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Mountain Goal Adevnture Activities:-

1. Mountaineering

2. Waterfall.

3. Rock Climbing.

4. Caving

5. Teambuilding.

6. Scuba Diving.

7. Water Rafting.





New trekking trail traversing one of the most culturally diverse areas in Nepal

Ramechhap, only 100km east from Kathmandu, offers a trekking experience unequalled in Nepal. Sandwiched between the high Himalayan range to the north and the rolling Maharbhata range to the south, trekking in Ramechhap offers magnificent Himalayan panoramas, lush rhododendron forests, and unique cultural experiences. The elevation ranges from 488m at the Sun Kosi River to Numburchuili peak along Everest Himal range at 6959m. Vistas of the rolling foothills dotted with isolated farming communities, rhododendron forests and bamboo groves, all crowned by an array of snow peaks are bound to leave you breathless. The cultural rituals surrounding Buddhism and Hinduism are another major attraction. But the foremost prize of the whole experience is the chance to meet people from 21 different Indigenous communities, learn about them and their culture- yes, all of the above in one trek. You will feel good knowing that your visit is genuinely helping your hosts. And what's more, you can relax on one of the best beaches in Nepal!!


A 7-night/ 8-day package is recommended for IP Trail, while an exciting 4/5-days package can appropriately be customized for tourists with less time. The IP Trail formally starts at the Dhunge/Chaichhap bazaar of Dolakha district followed by a short hike thereafter to Sailung Peak, the trek's highest point. The trail meanders through ethnic communitiey settlements at Rajveer, Surkey, Doramba, Khandadevi and Dongme, and ends at Lubughat. A separate 4 days Majhi fishing experience can also be experienced either as a part of IP Trail package or as a standalone product to Lubughat and Seleghat.

Day 01: Arrive at Trivuwan International airport in Kathmandu, transfer to the Hotel and free activities in the evening.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Lubughat (4 hours)
Day 03 :Lubugaht to Dongmay
Day 04: Dongmay to Doramba
Day 05: Doramba to Kolakharka
Day 06:Kolakharka to Sailung to Voise  
Day 07:Voise to Kathmandu  (8 hours)
Day 08: Departure to international airport to fly your home country.

Our service include
- Pre-trip services & advice
- Two free training Mountain trip provided by MMG depend on the duration of the EXPDC trip
- Transportation – Airport pick up drop.
- Trekking Permit/ national park and climbing permit
- Accommodations – two night hotel in Kathmandu  and on teahouse as per plan , twins sharing basic
- English speaking trained government licensed holder guide/Sherpa for trek and tours
- One porter every two members
- Staff's insurance, well paid salary, equipments, foods, flight, transport and accommodations etc.
- Rescue Arrangements off course not the rescue bills

Our service doesn't include
- Personal expenses (e.g. phone calls, laundry, alcohol, soft drinks, bottled water, souvenirs, etc.)
- KLIA-Kathmandu-Kathmandu-KLIA economy flight.
- Domestic flight.
- Your personal insurance
- Trekking equipment
- Excess baggage charges
- Tips for the staffs because this is the sign of the guest happiness at the end of the trip it has been establish a custom say "Baksis
- Any loss due to unforeseen circumstances such as flight delays, road blockage due to landslide, Etc.
- Travel, trek and expedition medical and evacuation insurance
- Emergency evacuation charges, if required
- Donation (Kathmandu)
- All meals during the trip.


IP Trail is possible throughout the year. However, March to June and September to December are the best seasons for trekking the IP Trail. Saune Sakranti (mid of July), Sorha Shradda (mid of September), Janai-puirnima (end of August) and Maghi (mid of February), Lhosar (February), are some of the important festival where various traditional events, rituals are celebrated.



IP Trail is a home-stay accommodation based cultural trekking trail built on the local cultures. The ‘Indigenous Peoples Trail' has comfortable accommodation available to meet the basic tourist standards.


Throughout the IP trail, home-stay accommodation offers closer contact and greater insight into ethnic lifestyles that cannot be found along the more developed trekking ven­ues where interactions can be more commercially oriented. Visitors can enjoy the basic accommodation and lodging facilities at the traditionally managed home-stays of various ethnic communities. Boiled and filtered drinking water and hygienically tiled toilets are available at all accommodation options and bucket hot shower can be available upon request.

The ‘IP Trail' allows you to stay overnight in private homes in traditional villages far from commercialized tourist trails. Rooms in local houses are renovated, but otherwise expect a few tourist-style comforts. Host families are trained to prepare meals hygienically. When staying with a Nepali family guests live the life as the local people do, and are treated as part of the family. The homes reflect the traditional and simple atmosphere of the people and their culture. Apart from the pleasure of being in a peaceful and serene environment, tourists can also enjoy the traditional folk dances and music presented by the local men and women in their colorful traditional attire. The focus for the guests is on experiencing and learning from an authentic and enriched culture. Visitors are often involved in local activities that range from cooking classes to attending a traditional wedding, watching a local cultural dance and farm work activities. The Home-stay allows visitors to discover the real Nepal and to enjoy untouched countryside.



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