NORTH POLE TREKKING PVT. LTD. The Gurilla Trek has now become a new tourist attraction in Nepal. This trekking route provides one with an opportunity to meet the people who have yet to affected by commercialization. a lot of ethinicities enrich the route including Brahmin,Kshetri, Dalit, Gurung, Magar, Newar and Thakuri. As the name suggests, The Guerrilla Trek trai follows the footsteps of the Maoist guerillas during the decaded-long insurgency. The route beigns in Beni of magdi district,gose around Bglung and passes through the Dhorpatan Hunting reserve and goes on to Rukum and rolpa districts. The route was used by the maaoist insugents during the dacade-long war. scenic beauty of this region is unmached. one can have breathtaking view of the Dhulagiri range and wide meados with pine trees. the elevation range from about 8oom at Chaurijahari to the peak of pyutha Himal at 7,245m above sea level. This trsil has now gained popularity following the publishing of the Guerrilla Trek (aka, the shangrila,Trek) with Dhorpatan Hunting reserve in this route esppically for Camping Trek here is just some kind of house like homestay better to do in this area camping Trek. 
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Drive  from Kathmandu to Beni (7,00m ) 7 to 8 hrs.

from kathmando to it takes by bus 9 hours and by private car it takes around 7 hours ride to Beni

Day 03: Trek from Beni to Takma (1,665m0 6 to 7 hrs.
A six hours trek takes ro Takam. from the Myagdi district headquqrter, one has ato follow a gravel road for 24 km to Darbang and start walking. Takam is three hours walk away with Guraj Himal toweringoverhead overnight at tent or Homestay.

Day 04: Trek from Takam to Lamsung (2,250 m) 6 to 7 hrs.
Trek to Lamsung from Takam to it takes about six hours this is where the scenery start getting even more dramatic. This is what Nepal used to be like before the trekkers got here. Locals are not used to foreigners and have a lot of stories to tell about the maoist insurgency.

Day 05: Trek from Lamsung to Gurjhagat (3,020m) 5 to 6 hrs.
Lamsung to climb through dense pine  forests, with mus deer darting in the undergrowth. the meadows on the ridge 180 degree views of the entrie Dhaulagiri range up to Churen Himal in the West. It takes six hours to reach Gajurghat.

Day 06: Trek from Gurjaghat to Dhorpatan (2,860m) 5 to 6 hrs.
Cross over from Myagdi to Baglung and in to the former Tibetan refugee Camp which was serviced by an airfield built by swiss in 1950s. This is also the entrance to Dhorpatan, a Hunting Reserve, where one can spot mountain goats and blue sheeps. it takes five hours reach Dhorpatan.

Day 07: Trek from Dhorpatan to Nisi Dhor (2,620m) 5 to 6 hrs.
A five hours trek from Dhorpatan its take  to Nisi Dhor. It is a paradise tor birds. Watch pheasants, asn other migratory species. Hard to imagine that people fought a war here. There are cow sheds in the monsoon, but in the winter these high pastures are deserted.

Day 08: Trek from Nisi Dhor to Tallo Sera 5 to 6 hrs.
It takes seven hour to reach Tallo Sera. Cross over from Baglung to Rukum into Magar community   and enter the former Maoist base aea. There are dense forests all the way, so it must have been easy to hide here from the helicopter patrols. The villages are picturesque and there is always some kind of Magar festival going on.

Day 09: Trek fromTallo Sera to Rujhikhola 6 to 7hrs.
Walk to Lukum in Rukum, a village populated only by Magars and Dalits (Low castes). This is about as medieval as it gets in Nepal nowadays. It takes six hours to reach there.

Day 10: Trek from Rujhikhola to Thabang 6 to 7 hrs.
A five hours trek takes to Thabang. It is the cradle of the Maoist revolution. It was damaged in army attacks and part of the town were flattened by ‘tora bora’ mortar shells dropped from helicopters. There has been some development of infrastructure after the war ended, and the people are eager and friendly.

Day 11: Trek from Thabang to Jaljala 6 to 7 hrs.
It takes five hours to reach jaljala. The highest point in Jaljale is Dharampani (3,900m) and there is a great view from Apisaipal in the west to Dhaulagiri in the east.
Trek down to Jelbang. It takes six hours. Move sown from the high mountains and the village are ethnically  mixed.

Day12: Trek from Jaljala to Sulichaur 6 to 7 hrs.
This is where Rolpa is finally reached. Rolpa was also a rebel base area and for many of the ten years of war under total Maoist control. One can eat at one of the many commune restaurants run by Maoist cooperative, where staff are relatives if those who were killed in the fighting.

Day 13: Drive from sulichaur to Kathmandu 12 to 13 hrs.
Take a bus to Kathmandu. It takes 13hrs.

Day 14: Transfer to Tribhuwan International Airport
  • Pick up and drop from airport/ hotel/airport.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu in a 3-star hotel.
  • Necessary Land Transport Kathmandu to Beni and Sulichaur to Kathmandu by bus (Domestic only)
  • All Accommodation during Trekking (guest House/lodge)
  • Food during Trekking (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner )
  • A professional Sherpa Guide with Government License
  • Sherpa porter who will carry your baggage(2 people 1 sherpa porter)
  • Necessary Trekking permits/ National park permit
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management system) card
  • Necessary Equipment (sleeping bag and Down Jacket)
  • Food, salary Transport, clothing for Guide and Porter
  • First aid kit from Sherpa Expeditions and Trekking.
  • Insurance for Guide and Porter
  • Necessary flight tickets (domestic only).
  • Rescue Help in case of emergency (paid by your travel insurance)
  • Farewell dinner with a cultural show.
  • All program as per Itinerary

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu 
  • Any kinds of Drinks( soft and Hard Drinks)
  • Visa, international flight ticket
  • Kathmandu monuments fees.
  • Personal Nature expenses
  • Tips for Staffs
  • Rescue and Evacuation cost
  1. 1-2 long sleeve T-shirts
  2. 4-5pairs of Socks
  3. A down Jacket
  4. A wind and waterproof thin layer jacket.
  5. 2 windproof/waterproof trousers
  6. A Thermal wears (specially a trouser)
  7. A pair of good trekking boot
  8. Pair of sandal
  9. Trekking Stick/s
  10. Winter hat
  11. A pair of half gloves for walking stick (if you prefer)
  12. Sunscreen (35 to 60spf)
  13. Sleeping bag
  14. Head light
  15. Water bottle and a water purifying pills 
  16. And a medicines which are necessary for you.
Doing treks in Himalayas of Nepal is the distinct culture and environment. Trekkers need to consider on following do’s and don’ts.
  • Do smile and greet the local people with saying “Namaste” and “Tashidelek” to show respect.
  • Do walk in a group or keep a distance that you could see your front and behind fellow.
  • Do consult with your trekking guide before trying anything new during the trek.
  • Do ask question to the guide for the next day trekking necessity, so that you could pack in your small backpack because rest baggage will carry by porter and will get only in the evening.
  • Do give donation to the monastery in the trekking area where they don’t collect tickets from the visitors but there is a donation box.
  • Do inform your trekking guide if you are not comfortable with your health while approaching higher altitude.
  • Don’t under estimate the local culture and belief even if you find uncomfortable with it.
  • Don’t take a picture of the people without their permission during the trek because some individual don’t like that.
  • Don’t be strange if local people stare at you because they are surprise to see you, not with a bad intention.
  • Don’t expect too many facilities in the trekking areas, most places provide you only the basic facilities.
  • Don’t harm wild animals, birds and plants during the trek and take a global responsibility to save the environment.
  • Don’t give money to the children and the beggars; it encourages them to beg from the visitors.
Note regarding itineraries.
Although, we generally adhere to the schedule, the itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control, including weather and terrain conditions, suitable campsite availability, and the group's general fitness level. It is important to understand that our trek is logistically complex and it is not unusual that adjustments be made. Our guide will orient you each evening to the following day's plan; their good judgment is the key to the long history of successful treks that Sherpa Expedition & trekking Pvt. ltd  Walkers has led till now. Please remember that our ability to make adjustments as needed helps to ensure that your trek is successful.
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