Bhairab Kunda Trekking

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Trip Overview

Bhairab Kunda Trekking is a Spiritual Trekking Trail  also known as Sindu Heritage Trails of alpine fresh water lakes. It is a less frequented trek circuit situated just outside the Kathmandu valley near the Tibetan border. It holds the etymological distinction of being a favored pilgrimage site for the Hindu religious followers. Bhairab Kunda is a favored destination for shamans who are said to communicate with spirits of the neither world.

This very lake is dedicated to the most revered and fierce manifestation of Hindu deity Lord Shiva. In the full moon day of August Bhairab Kunda is visited by thousands of pilgrims to take a holy dip.

This is a holy trekking journey of green forests, beautiful peaks, various ethnic hamlets, and breathtaking mountain views. This trek offers the mountain views of, Dorje Lakpa, Madiya, Phurbi Ghhyachu, Jugal Himal, Rolwaling and the Tibetan Himalayan Range. While trekking, you will get opportunities to be closer to the ethnic folks and study their cultures and traditions.

As it is an off the beaten trekking route teahouse lodges are not available, hence camping is inevitable. Bhairab Kunda Trekking is possible throughout the year, except for monsoon because the trails become slippery and is risky. Therefore the best time for going on this trekking journey is in the spring and autumn season.

Mission Nepal Holidays offers you 12 days Bhairab Kunda Trek with best designed tailor made trek itinerary with fair price. We are absolutely certain that this fresh water trekking trail be a life changing experience for you.

Trip Highlight

Get breathtaking glimpse of the Holy Bhairab Kunda Lake
Observe various kinds of Rhododendron flowers (Nepal National flower)
Splendid blend of cultural heritage, Tamang Village, Newari Village
Highest point of the trek Bhairav Kund (4250m)
Langtang, Jugal Himal Range, Rolwalling Range and the Tibetan Range

Trip Itinerary

  • Day 01:

    Arrival at Kathmandu

  • Day 02:

    Drive from Kathmandu to Jalbire- 4-5 hours

  • Day 03:

    Trek from Jalbire to Chanaute- 4 hours trail.

  • Day 04:

    Trek from Chanaute to Khani Gaon- 6 hours walk

  • Day 05:

    Rest day with Local Village sightseeing

  • Day 06:

    From Khani Gaon to Forest Camp - strenuous 6-7 hours walk

  • Day 07:

    Trek from Forest Camp to Pati- 5 hours trek

  • Day 08:

    Pati - Bhairab Kunda 3 hours walk

  • Day 09:

    Trek from Bhairab Kunda to Sherpa gaon- 6-7 hours trail

  • Day 10:

    Trek from Sherpa Gaon to Larcha- 3 hours

  • Day 11:

    Drive from Larcha to Kathmandu by bus - 5-6 hours

  • Day 12:

    Final departures


Arrival and departure from and to airport
2 night hotel accommodation on BB plan on twin sharing basis
While on trekking:
All meals (Breakfast/lunch/dinner with tea/coffee),
Accommodation in Tea houses/Lodge.
TIMS Card & necessary permit while trekking
A guide, and a Porter expenses
First Aid Medical Kit
Government and service taxes
Welcome and Farewell Dinner


Any bar bills, Like Cold drinks Mineral water, Alcoholic drinks
Donation, TIPS,
Monument fees in sight seeing places
Client’s personal insurance, expenses and Personal Equipment
Evacuation or Rescue Charges


  • How difficult is Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal?

    The Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal is considered as a moderate level trek. It requires little to no prior mountaineering experiences.

  • Is the Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal safe?

    Yes, it is safe to trek to Bhairav Kunda Lake. However there is always a chance of unforeseen circumstances that should be taken into consideration. Our brief informative session will prepare you for emergency situations if any during the travel.

  • What can I expect during the Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal?

    During the trip to Bhairav Kunda Lake, you can expect a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Jalbire through the valleys of Langtang region, unique Sherpa settlements and Tamang community, beautiful Himalayan ranges and the pristine Bhairav Kunda Lake. 

  • What type of food and accommodation facility to expect during the Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal?

    A typically traditional Nepalese food is served during your Bhairave Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal. It comprises of lunch which is Dal (Lentil Soup), Bhat (Boiled Rice), Tarkari (Veggies), and Achar (Pickle).

    As for the accommodation there are specially Hotels & Lodges, Tea houses, and Camping facilities. However due easy accessibility of hotels & lodges throughout the trial, camping is usually avoided (unless needed) during the Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal.  

  • How do I book the Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal?

    To book the Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking in Nepal, Mission Nepal Holidays offers you a number of booking options including:

    Online booking,

    Wire transfer OR,

    Cash on arrival

  • Do I need travel insurance while travelling in Nepal?

    Travel insurance in Nepal is one of the wisest things to do which we ideally recommend while traveling to Nepal. Although It is not a legal requirement to have a travel insurance while travelling in Nepal but secures your trip in terms of uncertainties.

  • Am I likely to get altitude sickness on my trek?

    If you are trekking below 3,500m of altitude then you should be fine. While it’s possible for you to get caught in an altitude sickness, the symptoms are likely to be evident after you cross 3,600m.

  • What happens if an emergency evacuation is needed while trekking?

    In case of an emergency evacuation, while trekking you can directly contact us on the number provided instantly. Upon receipt of your detailed information we react as quickly as possible to rescue you out of danger situations safely. 

  • What about medical treatment on the trek?

    A simple medical kit can be lifesaving without taking much space in your baggage. You never know what could go wrong. Prevention is better than cure, as always.

  • What kinds of weather can I expect?

    Weather in Nepal varies according to the topography. It generally ranges from sub-tropical to arctic depending on the altitude. The Terai region is considered to be hot and humid. The mid-land hills are pleasant all year, but winter nights can be chilled. The mountain regions above 3,500m have an alpine climate with a considerably lower temperature.

  • Which seasons are best to visit Nepal for trekking?

    Autumn (Sept to Nov) and spring (Feb to April) are considered to be the best seasons to visit Nepal for trekking. As autumn brings clarity after monsoon washes away the dust and bugs; spring days are warmer and longer which allows you to explore for longer hours.

  • How many miles do we walk every day?

    It varies with each trip of course. On an average we cover 4–7 hours per day, with a lunch break of 1–2 hours in the middle. 

  • Is trekking permit required?

    Yes, you need trekking permit while trekking. Depending on the trekking area you require special permit like restricted area, for other you need conservation / National park entry permit and TIMS (Tourism information management system) card. 

  • Can we change the itinerary?

    Absolutely yes, we do customize the itinerary as per  your wish. However you need to inform it in advance before the trek starts. Sometimes, because of unforeseen circumstances in the mountains, we need to change the itinerary. However, the date of trek completion should always be in line with the pre-established itinerary.

  • Is it possible to communicate to my family while trekking?

    You can have easy access to communication but in remote areas we use satellite phone. So communication won’t be an issue.

  • Can I trek in the Bhairav Kunda Trekking region without prior trekking experience?

    Yes you can trek without prior trekking experience. However you have good health, and acclimatize at regular intervals. We guide you accordingly so that you can do difficult and extreme treks as Bhairav Kunda Lake Trekking Trails.

  • Do I need trekking pole?

    Yes you do need trekking pole, it helps you save energy in high ascend and descend, if you have weak hips and knees and it helps to reduce the strain.

  • Is there tipping compulsory for guides and porters?

    Tipping is not necessary although tipping for guide and staff is good practice, porter and guide expect tip, your tip help their family.

  • How can we contact you if we need more information?

    We are a local trekking company based in Kathmandu. You can contact directly with the following numbers and email addresses:

    Landline: +977-01- 4438165 Or +977 9802072870

    Cell-phone: +977-98020-72870 

    Email: [email protected]

Why book with us?
  • More then 20 years of experience
  • A professional and responsible travel company based in Nepal
  • Specialist group adventure tours and treks in the Himalayas – India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan
  • Fully customisable itineraries and dates
  • Professional & friendly local guides – supporting the people of Nepal
  • Guaranteed Departures
  • No negotiations in giving best quality
Total Cost (USD) USD 1775 1597
Total Price: USD 1597
Trip Details
  • Difficulty: Strenuous
  • Altitude: 4250m
  • Min-Max Participants: 1-16 Pax
  • Duration: 12 Days
  • Transportation: Car - Jeep - Bus
  • Accommodation: Hotel & Camping
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Best Season: Spring & Autumn
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