Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal

About Mardi Himal Trekking

Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal is a newly opened trekking route of the Annapurna region. Even if it is newly opened the popularity of this route is soaring high. Lots of domestic as well as international trekkers are flocking on this destination. The mere reason behind this trekking route’s popularity is the scenery. It is an iconic place to get the vista of Annapurna Base Camp and Mt. Machhapuchhre.

It is the hot-selling short trekking route. Trekkers take the bus trip to Kande from Pokhara and start their walking. The first stop is at Forest Camp. There are very few teahouses and meticulous advance planning is essential for getting the best services. The agency prepares all and all travelers need to do is the advance booking of the trip. However, we are competent to organize the last minute trekking trips too. The trail up to Forests Camp comprises of various villages as well as the terraced farmlands. From this place onwards it is all hills, grassy meadows, and green lush forests.

As trekkers reach the Low Camp and High Camp the scenery starts to overwhelm. During Snowy season the area becomes splendidly beautiful. However, careful walking is needed and trekkers must heed the instructions of the trekking guide. There are numerous vertical cliffs and narrow trails. Therefore, a cautious approach must be taken. The Upper View Point of the Mardi Himal is the most astonishing place. It is the photographer’s heaven. The shutter of eyes and the camera will not get any rest. The gigantic Mt. Machhapuchhre on the backdrop provides the utter jovial moods.

It seems that the mountain is within the touching distance. Furthermore, the view of Annapurna Sanctuary from above is surprising too. Book the Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal with us. Walk on Nepal’s current hottest trekking route. It is within the Annapurna region too and endows the chance to see the Annapurna Base Camp too. Don’t wait any longer. Contact our travel planners today! Fulfill your dream of being closer to the snow-clad mountains of Nepal.