Pokhara is small valley city of nature with lakes and mountains. It is famous by Mount Annapurna and Mount Fistail Himalayas. This 3 Days Trek Pokhara offers you an opportunity to embark on some short yet incredibly rewarding short treks in Pokhara, Nepal. The Pokhara trek themselves will take you through sparse villages, farm terraces and a short stretch of woods on the beautiful Dhampus Hill. From Dhampus Hill, you will come face to face with spectacular views of the surrounding Himalayan maintain range, as well as some breathtaking sunrises and sunsets at Sarangkot. In addition to being a stunning mountain viewpoint, Dhampus is also an ethnic Gurung village, and this trip will give you an opportunity to observe the daily lives of villagers.
One of the most popular treks from Pokhara, this Dhampus Sarangkot Trek offers amazing mountain views and passes through pleasant villages resided by the Ghale and Gurung tribes. The major attractions of the hike include the exploration of villages, visiting local schools, meeting with locals and witnessing panoramic scenes of the elevated Himalayas like Mt. Machhapuchare (Fishtail), Himchuli and Annapurna South.
3 Day Trek near to Pokhara is famous view point called Sarangkot will make it a fantastic 3 days of soft, scenic trek from Pokhara to the Annapurna foothills. In the 3 days version of the Nepal trek, we walk from Dhampus to Sarangkot, stay overnight there and trek further to Pokhara the next day. Sarangkot offers great view of a long panorama of the Himalayas including Annapurnas, Dhaulagiri and the Fishtail. You can also have great view of the Pokhara city and the Phewa lake from here .
Day 01: Drive Pokhara to Kande trek start point and trek to Dhampus – 3 hours.
Day 02: Early morning watching sunrise on the Himalayas and trek to Sarangkot – 4hrs
Day 03: Trek Sarangkot to Pokhara – 2 hours
Pickup from your hotel in Pokhara to/from trek.
2 nights Teahouse accommodation.
Meals: 3 meal a day during the trek.
One experienced local registered trekking guide.
Salary, meals and accommodation of your guide.
All necessary trekking permits if required.
Government tax, vat, service charges.
Lunch and Dinner whilst in Pokhara.
All bar bills, beverages such as coke, can juice etc.
Personal nature expenses, toiletries, laundry, trekking gear.
Travel insurance and rescue operation in case of emergency.
Guided sightseeing in Pokhara
Porter and horse ride if needed.
Gratitude and tips for guide.