Ganesh Himal Region
Ganesh Himal region is a home to Ganesh Himal which is a sub-range of the Himalayas situated mostly in north-central Nepal. Ganesh Himal includes Ganesh I (Yangra) which is the highest peak in the range and many other peaks. Ganesh Himal is named after highly worshipped Hindu deity Ganesha who is elephant headed God and it is named so because Ganesh IV slightly looks like an elephant because of its ridge resembling elephant’s trunk. Trekking in Ganesh Himal region lets you admire breathtaking views of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu Himal and Langtang Himalayan range. This region is mostly inhabited by Tamang ethnic group. Trekking in this region takes you to Tamang villages and Buddhist artistic monuments like stupa, monastery, chorten, etc from where you can get insights into culture and tradition of local people. Furthermore, trekking in this region lets you encounter varieties of flora including Berberis, Primula, different species of ferns, orchids, etc. Trekking routes are non-touristy and non-crowded. The region offers only camping treks with few stays at local houses. Explore untouched natural splendor and preserved culture of local people in Ganesh Himal region and get a lifetime experience of trekking in Nepal.