Bhairav Kunda Trek

Bhairav Kuda Trek

Bhairav Kunda, certainly a great trek, which is located northeast of Kathmandu, is one such site. ‘Bhairav’ is the destructive manifestation of Lord Shiva, while ‘Kunda’ means pond. Due to its tantric connotations, Bhairav Kunda is a favored pilgrimage site for the dhami-jhnakris of Nepal, they are referred to as shamans who are said to communicate with spirits of the netherworld, and especially in August every year (during the Janai Purnima festival) they congregate in their hundreds here. Bhairav Kunda is also one of the newly opened trekking destinations in Nepal, so now you too can go on a 10-day trek to this mysterious ‘kunda’, that’s situated at quite a height, that is, 4,364 meters above sea level. This means you’ll be climbing quite a bit from Kathmandu, which is at an altitude of 1,350 meters above sea level. Nearby Bhairav Kunda is Panch Pokhari (Five Ponds), another sacred site that has similarly been opened for trekking in the recent past. Before proceeding further, here’s something on Rasuwa district where Bhairav Kunda is located.

It is the smallest of the 16 Himalayan districts, with its center, Dhunche, being about 120 km from are more than 100 ponds/lakes in and around the region, with the most famous being Gosainkunda, which is another popular destination for pilgrims and trekkers alike. However, your Bhairav Kunda trek will mostly take you through Sindhupalchok district on an ancient Nepal-Tibet trading route. You’ll get up-close and personal with the lifestyle and culture of the Tamang and Sherpa communities who inhabit this region. Now, the trek: first you drive down the Arniko Highway to a place called Jalbire (1,040 m), which takes around five to six hours. It’s a drive you’ll not find boring, since the scenery along the way is quite lovely; lots of hulking mountains, terraced paddy fields, compact little villages, et al. Jalbire has a predominantly Newari culture, but once you start your hike from there the next day, everything changes, and you’re in Tamang and Sherpa territory. You’ll be coming across numerous chortens (stupas) on the route thereon, Buddhism being the prevalent religion here.

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  • Duration 13 Days
  • Activities Trekking
  • Trekking starting from Kathmandu
  • Max-Altitude 4364m
  • Activity Level Moderate
  • Group Size Min. 2Pax
  • Tour Type Private and group tour

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges

North Nepal representative will be there at airport for your convenience to greet you and transfer to your hotel. When you have had your time to settle in and freshen up after your long fight, You will have meeting with your programme coordinator and discuss about the equipment needed for the trekking and briefing about our designed program. If you arrive at night we will have same discussion in next day morning after your breakfast.

Kathmandu is more than just a capital city of Nepal. It is rich in culture, incredible woodcarving, painting, living traditions, sculptures & a unique architectural heritage. the historical & culture city Nepal is a popular destination for tourists, trekkers and other types of adventure seekers. A melting of Hindu and Buddhist both traditions. You will be taken on a half-day city tour of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur cities.
– Bouddhanath
– Syambhunath
– Pashupatinath
– Bhaktapur

After having breakfast we will head towards Jalbire. It is about 5-hour scenic drive from Kathmandu to Jalbire. Jalbire is the place for scenic views for the mountains. Jalbire is rich in Newari culture and home to the Hindu temple of God Bishnu which lies on the banks of the Balephi River. This is where we set up our tents for the night with all meals inclusive

Early morning after breakfast our trek will start. We walk through a waterfall and some small Tamang villages to reach Chanute. It takes around 4 hours. Chanute is a small village where people belonging to the Chhetri and Brahmin communities live. Overnight in tented camps with all meals inclusive.

After breakfast, our next trek will be to Khani Gaun. Chanute-Khanai Gaon is about 5-6 hours walk. The walk is a little more challenging and steep. We have to follow uphill steeps. But we can have a great hike throughout the way as we can see spectacular villages and streams. Khani Gaun is a Newar village and it is believed that during the war between Gorkha and Bhaktapur, natives of Bhaktapur came here to save their lives. Overnight in tented camp inclusive B. L. D. (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner).

Today after breakfast, we visit Khani village and meet the local folks and explore around. Overnight in tented camps inclusive full board meals.

After having breakfast, we will walk uphill which is steep through rhododendron forest. It is about 6-7 hours trek. This is a great chance to capture the scenery of the rhododendron forest and you can also see beautiful birds and many wild animals. Overnight inside tented camps inclusive BLD. (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner).

The trek today is tougher as you have to climb upwards for around 4 hours. But the enchanting views of pine and rhododendron forest will be there to make your walk pleasurable. After four hours of ascending we reach Pati and we can relax in the rest houses built at Pati for pilgrimages. You will enjoy views of splendid mountains. Stay overnight in tented camps inclusive bed and breakfast.

Our next destination is Bhairav Kunda which is about 3 hours walking from Pati. First 1-hour walk goes uphill following further about 2 and a half hours of. Bhairav Kund is a religious valued place. Many people from different parts of Nepal visit this place to take a holy bath mainly during June/July. The pilgrims also do worshipping to the Bhairav (the destructive form of Lord Shiva) in the temple found nearby the lake. Stay overnight in tented camps inclusive BLD

We have to start our trek little early so that we can have exciting views of sunrise from Bhairav Kund top. We also can get lovely views of glimmering mountain ranges namely Langtang, Jugal Himal, Rolwaling and the Tibetan Range. Furthermore, the typical village situated at 2500m, Sherpa Gaon is about 6 hours walking from the top. Stay overnight in tented camp inclusive BLD.

This is our final day hike; we leave for Larcha after having our breakfast. Our journey goes through the back of Bhote Khosi. We can reach Larcha in about 4-5 hours. After reaching Larcha, we can have a hot spring bath and then walk for a further 30 minutes; here we can have the hot spring bath and chill out after the grueling hike. We return to Larcha from the hot spring. Overnight camping at Larcha with all meals.

After completing our route and walking for so long, we finally return back to Kathmandu. It is about 6 hours scenic drive back to Kathmandu and we then transfer to our hotel for refreshment and rest. Stay overnight at your hotel and we also enjoy a farewell dinner and breakfast.

After breakfast and our last day in Kathmandu, our vehicle and escorts will be on standby to drop you to the international airport three hours before our scheduled flight back home.


  • Airport Pick up and drop off service by Private Coach.
  • 2 night’s accommodation with breakfast at Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Three-time food in a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) with Tea & coffee during the trek.
  • Accommodation during the trek.
  • An experience Guide (trained by Ministry of tourism) his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment.
  • Surface Transfer to the destination from Kathmandu.
  • Public Bus to Shyphrubensi to Kathmandu as trip Schedule.
  • Langtang National Park permits & TIMS Permits.
  • Tourist service charge, Vat.
  • One map of Langtang trek for the group.
  • International airfare and Nepal entry visa fee (You may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu).
  • Meals whilst in Kathmandu.
  • Nepal Travel/medical insurance.
  • Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry, Tips.
  • Expenses occurred due to unavoidable Events i.e. road wrecks, flight delays etc.


  • Visit the Hindus and Buddhist holy Bhairav Kunda Lake.
  • Adventurous camping trek to the untouched area of Langtang region.
  • Picturesque views of Himalayan panorama ranges.
  • Explore the livelihood of local and their lifestyle.
  • Taking the natural hot spring in Tatopani,

The suitable time for this trekking is spring and autumn.

All foreigners except Indian nationals must have a valid visa to enter into Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport upon entry in Kathmandu, Nepal and at Nepal borders of India and Tibet. Visa can be easily extended at the central immigration office.; Visa application requires a passport with at least 6 months until expiration and one passport -size photo. The current cost of the visa for 30 days is US$40(to be paid in cash) for 30 days that is required to make in cash. Other currencies are also accepted although rates may differ.  Other nationalities should check entry requirements. visitors are requested to specify return flight tickets, time intended stay in Nepal. We recommended you schedule at least 1-2 day extra at the end of the trip just in case there is a delay. If no delay occurs we can arrange an additional activity for your time in Nepal. To help calculate the exact dates of these crossings we have found the website to be very useful. The children under the age of 10 will get the free visa. Please be advised to check the current regulation. Visa regulation can change without prior notice. Citizens of China, as well as citizens of south Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka), get the free visa. countries not entitled to get a visa upon arrival are Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan If you are a citizen of one of these countries, please contact your local Nepalese embassy.

Nepali Rupees (NPR/Rs) is the local currency. (1 USD = ~ Rs.100 NPR). We can exchange most of the foreign currencies through local banks and legitimate money exchanges in Kathmandu and all over Thamel. Small amounts of cash can also be exchanged at the hotel. The ongoing rate of exchange is visibly displayed. The government of Nepal has banned the import, export, and use of 500 and 1000 Indian Rupee note in Nepal. You should ensure that you are not carrying these notes on arrival in Nepal as they will be confiscated and you may also be fined. Despite having security advantage of traveler’ cheque, we prefer cash exchange to avoid hassles like a lengthy process and high rate of commission at the banks. You can withdraw cash (in Rupees only) from one of the many ATMs in Kathmandu and Thamel itself. There are quite several ATMs that are open around the clock. The maximum withdrawal amount is 35,000 Rupees for a 500 Rupees processing fee if you are using your foreign card. If you use the money exchange facility at banks and financial institutions the service fee charge imposed is about four percent or more depending upon the bank.  Please note that most of the established banks in Asia will not accept foreign currency notes that are old, torn or faded. Please ensure that you have new, clean notes.

Depending on the season you wish to go trekking you may have to make adjustments to clothing and equipment however these are the necessities list we prepared to keep your comfort and utility in mind. We never recommend our clients to bring over equipment which is not necessary for the trek. Head

  • Sun hat or scarf
  • Winter hat or insulating hat or Wide-brimmed hat
  • Headlight with extra batteries


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


  • Lightweight gloves
  • Heavyweight winter gloves


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


  • Hiking Boots that been worn in
  • 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).
  • Thermal bottle
  • Water purification
  • Trekking pole
  • Sleeping bag (-15 bag is best in the high altitude trek)
  • Toiletries (toilet papers,  toothpaste, toothbrush, )


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

Personal accessories

  • Money
  • Watch
  • Cell phone
  • Camera
  • Extra items
  • First aid kit
  • Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport
  • Notebook and pen
  • Binocular

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