Mohare Danda Trek
Mohare Danda (3,300m)
Autumn & Spring
- An exciting trail through rocky and cliffy mountains.
- Panoramic view of mountains including Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Nil Giri (7061 m), Annapurna south (7219 m), Himchuli (6441 m), and other peaks.
- Drive along the bank of Trishuli and Kali Gandi rivers.
- Encounter Magar Society and learn about their culture and tradition.
- Witness rare flora and fauna along the trek.
- Come across several villages including Baskharka, Nangi, and Tilkot.
- Trek along the trails of a clean, peaceful, and eco-friendly environment.
- Behold the glorious sunrise and snow-capped mountains.
Nepal is famous for trekking around the world. One of the best destinations in Nepal is Mohare danda. The Mohare Danda Trek trails is an eco-friendly destination with peace and a clean environment. Mohare Danda is pronounced as ( Moe-har-e) and Danda means “Ridge”. It is located between Annapurna and the Dhaulagiri mountain. It is 3300 m above sea level.
Travelers can observe a unique perspective of the stunning mountain view. Some of the snow-capped mountains are mount Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Tukunche (7219 m), Nil Giri (6441 m), Fishtail (6993 m), Kamjung Himal (6931 m), and Manaslu Himal (8156 m).
Trekkers also can discover the remote Nepalese lifestyle of Magar society. Poon Magar, Thapa Magar, Jugjali Magar, and Garbuja Magar are common residents. Picturesque villages with glorious sunrises and snow cliff mountains attract the trekkers. The abundance of pristine peaceful nature also makes trekkers happy to continue their journey. Remote area farming by the Mgar society is likely to be seen during the trip.
As the trekker finds their final destination, they will cover stunning mountain views and sunrise. clouds of the sky seem nearer as you can touch and feel them. Even trekkers can enjoy it by watching Pokhara valley with Phewa lake from Mohare Danda.
Short Explanation of the Trip
The Mohare Danda Trek is an excellent alternative to the Ghorepani Poon Hill trekking. Our trek starts from Beni. Passing through Bans Khaka, Nagi to Mohare Danda, varieties of trails of mountains, fresh rivers, and waterfalls can be observed.
Your journey starts to return as you reach Mohare danda. Now you will return from Mohare danda to Kharka by 3 hrs through trekking and 3 hrs through transport. traveling through Kharka danda to Tikot and Tiplyang, you will also point out local Magar society, culture, and customs.
- Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu
- Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara
- Day 03: Drive from Pokhara to Galeshwor and trek to Bans Kharka
- Day 04: Trek from Bans Kharka to Nangi
- Day 05:Trek from Nangi to Mohare Danda
- Day 06: Trek from Mohare Danda to Tikot Village (2,300 m)
- Day 07: Tikot Village to Tipling to Beni to Pokhara (820 m)
- Day 09: Drive to Kathmandu
- Day 10: Final Departure
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu
When you arrive in Kathmandu, our consultant will meet you at the Tribhuvan International Airport and drive you to your lodging. Our guide will give you a rundown of the package while you have plenty of time to unwind. You’ll be served to a fantastic Nepali supper in the evening.
Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara
Early in the morning, we’ll set out on our journey to Pokhara. It will take you 6-7 hours to get there on a tour bus. Mountains and emerald green scenery will capture you during the entire journey. Once you arrive in Pokhara, a vehicle will take you to your hotel close to Phewa Lake so you can take in the beautiful nighttime scenery of the lake and its surroundings.
Overnight in Pokhara.
Day 03: Drive from Pokhara to Galeshwor and trek to Bans Kharka
After breakfast, the trip begins with a 3–4 hour private car ride to Beni Galeshwor. Most of the time, you’ll drive through picturesque countryside and alongside the Kali Gandaki River’s bank before actually getting to Galeshwor for lunch. After lunch, you’ll continue traveling to Baskharka.
Use the route flow motor road from Galeshowr for 5 minutes before crossing the Kali Gandaki river suspension bridge. The routes then keep climbing till they arrive at Baskharka. You’ll pass a nice terrace farm with an orange garden on the way. You’ll stay in a community homestay in the rural community of Bans Kharka.
Overnight in Bans Kharka.
Day 04: Trek from Bans Kharka to Nangi
Start your journey by hiking to Dandakateri village, where you will eat lunch, after breakfast. Along the route, you’ll travel through lovely Rhododendron and pine woodlands, and on the other side, the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna peaks will astound you with their majesty. After lunch, the paths are simple with a few uphill and downhill parts until reaching Nangi village. At the village of Nangi, you will stay in a community lodge.
Overnight in Nangi.
Day 05:Trek from Nangi to Mohare Danda
On that day, the paths arrive at Mohare Danda, another well-known vantage point in the Annapurna range. Breakfast is consumed before setting off towards Mohare Dada. From Nangi to Hampal danda, the routes are increasingly difficult. With too many ups and downs and extra curves, they get simpler after Hampal danda.
Just above Nangi village, you can see the entire Annapurna range, as well as the closest views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Tukuche Peak, Nilgiri, 12 Summits, Annapurna South, Himchuli, Fishtail known as (Machhapuchhare), and other mountains.
As you go, the routes you take get more challenging; they pass through lovely rhododendron, an oak forest, and bamboo plants. Bring some food with you since there won’t be any along the way. A 7-hour hike brings you to the Mohare danda. Unwind in the communal area.
Overnight in Mohare Danda
Day 06: Trek from Mohare Danda to Tikot Village (2,300 m)
Discover the splendor of a magnificent pine and rhododendron forest as you travel to the lovely village of Tikot, where you will stay in a homestay.
Overnight in Tikot village.
Day 07: Tikot Village to Tipling to Beni to Pokhara (820 m)
After a three-hour downhill trek, you will be picked up and driven back to Pokhara, where you may rest and enjoy the lakeside city.
Overnight in Pokhara.
Day 09: Drive to Kathmandu
You will be traveling to Kathmandu on this day. You can go to Kathmandu based on your travel preferences. Driving takes 6 to 7 hours, and flying takes 25 minutes. Upon arriving, you can take pleasure in exploring Thamel’s streets or buy a keepsake to bring home or give to loved ones. There are many different activities available in Thamel.
Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 10: Final Departure
You will be taken to the airport in preparation for your departure. There are lots of beautiful spots to explore in addition to this tour. We cordially encourage you to return and be enchanted by delightful encounters.
What is included in Mohare Danda Trek
- Transfer to and from the airport
- Trekking Permits
- All land transportation
- Trekking route map.
- A well-equipped first aid box
- One government registered trekking guide and assistant (optional)
- One Porter
- Meals and accommodation as per the itinerary
- Confirm Booking
- Local Taxes
What is Excluded
- Extra personal expenses
- Tips to Porters
- Extra facilities
- Medical insurance
- Personal trekking gears
- Any additional activities besides the itinerary
It is very crucial to consider the weather before going to Mohare Danda. It could be difficult to go trekking in terrible weather. Thus, autumn and spring are the best seasons for trekking. During these seasons, the weather is nice and consistent, which frequently results in good visibility. The distant mountain ranges are clearly visible. On the other hand, due to weather factors including rain, strong winds, and hailstorms, summer and winter are not ideal times to go trekking.
Gear and Equipment
Planning a trek to Mohare Danda is a great way to get out of town and spend some time exploring. But when you’re on the trail, you’ll need more than just hiking boots. You’ll need gear, too. The following will help you get prepared by sharing a list of must-haves for the trek.
- Down Jacket
- Warn woolen socks
- Quality trekking boots with gripping sole
- Muffler/ scarf
- Warm trouser
- Trekking poles
- Sleeping bag
- Survival blankets
- Insect repellent, etc.
- Phone charger
- Power bank
- Headphone/ earphone, etc.
- Dry foods
- Trekking map
- Mineral water
- Prescribed medicines
- Water bottle, etc.