Tilicho Lake View Trek is a lake situated in the Manang region of Nepal, at 55 km areal separation from Pokhara. It is arranged at a height of 4,919 meters (16,138 ft) in the Annapurna scope of the Himalayas and is known as the most elevated lake for its size on the planet, despite the fact that there are lakes at higher elevation even in Nepal. Another source records the elevation of Lake Tilicho as being 4,949 meters (16,237 ft). Tilicho Lake View Trek
As per the Nepali Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (2003), no amphibian living being has been recorded in the lake.
Mountain lakes are referred to geographers as pools in the event that they are caused by icy movement. Pools are discovered for the most part in the upper spans of the Himalaya, over 5,500 meters (18,000 ft).
Tilicho Lake is the goal of a standout amongst the most prevalent side climbs of the Annapurna Circuit trek. The climb takes extra 3– 4 days. No outdoors is required, as new hotels have been worked amongst Manang and the lake. The last way to deal with the lake is done in a day climb from the cabin at Tilicho Base Camp.
Trekkers endeavoring the Annapurna Circuit course generally cross the watershed amongst Manang and Kali Gandaki valleys over the 5416 meters high Thorong La pass. The backup way to go, evading Tilicho Lake from the north, has been picking up prevalence. This course is all the more requesting and requires no less than one night of outdoors. There are no teahouses or hotels past the Tilicho Base Camp cabin a few kilometers east of the lake and the following town of Thini Gaon in the Kali Gandaki valley. Most gatherings burn through two evenings between these spots. There are two passes prompting Thini Gaon and Jomsom; Mesokanto La and Tilicho North pass referred to likewise as Tilicho “Vacationer pass”. These courses by means of Tilicho Lake are more frequently shut by snow than the higher Thorong La.
Tilicho Lake was the site of one of the most elevated ever height scuba plunges. A Russian jumping group, comprising of Andrei Andryushin, Denis Bakin, and Maxim Gresko, directed a scuba make a plunge the lake in 2000
Pick up from international airport then transfer to the Hotel in Kathmandu. If we have time visit around or free time.
Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley with world heritage sites. Over night at Kathmandu.
After breakfast we drive to Pokhara. It takes 6 hours. Over night at Pokhara.
By Helicopter to Humde trek to Pisang. O/N
Visiting around Pisang, newly built Pisang gumba and old Pisang village 2-3 hours
Visiting around the enchanting villages of Ghyaru and Ngawal from where the Ghale kings ruled the Nyeshang Valley 300 years ago. Karma Samten Chokor Ling school for Buddhist monks. The school is not only a seat of learning but a vantage point from where TilichoPeak, Gangapurna Peak and the Annapurna range as well as the Manang Valley are visible. Hugging the wall of a towering cliff, Braga village is perched on a hillside and looks onto a lush green meadow. Some of the areas oldest gumbas are in this village. 3-4 hours. Over night at Guesthouse.
Visiting around, The largest of the villages in the Nyeshang Valley, Manang Village offers spectacular views of Gangapurna Lake, old gumbas, Papachong viewpoint 2 hours. Over night at Guesthouse.
Visiting around the river Marshyangdi, lush green pine forests and the old village of Khangsar, gumba. 3 hours. Over night at Guesthouse.
Visiting around the rugged and picturesque route alternate between a variety of wild flowers, magnificent geological formations, and breathtaking views of the Himalaya.4-5 hrs. Over night at Guesthouse.
Trek to Tilicho. T.B.C O/N.Visiting around Tilicho Lake and Tilicho Peak.4 hrs
After breakfast trek to Humde Manang. It takes 6 hours slowly. Over night at Humde.
Helicopter to Pokhara. Over night at Pokhara. After arrive Pokhara free yourself.( If you would like to come Kathmandu directly then you will need to pay extra.)
Morning drive to tourist bus station then drive to Pokhara. It takes 6 hours. Over night at Kathmandu.
Free till Departure to your destination.