Annapurna Circuit Trek
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Annapurna Circuit Trek

Calling all trekking enthusiasts with a passion for adventure! Embark on the ultimate journey with Actual Adventure's exclusive Annapurna Circuit Trek package, designed to captivate your senses in 20 unforgettable days. Seize the opportunity to explore at your own pace and immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of the Annapurna region. Don't miss out – book now and unlock the adventure of a lifetime at an unbeatable price! Your trekking dream awaits, make it a reality with Actual Adventure.

Fact About Trip

Trip Duration:

20 Days

Trekking area:

Annapurna region

Cost of trekking:

1500 USD

Group Size:

2-16

Maximum altitude:

5416 m

Best Season:

March to May/September to November

Transportation:

by private jeep or local bus

Trekking grade:

Difficult

Trek Start from:

Drive from Kathmandu to Bhulbhule and start trek

Trek End at:

Tatopani then drive back to Kathmandu

Mode of Trek:

Hiking/ Trekking

Overview of Annapurna Circuit Trek

Nestled in the heart of the majestic Himalayas, the Annapurna Circuit Trek stands as a testament to the awe-inspiring beauty of Nepal's mountainous landscapes. This 20-day adventure promises an unforgettable experience for trekkers seeking a perfect blend of nature, culture, and adventure. The circuit offers a kaleidoscope of landscapes, from lush subtropical forests to arid high-altitude plateaus, presenting an unparalleled opportunity to witness the diverse flora and fauna of the Annapurna region.

Annapurna Circuit Trek is an ideal trek for enthusiastic trekkers with limited time. Anyone with good physical fitness can do this trek. Although no prior trekking experience is required for doing this trek, trekking or hiking experience anywhere in the world would be an added point.  Since the maximum altitude gained during the trek is 4130m, it is very rare for trekkers to have altitude problems.

Main Attractions

Panoramic Views

Marvel at breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, with iconic peaks such as Annapurna I, II, III, and the sacred Machapuchare.

Religious aspect

For Hindu devotees, this trek provides an opportunity to offer reverence to the deity Muktinath. It is believed that taking a sacred bath in the hot waters of Muktinath has the power to cleanse an individual of all sins from their life.

Kali Gandaki Project

You'll witness Dhumba Tal and the Kaligandaki Hydro Power Project on your return journey from Jomsom to Tatopani.

Cultural Immersion

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of the region by visiting traditional Gurung and Thakali villages, each offering a unique glimpse into the local way of life.

Thorong La Pass

Conquer the challenge of Thorong La Pass (5,416 meters), one of the highest trekking passes globally, providing a sense of achievement and unmatched vistas.

Natural Hot Springs

You can rejuvenate in the natural hot springs of Tatopani, a perfect respite for tired muscles after challenging days of trekking.

Diverse Landscapes

During the trek, you will traverse through diverse landscapes, including rhododendron forests, alpine meadows, and arid desert-like terrains, creating a trekking experience like no other.

20-day Annapurna Circuit Trek Package Inclusions

Our 20-day Annapurna Circuit Trek package is designed to provide a seamless and enriching experience for trekkers. Included in the package are:

Professional Guides and Porters

Actual Adventure provides you a experience and supportive guide and porter with friendly behaviour who makes your trek easy and comfortable. 

Accommodations

From the moment you arrive in Nepal, Actual Adventure ensures the management of your accommodation. Throughout your stay, our knowledgeable guides will arrange the best possible lodging for you. In Kathmandu and Pokhara, you'll be accommodated in 3-star hotels or lodges. During the trek, your stay will be arranged in trek houses along the route, offering limited services but ensuring the best possible service for you.

All the accommodations are on twin-shared basis and if you want single supplement it will be provided with an additional cost. Single supplements in Kathmandu and Pokhara can be easily available but we may not get it in the higher elevations.

Meals

Regarding meals, our company is committed to providing you with the highest quality food. We prioritize your health throughout the trek, ensuring that nutritious meals are arranged based on the accommodations in urban areas and trek houses during the trek. International cuisine is available mostly in city areas. As we trek to high elevation, the services are limited.So you only get nepali cuisine in the trekking route.

Permits

To ensure a hassle-free journey through the Annapurna Conservation Area, we will prepare all the necessary permits for the trek. These permits will be handed over to each participant, and it is imperative to keep these documents secure for presentation whenever required.

Transportation

Throughout the entire journey, we prioritize your safety. For the drive from Kathmandu, transportation will be arranged based on the number of passengers, utilizing either a local bus or a private jeep. On the return journey, transportation will be organized from Tatopani to Pokhara and then onward to Kathmandu.

For Whom is this Package

The 20-day Annapurna Circuit Trek is ideal for adventure enthusiasts, nature lovers, and those seeking a well-rounded Himalayan experience. Whether you are a seasoned trekker or a first-time explorer, the circuit caters to a diverse range of fitness levels. The trek is suitable for individuals, groups, and even families looking to embark on an epic journey together.

Cost for the Package

The all-inclusive package for the 20-day Annapurna Circuit Trek is priced competitively at 1500 USD. This cost covers all essential elements, ensuring a worry-free and immersive trekking experience.

Best Month for Trek

The optimal time for the Annapurna Circuit Trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. The months of March to May and September to November offer stable weather conditions, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, providing an ideal environment for trekking.

Although the trek can be done during Monsoon as well but there occurs heavy rainfall which is not suitable for trekking and during winter the region gets heavy snowfall and is freezing cold. 

Trek Starts/Ends From

The Annapurna Circuit Trek commences and concludes in Besisahar, a charming town in the Lamjung District of Nepal. Trekkers will follow a circuitous route, covering approximately 230 kilometers before returning to Besisahar.

Total Trek Duration

The Annapurna Circuit Trek spans 20 days, allowing for a leisurely pace that permits acclimatization and exploration of the region's cultural and natural wonders.

Alternative Plan for Shorter Days

For those with time constraints, a 14-day express version of the Annapurna Circuit Trek is available. This condensed itinerary focuses on the core highlights, omitting certain side trips and villages, making it a suitable alternative for trekkers seeking a more time-efficient adventure.

Trek Route Suggestions for New Trekkers

For first-time trekkers, we recommend following the classic Annapurna Circuit route, which takes you through picturesque villages like Chamje, Pisang, Manang, and Jomsom. This route ensures gradual acclimatization and exposure to the diverse landscapes that define the region.

Conclusion of the Trek Package

Embarking on the 20-day Annapurna Circuit Trek is not just a physical journey but a transformative experience that connects trekkers with the unparalleled beauty of the Himalayas. From the vibrant rhododendron forests to the barren landscapes near Thorong La Pass, every step offers a new perspective and a chance to forge unforgettable memories.

Seize the moment and embark on the journey of a lifetime! Book now to turn your dream into reality and take that incredible step towards adventure!!

 

Annapurna Circuit Trek Itinerary
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 Arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport 

Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, our welcoming team will be ready to transfer you to a comfortable hotel. 

Drive to Hotel at Thamel 

As you meet our representative, they assist you to put your luggage in vehicle. And then you are driven to your hotel at Thamel which takes approximately 30 minutes while it delayed due to the road traffic.

Arrival at Hotel

Upon arriving at the hotel, you will check in to your room and take some time to relax. During the check-in process, please provide the necessary information and cooperate with the receptionist.

As you settle into your accommodation, you'll find a blend of traditional hospitality and modern amenities, ensuring a relaxing environment after your journey.

After checkin in evening 

Following your check-in, take the opportunity to explore the lively and eclectic Thamel district. Thamel is renowned for its bustling streets filled with shops, restaurants, and vibrant markets. Dive into the kaleidoscope of colors as you wander through narrow alleyways, discovering an array of handicrafts, textiles, and souvenirs. This bustling area is not only a shopper's paradise but also a cultural hub, offering a glimpse into the dynamic fusion of tradition and modernity.

 Dinner in Thamel

As the day unfolds, savor the diverse culinary offerings in Thamel, ranging from authentic Nepali cuisine to international delicacies. Engage with the local atmosphere, perhaps striking up conversations with fellow travelers, and absorb the vibrant energy that permeates the district.

Overnight stay in Kathmandu 

After spending some hours, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Food
Dinner
Accomodation
Hotel/ lodge
Elevation
1345

Morning Breakfast: 

Begin your day with breakfast at the hotel, followed by some leisure time. Later, enjoy your lunch at the same hotel before preparing to visit the Nepal Tourism Board for permit documentation.

Permit Acquisition:
Embark on the day by securing the necessary permits for the trek. Our experienced team will guide you through the process, ensuring all required documents are in order. Typically, permits for the Annapurna Circuit include the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. With our assistance, this administrative step becomes a seamless experience, allowing you to focus on the adventure ahead.

Preparation:
Return to your hotel to prepare for the trek. Ensure your backpack is packed with essentials, including clothing suitable for various weather conditions, trekking boots, a sleeping bag, and personal items. Reconfirm the details of the journey with our team, and make any necessary adjustments based on the briefing later in the day.

Last-Minute Shopping:
If there are any items you might have overlooked or wish to acquire last-minute trekking gear, venture into Thamel's vibrant markets. Here, you'll find an array of shops offering trekking equipment, clothing, and accessories. Take this opportunity to complete your checklist, ensuring you are well-equipped for the diverse terrain and changing weather conditions on the Annapurna Circuit.

Briefing:
In the late afternoon or early evening, gather for a comprehensive pre-trek briefing conducted by our experienced guides. During this session, you'll receive detailed information about the trek's itinerary, challenges, and highlights. Our team will also provide insights into acclimatization strategies, safety measures, and cultural nuances, ensuring you are well-prepared for the journey ahead.

Overnight Stay in Kathmandu:
Conclude the day by returning to your hotel for a restful overnight stay. Reflect on the exciting preparations made and the adventure that lies ahead. Take this time to relax and recharge, knowing that you are fully equipped and briefed for the upcoming trekking experience through the breathtaking landscapes of the Annapurna Circuit. The anticipation builds, setting the stage for the commencement of your 20-day odyssey through the Himalayas.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Hotel/ lodge
Elevation
1345

Morning Departure:
Your Annapurna Circuit Trek kicks off with an early morning departure from Kathmandu. A comfortable bus or private jeep will be arranged to transport you from the bustling capital to the serene village of Bhulbhule. As you leave the city behind, the landscape gradually transforms, offering a taste of the natural beauty that lies ahead.

Scenic Journey:
The approximately 6-7 hour drive takes you through picturesque countryside, charming villages, and alongside the meandering Trishuli River. Marvel at the changing scenery outside your window – from terraced fields and lush greenery to distant mountain views. Your journey serves as a prelude to the grandeur awaiting you on the Annapurna Circuit.

Arrival at Bhulbhule (840 meters):
Upon reaching Bhulbhule, situated at an elevation of 840 meters, you'll be greeted by the tranquil ambiance of this quaint village. Nestled amidst terraced fields and surrounded by rolling hills, Bhulbhule offers a serene introduction to the trek. The fresh mountain air and the distant sound of the Marsyangdi River provide a soothing backdrop.

Check-In and Exploration:
Check into your accommodation in Bhulbhule, where you can unwind and prepare for the first day of trekking. The lodges and tea houses in this village offer a cozy atmosphere, allowing you to rest and recharge for the journey ahead.

Evening in Bhulbhule:
As the evening unfolds, take a leisurely stroll through the village, interacting with locals and immersing yourself in the rural charm. Bhulbhule offers a glimpse into traditional Nepali life, with its simple yet warm hospitality. Enjoy a hearty meal at the lodge, sampling local cuisine that sets the stage for the gastronomic adventures awaiting you on the trail.

Overnight Stay:
Retire to your comfortable accommodation for a well-deserved night's rest. The anticipation builds for the trekking days ahead, and Bhulbhule serves as the ideal starting point for your Annapurna Circuit adventure. The peaceful night in this charming village prepares you for the rugged trails and breathtaking vistas that await as you ascend into the heart of the Himalayas.

 

The third day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: Today you will have your breakfast at Khudi and begin the original trek. You will start with a gradual trial at the beginning but soon to be followed by steeper trials. On your trial today you will cross several suspension bridges and waterfalls with numbers of ups and down.  You can feel the mountains getting closer to you as its starts appearing big and beautiful. Passing through several Tamang villages you will finally reach your today’s destination Sirung. This village welcomes you with magnificent views of Nadi Chuli and Manaslu mountains. Overnight at Sirung.   

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
840

Morning Departure from Bhulbhule:
As the first rays of sunlight illuminate the Himalayan peaks, you embark on the next leg of your Annapurna Circuit adventure. Depart from Bhulbhule, a charming village that has shared its tranquility, and set forth on a day of exploration and discovery.

Scenic Trail and Terraced Fields:
The trail from Bhulbhule to Jagat unfolds through a picturesque landscape, showcasing the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Annapurna region. Trek along well-maintained paths that wind through terraced fields, quaint villages, and dense forests, offering a glimpse into the traditional agricultural practices and daily life of the local communities.

Marsyangdi River Crossing:
Your journey involves crossing the Marsyangdi River via suspension bridges, providing thrilling yet safe experiences as you navigate the river's flow. The sound of rushing water serves as a constant companion, underscoring the dynamic nature of the region's geography.

Ascending and Descending Terrain:
The trek to Jagat introduces you to the undulating terrain of the Annapurna Circuit. Ascend to higher elevations, enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding hills and valleys, only to descend into lush forests and riverbanks. The varied landscape keeps each step intriguing and offers a taste of the diverse ecosystems you'll encounter on this trek.

Arrival at Jagat (1,300 meters):
After a day of immersive trekking, you'll arrive at Jagat, a quaint village nestled along the trail at an altitude of 1,300 meters. Jagat is strategically located at the confluence of the Marshyangdi and Dudh Khola rivers, adding to its natural charm.

Accommodation in Jagat:
Check into your accommodation in Jagat, where the warmth of Nepali hospitality awaits. The lodges and tea houses in this village provide a comfortable respite for trekkers, with simple yet cozy rooms and common areas. Unwind from the day's journey, relishing the sense of accomplishment as you look back on the distance covered.

Exploration and Cultural Interaction:
Take some time to explore Jagat in the late afternoon. The village, adorned with traditional architecture and prayer flags, exudes a cultural richness that reflects the deep-rooted traditions of the Himalayan communities. Engage in conversations with locals, immersing yourself in the unique customs and way of life that define Jagat.

Evening and Dinner in Jagat:
As the sun sets behind the majestic peaks, enjoy a hearty dinner at the lodge, savoring local dishes prepared with fresh ingredients. The evening in Jagat offers a peaceful ambiance, allowing you to absorb the serenity of the Himalayan night.

Overnight Stay in Jagat:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, rejuvenating your energy for the days of trekking that lie ahead. The tranquil atmosphere of Jagat sets the stage for further exploration and the continuous unveiling of the Annapurna Circuit's natural and cultural wonders.

The fourth day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: Today you will have your breakfast at Sirung enjoying the magnificent views of mountains. The trek begins with a relatively easy trial. You will leave the villages and terraced farmlands and enter to a forest trial where you can spot varieties of beautiful birds. The trial then passes through several small villages and few temples. You will cross two suspension bridges at Mipra and Syange and then pass through a beautiful waterfull moving further alongside of Marshyangdi Khola. You will cross one more suspension bridge and finally reach to Jagat. Overnight at Jagat.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
1300

Morning in Jagat:
Rise with the sun, ready to continue your Annapurna Circuit adventure from the picturesque village of Jagat. The morning air is crisp, and the anticipation of the day's trek adds to the sense of excitement.

Trail through Diverse Landscapes:
Embark on the trail that leads from Jagat to Dharapani, traversing diverse landscapes that define the Annapurna region. The trek offers a seamless blend of lush forests, charming villages, and panoramic views, promising a day filled with both physical challenges and awe-inspiring scenery.

Chamje and Sattale:
As you trek, pass through Chamje and Sattale, encountering traditional stone-built houses and terraced fields. Engage with the local communities along the way, exchanging greetings and experiencing the hospitality that characterizes these remote Himalayan villages.

Marshyangdi River:
Cross the Marshyangdi River several times via sturdy suspension bridges, providing exhilarating glimpses of the river's turquoise waters below. The sound of rushing water becomes a constant companion, creating a symphony that accompanies your journey through the rugged terrain.

Ascending to Dharapani (1,860 meters):
Ascend gradually, reaching the village of Dharapani situated at an elevation of 1,860 meters. Dharapani serves as a crucial junction for trekkers, marking the confluence of the Marshyangdi and Dudh Khola rivers. The village is adorned with traditional architecture and prayer flags, offering a captivating introduction to the cultural tapestry of the region.

Accommodation in Dharapani:
Check into your accommodation in Dharapani, where you'll find a welcoming haven after a day of trekking. The lodges in Dharapani provide a comfortable retreat, featuring cozy rooms and common areas where trekkers can share stories and experiences.

Exploration and Cultural Immersion:
Take some time to explore Dharapani in the late afternoon. Wander through the village streets, observing daily life and interacting with locals. The cultural nuances of Dharapani provide insights into the traditions and customs that have endured for generations in these remote Himalayan settlements.

Evening and Dinner in Dharapani:
As the day winds down, relish a delicious dinner at the lodge, savoring both local and international dishes. The evening in Dharapani invites you to unwind, surrounded by the majestic mountains and the serenity of the Himalayan night.

Overnight Stay in Dharapani:
Retire to your room for a peaceful night's sleep, recharging your energy for the continued trekking adventure. Dharapani, with its scenic beauty and cultural charm, sets the stage for the unfolding chapters of the Annapurna Circuit trek. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where nature and tradition seamlessly intertwine.

The fifth day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: Your trek begins after an early morning breakfast at Jagat. You will start with a downhill trial that descends until it reaches to a river. From the river the trial further continues through lush forests and then starts ascending to a sharp edged cliff facing the riverbank.  You will pass by

 

Chyamje village on the way and enjoy the majestic views of Annapurna mountain ranges. You will cross a suspension bridge and again ascend towards a steep and challenging path to Sattale. You will climb on a rock strewn trials and descend to a grassy riverbank that leads you to Tal.  The trial becomes rugged and winding from here and further continues to the forested village of Karte.  Walking further along the waterfalls and cliffs and crossing a suspension bridge you will finally reach to Dharapani. Overnight in Dharapani.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
1860

Morning Departure from Dharapani:
As the Himalayan sunrise bathes the village of Dharapani in warm hues, lace up your trekking boots for another day of exploration. Depart from Dharapani, energized and ready to ascend further into the Annapurna region.

Mani Walls and Lush Forests:
The trail from Dharapani to Chame introduces you to the mesmerizing beauty of the region. Pass by intricately carved Mani walls adorned with prayer flags, a testament to the spiritual significance of these high-altitude landscapes. Traverse through lush forests, where the air is filled with the fragrance of pine and rhododendron.

Bagarchhap and Danakyu:
En route, stop at Bagarchhap, a picturesque village with traditional stone houses and terraced fields. Continue through the village of Danakyu, where you'll have the chance to interact with locals and gain insights into their daily lives. The friendly greetings and warm smiles of the villagers add a human touch to the trek.

Majestic Mountain Views:
The trek from Dharapani to Chame offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna and Manaslu mountain ranges. Each step brings you closer to the towering peaks that dominate the skyline, creating a sense of awe and inspiration.

Crossing the Marshyangdi River:
The trail involves several crossings of the Marshyangdi River over sturdy suspension bridges. The sound of the rushing river and the swaying of the bridges beneath your feet add an element of excitement to the journey.

Arrival at Chame (2,670 meters):
Reach the welcoming village of Chame, located at an altitude of 2,670 meters. Chame is the district headquarters of Manang and marks a significant point in your trek. The village is set against the backdrop of the majestic Lamjung Himal, providing a stunning setting for your overnight stay.

Accommodation in Chame:
Check into your accommodation in Chame, where the lodges and tea houses cater to the needs of trekkers. Enjoy the warm hospitality and unwind in comfortable rooms that offer a cozy retreat after a day of trekking.

Exploration of Chame:
Take some time to explore Chame in the late afternoon. Wander through the village streets, perhaps visiting the local monastery or interacting with residents. Chame's unique blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage invites you to immerse yourself in the tranquil surroundings.

Evening and Dinner in Chame:
As the evening descends, relish a nourishing dinner at the lodge. Engage with fellow trekkers, sharing stories of the day's adventures and soaking in the camaraderie of the trekking community.

Overnight Stay in Chame:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the crisp mountain air and the anticipation of the days that lie ahead. Chame, with its mountain vistas and cultural charm, becomes a memorable waypoint in your Annapurna Circuit journey. Each day unfolds new landscapes and experiences, and Chame sets the stage for the continued ascent into the heart of the Himalayas.

The sixth day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: After an early morning breakfast the trek begins. You will continue today’s trial walking through few forested ridges. The trial today offers amazing views of the mountains like Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV. The trek also passes through a small natural hot water spring where you can relax for some time before reaching to Chame. Chame is the headquarters of Manang district. Overnight at Chame.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
2670

Morning Departure from Chame:
The day commences with the crisp mountain air and a sense of anticipation as you bid farewell to Chame. Lace up your hiking boots and embark on the trail from Chame to Lower Pisang, ready for the challenges and wonders that lie ahead.

Continuing Along the Marshyangdi River:
The trail meanders alongside the Marshyangdi River, offering glimpses of the roaring water below. Crossing suspension bridges adorned with prayer flags adds a touch of adventure to the journey, creating a rhythm that complements the pace of your trek.

Dramatic Landscapes and Rock Formations:
As you ascend, the landscape transforms into a rugged terrain marked by dramatic rock formations. Towering cliffs and imposing peaks create a sense of awe, and the constant backdrop of the Annapurna and Pisang mountain ranges adds grandeur to the journey.

Bhratang Village and Dense Pine Forests:
Pass through the charming Bhratang village, where traditional stone houses are surrounded by terraced fields. The trail takes you through dense pine forests, providing moments of shade and tranquility amidst the trek's challenges.

Panoramic Views of Annapurna II:
The trek offers breathtaking panoramic views of Annapurna II, standing tall at 7,937 meters. The sight of this majestic peak against the clear Himalayan sky becomes a highlight of the day, creating memories that linger long after the trek is complete.

Arrival at Lower Pisang (3,190 meters):
As you approach Lower Pisang, situated at an elevation of 3,190 meters, the village unfolds before you like a Himalayan haven. Nestled against the mountainside, Lower Pisang boasts traditional architecture and terraced fields that exemplify the resilience of mountain communities.

Accommodation in Lower Pisang:
Check into your accommodation in Lower Pisang, where the lodges and tea houses welcome weary trekkers with open arms. The rooms provide a comfortable retreat, and the communal areas offer a chance to connect with fellow adventurers.

Exploration of Lower Pisang:
Take advantage of the late afternoon to explore Lower Pisang. The village's cultural richness is evident in its ancient monasteries, prayer wheels, and vibrant traditions. Engage with locals, perhaps participating in their daily activities or attending a prayer session to immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance.

Evening and Dinner in Lower Pisang:
As the evening descends, enjoy a wholesome dinner at the lodge. The communal dining experience fosters a sense of camaraderie among trekkers, and sharing stories of the day's journey adds to the communal spirit of the Annapurna Circuit.

Overnight Stay in Lower Pisang:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the tranquility of Lower Pisang and the promise of more adventures to come. Lower Pisang, with its unique charm and mountain vistas, becomes a memorable stop on your Annapurna Circuit trek. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where nature and culture converge in a symphony of experiences.

The seventh day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: Today the trek begins after an early morning breakfast at Chame. The trek today begins with a steep and narrow path that goes through a lush jungle that takes you to a steep trial on a dramatic curved rock face rising 1500m above the river. The valley opens up wide and beautiful with majestic vistas and Paungda Danda which is a massive sloping rock face rising over 5000ft soon after passing the last bit of rock. Overnight at Lower Pisang.  

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3190

Morning Departure from Lower Pisang:
As the morning sun bathes Lower Pisang in golden hues, set out for another exhilarating day of trekking on your journey through the Annapurna Circuit. The crisp mountain air and panoramic views of the surrounding peaks serve as the perfect backdrop as you bid farewell to Lower Pisang.

Two Possible Routes:
Today's trek presents you with a choice of two routes, each offering its unique charm and challenges. The longer, scenic route takes you through Upper Pisang, while the shorter, more direct route leads through the charming village of Ghyaru. The choice between these routes depends on your preference for panoramic views or a more efficient path.

Option 1: Upper Pisang Route

Duration: 6-7 hours
Begin by ascending to Upper Pisang, a village adorned with traditional architecture and surrounded by prayer flags.
Enjoy stunning views of the Annapurna and Pisang mountain ranges.
Traverse through picturesque landscapes, passing monasteries and chortens that speak to the region's rich cultural heritage.
OR

Option 2: Ghyaru Route

Duration: 4-5 hours
Opt for a more direct path through the village of Ghyaru, known for its traditional stone houses and terraced fields.
Marvel at the views of Annapurna II, III, and IV as you ascend through this scenic route.
Experience the tranquility of the landscape, with fewer ascents compared to the Upper Pisang route.
Panoramic Views and Prayer Flags:
Regardless of the route chosen, both options provide breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Tilicho. Prayer flags flutter in the mountain breeze, creating a spiritual ambiance that adds to the Himalayan experience.

Descending to Braga:
Following either route, you'll eventually descend to the village of Braga, characterized by its ancient monastery, one of the oldest in the region. Take a moment to explore the monastery's intricacies and absorb the spiritual aura that permeates the air.

Arrival at Manang (3,520 meters):
Continue your trek, arriving at the enchanting village of Manang, situated at an elevation of 3,520 meters. Manang is a cultural hub, offering a mix of traditional architecture and modern amenities against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks.

Accommodation in Manang:
Check into your accommodation in Manang, where the lodges and tea houses provide a comfortable haven for trekkers. The rooms offer warmth and reprieve from the mountain chill, and the communal areas create opportunities for cultural exchange among fellow trekkers.

Exploration of Manang:
Use the late afternoon to explore Manang. Visit the local monasteries, engage with the friendly locals, and stroll through the village streets. Manang's unique blend of tradition and modernity creates a fascinating tapestry that captivates trekkers.

Evening and Dinner in Manang:
As the evening unfolds, enjoy a hearty dinner at the lodge. Exchange stories with fellow trekkers, savoring the camaraderie that defines the Annapurna Circuit community.

Overnight Stay in Manang:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the serenity of Manang and the anticipation of the days that lie ahead. Manang, with its cultural richness and mountainous vistas, becomes a memorable stop on your Annapurna Circuit trek. Each day brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where nature and culture merge in a harmonious journey of discovery.

The eighth day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: You will have your breakfast at Lower Pisang and begin the trek. To enjoy the remarkable views of the Annapurna and Pasang mountains and beautiful landscapes you will take the trial that goes to upper Pisang via Geru. You can notice the changes in the landscapes, climate and vegetation now onwards. Upon reaching Manang you can also visit the largest monastery of the Manag district Barge Monastery. Overnight at Manang.  

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3520

Nurturing Altitude Acclimatization: A Day in Manang

Morning in Manang:
As the sun gently illuminates the towering peaks surrounding Manang, you awake to the realization that today is dedicated to the essential process of acclimatization. The rest day in Manang serves as a crucial step in your Annapurna Circuit journey, allowing your body to adapt to the higher altitudes and ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek ahead.

Nutritious Breakfast:
Begin your day with a nutritious breakfast, savoring the mountain views and crisp air that characterize the mornings in Manang. A hearty meal sets the tone for the day, providing the energy needed for gentle exploration and relaxation.

Acclimatization Hike to Gangapurna Lake:
To aid the acclimatization process, embark on a leisurely hike to Gangapurna Lake. The trail takes you through the picturesque landscape surrounding Manang, with views of the Annapurna and Gangapurna peaks guiding your way. The serene lake reflects the majesty of the mountains, creating a tranquil setting for reflection and acclimatization.

Visit to the Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA):
As part of your acclimatization day, consider a visit to the Himalayan Rescue Association's (HRA) Manang clinic. Engage with healthcare professionals who specialize in altitude-related issues and gain insights into the precautions and practices that contribute to a safe trek in the high-altitude Himalayas.

Cultural Exploration in Manang:
Spend the afternoon exploring the cultural richness of Manang. Visit the local monasteries, adorned with vibrant prayer flags, and immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance that characterizes these high-altitude settlements. Engage with locals, gaining a deeper understanding of their customs and traditions.

Relaxation and Reflection:
The afternoon offers ample time for relaxation. Unwind in the comfortable communal areas of your lodge, perhaps with a hot cup of tea, as you reflect on the journey so far and anticipate the challenges and beauty that lie ahead.

Yoga and Meditation (Optional):
Some lodges in Manang offer optional yoga and meditation sessions, providing a holistic approach to acclimatization. Join a session to align your mind and body, fostering a sense of balance amidst the mountainous surroundings.

Evening in Manang:
As the evening descends, enjoy a nourishing dinner at your lodge. Engage with fellow trekkers, sharing stories and experiences from the day's acclimatization activities. The communal atmosphere fosters a sense of camaraderie, creating lasting connections with like-minded adventurers.

Overnight Stay in Manang:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the calm and quietude of Manang. The acclimatization day serves as a pivotal moment in your Annapurna Circuit trek, ensuring that you are physically and mentally prepared for the challenges of higher altitudes. The mountains stand as silent sentinels, and as you rest, you carry with you the strength and resilience that the Himalayas inspire..

 

The ninth day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days:  Today you will have acclimatization day at Manang.  It is very important to acclimatize properly to avoid the risk of altitude sickness. Today you will have a short hike to Gangapurna Lake or Bhojo Gumba and also to Vraga Village to get some information about Acute Mountain Sickness. The rest of the day you will roam around the village and can interact with the locals. Overnight at Manang.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3500

Morning Departure from Manang:
As dawn illuminates the towering peaks around Manang, you set out for another day of trekking, leaving the cultural haven behind. Today's journey takes you deeper into the Himalayas as you trek from Manang to the serene Khangsar Village.

Ascend through Alpine Landscapes:
Embark on the trail that leads from Manang to Khangsar, ascending through alpine landscapes that showcase the rugged beauty of the Annapurna region. The air is crisp, and each step brings you closer to the majestic heights that await.

Mesmerizing Views of Annapurna III and Gangapurna:
The trek offers mesmerizing views of Annapurna III and Gangapurna, providing a constant reminder of the grandeur that surrounds you. The snow-capped peaks stand as silent sentinels, guiding your path through the Himalayan wilderness.

Traverse Through Unique Terrain:
As you traverse through unique terrain, you'll encounter barren landscapes and rocky formations, creating a stark yet captivating contrast to the lush landscapes of lower altitudes. The trail is well-defined, leading you through the heart of the Annapurna Conservation Area.

Arrival at Khangsar Village (3,756 meters):
After a moderate trek of 3-4 hours, arrive at the peaceful Khangsar Village, situated at an elevation of 3,756 meters. The village is surrounded by high Himalayan peaks, providing a sense of isolation and tranquility that defines the higher altitudes of the Annapurna Circuit.

Accommodation in Khangsar Village:
Check into your accommodation in Khangsar, where the lodges and tea houses offer a simple yet comfortable retreat. The rooms are designed to provide warmth, a precious commodity in the mountainous terrain, and the communal areas provide opportunities for connection with fellow trekkers.

Exploration of Khangsar Village:
Spend the afternoon exploring Khangsar Village. The village, with its traditional stone houses and prayer flags fluttering in the mountain breeze, offers a glimpse into the resilient way of life in the high Himalayas. Engage with locals, perhaps sharing a cup of tea and gaining insights into their daily routines.

Panoramic Mountain Vistas:
Enjoy panoramic mountain vistas from Khangsar Village, as the setting sun casts a golden glow on the surrounding peaks. The quietude of the village and the awe-inspiring views create a serene atmosphere, allowing you to fully appreciate the majesty of the Himalayas.

Evening and Dinner in Khangsar Village:
As the evening descends, savor a wholesome dinner at the lodge, reflecting on the day's trekking adventures. The communal dining experience fosters a sense of camaraderie, and the stories shared around the table become a cherished part of the Annapurna Circuit experience.

Overnight Stay in Khangsar Village:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the pristine mountain air and the anticipation of the days that lie ahead. Khangsar Village, with its remote charm and breathtaking surroundings, becomes a tranquil waypoint in your Annapurna Circuit trek. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where the spirit of adventure and the beauty of nature converge in a harmonious journey of discovery.

The tenth day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days:  The trek starts after an early morning breakfast at Manang.  You will cross a stream and the trek ascends towards Tenki village and continues further to Jarsang Khola out of Marshyangdi valley. The trial goes northward from the valley and passes through few pastures and juniper trees as you start to gain elevation. The trial further passes by a small village of Ghunsa and then through the horses and yaks grazing lands. You will then cross a small river by a small wooden bridge to an ancient Mani walls and then finally reaches to Yak Kharka. Overnight at Yak Kharka.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3756

Morning Departure from Khangsar Village:
With the first light painting the Himalayan peaks in hues of gold, you embark on a challenging yet exhilarating trek from Khangsar Village to the elevated Tilicho Base Camp. The anticipation of reaching higher altitudes and witnessing the grandeur of Tilicho Lake propels you forward.

Ascend through High-Alpine Landscape:
The trail ascends through high-alpine landscapes, revealing the raw beauty of the Annapurna region. The barren terrain and towering cliffs create a dramatic backdrop, underscoring the formidable nature of the Himalayan wilderness.

Trekking Alongside the Jarsang Khola River:
As you trek, the sound of the Jarsang Khola River serves as a constant companion. The glacial river runs alongside the trail, originating from the icefalls of Tilicho Peak and the surrounding glaciers. Crossing sturdy bridges and navigating rocky paths, you follow the river's course towards higher altitudes.

Encounter with Yaks and Wildlife:
The high-altitude meadows and rocky terrain are often grazed by yaks, their sturdy frames adapted to the challenging conditions. Keep an eye out for Himalayan wildlife, including the elusive blue sheep that inhabit these remote heights.

Mesmerizing Views of Khangsar Kang and Nilgiri:
As you ascend, the panoramic views unfold, showcasing peaks like Khangsar Kang and Nilgiri. The ever-changing vistas provide a visual feast, motivating you to continue the ascent toward the Tilicho Base Camp.

Arrival at Tilicho Base Camp (4,919 meters):
After a challenging trek of 5-6 hours, arrive at the Tilicho Base Camp, perched at an elevation of 4,919 meters. The camp is nestled in a glacial amphitheater, surrounded by towering peaks and crowned by the magnificent Tilicho Lake. The remote location and high altitude create an atmosphere of isolation and grandeur.

Accommodation in Tilicho Base Camp:
Check into your accommodation in Tilicho Base Camp, where the lodges provide a rustic yet comfortable abode amidst the high-altitude wilderness. The rooms offer respite from the mountain chill, and the communal areas become spaces for trekkers to share their Tilicho Base Camp experiences.

Exploration of Tilicho Base Camp:
Spend the afternoon exploring the surroundings of Tilicho Base Camp. The pristine glacial landscapes and the sight of Tilicho Lake in the distance add to the sense of awe. Acclimatize to the high altitude, taking in the tranquility and majesty of the setting.

Panoramic Sunset Views:
As the sun begins its descent, the entire landscape is bathed in warm hues. The play of light and shadow on the surrounding peaks creates a surreal atmosphere, offering a glimpse into the magical beauty of the Himalayan twilight.

Evening and Dinner in Tilicho Base Camp:
Savor a nourishing dinner at the lodge, sharing stories and experiences with fellow trekkers. The communal atmosphere fosters a sense of camaraderie, and the shared accomplishment of reaching Tilicho Base Camp becomes a highlight of the trek.

Overnight Stay in Tilicho Base Camp:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the silence of the high-altitude night and the anticipation of the next day's adventure. Tilicho Base Camp, with its remote charm and breathtaking vistas, becomes a memorable milestone in your Annapurna Circuit trek. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where the spirit of adventure and the beauty of nature converge in a harmonious journey of discovery.

The 12th day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days:  Today you will be crossing the highest pass of the world Thorang La Pass at 5416m. You will get up early in the morning at around 3 am and start the trek. It will take about 4 hours to reach the pass. You can see some small tea houses and walk on a trials marked by some Chortens and flags before reaching the pass. After spending few times on the pass you will further continue your trials to Muktinath Valley. Overnight at Muktinath.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4919

Morning Excursion to Tilicho Lake:
With the first light illuminating the rugged Himalayan terrain, embark on a captivating trek to Tilicho Lake from the tranquil Tilicho Base Camp. The anticipation of witnessing one of the world's highest lakes adds a sense of excitement to the crisp mountain air.

Scenic Hike through Rugged Trails:
The trail to Tilicho Lake unfolds through rugged and pristine landscapes, offering a visual spectacle of high-altitude beauty. Ascend gently through rocky paths, with each step revealing panoramic views of the surrounding peaks and the glacial amphitheater that cradles Tilicho Lake.

Reaching the Shores of Tilicho Lake:
After approximately 4-5 hours of invigorating trekking, arrive at the shores of Tilicho Lake. The turquoise waters of the lake mirror the towering peaks that encircle it, creating a surreal and awe-inspiring sight. Tilicho Lake is a natural marvel, nestled in a glacial basin and surrounded by the grandeur of the Annapurna range.

Exploration of Tilicho Lake Surroundings:
Take time to explore the surroundings of Tilicho Lake. The pristine alpine meadows, the echoing silence, and the reflections on the tranquil waters create an atmosphere of unparalleled serenity. Marvel at the sheer magnitude of the Himalayan landscape as you absorb the unique energy of this high-altitude haven.

Photographic Moments and Reflection:
Capture the photographic moments that unfold around Tilicho Lake. The play of light on the peaks, the vibrant prayer flags fluttering in the mountain breeze, and the unique flora that thrives in this harsh yet beautiful environment provide ample subjects for contemplation and reflection.

Return to Tilicho Base Camp:
Having immersed yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Tilicho Lake and its surroundings, begin the descent back to Tilicho Base Camp. The return journey allows you to retrace your steps, offering new perspectives on the landscape and a chance to revisit the highlights of the hike.

Evening at Tilicho Base Camp:
As the sun begins its descent behind the Himalayan peaks, return to the cozy embrace of Tilicho Base Camp. The evening atmosphere is infused with a sense of accomplishment and tranquility. Enjoy a nourishing dinner at the lodge, sharing stories of the day's adventure with fellow trekkers.

Overnight Stay at Tilicho Base Camp:
Retire to your room for a well-deserved night's rest, surrounded by the quietude of Tilicho Base Camp. The memories of the Tilicho Lake hike and the natural wonders witnessed throughout the day become an integral part of your Annapurna Circuit trekking experience. Each moment spent in the high-altitude landscapes reinforces the allure of the Himalayas, leaving an indelible mark on your journey of exploration and discovery.

The 13th day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days: Today you will visit the famous religious site Muktinath early in the morning. The temple of Muktinath has a great significance for both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. There are 108 water taps inside the temple premises. It is believed that if anyone showers in all the taps then god fulfills their wish and cures all the wrong deeds. After visiting the temple you will descend to Marpha from Ranipauwa village continuing the trials through barren hills and desert like landscapes resembling Tibet.  You can see numbers of apple treeks in Marpha as it is also known as an apple capital. There you can find varieties of apple products made up of apple such as wine, juice, candys and many more. Overnight at Marpha.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4919

Morning Descent from Tilicho Base Camp:
As the morning sun casts its glow on the lofty peaks, bid farewell to Tilicho Base Camp and commence a scenic descent towards Yak Kharka. The day unfolds with the promise of diverse landscapes and the anticipation of reaching the welcoming haven of Yak Kharka.

Descending through Alpine Splendor:
The trail descends through alpine splendor, retracing the steps taken on the ascent to Tilicho Base Camp. The barren beauty of the high-altitude terrain, coupled with the distant views of the Annapurna range, creates a mesmerizing backdrop for the trek.

Revisiting Tilicho Lake Views:
During the descent, catch glimpses of Tilicho Lake from different angles. The ever-changing perspectives provide a renewed appreciation for the natural wonders witnessed during the ascent, offering a chance to reflect on the unique beauty of this Himalayan region.

Traverse through High-Altitude Meadows:
As you descend further, traverse through high-altitude meadows adorned with hardy alpine vegetation. The contrast between the stark rock formations and the resilient plant life creates a tapestry of textures and colors against the backdrop of the towering peaks.

Arrival at Yak Kharka (4,010 meters):
After a rewarding trek of 5-6 hours, arrive at the picturesque Yak Kharka, situated at an elevation of 4,010 meters. The village is nestled amidst the mountainous landscape, offering a tranquil respite for trekkers. The welcoming atmosphere and lower altitude provide a refreshing change after the high-altitude experiences.

Accommodation in Yak Kharka:
Check into your accommodation in Yak Kharka, where the lodges and tea houses offer a cozy retreat. The rooms provide warmth and comfort, and the communal areas become spaces for trekkers to share stories and experiences. Enjoy the friendly hospitality that characterizes the mountain settlements along the Annapurna Circuit.

Exploration of Yak Kharka:
Use the late afternoon to explore Yak Kharka and its surroundings. The village, surrounded by grazing pastures and framed by mountain peaks, exudes a serene charm. Engage with fellow trekkers and the local community, gaining insights into the daily life of those who call this high-altitude haven home.

Evening and Dinner in Yak Kharka:
As the evening settles in, savor a nourishing dinner at the lodge. The communal dining experience fosters a sense of camaraderie, and the stories shared around the table become a cherished part of the Annapurna Circuit experience. The crisp mountain air and the quietude of Yak Kharka set the stage for a peaceful night's rest.

Overnight Stay in Yak Kharka:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the tranquility of Yak Kharka and the memories of the day's descent. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where the varied landscapes and cultural nuances create a tapestry of experiences on your Annapurna Circuit trek.

Thorong Phedi to Muktinath via Thorong La Pass (5416m/17764ft): 7 - 8 hours

 

The 14th day of Annapurna Circuit 20 Days: You will have your breakfast at Marpha and then start todays trek. The trek goes via the new route towards Chokhopani village to Kalopani. Anong the trek you will pass by traditional Thakali village and apple farms. Following the trial that offers magnificent views of the snow capped mountains like Dhaulagiri, Tukuche, Nilgiri and many more you will reach to Kokhethanti. You will cross a river and following the newly constructed road site you will reach Kalopani. Overnight in Kalopani.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4010

Ascending Toward the High Pass: Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi Trek

Morning Ascent from Yak Kharka:
As the first light kisses the mountain peaks, embark on a journey from the tranquil Yak Kharka to the strategic Thorong Phedi. The morning air is crisp, and the anticipation of ascending to higher altitudes lingers in every step.

Scenic Traverse Through Alpine Terrain:
The trail from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi takes you through stunning alpine terrain. Ascend gradually, surrounded by panoramic views of the Annapurna range. The stark beauty of the high-altitude landscape becomes more pronounced as you traverse through rocky paths and highland meadows.

Views of Gangapurna and Thorong Peak:
Marvel at the majestic peaks of Gangapurna and Thorong Peak as they dominate the skyline. The ever-changing play of light on these snow-capped giants creates a dynamic and awe-inspiring spectacle throughout the trek.

Crossing the Jarsang Khola:
Navigate the trail as it follows the course of the Jarsang Khola River. Cross sturdy bridges that span the glacial-fed river, adding an element of adventure to the journey. The sound of rushing water serves as a constant companion, echoing through the mountainous landscapes.

Arrival at Thorong Phedi (4,450 meters):
After a fulfilling trek of 4-5 hours, arrive at Thorong Phedi, strategically positioned at an elevation of 4,450 meters. The settlement serves as a vital rest point for trekkers preparing for the challenging Thorong La Pass. The air is thinner, and the surroundings are characterized by high-altitude starkness.

Accommodation in Thorong Phedi:
Check into your accommodation in Thorong Phedi, where the lodges cater to the needs of trekkers gearing up for the pass. The rooms provide a comfortable retreat, and the communal areas become spaces for trekkers to share stories and exchange insights on the impending ascent.

Exploration and Acclimatization:
Use the remainder of the day for exploration and acclimatization. Wander around Thorong Phedi, absorbing the stark beauty of the surroundings. Engage in light activities to acclimate to the higher altitudes, ensuring your body is prepared for the challenges that lie ahead.

Sunset Views and Evening Preparation:
As the sun begins its descent, revel in the panoramic views of the surrounding peaks illuminated by the golden hues of sunset. Spend the evening preparing for the next day's ascent, ensuring you have the necessary gear and mentally readying yourself for the high mountain pass.

Dinner and Early Rest:
Savor a nourishing dinner at the lodge, sharing the communal dining experience with fellow trekkers. The evening concludes with an early rest, allowing you to recharge for the formidable Thorong La Pass that awaits on the morrow.

Overnight Stay in Thorong Phedi:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the high-altitude stillness of Thorong Phedi. Each step brings you closer to the pinnacle of the Annapurna Circuit, where the Thorong La Pass stands as both a physical and metaphorical peak in your Himalayan odyssey.

The 15th day of Annapurna Circuit Trek 20 Days:  After an early morning breakfast at Kalopani you will head towards Tatopani. The trek begins with a gradual walk. You will cross a suspension bridge at Ghasa and start to descend down. You can now see several lush jungles as you start decreasing elevation. You will pass by a huge water fall and continue down to the east bank from Kopchenpani via Garpar to a bridge at Dana. After crossing several villages and crossing suspension bridges you will finally reach Tatopani. You can relax in hot water spring in Tatopani. Overnight at Tatopani.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
4450

Conquering the Himalayan Apex: Thorong Phedi to Muktinath Trek via Thorong La Pass

Pre-Dawn Start:
The day begins in the pre-dawn stillness of Thorong Phedi as trekkers gather their courage and gear for the formidable ascent to Thorong La Pass. A sense of anticipation permeates the air as the challenge of reaching an altitude of 5,400 meters looms ahead.

Ascent to Thorong La Pass:
Embark on the steep ascent towards Thorong La Pass, where each step takes you higher into the heart of the Himalayas. The trail is demanding, winding through rocky terrain and snow-covered slopes. The higher you climb, the thinner the air becomes, challenging both body and spirit.

Sunrise Over the Annapurna Range:
As the sun rises over the Annapurna range, its warm rays paint the surrounding peaks in hues of pink and gold. The panoramic views from Thorong La Pass are unparalleled, offering a breathtaking 360-degree vista of the Annapurna and Mustang regions. This moment at the apex of the trek is a testament to your resilience and determination.

Prayer Flags and Spiritual Moments:
Thorong La Pass is adorned with vibrant prayer flags that flutter in the mountain breeze, carrying prayers and blessings. Take a moment to soak in the spiritual ambiance, appreciating the cultural significance of this high-altitude crossing. The pass is not just a physical milestone but a spiritual one, marking a journey of introspection and accomplishment.

Descent to Muktinath:
Having conquered Thorong La Pass, begin the descent towards Muktinath. The trail winds down through rocky slopes, offering glimpses of the arid landscapes of Mustang. The change in scenery is dramatic as you descend from the high-altitude wilderness to the sacred valley of Muktinath.

Arrival at Muktinath (3,800 meters):
After a challenging day of trekking, arrive at the sacred pilgrimage site of Muktinath. Situated at an elevation of 3,800 meters, Muktinath is revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. The landscape transforms once again, with the iconic Muktinath Temple and 108 water spouts providing a spiritual backdrop to the journey.

Accommodation in Muktinath:
Check into your accommodation in Muktinath, where the lodges cater to the needs of pilgrims and trekkers alike. The rooms offer a comfortable respite, and the communal areas become spaces for cultural exchange and reflection on the day's triumph.

Exploration of Muktinath:
Take the late afternoon to explore Muktinath. Visit the sacred Muktinath Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu in Hinduism and Chenrezig in Buddhism. The eternal flame and the 108 water spouts are integral to the pilgrimage experience, providing a cultural and spiritual immersion.

Evening at Muktinath:
As the evening descends, soak in the serenity of Muktinath. The ambiance is a blend of cultural richness and the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas. Enjoy a peaceful evening, perhaps engaging in conversation with fellow trekkers or pilgrims, creating connections that transcend cultural and geographical boundaries.

Overnight Stay in Muktinath:
Retire to your room for a well-deserved night's rest, surrounded by the tranquility of Muktinath and the memories of the day's epic trek. Muktinath, with its spiritual significance and mountainous charm, becomes a profound waypoint in your Annapurna Circuit journey. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where physical challenges and cultural encounters merge in a harmonious exploration of the human spirit.

The 16th day of Annapurna Circuit 20 Days: After having breakfast at Kalopani the trek to Ghorepani begins. The trek heads up to Ghar Khola valley leaving Kali Gandaki River behind. You will then trek through terraced farmlands with magnificient views of mountains. Passing through several villages like Shikha and Chitre the trial goes through a forest blanketed by rhododendron trees and then finally reach to Ghorepani. Overnight at Ghorepani.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
3800

Morning Departure from Muktinath:
As the first light graces the sacred landscapes of Muktinath, begin the trek towards the charming village of Marpha. The day's journey unfolds with a descent from the spiritual heights of Muktinath, introducing a change in scenery and cultural ambiance.

Descending Through Kagbeni:
The initial part of the trek involves descending through the ancient village of Kagbeni. The cobblestone streets and traditional mud-brick houses evoke a sense of timelessness, offering a glimpse into the rich history of this region. The Kali Gandaki River accompanies the trail, carving its way through the arid landscapes.

Scenic Views of Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri:
As you descend, be prepared for breathtaking views of the Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri peaks. The contrasting landscapes of the Mustang region, with its arid terrain and scattered vegetation, create a striking backdrop for the day's trekking.

Cultural Exploration in Jomsom:
Continue the journey through the charming town of Jomsom, a significant hub in the Annapurna region. Jomsom is known for its apple orchards, and the scent of ripe apples permeates the air. Take a moment to explore the town, interact with locals, and perhaps indulge in some local apple products.

Crossing the Kali Gandaki River:
The trek involves crossing the Kali Gandaki River, a key geographical feature of the region. Sturdy suspension bridges facilitate the crossing, adding an element of adventure to the journey. The river, with its rich history and cultural significance, meanders through the deepest gorge in the world.

Arrival at Marpha (2,566 meters):
After a fulfilling trek of 6-7 hours, arrive at the picturesque village of Marpha. Nestled amidst apple orchards and framed by the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, Marpha exudes a tranquil charm. The whitewashed houses and narrow alleys contribute to the village's aesthetic appeal.

Accommodation in Marpha:
Check into your accommodation in Marpha, where the traditional stone houses have been converted into cozy lodges. The rooms offer a comfortable haven, and the communal areas provide spaces for trekkers to unwind and share stories. Marpha is renowned for its apple brandy, and some lodges may offer a taste of this local specialty.

Exploration of Marpha:
Use the late afternoon to explore Marpha. Wander through the apple orchards, visit the local monasteries, and engage with the friendly locals. Marpha is known for its hospitality, and the cultural exchanges with the villagers add a special dimension to the trekking experience.

Evening in Marpha:
As the evening settles in, savor a delicious dinner at the lodge. The communal dining experience fosters a sense of camaraderie, and the crisp mountain air adds to the refreshing atmosphere. Enjoy the quietude of Marpha, perhaps strolling through the village streets under the starlit sky.

Overnight Stay in Marpha:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the tranquility of Marpha and the memories of the day's descent. Marpha, with its unique blend of culture and natural beauty, becomes a delightful interlude in your Annapurna Circuit trek. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where the varied landscapes and cultural nuances create a tapestry of experiences.

The 17th day of Annapurna circuit 20 Days: You will have your breakfast at Ghorepani then you hike up 45m to Poon hill for sunrise view. It is one of the best trekking destinations of Annapurna region. From there you can see sensational view of Annapurna ranges, Dhaulagiri ranges, Nilgiri, Fishtail after that you will came back to the Ghorepani then trek to Tadapani for 6/7 hours. Overnight at Tadapani.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
2566

Morning Departure from Marpha:
The day begins with a sense of anticipation as you bid farewell to the charming village of Marpha. The trail leads to Tatopani, a destination known for its natural hot springs, promising both a rewarding trek and rejuvenating relaxation.

Descent through Kali Gandaki Valley:
The initial part of the trek involves a gradual descent through the Kali Gandaki Valley. The diverse landscapes transition from the arid beauty of Marpha to more lush surroundings, with the sound of the river accompanying your journey.

Apple Orchards and Agricultural Fields:
Pass through apple orchards and agricultural fields, where the fertile soil yields a variety of crops. The terraced landscape reflects the intricate farming practices of the region, providing a picturesque backdrop to the trek.

Villages Along the Trail:
The trail meanders through small villages, each with its own distinct character. Engage with locals, observe traditional architecture, and gain insights into the daily lives of the people inhabiting this Himalayan region. The warmth of the communities along the Annapurna Circuit is a hallmark of the trekking experience.

Scenic Views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Ranges:
As you descend, enjoy panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. The contrast between the high-altitude peaks and the lower-lying valleys creates a dynamic visual experience, showcasing the diverse topography of the Annapurna region.

Arrival at Tatopani (1,190 meters):
After a trek of 6-7 hours, arrive at the enchanting village of Tatopani. The name "Tatopani" translates to "hot water," alluding to the natural hot springs that make this destination a treasured stop along the Annapurna Circuit. The lower altitude and soothing ambiance of Tatopani offer a refreshing change.

Accommodation in Tatopani:
Check into your accommodation in Tatopani, where the lodges are designed to provide comfort and relaxation. The hot springs, a natural gift, await your indulgence. The communal areas of the lodges become spaces for trekkers to share stories and relish the experiences of the day.

Rejuvenation in Natural Hot Springs:
Spend the afternoon rejuvenating in the natural hot springs of Tatopani. The mineral-rich waters are believed to have therapeutic properties, providing a well-deserved respite for trekkers. Immerse yourself in the warmth, surrounded by the serene landscapes of Tatopani.

Exploration of Tatopani:
Use the remaining daylight to explore Tatopani. Stroll through the village, visit local establishments, and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere. Tatopani is a cultural and geographical intersection, where the diverse elements of the Annapurna Circuit converge.

Evening in Tatopani:
As the evening descends, relish a hearty dinner at the lodge. The communal dining experience becomes a forum for trekkers to share the highlights of their journey. The gentle evening breeze and the sound of the nearby river create a tranquil ambiance, setting the stage for a restful night.

Overnight Stay in Tatopani:
Retire to your room for a peaceful night's sleep, surrounded by the soothing energy of Tatopani and the memories of the day's trek. Tatopani, with its natural hot springs and welcoming atmosphere, becomes a unique chapter in your Annapurna Circuit adventure. Each step brings you closer to the heart of the Himalayas, where nature's wonders and cultural encounters intertwine in a harmonious journey of exploration.

The 18th day of Annapurna circuit 20 Days: After having breakfast at Tadapani You will have your breakfast at Tadapani and then you will trek to ghandruk 3 hours walking through jungle and downhill. Ghandruk is one of biggest Gurung village in Nepal, they have own language, dress, typical foods and houses. Gurung cultures are highly preserved in this region. You can visit the village and explore the cultures and lifestyles of Gurung people. from here you will trek to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara. Overnight at Pokhara.  

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
1190

Morning Departure from Tatopani:
The day commences with a morning departure from the tranquil haven of Tatopani. As you bid farewell to the natural hot springs and picturesque landscapes, embark on a scenic overland journey towards the enchanting city of Pokhara.

Picturesque Drive Along the Kali Gandaki River:
The drive follows the course of the Kali Gandaki River, offering picturesque views of the meandering waterway. The river, known for being one of the holiest in Nepal, becomes a constant companion on this leg of the journey. The changing scenery, from terraced fields to dense forests, adds to the visual tapestry of the road trip.

Ascent through Gorges and Valleys:
The road ascends through winding gorges and valleys, providing thrilling glimpses of the surrounding hills and mountains. The journey unfolds as a dynamic blend of natural beauty and cultural richness, showcasing the diverse landscapes of the region.

Village Enclaves and Cultural Encounters:
As you traverse the rural landscapes, pass through small village enclaves. These settlements offer a glimpse into the traditional lifestyles of the locals, with their unique architecture and agrarian practices. The warmth of the communities along the route enhances the cultural experience of the journey.

Panoramic Views of Annapurna and Machapuchare:
As the road winds its way through the undulating terrain, enjoy panoramic views of the Annapurna and Machapuchare mountain ranges. The snow-capped peaks stand as majestic sentinels, creating a breathtaking backdrop for the drive.

Pit Stops for Refreshments:
Make pit stops at charming roadside eateries, where you can savor local delicacies and refresh yourself with traditional beverages. The road trip becomes not only a means of transportation but also a culinary journey, allowing you to taste the flavors of the region.

Arrival in Pokhara (820 meters):
After a 5 to 5:30 hours drive, arrive in the lakeside paradise of Pokhara. The city, nestled beside the serene Phewa Lake and surrounded by the Annapurna and Machapuchare ranges, welcomes you with its laid-back ambiance and natural splendor.

Accommodation in Pokhara:
Check into your accommodation in Pokhara, where a range of lodges and hotels cater to diverse preferences. The lakeside accommodations offer stunning views and a tranquil atmosphere, providing a perfect setting for relaxation after the road journey.

Leisurely Evening in Pokhara:
The late afternoon and evening are yours to explore Pokhara at your leisure. Stroll along the lakeside promenade, explore the vibrant markets, or perhaps indulge in a boat ride on Phewa Lake. Pokhara's charm lies in its blend of adventure and serenity, making it a favorite destination for travelers.

Dinner with a View:
Savor a delightful dinner at one of the lakeside restaurants, enjoying the scenic views as the sun sets behind the mountains. The lakeside ambiance, coupled with the cool mountain air, creates a magical atmosphere for an evening meal.

Overnight Stay in Pokhara:
Retire to your accommodation for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the tranquility of Pokhara and the memories of the day's scenic road journey. Each twist and turn of the road has brought you closer to the heart of Nepal's natural wonders, where adventure and relaxation converge in the beautiful city of Pokhara.

The 19th day of Annapurna circuit 20 Days: You will have your breakfast at Pokhara and drive to Kathmandu following the same route. After reaching Kathmandu you can rest in the hotel or roam around the city. Overnight at Kathmandu.

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
820

Early Departure from Pokhara:
The day kicks off with an early departure from the serene lakeside city of Pokhara. As the first rays of sunlight illuminate the surrounding peaks, embark on a captivating overland drive that will take you through the heartland of Nepal.

Traversing Diverse Landscapes:
The road journey from Pokhara to Kathmandu unfolds like a visual odyssey, traversing diverse landscapes that showcase the country's topographical richness. The drive takes you through rolling hills, terraced fields, and quaint villages, offering a kaleidoscopic view of rural life in Nepal.

Views of Annapurna and Manaslu Ranges:
As the road winds its way through the undulating terrain, be prepared for stunning views of the Annapurna and Manaslu mountain ranges. The majestic peaks stand as silent sentinels, creating a picturesque backdrop for the journey. The changing play of light on the snow-capped summits adds to the visual spectacle.

Pit Stops for Refreshments and Scenic Overlooks:
Make occasional pit stops at roadside teahouses and eateries, where you can refresh yourself with local snacks and beverages. Some of these stops may provide scenic overlooks, allowing you to capture the beauty of the landscapes with your camera and create lasting memories of the drive.

Ascent to the Kathmandu Valley:
As the drive progresses, the ascent to the Kathmandu Valley begins. The road meanders through the hills, providing panoramic views of the valley below. The anticipation builds as you approach the bustling capital city, where ancient traditions and modern life coexist in a vibrant tapestry.

Arrival in Kathmandu (1,345 meters):
After a 7-8 hours drive, arrive in the bustling metropolis of Kathmandu. The city, with its rich cultural heritage and vibrant energy, welcomes you with a blend of historical charm and urban dynamism. The drive serves as a gateway between Nepal's natural wonders and the cultural vibrancy of its capital.

Accommodation in Kathmandu:
Check into your accommodation in Kathmandu, where a range of hotels and lodges cater to different preferences. Whether nestled in the historic heart of the city or located in the modern districts, the accommodations offer a comfortable haven for weary travelers.

Exploration of Kathmandu:
The late afternoon and evening are yours to explore Kathmandu. Visit iconic landmarks such as Durbar Square, Boudhanath Stupa, or the vibrant Thamel district. Immerse yourself in the city's bustling markets, where traditional crafts and modern trends converge.

Dinner Amidst Cultural Ambiance:
Savor a delightful dinner at a local restaurant, where the flavors of Nepali cuisine are complemented by the cultural ambiance. Kathmandu's culinary scene is diverse, offering a taste of the country's gastronomic richness.

Overnight Stay in Kathmandu:
Retire to your room for a restful night's sleep, surrounded by the energetic vibes of Kathmandu and the memories of the scenic overland drive. Each kilometer covered on the road has been a journey through Nepal's essence, blending natural beauty, rural life, and urban vibrancy. As you rest, reflect on the diverse landscapes and cultural encounters that have marked your overland adventure from Pokhara to Kathmandu.

Farewell: We hope you had an amazing journey with us in Nepal and wish to meet you soon with your friends, families or co workers. We will give a short farewell to you and our representatives will drop you to the airport for your final departure. 

Food
all meals during trek including tea and coffee 
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
1345

Morning in Kathmandu:
The final day of your Annapurna Circuit trekking adventure begins with a quiet morning in Kathmandu. Take a moment to savor the energy of the city and reflect on the incredible journey you've experienced through the heart of Nepal.

Last-minute Explorations:
If time permits before your departure, consider some last-minute explorations. Visit any remaining cultural sites, explore hidden corners of Thamel, or indulge in some souvenir shopping to take home tangible memories of your time in Nepal.

Transportation to Tribhuvan International Airport:
As the time for your departure approaches, arrangements will be made for your transportation to Tribhuvan International Airport. The drive to the airport offers a final glimpse of Kathmandu's dynamic streets and bustling urban life.

Reflecting on the Annapurna Circuit Trek:
During the journey to the airport, take a moment to reflect on the Annapurna Circuit trek. Recall the challenging ascents, the breathtaking landscapes, the cultural encounters, and the camaraderie shared with fellow trekkers. The memories of this adventure will forever be etched in your mind.

Gratitude to the Team:
Express your gratitude to the trekking team, including guides, porters, and any support staff who accompanied you throughout the trek. Their expertise, local knowledge, and warm hospitality have contributed significantly to the success and enjoyment of your journey.

Flight Check-in and Security Procedures:
Upon arrival at the airport, complete the necessary check-in procedures for your departing flight. Ensure that you have all required travel documents, including your passport and any relevant permits obtained during the trek.

Time at the Departure Lounge:
Spend some time at the departure lounge, perhaps enjoying a last cup of traditional Nepali tea or coffee. Use this time to soak in the atmosphere of the airport, where travelers from around the world converge, each carrying their own tales of adventure.

Boarding the Flight:
Once the boarding announcement is made, proceed to board your flight. As you take your seat, reflect on the vast landscapes you've traversed, the mountain peaks you've admired, and the cultural treasures you've encountered. The Annapurna Circuit trek has been a journey of exploration, both external and internal.

In-flight Contemplation:
During the flight, take a moment to gaze out of the window as the aircraft ascends above the Himalayas. The bird's-eye view offers a unique perspective of the terrain you've crossed on foot, providing a final visual chapter to your trekking adventure.

Arrival at Your Destination:
Upon arrival at your destination, take a deep breath and carry the essence of the Annapurna Circuit with you. The memories of the trek, the landscapes, and the people you've met will remain with you as souvenirs of a transformative journey through Nepal's mountainous splendor.

Conclusion of the Annapurna Circuit Trek:
As you step off the plane, the Annapurna Circuit trek formally concludes. The journey from Kathmandu to the departure and beyond represents the closing chapter of an adventure that has tested your limits, expanded your horizons, and left an indelible mark on your spirit.

Carrying the Himalayas in Your Heart:
As you head towards your post-trek destinations, carry the spirit of the Himalayas in your heart. The challenges overcome, the friendships forged, and the beauty witnessed will continue to inspire you long after the trek's conclusion. The Annapurna Circuit has not just been a physical journey; it's been an odyssey of the soul.

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Trek Lodge
Elevation
1230

Annapurna Circuit Trek Include / Exclude

Cost Includes

  • Transfer airport/hotel/airport on both domestic and international flights by private vehicle.
  • Full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu valley with Nepalese cultural guide and private vehicle, including world heritage sites entrance fees as per the above itinerary.
  • 5 -star deluxe hotel accommodations in Kathmandu, Shangri La Resort in Pokhara on a twin share bed- and- breakfast basis as per the itinerary.
  • Accommodation in comfortable lodge or Teahouse while on trek
  • Full board meals while on trekking (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with tea and coffee.
  • Professional local trekking guide trained in Wilderness First Aid, Plus Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • All meals, accommodation, salary, equipment, transportation for guide and porter.
  • Insurance covering all stuff, including porters as per state law
  • Private transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the trek as applicable.
  • Domestic flight to/from Pokhara and Kathmandu, including airport tax.
  • Warm down jacket, sleeping bag and duffel bag (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion).
  • All necessary paper work and permits, including TIMS permit
  • Travel & Rescue arrangement. (Helicopter Evacuation available if required, at clients' cost).
  • Comprehensive First aid medical kit.
  • Complementary  Actual adventure T-shirt and Annapurna region trekking map
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu at typical Nepali restaurant.
  • All applicable government taxes.

Please Note: On our tours/trek packages, rooms or tents are provided on a twin sharing basis. A single person supplement charge will be added. This is waived for certain treks. Please discuss this with us. Occasionally, we can match you with a compatible partner for trekking purposes with your approval.

Cost Excludes

  • Visa fee for Nepal (Please bring accurate $USD cash t $25 for 15 day, US$ 40 for 30 day, and US$ 100 for three month and two passport size photograph).
  • Any meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara other than breakfast (and also in the case of early return from the mountain than the scheduled itinerary).
  • Personal expenses (alcoholic drinks, bottled water, cold drinks and laundry).
  • Personal medical and travel insurance and medical bills.
  • International air fares/ flights (Fares and flights can be arranged upon the request).
  • Hot shower during trekking.
  • Personal trekking equipment.

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Additional Information

Trekking Info

Stay Safe

Altitude Sickness: The main and common risk while trekking above about 2500m is Altitude sickness. Altitude sickness is caused by acute exposure to low partial pressure of oxygen at high altitude. The available amount of oxygen to sustain mental and physical alertness decreases with altitude. Available oxygen drops as the air density itself, the number of molecules (of both oxygen and nitrogen) per given volume, drops as altitude increases. So don’t ignore, if you have any symptoms then descending to a lower altitude is the only option.

Water: Have some means to purify water, iodine or a fine ceramic filter are the best options. The streams should be considered polluted and whilst bottled water is often available, the disposal of plastic bottles is a problem.

Electricity in Nepal

Nepal is a developing country, Outside of major cities area electricity on trekking can be scares. You should have to pay 100-800 NRs per hour to charge goods on many lodges and also many tea-house treks, including in Annapurna base camp trek, Everest Base camp trek and many others treks also. Chargers often won't work on low power solar systems you find right up in the mountains so u can buy alternative bayonet light to electricity power plug converter, which will only works in low voltage is highlow. The standard Nepalese electrical outlet is a three-pronged triangle so bring three-pronged triangle chargers.

Nepal Climate information

Nepal is a landlocked country which lies in Hindu Kush Himalayan region. Nepal has monsoonal climate having four main seasons: spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter.

Below is a general guide to conditions at different seasons


January to March (winter): In this season temperature will decrease at often 0°C (32°F) at night, with extreme cold at high elevations. It is possible to trek in places like the Everest region during the winter but due to extreme cold weather and heavy snow fall it may be quite difficult than as usual. 
April to June (summer): In these months it is quite warm and dry weather. There is an abundance of blooming flowers in the Himalayas at this time, with rhododendrons, in particular, adding a splash of color to the landscape. This season is the best time to undertake mountain expeditions.
June to September (Monsoon): There will be heavy monsoonal rainfall in this season. Rains are generally lighter in high Himalayan reasons. In this season the mountain ranges are not often visible due to the clouds. 
October to December (autumn): These months are cool and clear which is due to the end of monsoon, there is little dust in the air so this is the best season to visit the hilly and mountainous regions.

Nepal Visas information

Visa in Nepal can be acquired on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu and also at the border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki border of Nepal - India and Kodari on Nepal-China border. Visa can also acquire at the nearest Nepal Embassy. For visa renewal purpose you can contact at Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan at Kathmandu. A valid passport and one passport -size photo with a light background is required. Visa can be obtained only through payment of cash in the following currency: Euro, Swiss Franc, Pound Sterling, US Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar and Japanese Yen. Credit card, Indian currency and Nepali currency are not accepted as payment of visa fee.

Nepal Visas information and fee

Visa Facility Duration Fee
Multiple entry  15 days  US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 30 days US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry 90 days  U US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

Respect to Local Peoples

In Nepal, “Namaste” or “Namaskar” is said to an older or high-status person with palms together, figure up. It is used to greet a person in place of goodbye or hello. There is no limitation how many times you say “Namaste” but, it is better if you say once per person, per day. If You want to say “Thank You” then you can say “Dhanyabaad /'ðɅnjɅbɑ:d/ (Dhan-ya-baad)” 

Client Reviews
Rajith Perera

Rajith Perera

Sri Lanka

26th May, 2022

Annapurna Round Trek Dear Kedar & Keshab, Thank you for organizing this trip for me. It was a truly memorable trip and I shall treasure the memories forever. A very special thank you to my guide and friend Keshab for walking all the way back to the high camp in thorung phedi when I left my mobile phone at the lodge. Truly remarkable service. I wish you all the very best..!! I highly recommend Actual Adventure for anyone planning to visit the Himalayas. Kind Regards, Rajith rajith.perera@ymail.com


Mr. Praveen Shankaranarayana

United States

26th May, 2022

Binod Nepal was my guide for the Annapurna Circuit trek, which lasted 12 days. He was excellent in every way – I don’t think I would have had such an enjoyable trek without him. He knows the best local places to stay, to eat and to see. He is encouraging and accommodating and just plain fun to travel with. I would recommend Binod to any one of my friends and would prefer to have him as my guide for my next trek. Thank you Kedar and all team from Actual Adventure for this memorial and enjoyable trip.´   20927 Amie Ave Apt 11    


Jim and John Moore

Australia

26th May, 2022

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Kedar, Just a note to say how delighted we have been with your service, all of the arrangements’ that you made in adventure of our arrival walked out perfectly. The guide you provided service was a great Mr Suajn Gurung is really Good guide, we highly recommended him for any trekking in Nepal. We love to see Evert next year with your professional service. Jim and John Moore Australia 09 November, 2012 Australia


Alexander Richter    

Alexander Richter    

Germany

26th May, 2022

“Annapurna circuit - professional guide - perfectly organized” Excellent organized annapurna circuit trekking tour. The guide has a deep knowledge about this area, secret places and all the plant and animal life of this region. The package was with one of the best hotels in Kathmandu: Alpine Hotel. The Hotel has a good and quiet place in the busy Thamel district. The customer service by Kedar, Sujan and the complete Actual Adventure Trekking and Expedition team is excellent. They manage all requirements fast and with high effort. I can recommend this trekking company as you perfect partner for this lovely country.With a local person you get a different and better insight into the different areas of Nepal. Regards  Alexander Richter     Munich, Germany  


yesenia Vega Velasquez

yesenia Vega Velasquez

Peru

26th May, 2022

“Annapurna Circuit trek-20 days” Sujan Neupane was my guide for the Annapurna Circuit trek, which lasted 12 days. He was excellent in every way – I don’t think I would have had such an enjoyable trek without him. He knows the best local places to stay, to eat and to see. He is encouraging and accommodating and just plain fun to travel with. I would recommend Sujan to any one of my friends and would prefer to have him as my guide for my next trek. Thank you Kedar and all team from Actual Adventure for this memorial and enjoyable trip.´ Regards yesenia Vega Velasquez Lima -Peru


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