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Scaling the Heights: A Journey to Mardi Himal Base Camp

Group 1 : 3/11/2023 - 11/11/2023 (Booking closed)

Group 2 : 11/11/2023 - 19/11/2023 (Booking closed)

Group 3 : 29/2/2024 - 8/3/2024 (Booking closed)


**Sign up Mardi Himal Event entitled for 

2 free training session worth RM800

4 hours per session (1 hour snow mountain trekking guideline & 3 hours fitness training),conducted by our experienced leader 

**Free outdoor practical stuffs : Event T-shirt, backpack cover, outdoor water bag, outdoor LED light


***Booking Dealine : 60 days from departure date


Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek is a relatively new trekking route in the Annapurna region of Nepal, which has gained popularity among trekkers due to its pristine and untouched natural beauty. The trek takes you through lush forests, picturesque villages, and rugged mountain terrain, offering stunning views of the surrounding peaks.

The highlight of the trek is the Mardi Himal Base Camp, which sits at an altitude of 4,500 meters, providing breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna range, including Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Mardi Himal itself.


Trekking Route and Difficulty

The Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek starts from Kande, a small village located about an hour's drive from Pokhara. From there, the trail winds through dense rhododendron forests, charming Gurung villages, and steep ridges, gradually gaining altitude as it approaches the base camp.

Although the trek is considered moderate in difficulty, it requires a good level of fitness and stamina, as well as some previous trekking experience. Trekkers should be prepared for long days of walking, steep ascents and descents, and changing weather conditions.


Accommodation and Food

During the trek, trekkers can stay in teahouses or lodges run by local families, which offer basic yet comfortable accommodation and warm hospitality. The rooms are usually twin-sharing with common bathrooms and toilets.

The food served in the teahouses is simple but delicious, consisting mainly of Nepali and Tibetan cuisine such as dal bhat (rice and lentil soup), momos (dumplings), and thukpa (noodle soup). Vegetarian options are also available.


Best Time to Trek

The best time to undertake the Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (October to early December) seasons, when the weather is clear and dry, and the views are spectacular.

During these months, the trails are also less crowded, allowing trekkers to enjoy the serene beauty of the mountains and forests without any distractions. However, trekkers should be prepared for cold temperatures at higher altitudes, especially during the night.


In conclusion, the Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek is a must-do adventure for anyone seeking a unique and off-the-beaten-path trekking experience in Nepal. With its stunning natural beauty, diverse landscapes, rich culture, and warm hospitality, this trek is sure to leave a lasting impression on your heart and soul. So pack your bags, put on your hiking shoes, and get ready to embark on a journey of a lifetime!


Distance : 40km

Difficulty : 4/10

Duration : 5 Days Trekking + 2 days Kathmandu + 2 days Pokhara 

Type of Event : Mountain Trekking + Nepal Cultural & Leisure trip

Group Size : Min 12, Max 21

Meetup : Kathmandu

End Point : Kathmandu



Toilet & Bathroom : Yes (Mountain Lodge, Hot shower available on own expanses) 

Wifi : Yes (Internet available in Mountain Lodge on own expenses)



Trekking Equipment  -  3 Hiking clothes, 2 Hiking pants, Hiking shoe, Cap, Glove, Fleece or Soft Shell Jacket (MUST), Rain jacket (MUST), Light Down Jacket (MUST), 3 sets City leisure tour Spare clothes, Small backpack 15-35L, Trolley Luggage


Sleeping Equipment  -  Sleeping bag linen (optional) or Light Down pant (Optional)


Accessories  -  Trekking poles, Headlamp, Slipper (optional), Power bank, wiser (if any), Toiletries, spare battery, Power bank, Tissue


Snack and Water  -  Water 1-3L, Snack, Raisin, Nuts, Candy, Energy bar/gel, etc..


Medicine  -  Personal medicine, Antihistamine 


Gas and Stove, Simple First-aid kits


2 person share 1 porter with total carry weight 20kg. Personal Porter available upon request, estimate charge USD 160 for 5 days trekking.   



This activity requires high level of physical fitness. Participant must have the fitness and stamina to ascent 1000m and above, or at least complete hiking distance of 12km in day hike. We do not accept registration from people suffering from infectious diseases, cardiovascular diseases, severe respiratory diseases, mental illness, severe anemia, patients recovering from surgery, pregnant women, and people with severe high blood pressure. This event is only open to those aged 16-70.

This event is planned and executed by Nova Adventure. Before registering for the event, please be sure to read, understand, evaluate, and agree to all terms and conditions.


Payment terms

1. A non-refundable deposit of RM1000 is payable to secure booking. Balance fee RM---- to be collected upon booking deadline or when the event is fully booked.


** Deposit is refundable subjected to below conditions:

a. Event cancellation by Nova Adventure due to insufficient number of participants

b. Event cancellation by Nova Adventure due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. (Exampledue to pandemic/ natural disaster/ war/ etc)

c. Event cancellation by Nova Adventure due to fail to secure permit or accommodation at event destination.(Example: Mount Kinabalu Panalaban Hostel/ hiking permit/ etc)


Full terms & conditions (eg: cancellation policy) please click here



Price Includes
Trekking Equipment : Duffel bag
Cooking Equipment : gas, stove, water boiling pot
Beverage : Hot Water (boiling water), Coffee, Tea, Ginger tea, Hot Lemon
Meals : Trekking Meals (D3 - 7 B,L,D), D1 Welcome dinner, D2 Breakfast, D8-9 Breakfast
Accomodation : 2N Kathmandu Hotel ( 3 star or equivalent ,twin or triple sharing standard room), 2N Pokhara Hotel (3 star or equivalent, twin or triple sharing standard room), 4N Mountain Lodge (twin sharing basic room or dormitory bed)
Management & Permit fees : Annapurna Conservation Area Project Fees (ACAP), TIMS (Trekker Information Management System) , Government & Local Taxes, Admin fees
Staff : Leader, Guide, Sweeper, Porter (1 porter : 2 participants)
Transports : 3 times Airport pickup and Transfer, Kathmandu - Pokhara domestic flight, Pokhara - Kathmandu Premium Tourist bus, Pokhara - Kande / Sidhing - Pokhara private transport
Free Gift : 1 event T-shirt, 1 backpack cover , 1 water bag, 1 outdoor LED light
Free 2 training session : 4 hours per session (1 hour backpacking theory + 3 hours fitness training) worth RM800
Price Excludes
Trekking Insurance
International Flight Ticket
Passport and Visa
D1 Breakfast and Lunch, D7 Dinner, D8-9 Lunch and Dinner
Personal spending, foods, beverages and liquor
On trek Electric charging, Hot water shower and Wifi
Emergency rescue and evacuation fees
Any others cost that not stated in above “INCLUDE” section
Tips to Guide and Porter (Appreciate and support their effort to keep us safe return)

Travel Styles

Nature & Adventure
Festival & Events
Special Interest

Pick up at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu
Kathmandu Sightseeing : Durbar Square,Buddhnath
Shop for gears and necessary
Welcome dinner in one of the Nepalese cultural restaurant in kathmandu

Meals : Welcome dinner

*** Breakfast - B / Lunch - L / Dinner - D

Kuala Lumpur - Kathmandu

Early breakfast in Hotel
Early flight to Pokhara (25 minutes)
Sightseeing in Phokhara : Phewa lake, Lakesides, Mountaineering Museum

Meals : B

Kathmandu - Pokhara

Drive to Kande (1 hr)
Trek to Pitam Deurali (+700 m/4-5 hrs/5.5km)

The first day of the trek begins with a drive from Pokhara to Kande, followed by a steep climb up to Australian Camp. From there, you'll continue through lush forests and rhododendron trees to reach the village of Deurali.
Deurali is a small village situated at an altitude of 2100m, offering panoramic views of the Annapurna range. You'll spend the night here, enjoying the peaceful surroundings and preparing for the next day's trek.

Meals : B/L/D

Pokhara to Deurali(2100m)

Trek from Deurali – Low Camp (+900m/6-7 hrs/7km)

On the third day, you'll continue your ascent through dense forests and steep ridges to reach Low Camp. The trail offers stunning views of Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) and the Annapurna range.
Low Camp is situated at an altitude of 2970m, and is the perfect spot to acclimatize before continuing the trek. You'll spend the night here, enjoying the views and getting ready for the next day's trek to High Camp.

Meals : B/L/D

Deurali to Low Camp (2970)

Trek from Low Camp – High Camp (+600m/5-6 hrs/8km)

The fourth day of the trek involves a steep climb up to High Camp, situated at an altitude of 3550m. The trail offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
High Camp is the highest point of the trek, and offers breathtaking views of the Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchhre. You'll spend the night here, enjoying the views and preparing for the next day's trek to Mardi Himal Base Camp.

Meals : B/L/D

Low Camp to High Camp(3550m)

Hike from High Camp – Mardi Himal Base Camp (+1000m/5-6 hrs/9km) - Badal Danda (-800m/3-4hrs/5km)

On the fifth day of the trek, you'll start early in the morning and make your way to Mardi Himal Base Camp, situated at an altitude of 4500m. The trail offers stunning views of the Annapurna range and the surrounding valleys.
Mardi Himal Base Camp is the highlight of the trek, offering breathtaking views of the Mardi Himal peak and the surrounding mountains. You'll spend some time here, taking in the views and exploring the area, before making your way back down to High Camp for the lunch. After lunch we leave High Camp and trek down to Balda Danda.

Meals : B/L/D

High Camp to Mardi Himal Base Camp (4500 m)

On the final day of the trek, you'll make your way back down to Siding Village, passing through dense forests and picturesque villages along the way. Siding Village is a small Gurung village situated at an altitude of 1700m, offering a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle and culture of the locals. We then drive to Pokhara and end of trekking.

Meals : B/L

Balda Danda - Siding - Pokhara

Take early premium VIP bus back to Kathmandu
Meals : B

Pokhara - Kathmandu

Drop off Kathmandu Airport Fly back home

Meals : B

Kathmandu - Kuala Lumpur

The best tme is from Oct - Early December Second best time is from Mar - May

Yes, most of the area got network coverage

Yes, there are. You may get all soft drink, biscuits, snack as well as beer from tea house along Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek.

Mardi Himal Base Camp located at 4500m a.s.l is the highest point.

No need, all tea house supply good quality and thick blanket.

yes, porter included. 2 hikers : 1 porter, maximum 15kg allowance per hiker

No, porter have their on pace. we only meet porter at lunch point and tea house at the end of the day.

Yes, morning and evening we provide free flow of hot drinking water

Yes, you may order any meal from the menu provided with 1 portion per person each time.

Yes, we take 30 minutes flight from kathmandu to Pokhara in the morning, after arrival we will stay a night in Pokhara. There are plenty of spare time to chill out in Pokhara.

1 guide : 7 hikers

No need, there are lots of money changer along the street in Thamel, Kathmandu and lakeside, Pokhara.

Yes, visa needed. We apply for visa -on-arrival in Kathmandu international airport.

We do assist member to book for Nepal flight ticket. More detail kindly contact our admin.



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