Mohare Danda Trek
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Mohare Danda Trek

Mohare Danda Trek takes you to the peaceful off-the-beaten path in Annapurna’s foothills. It is a newly discovered hiking route to promote sustainable eco-tourism in Nepal. And to support local community projects that play a vital role in the overall upliftment of the lifestyle of local inhabitants.

This trek is also popularly known as the Eco-Community Lodge trek. Want to discover Nepal’s countless cultural and natural wonders within a short period? This could be the greatest option for intrepid travelers. Mohare Danda trek in Nepal provides the closest view of massive mount Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges from Mohare hill station (3,300m).

Moreover, you can also see glorious sunrise and sunset views over the glittering mountains. A trip to the beautiful off-the-beaten site of the Annapurna region bounded by hills, mountains, and rivers. Accordingly, the forests of Oaks, Bamboo, and Pine are genuinely an incredible experience. 

Accommodations in Mohare Danda Trail

Mohare danda trail is an eco-community lodge-based route. Don’t expect lodging facilities like in the Annapurna and Everest region trek. You must spend the night in a common local homestay that has more than two single bedrooms. This eco community-based trail is opened to promote Eco-tourism in Nepal. The majority of lodges have squat toilets outside the room. So be ready to reduce the likelihood of running out of toilet paper. However, the homestay’s rooms are tidy, cozy, and seems like we have everything we need.

When is the best time to visit?

The finest months to embark on the Mohare Danda Trek are March through April in the spring and October through November in the fall. During these seasons, there is a high possibility of precipitation, clear sky, and comfortable temperatures.

In the spring, you may discover the route decked with a variety of flowers. And in the fall, you can enjoy the festive season. The off-seasons are the monsoon and winter. In the rainy season, the route becomes muddy and slippery. Moreover, there is a significant risk of landslides. Similarly, heavy snowfall increases the probability of route obstruction in the winter.

Outline itinerary of Mohare Danda Trek

Day 01: Kathmandu arrival and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara city

Day 03: Drive to Galeshwor and trek to Bans Kharka

Day 04: Trek to Naangi

Day 05: Trek to Mohare Danda

Day 06: Trek to Deaurali

Day 07: Trek to Ghandruk village

Day 08: Trek to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara

Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara

Day 10: Departure from Nepal