Bhairav Kunda Trekking is a non touristic trekking route to the north east nearby Tibet. It could be the best trekking holidays for naturalists due to its incredible nature and culture beauty. This is medium to hard grade trekking, so a good physical shape and trekking gear is required for trekking to Bairav Kunda trekking. The best trekking season for this trekking is autumn and spring since it has nice and warm weather, good visibility of Himalayas and landscapes.
Bhairav Kunda trekking is the best and finest short tented camp trek with an essence of adventure into off the beaten path in central Nepal. Bhairav Kunda means a holy lake named a destructive name of lord Shiva, the “Bhairav”. The highlight of the trek is Bhairav kunda a holy lake situated above (4200m), the dominating skyline and the life style of nomadic people unchanged by time.
Bhairav Kund trekking starts at Jalbire, taking drive to the north, the gateway to the Tibet following the Bhote Koshi river valley. The trekking group has to be self contained as there are no lodges/tea houses. This is a great wonderful trekking due to variation in altitude, an excellent views of Himalayan range of Jugal Himal including Dorje Lakpa(6966m), Madiya(6257m) and Phurbi Ghhyache(6637m) and different culture of different ethnic groups.
Bhairav Kunda trek could be the best trekking holidays for naturalists due to its incredible latitudinal range and an unusual geographical mix climate. This is a full organized trekking where there needs a full Sherpa team includes guide, porters and cook with full camping gears because there is no any tea house facility along the trekking route. This is non tourist trekking route. To getaway traffic of trekkers from popular trekking region like Everest, Annapurna and Everest, this is the good trekking option for you. Check it up the below trek itinerary of Bhairav kunda lake and for the best trekking package deal and customized trekking itinerary, enquire to trekking sales team of tour guide and trekking guide.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu.
We will meet you at airport and transfer to your hotel by private coach. We will be waiting you with your name written on paper at arrival exit door outside Kathmandu airport. The rest of the day is at leisure to adjust to the culture shock of medieval Kathmandu, with its bustling bazaars interspersed with shrines and temples and interesting architecture.
Day 2: Kathmandu Tour.
Kathmandu tour visit Kathmandu durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple and Swoyambhunath Stupa. Rest of the day finalizes trekking permit (TIMS), national park permit and final packing for the trekking and introduction meeting with your guide and helpers.
Day 3: Kathmandu (1350m) -Jalbire (1000m, 4 hours drive).
Drive 4 hours to Jalbire through a waterfall and some small Tamang villages to reach Jalbire.
Day 4: Jalbire - Chanute (1350m, 4/5 hours trek)
Trek through a waterfall and some small Tamang villages to reach Chanaute. It takes nearly 4 hours. Chanute is a small village where people belonging to the different cast of people live.
Day 6: Chanaute- Khani Gaun (2000m, 6/7 hours trek)
Walking thorough steep and challenging way, we reach Khani gaon aroundly after six hours. It is believed that people from Bhaktapur came here to save their life because there was war between Gorkha and Bhaktapur before Nepal unified and later settle down here.
Day 7: Khani Gaon - Forest Camp (3150m, 5/6 hours trek)
It is a steep uphill walk through the rhododendron forests. Its approximately five hours walk. While walk you could see lots of birds and may encounter wild animals.
Day 8: Forest Camp - Pati (3765m, 6/7 hours trek)
Walking through the pine and rhododendron forests takes six hour, you will reach Pati. Overnight stay camp.
Day 9: Pati - Bhairab Kunda (4250m, 3/4 hours)
Trek nearly 3 hours to Bhairav Kund. Bhairab Kund is a holy lake where is small temple of lord Shiva near the lake. Once every year during June/July, people from different parts of Nepal come to visit for pilgrimage and take a holy bath and pay homage to Lord Shiva. Overnight stay camp.
Day 10: Bhairab Kunda - Sherpa Gaun (2500m, 6/7 hours) after sunrise view.
Early morning walk to Bhairab Kund top to have a sunrise and close Mountain View of different mountain. And then walking steep down to Sherpa village. Overnight stay camp.
Day 11: Sherpa Gaun - Larcha (1500m, 4/5 hours) & visit hot spring on highway.
Trek four hours through the bank of the Bhote Koshi River to Larcha. Overnight stay camp.
Day 12: Larcha –Kathmandu.
It is the last day of trip. After six hour drive we return back to Kathmandu
Day 13: Free day in Kathmandu.
Have an opportunity to relax and reflect on your adventures and to complete any sightseeing and last-minute shopping. Overnight in hotel.
Day 14: Kathmandu Airport.
Transfer to Kathmandu airport for onwards destination.