Badimalika Trek is a far western heritage trek that takes you into the vast nature of Nepal's far western area. Badimalika Temple, the trek's major focal point, is located in the seti zone of the Bazura district in Nepal's far western area. The panoramic view of the Mt. Api and mt saipal ranges from the path is breathtaking. Many pilgrims visit Badimalika every year, but since the traffic is local in the festival time, it is kept secret to the outsiders. The amazing spiritual ambiance of the Badimalaika is a divine experience in western region trekking of Nepal.
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Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to hotel (1400m). Welcome to the Himalayas! We will receive you outside the international airport terminal of Kathmandu. You will then be transferred to your respective hotel via a private vehicle (Jeep/Bus/Van: Depending upon group size). After some refreshments, you can either rest or explore the street of Thamel and be familiar with the neighborhood In the evening, our senior guide will give you a briefing about the upcoming trip. You will also be invited to a welcome dinner organized by our company which includes a typical Nepali cuisine and a cultural dance. This is possibly your first overnight in the Himalayan land. Overnight at the hotel (breakfast included).
Day 02: Flight to Dhangadhi (800 m) from Kathmandu, drive to Dadeldhura (2000 m). A flight to Dhangadhi is the first leg of the journey (800 meters). A four-hour journey from Dhangadhi along the Godavari will take you to Dadeldhura (2000 meters). Dadeldhura is well-known for its own culture and traditions. In Dadeldhura, the famed Ugratara shrine, as well as historical sites like Amargadhi Fort and Alital, are the main tourist attractions.
Day 03: From Dadeldhura to Jadanga (3828 m). You begin a four-hour trip to Sanfe of Achham after breakfast. Sanfe is a lovely town with excellent hotels and dining options. Two highways lead from here: one to Bajura's Martdai and the other to Achham's district headquarters, Mangalsen. After lunch, you'll go along the BudhiGandaki River on the first road. Jadanga may be reached after a three-hour journey. Jadanga is a tiny community with a health post and a few teahouses.
Day 04: From Jadanga to Budha Krodh (2700 m). You begin strolling across magnificent scenery after breakfast. The majority of the trek is uphill. BudhaKrodh, a tiny town with stunning scenery, waterfalls, verdant woods, and whispering streams, is reached after a three-hour trek. Various flora and animal species may be found in the area. The last village on the journey is BudhaKrodh, where we will stay for the day. Beyond BudhaKrodh, this route only leads to buffalo barns.
Day 05: Walk from Budha Krodh to Bhito. You resume your trek through the thick woodland after breakfast. Following lunch, the trail ascends to a height of 3,800 meters. At this level, trekkers are susceptible to high altitude sickness. The route then continues across large grasslands brimming with vibrant flowers. After lunch, a 3-hour trek will take you to a location called 'Bhito,' where you will spend the night.
Day 06: Walk from Bhito to Triveni (3870 m). After breakfast, the uphill hike begins. On the route, you'll pass through large grasslands, waterfalls, and gurgling streams. We arrive at our today's goal, Triveni, after a five-hour trek. Triveni is a religiously significant location. During big celebrations like Janai Poornima, this tiny space becomes crowded with about 1,500 tents. Early in the morning, people take a holy wash in the local rivers before walking to the Badimalika temple.
Day 07: From Triveni to Badimalika hill (4214 m). Mornings in Triveni are beautiful since you may climb neighboring hills for amazing views of the surrounding region. You will need to bring a packed lunch because there are no tea shops in the region. The route to Badimalika is lined with lovely flora and wildflowers. On the route, pilgrims stop at the Lodibinayak temple to pay their respects to Lord Ganesh. The location provides stunning views of the Badimalika temple and the Triveni River far below.
Day 08: Descend from Badimalika hill to Dhawalpur Lake (2556 m). If you want to see the API and Saipal mountains sparkling in the morning sun, get up early. The vista of the dawn and the vast plains below is indescribable. Standing atop Badimalika hill, above the clouds, gives the impression of being at the top of the world. Pilgrims believe that Goddess Badimalika grants all of their requests. You begin descending toward 'Dhawalpur Lake' after lunch. Some tourists may find the path to be nerve-wracking due to its steepness. However, once you get in DhawalpurLake, you will feel revitalized. It's a lovely spot to spend the night. Dhawalpur Lake is a stunning lake nestled in a thick forest. Dhawalpur Lake is 500 square meters in size and is at a height of 2,556 meters. Lamagadh is located at an elevation of 2,195 meters above sea level and offers spectacular views over the Bajura region. The district headquarters of Bajura is Silgadhi. The primary attraction here is the Shaileshwori Temple, which is devoted to Shiva and Parvati.
Day 09: Walk from Dhawalpur Lake to Lamagadh (2195 m). Dhawalpur Lake is a stunning lake nestled in a thick forest. The lake is 500 square meters in size and is located at an elevation of 2556 meters. The renowned Natyashwori temple may be reached after a three-hour trek from Dhawalpur Lake. It is said that after visiting Badimalika, one must go to Natyashwori temple. A half-hour trek from Natyashwori will bring you to Lamagadh, our last destination for the day. From Lamagadh, one may get wonderful views of several Bajura sites.
Day 10: From Lamagadh to Silgadhi (1008 m). We start our journey to Mourya in the morning. The confluence of the Budhiganga and Malagadh rivers may be seen along the route. Due to its natural beauty, the location is a popular tourist stopover. We leave Mourya after lunch and travel to Silgadhi, Doti's district headquarters.
Day 11: From Silgadhi to Mahendranagar (884 m). Travelers could pay a visit to the famed Shaileshwori Temple in Silgadhi, which is widely regarded by Hindus. You leave Silgadhi after breakfast and go to Dadeldhura for lunch before arriving in Mahendranagar for the night. After a long travel, one may relax at one of Mahendranagar's high-quality hotels.
Day 12: Return from Mahendranagar to Dhangadhi. After breakfast, you go to Shuklaphanta National Park, where you may view the world's largest herd of swamp deer, known as Barasinga in the area. There are also black deer and other deer species that can be seen. After that, you'll head to the Mahakali River to view Nepal's largest suspension bridge. It is now time to travel to Dhangadhi.
Day 13: Flight to Kathmandu from Dhangadhi. You'll fly from Dhangadhi to Kathmandu first thing in the morning. You can enjoy the mountain vista once more. When you arrive in Kathmandu, check into your hotel and get some rest. You may continue wandering around Thamel in the evening
Day14: Departure to your home.This is your last day in Nepal! After breakfast, our escorts and vehicle will be on standby to drop you at the international airport. We will leave the hotel at least 3 hours prior to your actual flight. It was a wonderful and great time spent together. We hope to see you again! Have a safe journey!!
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