Bhairav Kunda Trek

11 Days
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Bhairav Kunda Trek is a kind of pilgrimage destination in Nepal that is popular among both domestic and international tourists. Bhairav Kunda Trek takes the trekkers to the untouched, unexplored and traditional villages of the central Nepal during the course of which they can enjoy the sightseeing views of the spectacular Himalayan landscapes. As the name itself suggests, Bhairav Kunda Trek is named after the destructive form of Hindu lord Shiva. ‘Bhairav’ is the destructive name of lord Shiva. The Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims who take part on this pilgrimage tour also have the opportunity to visit and explore the holy lake of Bhairav Kunda situated at an altitude of 4200 meters of height.
The visiting pilgrims pay homage, perform religious Pooja, and wash away their sins by taking holy dip at the pond during every Bhadra (August) Full Moon every year. As mentioned earlier, Bhairav Kunda Trek is a pilgrimage destination for many prospective tourists. It is, however, more popular and significant amongst the domestic ones rather than the foreign explorers. The unusual climatic condition coupled with the geographical location makes Bhairav Kunda Trek a dream for every nature and adventure lover.
Bhairav Kunda Trek starts from Jalbire, a small village located in Rasuwa district, nearby from the Capital city of Kathmandu. It is located around 81 kilometers north east from the Kathmandu Valley. Bhairav Kunda Trek is situated along the Nepal-Tibet border and as expected, it is the pride of both the nations.
Outline Itinerary        
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Chanaute (1250m)
Day 03: Trek to Khani Gaon (2000m)
Day 04: Trek to Forest Camp (3150m)
Day 05: Trek to Pati (3900 m)
Day 06: Rest day
Day 07: Trek to Bhairav Kunda (4150 m)
Day 08: Trek to Bhairav viewpoint (4500 m)
Day 09: Trek to Larche (1400 m), 4 hrs
Day 10: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 11: Departure from Kathmandu
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu  
Once you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will find our representatives there who will greet you and take you to the Hotel in Kathmandu. After reaching the Hotel, you will be briefly explained about the itinerary package. Overnight stay at the Hotel.

Day 02: Drive to Chanaute (1250m) 6 hrs
On the second day, we will take a drive from the Capital city of Kathmandu to the nearby town of Chanaute (1250m), enjoying a scenic drive along the Highway to reach the Tibetan border. After around three hours of drive we reach to a town called Balephi from where we will turn off from the main road. The way until Balephi is quite comfortable. However, the way from Balephi to Chanaute is quite rough and uncomfortable. It will take around three hours to reach there. Chanaute is a small village of Brahmin and Chhetri community. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day 03: Trek to Khani Gaon (2000m) 6 hrs
From Chanaute, it will approximately take around 6 hours to reach Khani Gaon (2000m). You will start after having breakfast in the morning, and for the most part of the day you will be ascending along the steep trail. In between, you will stop for rest and also enjoy the beautiful views of the mountains and the nearby landscapes. On this day you will be crossing past several villages, terraced fields, streams, etc. Khani Gaon is a Newari Village and Khani literally means “source of mines” and Gaon means “village”. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 04: Trek to Forest Camp (3150m) 5hrs
On the fourth day, you will ascend steeply through beautiful rhododendron forests and the occasional grazing pasture. After around five hours of trekking, you will reach the Forest Camp located at an altitude of 3150 meters, which will take around 5 hours. Upon reaching there, you will set up a tented camp where you will be staying overnight.

Day 05: Trek to Pati (3900m) 4 hrs
We will continue our ascent through pine and rhododendron forests on the fifth day walking for around 4 hours. Once you arrive at Pati, you will be able to spot some of the houses made by the pilgrims along with nice views of the mountains. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day 06: Rest day
On the 6th day of the trek, you will be acclimatizing to the conditions and the high altitude and also adjust yourself to the changing environmental conditions. You will take rest while also prepare for the next day’s ascent. If you feel like traveling around then you can stroll around the village in Pati and also talk with the locals and learn about their traditional culture. Overnight stay at a tented camp.

Day 07: Trek to Bhairav Kunda (4150m) 3 hrs
This is the most important day of the trekking itinerary and you will start your trek after having breakfast in the morning at the tented camp. First, you will take around an hour of uphill walk and then again continue to walk for about couple of more hours to reach Bhairav Kunda. Bhairav Kunda, located at an altitude of 4150 meters, is a holy lake which also consists of a small shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. “Bhairav” is the destructive form of Hindu Lord Shiva and Kunda means “Lake”. Every year in June/July, pilgrims from different parts of the country come to Bhairav Kunda and take holy bath. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day 08: Trek to Bhairav viewpoint (4500m) 6 hrs
On the 8th day, you will have to wake up early in the morning, finish your breakfast and start walking 1 ½ hours of uphill trail. From the top of the hill, you will be blessed with the sunrise views and also the views of the mountains like Langtang, Jugal Himal, Rolwaling Mountain Range and the Tibetan Mountain Range. From the viewpoint, you will return to the Bhairav Kunda and then trek steeply down for about four more hours through forests to reach the Sherpa village. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day 09: Trek to Larche (1400 m) 4hrs
The next day, you will start your walk from the Sherpa Village and get down to the Valley and meet the Araniko Highway from where you will catch a bus to The Last Resort. The Last Resort is an adventure spot from where you can indulge upon adventure sports like Bunjee jumping and ultimate swing. You will take lunch and relax for a while at the Last Resort. You will then spend the rest of the time at the Last Resort, enjoying the beautiful nature amidst the Bhote Koshi River and the forests.

Day 10: Drive back to Kathmandu 5 hrs
The next day, you will take breakfast at The Last Resort in the morning. After that you will drive along the Araniko Highway and get back to Kathmandu. It will nearly take around five hours for you to reach the Capital city. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you will be transferred back to the Hotel where you will be spending the rest of the night.

Day 11: Departure from Kathmandu
On the last day of the itinerary, you will be transferred to the International Airport in Kathmandu from where you will take a flight back to your home country or to your next desired destination. 
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