You will travel for 12 days, including 10 days of trekking, to visit the villages of the Tamang and Gurung ethnic groups, which are renowned for their distinctive cultures and extensive traditions. These locals also adhere to shamanic techniques known as Bon-Po and old medical practices, which add to our understanding and research of the area.
The trail to Ruby Valley offers a variety of terrain and walking conditions, including practically flatland, terraced fields, moderate and steep climbs, and breathtaking views of tall snow-capped mountains and verdant woodland.
The Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, Boudha Himal, Hiunchuli Dorje Lakpa, and other pristine mountains in western and central Nepal are just a few of the well-known peaks you can visit on this trek. Ganesh Himal is the mountain that bears the name of the elephant-headed god Ganesh. One of the main attractions of the Ruby Valley is the Pangsang Pass, which is located at 3,842 meters.
You get the chance to explore some very distant, less-traveled places of Nepal on this uncharted trekking route. Homestay is the preferred kind of lodging because lodges and guesthouses have not yet been constructed along this brand-new trekking route in Nepal. By staying with locals and eating their food, you may gain first-hand knowledge of rural life in Nepal.
Most of the days spent trekking involve gentle descents through the traditional Tamang and Gurung communities of Tipling, Shertung, Chalish, and Borang. Also, after completing the final leg of the trek from Borang to Dharka Phedi, the Ruby Valley Trek experience comes to an end with a jeep transport to Kathmandu.
At Nepal Alternative Treks and Expedition, we work hard to design and run tours that range from strenuous to relaxing, allowing travelers to take in the undiscovered beauty of the Ganesh Himal Area’s varied scenery, geography, and climate zones. In order to promote the local economy and give visitors the chance to experience the warm hospitality of residents of the Ganesh Himal Region, we create a fully supporting local homestay with a local team of knowledgeable guides and porters. In order to meet your needs, we offer our best personnel and services. We also make it simple for you to adjust the itineraries to your preference.
One of the least traveled secret trekking routes is the Ruby Valley Trek in Nepal’s Ganesh Himal region. Due to ruby reserves in the Ganesh Himal region, the trek is known as Ruby Valley. Although there is not much mining going on, this entire region possesses tremendous mineral resources, including this red valuable stone.