Bhairav Kunda Trekking

Bhairav Kunda Trek is famous among the spiritual tourists, who want to visit the spiritual pilgrimage site called Bhairav Kunda and the place is sacred pilgrimage sites for Shamans for both Hindus and Buddhists devotees.

Bhairav Kunda trek is least explored routes in Nepal, only the devotees of Hindus and Buddhists visit this high sacred mountain lake to pay homage and take a bath especially in full moon of the August, because there is belief that if one take bath in this holy lake one washes away all the sins that s/he committed throughout her/his life.

Bhairav Kunda Trek starts with a day drive from Kathmandu to Chanaute and the trek goes along the old trade route that lies between Nepal and Tibet, especially through the numbers of Buddhist villages. You pass many Chortens and houses of Sherpa people & spectacular views of mountains of Tibet and the Jugal Himalayas section of the Nepal Himalayan Range to reach the Bhairav Kunda. You stay overnight at Khani Gaun, forest camp and Pani. You trek to Bhairav Kunda view point to views the great Himalayas and trek to Sherpa Gaun then to Larche to take drive to Kathmandu.

Bhairav Kunda Trek is virgin trekking trails in Nepal, So, lodges and tea houses are not built in this trail yet. Only camping trekking style has to be organized for this route. Bhairav Kunda Trek is available from Outfitter Nepal Treks and Expedition and look at the detail of the trekking plan and contact us for the booking. Let us know if the given itinerary is not suitable for you as we are happy to make the tailor-make and customize trek to Bhairav Kunda.

Trip Cost:
$ 1099 USD
  • Destination: Nepal
  • Duration: 11 Days
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Group Size: 01-14
  • Max. Altitude: NA
  • Transportation: Private vehicle/Local Bus
  • Meals: Breakfast in cities and Full board on Trek
  • Accommodation: 2/3 star cities and tented camp on trek
  • Single supplimnet: 400.00
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