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This Extreme Saribung Trekking and Peak Climbing is newly discovered trekking route in 2006. It is challenging and very popular trekking trail with beaten track and demanding pass. Saribung is situated in isolated part of Mustang region of Damodar Himal, close to the border of (Tibet). The trail is rugged, cutting high into cliff sides and passes villages that have changed little over the centuries. Saribung Trek can be done in anti-clockwise for which the trek start from Nar-Phu “a hidden valley” and then ascend to Saribung pass and enter in the Mustang " known as little Tibet in Nepal" and down to Jomsom or clockwise for which the trek start from Jomsom and follow Upper Mustang trail and descend to Nar-Phu valley and Besisahar to end.
For climbing Saribung peak, it is easy to do Expedition but there are many passes with ice and creases in between the Damodar Kunda region and Nar-Phu valley. The trek starts from one place to another with great sceneries, cultures, religion and geographical variations. And so trekkers can enjoy the fantastic and picturesque views of diversity in this region. Saribang trekking and expedition will start from one region and end another trekking region by enjoying scenery, religions, geographic elevation and will cross the challenging pass near Saribung Peak/6346m. The trekkers and climbers really enjoy its fantastic and pleasing views of Himalaya and beyond. During the trekking, trekkers meet different villages, monasteries, culture and religion of Tibetan style every day in Upper Mustang and Nar Phu area. The main important thing is spectacular mountain scenery, which will see from the top of Mt. Saribung.
Trek Grade: Strenuous
Peak Grade: Modurate
Trip Duration: 27 days
Trekking Days: 23 days
Climbing Period: 1 days
Maximum Altitude: 6387 m.
Trekking Mode: Camp
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: Restricted area permit ,Peak Permit issue, Team briefing in NTB and preparation day.
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara and transfer to Hotel
Day 04: Fly to Jomsom and trek to Kagbeni
Day 05: Trek to Chele
Day 06: Trek to Syanbochen
Day 07: Trek to Ghami
Day 08: Trek to Charang
Day 09: Trek to Lo-Mangthang
Day 10: Explore day at Lo-Mangthang on horse
Day 11: Trek Dhi Gaon
Day 12: Trek to Lury Gompa
Day 13: Trek to Ghuma Tanthi
Day 14: Trek to Namta Khola
Day 15: Trek to Saribung Base Camp(5240m.)
Day 16: Rest day/Acclimatization day at Saribung Base Camp
Day 17: Trek to Saribung Pass. (6,063m)
Day 18: Climb to the summit of Saribung Peak (6387m.), then return back to Base Camp
Day 19: Trek to Nogaru (4300m.)
Day 20: Trek to Phu (4100m.)
Day 21: Trek to Meta (3500m.)
Day 22: Trek to Koto
Day 23: Trek to Dharapani
Day 24: Trek to Bhulbhule
Day 25: Drive to kathmandu and transfer to Hotel
Day 26: Final shopping day in Kathmandu
Day 27: Final departure to your next destination.
• Completely camping trekking with full board i.e. breakfast, lunch and dinner.
• Twin sharing tented accommodation and camping equipments and Kitchen equipments ; Mattress, Toilet tent, shower, Dinning tent, dining tables, chairs etc.
• All required camping charges.
• Annapurna Conservation Area project (ACAP) entrance fees
• Special permit of Mustang and Naar-Phu
• Mt. Saribung climbing permit
• All necessary private transportations
• Airport pick up/drops on private vehicles
• All government taxes,VAT and official charges.
• 4 nights hotel in Kathmandu with bed & breakfast (twin sharing basis)
• 1 night hotel in Pokhara with bed & breakfast (twin sharing basis)
• Domestic Airfare (PKH-JOM) with airport tax
• Guide, climbing support sherpa, Assistant Guide, Cook, assistant cook and Porters
• Climbing support sherpa summit equipment
• All necessary climbing equipment (like, fixed rope, main rope, ice screw, snow bar etc)
• Accidental and medical Insurance of Nepalese staffs.
• International flight with airport tax.
• All personal insurance
• All Personal climbing and trekking equipments
• Nepalese Visa and Visa fees, Please Note: Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months and contain at least 2 blank pages.
• Additional expenses like bottled or canned drinks on the trek, tips and gratuities, expenses of a personal nature (ie: laundry or gift shopping) are not included, snack-energy food, changes to the pre-planned itinerary (such as early departure), and expenses while traveling away from the group or leader. Not included are unexpected expenses, such as expenses due to emergencies, rescues, weather, political situations, transport delays, etc.
• Tips for Nepalese staffs.
• Tipping Climbing Sherpas on our peak climbs: for a group Sherpa , who helps you to climb above the high camp or up to the summit and back down, expect to pay a summit-attempt bonus.