Short Trekking Around PokharaShort Trekking Around Pokhara

Short Trekking Around Pokhara

    1. Explore the diverse landscapes of Nepal with short trekking from Pokhara
    2. Gateway to the Annapurna region with plenty of hiking trails near Pokhara
    3. Breathtaking views of the Himalayan foothills on easy to challenging treks
    4. LGBTQ+ friendly atmosphere for gay trekking and gay hiking from Pokhara
    5. Best time to visit Nepal for trekking in Nepal is from September to November and March to May
    6. Obtain a Nepal visa from the embassy, consulate or on arrival at the airport
    7. Accommodation in Pokhara ranging from budget-friendly options to luxury resorts
    8. Tour packages available including accommodation, transportation, and guided trekking
    9. Experience the local culture and traditions on your short trekking adventure in Nepal
    10. Unforgettable memories and unique travel experiences await you in Nepal

    Nepal is a land of diverse landscapes, from the highest mountain peaks to the lush green valleys, and the region around Pokhara is no exception. Pokhara, known as the gateway to the Annapurna region trekking, offers some of the best trekking and hiking experiences in Nepal, with plenty of short trekking options available for those who have limited time or prefer less strenuous hikes.

    Short trekking in Nepal is a popular activity among travelers, and trekking from Pokhara is a great way to explore the beautiful scenery nearby. There are many hiking trails near Pokhara, ranging from easy walks to more challenging treks, all with breathtaking views of the Himalayan foothills. Some popular short trekking routes from Pokhara include the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, the Dhampus Sarangkot trek, Khumai Danda Trek, Australian Camp trek, and the Ghandruk trek. We can Highlighs few Short Trekking from Pokhara as following : 

    • Dhampus Australian Camp Trek (2-3 days) 
    • Panchase Trek (3-4 days) 
    • Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek (4-5 days) 
    • Ghandruk Loop Trek (4-5 days) 
    • Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek (6-7 days) 
    • Mohare Danda Trek (6-7 days)
    • Khopra Danda Trek (9-10 days) 
    • Annapurna Base Camp Trek (7-8 days)
    • Khumai Danda Trek (4-5 days)

    Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or an adventure with friends, gay trekking from P[okhara or Gay hiking from Pokhara are always great options. The region offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere for LGBTQ+ trekkers, and there are many travel packages and accommodations that cater to the community.

    The best time to visit Nepal for trekking is from September to November, when the weather is clear and dry, and from March to May, when the rhododendrons are in bloom and the weather is mild. To visit Nepal, you will need a Nepal visa, which you can obtain from the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your country or on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.

    When it comes to accommodation in Nepal, there are plenty of options to suit different budgets and preferences. In Pokhara, you can find a range of gay friendly hotels and guesthouses, from budget-friendly options to luxury resorts. You can also find tour packages from Pink Mountain travels and Excursions, that include accommodation, transportation, and guided trekking, which can save you time and hassle.

    So, if you're looking for a short trekking adventure in Nepal, Pokhara is the perfect destination for you. Enjoy hiking nearby Pokhara, explore the scenic countryside, and experience the local culture and traditions. With so much to see and do, your trip to Nepal is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

    If you are intreseted to do 1 day trek in POkhara or 2 days trekking from Pokhara or 3 days trek from Pokhara please feel free to tell us. We assist to organize Panchase trek from Pokhara,Annapurna Base Camp Trekking from Pokhara or Poonhil Trekking from Pokhara. We can organize 4 days trekking from Pokhara, Pokhara to Pokhara ABC trekking, Abc trekking from Pokhara Etc.



    On the first day of your trek, you will drive from Pokhara to Hemja, a 30-minute ride. Hemja is the starting point of the trek, from where you will start walking through the woodlands, small villages, and terraced fields, enjoying the sights of the surrounding hills. The Hemja to Hile Kharka trek takes around 6 hours and is a relatively easy walk. Ghachowk, known as the best place to view the Himalayas, also lies on the way to Hile Kharka. So please don’t hesitate to slow down and enjoy the sights of Macchapuchre, Annapurna and Lamjung Himal from Ghachowk.

    The trek from Hile Kharka to Kumai Dada is like a jungle walk, as you will be walking mostly inside the forest. The trail is peaceful and a bit more challenging than the previous day's walk as the path gets narrower that too covered with the grassy hill. Despite a few challenges, the panoramic sights of Macchapuchre, Dhaulagiri and Annapurna will reward and welcome you at their best. Walking past the Samsur Deurali, you will finally arrive at Khumai Danda, which lies in the shadow of the gigantic Macchapuchre Himal.

    The major highlight of the trip, Korchan Danda, will undoubtedly surprise you with the astounding sights of sunrise and the Himalayas. Elevating at 3700m, the hill offers majestic views of Mardi, Annapurna, and Macchapuchre. You can spend some quality time far from the hustle, right into the lap of the Himalayas, before heading back to Pokhara.

    Explore the stunning natural beauty and cultural heritage of Nepal with a short trekking around Pokhara. Spend the first day exploring Pokhara and its famous Phewa Lake.

    On day two, drive to Nayapul and begin your trek to Tikhedhunga, passing through small villages and lush forests.

    The next day, trek to Ghorepani, which offers stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range and traditional Gurung villages.

    Wake up early on day four for a hike to Poon Hill and witness the stunning sunrise over the Annapurna mountain range. After breakfast, continue your trek to Tadapani.

    On day five, trek to Ghandruk, a traditional Gurung village that offers stunning mountain views and cultural experiences.

    On the final day, trek to Nayapul and drive back to Pokhara to spend the rest of the day exploring the city or relaxing by the lake.

    This itinerary note offers a glimpse into a popular short trekking adventure around Pokhara, which can be completed in six days. Other popular trekking options include Australian Camp, Dhampus, and Sarangkot. Nepal is a must-visit destination for trekking enthusiasts, offering stunning natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage.

    Here is an itinerary of best shortest Trekking around Pokhara, known as Khumai Danda Trek, 3 day trekking from Pokhara.

    Trip Map
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    Cost Details
    • Required Transportationn.
    • Required Permits.
    • Gay Trekking Guide from Pokhara.
    • Tea house accommodation on Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
    • International and local airfare to and from Pokhara.
    • Personal expenses.
    • Travel insurance.
    • Tipping to Guide and driver.
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