Mohare Danda Trek - 7 Days

Trip Facts
DestinationMohare Danda
ActivityModerate Trek
AccommodationOne night at Silver Oaks Inn, lodge to lodge
Start / End pointKathmandu, Pokhara
Duration7 Days
Max. Altitude3,330m
Meals IncludedBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Group sizeAny
Nature of TrekTrek
Best SeasonAll seasons
Activity Per Day5 to 7 hours walk
TransportationKathmandu to Pokhara on tourist bus, Pokhara to Goleshwor, Kimche to Pokhara on bus

About the Trip

Mohare Danda trek is a new and alternative hike in the Annapurna region, not too far from Poon Hill - the most famous viewpoint in Nepal. Hence, this trek provides a viable alternative to the often crowded Poon Hill trek.


  • Community lodge and homestay accommodation
  • Organic farms, paper industry, and more social projects in Mohare.
  • Panoramic sunrise and sunset views from Mohare Danda
  • Galeshwor Temple at Galeshwor
  • Organic orange farm and garden of Bans Kharka.
  • Visit Naangi Barahi temple, medicinal plant nursery, a local computer lab, and play volleyball with locals in Naangi.
  • Local Magar ethnic settlements at Naangi
  • Enjoy stunning views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Fishtail, Nilgiri, Hiunchuli, etc
  • A less-crowded route in the Annapurna region
  • Ghorepani and Gurung Hill villages

Benefits of trekking to Mohare Danda with us

  • Free airport pick up on arrival & drop off on departure
  • Online trip briefing after booking confirmation
  • Easy booking and reservation system
  • Multi-channel communication (Email, WhatsApp, Facebook, WeChat, Viber, Skype, Zoom)
  • Sleeping bags and down jacket arrangements if you do not have your own.
  • Free excess luggage storage at the Discovery World Trekking store during the trek
  • 24/7 phone communication at +977- 9840055491
  • Easy payment system, different modes of payment
  • Oximeter for monitoring the blood oxygen saturation level at high altitudes
  • Medical Kits 
  • Duffle bag for porters

Online Trip Briefing

The online briefing will clear all your doubts about the trek, including things to bring (equipment checklist) for the hike, the itinerary details, and what you can expect on the trails. As soon as you complete the booking, we will email you the available dates and times for the trek briefing, and once we receive your essential documents, we will conduct the online trek briefing.

Comprehensive overview

Mohare Danda Trek is another stunning trek in the Annapurna region, near a gorge between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains. It is an ideal trek to see the Nepali countryside and a perfect alternative to the famous Poon Hill trek. Mahabir Pun, a prominent Nepali social entrepreneur, established this trek route.

Your trek starts from Kathmandu as we take you on a drive to Pokhara from Kathmandu. The journey will take around seven hours. Pokhara is known as the tourist capital of Nepal. This city provides spectacular views of several Himalayan ranges and several serene lakes.

After a day at Pokhara, it is time to reach the trek region that begins from Galeshwor. Again, you will be traveling on a bus. You will deboard the bus at Galeshwor, visit the sacred Galoshwor Temple, and then hike to Bansh Kharka.

From Bans Kharka, you will trek to Naangi village, where Mahabir Pun was born. Mahabir Pun has initiated several economic activities in his village, such as producing paper from locally grown plants, a medicinal nursery, and others.

After Naangi comes to the Mohare Danda, but to reach Mohare Danda you need to pass through several lush jungles with birch, rhododendron, and oak trees. The trail ascends substantially and may challenge you. However, you will completely forget your physical exhaustion when you reach the Mohare Danda, as stunning close-up views of several Himalayas, including Nil Giri, Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre (Fish Tail Mountain), and Dhaulagiri greet you.

You will be spending a night at Mohare Danda so that the following morning, you can see the magnificent dawn breaking over the Himalayas from the top of Mohare Danda.
After enjoying the views from  Mohare Danda, you will travel to Duerali and from Deurali to Ghandruk village. Ghandruk is a beautiful Gurung village overlooking the grand views of Mt Annapurna, Gangapurna, Hiunchuli, and several others.

From Ghandruk, you will trek to Kimche and board a bus to get back to Pokhara. Your trek ends in Pokhara. You are free to spend your time as you wish in Pokhara. After fully enjoying your stay in Pokhara, you can return to Kathmandu on a bus or through a twenty-minute flight.

Day to Day Itinerary

  1. day1

    Drive from Kathmandu (1,400m / 4,593ft) to Pokhara (822m/ 2,697ft)

    Itinerary Facts
    Driving Hours (205km / 127miles) 6-7 hrs
    Highest Altitude 1,350m / 4,429ft

    After breakfast, we head to Pokhara via the Prithivi Highway, which passes through a series of deep river valleys, ancient traditional villages, terraced farmlands, roaring rapids, and deep gorges.  Pokhara is also known as the tourist capital of Nepal and is famous for its eternal beauty. 

    • Overnight stay at Silver Oaks Inn
  2. day2

    Drive from Pokhara to Galeshwor (1,170m) and trek to Bans Kharka (1,450m) - 3 hrs walk.

    Itinerary Facts
    Driving Hours 85km / 3 hours
    Highest Altitude 1,450m / 4691ft
    Trek Duration 3-4 Hour Walk

    We leave Pokhara early morning on a bus and reach Galeshwor Dham via Beni. Goleshwor Dham is about to 86 km from Pokhara. There is a sacred Lord Shiva Temple at Goleshwor, which you should not miss visiting. Then the trek starts past a suspension bridge on the Kaligandaki River, many settlements, terraced fields, and several forests. After trekking for about three hours, you will reach Bans Kharka.

    • Overnight stay at a local lodge
    • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  3. day3

    Trek from Bans Kharka (1,450m) to Naangi (2,300m) - 7 hrs walk

    Itinerary Facts
    Trek Distance 9.1km / 5.6miles
    Highest Altitude 2,300m / 7545ft
    Trek Duration 5/6 hours

    The trails gently ascend as you leave Bans Kharka and head to Naangi village. Dr. Mahabir Pun, the Ramon Magsaysay award winner in 2007, was born in this village. After trekking for about three hours, you will reach Dabda Kateri, where we will serve you lunch. Then you will walk for about four hours and enter Naangi. There are several places worth visiting in Naangi, including community-based Himanchal High School and a medicinal plant nursery. You can also observe how locals in Naangi produce paper from locally grown plants. 

    • Overnight stay at a local lodge
    • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  4. day4

    Trek from Naangi (2,300m) to Mohare Danda (3,300m) - 7 hrs walk

    Itinerary Facts
    Trek Distance 7.7km / 4.9mile
    Highest Altitude 3,300m / 10,836ft
    Trek Duration 5/6 hours

    This will be a somewhat long trek. You leave Naangi following a path that passes through oak, rhododendron, bamboo forests, and occasional yak pastures. The route will be ascending and perhaps a bit exhausting, but the views are stunning as you can see several snow-capped mountains. From the top of Mohare Danda, you can see close-up views of Nil Giri, Machhapuchhre (Fish Tail Mountain), Annapurna South, and Dhaulagiri. The evening views from Mohare Danda are exquisite, and you should certainly not miss them. 

    • Overnight stay at a local lodge
    • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  5. day5

    Trek from Mohare Danda (3,300m) to Deurali (3,090m)

    Itinerary Facts
    Trek Distance 12km / 7.45miles
    Highest Altitude 3,300m / 10827ft
    Trek Duration 6-8 Hours

    You will wake up early morning to view the dawn breaking from Mohare Danda. On a clear day, you will see the sun rising on Dhaulagiri I, Dhaulagiri II, Tukuche, South Annapurna, Nilgiri, and Macchhapuchhare (Fishtail) from Mohare Danda. After enjoying the morning views, you will head to Deurali on a route that rises and falls many times, often inside the lush rhododendron forests.

    • Overnight stay at a local lodge
    • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  6. day6

    Trek from Deurali (3,090m) to Ghandruk village (1,950m)

    Itinerary Facts
    Highest Altitude 3,090m / 10,1378ft
    Trek Duration 6 hours

    Ghandruk village is perhaps the most popular Nepali village, known for its wonderful Gurung culture and fantastic views of Mt Annapurna, Mt Machapuchare, Gangapurna, and Mt Hiunchuli. Early morning we leave Deurali on a trail that passes through terraced fields, lush forests, and flatlands. Just before reaching Ghandruk, you will cross a suspension bridge over Khumbu Khola. 

    • Overnight stay at Breeze Guest House (room with attached bathroom)
    • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  7. day7

    Trek from Ghandruk village (1,950m) to Kimche (1,784m) and drive to Pokhara hotel

    Itinerary Facts
    Trek Distance 2.9km / 1.8miles
    Highest Altitude 1,950m / 6,397ft
    Trek Duration 3 hrs
    Driving Hours 1.30 hrs

    You will follow a stone-paved trail that weaves around traditional villages and several terrace farms. Eventually, you will cross Modi Khola to reach Birethanti, and from Birethanti, you will trek for about 30 minutes to reach Kimche.  Then, we will take a bus to reach Pokhara. Your trek ends in Pokhara.   

    You are free to spend your time as you like. There are so many places to visit and activities you can take part in Pokhara. After, enjoying your time in Pokhara, you can return to Kathmandu. 

    • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch)

Cost includes

  • Transportation for Kathmandu-Pokhara by tourist bus.
  • Drive to Goaleshwor from Pokhara.
  • Kimche to Pokhara by private transport
  • One-night accommodation in Silver Oaks Inn in Pokhara with breakfast.
  • Teahouses/lodges accommodation (generally twin sharing rooms)- 5 nights
  • All standard meals (6 Lunches, 5 Dinners, and 6 Breakfasts) during the trek
  • Government-licensed Discovery World Trekking experienced trek guide
  • Trek leader (guide), assistant trekking guide (12 or above trekkers: 1 assistant guide), and porter to help with trekkers' luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter).
  • Coverage of guides and porters' meals, insurance, salary, lodging, transportation, and other necessary equipment
  • Water purification tablets for safe drinking water
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) fee
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card fee
  • All government, local taxes, and official expenses
  • Rescue operation arrangements in case of complicated health conditions (funded by travel insurance)
  • Souvenir - a company's T-shirt & cap
  • Discovery World Trekking trek appreciation certificate after the trek
  • Farewell dinner at Kathmandu at the end of the trek.

What is excluded?

  • International flight airfare
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees for multiple entries on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport- USD 50 for thirty days
  • Excess baggage charges (Limit is 9kg per person)
  • All accommodations and meals in Kathmandu, before and after the trek
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, early return from the trek.
  • Personal expenses (shopping, snacks, boiled bottled water, hot and cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone calls, battery re-charge fee), extra porters, etc
  • Personal clothing and gear
  • Travel insurance which has to cover emergency high-altitude helicopter rescue and evacuation compulsory
  • Tips for guides and porters
  • Additional costs due to delays caused by circumstances out-of-management control, for example, landslides, bad weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, illness, change of government policies, strikes, etc
  • All the costs and expenses not listed in "cost includes" are counted as excludes

Equipment list for Mohare Danda trekking

The exact clothing and equipment you will need for Mohare Danda depend on the season and your preferences. However, we have compiled this list to help you pack for the trek. We advise you to bring only the minimum luggage to the trek. You can store your excess luggage at your hotel or the Discovery World Trekking store for free.  


  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Winter hat, insulating hat, or a wide-brimmed hat
  • Headlight with extra batteries


  • Sunscreen
  • Face/body wipes
  • Sunglasses with UV protection



  • Lightweight gloves
  • Heavyweight winter gloves


  • Hiking shirts
  • T-Shirt (bring lightweight wool)
  • Polypropylene underwear
  • Down jacket (available for rent in Kathmandu)
  • Long-sleeved shirt made of synthetic fiber
  • Hooded rain jacket
  • Fleece jacket
  • Lightweight cotton pants
  • Sweater
  • Waterproof jacket and pants


  • Hiking Boots that you have worn 
  • Thick wool socks (Take an extra pair of thick light socks)

Essential gear

  • Backpack or daypack (Size depends on whether you take porter or not)
  • Water purification
  • Trekking pole
  • Thermal bottle
  • Sleeping bag (-15 degree bag is best in high altitude trekking)
  • Toiletries (toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrush)



  •  Medium-size drying towel
  •  Nail clippers
  • Small mirror
  • Toothbrush
  •  Toothpaste
  •  Deodorant/ floss
  •  Bio-degradable bar soap


Personal accessories

  • Money
  • Watch
  • Cell phone
  • Camera


Extra items

  • First aid kit
  • Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport
  • Notebook and pen
  • Binoculars

Trip Information

Free airport pickup/drop off

Discovery World Trekking provides free airport pick-up from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu on arrival and free airport drop-off on departure for all its clients. We provide this service so that you do not feel alone in a foreign country or/and have any navigation problems. When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, you will find our company representative holding our company pamphlet with your name on it. Our representative will greet you and present you with a garland as a welcome gesture. They will then take you to your hotel in a private vehicle. To take advantage of this service, you must share your flight details with us after booking the trek. 


Journey start

You will arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport before 3 pm at least one day before the trek departure date for last-minute preparations. If, in case, you missed the online trip briefing, it will also provide us time to conduct an in-person trip briefing. During the trek briefing, we will introduce each other, provide you with vital information about the trek, and check your luggage to ensure you have not forgotten to pack the essential things. On the trek departure day, early in the morning, we will board a tourist bus to Pokhara. After spending a night at Pokhara, the following morning, we reach the trek region at Goleshwor on a bus. 

This package covers Kathmandu - Pokhara, Pokhara - Goleshwor, and Kimche - Pokhara transport on a bus.


You will spend one night at Silver Oaks Inn in Pokhara in a room with an attached bathroom and other amenities. Similarly, you will spend four nights in trek regions at Bans Kharka, Naangi, Mohare Danda, and Deurali. All accommodations are on twin sharing basis. You will stay at the best possible lodges/hotels/ homestays in the trek regions.

You will need at least two days of hotel stays in Kathmandu - one before the trek starts and one at the end. However, this package does not cover stays in Kathmandu. Kathmandu has a range of hotels to suit all tastes and budgets. We do not want to limit your choices. 



The Mohare Danda trek is moderate. However, as you will be trekking for long hours, you will need plenty of nutritious food and we will provide you with tasty, nutrient-rich, and hygienic food. We hand-select hotels/lodges/restaurants to ensure food quality. You will get plenty of healthy food, however, as you travel to remote regions your choices may get limited. 

This package includes six breakfasts, six lunches, and five dinners. 

Breakfast - French Toast with Jam, Butter, Hashed Brown Eggs, Varieties of eggs (Omelets), Pancakes, Muesli Breads, Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, Cheese, and Honey Tibetan Bread or Chapati, Local Tsampa Porridge, Fruits and Vegetables, Hot Drinks - varieties of Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolates, etc.

Lunch  - Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari, Tenduk, Spaghetti Noodles, Various Soup Items, Sherpa Stew Steaks, Sandwiches, Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable Curry, Tibetan Bread, Momo (Dumplings), Macaroni Dishes, Potatoes, Salad, Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snacks (Papad, Prawn), Dessert Items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), etc

Dinner - Vegetables, Salads, Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed), Various Soup Items, Dal (lentils), Bhat (Rice) & Tarkari (Curry), Tibetan Bread, Vegetable Curry, Potato Items, Sherpa Stew, Steaks, Sandwiches, Momo (dumplings), Macaroni Dishes, Tenduk, Spaghetti Noodles, Thukpa, Pasta, Snacks, Papad, Prawn, Korean Ramen, Dessert Items (Rice Pudding/Apple Pie), Steaks, etc.

For a better trek experience and health benefits, we suggest you avoid non-veg foods in trek regions. Similarly, we advise you to avoid alcoholic, caffeinated, and chocolate drinks and dairy items. You should take plenty of fresh vegetables and liquids like lemon tea, ginger tea, green tea, and garlic soup. 

This package does not cover personal bills (alcoholic, hot (tea, coffee), and cold drinks) in tea houses/ lodges/ cafes, except standard meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner with seasonal fruits).

Best Time for Mohare Danda trek

You can complete the Mohare Danda trek in any season. However, your experience differs slightly based on the weather differences. The trek trails are a little busier in the spring and autumn compared to the winter or summer (monsoon) seasons.

If you are a little laid-back and easygoing person, we advise you to trek in spring (March, April, May) or autumn (September, October, November). The cool temperatures, almost no chance of rainfall, and beautiful mountain views due to clear skies make trekking during these seasons desirable.

The summer (May, June, and July) months are a little hot but wet due to active monsoons. Due to monsoons, the skies can become clouded, and the rain makes the trails slippery. However, the raging rivers, green forest foliage, and stunning rainfalls can look very attractive. 

The winter (December, January, and February) brings snowfalls at high altitudes, but the clear skies and mountain peaks with fresh snow look stunning.

Here is a brief snapshot of the weather condition in the high altitudes at Mohare Danda trek regions during each season. 


Spring (March, April, May)
The temperature is cool, the rainfall is low, the skies are clear, and the mountains look incredible. For this reason, trekkers come to this trek region in droves. The mean temperatures at Mohare Danda are between 5 to 15℃. The lower trek regions are warmer, making the trek climatically desirable. Trekking gains pace after March as tourists flock to enjoy the views of red, pink, and white rhododendrons at elevations up to 3,000m. The temperature starts to rise from mid-March. 


Summer (June, July, August)
Summer in Nepal begins in June and ends in August. The summer heat is tolerable in Nepal, and trekking in higher elevations is quite pleasant. However, summer in Nepal coincides with the monsoon. The monsoon rain causes the trails to be wet and slippery. The daily temperatures at high trek elevations range from 15 to 25°C during the day and 5 to 15°C at night. The rain causes the plants to bloom, and the whole trek region's vegetations look lush and green. 


Autumn (September, October, November)
Autumn, like spring, is a season that brings travelers from around the world to Mohare Danda. The moderate temperatures, mild wind, clear skies, and low precipitation allows superb mountain views making autumn a wonderful trek season. 

The nights are equally alluring, with clear skies allowing fantastic views of the heavens up above. At high altitudes, day temperatures can reach 20°C but come down to 5°C at night. The greens that blossomed during monsoon fade to beautiful golden/amber color providing spectacular contrast with the backdrop of clear blue skies. 

The environment is clean, the lowlands are lush, and the crops ripen in the fields. The biggest Nepali festivals, like Dashain, Tihar, and Chhat fall during this season and add a festive mood to the whole country.


Winter (December, January, February)
Winter treks to Mohare Danda are also mildly popular. The high trek regions get a bit cold during the winter, but this excites a different breed of trekkers. The day temperatures at high trek elevations dip to 5 °C, tempting winter-loving trekkers. The nights are colder at around -5 °C. Late December and early February are the coldest time in Nepal. 

However, from mid-February, the weather warms up, and days become very pleasant. The clear skies and fresh snow on mountain tops look incredibly stunning. If you have cold allergies, you should not aim to trek during this time. Otherwise, you can still enjoy the Mohare Danda trek in winter. 



We conduct private (single) as well as group treks. For a group of 14 or more, we add an assistant guide. We can lead all group sizes. If you have your own group, the larger your group, the more discount you can get. However, you will not get discounts for the trekking groups that we assemble. 


Trip grade and fitness

The Mohare Danda trek is an easy-grade trek in the Annapurna region. You will be hiking for about four to five hours, taking regular breaks for rest, taking pictures, and enjoying the scenery. The trails can be straightforward or gently incline or decline as they pass through forests, villages, and farmlands. Almost any person can complete the trek. This would be a great trek for families. However, if you have heart, lung, or blood diseases, you must consult your doctor before booking the trek. 


Typical day

Each day will bring a new trekking experience that includes hiking, climbing, enjoying the sceneries, taking pictures, trying new food, and exploring new places. Our trek leader will accompany you while providing information about the new regions as you visit them. Our porters will carry the luggage, but we expect you to bring a regular day pack to keep your valuables and essential documents safe. 

We will serve you lunch often mid-way to the next destination. After lunch, you will rest for an hour and resume the hike. The afternoon hike will be shorter, around two or three hours. Once you reach the destination for that day, you are free to explore nearby places before it gets dark.

We will serve you dinner at around seven. After dinner, your guide will brief you about the next day’s plan. Then, you can engage in various activities before going to bed. You can play board games such as cards, monopoly, or chess. If you have a book, you can read it or simply converse with your fellow companions. Most of our clients also learn fun and light words with our team. 



Wi-Fi is available at the lodges/tea houses in the trek regions so you can remain in contact with your friends and families. However, you might need to pay a small fee to avail of the services. You can also buy a local sim in Kathmandu, but depending on your location and the service provider, you may not get a smooth service. Discovery World Trekking remains in contact with all its trek teams at least once a day through the trek leader. We communicate with all our trek teams daily to ensure that the trek is progressing as planned and everyone is comfortable.


Travel Insurance

The Mohare Danda trek is a moderate to easy trek. There are minimum chances of catching altitude sickness. However, this trek is not a regular hike, and you need to purchase suitable travel insurance that includes helicopter rescue at an altitude of up to 3,300m along with medicinal costs. In emergencies, we will use your insurance to plan an effective rescue. 


Passport and visa

All foreigners, except Indians, require a visa to visit Nepal. However, citizens from most countries can get an on-arrival visa at Tribhuvan International Airport and immigration checkpoints along Nepal-India and Nepal-China borders. To apply for the on-arrival visa, you will need a passport with at least six months of validity, a passport-size photo, and visa fees. The current visa fee is USD50 for a 30-day stay. 

Children under the age of 10 receive free visas. Similarly, citizens from SAARC (Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Maldives) and China also get free visas with some limitations. 

However, nationals from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan are not entitled to on-arrival visas. So, if you are a national of these countries, you must contact your local Nepali embassy.

The Nepal government can change the visa policy without notice. Hence, for the latest information about the visa, please visit ​​


Money Exchange

Nepali Rupees (NPR or Rs.) is the Nepali currency. 
1 USD = ~130 NPR.

Though you can bring a traveler’s check, we advise you to bring cash (major currencies) and exchange them for Nepali Rupees in Kathmandu. Though a traveler’s check is more secure, you will face lengthy bank processes and high commissions to cash a traveler's check. Depending on the bank, the banks can charge 4 percent or more to cash your traveler’s check. 

You can easily exchange your (major) foreign currency at legal money exchanges all over Thamel in Kathmandu. These money exchanges display their ongoing rates to the public. Some hotels will also cash small amounts of foreign currency. If you have Indian Rupees (INR), ensure that you only have INR notes of 100 and 2,000 as these are the only (INR) notes legal in Nepal.

You can also withdraw Nepali Rupees from ATMs all over Kathmandu. Some of these ATMs are open 24/7. However, the service charge is Rs. 500 for Rs. 35,000 withdrawal. Since the trek regions do not have money exchanges, you should exchange your currency in Kathmandu based on your spending habit. We estimate that you will need around USD 10 to 20 per trek day to cover miscellaneous expenses such as hot drinks, alcohol, Wi-Fi use, etc.

Since most banks in Asia do not accept old, torn, or faded foreign currency, you should bring new and crisp bills.


It is always great to travel light, especially so for long treks. If you need guidelines on what to pack, view the equipment section. You can store excess luggage at your hotel or Discovery World Trekking store. We will assign porters to carry your luggage, but your luggage weight limit is 9 kg. We do not allow our porters to carry more than 18 kg of luggage. So, we assign one porter for every two trekkers. In addition, we expect you to bring a regular backpack to carry your valuables and essential documents. 


Trek safety

Discovery World Trekking guarantees client safety, satisfaction, and security. Our trek teams carry all the standard gear, equipment, and essential items, such as first aid kits. If a trek member falls sick, your trek leader decides whether to continue the trek or descend immediately based on the overall situation. In emergencies, we will deploy a helicopter to bring back an affected trekker to safety (funded by insurance). Moreover, for an added layer of safety, we will trek together as a group


Discovery World Trekking crew

Our government-licensed trek leaders/Sherpas will accompany you as you trek to your destinations. Porters will carry your luggage, however, we also expect you to bring with you a small backpack for your valuables and essential documents.

Our trek lead/guides come from the remote high Himalayas and they can easily endure the high altitudes due to their upbringing. All of our employees are precious to us. We pay them well and cover their accommodations, food, drinks, and insurance. They receive medical care when ill or injured. At Discovery world trekking, we believe that only happy people can keep others happy. Hence, we try our best to keep our employees happy. 

Our trek guides:

  • have a government-authorized trek guide certificate
  • are trained in extensive wilderness first aid
  • speak English and one other language
  • have rock climbing experience 
  • have completed biodiversity and conservation training.


Responsible Travel

Discovery World Trekking understands the need for conserving trek regions. We know if we do not save our trek regions from adverse effects today, in the future no tourists will visit these regions in the future. Hence, we partner with Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) to organize eco-friendly trips. We always try our best to leave only our footprints behind in trek regions. Our goal is to leave the campsites in better condition than when we arrived. 


Booking and payment

Discovery World Trekking is a Nepal-government registered, bonded, and licensed trek and tour operator in service for over a decade. We are also members of the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN) and the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Hence, you can book our trek/tours with us in confidence.

We require 10% of the trek cost as advance to confirm the booking. You can pay using bank transfer, Wise, or online through our website. The rest of the trek cost is due when you arrive in Kathmandu. Once in Kathmandu, you can pay the remaining amount in cash, through bank transfer, Wise or credit cards. 

We will also email you the payment details, including the modes of payment available. We request you to send essential documents - passport copy, passport-size photos, and insurance certificate within a week of trek booking. We need these documents to acquire trek permits, book accommodations, arrange transport, and conduct other paperwork required for the trip.



Nepali culture accepts tipping and views it as a testimony to great service. The tip amount should reflect the trip cost, length of trip, and quality of service received. We advise you to tip as a group at the end of the trek. 


Last-minute booking

Though it is always good to plan your travel, for those unable, Discovery World Trekking has a provision for a last-minute booking. To take advantage of this service, you must clear 100% of the trip cost 24 hours before the intended trek departure date. Discovery World Trekking is forever ready to conduct the treks. However, in case of last-minute booking, you cannot hold us accountable for trek delays due to circumstances beyond our control, such as bad weather, landslides, and hotel unavailability. 


Trip extensions

After completing the Mohare Danda trek, if you are staying in Nepal for a few more days, we can arrange several activities for you, such as Kathmandu Valley sightseeing, a trip to Nagarkot, Chitwan jungle safari, canyoning, another trek, paragliding, rafting, and much more!



After completing the Mohare Danda trek, Discovery World Trekking will organize a farewell dinner in Kathmandu. After dinner, we will present you with a Discovery trek achievement certificate. This is also a good time to provide us with trek feedback so that we can improve our services in the future. We also hope to receive positive comments on social networking sites. 


Useful Info

The Mohare Danda trek includes fixed departure dates from Kathmandu and Pokhara. However, we can conduct the trip at a time suitable for you. Please review the departure dates, and if they do not suit you, let us know. We will conduct the trek at your convenience. 

Please note the above itinerary may be modified in rare cases, if we face circumstances beyond our control, such as unavailability of lodging, bad weather, floods, etc. In such cases, your guide might alter the itinerary in consultation with all trek members. 

We look forward to guiding you to Mohare Danda and showing you some of the most incredible landscapes on earth.


Trip Departure Dates

Note to solo travelers:

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Book this trip with us. Here are the upcoming dates. Feel free to share this trip with your friends and family as we organize exclusive private group treks only. For custom trips or general inquiries contact us.

Trip Start and End Point
Kathmandu / Kathmandu

PriceDeparture DateTrip status
$750$600save $1507 Days23 Jul, 2024 - 29 Jul, 2024GuaranteedEnquire Now
$750$600save $1507 Days26 Jul, 2024 - 1 Aug, 2024GuaranteedEnquire Now
$750$600save $1507 Days28 Jul, 2024 - 3 Aug, 2024GuaranteedBook Now
$750$600save $1507 Days30 Jul, 2024 - 5 Aug, 2024GuaranteedBook Now
$750$600save $1507 Days2 Aug, 2024 - 8 Aug, 2024GuaranteedBook Now

Group Discount Available

No. of PersonsPrice per Person
2 PaxUS$ 600
3 PaxUS$ 580
4 - 6 PaxUS$ 550

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Discovery World Trekking is the trademark name of Discovery World Trekking Pvt. Ltd. Our name, logo, and slogan are registered in Nepal. Our Nepal Tourism Board trekking and travel company license number is 1495.

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