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Teri la Pass Trek23 Days

Minimum Participants 2 Pax
Mode of Travel Adventures
Accommodation tea house and lodge basis
Meals BB on cities and full board on trek
Transportation Private vehicle & flight

trip Overview

Teri La Pass Trek is the most challenging trek in the Mustang district of Nepal. This is the newly open popular route near the Annapurna Mustang region which follows the route of Nar Phu Valley Trekking. There are many alternative choices for the starting and ending point. Teri la pass trek is the adventurous and challenging place that’s why it needs a special permit and it is expensive in the comparison of others trek and the special permit will give only to those companies, whose companies are registered by the government Nepal. This trekking route area is almost covered by snow throughout the year that’s why September, October, April, May, and June are the best season.

Teri La Pass Trek follows a charming track along with the surrounding scenery of the Mustang region which was formerly restricted to outsiders. This hike will lead you to reach Lo-Manthang which is also the capital of  Mustang. This incredible newly opened trekking option is situated on the boundary of Tibet where you will get the chance to see very old villages, traditional palaces, culture, and Tibetan monasteries. This trek offers visitors, to explore and understand the long establishment of Tibetan Buddhist culture. This easy trekking option will let you walk enjoying the scenery, various ways of lives and traverse the challenging passes.

Short Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley.
Day 03: Drive to Chamje [1,410m] via Beshishar [823 m] [7 hrs drive].
Day 04: Trek to Dharapani [1,860 m] [6 hrs walk].
Day 05: Trek to Koto [2,600 m] [5 hrs walk].
Day 06: Trek to Meta [3,560 m] [6 hrs walk].
Day 07: Trek to Nar valley [4110 m] [4 hrs walk].
Day 08: Trek to Dharmasala [4460] [8 hrs walk].
Day 09: Trek to Lepchekhola [4800] [6 hrs walk].
Day 10: Trek to high camp [5100] [8 hrs walk].
Day 11: Trek to Teri la pass [5595 m] [2 hrs walk] and down to khampa khola [4 hrs walk].
Day 12: Trek to Riu [5 hrs walk].
Day 13: Trek to Tange [3240] [8 hrs walk].
Day 14: Trek to Yara[3900] [8 hrs walk].
Day 15: Yara to lomanthang[3810 m] [7 hrs walk].
Day 16: Trek from Lo manthang to Dhakmar [3,820 m] via Gar Gumpa [6-7 hrs walk].
Day 17: Trek from Dhakmar to Syanboche [3,800 m] [5-6 hrs walk].
Day 18: Trek from Syanboche to Chhusang [2980 m] [5-6 hrs walk].
Day 19: Trek from Chhusang to Muktinath [3,760 m] [5-6 hrs walk].
Day 20: Trek from Muktinath to Jomsom [2,800 m] [4-6 hrs walk].
Day 21: Fly back to Pokhara and overnight in hotel.
Day 22: Fly to Kathmandu and overnight stay at hotel.
Day 23: Final Departure.

Detail Itinerary

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Equipment List

  • Sun Hat
  • Worm hat (it mean worm one to protect your head from cold)
  • Head light
  • Sun Cream/lip guard
  • Sunglasses
  • Tooth pest/Brush/soap
  • Gloves
  • Down Jacket
  • Long sleeved shirt
  • Jumper/fleecy jacket
  • T-shirt
  • Long underwear
  • Wind breaker trouser
  • Towel
  • Wool socks
  • Cotton socks
  • Trekking boots
  • Sewing kits
  • Water bottle
  • Swiss knife
  • Extra batteries
  • Flip flops
  • Rain coat/ Umbrella
  • Rucksacks(For a Day)
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Medical & first aid kit
  • Trekking Crampon (If you are going to do a trek in winter then you need Crampon for your trekking.)

What's included?

  • All transportation and Arrival, Departure transfers as per the Itinerary.
  • Hotel accommodation with BB plan in city and Tea house or Camping in Trekking as per itinerary.
  • Full day guided tour of Kathmandu including private vehicle, Entry permits, and well experienced city guide.
  • All meals includes during trek (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea/Coffee).
  • Guide, porters and other support staff as per your requirement and out agreed price.
  • National Park Fees and all required permits.
  • General First-Aid Kits for all.
  • All taxes and fees required for the program.

What's not included?

  • Meals in the cities.
  • Personal expenses (Laundry, bar bills, water etc)
  • Travel Insurance (Essential).
  • Personal trekking gears not mentioned in the contract.
  • Tips for staffs.