Myagdi-Dhorpatan districts are very suitable for eco-tourism .It has mostly geographical variation with significant bio-diversity. There are available various species of vegetation, mammals, birds and flora-fauna. The world famous Guranshe Ban (Rhododendron forest) is remained here; which is assumed as largest Rhododendron forest in the world. It is home place of famous animals and birds like Kasturee (Deer) and Danfe (Impeyen Pheasant)). Some parts (12600h) of Royal Dhorpatan Hunting Reservation area covered the western parts of the district. There are available almost kind of climates, vegetation, mammals, birds and flora-fauna including numbers of Khola-Nala (Streams) and Jharana (Waterfalls). Every settlement is close to forest with fully natural environment .So it has great prospects of eco-tourism point of view.In this trek you have different experience with Magar Culture and religion. In the district, there are numbers of places to provide panoramic view of Himalayan, Rivers, and Beautiful Landscape. There are also some of the vantage view in this Eco-Tourism Trek such as Takum and Jaljala Deurali with stunning view of Mt. Dhaulagiri Range and Gurga Himal. Then some places are very important for religious site like as Barahasthan where yearly fair in Janaipurnima(Full Moon of August) and Buddha Jayanti (Buddha’s Birth Day).

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Beni

Day 2: Drive to Darbang and trek to Dharapani

Day 3: Dharapani to Lamsung

Day 4: Lamsung to Jaljala

Day 5: Jaljala to Dhorpatan

Day 6: Excursion and trek to Phagune Phedi.

Day 7: Hike to Phagune Phedi and trek to Jungle camp.

Day 8:  Jungle camp to Gurjaghat

Day 9: Gurjaghat to Patichaur

Day 10: Patichaur to Darbang and drive to Beni

Day 11: Drive from Beni to Pokhara

Day 12: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu

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