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Classic Annapurna Trek - (24 Days )

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Classic Annapurna Trek

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Classic Annapurna trek offers spectacular mountain scenery. It is extremely diverse in culture and land which makes it a very famous region in Nepal. The trail follows north of the main Himalayan range to the dry Tibetan-like trans-Himalaya. It is enjoyable and requires no technical knowledge.
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  • Overview
  • Duration 24 Days Group Size
    Grade moderate Max Altitude
    Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
    Accommodation
    Meals
    Transportation

    Classic annapurna trek offers spectacular mountain scenery. It is extremely diverse in culture and land which makes it a very famous region in Nepal. The trail follows north of the main Himalayan range to the dry Tibetan-like trans-Himalaya. It is enjoyable and requires no technical knowledge.

    This is an ‘all seasons’ trek. The Thorung La pass is becoming easier to cross every year due to new developments. The trail can be walked in both directions but counter clockwise is best due to the steepness of the track. If you like physical activity in the outdoors, the Annapurna circuit can be a colorful, challenging experience.

  • Detail Itinerary
    • Day 1 Kathmandu to Besishahar (845m)

      Driving time: 8 to 9 hours by bus, 5 hours by 4x4 
      The bus / 4x4 will leave at approximately 7:00am. The ride by bus takes 8-9 hours and about 5 hours by 4x4. The mountain scenery along the drive is a magnificent panorama of staggering scale. At Besishahar we will have a good meal, you can get to know your Malung Treks guide and have a pleasant night's sleep.
      Meals - Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation

    • Day 2 Besisharhar to Ngadi (930m)

      Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
      From Besisharhar, it is an easy trek north through the Marshyangdi Valley. The trail follows the easy slope to the first Gurung village (many Nepali soldiers are Gurungs). The next stop will be for lunch in Khudi which offers fine views of the snowy peaks of Hihalchuli and Ngadi Chuli. The trek continues on climbing to Bhulbule (3700ft) then onto to Ngadi (3100ft). Here, we will rest and spend the night.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 3 Ngadi to Chamje (1430m)

      Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
      The third day moves forward to Bahundanda, where the trail drops steeply down to the river. A suspension bridge crosses the river to the stone village of Jagat. We will then descend before climbing through a forest to Chamje. During your stay you can also explore the surrounding area.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 4 Chamje to Bagarchhap (2160m)

      Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
      The rocky trail follows the river steadily uphill through the Manang valley to the village of Taal (1700m). The trail continues across the valley floor to a stone stairway leading up to Dharapani (1920m). We can visit the Buddhist monument then move on to Bagarchhap. This village consists of unique stone houses that are flat-roofed and of typical Tibetan design.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 5 Bagarchhap to Chame (2670m)

      Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
      The trail climbs first to Lattemanang (2440m) and goes through a forest of pine and fir. Arriving in Chame, we will pass by a large Mani wall with many prayer wheels. This village is the headquarters of the Manang district, consisting of hotels, bank, health clinic, post office and two hot springs; you can relax in the natural, hot baths before heading to sleep in your lodge.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 6 Chame to Pisang (3200m)

      Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
      The first part of the trek runs through forest in a steep, narrow valley. There are excellent views of the soaring Paungda Danda rock face, exposing glacial erosion at its finest. The path then leads through a peaceful forest to the upper Manang valley. Climbing, we will end up in the large, sprawling village of Pisang. 
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 7 Pisang to Manang (3540m)

      Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
      Being cut off from the full effect of the monsoon, the upper valley route is very dry. The people herd yaks and raise crops for part of the year and enjoy special trading rights. We will have the choice of two trails that meet in Mungji (3480m). The southern route by Hongde (3420m) involves less climbing and the northern route by Ghyaru offers beautiful views and follows the northern bank of the river. When we reach the junction of the two trails, it will guide us to the hidden village of Bryaga (3500m) and nearby village of Manang.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 8 Rest Day in Manang

      After several days of exercise, it is important to acclimatize in Manang before pushing on to the Thorung La pass. There are spectacular view points around the village, such as the Gangapurna Glacier. Also, the monastery has a large number of Buddha statues worth seeing. The village is a trading centre, so any desire that you have can possibly be fixed here. It is in your best interest to allow yourself plenty of rest for the climb the following day.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 9 Manang to Khangsar (3734m)

      Trekking time: 3 to 4 hours

      the trail veers off from the Thorung La and continues downhill to a chorten, turns west and down to the river. We will stay on the north bank, following the riverside, until we reach the junction of the Marsyangdi and the Jarsang Khola. After crossing the Jarsang Khola, we will pass through a blue pine forest and wheat fields until we reach Khangsar. We will spend the night in this village that has a collection of traditional stone buildings, a large village square and the Tasab Gompa, which is part of the Sakya Buddhist monastery.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 10 Khangsar to Tilicho Lake (4200m)

      Trekking time: 4 to 5 hours

      the trail climbs steeply to a small chorten, and then continues gently through juniper and buckthorn bushes and across a river. We will arrive at the isolated Thare Gompa and, if the caretaker is there, we can visit the Gompa and it’s large prayer wheel. We will then follow the trail, passing Tilicho Base Camp, heading up the valley onto a moraine. There are outstanding views of Khangsar Kang (7485m), Tarke Kang (7202m) and Gangapurna (7454m). There are also views down the valley to Manang and upper Pisang. 

      Switchbacks lead you to hundreds of large stone slabs set along the trail where we will see our first view of Tilicho Lake. When we arrive at the lake, you may see its turquoise waters reflecting the mountains, but most of the time it is frozen. The lake lies at the foot of the extensive glacier system of the Great Barrier, and when it is warm, small icebergs calve and float around the serene waters. Heading south of the lake and turning east, leads us to our camp site for the night.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 11 Tilicho Lake to Khangsar (3734m)

      Trekking time: 4 to 5 hours

      We will travel back along the same route to Khangsar to spend the night.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 12 Khangsar to Yak Kharka (4018m)

      Trekking time: 3 to 4 hours

      The trail crosses a stream, climbs to Tenji and continues up through the Marsyangdi valley. The large trees will be below us, and we will be walking through scrub juniper and alpine grasses. We will pass the village of Gunsang, and continue through sparse forests of juniper, rose and barberry. The trail will take us to an ancient mani wall in a meadow, with fine views of Chulu West (6419m) and Genjang (6111m). The villagers graze their yak herds in fields nearby. We will spend the night in Yak Kharka.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 13 Yak Kharka to Thorung Phedi (5420m)

      Trekking time: 2 to 3hrs 

      Our day begins with an ascent of almost 500m to the Thorung La, through the Marsyangdi Valley and north-west to the Jarsang Khola valley. We will then walk through Letdar and climb along the east bank of the Jarsang Khola. The route then follows a narrow trail across a high, unstable slope and descends to Thorung Phedi. Here, we will be surrounded by rock-strewn meadows and vertical cliffs standing at 4420m. Blue sheep and even snow leopards sometimes magically appear in the valley. The temperature is very cold at night, so be prepared for your night’s stay.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 14 Thorung Phedi to Muktinath (3800), crossing Thorong La Pass (5420m)

      Trekking time: 7 to 8 hours

      We will start early, at approximately 4:00am. The trail climbs steeply but is regularly used and easy to follow. The four to six hour climb up to the pass is worth the view along the Great Barrier and the Kali Gandaki valley. After accomplishing the highest climb, you will have an arduous descent (1600m) to Muktinath.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 15 Muktinath

      Muktinath is a village of great religious significance. It is a centre of pilgrimage for Buddhists and Hindus. You will also see Tibetan traders and Sadhus (Holy men). You can visit the Temple of Muktinath, Buddhist Monastery and the famous natural gas light which is known as the Flame of Muktinath. There are fine views of Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri mountains as well.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 16 Muktinath to Marpha (2690m)

      Trekking Time: 4 to 5 hours
      Descending along the cliff edge with open views of the surrounding mountains, we will pass more Tibetan-like villages until we reach Kagbeni. This is now the Lower Mustang district. We will stop for lunch and will then carry on trekking along the left side of the Kaligandaki River, keeping our eyes open for fossil stones. The trek continues through the Mustang district to Jomsom town. We can stop to visit the Mustang eco-museum to see the display of cultural and geographic information of the area.

      The museum also has an herbal plant collection. From Jomsom, it is a level and greener walk to Marpha, which is one of the largest villages of the area and home to the Thakali people. Made up of white painted houses, clean streets and orchards, the village is bright and cheerful. You can sample the delicious locally produced brandy. We will then continue following the route along the riverside to Tukche, where we will spend the night in the fruit farm village.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 17 Marpha to Kalopani (2530m)

      Trekking time: 3 to 4 hours

      we will join with the valley of Kaligandaki and a Japanese friendship village with rich Thakali culture. There are great views of Dhaulagiri (8167m). When we reach Kalopani for the night you can explore the near forest, waterfall and viewpoints.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 18 Kalopani to Dana (1400m)

      Trekking time: 4 to 5 hours

      The trail is mostly flat passing through the villages of Lete, Kaiku and Ghasa. When we arrive in Rupse Chhahara, we will have lunch by the magnificent waterfall. Continuing on with stupendous views of the surrounding mountains and forests will lead us to our overnight stay in Dana. The village lies in the deepest gorge in the world and is rich with the castes of Magar and Thakali
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 19 Dana to Tatopani (1190m)

      Trekking time: 1 to 2 hours

      From Dana, the route is flat until we reach Tatopani. Because of the short walk, we will have plenty of time to rest and relax in the village. Tatopani is enjoyable for the food and natural Hot Springs. The town is usually busy with trekkers. You can soothe all your well worked muscles in a hot natural bath while having a drink from the bar facility. There are many lodges to choose from and plenty of shops around. Enjoy the fresh seasonal fruit that is locally grown.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 20 Tatopani to Ghorepani (2750m)

      Trekking time: 7 to 8 hours

      After breakfast, we will follow the path towards the riverside and cross the Kali Gandaki valley. Along the way there are many small bhatti (restaurants) to stop for lunch. We will then carry on to Ghorepani, another big village that is the gateway to Poon Hill. Here, we will stay overnight.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 21 Ghorepani to Tadapani (2590m)

      Trekking time: 6 to 7 hours

      An early start gets us to our first destination which is Poon Hill (3200m). We will arrive for the magnificent sunrise over Mt Fishtail, the Annapurna Range and the Dhaulagiri range. This is a magnificent spot for views of the Himalayas. You can see over a dozen peaks rising and shining in the sky. After the sunrise we will head back to our lodge to have breakfast then commence trekking to Tadapani and the Annapurna Sanctuary. 

      The first half of the trek is along a ridge covered by a huge rhododendron forest. After lunch in Deurali, we will trek along the stream that flows beneath a lush, green jungle. Keep your eyes open for different kinds of birds and of course, monkeys; we will spend the night in Tadapani, which is situated in the midst of one of the largest rhododendron forests in the area.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 22 Tadapani to Ghandruk (1940m)

      Trekking time: 2 to 3 hours

      The trail drops to Kimrong village and climbs straight up the Kimrong hill. From here, it is a 1 hour trek to Ghandruk. Ghandruk is one of the most beautiful villages in Nepal and is the residence of the Gurkha people. The lodges have great facilities and there is also a Gurung museum and visitor centre. Enjoy your overnight stay.
      Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 23 Ghandruk to Pokhara (884m)

      4 hours trekking time plus 1 hours driving time

      We will walk the trail to Nayapul where we will have lunch and pick up our transport to Pokhara. Spending another night in the city will give you the chance to further explore the area.
      Meals - Breakfast
      Accommodation
      Guide

    • Day 24 Pokhara to Kathmandu (1550m)

      Flight time: 40min / Driving time: 6 hours

      you have the choice of a flight, early bus or 4x4 back to Kathmandu
      Meals - Breakfast
      Transport

  • Trip Includes/Excludes
    • 1.    Annapurna conservation permit (ACAP)  
    • 2.    TIMS Card
    • 3.    English speaking trekking guide
    • 4.    1 porter between 2 trekkers
    • 5.    Breakfast, lunch , dinner and tea/coffee during the trekking part
    • 6.    Accommodations during the trekking part
    • 7.    Transport by land or by Air
    • 8.    Insurance for staff
    • 9.    Airports pick up and drop 2 times
    • 10.  First aid kit for our staff
    • 1.  Personal equipment for trekking gear
    • 2.  Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
    • 3.  Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
    • 4.  Emergency rescue evacuation
    • 5.  Personal expenses
    • 6.  Gratuities (tips)
    • 7.  Bar bills, mineral water on trek
    • 8.  Hot shower/battery charge for camera during trek
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Overview

Duration 24 Days Group Size
Grade moderate Max Altitude
Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
Accommodation
Meals
Transportation

Classic annapurna trek offers spectacular mountain scenery. It is extremely diverse in culture and land which makes it a very famous region in Nepal. The trail follows north of the main Himalayan range to the dry Tibetan-like trans-Himalaya. It is enjoyable and requires no technical knowledge.

This is an ‘all seasons’ trek. The Thorung La pass is becoming easier to cross every year due to new developments. The trail can be walked in both directions but counter clockwise is best due to the steepness of the track. If you like physical activity in the outdoors, the Annapurna circuit can be a colorful, challenging experience.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1 Kathmandu to Besishahar (845m)

    Driving time: 8 to 9 hours by bus, 5 hours by 4x4 
    The bus / 4x4 will leave at approximately 7:00am. The ride by bus takes 8-9 hours and about 5 hours by 4x4. The mountain scenery along the drive is a magnificent panorama of staggering scale. At Besishahar we will have a good meal, you can get to know your Malung Treks guide and have a pleasant night's sleep.
    Meals - Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation

  • Day 2 Besisharhar to Ngadi (930m)

    Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    From Besisharhar, it is an easy trek north through the Marshyangdi Valley. The trail follows the easy slope to the first Gurung village (many Nepali soldiers are Gurungs). The next stop will be for lunch in Khudi which offers fine views of the snowy peaks of Hihalchuli and Ngadi Chuli. The trek continues on climbing to Bhulbule (3700ft) then onto to Ngadi (3100ft). Here, we will rest and spend the night.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 3 Ngadi to Chamje (1430m)

    Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    The third day moves forward to Bahundanda, where the trail drops steeply down to the river. A suspension bridge crosses the river to the stone village of Jagat. We will then descend before climbing through a forest to Chamje. During your stay you can also explore the surrounding area.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 4 Chamje to Bagarchhap (2160m)

    Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    The rocky trail follows the river steadily uphill through the Manang valley to the village of Taal (1700m). The trail continues across the valley floor to a stone stairway leading up to Dharapani (1920m). We can visit the Buddhist monument then move on to Bagarchhap. This village consists of unique stone houses that are flat-roofed and of typical Tibetan design.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 5 Bagarchhap to Chame (2670m)

    Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    The trail climbs first to Lattemanang (2440m) and goes through a forest of pine and fir. Arriving in Chame, we will pass by a large Mani wall with many prayer wheels. This village is the headquarters of the Manang district, consisting of hotels, bank, health clinic, post office and two hot springs; you can relax in the natural, hot baths before heading to sleep in your lodge.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 6 Chame to Pisang (3200m)

    Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    The first part of the trek runs through forest in a steep, narrow valley. There are excellent views of the soaring Paungda Danda rock face, exposing glacial erosion at its finest. The path then leads through a peaceful forest to the upper Manang valley. Climbing, we will end up in the large, sprawling village of Pisang. 
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 7 Pisang to Manang (3540m)

    Trekking Time: 5 to 6 hours
    Being cut off from the full effect of the monsoon, the upper valley route is very dry. The people herd yaks and raise crops for part of the year and enjoy special trading rights. We will have the choice of two trails that meet in Mungji (3480m). The southern route by Hongde (3420m) involves less climbing and the northern route by Ghyaru offers beautiful views and follows the northern bank of the river. When we reach the junction of the two trails, it will guide us to the hidden village of Bryaga (3500m) and nearby village of Manang.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 8 Rest Day in Manang

    After several days of exercise, it is important to acclimatize in Manang before pushing on to the Thorung La pass. There are spectacular view points around the village, such as the Gangapurna Glacier. Also, the monastery has a large number of Buddha statues worth seeing. The village is a trading centre, so any desire that you have can possibly be fixed here. It is in your best interest to allow yourself plenty of rest for the climb the following day.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 9 Manang to Khangsar (3734m)

    Trekking time: 3 to 4 hours

    the trail veers off from the Thorung La and continues downhill to a chorten, turns west and down to the river. We will stay on the north bank, following the riverside, until we reach the junction of the Marsyangdi and the Jarsang Khola. After crossing the Jarsang Khola, we will pass through a blue pine forest and wheat fields until we reach Khangsar. We will spend the night in this village that has a collection of traditional stone buildings, a large village square and the Tasab Gompa, which is part of the Sakya Buddhist monastery.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 10 Khangsar to Tilicho Lake (4200m)

    Trekking time: 4 to 5 hours

    the trail climbs steeply to a small chorten, and then continues gently through juniper and buckthorn bushes and across a river. We will arrive at the isolated Thare Gompa and, if the caretaker is there, we can visit the Gompa and it’s large prayer wheel. We will then follow the trail, passing Tilicho Base Camp, heading up the valley onto a moraine. There are outstanding views of Khangsar Kang (7485m), Tarke Kang (7202m) and Gangapurna (7454m). There are also views down the valley to Manang and upper Pisang. 

    Switchbacks lead you to hundreds of large stone slabs set along the trail where we will see our first view of Tilicho Lake. When we arrive at the lake, you may see its turquoise waters reflecting the mountains, but most of the time it is frozen. The lake lies at the foot of the extensive glacier system of the Great Barrier, and when it is warm, small icebergs calve and float around the serene waters. Heading south of the lake and turning east, leads us to our camp site for the night.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 11 Tilicho Lake to Khangsar (3734m)

    Trekking time: 4 to 5 hours

    We will travel back along the same route to Khangsar to spend the night.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 12 Khangsar to Yak Kharka (4018m)

    Trekking time: 3 to 4 hours

    The trail crosses a stream, climbs to Tenji and continues up through the Marsyangdi valley. The large trees will be below us, and we will be walking through scrub juniper and alpine grasses. We will pass the village of Gunsang, and continue through sparse forests of juniper, rose and barberry. The trail will take us to an ancient mani wall in a meadow, with fine views of Chulu West (6419m) and Genjang (6111m). The villagers graze their yak herds in fields nearby. We will spend the night in Yak Kharka.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 13 Yak Kharka to Thorung Phedi (5420m)

    Trekking time: 2 to 3hrs 

    Our day begins with an ascent of almost 500m to the Thorung La, through the Marsyangdi Valley and north-west to the Jarsang Khola valley. We will then walk through Letdar and climb along the east bank of the Jarsang Khola. The route then follows a narrow trail across a high, unstable slope and descends to Thorung Phedi. Here, we will be surrounded by rock-strewn meadows and vertical cliffs standing at 4420m. Blue sheep and even snow leopards sometimes magically appear in the valley. The temperature is very cold at night, so be prepared for your night’s stay.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 14 Thorung Phedi to Muktinath (3800), crossing Thorong La Pass (5420m)

    Trekking time: 7 to 8 hours

    We will start early, at approximately 4:00am. The trail climbs steeply but is regularly used and easy to follow. The four to six hour climb up to the pass is worth the view along the Great Barrier and the Kali Gandaki valley. After accomplishing the highest climb, you will have an arduous descent (1600m) to Muktinath.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 15 Muktinath

    Muktinath is a village of great religious significance. It is a centre of pilgrimage for Buddhists and Hindus. You will also see Tibetan traders and Sadhus (Holy men). You can visit the Temple of Muktinath, Buddhist Monastery and the famous natural gas light which is known as the Flame of Muktinath. There are fine views of Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri mountains as well.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 16 Muktinath to Marpha (2690m)

    Trekking Time: 4 to 5 hours
    Descending along the cliff edge with open views of the surrounding mountains, we will pass more Tibetan-like villages until we reach Kagbeni. This is now the Lower Mustang district. We will stop for lunch and will then carry on trekking along the left side of the Kaligandaki River, keeping our eyes open for fossil stones. The trek continues through the Mustang district to Jomsom town. We can stop to visit the Mustang eco-museum to see the display of cultural and geographic information of the area.

    The museum also has an herbal plant collection. From Jomsom, it is a level and greener walk to Marpha, which is one of the largest villages of the area and home to the Thakali people. Made up of white painted houses, clean streets and orchards, the village is bright and cheerful. You can sample the delicious locally produced brandy. We will then continue following the route along the riverside to Tukche, where we will spend the night in the fruit farm village.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 17 Marpha to Kalopani (2530m)

    Trekking time: 3 to 4 hours

    we will join with the valley of Kaligandaki and a Japanese friendship village with rich Thakali culture. There are great views of Dhaulagiri (8167m). When we reach Kalopani for the night you can explore the near forest, waterfall and viewpoints.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 18 Kalopani to Dana (1400m)

    Trekking time: 4 to 5 hours

    The trail is mostly flat passing through the villages of Lete, Kaiku and Ghasa. When we arrive in Rupse Chhahara, we will have lunch by the magnificent waterfall. Continuing on with stupendous views of the surrounding mountains and forests will lead us to our overnight stay in Dana. The village lies in the deepest gorge in the world and is rich with the castes of Magar and Thakali
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 19 Dana to Tatopani (1190m)

    Trekking time: 1 to 2 hours

    From Dana, the route is flat until we reach Tatopani. Because of the short walk, we will have plenty of time to rest and relax in the village. Tatopani is enjoyable for the food and natural Hot Springs. The town is usually busy with trekkers. You can soothe all your well worked muscles in a hot natural bath while having a drink from the bar facility. There are many lodges to choose from and plenty of shops around. Enjoy the fresh seasonal fruit that is locally grown.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 20 Tatopani to Ghorepani (2750m)

    Trekking time: 7 to 8 hours

    After breakfast, we will follow the path towards the riverside and cross the Kali Gandaki valley. Along the way there are many small bhatti (restaurants) to stop for lunch. We will then carry on to Ghorepani, another big village that is the gateway to Poon Hill. Here, we will stay overnight.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 21 Ghorepani to Tadapani (2590m)

    Trekking time: 6 to 7 hours

    An early start gets us to our first destination which is Poon Hill (3200m). We will arrive for the magnificent sunrise over Mt Fishtail, the Annapurna Range and the Dhaulagiri range. This is a magnificent spot for views of the Himalayas. You can see over a dozen peaks rising and shining in the sky. After the sunrise we will head back to our lodge to have breakfast then commence trekking to Tadapani and the Annapurna Sanctuary. 

    The first half of the trek is along a ridge covered by a huge rhododendron forest. After lunch in Deurali, we will trek along the stream that flows beneath a lush, green jungle. Keep your eyes open for different kinds of birds and of course, monkeys; we will spend the night in Tadapani, which is situated in the midst of one of the largest rhododendron forests in the area.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 22 Tadapani to Ghandruk (1940m)

    Trekking time: 2 to 3 hours

    The trail drops to Kimrong village and climbs straight up the Kimrong hill. From here, it is a 1 hour trek to Ghandruk. Ghandruk is one of the most beautiful villages in Nepal and is the residence of the Gurkha people. The lodges have great facilities and there is also a Gurung museum and visitor centre. Enjoy your overnight stay.
    Meals - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 23 Ghandruk to Pokhara (884m)

    4 hours trekking time plus 1 hours driving time

    We will walk the trail to Nayapul where we will have lunch and pick up our transport to Pokhara. Spending another night in the city will give you the chance to further explore the area.
    Meals - Breakfast
    Accommodation
    Guide

  • Day 24 Pokhara to Kathmandu (1550m)

    Flight time: 40min / Driving time: 6 hours

    you have the choice of a flight, early bus or 4x4 back to Kathmandu
    Meals - Breakfast
    Transport

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Departure

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Trip Includes/ Excludes

  • 1.    Annapurna conservation permit (ACAP)  
  • 2.    TIMS Card
  • 3.    English speaking trekking guide
  • 4.    1 porter between 2 trekkers
  • 5.    Breakfast, lunch , dinner and tea/coffee during the trekking part
  • 6.    Accommodations during the trekking part
  • 7.    Transport by land or by Air
  • 8.    Insurance for staff
  • 9.    Airports pick up and drop 2 times
  • 10.  First aid kit for our staff
  • 1.  Personal equipment for trekking gear
  • 2.  Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
  • 3.  Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • 4.  Emergency rescue evacuation
  • 5.  Personal expenses
  • 6.  Gratuities (tips)
  • 7.  Bar bills, mineral water on trek
  • 8.  Hot shower/battery charge for camera during trek

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