Makalu base camp trek with Arun valley is exceptional trekking in Nepal that offers you the superb views of world’s first and fifth highest mountains, Mt. Everest (8,848m) and Mt. Makalu (8,485m) respectively that bestrides in Nepal. Blessed with eight out of fourteen highest mountains of the planet, Nepal is a land of Himalayas, varied topography and biodiversity, beautiful and kind people with cultural diversity, and many more. The existence of these things makes this highland renowned among nature lovers, cultural learners, and adventure seekers. That’s the reason, trekking in Nepal is getting more popular worldwide. And, the Makalu base camp trek with Arun valley presents you numerous species of birds and animals even endangered ones, diverse floras and faunas, different culture and tradition of ethnic groups of Nepal, and most importantly, the great and closer views of many popular mountains of Nepal. This trek is one of the naturally rich adventurous treks in Nepal that compiles two different trekking destination; Makalu base camp and Arun valley in one single package. What a wonderful offer, isn’t it? Besides wonderful offer, Malung Treks will make your trekking journey more joyful and exciting by providing proper guidance, best service, and professional yet friendly tour guide who will take care of your health. 

The Trekking Trails to Makalu Base Camp?

The trekking trails to Makalu base camp with Arun valley begins with a scenic flight over the snow-clad mountains and delightful terrains from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar. These 20 days trekking trails take you to the remotest yet wonderful land of Nepal, which are Chichila, Num, Seduwa, Tashigaon, KhongmaDanda, Dobate, YangriKharka, LangmaleKharka and finally, Makalu base camp. Through the entire trekking journey, the trek either ascends or descends, there are no flat ways and continues through the dense forests. The adventurous trekking journey to Makalu base camp and Arun valley offers you the glimpse of grazing Himalayan rare animals like yak, sheep, etc., small attractive settlements of ethnic communities’ people like Gurung, Sherpa, Magar, Rai, Kami, etcetera. On the way, you cross metal or wooden suspension bridges, rhododendron forests, rivers, and streams.

Chichila is a small village of largely Gurung community. The trekking route for Arun valley follows between Sagarmatha and Makalu Barun National park. Arun valley is considered as the world’s deepest valley which is surrounded by two highest mountains; Mt. Everest (8848m) and Mt. Makalu (8,485m) which uncovers the spectacular mysteries of this country.

The Highlights of Makalu Base Camp Trek with Arun Valley!

Breath-taking panoramic views of majestic highest mountains on the planet are the major Makalu base camp with Arun valley trek highlights. Witnessing two beautiful mountains along with other mountains from a closer point will be an unbelievable and proud moment for you. Peaceful trekking in the lap of the Himalayas surrounding with warm-hearted Himalayan people offers you the exciting walk in the unique and heavenly landscapes which is home to the last unspoiled mountain ecology on the earth. Additionally, this trek provides you the opportunity to learn unique culture and tradition along with the nomadic lifestyle of people of some deep remote valleys of Nepal over the Himalayas which could be the major highlights too especially for various cultural learners. Lastly but not least, this trek offers you to explore around one of the largest national parks in the country, Makalu Barun National Park which presents a high diversity of forest types. Makalu Barun valley not only attracts mountaineers and adventure trekkers, but also a fine number of biologist and wildlife experts due to the existence of rare plants and animals such as red pandas, snow leopards, and Himalayan black bears. 

Best time to explore Makalu Base Camp and Arun Valley!

The best time to explore the most peaceful and unexplored trekking spots in Nepal; Makalu base camp with Arun valley is spring (March to May) and winter (September to November). Although this trek can be done in the winter season, cold weather couldn’t be suitable for everyone.