• Ganesh Himal Region
  • Ganesh Himal Region
  • Ganesh Himal Region
  • Ganesh Himal Region

The name Ganesh Himal has been derived from the name of the God of Good Fortune- Ganesh. The region holds the magnificent views of Ganesh Himal Range including Ganesh I, II, III, and IV.

Ganesh Himal Region

The name Ganesh Himal has been derived from the name of the God of Good Fortune- Ganesh. The region holds the magnificent views of Ganesh Himal Range including Ganesh I, II, III, and IV. Ganesh Himal trekking trekkers can do only camping and home stay trek. In this trek, along with beautiful panorama of Himalaya range, you will also explore Tamang settlements and pass through lakes, passes and more.

You will have a lot of trekking options in Ganesh Himal Region. The most popular one is Ganesh Himal Base Camp trek which is geographically wonderful and is culturally charming trek. The base camp is located in the central eastern region of Nepal and rewards you with the unforgettable views of Manaslu peak 29(7871m), Boudha (6672m), Himal Chuli (7893m), Ganesh Himal (7406m), Langtang (7300m), Annapurna (8091m), and more. Likewise, you will get an awesome chance to visit Kalo Seto Kunda which actually means Black and White Lake. The Black and White Lake holds holy worth. The Black Lake holds black stones while White Lake is filled with white stones. On the way, we will get to travel through several Borang, Tamang, and Shertum villages. Besides, you may also traverse Singla pass enjoying the unbelievable landscape and passing through large rocks and domes which is another fascinating part of trekking in Ganesh Himal Region.

Destination Unlimited Treks & Expeditions arranges trekking in Ganesh Himal Region which not just fascinates you with its natural splendor but presents a memorable experience of passing through charming Tamang and Gurung settlements. Also, you may get to spot different species of wild lives as the region holds All together, we could see 526 different species of plants, 300 types of birds and a lot of striking wild animals.

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