The incredible biodiversity of the region gives a living lab to universal logical research. There are astounding perspectives of tough Himalayan pinnacles, including Mt. Makalu (8,463m), fifth-most noteworthy mountain on the planet, Mt. Chamlang (7,319 m) and Mt. Baruntse (7,129m). Inside 40km, these high pinnacles dive into the Arun River at 670m. The Makalu-Barun Valley gives stunning contrast with craggy rocks ascending from rich green woods, and beautiful blossoms sprout underneath white snow crests. The thick woods of Rhododendrons, Nepal's national blossom, covers the flawless slopes of the Barun valley, where high cascades course into profound chasms, snow-capped glades, and the Barun ice sheet. Having a wide scope of attitudinal and climatic variety the Makalu Base Camp trek offers a surprising and various natural surroundings for a rich assortment of verdure.
The trek begins with a trip to Tumlingtar and heads up the Arun River valley to Sedua and Num. From Num, the trail crisscrosses into the Arun and begins up the Kasuwa Khola turning westbound intersection the Shipton La Pass (4,500m) into the upper Barun Khola valley. We go through towns of the Brahman, Chhetri, Rai, Limbu, Gurung, and Tamang people group with their one of a kind nearby culture and own mother language, custom, and outfit.
Why to do Makalu Base Camp Trek
Here are some of the reason to do Makalu Base Camp Trek:
- See Everest from a one of a unique point, it's eastern Kangshung face
- Gain perspectives of eastern Nepal, as far away as Kangchenjunga
- Go from green terraced farmland to icy masses and cascades
- Witness the provincial existence of Nepal's unmistakable Rai and Sherpa culture
- Detect the absolute rarest natural life in Nepal, including the Red Panda Activities that can be done in Makalu Base Camp Trek