Mardi Himal Trek is the off the beaten trekking trail of Annapurna region of Nepal. If you are planning to visit the tranquil and serene place of the Annapurna region less explored then Mardi is the best option. Nepal Hiking Himalaya takes you to this awesome virgin land of Nepal for the ultimate silent joy of trekking in Nepal.
The journey of Mardi Himal Trek starts from the scenic flight or bus drive to Pokhara. The evening filled with the clamour of the Lakeside will welcome you nicely in the Lake City of Annapurna region. The journey the following day begins from Pokhara by walking towards the village of Pritam Deurali. It is different from the Annapurna Base Camp Trekking. The journey will be full of fun and adventure as well as cultural. At first phase and last phase of your Mardi Himal Trek, you will encounter the Gurung tribal community village while the middle phase of the trekking consists of the less crowded tranquil environment.
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Therefore, in a single trip, you will get the wilderness adventure and traditional people’s community. This proves the worthiness of the trip. Your every penny spent will be returned in terms of adventure and memory. From Pritam Deurali the journey heads to Rest Camp. This place has lots of tea houses and lodges. A few years back the walking in Mardi Himal Trek route used to be camping but now it is all tea house trekking. Rest Camp is near to the Forest Camp. From here the journey heads to High Camp.
The trail of Mardi Himal Trek consists of the dense forest track and snow-covered trail. Once you have reached the Mardi Himal Base Camp trekkers return to Low Camp. Eventually, journey heads to Lowang Village passing by the village of Siddim. The last day’s trek at Lowang would be enthralling. We can arrange cultural shows. You can eat, drink and dance with the locals in folk music. Finally, the trek ends in Pokhara.
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