A beautiful valley sited on the Makalu Range of Sankhuwasawa district Eastern Nepal, in the middle of the majestic mountain MT. Everest and Makalu. It is home to Sherpa, Rai, and Limbu people. You can witness the diverse culture and tradition while walking through the secluded valley. The beautiful monasteries and small alleys are the cherries on the top. It gives you a very close view of the culture and lifestyle of ethnic people in eastern Nepal.
Arun valley is the less familiar tourist area of eastern Nepal with a remarkable route and is very appropriate for the people who enjoy walking through the ethnic valleys enjoying the mesmerizing scenes presented by nature at its best. It not only thrills you with its natural beauty but also has to offer an incredible trekking experience, with a magnificent view of MT. Everest, Makalu, Chamlang from the Salpa Bhanjyang. Arun valley with its great biodiversity of exceptional flora and fauna, national park, and conservation area will provide the bliss to the excellent trekking experience. The exquisite and lush Rhododendron forest with the astonishing panoramic view, the fluttering ethnic praying flags, and a feeling of wonder and tranquility are not to be missed.
The various small monasteries and Gompa provide peace to the soul. Visit these monasteries is a great experience for the people who enjoy the beauty of silence and prayers. The serene environment of the gompa will give the soul that inner peace. The journey of Arun valley trek begins from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar, Sankhuwasawa district via a flight. Tumlingtar is the beginning point of the trek and it ends on Lukla, Solukhumbhu district. This 15 days journey will provide you the true meaning of wanderlust.
- Holy pond in Salpa bhanjhyang; where the fair is held by the locals in October.
- View of the Chamlang and Makalu from Salpa bhanjyang
- View of the Mt. Everest
- Makalu Barun Conservation Area
- Sagarmatha national park
- Sherpa, Rai, and Limbu settlement
- Beautiful Rhododendron forest
- Serene monasteries and Gompa
- See the abundance of flora and fauna
- Close view of the ethnic culture