Makalu Circuit Trek In Nepal
February 14, 2017 admin
Nepal is a perfect trekking destination of the world, no doubt and Makalu Circuit Trek is the perfect choice for the adventure seeker. No, I am not exaggerating. I swear! It is a fact about this pristine site as it is one of those single destinations that unfolds the beauty of more than 10 Himalayas simultaneously like Kanchenjunga, Cho Oyo, Lhotse, Baruntse, AmaDablam, Pumori, Nuptse, Thamserku and the tallest mountain in the world—Mount Everest.
Despite being fun packed trekking it is also regarded as remote site trail where every day walking ends at a camp rest. Yes, it is a camping trek and not similar to other tea house trekking. The difference is that you accommodate in a tent and not in a local lodge called tea house.
Due to remoteness, Makalu Circuit Trekking is regarded as one of the challenging treks of this Himalayan nation. Moreover, the difficulty in the trekking surfaced as bless because the site is still untouched by modern developments hence, the site still maintains its uniqueness and identity.
If you are a lonely traveller or prefer crowd less trekking then in such instance Makalu Circuit Trek best suits you. No need to think in this regard, just book the package with us and experience the truth. We never lie.
The other specialty of Makalu circuit trek is that there are three passes in this trek and each one is thrilling for you. You encounter Sherpani Col, West Col and Amphu Laptsha at an altitude of 6,110m, 6,140m and 5,950m respectively. It’s amazing and guts challenging too.
March to May and September to November is the right time to experience trekking in this part of Nepal. We have designed our own itinerary for the trek. It is not an assumed itinerary like others. Our itinerary is drafted by an experienced Sherpa guide who has been there several times with guest.
One more thing to mention, Mount Makalu is one if the fifth highest mountain in the world. It towers at an altitude of 8,485m and is protected by Makalu Barun National Park. This place is so beautiful that you like to immerse in it or hold the scenery in your heart forever. The waterfalls, rise of craggy rocks from the forest and colorful wild flowers will capture your heart.
Moreover, Makalu Barun National Park is home to different species of mammals and birds. It inhabits 315 species of butterflies, 43 reptiles, 78 fish, 16 amphibians and 88 species of mammals. Red Panda or bear cat is one of the endangered species found here.
For bird watchers, it is a perfect place as the site inhabits 440 species of birds. Some of the threatened species of birds are the rose-ringed parakeet, Blyth’s kingfisher, deep-blue kingfisher, blue-napes pitta, pale blue flycatcher, sultan tit, silver-eared mesia, spiny babbler and the white-napedyuhina.