Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Mardi Himal on a thrilling 5-day trek through the stunning Annapurna region of Nepal. Starting and ending in the beautiful city of Pokhara, this short yet unforgettable adventure offers a mesmerizing blend of lush green hills, snow-capped peaks, and enchanting forests. Take in breathtaking views of the mighty Mardi Himal, Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, and Hiunchuli as you wind your way through stunning rhododendron forests, rugged mountain landscapes, and picturesque valleys. Along the way, you'll cross over charming suspension and wooden bridges, marvel at tranquil lakes and cascading waterfalls, and soak in the serenity of lush terraced fields.
Start a remarkable journey to Mardi Himal, soaring up to 5587m above sea level. Marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the mountain range as you trek to the base camp situated at an altitude of 4500m. This trek, officially opened in 2012, offers a unique experience but with limited teahouses and basic facilities. However, rest assured, the lodges and teahouses available are well-equipped and provide all the essential amenities for a comfortable stay. Don't miss the chance to witness the stunning beauty of Mardi Himal on this unforgettable trek.
This trek is relatively easy with an unspoiled trekking route that takes you on a journey through the highly diverse culture of local communities. Engage fully in the cultural lifestyle of the Gurung and Magar communities and gain a deeper understanding of their way of life while witnessing the picturesque views of Mardi Himal, Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, and Hiunchuli. Spend a night in the Australian Base Camp (2000m) to witness the stunning views of the sunrise and sunset as the sun rays hit the Annapurna Mountains. Don't miss the chance to experience the breathtaking beauty and cultural diversity of this unique trek.
Best Time for Mardi Himal Trek
The weather at Mardi Himal is subject to change with each passing season. You can experience the unique climate of this region with its four distinct seasons: summer, spring, winter, and autumn.
The spring season provides the ideal weather and temperature for trekking in Mardi Himal, with clear blue skies and vibrant rhododendron blossoms adding an extra touch of beauty to your journey.
Summer may not be the best season for trekking in Mardi Himal as heavy rainfall, and dark clouds can limit visibility of the mountains. However, after the heavy downpours, you may be fortunate enough to witness the most beautiful and pristine scenery in the area.
Autumn is widely considered the optimal season for trekking in Mardi Himal. With its crystal-clear skies, you will be treated to unforgettable views of the sunrise and sunset, a sight that you definitely do not want to miss.
Trekking in Mardi Himal during this season can be quite challenging due to the freezing temperatures and dry conditions. With snow blanketing both the mountains and trails, hiking may prove to be a bit difficult.
I love Mardi Himal trek. im really enjoyed this trip with my friends. Destination Unlimited Treks & Expeditions Private Limited really gave very good service. I called it 5 stars service. Tour guide very good and real funny. Every time make us laugh and happy. I love this company. I'm really enjoyed from start until the end of my trip in Nepal.
We received excellent services from airport pick up to accommodations, meals, top notch guides, porters to drop off at airport. Simply piece of mind in a foreign country. Ashok and team went the extra mile for us whenever they can, really impressive. Thank you very much once again from the bottom of my heart! The mountains are calling, I'm definitely coming back with my family. See you soon!
Superb service by Ashok and team. Our Mardi Himal trek was well planned from beginning to end. Destination Unlimited has been around for awhile, so they know exactly what you expect and prepare you for what's coming. Mardi Himal is a less well known trek where you can see Annapurna range and most prominently, Mt Fishtail (Machhapuchhare). So you have a lot less people and can enjoy the nature more closely. Highly recommend it!
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