Machhapuchhre Model Trek fulfill your dreams to reach up to the front of Mount Machhapuchhre Also known as Fishtail The Machhapuchhre model trek provides a panoramic view of Mount Mardi, Mount Machhapuchhre, and the Annapurna Himalayan ranges, allowing spectators to marvel at their stunning beauty.
In December 2009, the Swiss Ambassador to Nepal Thomas Gass inaugurated this trekking trail. While this trekking trail passes through seven northern village development committees of Kaski district. This trek goes through Tatopani of Sardikhola, Hile of Ghachowk, Rivan of Lahachowk, Lwang Ghalel and Milanchowk of Hemja.
The trekking trail passes through forests of flaming red rhododendrons and oak trees, past waterfalls and through villages comprising diverse ethnic groups, including Gurung, Tamang, Magar, Damai, Kami, Sarki, Chetri, Newar, and Brahmins.
Outsiders also get the opportunity to mingle with the residents of the villages of Dhital, Lwang-Ghalel, Rivan, Machhapuchhre, Ghachok and Laha Chowk. Further villages that have successfully preserved Gurung culture, art and handicrafts including Dhital, Sirubari, Ghalegaun, Armala, Lwang-Ghalel, make this trip even more fascinating.
The abundance of wildlife, made up of rich flora and fauna and plenty of animal and bird species, makes this trip even more enchanting.