The Balthali Village Trekking is the skimpy and the moderate walk to the remote village called Balthali at the height of 1,730m, situated 40 km away from Kathmandu in the joint between Roshi and Ladhu river just beyond Panauti. Balthali Village Trekking has pastoral settlement of archetypal indigenous communities which lies on the hill amidst terrace paddy fields with red color thatched typical local houses. This off the beaten trial has endless offers like lush greenery, picturesque paddy, ancient temples, stunning mountain views and many more than expected.
Balthali Village Trekking is listed as one of the best multi-day low altitude treks by Lonely Planet website; one of the largest travel sites in the world. Starting and ending in Kathmandu valley, Balthali trekking takes a trekkers via Buddhist shrines, rural hamlets and the stunning Balthali village situated on a plateau surrounded by terraced rice paddies and local houses. Balthali village trekking offers a beautiful sunrise in the east, unbeaten glimpse of spectacular snow covered crest of Himalayans like Manaslu, Langtang, Dorjee, Lakpa and Everest in the north, picturesque paddy terrace in the west, lush greenery carpet shaped jungle of various floras of Mahabharata range including colorful Rhododendron, Magnolia and Sal trees in the south with very peace and charm environment. Balthali Trekking is also to observe the sacred and ancient temples and monasteries such as Mahadev Temple, Brahmayani Temple and Namo Buddha Temple. Balthali village is one of the culturally rich villages just as Kathmandu valley. Even during the busiest touristy season in Nepal, Balthali village trek remains calm and quiet offering peaceful experience for anyone visiting this area. Overall saying, Balthali village trek is a relaxing trekking for people looking for easy and low altitude trekking route near Kathmandu valley.
Balthali Village Trekking is designed for all level trekkers for the nature lovers, bird watchers, culture, community and sustainable explorer. This Trekking takes place anywhere between three to six days and can be done year-round, but avoid rainy July and August and hyper-cold December through January. So, set a time free to time to explore this quaint natural heaven in companion of Holiday Tours Nepal.