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Upper Arun Valley Trek

Kimathanka is a place that lies  .  on the edge of Makalu Barun National Park and the Buffer Zone Area in Upper Arun Valley near the border with Tibet.  The route offers a rare local culture of   Bhote people a tribe originating from Tibet. As well as the Tibet of China – Nepal border.

The route starts from Khandbari to Chichila, Num, and Hedangna to Gola After Gola the route crosses the beautiful sacred Barun river and follows the side of the Arun river, and reaches Hatiya. Fro Hatiya the route goes up to  Hunghung to  Kimathamna  at 2,500m  elevation on the Tibetan border  The sacred Barun river,  the  Lower Barun Valley, the hot springs of Hatiya village, and gree cardamom fields,  rare medicinal wild herbs make this trek a classic adventure. 

Upper Arun Valley Trek highlights

  • Total program days: 14 without a porter.
  • Total Trekking days: 11 with porter guide.
  • Trek Grade: Medium to Hard.
  • Maximum Group Size: Minimum of two people
  • Altitude: Kimmathanka (2842m.)
  • Best Trekking time: September to November. Mid-March to May.
  • Permits: Special trek permit, MBNP permit.
  • Transportation: Reserve jeep/ Regular jeep/ Plane
  • Activity: Trekking/ sightseeing/volunteering.
  • Total trekking hours per day:4-6 hours.
  • Accommodation: Local tea houses/ Homestays.
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Itinerary

Day 1Khandbari

Flight (30 minutes) from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar airport. Receive and welcome by MAST staff at the airport. Catch a jeep, drive for about 15 minutes, get a Khandbari hotel room, and rest. Explore Khandbari bazaar, Child Welfare Home Khandbari, etc. Meet your porter guide and be introduced to him. Overnight stay at the hotel/ homestay in Khandbari

Day 2Drive from Khandbari to Num (1500m)

After breakfast around 8 am catch a reserved jeep to Num. Jeep leaves Khandbari passes Manebhangyang, ArunTthan Bhotebas, Chhyankuti to Chichila. At Chichila stop the jeep and order for lunch at any one of the tea houses there. Then enjoy observing the natural beauty, of the Himalayan range toward the north. After having a rest for some time, your traveling starts. The road passes Hururu, Mude, and finally gets Num at around 2 pm ( 4- 5 hours travelling)

Day 3 Trek from Num to Simma (1540m)

After having breakfast at about 8 am at the hotel, trek down to the Arun Dobhan. Enjoy observing Arun third Hydro Power constructionPorject. Then cross the bridge on the river and trek up to Gadidanda. Have some rest at Gadi Danda and then follow the path through thr Hedangna village and finally get at Simma Gaun. This is your todays trek destination. Find one the best tea houses for overnight stay there.

Day 4Trek from Simma to Gola (1100m)

Have your breakfast at around 8 am at the tea house , start your today’ trek. Follow the path towards Pathivara Danda. Cross the Danda and trek through Ekuwa, Lame Bagar and get at Gola your todays’ trek destination. Fine one of the best tea house for your over night stay thee.

Day 5Trek from Gola to Hatiya (3550 m)

It’s market day in Lausanne! Enjoy browsing and packing a picnic lunch for our 11 a.m. boat cruise on Lake Geneva. A few miles down-shore we’ll dock at Château de Chillon, where we’ll have a guided tour of this delightfully medieval castle on the water. On our way back we’ll take time to peek into the vineyards surrounding Lutry before returning to Lausanne. Boat: 2 hrs. Bus: 1 hr. Walking: moderate.

Day 6Trek from Hatiya to Hungung

Have your breakfast at around 8 am at your tea house, follow t the trekking route up to Hungung. This is a village where you may not find any tea houses. So with the help of your local porter guide you will have to identify a house for overnight stay there.

Day 7Trek from Hungung to Kimmathanka ( 2842)

This is your long trek day. Pack and carry lunch to eat on the trek trial. After wqalking the whole days you will get Kimmathanka in the evening. Find one the best Home for overnight stay there.

Day 8Kimmathanka Rest Day. ( 2840)

This is your rest day for sightseeing studying about the local culture and tradition . Food and accommodation at the tea house there. For overnight stay Home stay accommodation there.

Day 9Trek from Kimmathanka to Chumusur

After breakfast at 7 Pack some ford to eat on the trek route. Now you are following the different route. Trk down to Chhumusur. This is your today trek destination. Find one the best homes for your overnight stay there

Day 10Trek from Chumusur to Chepuwa (2040m)

After breakfast at 7 am at the house trek (for 5 to 6 hours) up Chepuwa. Find one of the best Home for your overnight stay.

Day 11Trek from Chepuwa to Gola

This is your long day’ trekking. Commence your trek from Chepuwa trek down to Arun river, climb to Mapalungdanda by passing the Rukuma village. After crossing the Danda continue walking pass the Namase, Sibrung and then trek down and cross the Arun river and a arrive at Gola. . Overnight stay at a tea house there.

Day 12Trek from Gola to Gadi

Have breakfast at your tea house continue walking up to Gadi. Overnight stay at a tea house at Gadi Danda.

Day 13 Trek from Gadi to Num, Drive Num to Khandbari.

After breakfast at the tea house at Gadi, trek down towards the Arun River. Cross the bridge and trek up to Num. for about three hours. Have tour lunch at Num and find a jeep to travel to Khandbari and arrive in Khandbari in the evening. Say goodbye to your Porter guide.

Day 14Drive from Khandbari to Tumlingtar, Flight from Tumling to Kathmandu

Have your breakfast at the tea house/Home Then Catch a jeep and drive for about 20 minutes to get Tumlingtar. Prepare for your flight to Kathmandu. Say goodbye to MAST company staff and border the plane and fly to Kathmandu

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