Chiwong Monastery Mani Rimdu Trek

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Kathmandu
Cost per PorterUSD 200
Trek CostUSD 1375.00
  • Airport Pickup and Drop off
  • Porter Arrangements
  • Fluent English Speaking Trek Guide
  • Free cancellation if informed 30 days prior
Cancellation Policy
  • Duration13 Days
  • LanguageEnglish Nepali
  • Elevation

Tour Highlights

Begin an Enchanting Journey: Mani Rimdu Festival Trek to Chiwong Monastery: The 13-day Chiwong Monastery Mani Rimdu Trek takes you across the Himalayas' breathtaking views and colorful culture. This hiking journey focuses on the famed Chiwong Monastery and the sacred Mani Rimdu festival, giving g...

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Included & Excluded

    • Every land transfer, arrival, and departure according to the itinerary.
    • As per the itinerary, hotel accommodations with breakfast and bed for two people.
    • Meals three times a day (breakfast, lunch, and supper) at designated local lodges are provided during the trek.
    • On the journey, tea and coffee (in a cup) three times a day
    • A qualified, experienced English-speaking trekking guide with a valid license.
    • One porter is responsible for carrying up to 25 kg of gear for two trekkers.
    • All ground transportation is provided by private vehicle, jeep, or van, and the schedule includes guided city tours with an English-speaking guide.
    • Everything required for trekking and climbing, such as TIMS, insurance, National Park Entrance Fee,
    • Appropriate warm clothes, shoes, sunglasses, and daily wages for guide and porter.

Good To Know

Festival Dates: In accordance with the Buddhist lunar calendar, the Mani Rimdu Festival normally occurs in October or November during the fall season. Please note that the date may vary according to the Tibetan calendar, adding an element of unpredictability to this cultural jour...

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