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Gov. Reg. No.: 93044/2068/69
Length of trip: 14 days
Grade: Easy to Moderate
Highest Alt: 4175 m
Average walking: 5-7 hrs per day
Type of trek: Tea house/ Camping
Best season: Spring/Autumn/Winter
Group size: Min. 2 people
Duration: 0 days
Laughing Trekking is new idea for the celebration of good because "Laughing is the smile of the World". Laughing is the way of eliminating toxins from the body. Laughing is what makes life fun." If there was no laughing, human life would have been much boring.
Clinical research on Laughter conducted either at the University of Graz in Austria; or in a university in the United States has Scientifically Proven that Laughter lowers the level of stress hormones (epinephrine, cortical, etc) in the blood. It fosters a positive and hopeful attitude. It is less likely for a person to succumb to stress and feelings of depression and helplessness, if one is able to laugh away the troubles. It is sweeping the world and is a complete wellbeing workout.
Relying on humor, Jokes or Comedy we make you laugh in the mountains. In the laughter Trekking program we arrange guides and staffs who can make you laugh in your natural state. They will tell you refreshing jokes whenever you feel you like to laugh. When you take rest after few minute walk, then there starts group laughing to freshen you which will you help to be new. This trekking mostly we organize for group and you will be physiological and psychological benefitted. We will make you refreshed curing from tensions, anxieties ad worries by the unconditional laughter. Laughing without a reason is spiritual; it is an expression of one's hidden sources of energy
Our Laughing Trekking is the tribute to the Laughing Buddha (also known as Hotel in Japan or Pu-Tai in China) an actual wandering Chinese monk who lived at the time of the Liang Dynasty (907-923 AD). He is incorporated in Buddhist, Taoist and Shinto traditions. He is most often depicted with a large round tummy, laughing or smiling. He also sometimes carries a cloth sack which never empties. In this bag are sweets for children, food, precious items, rice plants etc. He is like a patron for the weak, poor and children and as well as giving it seems he takes away our woes and sadness. He symbolizes good luck, contentment and abundance. He also sometimes carries a wishing fan, granting people wishes.
Join our Laughing Trekking Programs.
Day 01: Arrival, transfer to hotel, introductions and briefing
Day 02: Drive to Pokhara
Day 03: Trek to Dhampus (1600 m)
Day 04: Trek to Forest Camp (2100 m)
Day 05: Trek to Humaal (3150 m), 5 hrs
Day 06: Trek to Guhe (4100 m), 4 hrs
Day 07: Trek to Machhapuchhare Base Camp (4175 m)- day hike
Day 08: Trek to Humaal, 7 hrs
Day 09: Trek to Sedding (1500 m), 4 hrs
Day 10: Trek to Thulo Chaur (1600 m)
Day 11: Trek to Ghochock (1150 m)
Day 12: Pokhara (960 m), 3 hrs
Day 13: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 14: Fly back home