Lumba Sumba Camping Trekking is trekking in the Eastern Himalayas in Nepal. This trek takes us inside of Makalu Barun National Park. Furthermore, we begin this trek with entry to the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area. On this trek, we visit areas full of vast biological diversities destination. We will also enter the village of different ethnic groups. Tamangs, Gurungs, Rais, Limbus, Magars, Newars. We also get to see the vibrant cultural aspects along with the majestic view of Lumba Sumba Peak (5200m). This trek also offers different views fo mountains and river crossing and lakes. Lumba Sumba pass trek is a combination of all.
Lumba Sumba Camping trekking areas consist of different birds and wildlife species. It also includes endangered snow leopard and red panda, from the route. Through the route, one can also trek to the base camps of Mt Kanchenjunga and Mt Makalu. Tamor and Arun River systems can be the other attraction for tourists.
The route encompasses alpine grasslands along with rocky outcrops. Dense temperate, sub-tropical forests and low river valleys make this trek more beautiful. Apart from natural beauty, cultural heritage like monasteries, chortens, temples are available.
Lumba Sumba trekking offers a new trekking route with wilderness trekking experience. This trail is on the remote trail of Kanchenjunga region Makalu region is sure to go. Parikrama Treks has fixed departure itinerary dates on this website. If you want to go on a new trail Lumba Sumba trekking is a choice of travel.
Meet and Assist by Parikrama Treks representative. Transfer to Hotel.
Today you will explore some of the cultural heritage. Pashupatinath, Swyambhunath, and Bouddhanath stupa. Evening short briefing about Lumba Sumba Pass Trekking.
The trek starts over Fungling (1777 m) – the headquarters of Taplejung district. On this trek, we pass through beautiful cardamom fields and Alnus trees around two and a half hours.
The trek passes along the banks of Tamor River, it is a pleasing walk until Furumbu – a 40-minute walk from Mitlung. After lunch, the trek runs along the Tamor River until tiny Tawa Village. It is a popular stopover for tourists and locals alike
Trek runs along the mighty Tamor River. on the trail, we come across two big stones with religious significance. The trek passes through Ulnus trees passes. We reach a big landslide area that takes around half an hour to cross.
After breakfast, the trek runs along the bank of Tamor River through dense forest. The place offers a panoramic view of the snow-covered mountain. It includes the Small Kasturi Peak and Tamor River.
Trekking day is pleasing as it passes through Ulnus and Rhododendron forest. Then walk through maple and Ulnus forest, cross a big landslide on the way. Finally, we reach the Selep Kharka.
Trek runs along the banks of Tamor River leading to a place called Jongim (2641). It is a flat land surrounded by snow-capped hills. There is also a sub-health post, a primary school, and a border police station at Olangchung Gola.
The trek in the next three days will pass through complete wilderness. Reaching at Jadak (3636m) we take lunch. After walking for around three hours we will reach our camping site at Upper Langmale (3893m).
Trek might turn out to be interesting. For this, we need to get a glimpse of snow leopards. Most of the time trekkers get to see the sight of Snow leopard at this point. Another three hours walk after lunch will lead us to our camping site at Pass Camp (4747m).
This would be the most difficult yet most memorable day of this trek. We climb the Lumba Sumba Peak and descend down to Chaurikharka (4594m) for night’s stay.
The trek is downhill from Chaurikharka as we come back to civilization. We complete our final day of hard passes of continuous 3 days. Thudam (3500m) is a small village with around 30 houses of Sherpa people.
On this day, we run along the banks of Chujung Khola. After a walk of about six-hours from Thudam, we reach Kharka (2877m) for the night’s halt.
After a walk of about three hours from Kharka, we reach a place called Chaurikharka for lunch. After lunch, the trek is all downhill for about three hours until we reach Arun River. Later we will reach the stop point of the day
The trail on the day passes through the rhododendron forest. From Gimber, the walk is easy. After a trek of about three hours, we reach Hatiya (1595) for the night’s stay. Hatiya – a small village of Bhote people – is the entry point to the Makalu National Park.
Today’s trail leads with a walk along the banks of Arun River. A walk of around two and a half hours after lunch takes us to our camping site at Gola.
The trek passes through paddy fields, pleasing as the trail makes a short descent. We reach Gadhi (1,800m) – our destination for the day – after a walk of around three hours from Pathibhara.
This is the last day of our trekking. A walk of about two and a half hours from Gadhi takes us to Num. A drive of around 4-5 hours on dirt road takes us to Khandbari. From Khandbari, buses are available to Dharan or Biratnagar. Or you can take a vehicle to Tumlingtar airstrip and take a flight to Kathmandu
In case we miss the flight we will catch a flight to Kathmandu on this day.
Lumba Sumba Pass Trekking Journey Ends.
TREK COST: USD 3390.00 per person on Twin Sharing room accommodation
Extra: KTM – Nepalgunj – Dolpo Airfare US$ 354 Per Person
Extra: Juphal – Nepalgunj – KTM Airfare US$ 320 Per Person
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