The Mystical Timbung Pokhari Trek

The name ‘Timbung Pokhari’ originated from a Limbu word ‘Timbak’, which means the firing of a gun. The locals gave the pond this name as the pond often makes a sound that is similar to that of a gunfire. 

Majestic views of Kanchenjunga can be seen close from the pond which is 466 m in length and 154 m in width.

Even though the pond is covered in snow for six months every year, hosts of pilgrims have been visiting this pond to offer puja for a few centuries now. Pilgrims gather around the pond, especially during the month of Shrawan (July-August) and during festivals like Janai Purnima and Nag Panchami.

The pond is both unique in natural beauty and biodiversity. The area around the pond is home to various rare flora and fauna and is also known as the capital of herbs. Valuable herbs like bikham, kutki, padmachal, jatamasi, panchaule and yarsagumba can be found in the area along with aromatic herbs like sunpati, bhairungpani and sikpale.

The pond has also been featured on the list of 100 new tourism destination of Nepal.

 

45 min flight & 4 - 5 hrs drive. Overnight at Lodge.

Off road 4 - 5 hrs drive & 2 - 3 hrs hike. Overnight homestay.

6 - 7 hrs trek. Overnight in tent.

3 - 4 hrs trek & back to Bikhe Chaur after exploring Timbung Pokhari. Overnight in Tent.

4 - 5 hrs trek & back to Bikhe Chaur. Overnigh in tent

4 - 5 hrs trek. Overnight homestay.

2 -3 hrs trek & 3 hours drive. Explore Illam. Overnight in Hotel.

4 - 5 hrs drive & 45 min flight.

  • Flight from KTM-Bhadrapur-KTM
  • Ground Transportation 
  • Food and Accommodation during trekking (full board service – breakfast, lunch and dinner + hot water)
  • An experienced trekking guide and porters to carry luggage including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
  • All necessary paper works 
  • Wongchhu Peak Promotion Trekking duffel bag 
  • Travel and rescue arrangements
  • Insurance for Nepali Staff
  • Personal trekking and climbing gear
  • Alcohol and Beverages during the trek and climbing season
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, shower, etc.)
  • Emergency Medical Evacuation & any medical costs.

Equipment

Quantity

Waterproof Hiking shoes

1 pair

Changing shoes / sandal

1 pair

Shocks

3 pairs

Warm trousers

2 piece

Warm pants

2 pairs

T – shirts

5 piece

Long underwear

1 pair

Sweater

1 piece

Warm fleece Jacket

1 piece

Baseball hat

1 piece

Warm hat

1 piece

Waterproof pant and jacket

1 pair

Good gloves for trek and climb

2 pair

Sleeping bag

1 piece

Personal back pack

1 piece

Duffel bag

1 Piece

Sun glass

1 piece

Sun block cream

1 piece

Head lamp / torch

 

Water  bottle -1 liter bottle

2 piece

Trekking poles

1 pair

Tooth brush and tooth paste

 

Extra  batteries for head lamp/ torch and camera

 

Extra film rolls/ memory cards (if digital camera )

 

Battery charger ( if digital camera)

 

Towel

1 piece

Lip guard

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Personal first aid kits

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Rain coat

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Trip-Code: WPP-001-TPT
Destination: Nepal
Region: Kanchenjunga
Altitude: 4335 M
Season: Spring/Autumn
Difficulty: Moderate
Accommodation: Hotel, Lodge, Home stay & Tent
Duration: 8 Days

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