Panch Pokhari Trek is wilderness but beautiful trekking destination in Nepal. Panch Pokhari trekking visits the famous five lakes in the Himalayas. On this trek you going to have beautiful close up views of Himalayas, landscape and wilderness experience.
Panch Pokhara trek offers a real taste of local culture with incredible experience of Himalayan lakes at the altitude of 4300 meters from sea level. In this trek you also have chance to see many birds and animal with beautiful mountain and green hills having different flora and fauna. Panch Pokhari or “Five Holy Lakes” is the religious sites of both Hindus and Buddhist.
Panch Pokhari trek starts from Chautara of Sindhupalchok district. After 4 hours bus drive to Chautara Bazaar, the trekking starts for Panch Pokhari. In this trek we going to passes Sherpa and Tamang village. So you will have knowledge about their lifestyle and their daily activities.
The trekking route demands long walking hours and gets high altitude around 4300 meters. So on should have good physical strength and trekking expereince. On your first night you will experience life in the village homes of Sherpa and Tamang people and your guide will give a short talk on trekking, altitude sickness and the highlights of the trek. These include the holy Five Lakes, the incredible Himalayan scenery and the life style of their people unchanged by time. The unusual climatic and geographical mix make this area as the new world so you should join this event and you going to find the real paradise.
Panch Pokhari (Five Holy Lakes)
It is a five holy lakes s which is situated in Sindhupalchok district of Nepal. It is ninth highest wetland of world. This holy lake is decorated with the unsurpassed natural beauty, biological diversity and the cultural heritage. It lies in the arms of very beautiful Himalayan range and pristine nature. It is very popular for pilgrimage of Hindu and Buddhist. Many Hindus and Buddhist pilgrimages visit this sacred lake in Janai Purnima.