Rolwaling valley is between the over-popular Langtang Region of Kathmandu and the Everest Region of Everest fame to the east. The Rolwaling Himal, along the Tibetan border, forms the northern border of a wild, beautiful east-west valley that, due to its isolated location, has been largely closed to trekkers; home to Hindu and several Tibetan groups of which the Tamangs are in the majority, followed by Sherpas and Chhetris. The region is rich in flora (with 16 major vegetation types) and fauna (with 34 species of mammal, 16 of fish, 10 of amphibian, 8 of lizard, 14 of snake and 235 of birds).
The Sherpas named this valley Rolwaling - “The Grave or Furrow” – due to its location along the Rolwaling Khola deep beneath the countless ice-giants that tower above this unusual east-west valley. Rolwaling is considered a beyul, one of only eight sacred, hidden valleys in the Himalaya serving to protect the dharma.
There are over 50 spectacular peaks that tower to heights above 6000m, crowned by the double peaks of Gaurishankar on the border and the two Melungtse peaks in Tibet. Gaurishankar is the Sherpa’s most sacred mountain and is also important to Hindus. The highest, northern, summit (7145m) is known as Shankar (a manifestation of the god Shiva) and the southern summit (7010m) is called Gauri (a manifestation of Shiva’s consort).The trek begins the following morning along footpaths that undulate between ridge and river-crossings through ancient rhododendron, oak and pine forests interspersed with terraced fields adjoining the numerous villages of the region. Many suspension bridges across gorges help shorten the climbs. Magnificent peak views could be had from high ground such as the Daldung La (3900m), and then more continuously as the path rises.
Northwest of Simigaon and our route is Bigu Gompa, an unusual, beautiful and ancient nunnery of the Kagyupa sect. Bigu means “Seed” in the Sherpa language and, particularly since the late 1950’s it has grown as an important training centre for nuns. Today it is home to 300 nuns. We will visit the ochre colored Gompa at Beding, the largest village in the Valley.
Rolwaling video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMtv2vlszMs
Destination:Rolwaling valley(Tso rolpa and Ome tso) Duration:22 Days
Types: Tea house & Camping
Best Season: Mar to May, Sep to Nov
Group Size :Min 2 person /Max 12 persons
Price : Only 2400 USD for one person .
Day 01 Arrive Kathmandu and our staff will be there at airport to pick up and take you to the standard Hotel.
Day 02 Full day Kathmandu city tour 5 heritage sites.
Day 03 Kathmandu – Drive to Barabise – Trek to Kabre (819m/2,687ft), 3-4 hrs drive & 3-4 hrs trek
Day 04 Kabre – Dolongsa (2431m/7,976ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 05 Dolongsa - Bigu Gompa (2,310m/7,579ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 06 Bigu Gompa – Chilanka (1,923m/6,309ft), 4-5 hrs trek
Day 07 Chilanka - Kurlang (1,890m/6,201ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 08 Kurlang - Syalu (1,500m/4,921ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 09 Syalu - Simi (2,000m/6,562ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 10 Simi - Forest Camp (2,800m/9,366ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 11 Forest camp – Beding (3,694m/12,119ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 12 Beding – Na (4,100m/13,451ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 13 Na rest and acclimatization day. Excursion towards Yalung Pass and glacier views
Day 14 Na rest and acclimatization day. Excursion to Tso Rolpa Glacier Lake
Day 15 Na – Beding (3,690m/12,106ft), 5-6 hrs
Day 16 Beding – Gyalche (2,990m/9,810ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 17 Gyalche – Simi Gaun (1,990m/6,523ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 18 Simi Gaun – Jagat (1,550m/3,773ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 19 Jagat – Singati Bazar (990m/3,317ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 20 Singati Bazar – Dolakha (1’650m/ 5,413ft), 5-6 hrs trek
Day 21 Dolakha – Kathmandu (1,317m/4,321ft), 6-7 hrs drive
Day 22 Final departure
Itinerary can be change as per clients likes .
- Airport Pick up and Drop as per itinerary by private car / van
- Three nights accommodation in Kathmandu include Breakfast
- All the standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during trek .
- Local Guest house accommodation during trek
- Treking Guide and porters fee
- Sagarmatha National park permit fee
- TIMS card fees
- All the government tax
- International Airfare to and from Nepal
- Nepal Visa fee
- Helicopter Rescue if needed
- Alcoholic drinks
- Tips to Staffs if you like
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