The Milke Danda trek is a remote, popular trekking destination lies in the eastern part of Nepal between the third’s highest mountains in the worlds, Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m) and Mt. Makalu (8463m). This long and high forest ridge divides the Arun and Tamur valley. This trek transports you to Paradise that is full of bright and vibrant flowers. Milke Danda is well known for having the highest diversity of national flower of Nepal, Rhododendron. Out of 32 species of Rhododendron are found in Nepal 29 can be found in Milke Danda that is why this trek is also called as Rhododendron trek.
The Milke Danda trek offers substantial chances to explore culture, traditions, vegetation, geography, great Himalayan views including Mt Everest, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, and various kinds of flowers including Nepal’s national flower, Rhododendrons. February to April and October to November are the best time to travel this area as during this time you can see the greater varieties of flowers.
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3124 m/ 10249.3ft
Imagine a view of some of the tallest and majestic Himalayas, now imagine a hill covered with a dense forest of florid flowers and the Himalayas in the background. It is quite a scene, straight from the land of fantasy but in the real world, you can get the equivalent view in Milke Danda. Milke Danda is a treat to the eyes of people who love nature, Himalayas, hills, and flowers in particular. This trek is carefully crafted to give you a beautiful trekking experience in the faraway lands of eastern Nepal. If you are a nature lover, botanist, or simply a trekking enthusiast who love to see varieties of flowers including rhododendrons, encounter mystic culture, and spectacular mountain views then you should definitely consider this trek.