Badimalika Trek

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Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

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Group Size: Min 2 Pax

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14 Days

Trip Overview

The Badimalika Trek is located in Nepal's far western region. This journey, located in Nepal's far western area, is absolutely pristine, untouched, and spectacular trekking in Nepal. Badimalika is the religious god situated high in the mountains of the Bajura district in Nepal's Seti Zone. Many pilgrims visit Badimalika each year, but because to the limited traffic during the festival, it is kept a secret from outsiders. The Badimalika magnificent spiritual ambiance is a divine experience in Nepal.

High mountain passes, ancient valleys, caves, breathtaking Himalayan views, cultural and traditional practices, lifestyle, and spirituality covering an excellent spectrum of natural beauty are the main attractions of the Badimalika trip. The beauty of the wilderness in the midst of unspoiled nature is breathtaking, and it is ideal for keen trekkers. The adventure in this area is worth exploring and gives a once-in-a-lifetime experience because the trekking in the far western region is relatively unknown and under-visited.

Bhagwati, a Hindu goddess, is honored in the Badimalika temple. It is a religiously significant site and a spiritually significant location. The trek's main highlights are its remote beauty and unspoilt culture and traditions. Remote campsites, rivers, mountains, passes, Himalayan views, and magnificent green hills can all be explored. The Badimalika trek, a hidden jewel, is the ideal way to discover the mountain's breathtaking grandeur. The wonderful grandeur of the Bajura in Nepal's west-northwest region awaits explorers. Badimalika temple is located on a small hillside. The spiritual Badimalika trek's main attraction is this. Furthermore, the trek provides the greatest views of the Api and Saipal mountain ranges.  During the Badimalika trip, you can learn about the local people's untouched culture and traditions.

The Badimalika temple is located around 4200 meters above sea level. Technically, this trek is not difficult, but the high-altitude sickness makes it difficult in this area. It's difficult to trek because of the floral smell and the high altitude. The expedition isn't entirely a camping excursion. However, because there is no human habitation in the upper section of the Bajura area, trekkers must remain in camps. Local teahouses and lodges can be found in the lower areas of the Bajura district for accommodation. The natives' hospitality is second to none.

The trek to Badimalika begins with a flight to Dhangadi in western Nepal's plains. Dadeldhura is a short drive from Dhangadi, the far west's urban hub. You'll continue on to Jadanga and Budha Krodh, two of the most pure and lovely settlements in the area. Badimalika is a little distance ahead of Triveni. You will visit the temple and take a tour of the magnificent grazelands and mountains. You will trek to Dhawalpur Lake from Badimalika. From the peak, the magnificent views of the Api and Saipal mountains are breathtaking.

Dhawalpur Lake is a wonderful lake to see in this region, nestled within the lush forest. You will trek to Lamagadh after exploring the lake. One of the most popular temples in the neighborhood is the Natyeshwari temple, which is located along the road. The Natyeshwari temple will be your destination. On the trip to Silgadhi, you will also have the option to see the Saileshwari temple. A drive from Silgadhi will take you to Dadeldhura and Dhangadi. You'll fly from Dhangadi to return back to the Kathmandu Valley.


Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu

You will go for sightseeing around Kathmandu today with our staff. You will t our to Swayambhunath (monkey temple), Bouddhanath (Buddha stupa), Pashupatinath/Biggest Hindu Temple and Patan Durbar Square. We will pack all of the necessary items and double-check all of the paperwork to officially start our trek from tomorrow.

Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu – Dhangadi then drive to Dadeldhura

Today's trip begins with a flight to Dhangadi, the far-western region's economic and tourist center. Dadeldhura is about a 4-hour journey from Dhangadi through the Godavari River. Dadeldhura is well-known for its distinct culture and customs. The famed Ugratara temple, as well as historical sites such as Amargadhi fort and Alital, are the town's main attractions. We will also be treated to spectacular views of the Api and Saipal mountains from here.

Day 4: Drive from Dadeldhura – Jadanga

We will begin a four-hour drive to Sanre after our breakfast. It is a lovely town with nice hotels and restaurants. After lunch, we'll take the first road that runs alongside the Budhi Gandaki River. After a three-hour drive, you'll arrive in Jadanga, a little community with a few teahouses and a health post. We'll spend the night in the teahouse.

Day 5: Trek from Jadanga – Budha Krodh

The majority of today's trek will be uphill. We'll climb for around three hours to get to Krodh, a little village. We'll either make lunch here or order meals from a nearby teahouse. It's a lovely community with lovely scenery, waterfalls, lush forests, and gurgling streams. This location is also home to a variety of vegetation and animals. We will spend the night at Budha Krodh. Beyond this Budha Krodh, we can only observe buffalo sheds on this trail.

Day 6: Trek from Budha Krodh – Bhitachhina

We will trek through deep forest to gain height after our breakfast. The trail winds through a rhododendron, pine and oak forest. We will stop for lunch at Buffalo Kharka before continuing our journey. We will take extra precautions as we rise and cross through grasslands to reach Bhitachhina, where we will spend our night.

Day 7: Trek from Bhitachhina – Tribeni

We will trek uphill through a large grassland, passing by a waterfall and whispering water streams. We will arrive in Tribeni, a religiously significant location. Thousands of tents can be seen at large festivals, and the area becomes extremely busy. Around 15000 people visit the spot to worship the river during Janai Purnima.

Day 8: Trek from Tribeni – Badimalika Temple

The greatest method to preserve the culture of this place and enjoy its authentic culture is to swim in the nearby river and then visit the temple. However, if you like, you can proceed right to the temple. We will go to the temple and stay there for the night. If the weather is clear, you may see mountains gleaming from here.

Day 9: Trek from Badimalika Temple – Dhawalpur Lake

If you want to see the Api and Saipal mountains glowing in the morning sun, you will need to get up early. Standing above the clouds atop Badimalika hill, the beauty of the sunrise and the vast fields below cannot be expressed in words. We will begin descending towards Dhawalpur Lake after lunch. Some travelers may find the trail to be nerve-wracking due of its steepness. However, once you will arrive at Dhawalpur Lake, you will feel revitalized. It's a lovely spot to spend the night.

Day 10: Trek from Dhawalpur Lake – Lamagadh

The famous Natyeshwari temple is about a three-hour hike from Dhawalpur Lake. During the Janai Purnima festival, the temple takes on a festive appearance, attracting visitors from all over. It is also said that after visiting Badimalika, one must go to Natyeshwari temple. Deuda can be observed being performed. Deuda is a prominent traditional dance in the far west. A half-hour stroll from Natyeshwari will take you to Lamagadh for lunch. From Lamagadh, you can see wonderful views of many locations in Bajura.

Day 11: Trek from Lamagadh – Silgadhi

We will start our journey to Mourya after our breakfast. The confluence of the Budhiganga and Malagadh Rivers can be seen along the way. Because of its natural beauty, this location is a popular stopover for travelers. We will leave Mourya after lunch and travel to Silgadhi, Doti’s district headquarters.

Day 12: Drive from Silgadhi – Dhangadi via Dadeldhura

Travelers could pay a visit to the famed Saileshwari Temple in Silgadhi, which is widely respected by Hindus. Silgadhi is set at a high height with a beautiful view of the Dipayal valley, which is about a half-hour drive from Silgadhi. The lovely Seti river, which runs through the Dipayal valley, adds to the attractiveness of the area. After breakfast in Silgadhi, we will go to Dadeldhura for lunch and then to Dhangadi for the night.

Day 13: Flight from Dhangadi – Kathmandu

To get to Kathmandu, we will take an hour-long flight. The flight is breathtaking, with valleys below us and views of mountains in the distance. You can go shopping or relax in the hotel after your arrival in Kathmandu. A farewell dinner program will be hosted by us in the evening.

Day 14: Final Departure

Today is your last day in Nepal. You'll be flying back to your country. You must arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport three hours before to your flight's planned departure time. We'll drop you off at the airport and say our goodbyes, leaving you with fond memories and lovely photographs to share with your family and friends.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Welcome to Nepal, home of Mount Everest! Our staff will pick you up from the airport and transport you to your hotel. A brief meeting will be conducted in the evening to discuss and prepare for the trek. After the meeting, you can stroll around Thamel to be familiar around the area.


Firante Treks and Expedition Manages for best and comfortable accommodation and also provides you hygienic food. Standard (3 Star) are booked in the cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara, whereas a tyical trek lodge will be booked on remote areas. 

Luxurious rooms from 5 Star hotels are also made avaiable on demand in the cities on additional cost but remote regionss dont have such facilities.

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