About Panch Pokhari Trek
Panch Pokhari Trek is an adventurous journey that leads to a pilgrimage site of five holy lakes dedicated to Lord Shiva offering stunning landscape and Himalayan mountains views.
Panch Pokhari Trek leads to one of the less-visited and unspoiled parts of the Himalayas, which has a huge religious belief. The Panch Pokhari Trek itinerary is designed including ample rest days in between the trek to allow your body to adjust with the altitude as you gain elevation. Trekking through remote mountain villages and dense forests of rhododendron, pine, fir, oak, and juniper, you traverse the region. The trail offers a diverse range of flora and fauna.
Panch Pokhari region sees very few trekkers every year. Maybe because of this reason, the trail is underdeveloped in terms of basic tourist infrastructure. Therefore, camping is the major way of spending the night. The trail is less-crowded, perfect for anyone seeking solitude and distinct experience in the Himalayas. Likewise, you get to see many Himalayan Mountains and valleys on the way to Panch Pokhari.
Slowly Panch Pokhari Trek is coming into the light for travelers who are looking for less traveled treks in the Himalayas. The journey take you far away from your daily life and offer enough time to spend with yourself. The tranquil and calmness of the environment help you unwind yourself. Become part of this once in a lifetime journey with us, we make sure to organize a perfect Panch Pokhari Trek for you that suit your all need. For more information, contact us anytime.
Panch Pokhari is Less crowded trail
Panch Pokhari Trek is more visited by locals and pilgrims than foreign tourists. Not many travelers have explored this exotic part of Himalayas. As the only handful of people trek here, the trail is less crowded and offers solitude.
Get to see diverse flora and fauna
During the Panch Pokhari Trek, you trek through several dense forests, home of diverse species of flora and fauna. Forests of bamboo, rhododendron, pine, and other evergreen plants are part of the trail. Likewise, you get to see numerous wildlife like the Himalayan black bear, monkeys, Himalayan wild goat, musk deer, etc. Similarly, you also get to see many exotic birds like cuckoos, macaws, doves, trogons, kingfishers, tree swifts, pigeons, barn owls, woodpeckers, barbet honeyguides, hoopoes, bee-eaters, etc
Trek through picturesque villages and experience the rich culture of Sherpa, Tamang, Rai, and Limbu
The trail passes through many beautiful villages like Sano Okhareni, Kami Kharka, Hile Bhanjyang, Narsim Pati, Dhap, etc. All of these villages are resided by people from different communities. You get to see the lifestyle of the locals and their daily chores. Likewise, you get to see their rich culture and traditions. Along the trail, you will come across many ancient temples and monasteries.
Explore Panch Pokhari
Panch Pokhari is a holy lake and pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. There are five small lakes that imply the word Panch Pokhari. Each lake has different names and is derived from Lord Shiva. This lake is visited by many pilgrims from all over the world especially during the Janai Purnima to worship and dip in the lake.
Witness stunning views of the Himalayas and unspoiled scenery
This adventurous journey offers breath-taking views of Himalayan mountains like Dorje Lakpa (6,966m), Phurbi Chhyachu (6,637m), Madiya (6,257m), Gauri Shankar (7,134 m), Langtang Himal (7,234 m), Jugal Himal Range (8,013 m), etc. Likewise, you get to see a stunning landscape throughout the trail.