Pikey Peak Trek

If you are on a short vacation to Nepal, and still want to get an excellent trekking experience, then peaky peak trek is the best in Everest region of Nepal. It is near to the Kathmandu and can initiate your trip quickly. It is a short and easy trek that might take 3 to 6 days. It lies in the Khumbu region. This newly discovered and less explored trail is the perfect opportunity to explore the combination of natural beauty and local cultures. If you are physically fit then this unexplored off-beat trails will give you lifetime memories. The closer panoramic view of mountains from the top of the hill will never make you want to leave the place. Most importantly, you get to see the World’s Highest Mountain, Mt. Everest surrounding the view along with Mt. Dhaulagiri and Mt. Kanchenjunga. Your day starts with a fantastic sunrise view and ends with a sunset that revives your energy. The forest full of rhododendron, oak and pine cover your trail. They make the wood look colourful and will make your trip bright too. Without feeling tired or exhausted, you will reach your destination and will leave you speechless after seeing the views of the deep green valley surrounded by the mountains. Apart from nature, you get to explore the culture and living style of Sherpa people. Sherpas are the local people residing here. Their warm welcome and hospitality will make you familiar with the place and people. You get to know about their cultures, cuisines and the rituals they follow. They have their unique lifestyles, traditions, costumes, etc. You will be overwhelmed by their unique treatments and caring behaviour towards you. Beautifully built Buddhist Monasteries appears in different parts of your trails decorated by the traditional flag of local Sherpas. As mentioned earlier, it is an undiscovered and unexplored route. Therefore, you will find a lesser number of tourists. But there is no suspicion that within a short period, this trail is explored and loved by many tourists. It is getting more popular with time. You can plan this trek even if you have a short time as you can complete it within three days. But if you want stress-free trip and want to explore thoroughly, then you can extend your trip to some more days. So, the peaky peak trek is the best recommendations for a trekking lover having a short vacation.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, Transfer to hotel.

Day 2: Drive to Dhap by four wheeler.[6/7 Hours]

Day 3: Trek form Dhap to Jhapre[5/6 hours of trek]

Day 4: Trek from Jhapre to Pikey Peak base camp [5/6 hours of trek]

Day 5: Trek form Pikey Peak base camp to Pikey Peak to Jase Bhanjyang [5/6 hours of trek]

Day 6: Trek from Jase Bhanjyang to Sallari[5/6 hours of trek]

Day 7: Drive from Sallari to Kathmandu.[5-6 hours drive].

Day 8: Final Departure.

Price Includes


  • Airport Pickup and Drop
  • 2 nights hotel in Kathmandu with BB plan
  • 2 nights hotel in Pokhara with BB plan
  • All tours & transfer as per the given itinerary by comfortable private coach
  • All sightseeing tours with an English speaking local guide as per itinerary

  • TIMS Card & permit fees

  • Trekking guide & porter 

  • Pokhara – Kathmandu return airfare 

  • All activities which are mentioned in above itinerary

  • 3 meals a day

  • Daily breakfast, lunch, dinner during the trekking time 

  • All accommodation in the mentioned hotel 

  • Pokhara – Naya Pool – Pokhara transport


Price Excludes

  • Nepal Visa fees 

  • International airfare

  • Sight seeing entrance fees

  • Tips for driver, guide &  porter [It is expected]

  • Extra night accomodation in Kathmandu

  • Meals  in Kathmandu

  • Necessary trekking equipment and things as per checklist

  • Any expenses incurred in emergency evacuation

  • Any transportation cost outside of the regular itinerary

  • Personal expenses such as insurance, medical charges, laundry, shopping, liquor, hot shower and wifi etc

  • Cost arising by flight cancellation/road blockades/landslides and reasons beyond our control

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