Ganesh Himal Base Camp Trek

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Trip Details

Start/End: Kathmandu to Kathmandu

Duration: 17 days

Difficulty: Medium to Hard

Maximum Elevation: 3,850 m (Pangsang La)

Best Time: October - November & March - April

Accommodation: Camping

Ganesh Himal is a sub-range of the Himalayas located in the north-central region of Nepal. The name of the range is after the Hindu God Ganesha, usually depicted in the form of an elephant. The Ganesh Himal Basecamp trek is one of the least explored treks of Nepal. This trek offers a great view of a range of peaks, Ganesh I, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, Ganesh IV, Mount Manaslu, Tibet range, Langtang, and Annapurna range. All these ranges of the Himalayas form a great Himalayan chain in the skyline.
The Ganesh Himal region is one of the ideal trekking areas located northwest of Kathmandu. The peaceful beauty of villages like Gatlang, Somang, or Sethun along the way, the magnificent views of Ganesh Himal, Langtang, or Manaslu, and camping in wild and unique places all add up to make this trek one of the most beautiful out camping treks suited for those who wish to keep away from major tourist areas. Along the trail to Ganesh Himal Basecamp, fascinating flora and fauna like Premolars, Orchids, barberries, and varieties of ferns add extra beauty to the extraordinary views surrounding us. We will also be able to explore Tamang and Gurung villages, where we encounter villagers from varied ethnicities whose traditions remain well preserved over the centuries. 

Trip Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, pick up at the airport and transfer to hotel

Day 02: City Sightseeing and Preparation for the trip

Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Syabrubensi (1,550 m / 5,085 ft)

Day 04: Trek Syabrubensi to Gatlang (2,337 m / 7,667 ft)

Day 05: Trek Gatlang to Somdang (3,271 m / 10,732 ft)

Day 06: Trek Somdang to Pangsang Phedi (3,842 m / 12,605 ft)

Day 07: Trek Pangsang Phedi to Marlung Kharka after crossing Pangsang La (3,850 m / 12,631 ft)

Day 08: Trek Marlung Kharka to Shertung (1,920 m / 6,299 ft)

Day 09: Trek Shertung to Neber (2,020 m / 6,627 ft)

Day 10: Trek Neber to Rachyat (1,780 m / 5,840 ft)

Day 11: Trek Rchyat to Magne Goth (2,800 m / 9,186 ft)

Day 12: Trek Magne Goth to Nauban Kharka (2,800 m / 9,186 ft)

Day 13: Trek Nauban Kharka to Lamo Dunga (2,200 m / 7,218 ft)

Day 14: Trek Lamo Dunga to Manbu (1,300 m / 4,265 ft)

Day 15: Trek Manbu to Soti Khola

Day 16: Drive back to Kathmandu

Day 17: Final departure, drop to International airport

Trip Info

Best Season

The best season for this trip is during the late autumn and spring. Late March to April offers the incredible opportunity to see the forests burst into colour as different rhododendron species bloom along the trail before getting to the Base Camp of Ganesh Himal. Autumn & spring season is the best time for Ganesh Himal climbing but Belmont Adventure can arrange the trip any time of the year as per preferences.


At the beginning of the trek, we will be staying at tea house lodges. Then as we ascend we will camp outside at different points of the trail. For the most part of the trail, we will be tent camping at beautiful spots. Local foods along the way are fresh and hygienic. You can also take dry foods and snacks. 


For Ganesh Himal, you will need a TIMS permit and National Park permits. National park permits are free for national citizens. Langtang National Park permit costs Nrs. 3390 for foreigners whereas Manaslu Conservation Area Permit costs NPR. 2000.

Highlights of Ganesh Himal Basecamp:

  • Breathtaking view of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Langtang, and more
  • Less crowded trek in a wild region yet close to Kathmandu
  • Walking past the Highlander at a height of 4100m
  • Warm-hearted hospitality of the local villages
  • Dense forests with a diverse range of flora and fauna
  • Religiously significant monasteries
  • Stunning waterfalls, rivers, and lakes
  • Tamang, Gatlang, Somang, and Sethun villages and their culture



Fixed Departure


  1. 3 star rated Hotel in Kathmandu with twin share room (BB plan)
  2. Meals and accomodation on the trek (Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners with hot drinks)
  3. Government licensed English and Hindi speaking local guide
  4. The required number of local staff and porters
  5. Ground transfers as appropriate for trekking itinerary
  6. Airfares as appropriate for internal flight transfer as part of trekking itinerary
  7. Appropriate trekking permits, fees and government taxes
  8. Medical kit (Necessary equipments for healthcare)
  9. Refundable Down jacket and Duffle bag for trekking


  1. International flight to/from Kathmandu
  2. Your own travel/trekking insurance
  3. Appropriate visa fees
  4. Soft and hard beverages on the trek
  5. Personal trekking equipment/gears
  6. Tip for trekking staff and driver
  7. Any other expenses which are not mentioned on the cost price included section.

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