Ganesh Parbat Yatra: A pilgrimage of the divine cycle is only complete if we visit all the 4 Dhams of Hinduism. This includes Pashupatinath, Muktinath, Mt. Kailash & the completion of the divine cycle that includes the Ganga-Jamuna Ganesh Parbat holy tour. Most pilgrims tend to overlook this sacred trail which is truly important to complete the Divine Cycle of holy pilgrimage visits for a life freed from sin.
Connected with the Phulkharka, Gumdi, Ri, Lapa, Sertung, Manbu, Sertubas, Keraunja and Chisapani of Dhading district and Ladam, Chilime and Langtang of Rasuwa district, Ganesh Himalayan range assigns its center in rock positioned in the Ganga-Jamuna Waterfall which is situated in the height of 1800 meter. This hill, which is believed to have composed of ruby, has a hole which people believe as the trunk of Lord Ganesha. This is one of the reasons for the faith and devotion of millions of people since the ancient times and this trend still follows. This rock extends from Ganga-Jamuna fall to the height of 7,163 meter which is the highest point of the Ganesh Himal. This region covers the latitude from 25° 05” north to 28° 05” east.
Day by day Itinerary
Day 01 : Arrive to Kathmandu / Transfer to Hotel / Evening walk
Day 02 : Kathmandu Sightseeing
Day 03 : Drive to Phulkharka (jeep, bus)
Day 04 : Trek to Phulkharka and stay with one family of rest house
Day 05 : Early morning with priest, local music worship to Ganga Jamuna Ganesh Parbat
Day 06 : Trek to “Chimchok” (Gurung Village with the magnificent view of ganesh Himal)
Day 07 : Trek down to Taribesi
Day 08 : Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 09 : Free Day for shopping (You can take help of your guide)
Day 10 : Departure to home