Traveling is not always about the destination, it's about the Journey.
The Annapurna region of Nepal is home to some of the world’s most beautiful mountain landscapes, along with most popular trekking routes. The Mardi Himal Trek, situated at the Base Camp of impressive Machhapuchre Himal (Fishtail), is the Hidden gems that lie just east of most popular trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You’ve come to the right place if you are limited in time and in search of a trekking that costs you less and minimum effort, as Mardi Himal trek is one of the shortest mountain treks in Nepal. Lying at the height of the 3900m, Mardi Himal is believed to be an easy aim even for non- professional climbers from where you are able the get the picturesque views of the entire Annapurna Range.
Mardi Himal trek is a fresh unlocked trekking route; also known as the hidden paragon - is an ideal trek for those in search of off the beaten trails with less busy trails. The trek carries you through the settlements of different ethnic groups - a remote and isolated area via thick rhododendron forests, paddy fields, and lovely streams and pristine topography up to 4800m. Thus, this trek is a fabulously beautiful trek, which offers the magnificent view of the mountains such as Machhapuchre (fishtail), Annapurna, Hiunchuli, Annapurna South and many more in the Annapurna range. With the close-up sceneries of the entire Annapurna Range, you can climb to Mardi Himal Base Camp from High Camp - and so we only could do intent with self-sufficient way.
If you decide to take the Siddhing route, then the journey begins approaching Pitam Deurali 2 and half hour walk from the very smashing city Pokhara (truly a piece of heaven on Earth). The off beaten path leads us through the pine, evergreen shrub juniper and the dense rhododendron forest with turbulent rivers making the delightful sound. About 2-8 hours walk will take you to Low Camp (2,990 m) from Australian base Camp and continuous 6-7 hours day hike through the old stone-built villages, you will finally step at the Mardi Himal Base Camp at 4,500 m. It is a five-day long journey. Since the trekkers get adequate time to rest in this trek, acclimatization will not be an issue plus it is normally 3-4 hours of walk every day which is normal even to the new trekkers.
The purity of nature is so enormous that even the creator will be lost in its own creation.
Mardi Himal is sure to offer the imaging view of mountains, having especially the major attraction of the trek through Mardi Himal base camp, Jhinu Hot Spring, and Ghandruk village. Though the trekkers have adored Mardi Himal route since so long. Even in the recent days, there are small teahouse and lodges, which provides very simple facilities.
The best month for Mardi Himal Trek is from autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May). During this season, the weather is warm and sunny thus, one can see the outstanding view of Himalaya Ranges. Monsoon seasons starts from June to August, and the route will be affected by rain. During the winter months of December – February, there is plenty of snow on the ground so this offers an extra challenge
Mardi Himal Trek is 5-6 days short Trek. So, If you feel that you are strong enough physically and mentally to go on the trek, then you can go solo. You can go in a group if you need help and want someone to back you up. If you can afford a Guide then we recommend to taking one.
Accommodation and food Price in the teahouses on Mardi Himal is very reasonably priced.
If you are looking to explore a hidden gems in the less trekked destination then without any doubt Mardi Himal Trek is the one. Check out our design itinerary for Mardi Himal Trekking. For further queries sent us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.