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11 Day Mundum Trekking Trial.

The Mundum Trekking Trial truly appears to be an extraordinary adventure! The picturesque landscapes and natural beauty along the trail must be awe-inspiring. It’s commendable that the Nepalese government is actively promoting new trekking routes, not only diversifying tourism but also contributing to the local economy.

The Mundum  Trekking Trial is heightened by its passage through various breathtaking spots, including the revered Salpa Pokhari and the majestic Silichho Peak, providing panoramic views of multiple mountain ranges, with Mount Everest prominently featured. While embracing the adventure, it’s crucial to uphold the cultural significance of these sites, practicing responsible trekking by leaving minimal impact and respecting local traditions.

The fact that camping is the sole option along the trail adds to the allure, providing an opportunity to deeply connect with nature and immerse oneself in the wilderness fully. However, adequate preparation, including carrying essential equipment and supplies, is imperative.

In summary, the Mundum Trekking Trial promises an unforgettable adventure, and I eagerly anticipate exploring it someday!

Silichho Peak treats trekkers to unobstructed views of more than 22 peaks, including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,861m), Mera (6,476m), Chamlang (7,319m), Numbur (6,958m), Makalu (8,481m), Chalachuli (3,636m), and the Kanchenjunga Range (8,586m). Both Salpa Lake and Silichho Peak hold sacred significance in the Kirat Community.

The Mundum Trekking Trial concludes with a descent from Silichho Peak to Salpa Phedi (1,680m), Chewa Besi (285m), and Tumlingtar (457m). While it poses challenges with steep ascents and descents, the trek offers an unforgettable experience for seasoned trekkers seeking both adventure and breathtaking views.

Outline of the Trek Details

  • Total Program Days: 11 Days
  • Total trekking Days: 11 Days
  • Trekking Grade :Moderate.
  • Maximum Altitude :Silchung Peak (4200 m)
  • Accommodation: Tea House/ Home Stays.
  • Best Trekking Time: September to November,Mid March to May
  • Transportation: Flight,Ppublic Bus.
  • Activity: Trekking , Volunteering, Sight seeing.
  • Total Trekking Hours Per Day : 4-6 hours.

Major Highlights of the Trek

  • Trek route passes through several indigenous ethnic villages. This adventure takes you through the settlements of the Kirati people.
  • Explores the cultural riches of the ethnic Kirati people, and the inhabitants of the eastern hills and mountains
  • This Kirat Rai Cultural Trail goes up to the elevation of 4,200 meters from sea level to the viewpoint of Silchung Peak

Trekking Cost Include

  • Vegetarian three meal a day (Nepali food Dal Bhat ) at the tea houses.
  • One (1) porter guide daily salary including his food and accommodation for 11 days.
  • One (1) Porter guide insurance cost .
  • Trekker's Information Management System (TIMS) card cost for 1 persons
  • Makalu Barun National Park Entrance Fee for 1 guests.
  • Jeep Reservation from Tumlingtar – Khandbari-Num – Chamla Kharka and from Chamla Kharka – Num – Khardbari – Tumlingtar
  • Two-night Tumlingtar Hotel room booking cost for 1 people.
  • Support for Social MAST community Projects
  • Total Company service charge cost including government Tax, VAT as well as miscellaneous cost

Trekking Cost Exclude

  • Nepal entry visa fees are USD 30 for 15 days and USD 50 for 30 days
  • Kathmandu hotel room charge including breakfast, lunch dinner.
  • Kathmandu -Tumlingtar -Kathmandu Airfare cost
  • Khandbari Hotel breakfast, Lunch, Dinner charge.
  • Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, hot water, hot and cold showers.
  • Personal expenses include laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages, bar bills, and camera battery charging
  • Personal trekking gear and equipment cost like a robust sleeping bag, trekking pole, headlight, eyeglasses, medical kits etc
  • Tips for a porter guide.
  • Travel and medical insurance for the guest.
  • Emergency rescue for the guest.
  • Other personal expenditure like laundry, alcoholic cold drinks, hot showers, etc.
  • Other unforeseeable expenses incurred due to accidents, strikes, natural calamities, political unrest, etc.
Mundum Trekking Trial Itinerary (11 Days)

Day 1 Drive from Kathmandu to Diktel Bazar 1,650 m (12 hours)

It’s great to know that there are options for high-quality accommodation in Diktel Bazaar, as it provides a comfortable place to rest and prepare for the Mundum trek. Additionally, the opportunity to explore the local market and observe the traditional way of life of the Rai and Kirat tribes is a unique cultural experience that adds depth to the trip.

It’s fascinating to see the blend of traditional and modern influences in the homes and lifestyles of the locals, which is a testament to the richness and diversity of Nepalese culture. It’s important to respect local customs and interact with the locals in a responsible and respectful manner, as it helps to promote sustainable tourism and support the local economy.

Overall, the opportunity to explore Diktel Bazaar before embarking on the Mundum trek adds to the richness of the experience and provides a deeper appreciation for the culture and people of Nepa

Day 2Trek from Diktel to Chakhewa Village 2,300 m

It’s exciting to know that the Mundum trek offers an authentic rural experience, with the opportunity to trek through beautiful villages such as Dorap, Chiuri Danda, and Dobela. It’s great to see the emphasis on experiencing the local culture and way of life, which adds to the richness of the trek.

Covering a distance of approximately 24 kilometers with an easy grade is also a good start for the trek, allowing trekkers to acclimate to the altitude and terrain gradually. It’s essential to listen to the advice of the guide and porter and take the necessary precautions to avoid altitude sickness.

Finding a comfortable home to spend the night in this charming area is also a highlight of the trek. It’s great to have the opportunity to interact with locals and learn more about their way of life. Additionally, staying in a local home adds to the authenticity of the experience and supports the local economy.

Overall, the first day of the Mundum trek sounds like a perfect start to the adventure, with beautiful scenery, authentic rural experiences, and comfortable accommodation.

Day 3Trek from Chakhewa to Dhotre 2,752m

Waking up to the scenic views of Chakewa Village and savoring breakfast sounds like a great way to start the second day of the Mundum trek. It’s important to fuel up for the uphill hike that follows, as it requires more energy and stamina.

Traversing through Maluwa and Dalsinga Pass, with the ridge of Merung Danda along the way, adds to the adventure and provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. It’s great to see the diversity of landscapes and terrain along the trek, which keeps the experience exciting and engaging.

Reaching Dhotre village and immersing oneself in the local lifestyle is a highlight of the trek. It provides an opportunity to interact with locals, learn more about their culture and way of life, and form meaningful connections. Finding a comfortable homestay for the overnight accommodation also adds to the authenticity of the experience and supports the local economy.

Overall, the second day of the Mundum trek sounds like an excellent continuation of the adventure, with challenging hiking, stunning views, and authentic cultural experiences.

Day 4Trek from Dhotre to Maiyung (3122m)

It’s great to hear that the third day of the Mundum trek is a shorter and easier trail, providing a chance to take in the stunning views at a more leisurely pace. Starting the day with breakfast is crucial for providing energy and stamina for the day’s hike.

Crossing the Chhimalung Pass, admiring the beautiful Mani wall of Phokte, reaching the hill point of Chautara, walking through Mattim Danda, and visiting the religious temple of Baspani Devisthan are all exciting attractions along the way. It’s great to have a mix of cultural and natural sights, providing a more comprehensive experience of the area.

Reaching the campsite at Mailung or Hans Pokhari is a great way to end the day, providing a chance to relax and soak in the stunning scenery. Camping in the area also adds to the adventure, as it allows for a more immersive experience of the wilderness and the surrounding natural beauty.

Overall, the third day of the Mundum trek sounds like a great continuation of the adventure, providing a mix of cultural and natural attractions and stunning views.

Day 5 Trek from Maiyung to Rawadhap 3,426 m

It’s great to hear that the Mundum trek includes opportunities to immerse oneself in the local culture of the area. Connecting with the Rai and Kirat people and experiencing their hanging cultivated fields, traditional work practices, and way of life provides a more comprehensive understanding of the area and its people.

Passing through the Kirat Rai Villages of Satdobato, Hyakule, and Lauri Bina allows for a deeper connection with the local culture and traditions. The beauty of the area, with the Laure Hill in the distance, adds to the overall experience of the trek.

Reaching the campsite at Rawa Dhap is a great way to end the day, providing a chance to relax and reflect on the cultural experiences of the day. Spending the 7th night at this campsite as part of the Mundum Trek itinerary allows for a more immersive experience of the area and its people. Overall, it sounds like a great continuation of the trek, providing a balance of cultural experiences and natural beauty.

Day 6Trek from Rawadhap to Salpa Bhanjyang 3,348 m (3,550m)

Today’s trek is not too long, but you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore the local culture and traditions, so it may take a bit longer than expected. The Kirat and Rai people you’ll meet along the way have a fascinating way of life, and you’re sure to be captivated by their unique customs.

On this leg of journey, you’ll come across some incredible sights, such as the Mani Wall of Nikasa, the Mani of Handi Lake, and the Mani Wall of Salpa Pass (also known as Kulu Pankha Bhanjyang). Take your time to soak it all in, and don’t be surprised if you find yourself slowing down to fully appreciate the local attractions. You’ll spend the night at Salpa Pass or Salpa Pokhari.

Day 7Explore around Silchung Hill 4,200 m

Today is a significant day in the Mundum Trek itinerary, as you will begin your early morning hike to the Silichung Peak viewpoint, also known as Salpa Peak, which stands tall at 4,153 meters above sea level. The views from this point are awe-inspiring, offering panoramic views of deep valleys, lush greenery, and the snow-capped Himalayan mountain range. You’ll have the chance to catch a glimpse of the world’s five highest peaks, including Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Makalu, all towering above 8,000 meters. You’ll also be able to admire Thamserku, Kangtega, Amadablam, Dorje Lakpa, Kusum Khungurung, Numbur, and many other peaks.

After marveling at the stunning vistas, you’ll head back to your camp at Salpa Bhanjyang to enjoy a delicious lunch and explore the nearby Rai village of Sanam and the Kirat village of Guranse. This will be a fulfilling end to an unforgettable day.

Day 8Trek from Salpa Bhanjyang to Phedi 2,972 m.( 3600)

Today, we will retrace our steps and hike back down to Hyakule, taking the same trail we used a few days ago. This time, we’ll have the chance to explore any attractions or points of interest we may have missed during our initial hike. It’s always interesting to see things from a different perspective and gain new insights into local culture and traditions.

After arriving in Hyakule, we’ll settle into our accommodations for the night and take some time to relax and unwind. We may choose to explore the local area or simply rest up for the next leg of our journey. Whatever we decide to do, we can look forward to another memorable day on the Mundum Trekking Trail.

Day 9Trek from Phedi to Katike Pul.

Please provide more information on the next village of Base of Maiyung Peak or Ekrate, including the distance and estimated time to reach there, and any notable attractions or features along the way

Day 10Trek from Katike Pul to Tumlingtar 457 m

After having breakfast at the tea house around 8 am, start your trek by crossing the suspension bridge and walking for about three hours along the Arun River until you reach Tumlingtar airport. Find a comfortable hotel for your overnight stay and make sure to get enough rest. This is also the time to bid farewell to your porter and guide.

Day 11Flight from Tumlingtar to Kathmandu

Today is the last day of your Mundum Trek adventure. After breakfast, take some time to explore Tumlingtar before your flight to Kathmandu. Enjoy the local culture and scenery, and take some last-minute photos to remember your trip. After lunch, you will head to the airport for your flight back to Kathmandu. Once you arrive, you can rest and reflect on your incredible journey through the Mundum Trekking Trail. 


FAQs About Mundum Trekking Trial

Question1:Which currency is most widely accepted on this tour?

The Trekking agency accepts Nepali Rupees as well as US Dollar. But only Nepali rupees is accepted in the local market.

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