Annapurna Region

Sweet Gold (Honey Hunting Trek) - 9 Days

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Duration9 Days
Start DateApr 22, 2019 - May 01, 2019

USD 850

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BASIC INFORMATION

  • 2

    Minimum Size
  • 6

    Maximum Size

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Experience the Honey Harvesting process in the remote hills of Western Nepal.
  • Exotic Wilderness with primitive delicacies.
  • Crossing the same river over 25 times
  • Cultural Dance (Thali Dance)

QUICK FACTS

  • Difficulty Level
    Hard
  • Total Length
    35 km
  • Highest Altitude
    2,500 meters
  • Elevation Profile
  • Start location
    Dagnam
  • Finish location
    Dagnam
  • Permits
    Not required
  • Best Season
    April

DESCRIPTION

Get ready for a your once in a lifetime experience with this 9 days exclusive trek in the remote mid hills of Western Nepal. This adventurous journey will take you through the untouched wilderness amidst the green echoing hillsscape of Myagdi district.

You will cross the same river (without actual bridges) over 25 times in a day, enjoy the crazy local delicacies (including fried frogs), camp under the cave and eventually witness one of the most daring process of honey harvesting by one of the ethnic tribes of Nepal, Garbuja Magars.

On the way back, you will get a chance to sink in the local hospitality with a unique 'Thali' dance (a cultural dance performed by women with plates in their hands) of Dagnam village as a farewell! Definitely not for faint hearted. ;)

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        Going to the mountains
        is going home.’
        - John Muir
        Great things are done when
        men and mountains meet.’
        - William Blake
        There is no such thing as bad weather,
        only inappropriate clothing.’
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