• Snow mountains, Green hills, and cultivated lands.
  • Friendly and indigenous people of Tamang and Gurung 
  • Hot spring baths
  •  wild animals, Mountain Thahar, Danfe, Monal, and Musk dears. 

About Rubi Valley - Ganesh Himal - 7 days

This trip is highlighted by the views of Mt. Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Manaslu. It is the trip that is free of carbon emissions.  The trip starts with a 3 hrs bus drive to Betrwati. Trek starts from here through the cultivated lands and typical Nepalese residences. Trail hikes up to 4600 mt high from the sea level crossing Singla pass. Singla Pass gives you panoramic  mountain views of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Langtang, and Jugal Himal  and the line of green hills towards the south. Entering the Ruby Valley will give you a feeling of being at home in nature. Tamang and Gurung's people are the endogenous inhabitant of this valley, who are Buddhist by religion.

Growing millet, Maize, potatoes, barley, and keeping sheep, and yaks are the main profession in this area.  Finding various colors of Rubi in this valley gives the name of valley Ruby. The mountain Viagra (Yarsha Gompa) is also found in the lap of Ganesh Himal. Natural Hotspring located in Chalis village gives you the enjoyment of a hot spring bath in between the trip. 



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Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

you will be welcome at TIA airport by our company representative. Transfer to the hotel checked-in hotel —Briefing about your trip.  Leisure evening. Welcome dinner will be managed at the hotel restaurant with Nepalese traditional meals.

  • Accommodation3 stars hotel
  • MealsOn your own
  • PlaceKathmandu
  • Max. Altitude1375 m

Visit the world heritage sites Soyambhunath, Pashupathinath, and Bouddha Nath by a private vehicle with our company city guide.

  • Accommodation3 stars hotel
  • Mealson you own
  • PlaceKathmandu
  • Max. Altitude1375 m

Driving will be with fantastic views of eight thousand meters of snow peaks Mt. Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, and Nuwakot Valley along the Trisuli River. Bhalche is a cultural village of the ethnic tribe of Tamang and Brhamin people. 

  • AccommodationTented camp
  • MealsFrom our kitchen
  • PlaceBhalche

5 hours accent to Gongar Kharka.  on the way visit a Buddhist Monastery.  Your camp will be in the middle of the forest. A very silent camp gives you a sense of meditation itself. 

  • AccommodationTented Camp
  • MealsFrom our kitchen
  • PlaceGonger

his is a special day of this trip. Being on Singla's top 4600 meters from sea level gives you a panoramic view of 4 eight thousand meters of snow mountains: Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Manaslu, and Mt. Xisha Pangma. Ganesh Himal looks in front of you on your level. toward the northeast Langtang Himal, Jugal Himal, and Mt. Gauri Shankar. The south view of Nuwakot valley, Dhading, and Gorkha with the green hills ranges gives you another feeling of the world at once. Blue sky over the Tibetan Plateau across the Himalayas will be seen widely.  viewing Ganesh Himal in front of your tents gives you great sleep and dreams of life. 

  • AccommodationTented Camp
  • Mealsfrom our own Kitchen
  • PlaceYak Kharka

Easy day descending down to Sertung village. Shertung village is located just in the south lap of Ganesh Himal. a settlement of the Indigenous people, Gurung and Tamang.  The day walk is through the high pine tree and bamboo forest. On the way visit a Buddhist monastery.  Evening welcome program by the locals with their cultural dances. 

  • AccommodationTented Camp
  • MealsFrom our own kitchen
  • PlaceSrrtung

Today seeing Ganesh Himal backward. After breakfast is served from our kitchen, easy descend to Jharlang along the Ankhu Khola.  Experiencing the local farming lands, customs accross the villages Uiwa, and Borang. 

  • AccommodationTented Camp
  • Mealsfrom our kitchen
  • PlaceJharlang

After breakfast in the morning, starts with a four-wheel drive to Dhading Bensee for 2.5 hours. Drive will be adventurous along because of the rough hilly streets and across the different green hills. Lunch in a restaurant in Dhading bensee, than continue to Kathmandu by a private van or, bus.  Arrive in confortable beds at the 3 stars hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Accommodation3 stars hotel
  • MealsOn your own
  • PlaceKathmandu

This is your buffer day. You can make a plan of visiting Bhaktapur city, which is one of the eldest cities in Nepal settled by the Indigenous people Newar. The city is full of various handicrafts and ancient temples and heritages. 

Farewell dinner will be within a restaurant with cultural dances and Nepalese dishes for your enjoyment. 

  • Accommodation3 stars hotel
  • MealsOn your own
  • PlaceKathmandu

Our company representative will pick you up from the hotel and transfer to TIA airport for your departure to your home country flight, wishing a pleasant journey for you with the various memories from our Hiamlayan Kingdom of Nepal.

    What's Included

    1. Airport transfers by car/private vehicle.

    2. Entry fees of the Kathmandu valley sightseeing of the world heritage sites as per the itinerary.

    3. Private vehicle drive to the Trekking starting point and from the ending to Kathmandu.

    4. All the Camp gear, camp staff, Camping charges, kitchen utility fuels, and food supply.

    5. Trekking permit (TIMS) card and the national park entry fees.

    6. One English-speaking, Govt license holding guide.

    7. Company guarantee for the emergency Rescue service (clients are required to have travel insurance which covers the medical supplies and the Helicopter rescue service in any emergency cases). 

    8. Star hotel in Kathmandu on a double bed basis with breakfast.

    9. Farewell dinner at a cultural program restaurant. 

    10. staff's Insurance and Government Tax/Vat.

    11. Local home stay with all the local meals from the local tea houses or, from the family on the lodge trekking.

    11. Airport departure by Car/Van on departure.





    International airfares.

    Nepal entry visa fee.

    Travel Insurance 

    Nature of personal expenses. Such as Donations to the local schools, monasteries, charity funds, and buying any souvenirs from the locals.

    Bottles of Mineral water or, any chocolate bars, Coke, Fanta, and any alcoholic drinks.

    Gratuities to the trekking staff and drivers. 

    Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.