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Api Himal with All the Elevation of 7132m is the Maximum Mountain in the Western area of Nepal. The actual jungle, beautiful landscape, cultural diversity, furiously galloping snow-fed rivers and pristine woods and the chief eye-popping elements of this trek. Being such gorgeous heaven, Api Base Camp Trek is off the beaten path trekking route and not many tourists have a trip to this area. It’s a hidden facet in the western remote region of Nepal. While hiking in this course, we’ll have the ability to view Kali Dhunga that is among those Holy Lake in this region and we could reach there with a walk of approximately two hours in the camp.
Agriculture is the principal occupation of the regional folks. Usually, they’ve own language and not able to speak fluent Nepali language too. There also is a famous sacred Lake Kalidhunga, which is located in one and half an hour walk away from Api Himal base camp.
Api base camp trek is very remote and untouched hiking place in western Nepal. Until now, only a few tourists have visited the area. The actual wilderness of this Nature could be experienced across Api Himal base camp course. Gorgeous mountain scene, cultural diversity, quick rivers, and pristine woods are the principal attractions of the area. Aside from the scenic beauty, off-beaten paths and mystical civilization, the area provide a panoramic view of this 7,817-metre Mt. Nandadevi, that is located in Uttar Pradesh of India, Thado Dhunga Tuppa (5,368m.), Api Himal, Rajamba (6,537m.), Kapchuli and a number of other peaks. The 6,850-metre summit of Kapchuli can also be referred to as Jethibahurani.
Your trek begins in the frontier city of Darchula, hiking north across Mahakali River. This remote place is inhibited Bhotya cast group. The positive month for hiking in Api Base Camp is between September to November and March to May.

Day 1: Arrival in Tribhuwan International Airport and move in the Hotel of your choice.
Day 2: The day by Sightseeing at Kathmandu any 3 places among the details:
Pashupatinath temple that is located 5km east of Kathmandu at the bank of sacred Bagmati River. Just the Hindu's could stop by the temple, but the people can clearly see the temple and actions performed in the temple premises from the eastern shore of Bagmati River in which the dead bodies are cremated. From here we'll see Boudhanath Stupa that is situated 8km east of Kathmandu. . In the afternoon we'll drive to Patan Durbar Square that is located in the southern region of the city. The square is dotted with ancient temples, temples and shrines that are famous for their classic and beautiful carvings. From here we'll visit Kathmandu Durbar Square that is the historical seat of Nepalese royalty. After this we'll cover our trip to Swoyambhunath temple that is recorded in UNESCO World Heritage Site. This place dates back to 2500years and can be located in the hilltop that provides the amazing view of Kathmandu.
Day 3: move forward to Dadheldhura and then to Darchula through the Green foothills. On the way Nepalgunj /Bardia overnight at Hotel. (Option, you may a flight to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu)
Day 04: Drive from Nepalgunj to Mahendranagar (219 km) – 4 hrs drive
Day 05: Drive from Mahendranagar to Gokuleshwor (290 km) – 5 / 6 hrs drive
Day 06: Trek from Gokuleshwor to Karkale (900 m) – 2 / 3 hrs walk
Day 07: Trek from Karkale trek to Chiureni (1100 m) – 6 / 7 hrs walk
Day 08: Trek from Chiureni trek to Makarighat (1800 m) – 6 / 7hrs walk
Day 09: Acclimatization at Makarighat
Day 10: Trek from Makarighat trek to Seti (2800 m) – 6 / 7 hrs walk
Day 11: Trek from Seti to Lawathi (3000 m) – 4 hrs walk
Day 12: Trek from Lawathi to Simar (3300 m) – 5 / 6 hrs walk
Day 13: Trek from Simar to Dhawaliwadar (3800 m) – 4 / 5 hrs walk
Day 14: Trek from Dhawalidwar to api Base Camp (4100 m) – 2 hrs walk
Day 15: Trek from Base Camp to Saheb Bagar (2800 m) – 6 hrs walk
Day 16: Trek from Saheb Bagar to Makarighat (1800 m) – 6 / 7 hrs walk
Day 17: Trek from Makarighat to Bitule (1200 m) – 5 hrs walk
Day 18: Trek from Bitule to Gokuleshwor (850 m) – 5 / 6 hrs walk
Day 19: Drive from Gokuleshwor to Mahendranagar – 5 / 6 hrs drive
Day 20: Get back to Kathmandu through Dhadgadhi. Overnight on the way back at Lumbini
Day 21: Lumbini to Kathmandu – 7 hour by bus.
Day 22: You'll be Moved to Tribhuwan International airport for the onward travel

• Hotel lodging in Kathmandu on B/B foundation;
• Meals each day (Breakfasts, Lunch and Dinners with coffee or tea) throughout the trek and increasing period.
• Full board Accommodation of Lodges, Guesthouses at Twin Sharing Bases throughout the trek and tent will likely be accessible throughout the climbing phase All camping gear in Base Circle;
• National Parks and hotel/airport move.
• An expert English speaking guide trained by authorities of Nepal.
• Staffs food, clothes, salary,insurance,gear,flight etc..
• All necessary seated transportation by vehicles that are comfy.
• All governmental process permits fees and taxes.
• Welcome & farewell dinner in normal Nepali restaurant.

• Visa commission / Airfare global
• Any sort of Alcoholic, cold and hot beverages, spa.
• Personal injury insurance or Profession rescue if needed.
• Travel and Rescue Insurance Policy
• Personal expenses (Telephone calls, Laundry, Bar invoice, Extra porters price, Dessert, Chocolates, Camera battery costs)
• Guide, porter and trekking staff tips ( tipping are expected)

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