Chepang Hill Siraichuli Trek


Fri Mar 08 2024 at 06:00 am to Sat Mar 09 2024 at 07:00 pm


Buddha Mall | Kathmandu, BA

‼️Get ready for another exciting adventure! ‼️

"Siraichuli Trek" is one of the underrated treks in Nepal. It is a newly opened trail that introduces you to the Chepang community and its unique culture. Siraichuli Trekking got its name from Siraichuli Peak, the highest hill peak of Chitwan District. Siraichuli hill peak at 1945m commands spectacular views of majestic mountains Like Dhaulagiri, Gaurisankhar, Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Annapurna and Manaslu, and the Terai belt of the southern region of Nepal. Travelers trek to Siraichuli peak to admire stunning sunrise and sunset views from the hill peak.
Stay at a thpical homestay at Chibang.
➡️Major Attractions :
▶️Underrated Gem: Siraichuli Trek is an underrated trek in Nepal, offering a unique experience away from more popular routes.
▶️Chepang Community: Explore the Chepang community, gaining insights into their distinct culture, adding cultural richness to the trek.
▶️Siraichuli Peak: Named after the highest hill peak in Chitwan District, the trek provides breathtaking views from Siraichuli Peak at 1945m, including Dhaulagiri, Gaurisankhar, Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Annapurna, and Manaslu.
▶️Spectacular Mountain Views: Enjoy panoramic vistas of majestic mountains, creating a stunning backdrop for the trek, enhancing the overall experience.
▶️Terai Belt Scenery: Witness the beauty of the Terai belt in the southern region of Nepal, offering diverse landscapes during the trek.
▶️Sunrise and Sunset Views: Trek to Siraichuli Peak for awe-inspiring sunrise and sunset views, providing memorable moments for travelers.
▶️Homestay Experience: Immerse yourself in the local culture by staying at a typical homestay in Hattibang, fostering a deeper connection with the community.
Let's embark on a journey that promises not only natural beauty but also the rich tapestry of Nepali culture and history.
Event Date:
Friday, 08 March, 2024( 25 Falgun, 2080)
• Meeting Point: Machhapokhari, Balaju
• Departure Time: 6:00 AM Sharp
• Trek grade : Easy - Medium
• Maximum altitude : 1945M
▶️Day 1 : Kathmandu - Hugdi Khola - (3hrs/ 85 km)
-Hike up from Hugdikhola - Kotadada - Hattibang -
Chebang(15 km/5hrs approx)
-Explore Chebang and Chepang' s village
-Evening hangout with dinner, campfire, and shared accommodation provided at local homestay at Chebang
▶️Day 2 :
-Hike up ti Siraichuli peak for 1.5 hours explore around and hike down to Mowa Khola (15 km 3.5 hrs approx) and drive back to Kathmandu
Participation Cost :
Nrs 5,500/- per person.
* Price Includes:
- KTM - Hugdihola - Mowa Khola - KTM ground transportation
-Lunch on day 1 and day 2
- Dinner and breakfast at Chepang's community homestay
- Evening hangout with campfire & storytelling
- Shared accommodation at Chepang's community homestay
- Sleeping bag provided and need to carry by your own
- Experienced local guide
- First aid kit for emergency.
* Price Excludes
- Insurance and evacuation expenses
- Mineral Water.
- Drinking Beverage Items excluding welcome drinks.
- Cultural programs(upon request only)
- Other personal expenses.
- Travel Insurance.
Note :
-5% cashback for sharing the WTA's page event details on your facebook wall not late than 5 days before the event and sharing pictures and videos posted by WTA page after event.
Note : Separate price is leviable to foreign nationals.
Equipments and Gears Checklist :
▶️Backpack: 35 - 40 L
▶️Rain Jacket/Raincoat
▶️Moisturizing cream / Vaseline
▶️Trekking pole / Stick
▶️Trekking Shoes (full ankle and waterproof shoes with good grip)
▶️Trekking Trousers / Trekking shorts
▶️Windstopper jacket/Warm jackets
▶️Inner Wear
▶️Water bottle
▶️Basic medicines
▶️Moov spray or cream
Payments and deadlines :
For Participation you need to deposit NRS 2,500/- by 03 March in the given account details :
Nabil Bank Limited, Any Branches
Ac Holder Name : Rikesh Koirala
Ac no – 0210017550217
Esewa id : 9841729236
Please send us the picture of deposited bank voucher or screenshot of Esewa for the confirmation of your participation by 04 March.
Note: The deposited amount is non-refundable and cannot be transferred to our next event.
Hiking Rules and Guidelines:
1. Respect for Nature:
- Participants are not allowed to play music on speakers or engage in any activities that may disturb the natural environment and wildlife during the hike.
- Maintain a quiet and peaceful atmosphere to enhance the overall hiking experience and respect the serenity of the surroundings.
2. Litter-Free Trails:
- Participants must refrain from littering on the trail. Follow our "Clean As We Go" campaign by collecting and properly disposing of any trash encountered during the hike.
- Carry a small trash bag and ensure that all waste, including wrappers and non-biodegradable items, is securely packed and taken back to designated disposal points.
3. Group Cohesion:
- Maintain group cohesion throughout the hike, and stick together as a unit. This ensures the safety of all participants and allows for a more organized and enjoyable experience.
- Follow the guidance of the experienced local guide and hike coordinators to ensure a smooth and coordinated journey.
4. Responsible Photography:
- While capturing the scenic beauty, wildlife, and cultural aspects, participants are encouraged to practice responsible photography.
- Avoid disturbing wildlife for the sake of a photograph and respect the privacy and traditions of local communities encountered along the trail.
5. Wildlife Observation:
- Keep a safe distance from wildlife to avoid disturbing their natural behavior. Do not feed or attempt to interact with animals encountered during the hike.
- If you encounter any rare or endangered species, notify the local guide to ensure appropriate actions are taken for conservation purposes.
6. Leave No Trace:
- Adhere to the principle of "Leave No Trace" by minimizing your impact on the environment. Avoid picking plants, disturbing rocks, or engaging in activities that could harm the natural habitat.
- Follow established trails and avoid creating new paths to preserve the integrity of the ecosystem.
7. Safety First:
- Prioritize personal safety and the safety of others. Follow the instructions provided by the hike coordinators and be mindful of potential hazards along the trail.
- Carry essential safety equipment, including a first aid kit, and promptly report any injuries or emergencies to the hike leaders.
8. Respect for Local Culture:
- When interacting with local communities, show respect for their customs, traditions, and privacy. Seek permission before taking photographs of individuals or cultural events.
- Support local businesses by respecting their property and purchasing any goods or services responsibly.
Further Information :
Rikesh Koirala : 9801910218
WhatsApp/Viber : +9779841729236
Email : [email protected]

Where is it happening?

Buddha Mall, Balaju- 16,Kathmandu, Nepal

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