Valley of Arun Trekking is full of natural wonders and cultural diversity. The Arun Valley lies between the two highest mountains in the world, Everest and Makalu. Because of its picturesque splendor, this region has a lower impact from the outside world. The main ethnic groups in this area are Sherpa, Rai, and Limbu. To the east of Everest is the Arun Valley. The trek to Makalu from the Arun Valley is the least popular among tourists. By flying directly to Tumlingtar, the hike to Makalu can be cut in half.
We start our journey in the Arun Valley, heading north along the Arun River to Sedua and Num. We arrive in Upper Barun Khola Valley after crossing Barun La (4,110 m). We can have a good look at Makalu from there. We can go on a more adventurous trip into the upper Hongu Valley by crossing Sherpani Col and West Col. Salpa Bhanjyang is the highest peak of the Arun Valley Trek. We can go to the “Salpa Holy Lake,” which is a sacred lake (3,414 m). This is the journey to take to take in the stunning scenery of valleys and silvery mountains. The walking terrain provides spectacular views of the Arun River and Valley.
- View of Himalayas Everest, Mera Peak, Makalu, Amadablam, Thamserku, and other towering peaks.
- Understand and witness the different cultures in the region.
- Trek through isolated valleys and pink/red flowering rhododendron forests.
- Stunning beauty of the lush green Arun Valley & Makalu-Barun National Park
- Experience the diversity of unique flora and fauna.