GyajiKang Expedition

Facts of the Trip

Duration: 30 Days

Highest access: 7,100m

Group Size: Min 2 to Max 14

Location: Manang district

Grade: Strenuous/Adventure

Best season: Spring, Autumn

Culture: Cultural program with Special Dinner

Transportation: Private vehicle/Bus

Accommodation: Hotel /Camping/ Tea House

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner+Tea or Coffee

  • GyajiKang Expedition (7,100m)
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Mt. Gyajikang is one of the most popular destinations that follow through the remote Tibetan settlements villages of Nar and Phu near to the border between Tibet and Nepal northern part of Manang. This trail passes along the one of the most popular trekking destination of Annapurna circuit trekking route.

Mt. Gyajikang peak is situated in peri Himal North-East of Manang Valley that is opened only after 2002 as a climbing peak expedition. Since that only very few teams have been successfully climbed with their main object of research.  While Locating at Nar Phu Valley it is one of the most popular parts of Manang District. For the approach of the Gyajikang base camp, there are several routes such as direct route from Kathmandu to Nar and Phu as well as Marshyangdi River from Besi Shahar. Travelers trek along the Himalayan foothills and around the eastern end of the Annapurna region before to reach Qupara. As being one of the most popular trekking adventure trekking trails it offers best opportunity to experience Tibetan settlements settlement off influenced culture, tradition, the most striking landscape of Manang Valley and an ancient remarkable monastery and an incredible massif Himalayan ranges.  

Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu Airport altitude 1,400m, Welcome program by Himalayan Magic Treks and direct transfer to hotel on Bed & Breakfast
Day 02Preparation of expedition in Kathmandu
Day 03Drive from Kathmandu to Chame - Bagarchap and Overnight at Lodge.
Day 04Trek from Bagarchap to Koto and Overnight at Lodge.
Day 05Trek from Koto to Daramsala and Overnight at Camp.
Day 06Trek from Daramsala to Phu Khola and Overnight at Camp.
Day 07Trek from Phu Khola  to Gyajinkhan BC & Overnight at Camp
Day 08/24
Climbing period of  Gyajing Khang 7100m.
Day  25
Trek from base camp to Daramsala and Overnight at Camp.
Day  26
Trek from Daramsala to Dharapani and Overnight at Lodge.
Day  27
Trek from Dharapani to Shyange & Overnight at Lodge.
Day  28
Drive from Shyange to Kathmandu and directly transfer to the hotel on bed and breakfast basis.
Day  29
Free day in Kathmandu
Day  30
Departure to Airport for your onward destination, Services End of Himalayan Magic Treks

The Trip cost will vary depending on the Group Size duration of days and Services required please contact us via our email info@himalayanmagictreks.com with your Details to obtain a Quote.

Cost info:

  • 4 Nights 3 star hotel in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast
  • Climbing permit for Mt. Gyajing Khang Expedition
  • Trekking food-expedition food base camp Gyajing Khang
  • Expedition staff: base camp guide & cook, cook helper
  • Kathmandu- Shyang- Kathmandu private transportation
  • Drive to Shyange and trek to Gyajing Khang base camp
  • Equipment daily allowance for Liaison officer and staff
  • Life-medical-rescue-insurance Nepali expedition all staff  
  • 1 tent for 1 climber for use in Gyajing  Khang base camp
  • Dining- toilet - shower tent, table and chair for expedition
  • Private transportation in Kathmandu (airport-hotel-airport)
  • 1 member get 30kg personal climbing equipment to BC
  • Satellite phone (pay calls) per minutes system all country  
  • Solar panel for batteries charging & lights in base camp
  • Annapurna conservation permit- Gyajing Khang Expedition 7100m.
  • Fare well dinner with Typical Nepali restaurant

Cost Excludes

  • Personal equipment for climbing
  • High food, gas, stove above BC
  • Lunch, dinner in Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Emergency rescue evacuation
  • Personal expenses, Bar & beverage bills for expedition
  • Summit bonus for climbing guide
  • Garbage deposit
  • Fee will be not refunded if the climbers don’t take back their garbage
  • tips for staff and Guides.