Guerrilla Trekking course extends from Myagdi to Rukum; takes after trails utilized by the guerrilla Maoists amid the war. Presently, trekkers can remember the strides of the guerrillas and envision what it probably been similar to traverse and battle in this sort of landscape. The zone is found in the remote territory of western Nepal.
The trail starts from Beni, the same location where treks to Annapurna and Dhaulagiri start and finish. It then passes the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve and goes ahead to Rukum and Rolpa. This is the very sector where Nepal Maoist rebellion and war started about twenty years ago. The Maoists had their headquarters here.
This trekking course formally opened just a couple of years ago for adventure lovers. It is a wild trek where you can see untamed life in sight and the one and only hunting territory in Nepal. The trek is further lined with pristine Magar and Gurung Villages and their diverse way of life. Amid the trek we will give you basic home-stay with family and nearby natural sustenance.
The trek takes up to 14 days – from the beginning, there are marvelous perspectives of the Dhaulagiri range from high edges and extensive knolls bordered by pine forests. The trail has a notable fascination, yet there are additional basic difficulties of the trek, like making local people mindful of how they can profit by tourism.