Panchase Hill Trekking route
A drive from Pokhara to Khare Khola, the starting point of the Panchase Hill Trekking begins the journey. From here, the trail gradually ascends towards Panchase Hill through villages like Bhumdi and Panchase Bhanjyang. On the way, you pass by lush forests, where you get to see a range of flora and birds. Further, the trail will lead you to Sarangkot and back to Pokhara.
Panchase Hill Trekking difficulty & Altitude Sickness
Panchase Hill Trek is an easy journey. There are a few steep and rugged paths. Anyone can go on this trek with normal health and physical fitness. You do not need to have previous trekking experience to join this venture. The highest point on Panchase Hill Trek 10 Days is 2,500 meters. The chances of getting altitude sickness are very low, still your guide will make sure to take care of you during the trek. Keep yourself hydrated to avoid altitude sickness.
Best time to go on Panchase Hill Trekking
The best time to go on Panchase Hill Trekking is from March to April and September to November. Trekking in this time of the year is perfect because the views are clear and the trail is bloomed with a range of floras.
Accommodation & Meals
You stay overnight in a lodge during the Panchase Hill Trek. The lodge offers pretty much all the facilities. You will have a nice room and a private washroom. Meals are based on the menu of the lodge. Tibetan, Continental, Nepali, and Indian are the cuisine that is usually found. You will have a good option to choose from during the trek.
Communication & Electricity
As this trek does not take you to very remote and high altitude, you have both electricity & communication facilities throughout the trek. You will get the charging facility as well, however do know that some places might charge extra bucks for the service. Do carry extra batteries with you. Likewise, carry a local SIM card for a better network. You will also get WiFi connections in many places.
Travel insurance is like an extra safety hand that will come handy in an emergency. Your travel insurance must cover airlift, medical bills, hospital bills, flight cancellation, etc. You have to take out travel insurance from your own country as Nepal does not provide travel insurance to foreigners.
Guide & Porter
A guide and porter will help you complete the journey successfully & safely. During the trek, unseen circumstances can arise anytime, which need to be handled professionally. Therefore, a guide will make sure any emergency is handled efficiently. We make sure both our guides and porters are fairly treated while working with us.
While running treks and tours, we make sure only our footprints are left behind. All of our journeys are well crafted and planned before the commencement. From choosing the accommodation to carrying necessities, we make sure our every move in the Himalayas does not harm it in any way. Likewise, we are also supporting the local community by funding education for children.