One of the most beautiful areas, and one still largely off the tourist route, is that of Peekye Mountain (4070m), a very special mountain in that it is considered the protector of the Golla region.
Golla is a small Sherpa village of about 40 houses scattered over the slope of Peekye at an altitude of 3,060m, and dominated by a range of snow-capped mountains: Gaurishankar, Karylung, Numbur and Katanga. The religious life of this village is very vibrant thanks to its four small monasteries, all belonging to the Nyingmapa school of Tibetan Buddhism.
For those who like deep blue skies, snow and the mountain climate, autumn and winter are the best seasons to come. At the end of October or beginning of November (according to the lunar calendar), a great festival takes place in Chiwong monastery in which the monks perform the sacred dance festival of Mani Rimdu over a period of several days.
And at the end of March or beginning of April (according to the lunar calendar), a festival called Dumjee takes place in the monasteries of Golla and Junbeshi and the monks perform the sacred mask dances, which is also the same form of worship as the Mani Rimdu at Chiwong.
Each season of the year has its own beauty â€“ its own feel â€“ to make worthwhile a trip to this area.
Day 01: Arrive to Kathmandu (1300m)
Our company representative will pick up you from international airport and you will be transferred to hotel in Kathmandu (1300 meter)
Day 02: City tour
Our city guide will take you to historical places around Kathmandu valley which is also listed on world heritage sites by UNESCO. In the evening you will be given general information about trekking regarding Do and Dons during trekking and daily routine / schedule of trekking will be given to you by our tour guide every day.
Day 03: Fly to Phaplu (2470 m) and Junbesi (2670 m)
We start our journey with the flight from Kathmandu to Phaplu (2,470m) a small Sherpa town with an airport and from there we start walking and to Junbesi (2,670m). It takes around 2 hours. Ten minutes walking down to the east of Phaplu is Salleri, the headquarters of Solukhumbu district. On Saturdays, a great market takes place at a spot a 30-minute descent below Phaplu. There is a fine view of Mount Number to the north west of Phaplu.
Day 04: Junbesi visit to Thupten Choling Monastery (3140 m)
After breakfast we start our trek following the trail which leads to Thubten Chholing. The founder of this monastery is Trulshi Rinpoche, About five hundred monks and nuns are currently living in Thubten ChÃ¶ling.we can visit to this monastery. During walking we can have a look to several villages they are Idingma, Sumjingma and Mapung.
Day 05: Trek to Jase Bhangyang (3549m)
Our trek starts after breakfast fast and the trekking trail slowly ascend up and we get to the Shey-La monastery, where we can get some information regarding Buddhist culture. This is a good place from here whole Junbeshi valley and the lower valley of Salleri can be seen. From here then the trail heads flat forward to Traktur village. From this village the path goes crossing through forest into the valley. After few hours walk we arrive to Jase bhanjhyang.
Day 06: Trek to Chhamdingma (3600m)
Our trail again goes through into forest which is full of pine, juniper, different kinds of rhododendron and bamboo as well as colorful birds and wild animals. The lower part of the area is covered with deep forest. On the way to Chhamdingma the snow-capped mountains can be seen again.
Day 07: Trek to Pikye and Ngaur (3350m)
This day we wake early in the morning and walk up toward the top of Pikey peak. It is one of the best locations. From here we can observe beautiful scenery of world renowned mountain including Mt. Everest and other peaks around Kanchanjunga and Annapurna. From Pikey we walk to Ngaur from there, we can see the spectacular view of Dudh Kunda himal as well as Mt. Gaurishankar.
Day 08: Trek to Chaula Kharka (1460m)
After breakfast our trail goes continue to Chaula kharka village. The trail descends down and we walk through a forest which is full of National flower Rhododendrons. In spring the forest becomes red because of blooming rhododendron. Seeing the attractive beauty we arrive here at Chaulakharka. This village is the settlement of local Sherpa people and the main profession is framing.
Day 09: Trek to Bhandar (2190m)
We follow the trail which descends down upto the bottom at Likhu khola, where we can reach after average walking of two hours. This river is the border line of Ramechhap district.fro this river the trail ascend up and we go upwards to Bhandar it takes half an hour to get to there, it a Sherpa settlement where we can observe the traditional culture and warm hospitability.
Day 10: Bhandar to Jiri (1955m)
We start in the morning after breakfast and move forward to Jiri a big local market. From here the trail goes upward initially up to the village Deurali. On this day this Deurali becomes the highest point on our route. After here the trail descends down to Shivalaya. Where, we can study about culture of local residents Tamang and Newar people. Then from here we go forward to Jiri.
Return To Kathmandu
Day 11: Jiri to Kathmandu (1300 m)
The road passes through hilly area which offers us to view the field rural settlements and framing land as well as road side small markets and the jungles. When the weather is good, there are beautiful views of the snow-capped mountains after 7-8 hours driving Kathmandu can be reached.
Day 12: Reserve day
This is the day for looking around city and also for buying something as per your interest. We will have farewell dinner all together in Kathmandu on this evening.
Day 13: Departure
This day we will come to hotel and take you to airport on your given time for the final departure to home with wishing you a nice journey.
TheÂ most famous among the Himalayan people are the sherpas because of their impeccable mountaineering skill which has made them an indispensable part of mountain Trekking in eastern Nepal offers travellers many sources of pleasure, particularly the beauty of the landscape and the cheerfulness of the Sherpas. Some trekkers prefer the high altitude of the Khumbu area, while others enjoy walking in lower areas, where there are large number of fauna, flora and live culture.