Tarakeshwar, Kathmandu Nepal

Annapurna Base Camp


Location 7585m


BEST TIME March - June & Sept – December.


LODGING Tourist Standard Hotel


MEALS 12 dinner, 13 breakfast, 12 lunch


Trip Overview

Annapurna Base Camp trek is likely the most lovely stroll into the mind-boggling characteristic amphitheater shaped by the superbly breathtaking Himalayan pinnacles. The close-up views of soaring snow-capped peaks like Gangapurna (7454m), Annapurna 1 (8091m), the virgin peak Fang (7647m) and Annapurna South (7273m) and the most unique peak Fishtail 6997m are great highlights of the Annapurna Basecamp Trekking.

This moderately challenging trek to Annapurna Sanctuary via Poon Hill begins after a short drive from Pokhara to Nayapul. The trek to ABC begins along the trail that winds through Modi Khola Valley cross passes the alpine woodlands, frequently emerging to the elevated hamlets to get into the paradise of snowy ABC.

Highlights of the Annapurna Base Camp

  • Views of the world’s highest mountains: Dhaulagiri I (7th) and Annapurna I (10th)
  • Soak yourself into mountain culture lifestyles as you walk through Gurung Villages while interacting with the locals on the trails.
  • Enjoy an exciting overnight at the Annapurna Base Camp close-up to the giants of the region and the world at length. Its stunning to behold on a moonlit night, an experience never to be forgotten
  • Relish a natural bath at the hot springs in Jhinu. Your sore body would welcome a little pampering after some tough hiking.

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu, Transfer To Hotel

Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel. Evening welcome dinner in Nepali restaurant with culture Show. Hotel B/B plan.

Day 2: Drive To Pokhara.

Drive to Pokhara by tourist bus and exploration around pokhara city, fewa lake and mountain view. B/B plan hotel.

Day 3: Drive To Nayapul

From Pokhara, one hour drive bring to you in Nayapul (New Bridge) start of your trek. Soft trekking through green terraced fields and gurung villages within 4 to 5 hours to Ulleri Village via Thikhedhungha. lodge B/L/D

Day 4: After Breakfast, Begin The Trek To Ghorepani 2800m

After breakfast, begin the trek to Ghorepani 2800m. You sleep into the rhythm of your trek and the snow capped Himalayas views. The walking day through rhododendron, pine and oaks forest before reaching to Poon Hill Guest house on Tip top., B/L/D.

Day 5: Before Sunrise, An Amazing Pre-Dawn Trek To Poon Hill Top

Before sunrise, an amazing pre-dawn trek to Poon Hill top is showcase of stunning sunrise over the Himalayas. One of the finest views you are ever likely to joy with sunrise. Back down to ghorepani guest house, Breakfast then keep continue heading to Tadapani along the panorama trail and jungle. Lodge B/L/D.

Day 6: Trek To Sinuwa Via Chhomrong Village

Trek to Sinuwa via Chhomrong village, Morning step down to Kymrong river, along the typical Gurung villages and paddy fields, cross old suspension bride lodge and climb up about 1 hour than easy walking to Chomrong village. A nice Gurung village, stop for lunch then continue to step down to the charming river and another hour climb to Sinuwa village. A small village fewer tourists spend night there. Great view of Chomrong village and green forest. Local lodge. B/L/D

Day 7: Trekking To Himalaya, A Adventure Day To You

Trekking to Himalaya, A adventure day to you. Hike step up to Sinuew top than along the rhododendron forest trail to Bombo just bit descent down. Another hour walk you will reach to Dovan, stop for lunch then continue 2 hours to Himalaya. This day you can have a great view of Mt. Fishtail and other Annapurna III, IV and peaks. 2900m. lodge, B/L/D.

Day 8: Trek To Machhapuchre Base Camp

Trek to Machhapuchre base camp, A day you need to climb more to reach there. But niche trail along the Modi river valley, Cross Hinku cave, Deurali we stop for short break or can have lunch as well. Than walk along the flat valley and 1 hour hard climb you will reach MBC. Before MBC the green forest line will end and begin only alpine bushes. After that, some people feel altitude sickness and less Oxygen. A nice view point for Mt. Fishtail (Holy mountain of Nepal) the glory of fishtail at evening very nice. With other many mountain peaks in your front. Stay on mountain guest house/ lodge B/L/D.

Day 9: Trek To Annapurna Base Camp

Trek to Annapurna Base camp, exploration around, A day you need to climb more to reach there. But nice trail along the Modi river valley, Cross Hinku cave, Deurali we stop for short break or can have lunch as well. Than walk along the flat valley and 1 hour hard climb you will reach MBC. Before MBC the green forest line will end and begin only alpine bushes. After that, some people feel altitude sickness and less Oxygen. A nice view point for Mt. Fishtail (Holy mountain of Nepal) the glory of fishtail at evening very nice. With other many mountain peaks in your front. Stay on mountain guest house/ lodge B/L/D.

Day 10: Trekking Back To Bambo

Trekking back to Bambo, mostly all the way down walk along the old glacier, valley and forest. lodge, B/L/D.

Day 11: Trekking To Jhinu Danda, Hot Spring Bath

Trekking to Jhinu danda, hot spring bath, A small village nearby village there is natural hot spring where you can enjoy with hot spring bath, 1700m lodge, B/L/D.

Day 12: Trekking To Dhampus Village

Trekking to Dhampus village, A nice walking day along the Modi river valley, Landruk gurung village, tolkha, Cross small pass Deurali where you can see the Mt. Dhaulagiri Peak, nice forest walk. Nice village, getting close to Pokhara. 1600m. lodge, B/L/D.

Day 13: Short Trek Down To Phedi And Drive To Pokhara

Short trek down to Phedi and drive to Pokhara, self explore Pokhara free time, hotel B/L

Day 14: Drive To Kathmandu, Evening Self Exploration, Hotel B/B Plan.

Drive to Kathmandu, evening self exploration, hotel B/B plan.

Day 15: Free Morning And Final Departure, Transfer To Airport Or Onward Destination.

Free morning and final departure, transfer to airport or onward destination.

Whats included in this tour

Items that are covered in the cost of tour price
  • Airport pickup, drop and all ground transport by private vehicle.
  • Standard twin sharing Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast as per itinerary.
  • Trekking Lodge (Tea House) accommodations throughout the trek.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the Annapurna Base Camp trek.
  • All necessary paper works for Annapurna Conservation Park Entry Permit and TIMS card.
  • A highly experience and knowledgeable, friendly , English speaking well trained, Government License holder guide with his salary, food, drinks, accommodation and insurance.
  • Friendly and helpful porters with proper walking equipment, his salary, foods, accommodation and insurance (one porter for two people).
  • Comprehensive medical box (first aid kit will be available).
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel Insurance company).
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Emergency life saver oxygen and mask support.
  • Guided Bhaktapur sightseeing tour with private vehicle.
  • Assistant guide group size more than 5 person group.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in typical Nepalese restaurant.

Whats not included in this tour

Items that are not covered in the cost of tour price
  • International Airfare from and to Kathmandu.
  • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport – Kathmandu). $25 USD for 15 days Visa.
  • Your Travel and Medical Insurance.
  • Meals whilst you are in Kathmandu Lunch and Dinner as per itinerary.
  • Your Personal Expenses and trekking equipment for the trek.
  • All the alcoholic and non alcoholic cold and hot drinks on trek ( i.e. those you choose to purchase along the way and during evenings in the Tea Houses)
  • All desserts sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding.
  • Hot shower and battery charging on the tea houses.
  • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (Tipping is expected) Kathmandu sightseeing monument entrance fees.
  • Flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu.
  • Excess baggage more than 12 kg.(If you have extra baggage you can leave in Kathmandu office with full safety)

The given dates and cost is basically for both individual and group who wants to join the group or privately reserve a trip as per the favorable day and time are given below. However, we organize trips all through the year to which anyone who would personally like to customize your trip in accordance with your time convenience feel free to write to us. We are available 24/7 at your service.

Check our assured departure schedules given below:
Depature Date Availability Price (Per Person) Action
10 Sep,2021 - 18 Sep,2021 available 1280

Nepal is like not home. It is exotic, it is wonderful, but it is also different. Great elevation changes, differences in customs and language, menu variations, lodge limitations, and the many other mysteries and wonders of travel in Nepal are all conditions you must be physically and mentally prepared for. The itinerary may change. You may meet unknown hardships as well as unexpected pleasures. Come with an open mind and positive spirit.

For those of you new to trekking, you have a wonderful experience in store. Trekking is walking, generally on good trails, usually up and down (sometimes 900 m a day), carrying only a day pack, through magnificent scenery. The day starts early, and often the bulk of the day’s kilometers are covered in morning hours. The shorter afternoon hike brings you to the site of the lodge to be used that night.

You should be in good physical shape for this trip and feel comfortable hiking seven to twelve miles per day on a trail while carrying a day pack of about ten pounds. In general this is a moderate trek but with several long strenuous days. While the trip has been designed to gradually acclimatize you to altitude, two of our lodges will be above 3 300 m and our highest lodge will be at 3 700 m. One rest day is planned. Trails are often steep in Nepal and at 3 000 m any hiking can seem strenuous. On some days altitude gains and losses of up to 900 m can be expected. Strengthen your knee muscles and prepare for several days of steep descents of anywhere up to 900 m.

A program of cardiovascular conditioning such as running, swimming, biking or aerobics is essential, but try to supplement your exercise with hiking on steep hills or running up and down steps. The more you can condition by closely simulating the activities of trekking, the better off you will be. While the trip is rated as moderate overall, several days will be strenuous, and good conditioning is essential to your enjoyment of the trek.

The pace on the trek that will be leisurely and unregimented. You are encouraged to walk by yourself or in small groups. Take time to visit local houses and temples, share a cup of tea or rakshi with our porters and the locals in the many chiyaa houses. Pursue interests in photography, bird-watching and botany, and sample the culture of the area you are traveling through.

Remember that, the latitude of Nepal is between 26? and 30?N so it will warm at the lower elevations (short and T-shirt) while nights will be cool. For fall trips daytime temperatures will be between 10?C and 20?C at the lower elevations and between 5?C and 10?C at our highest elevations. Temperatures at night will in general be cool being mostly between 0?C and 4?C except for our highest two nights where temperatures of -7?C to -12?C may occur at night. The weather this time of year is generally sunny, although an occasional storm could occur. During winter (December to February) it is about 10?C colder than in Autumn, but most of the time you will enjoy clear skies. In January though snow and snowstorms can occur which will make it harder to reach your destination or sometimes present avalanche danger.  For spring departure expect temperatures to be 10 degrees hotter than fall trips. At the highest lodge the temperature could drop into – 7?C on spring trips. Spring trips should have most mornings cloudless, but during the afternoon clouds start to build up and occasionally lead to short spectacular thunder storms in the late afternoon or evening -sometimes with hail.

Should anyone have altitude problems at our highest lodge at 3 700 m, it will be possible to drop down to either 3 200 m (Deurali) or to 2 900 m (Himalaya). This could be done with one of our guides and a porter on the rest day at our highest lodge instead of proceeding on a day hike into the Sanctuary.

Personal gear will be carried by porters. Porters can carry two members’ duffel bags. Since their load is 25 kg, this means that your duffel cannot exceed twelve kilos. The group will stay in locally owned guest lodges and will receive an insight into family living that isn’t possible for those staying in tents. Additionally, you will enjoy comforts such as Western or Nepali food and beds with foam mattresses. All the guest houses have toilets and cold showers. Some of the guest houses have hot showers available, and few have electric lighting. The main common room of each lodge has charcoal of kerosene heaters-especially nice on cold nights. You will be expected to share a room with one or more persons depending on the number of beds in the room.

This is not a tour where everything can be planned in advance to run like clockwork. You probably won’t experience exactly what is written in the daily itinerary. Often adjustment must be made in the field. We want you to participate in the trip with the clear understanding that things can go wrong. Adventure travel does involve certain risks both emotional and physical. One has to be flexible when traveling in Nepal and have a cheerful attitude.

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