Panch Pokhari Trek is one of the newly opened destinations and off the beaten treks in Nepal. This trek derives its name from the five ponds that lies in the Sindhupalchok district which is religiously significant according to the Hindu and Buddhist religions. Panch Pokhari is direct English translation as well means 5 ponds and these beautiful freshwater ponds rest on the laps of Jugal himal. The trail leading to these ponds is rich in biodiversity, cultural heritage and unsoiled natural beauty.
Panch Pokhari trek is one of the main features of Langtang national park. This trek gradually climbs up to 4000 meters and hence there are very faint chances of altitude sickness or whatsoever. Majority of the trail lies within the Langtang national park premises which leaves you with ample amount of opportunity to come face to face with a wildlife or explore the floral species.
However, since Panch Pokhari Trek is an off the beaten trek and started gaining its popularity as a trekking destination very recently, which leaves the primary section of the trail with no homestays, guesthouses or any sort of physical accommodation. This being the reason, Panch Pokhari Trek is a wonderful camping trek and an amazing wilderness experience.
|Trip Code: BT-116||Total Duration: 11 days|
|Destination: Family Friendly Trips||Best Time: March - May & Sept - Dec|
|Trip Grade: Moderate||Group Size: Min. 2 Pax|