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Sailung Trek.

A pleasure walk into the sublime hills with misty atmosphere, Sailung trek is a finest trekking trail. Though it is a less frequented trekking tail in Nepal, Sailung trekking amazes you with fascinating natural basin, spectacular scenes of the fast flowing rivers and rich flora and fauna.

Sailung Trekking is Non Tourist Area, which provides incredible panoramic view of the Himalaya. This trek starts from Dolakha in eastern part of Nepal and you will arrive in Lamche Pokhari from where commence the trek for Sailung to the low land area of close eastern part of the Katmandu. Main highlight of Sailung Trekking is to see the magnificent views of eastern part of Himalayas of Nepal and encounter with several different ethnic people and interesting experience about socio-economic situation, life style and their professions. Specially, people like this area very much who are interested to visit to the non- tourist area for the nature and culture both.

A journey filled with fun, adventure and pleasure, Sailung Trekking is definitely an experience of a life time. Providing you the eternal moments and warm memories during your precious time is our goal.

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Trek Info

  • Duration of trekking :17 days
  • Grade : Moderate
  • Type of Trek : Camping
  • Recommended season : Spring / Autumn / Winter
  • Trekking starting point : Kathmandu / Mudebazar
  • Trekking ending point : Narayanthan / Kathmandu
  • Trekking ending point : 2950 m


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Cost Included/Excluded

What's included

  • Airport/Hotel/ pick up and drop-off
  • All ground local transportation
  • Three night’s hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with BB basis.
  • Full board meals as per itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Necessary Trekking Permit and all national park fees.
  • All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the trek.
  • Expert bilingual, government license holder Guide.
  • Domestic flight for the guide if required.
  • Kathmandu valley sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Trekking Porter as required (usually 1 porter for 2 members)
  • Necessary Trekking equipment such as sleeping bag, down jacket.
  • Travel Insurance of our staffs.
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service, which will be paid by your Travel insurance company.
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
  • All government taxes, vat and service charges.
  • Fare well dinner.

What's not included

  • Nepal entry visa fee, which can be issued on your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport – Kathmandu).
  • All International airfares
  • Travel insurance.
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Your personal expenses such as gratuity (recommended), gifts etc.
  • Cold drinks and beverages
  • Emergency Rescue and Evacuation cost or any types of travel insurance


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