Ghorepani is a village in Myagdi District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of northern-central Nepal. It lies 17 kilometres from the district capital of Beni at an elevation of approximately 2874 m (9429 ft). The village lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA), requiring a national park permit to visit, and contains a number of “guest houses” that provide lodging and meals to mountain trekkers, many of whom spend the night before a pre-dawn trek to the top of nearby Poon Hill (3210m/10531 ft) to watch the sunrise.
The place used to be a rest stop where ancient traders found water (pani in Nepali) for their horses (ghora in Nepali), thus leading to the nomenclature Ghorepani. The construction of new roads has made the Ghorepani trade route unnecessary, and as such the main income source for residents of the village is now tourism.
Arrival in Kathmandu Stay overnight in hotel Deluxe Room.
Kathmandu to Pokhara (920m) to Ulleri by Zeep. Attached Bathroom.
Ulleri to Ghorepani (2850m). Attached Bathroom
Ghorepani to Poon hill (3210m) to Ghandruk Attached Bathroom.
Tadapani to Chhumrong (2070m) to Jhinu Danda (Natural Hot Spring).Attached Bathroom
jhinu danda to Pokhara Deluxe Room 5hrs walk and 1 hr drive.
Pokhara Rafting Trishuli River on the way to Kathmandu Stay overnight in Hotel Deluxe Room.By Zeep