Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Himal Trek 10 Days

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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:


Group Size:

2 to 30 peoples.


Flight/private transport.


Best available.

Best season:

Spring and autumn.



Tour type:




Trekking Region

Annapurna Region

 Trip Highlights

  • Mardi Himal Trek is a relatively short and less crowded trekking route in the Annapurna region of Nepal,
  • Mardi Himal Trek provides breathtaking views of majestic peaks such as Annapurna, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), and Hiunchuli.
  • The trail passes through lush rhododendron forests, charming villages, and alpine meadows, offering Compared to popular trekking routes like Annapurna Base Camp or Everest Base Camp, Mardi Himal Trek is less crowded, providing a more tranquil trekking experience.
  • Along the trekking route, trekkers have the opportunity to interact with local communities such as Gurungs and Magars, experiencing their unique culture, traditions, and hospitality. 
  • Mardi Himal Trek offers diverse terrain, including forested trails, terraced farmlands, and high alpine pastures.
  • Trekkers traverse through rhododendrons and oak forests, crossing streams and rivers, and ascending to higher altitudes, providing a varied and exciting trekking experience.
  • The trek culminates at Mardi Himal Base Camp, situated at an altitude of about (4,500) meters (14,764 feet), offering panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.
  • Trekkers can witness the stunning sunrise over the Annapurna range from the base camp, creating unforgettable memories.
  • The trek involves ascending to higher altitudes gradually, allowing for acclimatization. With proper preparation and a reasonable level of fitness, most trekkers can undertake this adventure.
  • Mardi Himal Trek typically takes around 5 to 7 days to complete, making it an ideal choice for trekkers with limited time. 


The Mardi Himal trek is one of the best treks.  The trek is a wonderful introduction to the mountain of Nepal, which is a limited-time trek. It is long- just over a week long. It is a stunningly beautiful trek, taking you up through ancient rhododendron forest, to what feels like the face of the mountain themselves, as you get up close and personal with Annapurna south, Himachali, Machhpuchhre, Gangpurna, Annapurna first and Mardi Himal. Some trekkers make their way to the spectacular Mardi Himal base camp at the base of Mardi Hima land the beautiful and imposing Fishtail. The trail is whole in the colorful rhododendron forest until you climb out around (3,300m). Here is the landscape, panoramic of the mountain, and jungle safari as well as amazing views of the Mardi Himal trek.

The Mardi Himal Trek is a hidden gem in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Often overshadowed by the more famous Annapurna Base Camp and Poon Hill treks, the Mardi Himal Trek offers an equally captivating adventure with a fraction of the crowds. This trek is known for its striking mountain vistas, serene forests, and the vibrant culture of the local Gurung and Magar communities. Here's a comprehensive overview of this enchanting trek. This trek is much easier compared to another trek. you going to steps is (4,850m) just for this trek. but much scenery, and spectacular views from close to the base camp entire Annapurna range.

Location and Accessibility

Mardi Himal is a peak located in the Annapurna region of Nepal, rising to an altitude of 5,587 meters. The Mardi Himal Trek primarily traverses the lower regions of this peak, offering spectacular views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machapuchare (Fishtail), and Mardi Himal itself. The journey typically begins in Pokhara, a popular tourist hub, from where a short drive takes trekkers to Kande or Phedi, the usual starting points of the trek.

Duration and Scenic Highlights

The trek can be completed in 5 to 7 days, making it a relatively short trek compared to others in the region. The standard route takes trekkers through a variety of landscapes, from lush green forests to alpine meadows and high ridges. The Mardi Himal Trek is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes. The trek offers some of the most stunning views in the Himalayas, including close-up vistas of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machapuchare, as well as sweeping panoramas of the entire Annapurna range. The trek also takes you through diverse ecosystems, from subtropical forests and rhododendron groves to rugged high-altitude terrain.

One of the unique aspects of this trek is the Mardi Himal Base Camp, situated at 4,500 meters, which provides an unparalleled vantage point to observe the towering peaks and the dramatic landscapes of the Annapurna Sanctuary.

Cultural Experience

While the natural beauty of the Mardi Himal Trek is a significant draw, the cultural experience is equally enriching. The trail passes through several traditional villages where trekkers can experience the local lifestyle and hospitality. The Gurung and Magar communities dominate this region, known for their rich cultural heritage, traditional architecture, and warm hospitality. Staying in local teahouses provides an intimate glimpse into the daily lives of these communities.

Flora and Fauna

The Mardi Himal Trek is also a journey through a rich tapestry of flora and fauna. The lower altitudes are covered with lush forests of rhododendron, oak, and bamboo, which gradually give way to alpine meadows and barren high-altitude landscapes. This diverse range of habitats supports a variety of wildlife, including deer, monkeys, and numerous bird species, making the trek a paradise for nature lovers.

Trekking Conditions and Best Time to Visit

The Mardi Himal Trek is suitable for trekkers of moderate fitness levels, although some sections can be steep and challenging. The best time to undertake this trek is during the pre-monsoon (March to May) and post-monsoon (September to November) seasons. During these periods, the weather is generally clear and stable, offering the best views of the mountains and the vibrant blooming of rhododendrons in spring.

Accommodation and Facilities

Accommodation along the Mardi Himal Trek is primarily in teahouses, which provide basic but comfortable lodging and meals. These teahouses are typically family-run, offering simple rooms, shared facilities, and communal dining areas. The menu usually includes a variety of local and international dishes, with staples like dal bhat (rice and lentils), noodles, and momos (dumplings).


The Mardi Himal Trek is a perfect blend of adventure, culture, and natural beauty. It offers a less crowded alternative to the more popular treks in the Annapurna region, allowing for a more intimate and serene experience. Whether you are an experienced trekker or a novice looking for a memorable Himalayan journey, the Mardi Himal Trek provides a captivating and fulfilling adventure.

Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival (TIA) at Kathmandu (1,340m./4,264ft.) and transfor to hotel..

Welcome to you all my honorable guests in Nepal. When you guys landed time we were standing outside on the ground of the airport. I or my staff is ready to welcome you at the airport when you come out. after that, we were ready to go hotel. the vehicle is there ready to pick up you. so we are together until to your hotel we reach the hotel. the hotel staff is ready to welcome you with juice, tea, or water and what they have. and take a moment to rest over there. so after half an hour's rest, you will go to the market for some shopping for the trek which is important that gives you advice from your guide.

Day 2 : by flight or drive to Pokhara (960)m.

The earlier morning we had breakfast at the hotel. the tourist bus is at 7 o'clock and leaves from Kathmandu. it takes to time 7-8 hours to get to Pokhara. the Kathmandu to Pokhara drive is a fantastic road like snakes. we will see Greenland, Trishuli River, and Riverside Resort, doubling as the lunch spots. the food is standard roadside fare- dal-bhat, vegetable noodles, and many items as you like.

we will see some mountains too. the road passes many small villages, and rural towns and the scenes from the window. We must cross the Trishuli River bridge through Dumre to the Pokhara.

Day 3 : Drive to Kade and trek to Deurali (2,200)m.

Today we are going to trek uphill. After your breakfast vehicle is ready on the ground at your hotel. and The vehicle picks up you still in Kade village. The kade elevation is (1,770m). From Kade, have to start our trek 1, and half hour climb up to the beautiful viewpoint and hamlet of Australian camp. there are altitudes of (2,100m). now from the Australian camp to Pothana and Deurali is an easier way just flat. where we are staying the first night.

Day 4 : Trek to Low Camp (2,900)m. from Deurali.

On this day also has breakfast at the hotel and continues to walk. From Deurali we leaving the Annapurna base camp trail because we are going to the Mardi Himal base camp trek. From the right side continue along a quiet trail through a dense forest of oak, maple, hemlock, and rhododendron. When we walk for 4 hours to get lunch place is called forest camp. there are 5-6 tea houses. we spent the time for lunch 1-hour break and again continued the to low camp inside the forest climb up. where we spend the second night there are 4-5 lodges.

Day 5 : Trek to High Camp (3,584)m. from Low Camp.

2-hours climb through the rhododendron forest takes us to the middle camp via Badal Dada offers a stunning view of Mardi Himal, Annapurna South, Himachali, and Gangapurna. Machhapuchhre and Mardi Himal itself. the trail continues along the Mardi Himal ridge mainly on grass and some isolated rhododendron bushes along the way. we will see colorful Danphe, pheasant on this section of the trail. the lodge is the biggest and most beautiful top of the hill than the low camp and forest camp. we will see panoramic mountain views, the landscape from high camp, and Pokhara city so we can see from there. where we going to sleep high elevation today and this is our last camp also for the high elevation.

Day 6 : Trek to Mardi Base Camp 4,515)m. and back to Low camp.

The plan for today is to wake up early morning for a sunrise view of the mountain and walk up the ridge toward the Mardi Himal base camp. there are well-established trails through the grass with a couple of steeper sections however overall not too challenging. in the summer the sheep and goats are brought from lower villages to graze in this area so you will pass several herder's huts along the way. after 3 hours we should reach base camp at the elevation (4,515m) where you enjoy the panorama and spectacular views. ok, we enjoyed the view half an hour from base camp and then descended back to high camp had lunch, and back to low camp for the night.

Day 7 : Back to Siddhi village (1,790)m. from Low camp.

On the way back to descend, we take a different route completing a circuit from low camp. there is a trail that goes down to the Siding village rather than going back down Mardi Himal back to Kokar. Siding is the traditional Nepalese village and is still very much away from the busier modern tourist trek and you will likely stay at a homestay in siding. it is a wonderful cultural experience finding out more about village life and you will probably eat traditional food in the evening with the family in their kitchen.

Day 8 : Trek till to Lumre and drive to Pokhara.

From Siding, you walk out the road heading to Lumre, on the way from Siding you will pass the village of Kalimati and Ghalel. The Kalimati is a mainly Brahmin village with Ghale and siding mixed baramin and Gurung. At Lumre you will meet Jeep it's organized by (the Unique Sherpa Trek & expedition) company. when you will catch the jeep and drive back to Pokhara.

Day 9 : Back to Kathmandu by fly or drive from Pokhara.

In the morning had breakfast in the hotel B&B includes a hotel. after breakfast prepare the luggage and be ready to go to the airport for the flight. It drops you from the hotel at the domestic airport. The car is arranged by the company. Pokhara to Kathmandu is just 25 minutes only by flight.

No, if you don't want to ride an airplane you have to go by tourist bus also available there. The hotel provides you with a drop till at the tourist bus park and you could catch the bus and drive to Kathmandu. it is 7-8 hours to get to Kathmandu by bus. Today is the last night in Nepal so today provided a farewell dinner together by the company to all of you.

Day 10 : Finally departure.

If you've just completed a trek or a journey, departing may involve returning home, celebrating your achievements, and taking a well-deserved break. Departing might be an opportunity to rest, recover, and reflect on your recent adventure before planning the next one. Reconnecting with family and friends after an expedition can be a fulfilling aspect of departing.

What Is Included ?

  • Pick-up from the airport and transportation to the hotel.
  • 2-night hotel in Kathmandu in the (3-star) hotel. 
  • Domestic flight tickets (Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu) and airport departure taxes.
  • (100% Waterproof) Duffle bag to keep your personal belongings and things to be carried by the porter.
  • 3 times meal and tea/coffee during the trek.
  • Professional guide, assistant guide, and porters (size of the travel groups) during the trek.
  • Permit, TIMS, and national park entry fee.
  • All wages, and medical kits for the groups and staff.
  • Insurance for the guide and porters.
  • Appreciation Certificate after the successful trek by Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition. 
  • Farewell dinner at Kathmandu before departure. Tea/Coffee with the meal.

What Is Excluded?

  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and also in case of early return than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Extra baggage check-in during the flight (Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu) if more than 15 KG, extra, can be paid directly to the airline.
  • Tips for guides and porters.
  • Any kinds of meals during your stay in Kathmandu (except farewell dinner).
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival late departure, or early return from the trek.
  • Rescue, medicine, medical tests, repatriation, hospitalization, and expenses for the trek.
  • Any internet, hot shower, drinking water, alcohol, cold drink laundry.
  • Additional costs suffered due to causes beyond our control, such as natural disasters, weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, emergency evacuation, changes in government policies, strikes, and so forth.
  • Insurance for clients.
  • Personal trekking gear.
  • Any other items not included in the above (cost included) section.


NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be refundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.

Route Map

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Mardi Himal Trek is a trekking route in the Annapurna region of Nepal, offering stunning views of the Himalayas, including peaks like Annapurna, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), and Mardi Himal itself.

The duration of the Mardi Himal Trek typically ranges from 5 to 7 days, depending on the starting point and the trekker's pace. It can be customized to suit different time frames.

The best time to do the Mardi Himal Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is clear, and the views are spectacular. These months offer stable weather conditions and comfortable temperatures for trekking.

The Mardi Himal Trek is considered moderately challenging. While it does involve ascending to higher altitudes, the trail is well-marked, and the gradients are manageable. Trekkers with a moderate level of fitness should be able to undertake this trek.

Mardi Himal Base Camp is situated at an altitude of approximately 4,500 meters (14,764 feet) above sea level. Trekkers can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks from this vantage point.

Yes, trekkers need to obtain the necessary permits for the Mardi Himal Trek. This typically includes the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. These permits can be obtained through authorized agencies or the Nepal Tourism Board.

Accommodation along the Mardi Himal Trek route ranges from teahouses and guesthouses to basic lodges. These accommodations provide simple but comfortable facilities such as rooms with twin beds, shared bathrooms, and communal dining areas. It's advisable to carry a sleeping bag for added comfort.

While it's not mandatory to hire a guide for the Mardi Himal Trek, if you take a guide it is much better and more secure to have your full trip. a local guide can enhance the trekking experience by providing insights into the local culture, navigating the trail, and ensuring safety. Solo trekkers should exercise caution and carry essential navigation tools and maps.

Essential items to pack for the Mardi Himal Trek include appropriate trekking clothing, sturdy hiking boots, a sleeping bag, toiletries, sunscreen, a first aid kit, water purification tablets, and a camera to capture the stunning scenery.

Yes, it's possible to combine the Mardi Himal Trek with other treks in the Annapurna region, such as the Annapurna Base Camp Trek or the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, to create longer and more diverse trekking itineraries. Trekkers can customize their routes according to their preferences and time constraints.

Additional Information

Scenic Beauty and Breathtaking Views: The Mardi Himal Trek offers unparalleled scenic beauty and breathtaking views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountain ranges. Trekkers can enjoy panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks, lush valleys, terraced fields, and pristine forests throughout the trek.

Off-the-Beaten-Path Experience: The Mardi Himal Trek provides an off-the-beaten-path experience away from the crowds of more popular trekking routes in the Annapurna region. Trekkers can enjoy peaceful trails, tranquil surroundings, and a sense of wilderness exploration in this relatively undiscovered trekking destination.

Cultural Encounters and Local Communities: Along the Mardi Himal Trek, trekkers have the opportunity to interact with local communities of Gurung and Magar ethnic groups. Visiting traditional villages, experiencing local hospitality, and learning about the unique culture and lifestyle of the inhabitants enriches the trekking experience.

Varied Terrain and Ecological Diversity: The Mardi Himal Trek traverses diverse terrain and ecological zones, including rhododendron forests, alpine meadows, and high mountain passes. Trekkers can witness the transition in landscapes and ecosystems, spotting a variety of flora and fauna along the way.

Side Trip to High Camp and Mardi Himal Base Camp: A side trip to High Camp and Mardi Himal Base Camp offers trekkers the opportunity to trek to higher elevations and enjoy closer views of the majestic Mardi Himal peak. The trek to High Camp presents additional challenges but rewards with stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

Sunrise and Sunset Views from Viewpoints: Trekking to viewpoints such as Pothana, Forest Camp, Low Camp, and High Camp provides trekkers with mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views over the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre ranges. These magical moments are perfect for photography and capturing unforgettable memories of the trek.

Camping and Teahouse Accommodation Options: Accommodation options on the Mardi Himal Trek include both camping and teahouse stays. Trekkers can choose to camp in scenic locations along the trail or stay in teahouses in villages along the route, enjoying warm hospitality and basic amenities.

Fitness and Altitude Preparation: While the Mardi Himal Trek is considered moderate in terms of difficulty, trekkers should have a good level of fitness and stamina to tackle the steep ascents and descents along the trail. Proper altitude preparation, including gradual acclimatization and staying hydrated, is essential to prevent altitude-related illnesses.

Sustainable Tourism Practices: Practicing sustainable tourism principles is essential to minimize the environmental impact of the Mardi Himal Trek and support local communities. Trekkers should adhere to Leave No Trace principles, minimize waste, and support eco-friendly initiatives that promote responsible trekking in the region.

Guided vs. Independent Trekking Options: Trekkers have the option to choose between guided and independent trekking on the Mardi Himal Trek. While guided treks provide the convenience of expert local guides, logistical support, and cultural insights, independent trekkers can enjoy more flexibility and freedom to explore at their own pace.


During the trekking, you could see many trekkers wearing expensive outdoor fashion equipment but we recommend you prepare comfortable and durable equipment. Trekking equipment is essential for anyone planning outdoor adventures, whether it's a day hike or a multi-day expedition. Below is a list of names of crucial equipment.


Cloth of trekkers,

Down Jacket: You could take on rent in Kathmandu if you don’t have

Thermal Baselayer Set: It is your second skin; bring the best quality (2 sets)

Fleece Pullover Hoodie: keeping you warm even if moisture condenses on the inside when it rains.

Light Weight Thermal Tops: It is comfortable when you don’t use a base layer

Waterproof Jacket and paints: recommended water, rain, and snowproof (if in case of bad weather)

Hiking Shorts: At lower altitudes and under the sun, it can be comfortable

Hiking T-Shirt: For lower altitude

Hiking Pants: Lightweight quick-drying paints (no jeans please)

Gloves: It is recommended to bring two pairs, a light one and a heavyweight water/windproof

Sports Bra for Her: A good sports bra is recommended when you are hiking

Sports underwear: Quick-dry

Woolen Hat: This is handy when it’s getting cold in the evening and morning.

Sunhat: Just it protects from the Sun

Microfleece Buff: I recommend bringing two, it is useful for either low-altitude or higher-altitude


Footwear Gears,

Hiking Boots: Ankle support, waterproof (running shoes are not recommended)

Sandals or Running Shoes: In the mornings and in the evenings in the teahouse (running shoes or even sandals will be fine)

Hiking Socks: Good-quality hiking socks should keep your feet dry and comfortable. Bring enough socks

Inner Socks: You could wear thin inner socks to support your hiking socks.


Trekking gears,

Snow gaiters: in case of bad weather and snowing

Duffle Bag: Waterproof and about 70L. We recommend this only if you are going to use Porter. Green Valley Nepal Treks will provide a duffel bag if you book Nepal Trekking with us on your arrival in Kathmandu.

Rucksack with Rain Cover: If you plan to carry your stuff during the trekking, we recommend you bring a comfortable (back support) 50 to 60L rucksack with rain cover.

Daypack with Rain Cover: Whether you use a porter or not, a day pack is necessary for your trekking trip in Nepal. Recommended daypack size is 25 to 30L with rain cover.

Trekking Poles: It is optional but if you know how to use it, then it can help your knee and joints.

Sleeping Bag: Recommended at least for -20 DC, Green Valley Nepal Treks will be provided at our pre-meeting if you don’t have your own (if you book the trip with us)

Sleeping Bag Liner: If you are planning to rent a sleeping bag, it is strongly recommended to bring your liner


Additional Accessories for Trekkers,

Reusable Water Bottle: Reduce plastic waste using a reusable water bottle.

Trash Bags: Pack trash bags to collect and dispose of your waste properly.

Phone Charger: Carry a fully charged mobile phone with a portable charger.

Power Bank: A power bank ensures your electronic devices stay charged.

Local SIM Card: Purchase a local SIM card for better connectivity in remote areas.

Cash: Carry enough cash to cover expenses, as ATMs might be scarce on the trekking route.

Map and Compass/GPS: Ensure you have the tools to navigate safely.

Camera and Binoculars: Capture the breathtaking landscapes and spot wildlife with a camera and binoculars.

Head Torch: small torch with spare batteries

Sunglasses: Recommended UV protection to prevent headaches and snow blindness.

Toiletries: Pack biodegradable soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, and other essential toiletries.

Personal Medications: Bring any necessary prescription medications and basic over-the-counter remedies.

First Aid Kit: Your first-aid kit should include bandages, antiseptic cream, pain relievers, and any specific medications you might need.

Small Wash Towel: Light and quick-dry

Passport and Visa: Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months from entry, and obtain the necessary visa for Nepal.

Travel Insurance: Invest in comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking at high altitudes.

Permits and Tickets: Obtain all necessary permits for the specific trekking route you plan to take.

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