Tilicho Lake Trekking

Tilicho Lake Trekking

Annapurna region of Nepal trekking is popularly known as the most diversified trekking destination. Annapurna Circuit Trekking is the prime example to prove such statement. These days’ lots of the trekkers are attracted towards reaching world’s highest located lake during their circuit trekking. In order to fulfill massive interests of our valued clients we have meticulously designed the Annapurna Circuit Trekking. Tilicho Lake Trekking has been the additional side hiking trip during the trip. Majestically placed at height of 4920 m from sea level this lake was also the host of world’s high altitude Lake Scuba diving.

Tilicho Lake Trekking is similar to Annapurna Circuit Trekking until trekkers reach Manang Valley. The trip divides and heads to Tilicho Lake from Manang Village after acclimatization activities. Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Dharapani then walking towards tranquil Manang village is the first phase of trekking. There were fears of lodging before as trekking agencies had to take camping tents as well. However, lots of tea houses and lodges have been built between Manang Village and Tilicho Lake Bas Camp. Stroll around this highest lake of the world and descend towards Yak Kharka. This place is famous for its beautiful landscape. During season of spring the place looks vibrant and colorful. After Tilicho visit trekker returns. Crossing of amazing yet daunting Thorangla Pass (5416 m) appears magnificent lower Mustang region the abode of Muktinath a holy shrine. Stroll around this aesthetic place where you will find great religious harmony between Hinduism and Buddhism. Nunnery, memorials and chhortens are usual sight in the area. Trek along the Kaligandaki River until Tatopani via Jomsom, Marpha and Ghasa. Take a dip into natural hot water springs before again setting your foot uphill towards Ghorepani. From this place trekkers return to Nayapul and pick up the private vehicle provided by company to drive back Pokhara.

Book Tilicho Lake Trekking and experience all the detours of Annapurna Circuit trekking. The grandest and highest located lake of the world will definitely raise the spirit of wilderness adventure holiday inside your soul. These experiences can be even more spectacular if you trek with the crew members of Mountain Path Treks. 

Trip Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu airport(1350m.), Pick up then transfer to the Hotel

Day 2: Full day Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley, 5-6 hrs 

Trek start

Day 3: Kathmandu Besishahar (820 m. ) 5/ 6 hours by bus – same day walk to Bhulbhule (840 m.) 3 hours .

Day 4: Trek to Bahundanda (1310 m. ) 5 hours, gradual & steep up.

Day 5: Trek to Jagat (1300 m.) 5 hours, gradual ups & downs

Day 6: Trek to Tal village (1700 m.) 5 hours, gradual ups & downs.

Day 7: Trek to Danaqyu (2200 m.) 5 hours, gradual ups

Day 8: Trek to Chame (2710 m.) 5 hours, graduaul & steep ups.

Day 9: Trek to Pisang -5hrs (3250m.)- Gradual up & steep up

Day 10: Trek to Manang- 5hrs (3540m.)- Gradual up

Day 11: Trek to Manang -rest ( 3540m.)- Acclimatization & village walk

Day 12: Trek to Khangsar (3734m.)- steep ups & downs 5 hours.

Day 13: Trek to Tilicho Lake Base camp (4150 m.) 5/6 hours.

Day 14:  Trek to Tilicho lake Sight seeing trip around Tilicho Lake and back to Tilicho Base camp 5-6 hours.

Day 15: Trek to Kharka (3800 m.) steep ups & downs. 5 hours.

Day 16: Trek to Yakkharka -5hrs (4050m.)- Gradual up.

Day 17: Trek to Throng-Phedi - 5hrs(4450m.)- Gradual up.

Day 18: Trek to Muktinath- 7-8hrs (3800m.) Steep up to Throng-La (5416m.) then Steep down

Day 19: Trek to Marpha 5-6hrs (2670m.) steep down & gradual down

Day 20: Drive to Tatopani 4/5 hrs (1190m.)- Gradual down

Day 21: Trek to Ghorepani 7-8hrs (2855m.)-Steep up & Gradual up

Day 22: Trek to Nayapul then drive (car/ van/bus) to Pokhara 7hrs (850m.) Early morning Poon Hill, ups & downs Trek end

Trek End

Day 19 : Rest in pokhara (850m.)Sightseeing & extra activities.

Day 20: Drive / flight to kathmandu , fare well dinner in Nepali restaurant.

Day 21: Flight back to home or extra activities

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