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Lucie Grivel

Voyage au Népal du 3.9-17.9.17 Grâce à une amie, j'ai eu la chance de découvrir l'agence de trek "Action-Himalaya" dirigée par Sher Magar. En effet, mon envie de partir fut pressante et en à peine 2 mois, Sher m'a préparé le voyage que j'attendais. Mes désirs étaient assez clairs: visiter le Népal en faisant un trek d'environ 8-10 jours, traverser des régions peu-touristiques, afin de partir à la rencontre de l'authentique vie népalaise, sans se trouver sur une autoroute pédestre. Le 4.9, j'arrive à Katmandou accueillie comme une reine. J'ai le plaisir à ce moment là de rencontrer mon guide: Rajesh. Le lendemain déjà, nous partons en jeep pour rejoindre le début du trek low-Solokhumbu. En effet, mon souhait était de partir le plus rapidement possible sans vraiment visiter Katmandou. Pendant 9 jours, nous avons sillonné les Chemins de villages en villages, rencontré des personnes formidables. Les népalais sont d'une gentillesse, bienveillance et générosité incroyable. Parfois, presque nous mettant mal à l'aise. Au bout de 3 jours, après une soirée dansante dans un lodge avec les sherpas. Nous avons gravis le pikey-peak 4074 m! Un joli challenge pour moi qui déboulait sur une longue journée de marche. Tous les jours étaient différents, les chemins étaient parfois rocailleux, forestiers, montagneux, les paysages changeants, une meteo un peu capricieuse mais qui m'a quand même permis de profiter du spectacle himalayen. Les cultures sont très nombreuses et différentes dans la région visitée. Étant une amoureuse des animaux, j'ai été gâtée tout Au long du périple: yak, vache, jhoppa, mules, chèvres, moutons, chats, biches et même quelques chiens voulant se greffer à notre trek. Les journées de marche étaient plus ou moins longues entre 4-9h. Au total, nous avons parcouru près de 170km... d'un point de vue difficulté: je m'y suis bien trouvée, Avec quelques montées qui m'ont données du fil à retorde. Mais dans l'ensemble, Tout s'est très bien passé, Et finalement, j'étais aussi à la recherche de quelques difficultés afin de repousser les limites. Rajesh était un guide plus qu' à la hauteur de l'image qu'ont ses compatriotes. Il veillait au grain afin que je ne manque de rien. Il savait me laisser tranquille en marchant quand j'en avais besoin ou savait quand il fallait engager la discussion pour me motiver dans les moments plus rudes. J'ai eu un super Feeling Avec cet homme incroyable, Avec qui j'espère pouvoir garder contact. Coup de cœur du voyage : Kharikhola, village tant bien habité. En effet, les habitants m'ont accueillie comme s'ils me connaissaient depuis toujours. J'ai pu avoir de très intéressantes discussions sur les problèmes Et diverses avancées en cours. Leur hôpital, en collaboration avec une association suisse action-kharikhola m'a profondément touché par rapport au peu de moyen et à un tel décalage par rapport aux pays occidentaux. Ce village est un endroit où je m'y suis sentie vraiment bien. D'ailleurs , j'ai décidé de rester un jour de plus, ce qui fut possible grâce à une organisation hors-paire de Sher et Rajesh. De retour à Katmandou, j'ai pu visiter la Ville en présence de mon fidèle guide. Certes, peu de temps sur place, vu que j'avais écourté en restant plus longtemps à kharikhola. Pour ma part, c'était amplement suffisant, je ne suis pas très "Ville" Et ne me sens pas vraiment à ma place dans tout ce monde. C'est assise dans l'aéroport de Katmandou que je rédige ces quelques lignes, l'esprit nostalgique. En effet, ces 2 semaines ont filé d'une vitesse incroyable. Je peux dire qu'une chose: Le Népal va me revoir venir visiter ses merveilles de la nature. En remerciant Sher Et Rajesh qui m'ont concocté un voyage magnifique que je ne suis pas prête d'oublier. Lucie Grivel, Suisse Lucie Grivel Route de Blessens 31 1673 Promasens 079/759.20.49

Holger & Andrea

Manaslu Trek

LIXIN

ACTION HIMALAYA IS ONE OF THE BEST COMPANY IN NEPAL. SO LET JOIN FOR MAKE YOUR TRIP GREAT.

PATRICIA

HOSPITAL DE KHARIKHOLA-OCTOBER, 2016

NADIA

PHAPLU-KHARIKHOLA VISIT:OCTOBER, 2016. TLON LER VOYAGE AU NEPAL, DANS UNE AMBIANCE SIMPLE UN MODE DE VIE O LOPPOSE DE MA AIE, UN LETCU AUX VIAIES DE LEXISTENCE UNE DECCOVERTE DE MA PEISONNE. BECCALCAP BECCALCAP CL EMOTIONS DOES UN PEUPTMAGNIFIQUE, UN SOUVENIR INOUBLIABLE !! TLEICI A TAS ET EN PARTICULIER TOI SHER A TAKE TA FAMILE !

EMMANUEL/VALERIE/CELINE/STEPHANE/TCHMY

GOKYO PEAK TREK: OCTOBER, 2016. FOR OUR SECOND EXPERIENCES IN NEPAL, IT WAS ONCE MORE PERFECT. BEAUTIFUL VIEWS, MOUNTAINS AND SOUVENIRS. NICE VISIT OF KATHMANDU AND BAZAR. ALL PEOPLE ARE SO NICE. THANKS FOR THE GREAT EVENING WITH ALL YOUR FAMILY. AND THANKS TO ACTION HIMALAYA..

GEORGETTE AND WOLF

PHAPLU-GOKYO: OCTOBER, 2016 WITH RAM PRASAD AS GUIDE, TREKKING IS VERY NICE, WE VISITED MANY PLACES AND TALKED WITH MANY PEOPLE AND SEE SO BEAUTIFUL NATURE AND MOUNTAINS. IT WAS AGAIN A FANTASTIC EXPERIENCES TO STAY IN NEPAL AND EVERY THING WAS VERY WELL ORGANIZED BY ACTION HIMALAYA, THANK YOU SHER FOR THE HOSPITALITY AND CREATING SUCH WONDERFUL HOLIDAY FOR US.

EMMANUEL

UPPER MUSTANG: SEPTEMBER, 2016 AFTER VISIT AND WORK AT KHARIKHOLA HOSPITAL IN 2008 AD, LHASA-KATHMANDU IN BICYCLE IN 2012, I WENT TO UPPER MUSTANG FROM JOMSOM TO LO-MANTHANG IN BICYCLE. WELL ORGANIZED, AS USUAL BY ACTION HIMALAYA ADVENTURE. ALL WENT VERY WELL ! VERY NICE ADVENTURE WITH ALWAYS NICE WEALTH. THANK A LOT TO SHER, HIS FAMILY ANS HIS TEAM FOR THE GREAT JOB AND ORGANIZATION

Annapurna base camp trekking

Ghorepani-Poon Hill Trek is often considered as one of the well-known and most popular trekking itinerary in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It is a short trekking itinerary lasting for 9 days and during the period of this the trekkers will have the opportunity to explore more of the region of Annapurna. The maximum elevation you reach during Ghorepani-Poon Hill Trek is 3200 meters. The wonderful village of Ghorerpani and the view point of PoonHill are the major highlights of the 9-day long trekking itinerary. PoonHill also serves as observatory to view the beautiful and amazing landscapes of Mount Annapurna, Mount Dhaulagri, Fishtail Mountain, among other snow-clad mountains. The stunning sight of the mountains from PoonHill will be one of the memorable moments for the trekkers and the visiting tourists.

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Mount Makalu Expedition

Trip Overview

Mount Makalu is one of the interesting destinations for mountain expedition in Nepal and it is one of the popular and famous mountains in Nepal for expedition purpose. Makalu is the fifth tallest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8,463 meters and it lies close to the tallest mountain in the world, the Mount Everest. Literally, Makalu means the ‘greatness’ and ‘black one’ as it is highlighted with dark appearances. Being the fifth tallest mountain across the world, many trekkers and climbers, both domestic and foreign ones, visit here in the country and the Makalu Mountain for expedition purpose.

 

Though Mount Everest being the tallest mountain in the world attracts most of the attention of the tourists, Mount Makalu has been able to leave its mark among the adventure seekers. Mount Makalu is a difficult mountain for expedition as it requires prior mountaineering experience and hence it is not that suitable for the amateurs and the ones who are climbing mountains for the first time. Mount Makalu, which mainly has two important supplementary peaks, was climbed for the first time by a French team in 1955.

 

Makalu Expedition with Action Himalaya has been planned so as to last for 65 days and it happens to be one of the most difficult Mountains to climb in the entire world. Makalu Expedition begins with a flight to Tumlingtar from the the Capital city of Kathmandu. It is an inspiring peak for the climbers with the mass of the red stonework made up of four sided pyramid shape. Due to its peculiar and strange structure and features, Mount Makalu is called as a peculiar Mountain. Makalu is a highly challenging Mountain for expedition located 14 miles away from the east of Mount Everest. The minimum altitude you come across while Makalu Expedition is 3900 meters while the maximum is 8,463meter. The most appropriate season for the Makalu Expedition is spring and autumn.

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Days : 65Days

Day 01: Arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu (1,350m)
Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will be received by our representatives at the Airport. Our representative will transfer you to the hotel and will discuss about the further plans over there. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 02-03: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
For the next couple of days, you will be exploring the Kathmandu Valley visiting Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath, Durbar Squares and other cultural as well as traditional sites. You will also prepare for the expedition during the time, acquiring permission for the expedition from the government agency. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 04: Flight to Tumlingtar, drive to Chichila (1850m)
Tumlingtar is a village which is situated at the height of 400 meter above from the sea level. Tumlingtar is an initial place from where our trekking starts. We will take a flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar. From Tumlingtar, we will drive to Chichila (1850m) and we will be exploring the remaining days. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 05: Trek to Num (1,505m)
Chichila to Num covers about 1,505 meter. So, on this day we will wake up early in the morning and start our trekking. After having breakfast we will take a walk and will enjoy the trek. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 06: Trek to Seduwa (1,530m)
This is our 6th day of trekking and expedition trip. After having a breakfast early in the morning we will start our trekking to Seduwa (1,530m). Seduwa is actually an interesting place where you are going to enjoy the natural beauties of that area.

Day 07: Trek to Gaon (2,065m)
On the 7th day of trekking, we will move to Gaon (2,065m). Particularly on that day we have to walk a long distance from Seduwa to Gaon (2,065m). Overnight stay at a local guesthouse.

Day 08: Khongma (3,562m)

On the 8th day, we will be moving to Khongma (3,562m) from Gaon. We start early for the day as we cover almost 1500 meters on the day. It is going to be a long day’s trek needing almost 7-8 hours of trek. The trek will, however, be adventurous as the trail takes us to several amazing landscapes. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 09: Acclimatization day at Khongma
The ninth day of the itinerary is for acclimatization. We will be spending the day at Khongma, resting and acclimatizing to the conditions and the altitude. We can travel around the Khongma village and interact with the villagers and learn about their culture. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 10: Climb over the Shipton La and descend to Mumbuk (4,200m)
From Khongma we will climb Shipton La and from there we will descend to Mumbak (4,200m). In Mumbuk, we will take a walk which is considered as a tricky area to cross Shipton La. As we reach at Khongma we will take our breakfast. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 11: Trek to Yangri Kharka (3,610m)
For the trek to Yak Kharka (3,6100m), we have to move early in the morning which takes 6 hours. Before the sunrise you have to cross Dhampu Pass. The view of the entire Annapurna Range being touched by the sun with the valley resting below in the darkness gives amazing views. Overnight stay at guesthouse.

Day 12: Trek to Shershong (4,650m)
For the trek to Shershong (4,650m), we will move early in the morning taking a breakfast in Yangri Kharka which takes 5 to 6 hours walking from Yangri Kharka. After the few minutes walking an expert will discuss about the further plans.

Day 13: Trek to Makalu South East Base Camp
On the 13th day, we will move for the trek to Makalu South East Base Camp according to the planning. Trekking in Makalu South East Base Camp is difficult in nature yet you will enjoy this trekking. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 14: Makalu North Ridge BC (4,800m)
Day 14th is an essential day as we are going to see Makalu North Ridge Base Camp (4,800m) which is one of the focal point of our trip. The trekking to Makalu North Ridge Base Camp is considered to be unusual than the other trekking as trekkers to this area will be appreciated more than the others. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 15-17: Acclimatization at Base Camp.

After the trekking to Makalu North Ridge Base Camp (4,800m), day 15th to 17th are allocated for the acclimation at the Base Camp. This is very important part of the itinerary as the couple of day’s acclimatization will help us to get used to the conditions and prepare ourselves for the expedition that lies ahead. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 18 -50: Ascent of Makalu North East Ridge
The next 30 days, we will be ascending along the trail along with our expedition members who will guide you through the path. You will not have any problem as they are seasoned trekking and mountaineering guides and will provide you every trick that is needed for scaling the mighty mountain. During this time period, you will be staying at the tented camp. Upon reaching the top, you will have great views of the tall mountains and the amazing vicinity.

Day 51: Return to Base Camp
On day 51, after completing the ascent to the top of the Mount Makalu, you will return back to the Base Camp. You will be tired from the month long expedition and will be staying at the tented camp and get ready for the return trek that follows from the next day.

Day 52: Descend to Yak Kharka
The next day we start our return trip from the Base Camp after having breakfast in the morning. We will trek for few hours along the impressive trail and reach Yak Kharka in around 5-6 hours. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 53: Trek to Mumbuk
The destination for the 53rd day is Mumbuk, a small village in the region of Makalu. It will take five hours of trekking from Yak Kharka to reach there. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 54: Trek to Tashi Gaon
After taking breakfast we will explore Tashi Gaon by taking a short walk throughout the country side where you are provided an opportunity to view the fields of rice and millet. Tashi Gaon is suitable for talking a walk. Overnight stay at guest house.

Day 55: To Num
The day when we are done with exploring Tashi Gaon we will return to Num. As you have already seen Num, we can go thoroughly but in case if you have time and willing to explore more, definitely there is a high chance for the explorations. Overnight stay at a guest house.

Day 56: To Chichila
Trek from Num to Chichila is quite smooth and easy as the trail is now comfortable and downhill. We will enjoy the trail even though we are tired from the long trek and expedition. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 57: To Tumlingtar
The next day, we will reach Tumlingtar which is another beautiful town in the eastern region of Nepal. After reaching Tumlingtar, we will spend the rest of the night in a hotel.

Day 58: Back to Kathmandu
At last we are done with our Makalu expedition, and we take a flight back to Kathmandu from Tumlingtar. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 59: Rest in Kathmandu
It is worth to take a rest in Kathmandu for one more day so that the day when you depart from Kathmandu you do not feel dizziness and tiredness. In an evening time you can explore the remaining places of Kathmandu which will count as a plus point. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 60: Departure from Kathmandu, Farewell!!
The trip ends in Kathmandu on 60th day of the trekking package. At last you will be boarding a flight back to your country via the Tribhuvan International Airport.
 

Short Outline of Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02-03: Sightseeing and expedition preparation in Kathmandu 
Day 04: Flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar, drive to Chichila (1850m) 
Day 05: Trek to Num (1,505m) 
Day 06: Trek to Seduwa (1,530m) 
Day 07: Trek to Gaon (2,065m) 
Day 08: Khongma (3,562m) 
Day 09: Acclimatization day at Khongma (4,200m)
Day 10: Climb over the Shipton-La and descend to Mumbuk (4,200m)
Day 11: Trek to Yangri Kharka (3,610m)
Day 12: Trek to Shershong (4,650m)
Day 13: Trek to Makalu South East Base Camp
Day 14: Makalu North Ridge Base Camp (4,800m)
Day 15-17: Acclimatization at Base Camp
Day 18 -55: Ascent of Makalu Mountain
Day 56: Return to Base Camp
Day 57: Descend to Yak Kharka
Day 58: Trek to Mumbuk
Day 59: Trek to Tashi Gaon
Day 60: Trek to Num
Day 61: Trek to Chichila
Day 62: Trek to Tumlingtar
Day 63: Back to Kathmandu
Day 64: Rest day in Kathmandu
Day 65: Departure from Kathmandu
  

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