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Nepal Social Treks

Trip Overview

Nepal is a small country offering various attractions naturally, culturally, as well as in other various aspects. But being a developing country, Nepal requires a different type of development and services in many parts of the country. We, Mountain Delights, have been providing various services and charity as a part of our CSR. In this trek, we will be taking you to some parts of Nepal providing you the chance to provide some social services in the area which could be medical services or any other social services.

You will be taken to our different social projects during the trek. You can provide some volunteering services based on your interest in the trip such as teaching, or some medical services, or can take part in various activities and help in the regular activities of locals.

During the trek, you closely view the mountain peaks Ganesh Himal main along with Ganesh I or Yangra Peak (7,422 m/ 24,350 ft), Ganesh II (7118 m/ 23,353 ft), Ganesh III (7,043 m/ 23,107 ft), and Ganesh IV or Pabil Peak (7,104 m/ 23.307 ft). Ganesh Himal range is separated by the Trishuli River with Langtang massif and the Budhi Gandaki River with Mansiri and Shringi ranges.


Upon your arrival at the international airport in Kathmandu, our representative will meet you and welcome you to Nepal and then he will transfer you to the booked hotel. After hotel check-in, you can rest and relax here for some time. Now, you will be taken for the strolling tour of Thamel where you can find some fine dining restaurants, ATMs, Money changers, gear shops, and many more. After the tour, you will be taken to our office for a trip briefing meeting. After the meeting, you will be taken to the hotel and overnight at the hotel. If there is any delay today, the meeting session will be done tomorrow.
You start the day with a delicious breakfast served at your hotel. The sightseeing involves a tour of two religious and cultural sites Pashupatinath temple and Boudhanath stupa. Pashupatinath Temple: It is one of the most celebrated Hindu temples in South Asia. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. This place is a UNESCO world cultural heritage site. The Bagmati river flowing beside the temple is religiously and spiritually significant for Hindus where the cremation of the dead body takes place. Pashupatinath temple holds the most prominence during Shivaratri – Shiva’s birthday and thousands of pilgrims gather in the night to celebrate the day. Boudhanath Stupa: It is one of the biggest Stupas in terms of size and height in Nepal and is located in the east of Kathmandu on the ancient trade route between India-Nepal and Tibet. The site is peaceful and culturally filled with the intermixed influence of Tibetan and Sherpa roots. Stupa built on the trading route between Kathmandu and Tibet has four pairs of eyes directed towards all four directions. It is believed to be influenced by Mahayana Buddhist philosophy. After the tour today, you will be taken back to your hotel and you can prepare yourself for the trip tomorrow. Overnight at the hotel.
After having breakfast, we will start our program by taking a drive pleasant drive to Bhalche. The first part of the drive is through the well-blacktopped road with lots of turnings and corners until you reach Trisuli. As we reach there you will cross the Trisuli River and through Trisuli bazaar we will continue our drive to Bhalche which is a bumpy road that provides ample opportunities to have great views of the surrounding along with some local villages. Bhalche includes the culture of the Tamang community which is a beautiful village where you can observe small schools and government health posts. We will set up our camp for the overnight and Overnight at the Camp.
After having breakfast, we will start walking towards Thulo Chour through the jungles of Pine and Rhododendron and crossing some small streams. Thulo chour is a beautiful ground in the middle of the forest. Here, we can see the settlement of people living in temporary huts; Chattel Shed, and engaging in looking after cattle and collecting bamboo to make baskets. Thulo chour will be our lunch stopover. After taking lunch, we will continue walking and cross small springs then start ascending. On the way, we might see some Himalayan monkeys and a great view of the Langtang Mountains. Overnight in a tented camp at Gonga.
In the morning, we will have our breakfast enjoying the pristine views of Langtang ranges and some of the mountains of Tibet. After breakfast, we hike through deep rhododendron and pine forest, with a good chance to see the animals that include monkeys, mountain goats, Leaped, it is a short walk up made difficult because of altitude and the steep up. Either you take early lunch on the way or take late lunch at Rupchet. Late afternoon is free and easy, can enjoy the great Himalayan charm of the Tibet range & Gosaikunda range. Rupchet is the Basecamp of Sing-la Top and it is the place with the highest altitude camp in this trek. Overnight Camp.
Today, we must start our journey early in the early morning to see the sunrise from the top of Sing-la. It will take almost two hours to reach there as we have to engage in a steep ascend to the hill. Here, we can see the tranquil glance of the Ganesh Himal ranges, Manaslu, Annapurna, Langtang & Tibet range. After enjoying the scenery along with the first rays of the sun, we will descend and proceed through the Pine & Rhododendron Forest. Today is a tough day throughout this trek and today’s altitude is the highest in the entire trek. You will cross the Shing La Pass and make your way to Sertunga Kharka. Overnight at the Camp at Shertunga Kharka.
After having breakfast in the camp, we will walk through the jungles in some places and through fields of corn, maize, wheat, barley, etc. The view of the Ganesh Himal ranges can be seen from most of the places on the trekking route. Enjoying the views, we will descend to the remote village of Tamang/ Ghale. We will reach this village at lunchtime. After lunch, we will descend to reach Borang village of the Tamang community. If you like, then you can have some interaction with the local people and observe their lifestyle. After spending an hour in the village, we will continue walking to Jharlang Phedi. On the way, we will pass through the agricultural fields at some places, and we also must cross rivers. Overnight at Jharlang Phedi.
After breakfast, we will hire the local vehicle for our drive to Jyamrung. We will be driving through the rough road exploring the small settlements, landscape, forest, and others on the way. Overnight at the Camp at Jyamrung.
Today you will be exploring the beautiful Jyamrung Village along with our social project. We got familiar with the surroundings and the families of the village. We also spend our time visiting schools where you can teach if you are interested and do other projects. We will work with the local people and get involved in their daily activities. If you wish, we can also go fishing or swimming, whichever you prefer. Today, we will introduce you to all the entire projects in which we are involved and you can volunteer for those projects. Overnight in camp at Jyamrung.
After breakfast, we will be driving back to Kathmandu. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will check in to our Hotel and have the proper rest required after the long trip. Overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast at your Hotel, we take you on the mysterious Kathmandu city tour. This historical, cultural, and spiritual city unveils social and historical mysteries to visitors. You will walk through the narrow lanes of ancient Kathmandu – the center of power – that includes markets of Ason, the Glass beads market at Indrachowk, the oldest supermarket at New Road, Kilagal, and Hidden Stupas inside the family courtyard. Visit Kathmandu Durbar Square – the administrative quarter of Malla Kings (fourteenth to eighteenth century), and Shah Kings who ruled Nepal from 1768 until 2008. The most unique experience in the square is the visit to the temple of the living goddess “Kumari”. After the tour, return to your Hotel. If you are staying in Thamel, you can hang around this bustling tourist market and enjoy shopping. Overnight in Hotel.
Per your flight schedule, you will be transferred to the international airport of Kathmandu three hours before the flight time and your tour ends here.

What is Included?

    • Accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast.
    •  Guide, Cooks, Sherpas, kitchen boy, and Helpers (Porters) for the trek.
    • All food (Breakfast, Lunch& Dinner.) during the trek
    • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu includes private transport, guide, and entrance fee.
    • Accommodation. (Tent) during the trek.
    • Hot and cold drinks. (Tea, hot Choate, coffee, hot milk & Juice) during the trek.
    • Private 4-wheel transportation from Kathmandu to Bhalche, Jharlang Phedi – Jyamrung, and Jyamrung to Kathmandu.
    • All food, drinks, Lodge, salary, Insurance, all transport, etc. for guide, Sherpa, and porter.
    • All Camping Gear (table, chair, two men tents, dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, down jacket, sleeping & Duffel bag.
    • Down Jacket, down sleeping bag & Duffel bag.
    • Guide, all food, hot drinks, and local home accommodation during work in the village.
    • All taxes.

What is Excluded?

    • Any bar bills (alcoholic drinks, cigarettes, client’s insurance, any kind of unforeseen expenses
    • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
    • Tips for guide, porter & driver

Equipment Checklist

This list outlines the required things to bring during the trekking hours. There are various selections and brands that you can have your own choice. That equipment can be bought and hired easily at a reasonable price in Kathmandu.




  1. Down sleeping bag (you can borrow with us if required).
  2. Duffel or Rucksack bag (you can borrow with us if required).All camping Gear we provide.
  3. Daypack
  4. Down Jacket (you can borrow with us if required).
  5. Flish liner (you can borrow with us if required).
  6. Walking poles (Walking poles (optional, you can borrow with us if required).
  7. Water bottle with purification tablets.
  8. Hand wash liquids.
  9. Lip guard.
  10. Sun block cream.
  11. Toiletry kit. Be sure to include toilet paper stored in a plastic bag, hand wipes, liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap, etc.

Upper Body - Head / Ears / Eyes

  1. Cap and ears covering hat. 
  2. Sunglasses
  3. Head torch.
  4. Earmuffs and neck warmer is another piece of gear for extra warmth (optional).


  1. Hand gloves

Core Body

  1. T-shirts.
  2. Light and weight thermal tops.
  3. Light jacket.
  4. Wind and rain jacket.
  5. Shirts

Lower Body – Legs

  1. Long and short hiking pants.
  2. Lightweight long underwear.
  3. Rain and windproof trousers.


  1. Thin and thick socks.
  2. Trekking boots, light shoes, and sandals.

Medicines and First Aid Kits

(Our guide will carry the first aid kit bag during the trek.  We still recommend you bring your first aid kit as you feel it necessary).

  1. Headache and fever medicine.
  2. Ibuprofen for general aches and pains.
  3. Burnt cream.
  4. Immodium or Peptobismol capsules for upset stomach and diarrhea.
  5. Diamox (commonly prescribed as Acetazolamide). Please discuss this with us before starting to take this medicine.
  6. Antibiotics.
  7. Blister treatments such as mole skin, hand plastsband-aids, some waterproof tape, anti-infection ointments, etc.


  1. Passport and extra passport photos (2 copies).
  2. Durable wallet/pouch for travel documents, money, and passport.
  3. Pocket knife.
  4. bandanas.
  5. Favorite snack foods and energy bars
  6. Paperback books, cards, mp3 player. Avoid players with moving hardware as it may not function. Remember, keep these items lightweight
  7. Binoculars.
  8. Camera.

All garments should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks or large puncture-resistant plastic bags.

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