Mardi Himal trekking is new open trails and a less crowded route comparison with the other most popular route. Locate in the impressive Annapurna region, the western part of Nepal. Annapurna area does not need any introduction, a beautiful place in the world. This is a new trekking route, open for traveler since 2012. This trek is suitable for all ages and physical fitness people.
This trek offers totally wilderness, eye-catching south facing view of Mardi Himal, Annapurna Ranges, Himchuli, Machhapuchere (Fishtail), the daily lifestyle of local indigenous communities and dense alpine and rhododendron forest, Green hill landscape. This is a perfect trekking trail to the real trekking enthusiast who wants to dive into the peace of Nature. The Glacier Adventure Company has carefully designed itinerary and acclimatizes safely. We have decades of experience team learned never to rush high altitude in the Himalayas.
This above Itinerary is a guideline and a standard pattern of what we provide. Our trips can be customized in your interest to accommodate your specific requirements. We also arrange Mardi Himal trekking without sightseeing and hotel arrangements.
NOTE: During the trips, weather conditions, local politics, transportation or multiple other factors. They are beyond our control so that can change Itinerary. However, Unlikely that Itinerary would be substantially altered, if necessary, Group leader will decide the best alternative, they change the best one of the whole group. Where a change does occur, we do everything best. We minimize its special effects but we cannot be responsible for the results of delays.
We will easily organize this trip on the dates requested by you. Please contact us for your customized departure date
It was organized very well by Glacier Adventures Mr Tilak and my guide sandeep with porter ganesh i had a good time trekking Mardi Himalayas. Nice view and i strongly recommend this company and its my Fourth trek with them did Everest Base camp 2013, annapurna Base camp in 2014 and Langtang Himalayas in 2016.
By Dr Kannan , Canada