Panchase Hill Trekking
5 Days 4 Nights
Kathmandu Pokhara Panchase
2 Min. Pax
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
ACCOMODATIONLodge and Hotel
BEST TIMESpring Autumn
Panchase is also known as the hidden paradise. Punchase, which means Panch: Five Asan: the seat, is the meeting place of the five peaks covered with a lush green forest of diverse flora and fauna. Panchasse lies in the west of Pokhara city, about a day's hike away at an altitude of 2517m, from sea level. There are old, stone-stepped pilgrimage approaches upon which one can climb past the grassland and paddy field to the vastness of Panchase, from where the magnificent view of Annapurna massif is visible so close as if one could reach out and touch them. Therefore, trekking around Panchase is a delightful journey indeed.
Panchase Trek is one of the shortest treks around Pokhara away from the actual Annapurna trail but it is to rural- cultural off the beaten trek that offers an ideal way to discover natural beauty around Pokhara for those visitors on the visit, without missing an incredible view of Annapurna Himalayan range, Dhaulagiri Himal, Manaslu Himal, Ganesh Himal, and Machhapuchhre or Himal and experience the village life. For trekkers wanting an authentic Himalayan trekking experience with incredible without the time required for the long trek, the Panchase trek is perfect.
Major attractions of Panchase Trek
A mesmerizing view of peaks like Dhaulagiri, Ganesh Himal, Machhapuchhre Himal, Lamjung, and Manaslu Himal.
Best view of Annapurna range
Witness rural Nepali lifestyle, inhabited especially by Gurung and brahmin people
107 species of wild orchids, including 2 endemic ones, 5 species of Rhododendron
Best time to go for a Panchase trek
Treks in Nepal are usually done during the spring and autumn season, but the trek to Panchase is favorable during the wintertime of the year as it does not ascend too high. And the mountain views during December and January can be especially good around Pokhara
We'll arrive in Kathmandu and conduct some sightseeing, as well as some shopping if you need anything for the trip.
We will drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara, then to Kande, where we will begin our hike to Bhadaure, which will take approximately two to two and a half hours.
We will get up early today and travel for a short hike to Bhanjyang for sunrise, and then begin our today's trek to Ghatichhina, which will take 4 to 5 hours of walking to reach, and then drive back to Hallan Chowk, Lakeside, Pokhara.
After having our breakfast we will catch a bus and drive back to Kathmandu.
After having breakfast we will transfer you to International Airport for final departure
- First aid
- 3 meals during a trek, breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- Sharing twin/double bedrooms in 3-star hotels or tea house lodges
- Drive fare from Kathmandu to Pokhara and Kande by Jeep or bus
- Necessary insurance for a guide
- Accommodation, food, salary, equipment for your guide and porters
- All applicable tax, vat and office service charge
- All necessary trekking permits and governmental documents
- Local licensed friendly trekking guide if necessary
- Tips for guide and porters
- Laundry, phone calls, internet charges
- Bar drinks and beverages including mineral water
- Nepal tourist visa fees, Items and expenses of personal nature
- Personal trekking equipment
- Personal travel insurance expenses
- Fees and entrance during sightseeing in Kathmandu
- Flight not include
Trek to Panchase is one of the shortest treks of Nepal, however, it still can be extended with the availability of your time.
No special permit or TIMS card is required to go for a trek to Panchase. And according to the information office, if you go to Kande then the permit is needed as it is located inside the national park, otherwise, nobody checks for a permit to go up to Australian Base Camp.
Any time of the year is favourable to go for a Panchase trek but for a better experience, the Autumn and Spring seasons are more appropriate to travel.
The Panchase trek is not so difficult and is good for those who do not have much more experience in trekking.
Yes, there is the availability of wifi during Panchase Trek
You may choose according to your convenience, you may either bank transfer, credit card, western union or choose other options.
There are no banks or atm or money exchange to the higher points of the trek. If you want to carry extra cash for extra expenses then you can either withdraw or change from Kathmandu or Pokhara.
To book a trek, you can kindly either contact us directly or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.