The above map shows that your journey will start from Kathmandu. From Kathmandu, you’ll be going to Pokhara, which is at an altitude of 800m. Reaching Pokhara from Kathmandu will take you 8 hours on a tourist bus and 25 minutes by flight.
According to our map itinerary, we will drive you to Kande through Hemja Kande after you reach Pokhara. After you reach Kande, you will start your trekking journey.
As seen on the map, you’ll trek toward forest camp from Kande. To reach Forest Camp, you’ll go through the Australian camp. The overall journey takes 7 hours to reach Forest camp, which is at an elevation of 2600m.
After Forest Camp, go to Low Camp at 3150m according to our map. To reach Low camp from Forest camp, it will take to 3 to 4 hours on foot.
As per our Map, your next trekking journey will go to High camp after Low camp. The elevation of High camp is 3580m, and it takes only 4 to 5 hours to reach from Low camp.
As per our map itinerary, your next and final destination will be Mardi upper viewpoint. The duration takes you to reach the Mardi Upper viewpoint is 5 hours. From the Mardi upper viewpoint, you can see the mountains, including Annapurna, Machhapuchre, and Mardi.
As per our map itinerary, you have a choice to either trek to base camp or return to Upper camp. It takes 3 hours to reach the base camp from Mardi’s upper viewpoint, but the mountain views are unclear. It’s best to go back to the Upper camp.
As seen on the map, you’ll return from your journey after reaching your destination. You will hike to Phedi. After crossing Modi Khola, it will take 4 to 5 hours to reach Phedi.
After reaching Phedi by foot, you’ll finally return to Pokhara through 2 hours of driving.
As per our map itinerary, your journey will end, and you’ll return to Kathmandu from where your journey started. The drive takes you 8 hours to drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara. You’ll go through Prithivi Highway to reach Kathmandu.
Before reaching Kathmandu, you’ll enjoy the view of the Trishuli River and the amazing forest during the drive.