Dhampus Sarangkot Trek is the most stupendously easy walking holiday in Nepal. If you are in search of low altitude walking trail with full of Mountain Vistas, local culture, traditions, vegetations and terraced farmlands then this is an ideal trek to do. Sublime Trails is the first company to introduce travel planners to create best holiday package for tourists in Nepal. Therefore, travelers can find wide range of travel styles. For those with limited time can enjoy to the fullest by choosing this hiking trip package.
Dhampus Sarangkot Trek is short trekking in Nepal in Pokhara valley. Dhampus and Sarangkot are two separate places of Annapurna region of Nepal. Sarangkot is attached to Pokhara city and can be seen from hikers’ room as well. This place is world famous for the sunrise view and paragliding. For the spectacular view of Pokhara this place is considered as the best viewpoint. Dhampus is alternative to Ghandruk. This place is full of green lush forests, terraced farmlands, multiethnic community villages and panoramic mountain vista spot. It is the door to Annapurna Region trekking in Nepal. The trek starts from Phedi with the drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara for 6/7 hrs and closures at Pokhara city. Following 1 hours drive to Phedi from Pokhara inn then we begins our climb to Dhampus which is one of the wonderful place to see the snowcapped Himalayas and lovely scenes and following day trek goes to Sarangkot. Mesmerizing sunrise view can be seen from this place and the view of Fewa lakeside area is definitely a photographer’s paradise. Dhampus Sarangkot trek is a perfect trek for first time guest who are not experienced trekkers. Without ascending to high altitude this short trekking in Nepal endows mesmerizing experience of rural Gurung community as well as marvelous Mountain Vistas.
Hikers will be blessed by scintillating view of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Neelgiri, Himchuli, Shinga Chuli and many others. The people of Dhampus area are either in Indian Gurkha Army or British Gurkha Army in majority. Therefore, if you wish to visit the villages of world’s fiercest fighters then this short hiking trip around Pokhara Valley could be fruitful.