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Searching For Yeti & Meaning In Dolpo Nepal

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The last place where there are no tourists. Trip itinerary for October 2020.

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Searching For Yeti & Meaning In Dolpo Nepal

  1. 1. SEARCHING FOR YETI & MEANING
  2. 2. If you are interested in the secrets of the world and meaning of life - than this mystical trip is for YOU. We will visit a territory where there are no mass tourism, hotels and amenities. But it might happen so that we might find YETI.
  3. 3. A trek that not only boasts beautiful sceneries but the traditional way of practicing  Shamanism and Bon-Buddhists which thrives even today in this hidden part of the world. It’s a special land with a different spiritual value where people believe in almost every aspect of life.
  4. 4. We will be lead by a local guide, a scholar of ethnography, customs and languages.
  5. 5. Key Aspects Of The Trip ● Sleeping only in the tents. ● Yoga in the morning. ● Talks and meditation sessions in the evening. ● Conversations with the local monks, shamans and healers (Amchi). ● The search for an answer to the question, “What is the meaning of my busy life ?”.
  6. 6. Conditions to join the hike: 1. A third party recommendation is a must. This is to ensure that we do not include people – who are leaning towards conflicts, aggressive, likes to drink a bit too much and has mental illness for whom the high passes could provoke breakdown. 2. Abstinence from alcohol during the whole trip. 3. Enjoy living the spartan style.
  7. 7. Map Of The Hike
  8. 8. Day 1. Arrival to Kathmandu. Capital of Nepal.
  9. 9. Day 2 . Fly to Nepalgunj (150m)
  10. 10. Day 3. Flight to Juphal (2490m) and trek to Kageni (2272m).
  11. 11. Day 4 . Trek to Tarakot (2540m).
  12. 12. Day 5 . Trek to Laina Odar (2540m).  
  13. 13. Day 6 . Trek to Pivo Cave (3200m).  
  14. 14. Day 7. Trek to Dho Tarap (3944m).  
  15. 15. Day 8. Exploring Dho Tarap.
  16. 16. Day 9. Trek to Numala Base Camp (4440m).
  17. 17. Day 10. Trek To Daigar (4200) through Numala pass (5309m).
  18. 18. Day 11. Trek To Temche (4100m) Through a Bagal Pass (5169m).
  19. 19. Day 12. Trek To Phoksundo (3640)
  20. 20. Day 13. Trek To Chhepka (2838m).
  21. 21. Day 14. Trek To Juphal (2475m).
  22. 22. Day 15. Flight from Juphal To Nepalgunj and Kathmandu
  23. 23. Day 16. Kathmandu
  24. 24. Trek price per person 4136 €; The group minimum 6 and maximum 12 participants
  25. 25. The final route might still change depending on the situation in the region. If you would like to join the team, contact ASAP: Simonas Radkevičius +37060292541 sr.vilnius@gmail.com Darius Radkevičius +37069841027 darius.radkevicius@gig-europe.eu

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