Sarebung Trekking

Trip ID: AJH4405
Trip Duration Days
Destination Sarebung
Group Size Persons
Maximum Altitude
Trip Difficulty

Trip Overview

Near the revered Lake Damodar Kunda, Saribung Himal is situated between the borders of the kingdoms of Mustang and Manang. The stunning landscapes of Mustang and Nar Phu valley in the Annapurna region make up the trek’s adventure roots. The Saribung Trek course is ideal for those who enjoy adventure and the outdoors. A unique permit is necessary. The pass from Luri Gompa to Nar Phu Valley, a hidden valley with an old monastery, vibrant stupas, and stone barley fields, is challenging. Along with mountain climbing, it also visits the Tibetan Khampa-inhabited Nar Phu valley and Damodar Kunda Lake in the Kingdom of Mustang. Our top goal is always keeping everyone safe. To guarantee a great and safe trekking trip in Nepal, our troop commanders and guides undergo annual training and skill updates. You require high-quality gear and experience trekking at a high altitude. The Nepali government opened this hike route in 2006.

From Jomsom, where the Upper Mustang and Sare bung climb expeditions start, we take a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara and then a connecting flight from Pokhara to Jomsom. On our way to Saribung’s top, we shall through the Nar Phu valley. From the summit, one can see a variety of mountains in Tibet and Nepal. Our trek comes to a close in Bulbule, from whence we fly to Kathmandu. We conclude our trip to Mustang’s Saribung Himal in this manner.

Trip Highlight

  • Mustang Land Trekking with a Sherpa Guide
  • on the Dakmar, Gar Gumba path, an old monastery
  • Trek with a Teahouse that is unforgettable
  • flight from Pokhara to the mountain of Jomsom
  • In-restaurant cultural program for Nepalis
  • After leaving Yara village, there were fewer hikers.
  • Visit to the 2,500-year-old Chhusar cave

Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Arrive in Kathmandu, then go to the hotel
  • Day 2 : Take a Jeep from Kathmandu to Besishar-Dharapani (1860 m) 6-7 hrs.
  • Day 3 : Dharapani to Koto
  • Day 4 : Kyoto to Dharmasala (3300 m) 5-6 hrs
  • Day 5 : Phu Gaon to Dharmasala (3740 m) 5-6 hrs
  • Day 6 : Phu Gaon to Nagoru (4400) 5-6 hrs
  • Day 7 : Nagoru to Saribung Base Camp Rest day for acclimatization of 7-8 hours
  • Day 8 : Saribung High Camp to Saribung Base Camp
  • Day 9 : High Camp to Saribung Peak's top (6346 m), then return to Base Camp 8-10 hrs
  • Day 10 : Namta Khola to Saribung Base Camp (4890 m) 6-7 hrs
  • Day 11 : From Namta Khola to the high pass (around 5600 m), then to Gumba Tanti (4600 m) 7-8 hrs
  • Day 12 : Yara to high pass (around 5100 m) from Ghuma Tanti (3800 m) 5-6 hrs
  • Day 13 : Yara to Lo Monthang
  • Day 14 : Rest day and trip of Lomanthang village
  • Day 15 : Charang to Lo Monthang (3560 m) 4-5 hrs
  • Day 16 : Charang to Syangboche
  • Day 17 : Syangboche to Chele
  • Day 18 : Chele to Jomsom and Kagbeni (2700) 7-8 hrs
  • Day 19 : Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara
  • Day 20 : Fly or take a bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu
  • Day 21 : Sightseeing and shopping in Kathmandu
  • Day 22 : Depart for your home country.

Trip Cost Inclusion

  • airline ticket (Jomsom - Pokhara)
  • Kathmandu-Dharapani-Pokhara-Beshi Sahar KTM
  • While you journey to a tea house, an English-speaking trekking guide and porter will accompany you.
  • While you are peak climbing, a climbing guide and support staff will be there
  • While climbing, you will receive all meals and lodging in a tent, as well as a tea house lodge.
  • You will be given a two-man tent and a form mattress while you are at our camp.
  • All kitchen appliances, climbing guides, and employees are covered by insurance.

Trip Cost Exclusion

  • Costs of international travel to and from Kathmandu and visas
  • Kathmandu hotel, lunch, and dinner
  • Personal costs include calls, mineral water, bar tabs, hot showers, battery replacement, additional porters and equipment, etc.
  • Tips for porters and guides (Tipping are expected but not mandatory)