Jun 9 - Jun 10, 2023 | Change
Teahouse lodging, food, & transportation paid separately.
Food & Lodging
In order to provide you with the best possible price and to get as much money as possible directly to the people who are actually doing the work, we do not charge you in advance for teahouse lodging and food. The guide will be able to book accommodation for the group in advance during high season. However, you will pay the teahouse owner directly for food and lodging. Budget at least $25 a day for food and lodging to be paid in cash directly to the teahouse. Estimated food & lodging for this trip $25.00 per person.
TransportationFor 'Guide & Permit Only' treks we do not include transportation to/from the trail head. Your guide will help you arrange transportation to the trail head in the case where public bus tickets or a hired private vehicle is required. In addition to your own fare, please pay the fare of your guide and porter (if you have hired one) for public buses and public jeeps. In the case of flights, a fee for the guides transportation is included in the price. You have the option of allowing us to also book your flight this ensures that your guide can be on the same flight. You are also free to book your own flight with the airlines directly if you wish please let us know your flight information if you book your own tickets. If you are on trek in which multiple trekkers have joined we will provide you with the contacts of other members of your trek so that you can arrange your transportation together.
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If you do not specify a guide, a request will be sent to all available guides (once a payment is made and the trek is confirmed). Once confirmed, you can choose from the guides who indicated that they would like to lead your trek, or ask us to recommend a guide.
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The picturesque village of Marpha sits in the shadow of Dhaulagiri. It’s a far more appealing place than nearby Jomsom, with its whitewashed Tibetan style homes and Niyingma monastery dominating the village. A pleasant place to linger after a long trek.
The middle of June typically marks the beginning of the monsoon. Clear mornings are still possible but get increasingly less likely towards the end of the month. Be prepared for rain and hot humid weather in the low elevation valleys. The added moister means the hills are beginning to change to their vibrant monsoon green.
At a glance
On average there are 17 days with precipitation in June. The highest point on the trek is Marpha at 2780 m. During June, expect high temperatures of around 20.7°C (69°F) and lows down to 10.7°C (51°F) at Marpha.
Itinerary (2 days)
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|Fri Jun 9 (day 1)|
Jomsom (2760 m)
Expect typical high termperatures of about 20.8°C (69°F) and lows of about 10.8°C (51°F) in June.
Marpha (2780 m)
About 4 to 4.5 hours from Kagbeni or 1 to1.5 hours from Jomsom, reachable from Muktinath in one long day (about 7 hours of walking) but preferable to break it up into two days.
|Sat Jun 10 (day 2)|
Jomsom (2760 m)
About 1 to 1.5 hours from Marpha
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