mumbuk (3570m).
Day 10. Departure for Nhe Kharka (3000m).
Day 11. Departure to Sherson (4615m).
Day 12. Drive to the base camp of Makalu (5000m).
Day 13. Departure for Kharta Chhu.
Day 14. Departure for Thulo Pokhari.
Day 15. Departure for Tashigoun.
Day 16. Departure for Khongma Gaon, crossing the Barun Pass.
Day 17. Departure for Sheduwa.
Day 18. Departure for Tuhure.
Day 19. Departure to Gogan.
Day 20. Departure for Tumlingtar.
Day 22. Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 23. Free time in Kathmandu and transfer to the airport two hours before departure of your plane back.
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