Chyangba is a unique Sherpa village located in the lap of Pikey Peak below the Khumbu region. The word Chyangba comes from Chyangba which means bushes and Chaymitang in Sherpa Language, which means land covered by the bushes. Before the human settlement the current Chyangba village was fully covered by bushes. According to the local people there ancestor (around 3 families) were migrated there in 16th century. Now Chyangba is under the village development committee of Tapting, where different ethnic group are living together harmoniously. Beside Sherpa, Chyangba is a common home for different ethnic group such as; Magar, Brahamin, Chhetri, Rai, Newar, Tamang, Vishwakarma, Sunwar etc.
Farming is the main occupation of local people. Mainly they use to grow Potato, apple, maize, wheat, barley, peach, radish, buckwheat, and millet. Besides farming tourism is the main attraction of local people, from where male use to make money to support their family. Females are mostly busy in day to day household activities and in farming. When Nepal was opened for westerns, mountains are the main attraction for them. Since then local Sherpa are working as porter, cook, trekking guide and expedition guide for different trekking and expedition group.
The unique Sherpa culture, magnificent landscape, breathtaking view of high mountains such as; Mt Everest, Makalu, Lhotse and endless mountain range from Pikey Peak are the main attraction of Chyangba Village trek. Unlike natural beauty the indicator of health and education are very poor in Chyangba Village. Lack of awareness and proper guiding very few students continue their study after their school.
A.T. Adventures International organizes Chyangba Village Pike Peak Trekking exclusively in two different ways; Homestay for tailor-made trip as per the interest of the trekkers and organized camping trek in our regular trekking plan.
- Unique sherpa village on the lap of majestic mountains.
- Unique culture and lifestyle of local people.
- The taste of local sherpa wine.
- Best view of world highest mountain from the low elevation.
- Driving across the river and hills
March, April, May, September, October, November.
Kathmandu-Jiri- Shivalaya – Namkheli- Pike Peak – Chyangba Village – Kathmandu
|INCLUDED||All necessary land transport as per the itinerary .
Hotel in Kathmandu in normal nice hotel in BB Pan .
Private transportation from Kathmandu to Jiri for member and Nepali staffs.
Private transportation from Chyangba to Kathmandu for member and staffs
All necessary camping equipments.
Tented accommodation in twin share basis during the trekking period.
All necessary kitchen, dining and camping equipments.
All necessary food prepared in the camp by our professional cook.
Fresh local fruits and vegetable.
One professional English speaking guides and required assistance and their salary.
All necessary porters and salary.
First aid kit.
Satellite phone for emergency use only.
Insurance for Nepali staffs.
|NOT INCLUDED||Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
Food outside the camp.
Extra Services beyond the itinerary.
Emergency Medical Evacuation.
Peak physical condition is required to do trekking in the high altitudes of Nepal. We recommend doing extensive training for the up and down routes of Nepal trekking trips. We suggest running, walking, hiking in the hills, and climbing stairs rather than using elevators to help you prepare for the trek. Daily base training can also include swimming, rowing, biking.
Basic Training to Experience our Trekking Tours
- One should be able to hike for 6-7 hours a day.
- One should be able to carry a 35lb backpack.
- We suggest you run about 4/5 miles at home with some load on your back for 2 to 3 months in preparation for this trek.
- You may also use a treadmill (with incline adjustments) for everyday running and walking training.
- If you have an uphill location/mountain, then once a week you should go hiking with a loaded/packed backpack.
- If you do not have mountains or nearby high hills, then use stairs to go up/down whenever you can, rather than using elevators.
|2018 AVAILABLE DATES (Minimum of 2 People)|