Travers Nepal

Mardi Himal Trek

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Best Price
Duration
11 days
Max. Elevation
3700m
Group size
2 min
Level
EASY
Transportation
All ground transportation as per itinerary
Best Season
February, March, April, May, August, September, October, November, & December.
Accomodation
3*** Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara, and Tea House/Lodge during the trek
Meals
Breakfast whilst in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during the trek.
Starts at
Kathmandu
Ends at
Kathmandu
Trip Route
Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kande-Pitam Deurali-Forest Camp-Low Camp-Badal Danda-High Camp-Sidding Village-Pokhara-Kathmandu

Highlights

  • City Tour Guide guided Kathmandu City sightseeing
  • UNESCO World Heritage sites exploration
  • Magar and Gurung Cultural Exploration
  • Sub-tropical and Alpine lifestyle and nature exploration
  • Glorious Moments of the Himalayan Journey
  • Great enjoyment and exploration of Pokhara, etc.

Overview

Mardi Himal Trek is the best short trek in Nepal. It is also known as way to reach the base camp of Mardi Himal, a short and slightly challenging, equally popular trekking in Nepal for the breathtaking mountain views and incredible trekking experience. Within a few days, this trek offers a memorable travel experience full of joy, entertainment, excitement, and most of all a true Himalayan Mountain exploration.


Mardi Himal Trek is the best choice for Nepalese travelers and trekkers as well. From the start of Trekking to Mardi Himal, Mardi Trekking has been an attraction for numerous trekkers, both Nepalese and foreigners. Either in natural and cultural aspects or terms of the Adventurous experience, This Trekking surpasses your every expectation. From the beginning of this trek, the nomads can expect a truly natural experience with a cultural blend. It begins with walking through the green lush alpine forest full of junipers, pines, oaks, rhododendrons, and wildflowers. Furthermore, every step of your hike through the ridge line offers splendid views and chameleonic landscapes; the sight to the down offers a beautiful green valley, and the rise of the heads catches an astounding mountain scenery.


Lesser known/popular trekking in Nepal compared to the classic Everest Trekking or Annapurna Trekking, but still, Mardi trek ranks high for its outstanding aspects. Even in a short period, Mardi rewards a full package of thrill, excitement, wilderness, rugged and rough trails, a long range of the mountains of the Mid Himalayas each standing and rising high to dominate the sky, and all those with the cultural mix-up. More about the Mardi Himal Trek, it still comes on the top list for every traveler visiting Nepal for a short period looking for perfect Himalayan trekking. Even the wanderers go for long trekking such as Annapurna Trek or Everest Trek balance Mardi trek for their preparation and pre-trek activities.


What Makes the Mardi Himal Trek Special in 2024/2025?

The Mardi Himal Trek is a hidden gem in the Annapurna region, offering trekkers a less crowded and more serene trekking experience. This trek provides an incredible opportunity to explore the pristine landscapes, dense forests, high alpine meadows, and stunning views of the Mardi Himal and Machapuchare (Fishtail) peaks. The Mardi Himal Trek is ideal for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path adventure with breathtaking mountain views and a rich cultural experience.


Annapurna Conservation Area

Established in 1986, the Annapurna Conservation Area covers 7,629 sq km and is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna. Trekking through this protected area allows trekkers to appreciate the biodiversity and conservation efforts in the region.


Altitude Considerations

The Mardi Himal Trek varies in altitude, starting from about 1,770 meters (5,807 feet) in Kande to a high point of 4,500 meters (14,764 feet) at Mardi Himal Base Camp. The gradual ascent allows for proper acclimatization, making this trek suitable for trekkers with moderate experience.


Altitude Sickness

While the trek reaches a maximum altitude of 4,500 meters, the risk of altitude sickness is a concern. To mitigate altitude sickness:

A) Acclimatize properly with gradual ascent and adequate rest days

B) Stay hydrated and avoid alcohol

C) Be aware of symptoms and descend immediately if they worsen

D) Proper preparation and awareness ensure a safe and enjoyable trek


Trek Safety

Ensuring safety on the Mardi Himal Trek is crucial. Key safety measures include:

A) Hiring experienced guides and porters for security and local knowledge

B) Carrying a well-equipped first aid kit

C) Having comprehensive travel insurance that covers high-altitude trekking and emergency evacuations

D) Staying hydrated and following a proper acclimatization schedule

E) Monitoring health symptoms and descending if they worsen


Trek Preparation

Proper preparation is essential for a successful trek. Important steps include:

A) Engaging in regular cardio and strength training exercises

B) Undertaking shorter hikes to familiarize yourself with altitude trekking

C) Packing the right gear, including layered clothing, sturdy boots, and trekking poles

D) Acquiring necessary permits (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit and TIMS card)

E) Arranging comprehensive travel insurance


Getting to Kande

The trek starts from Kande, accessible by a short drive from Pokhara. Public buses and private vehicles offer scenic views of the surrounding landscapes and terraced fields.


Visa and Permits for Mardi Himal Trek

A) Visa Requirements: Obtain a visa upon arrival at Kathmandu airport or from a Nepali embassy

B) Entry Permits: Trekkers must have a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card and an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit


Physical Fitness and Preparation

A) Fitness Level: Moderate fitness required; training with hikes and cardio is recommended

B) Altitude Sickness: Acclimatization days and gradual ascent help prevent altitude sickness


Conclusion

The Mardi Himal Trek is a culturally rich and moderately challenging trek that offers stunning natural beauty and a rewarding experience. Proper preparation, understanding the weather and altitude challenges, and packing the right gear are essential for a successful trek. Travers Nepal looks forward to hosting your unforgettable adventure on the Mardi Himal Trek in 2024/2025.




Important Note

Food and Accommodation in Mardi Himal Trek

Food and Accommodation comes always in high concern during trekking or any tour or traveling. The First things making a holiday incredible are food and accommodation service. During the stay at Kathmandu and Pokhara, we maintain the tourist standard/ 3-star hotel accommodation in twin sharing basic and that includes breakfast. While both food and accommodation during the trekking are provided in a local teahouse or guest house. Despite the sound low facilitates but they maintain high quality and the best available services.


All accommodation is subject to Twin sharing basic and only Breakfast is included in the packages. While every guest house or teahouse offers all meals especially, Dal Bhat, Roti, Spaghetti, Pastas, bread, and butter, Noodles, Paratha, chicken items, omelets, and much healthier hygienic, and delicious national and international foods.


Best Season for Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Trekking can be attempted at any season, but we recommend completing it during the autumn or summer season. Those two seasons have a very low/ nominal chance of rain and snowfall and the route will be dry and stable. Even those seasons are very clear, and the scenery will be very clean all day and night. Autumn is one of the most followed times of the year for trekking in Nepal while summer is equally popular for rhododendron flowers. They bloom and change the whole scenery during summer.  All the seasons are a great way to reach the base camp of the Mardi Himal. 


Trip Itinerary

Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, the representative of Travers Nepal will welcome you and take you to the hotel as per the itinerary. After refreshing and resting, you may also visit the Office of Travers Nepal. The Trekking Guide and/or the Travers Nepal's Official will visit you for the remaining processes and formalities before the trip begins. You may ask related questions and queries to the official Guides as well.

  • Airport Pick-Up in a Private Vehicle
  • Accommodation: - 3 Star Hotel in Thamel, Kathmandu on Twin Sharing Basis
  • Meals: - Breakfast Included
  • Meetup with Guide


Max. altitude

1400m

Accomodation

3-star Hotel

Meals

Breakfast

After Breakfast, the City Tour Guide will visit your Hotel with Private Vehicle for Kathmandu City Tour. The Tour will be done with other crew members (No needs to join other for Private trips). Out of the seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, we explore four sites. You may visit other sites also with applicable charges.

Sites Visit: -

  • Swayambhunath Mahachaitya
  • Pasupatinath Temple
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and
  • Boudhanath Stupa 

For more information about Kathmandu Sightseeing, visit the Link. Kathmandu City Tour 

  • Transportation: - Private Vehicle
  • Meals: - Breakfast Included
  • Accommodation: - 3 Star Hotel Accommodation on Twin Sharing Basis at Thamel Kathmandu
  • City Tour: - Registered/ Licensed English-speaking experienced City Tour Guide.




Max. altitude

1400m

Accomodation

3-star Hotel

Meals

Breakfast

We reach the Tourist Bus Station near Thamel early in the morning to travel to Pokhara. Breakfast and lunch are taken on the way. Restaurants are as per the rules of the Tourist Bus.

The Kathmandu to Pokhara travel will be your first experience enjoying the geographic diversity of Nepal. The green hills and landscapes, Trisuli River and Marsyandi River, Far-seen Mountain views, and many more attractions make this journey perfect. Some parts of the road may be in development and reconstruction; road conditions may not be good.

  • Transportation: - Tourist Bus, 6-8 Hours Travel
  • Meals: - Breakfast Included
  • Accommodation: - 3 Star Hotel Accommodation on twin Sharing Basis at Pokhara

Max. altitude

820m

Accomodation

3-star Hotel

Meals

Breakfast

After Breakfast in Pokhara, we take a short ride to Kande for our exclusive Trek. Kande is a small Village settlement at an altitude of 1,770m and is pretty good for rest before starting the hike.

Within an hour of normal trekking, we approach Australian Base Camp at an elevation of 1,890m. Australian Base Camp is one of the best attractions of the Mardi Himal Trek and is popular for beautiful sunrise views and panoramic landscapes. Many tourists visit this place for recreation and retreat. Its High-standing mountains of the Annapurna Range are also visible from this hill station.

Afterwhile, we continue to trek till Deurali where we spend the night and take our Dinner.

  • Transportation: - Jeep/ Four Wheel Vehicle, 1- 1.5 Hours Travel
  • Walking: - 3-4 Hours of Average Walking
  • Max altitude: - 2,125m (Pitham Deurali)
  • Meals: - Breakfast at Pokhara, lunch on the way, and Dinner at Deurali included
  • Overnight: - Tourist Guesthouse at Pitham Deurali on twin sharing basis

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Max. altitude

2125m

Accomodation

Tea House

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

We continue our trekking after the morning meal in Deurali. The 2nd day of our exclusive trekking will be more exciting with the gradual uphill ascends through the dense sub-tropical forest full of wildflowers, lush Rhododendron trees, and oaks. After a hike of around 3-4 hours, we reach the beautiful settlement, Forest Camp, and take our lunch. Its located at an elevation of 2900m in the middle of the forest. This Settlement is so recreating and retreating as well. After a rest for a while, we continue to trek through the dense subtropical forest. From here we begin to get closer views of Mt. Machhapuchhre and other sky-dominating mountains and peaks of the Annapurna Range.

This segment of trekking will be more exciting if you're lucky to witness wild animals like Himalayan Thar, Langurs, Musk Deer, wild boar, and many more.

The 3-4 hours of hike from Forest Camp bring us to Low Camp where is spend a while and take dinner. Low Camp has a great view of Mt. Machhapuchhre and presents a great picturesque landscape as well.

  • Walking: - 5-6 hours of Average walking
  • Max Altitude: - 3,150m (Low Camp)
  • Meals: - Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner accordingly
  • Overnight: - Tourist Guest House at Low Camp on Twin Sharing Basis

Max. altitude

3150m

Accomodation

Tea House

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

After Breakfast, we join the Mardi Himal Trekking route from Low camp and ascent the uphill segment through the Alpine Forest. Gradually, the dense forest becomes thin. We cross the Middle Camp and a few more gradual ascend take ups to the Badal Danda, Ridge rising above the clouds.

Settlement at the elevation of around 3400-3500m, Badal Danda is like coming out of the room on the Balcony, the whole surroundings are open. We take our lunch here and continue to trek. The Route from here goes through the ridge line joining the Mardi Himal. With open surroundings and a few bushes, you have great mountain views and awesome panoramas of the Annapurna Range. Every step brings us closer to Mt. Machhapuchhre. The iconic looks and shape of Mt. Machhapuchhre begin to appear. You get an awesome view of Mt. Machhapuchhre from top to bottom. On the left, you have great views of several peaks of the Annapurna range and at the right, the Mighty Mt. Machhapuchhre is mouthwatering, in short, the whole Annapurna Massif appears forward. While the back side shows the beautiful landscapes of the basin.

After a couple of hours of walking, we reach High Camp, 3700m, where we spend the night. Don't forget to admire the magical colors of Mt. Machhapuchhre reflecting in the dusk.

  • Walking: - 4-5 hours of Average walking
  • Max Altitude: - 3700m (Mardi Himal High Camp)
  • Meals: - Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner accordingly
  • Overnight: - Tourist Guesthouse at High Camp on twin Sharing Basis

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Max. altitude

3700m

Accomodation

Tea House

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

Early in the morning before dawn, we grab our breakfast and begin to hike toward the Mardi Viewpoint. The Mardi Viewpoint shows an awesome glimpse during the dawn, Mt. Machhapuchhre will have a magical color reflection when the sun rises behind the gigantic mountain, likewise, the first sunlight hitting the mountains and peaks of Annapurna Range equally shines as crystal or diamond.

After a while in Mardi Viewpoint, we continue to gradually ascend and reach Mardi Himal Base Camp. It takes another around 2 hours to reach Mardi Base Camp from Mardi Viewpoint.

Mardi Himal Base Camp with an elevation of 4,500m will give the most closeup look of Mt. Mardi. Imagine, you are at the elevation of 4,500m and admiring the 5,587m tall peak from very close, it's incredibly awesome!

Along with Mardi Himal, you have a very close view of many other snowcapped peaks from the Annapurna Range such as Hiuchuli (6,441 m), Annapurna south (7,219 m), and Mt. Machapuchare (6,993 m). With a joyful moment, excitement, enjoyment, and snow play, we return full of memories and an energize and self-motivated experience. It will be a glorious memory and always like a fairytale to share with anyone. Remember to leave only footprints behind, let's allow others as well to feel this glorious moment.

We return to High Camp and take our lunch after backpacking, we descend to Low Camp passing the Badal Danda, and mid-Camp. We can also take a short tea break at Low camp before taking a route towards Siding. The continuous descent till siding may be a little difficult but, a regular and even pace helps in passing easily.

Siding, a small countryside settlement, is a typical village with helpful and so-nice people. We spend a night here and take rest more because it's a long walk almost 8-9 hours per day.

  • Walking: - 8-9 Hours of Average walking
  • Max- Min altitude: - 4,500m- 1,800m
  • Meals: - Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner accordingly
  • Overnight: - Tourist Guest House at Siding on Twin Sharing Basis

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Max. altitude

4500m

Accomodation

Tea House

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

After Breakfast, we start to go down passing through Kalimati and Ghelel Village till Lumre approaches. We take lunch at Lumre before going for a Jeep/ Four-wheel ride to Pokhara.

  • Walking: - 3 Hours of average walking
  • Meals: - Breakfast and Lunch accordingly
  • Transportation: -Car/Jeep 
  • Accommodation: - 3 Star Tourist Standard Hotel at Pokhara on Twin Sharing Basis.

Max. altitude

820m

Accomodation

Tea House

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

We have enough memories, joy, and exciting-thrilling adventures from Mardi Trekking, now it’s time to enjoy a great variation of Natural Nepal. We visit lakes, caves, hill stations, heritages and monuments, and temples.

Pokhara is a beautiful city located in the basin of the Himalayas and high hills. It's a popular destination in Nepal for tourists with Nepalese/ Domestic or foreigners. Pokhara is also famous as the tourism capital of Nepal and is the biggest tourist hub as well. We explore the city accordingly in a private vehicle.

Pokhara Sightseeing: -

  • Devi’s Falls
  • Mahendra Cave
  • Phewa lake and Boating
  • World Peace Pagoda
  • and the beautiful streets of Pokhara

And;

  • Meals: - Breakfast
  • Transportation: -Car/Van
  • Accommodation: - 3 Star Tourist Standard Hotel at Pokhara on Twin Sharing Basis.

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Max. altitude

820m

Accomodation

3-star Hotel

Meals

Breakfast

After breakfast in the hotel, we reach the Pokhara Tourist Bus stand and return to Kathmandu.

  • Meals: - Breakfast
  • Transportation: - Tourist Bus (Flight Optional)
  • Accommodation: - 3 Star Tourist Standard Hotel at Kathmandu on Twin Sharing Basis.

Max. altitude

1400m

Accomodation

3-star Hotel

Meals

Breakfast

For the departure date, our representative with Private Vehicle will pick you up from the hotel and drop to Airport. 

  • Meals: - Breakfast 
  • Transportation: -Car/VAN

Max. altitude

1400m

Accomodation

None

Meals

Breakfast
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Includes

  • All transportation services as per itinerary 
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu for 3 nights at three-star Hotel with breakfast
  • Accommodation in Pokhara for 3 nights at three-star Hotel with breakfast
  • Welcome Dinner 
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu on World Heritage Side with Tour Guide and private vehicle
  • All Meals ( Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek
  • Tea House accommodation during the trek
  • All required documents for Annapurna Conservation Area including TIMS card and Permit
  • English-speaking Trekking Guide 
  • Porter to Carry your bag ( One porter will carry the bag of two people) 
  • All Taxes and VAT
  • All governmental procedure

Doesn't Include

  • Your Travel Insurance and Travel document
  • Your Nepal Visa
  • Monument and Sightseeing fees
  • Personal items such as Drinks (Alcoholic & Non-Alcoholic), Laundry, Wi-Fi, and Devices Charging 
  • Lunch & Dinner whilst in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Tipping for Trekking crews 
  • Other items which are not mentioned in the inclusive section 

Lifetime Experience!

I recently travelled to Nepal and trekked around annapurna region encompassing the beautiful Thorang-La at 5412m. It was my first time to Nepal and i was solo traveller. I had my reservation about this once realising it would just be me and a guide. On arriving Nepal, i was introduce with guide on a first day. Travers Nepal managed everything from airport pick up, guide manage, accommodation manage to airport departure. At end of each night we (Me and guide) would have a chat and discuss how was doing and what would be happening the next day. I found this company is managing very well and cannot recommend highly enough.

David
United Kingdom

Mardi Himal Trekking in Nepal

My Mardi Himal Trek with Travers Nepal, guided by Nitesh, exceeded all expectations and left me truly mesmerized by the beauty of the Himalayas. Nitesh's expertise was evident from the outset as he navigated us through pristine forests, terraced fields, and rugged terrain with ease. The trek to Mardi Himal offered unparalleled vistas of the Annapurna and Machapuchare peaks, and Nitesh's insights into the local culture, traditions, and wildlife enriched the journey. His friendly and accommodating nature fostered a sense of camaraderie within the group, creating a warm and enjoyable atmosphere throughout. Travers Nepal's organization was impeccable, from comfortable lodges to delicious meals that catered to various dietary preferences. Nitesh's attention to our safety and well-being was unwavering, ensuring a worry-free adventure. Overall, the Mardi Himal Trek with Travers Nepal and Nitesh was a transformative experience that allowed me to immerse myself in the natural beauty of Nepal while learning about its rich culture. I would highly recommend this trek and Nitesh as a guide to anyone seeking an unforgettable Himalayan adventure.

David Singh
India
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Equipment List

  1. Backpack: A comfortable and sturdy backpack with a capacity of 30-40 liters to carry your belongings.
  2. Trekking Boots: High-quality, waterproof, and well-fitting trekking boots with ankle support.
  3. Trekking Poles: Lightweight and adjustable trekking poles to aid in balance and reduce strain on your knees.
  4. Clothing: 
      • Moisture-wicking T-shirts
      • Long-sleeved shirts (for sun protection)
      • Fleece or down jacket (for warmth)
      • Waterproof and windproof jacket
      • Waterproof and breathable trekking pants
      • Thermal underwear or base layers
      • Fleece or insulated pants (for colder months)
      • Sun hat and warm beanie
  5. Socks: Several pairs of moisture-wicking and comfortable trekking socks.
  6. Gloves: Lightweight gloves for lower altitudes and warm, insulated gloves for higher altitudes.
  7. Sleeping Bag: A warm and compact sleeping bag suitable for the expected temperatures during the trek.
  8. Sleeping Pad/Mattress: A comfortable and insulating pad to place under your sleeping bag.
  9. Sunglasses: UV-protected sunglasses to shield your eyes from the strong sunlight at higher altitudes.
  10. Headlamp or Torch: A reliable headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries for evening use and early morning hikes.
  11. Water Bottles: At least two reusable water bottles with a combined capacity of at least 2 liters.
  12. Water Purification: Water purification tablets or a water filter to treat water from natural sources.
  13. Toiletries: 
      • Travel-sized toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap, etc.)
      • Quick-drying towel
      • Wet wipes or hand sanitizer
    • First Aid Kit: A basic first aid kit containing essentials like bandages, adhesive tape, antiseptic cream, painkillers, etc.
    • Sunscreen and Lip Balm: High SPF sunscreen and lip balm with UV protection.
    • Camera and Batteries: If you enjoy photography, don't forget your camera and extra batteries.
    • Personal Identification: Passport, visa, trekking permits, and some extra passport-sized photos.
    • Cash: Bring Nepalese Rupees for expenses along the way, as there might not be ATMs in some remote areas.
    • Trekking Map and Guidebook: A detailed map and a guidebook to help you navigate the trail.
    • Snacks and Energy Bars: Some lightweight snacks to keep your energy up during the trek.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Autumn and Summer are the best seasons for trekking in Nepal. Likewise, Autumn and Summer are the best seasons for Mardi Himal Trek. It's short trekking, thus trekkers can attempt at any season.


    Mardi Himal Trek is a Beginner's level trekking. Nomads with physical fitness and good health condition can do this trekking. So yes, Children or senior citizens who can walk ups and downs for around 5-6 hours a day can easily pass this trekking. The recommended age limit is 12-75 years.


    Mardi Himal Trek is one moderate or beginner's level trekking. The routes are likely wider and maintained as well. Certain tracks are sloppy uprising, but the stairs will make it moderate. After the ascends the track goes through the ridgeline that is easy to pass.

    The Mardi Trek will be slightly hard after the High Camp till the base camp during the snowfall. Otherwise, anyone with walking habits and breathing fitness can complete this trek without any difficulties.

    Talking about the difficulties of the Mardi Himal Trek, possibly there will be no such hardeners in general. Despite Mardi being a moderate trek, it pins the elevation of up to 4550 Meters and that may cause altitude sickness during the high camp to Mardi Base Camp hike. Some trekkers have also suffered from diarrhea and food poisoning due to unhealthy drinking and food habits. We suggest drinking healthy and processed water and eating well-cooked foods and avoiding any packed or junk food; it's better to avoid such things rather than taking risk of ruining the whole journey. So, Altitude sickness, food poisoning, Diarrhea, and muscle turning are some risks or challenges of the Mardi Himal Trek, and we suggest taking proper rest and breaks during the hike and making good food and drink habits.

    Mardi Himal Trek is safe, secure, and best for solo travelers or couples. Not only Mardi Trekking, but almost every trekking is safe for women, teenagers, and solo 

    or a couple of travelers. But still maintaining proper distance and communicating with locals and other travelers is best to avoid any route confusion. 

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