Dhudh Kunda Trek

Trip Duration 19 Days

Trip Grade:

Destination: Nepal

Activities: Trekking & tours

From Kathmandu we drive to Jiri and during two days we follow the Jiri - Lukla old route before heading to a completely new route through forested ridges and sparsely inhabited area. From day six, we trek through high pastures, pine and rhododendron forests without permanent settlement. Walking upstream the Beni Khola we reach Dudh Kunda and keep one day for exploring around. Rather than retracing our footsteps in return, we descend towards Khumbu region for ending in Lukla. Next day we fly back to Kathmandu.

Day By Day

Day 01: Arrival in Ktm and transfer to hotel
Day 02: Ktm, free day, hotel
Day 03: Drive to Jiri : Trek begins, camp
Day 04: Trek to Shivalaya, camp
Day 05: Trek to Deorali, camp
Day 06: Trek to Serdingma, camp
Day 07: Trek to Kayama, camp
Day 08: Trek to Chorma, camp
Day 09: Trek to Lakoma Kharka, camp
Day 10: Trek to Chatharam Kharka, camp
Day 11: Trek to Sasarbeni, camp
Day 12: Trek to Dudh Kunda, camp
Day 13: Exploration and back to Sasarbeni, camp
Day 14: Trek to Thanga, camp
Day 15: Trek to Tate, camp
Day 16: Trek to Lukla, camp
Day 17: Flight : Lukla to Kathmandu, transfer to hotel
Day 18: Free day in Ktm, hotel
Day 19: Final departure

Cost Include

Useful Info

Personal Equipment List

  • Backpack
  • Trekking Boots/ shoes
  • Socks
  • Down Jacket (can be rented)
  • Shorts
  • Fleece Pant / Jacket
  • Flashlight (extra batteries)
  • Shirt/T-Shirt
  • Trekking polls (optional)
  • Sun Hat / Visor
  • Gloves
  • Sun Screen
  • Sunglasses (UV protected. Imperative to have quality eye wear)
  • Waterproof Jacket
  • Wool- fleece / Hat with ear protection
  • Water Treatment
  • Small First Aid

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