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Nepal Spiritual Laughing 14 Day Trekking Program

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Duration
14 days
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The participants are picked from International airport at arrival then from hotel each other day

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What You'll Do
  • Laughing trekking is the tribute to the Laughing Buddha
  • Annapurna Base Camp
  • Laughing is sweeping the world and is a complete well being workout.
Overview
Laughing is the celebration of good and laughing is new therapeutic experimentation included with adventure activity. Nepal Spiritual laughing Trekking program is designed for stronger body and the stronger Soul.
What to Expect
Laughing Trekking is new idea for the celebration of good because "Laughing is the smile of the World". Laughing is the way of eliminating toxins from the body. Laughing is what makes life fun." If there was no laughing, human life would have been much boring.

Clinical research on Laughter conducted in a university in the United States has scientifically proven that Laughter lowers the level of stress hormones (epinephrine, cortical, etc) in the blood. It fosters a positive and hopeful attitude. It is less likely for a person to succumb to stress and feelings of depression and helplessness, if one is able to laugh away the troubles. It is sweeping the world and is a complete wellbeing workout.

Relying on humor, Jokes or Comedy we make you laugh in the mountains. In the laughter Trekking program we arrange guides and staffs who can make you laugh in your natural state. They will tell you refreshing jokes whenever you feel you like to laugh. When you take rest after few minute walk, then there starts group laughing to freshen you which will you help to be new. This trekking mostly we organize for group and you will be physiological and psychological benefitted. We will make you refreshed curing from tensions, anxieties ad worries by the unconditional laughter. Laughing without a reason is spiritual; it is an expression of one's hidden sources of energy

Our Laughing Trekking is the tribute to the Laughing Buddha (also known as Hotel in Japan or Pu-Tai in China) an actual wandering Chinese monk who lived at the time of the Liang Dynasty (907-923 AD). He is incorporated in Buddhist, Taoist and Shinto traditions. He is most often depicted with a large round tummy, laughing or smiling. He also sometimes carries a cloth sack which never empties. In this bag are sweets for children, food, precious items, rice plants etc. He is like a patron for the weak, poor and children and as well as giving it seems he takes away our woes and sadness. He symbolizes good luck, contentment and abundance. He also sometimes carries a wishing fan, granting people wishes.

Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrival in Kathmandu. Welcome dinner in the evening

Day 2:
Kathmandu Valley city tour in funny way. Most focus on erotic art and Tantra, hidden aspects of Buddhism in Kathmandu

Day 3: Kathmandu – Pokhara
Early morning private transport from Kathmandu to Pokhara. During the drive we will have stunning views of the mighty Himalaya massifs such as Manaslu, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri rising above 8000m,. Stay in Hotel or Yoga Retreat Center in Pokhara. (Day of Preparation for Yoga Trek)

Day 4: Pokhara - Naya Pull – Tikhedunga
We will start trekking from Naya Pull after a 1 hour drive from Pokhara in a private vehicle.

After a 15-min walk along the banks of the Modi Khola, we reach Birethanti (1.015 meters) a large village that has many shops and teahouses. The trail continues through the village then follows the north bank of the Bhurungdi Khola. From there, it climbs steadily along the side of the valley to Hille at 1495m. after the short climb, we reach Tikhedhunga at 1570 meters. Today`s walk offers a short and relatively easy day, which allows us to become accustomed to the experience of trekking in Nepal.

Day 5: Tikhedunga - Ghorepani
Leaving Tikhedunga, we begin our journey with a steep climb to Ulleri. Ulleri is a large Magar village at 2070 meters. The trail then continues to ascend more gently through forests of oak and rhododendrons towards Banthanti at 2.250 meters. Then we trek towards Nangethanti at 2460m. After another hour of walking we reach Ghorepani at 2.900 meters.

Day 6: Ghorepani (Poon Hill) - Tadapani
Today, at 4am, we start an hour trek to Poon Hill, elevation of 3210 meter, for a brilliant spectacle. This vantage point provides a superb view of sunrise over the Himalayas, including the Annapurnas, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhare.

At Poon Hill we will spend about an hour, and then return to Ghorepani where we take a hot breakfast at the hotel and continue our trek to Tadapani (2.600 meters).

Along the trail towards Tadapani, we climb along ridges and through pine and rhododendron forests. Our final destination for today, Tadapani, offers magnificent views of Machhapuchhare and Annapurna South.

Day 7: Tadapani – Chomrong / Sinwa or Bamboo
The trails drops from Tadapani through dense rhododendron forests to Chiule where a few lodges are located. A maze of small paths leads down through the terraced fields to a big suspension bridge over the Kimrong Khola. From the bridge, the trail climbs past the school and along terraces to the little village of Klisigo Chiukle. After a series of waterfalls, the trail climbs and contours along the terraces to join the main Ghandrung-Chomrong route, from where we make our way to Chomrong for the night.

Day 8: Sinwa / Chomrong - Himalayan Hotel
After a steep descend from Chomrong followed by a demanding climb to Sinuwa we continue through the forests passing small villages of Bamboo and Doban till we finally reach the Himalayan Hotel.

Day 9: Himalayan hotel - Macchapuchare Basecamp (3.700m)
From the few lodges at Himalaya Hotel (2850m) we climb further past Hinku Cave, where the first expeditions to the base camp used to overnight under the huge rock.

From here we will also have great views of Machhapuchhure (Fishtail) mountain (6997m) and you will understand why the translation of its name means fishtail mountain.

After crossing a ravine, the trail climbs among boulders, finally leaving the trees behind us. The valley broadens and the scenery becomes wilder as we approach the gates of the sanctuary.

Passing between Hiunchuli and Machhapuchhare, we reach Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3700m) at the entrance to the great amphitheatre, where we spend the night. The views and the panorama of Huinchuli, Annapurna 1, Annapurna 3, Gangapurna and Machhapuchhare are stupendous,

Day 10: Macchapuchhure Base Camp - Annapurna Base Camp (4130m)
After an early wake-up call we climb slightly for about 2 hours till we reach Annapurna Base Camp. The Base Camp is surrounded by the snowcapped peaks of Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna 1 and 3, Gangapurna and Machhapuchhhure (Fishtail) encircling us. Sunset and sunrise are magnificent in this mountain arena.

Day 11: Annapurna Base Camp – Sinuwa
From just above Annapurna base camp, overlooking the Annapurna South glacier, the panorama is breathtaking. Annapurna I rears above rubble covered glacier, while to the south Hiunchuli and Annapurna South loom in the background. Machhapuchhare is magnificent. Annapurna III can also be seen. For a view of Gangapurna you can climb the moraine with a few rock cairns to the south. Once you have soaked up the stunning views of the Annapurna range, breakfast is served in your lodge at the Annapurna Base Camp, and then we descend back to Sinuwa, passing Deurali, Himalayan Hotel, Doban and Bamboo.

Day 12: Sinuwa - Jhinu
When leaving Sinuwa the trail immediately drops steeply to the river from where we have to climb again till we reach Chomrong.

After lunch in Chomrong, we descend steeply to Jhinu Ghandrung (1950m) a large, prosperous Gurung village. After arrival, we have time to explore the maze of narrow alleyways separating the neat slate-roofed houses and watch the sunlight on Macchapuchhare, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli. It's also possible to visit the small but interesting Gurung Museum.

Day 13: Jhinu - Naya Pull - Pokhara
From Ghandrung we descend to Syauli Bazaar. From there it is a pleasant, easy walk following the river to Birethanti (1040m) where we cross the bridge. A short walk from the village brings us to the road at Naya Pull where we take transport for the 1,5 hour drive to Pokhara.

Day 14: Pokhara Retreat Center
Day of Complete Relaxation at the Retreat Center.
There are many possibilities for trekking in this region. Please let us know the number of days you have planned for trekking in order to make an itinerary according to your wishes.
What's Included
  • Airport pickup and transfer
  • All ground transportation
  • All accommodation in standard/ deluxe basis
  • All permits and entrance fees as required
  • Welcome dinner/ farewell dinner etc
  • professional guides and porters as required
What's Not Included
  • Round-trip airfare to/from Kathmandu
  • Expenses of a personal nature during trekking
  • Mineral water/beer (Regular drinking water will be included)
  • Tips for trekking guide and other staff
  • Bottle mineral water and drinks (beer and wine)
  • Travel insurance
  • Medical evacuation in case of emergency
  • Personal spending money
  • Personal gear and clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips, any expenses of a personal nature
  • Expenses incurred due to mishaps, landslide, strikes, political unrest, etc. In such cases there may be an extra charge
Know Before You Go
We can design programs of your own based on your time, age, interest, budget and other things. Nepal Spiritual Laughing Trek and tour program can be done in other parts of the country with different itineraries.

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