The Ganesh Himal trek offers you a chance to enjoy the serenity of mother nature. You can trek in the foothills of the majestic Himalayas or walk into the dense alpine forests of pine and rhododendron trees. You can also get soaked in the pristine water streams coming straight out of the snow-capped mountains.Lord Ganesh or the elephant God is worshipped as the “God of Fortune” by Hindus all over the world. The peak of Ganesh Himal resembles the head of an elephant; hence, the name Ganesh Himal became popular. The mountain peaks of Ganesh, Ganesh II, Ganesh III, and Ganesh IV form the Ganesh Himal range.The highest peak among them is the Ganesh I which has a height of 7429m. The Ganesh Himal region boasts of exotic flora and fauna. We trek through the forests of blue pine, oak trees, and rhododendron. The aromatic smell of the herbs in the region follows us in the trail.The Ganesh Himal trail starts from Syabrubesi which will pass through several Tamang and Gurung villages to reach the highest point of the past Pangsang la Pass (3842m). We walk through the settlement of Tamang and Gurungs and explore the culture and tradition of the Buddhist heritage. The trekking routes of other tours like the Mardi Himal Base Camp Trek, Ganesh Himal Base Camp trek also coincide with Ganesh Himal Trek.