Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Nepal

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Without mentioning an uphill and downhill, there would be no fragrance of Annapurna Base Camp Trek, and before you were born, this trek was in the same level as Everest Base Camp Trek. Even today, it holds the same level, and this becomes very clear when you cannot do Everest Base camp Trek for any other reason. Ranges matter in the books of geography, and it even matters as general knowledge, so there is no question whether you would like to see the Annapurna Ranges from a close distance or not. As you spend a night on the base of Annapurna, what could be a better moment than this in the Himalayan Region? It is not the Himalayas are near, but you are within the Himalayas. As your eyes watch the Annapurna Ranges, they cannot distance themselves away from these mountains like Machhapuchhre, Hiunchuli, and Dhaulagiri. Because they think you deserve them because they think you have come from a far-off place only to see them. T he trekking trail of Annapurna Camp Trek goes uphill and downhill, but they will not be able to stop your trekking spirit because they have what others don’t have like beautiful mountains, terraced fields, sanctuary, and gorge, including nice hotels and restaurants, to whom, these are more important than just trekking, or you can say they are as important as trekking, especially when their sweating bodies need good relaxation. Hi, this is me, John, based in Kathmandu, Nepal. I am a professional trekking and tour guide certified by Nepal Government. As a TripLeader, I am responsible for organizing and leading trekking and tour expeditions throughout Nepal. I work closely with my team to ensure that each trip is well-planned, safe, and tailored to meet the needs and preferences of my TripMates. I also ensure that all necessary permits, paperwork, and logistics are taken care of, so that TripMates can focus on enjoying their journey. What is included • Twin sharing basis tourist standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara • Twin sharing basis lodge/mountain teahouse accommodation during the trek • Breakfast included • Pickup from the airport and a hotel as well as drop off in a private vehicle • Guided sightseeing in a private vehicle with entrance fees • Tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara and back to Kathmandu • Private vehicle from Pokhara to Nayapul and back to Pokhara from Samrung • Nepal Government-certified an English-speaking local trekking guide and porter • Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit and Trekkers’ Information Management Systems- TIMS card for trekking • Official paper documents Government taxes and local fees • A comprehensive medical kit • TMG’s trekking accomplishment certificate Cost Excludes • International flight tickets • Travel & rescue Insurance • Nepal entry visa • Porter service available in additional cost • Personal trekking equipment and expenses like water, laundry, phone, and bar bills • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from your trip (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary. Expenses due to unavoidable events, like flight cancellation, strikes, and others • Tips to your guide, porter, and driver • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the “cost include” section
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Day 1-2
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400 m) Arrive in Kathmandu at your favorite airlines; we will be waiting for you outside the airport because you are our clients, and you have great faith in us when you are in Nepal. At the same time, we want to create an impression in you because we believe the first impression is the lasting impression that traces on the back of your mind forever. If you arrive in Kathmandu in our office time, then we would, of course, take you to our office; otherwise, we would take you to the hotel where there are attached bathrooms, TV, and phone to meet your expectations. Give us a call on our mobile no if you have any problems in such a place. Order tea or coffee and breakfast, all of them are free; just give a call from your hotel room.


Day 2-3
Day 2: Kathmandu: sightseeing and trek preparation We will come to the hotel to pick you up by private transportation and take you to the following historical places that come under the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Boudhanath Stupa When it comes to visiting one of the oldest Buddhist Stupas in the world, then there is nothing better than Boudhanath Stupa because the oldest thing always has something too valuable to be mentioned just by doing sightseeing. Pashupatinath This is the oldest temple and the most important temple of Lord Shiva, according to the Hindus. You can look at this temple as the head of Lord Shiva. When the head is in Nepal, all the Hindus of the world come to Nepal to visit this temple. Kathmandu Durbar Square This is the oldest famous palace in Nepal. The Shah and the Malla kings ruled Nepal from here, and the courtyard is big.


Day 3-4
Day 3: Kathmandu to Pokhara by tourist bus Duration: 6 hours When it comes to private transportation, we don’t think it is good to reserve a car because you are single, and even if there is a large group of 10 people, the bus is a better choice. The bus you are going to use is a tourist bus, on the way; you will see the villages and small towns that tell you what the rural life of Nepal is all about. It is a better way to know this, just by sitting on the seat of a bus, and what you will know in addition is you will see some of the greatest rivers of Nepal like the Trishuli and Marshyangdi, which are very much famous for rafting in Nepal. Observing all this, you will reach Pokhara, the city of lakes, and you will be spending your night by one of the lakes.


Day 4-5
Day 4: Trek to Ulleri (2,050m/6725 ft) Duration: 6 hours You can drive to Ulleri, but let’s not do that because you have come to Nepal for trekking. The more you trek, the more you enjoy the natural scene in the Annapurna Region, right from the start, walking on stone steps. The sound of the Modi Khola, a river, accompanies you, with this; you come across rhododendron plants that have bloomed with red flowers. Since this is the first day of your trek, you will notice the difference between this part of the world and the part of the world, where you have been living since your childhood.

Ghode Pani

Day 5-6
Day 5: Ulleri to Ghorepani (2,750 m/ 9,020 ft) Duration: 5 hours trek You are going to ascend more and more, and we are saying this on the basis of an altitude that lies ahead of you. Following this trekking trail, you will reach today’s prominent village called Banthali, one of the villages of the Magar people, and also one of the villages that offers you the mind-blowing scenery of Annapurna South (7,219m/ 23,684ft), and Himchuli(6,441 m/21,132ft). If you compare Banthali with Ghorepani, then you will find the latter much rewarding in terms of the beautiful view of the mountains as Annapurna South, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna I, and so on.


Day 6-7
Day 6: Early morning hike to Poon Hill for sunrise (3,210m/10,529ft) then Ghorepani to Tadapani (2,700m/8,860ft) Duration: 6 hours Today is your day because you are going to meet your expectations, the expectation to see the mountains on the way you have desired and wanted to see right from your homeland. You can say in your mind that Nepal is renowned for this in the world, and this is the mountain that has impressed your body and soul. Mountains appear in front of your eyes generously, and you are in awe, and you keep on looking at them from west to east or from east to west, and you will be in a mood to take their photos, not once but twice.


Day 7-8
Day 7: Tadapani to Chhomrong (2,170m/7,120ft) Duration: 6 hours trek Look at the height; you will be descending; since you are in the Annapurna Region, you know the region is home to the Gurung and Magar people, and Chomrong is one of the villages of Gurung people. You can think in advance you are going to cross a suspension bridge because you already know such a type of bridge is common during trekking. Another common thing at such an altitude is a rhododendron forest. Chomrong is a village, but you can also say it is also a viewpoint, and you get this sense when you see a mind-blowing view of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machapuchare.

The Himalayan Hotel

Day 8-9
Day 8: Continue walking from Chhomrong to Himalayan Hotel (2,920m) Duration: 7 hours A suspension bridge awaits you in the middle of the trekking trail, and it is over the Chomrong Khola, a river; Khola means a river in Nepali. The trekking trail goes uphill and downhill, and this kind of trail gives you relaxation. There are villages, and their names should be mentioned because some trekking agencies have put their names in the trekking itineraries and have created trips under different names. Bamboo, a village, is one of them. Dobhan is another village. Before reaching the Himalaya Hotel, there is an uphill trekking trail, and there is also a beautiful waterfall.

Annapurna Sanctuary

Day 9-10
Day 9: Himalayan to Annapurna Base Camp (4,230m) Duration: 6 hours Until you reach your desired destination, that is, Annapurna Base Camp, an uphill trekking trail awaits you like the morning sun that wants you to open your eyes in the bed. Rhododendron plants are common in the Himalayan Region, and you are likely to see them more than often; at the same time, there is a dense bamboo forest, and the trekking trail that you have been following from Dhoban goes along the river, Modi Khola. This is a glacial river, and it shines in the sunlight, and it looks stunning. The uphill trekking trail you have been following seems to be stretching more and more, you get this feeling when you look up the hill like every trekker does. The walking takes you to the Hinko cave and then to Deurali. will walk through the Modi riverside and gradually head to Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Will spend some time taking the photos and then ascend to our final destination- Annapurna Base Camp.


Day 10-11
Day 10: Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo (2,300m) Duration: 7 hours As you know from the base camp, it is all the way downhill to Bamboo, the name of the village, and it is surrounded by the mountains, and what could be a better treat than this to you, after saying a final goodbye to Annapurna Base Camp? Once again, you will be near the Modi Khola, a river, and many trekking agencies mention it in their itineraries because this river seems to have some sort of unknown significance until you know its unparallel beauty. Keep on following a downhill trekking trail until it takes you to Bamboo and stops in one of the lodges or restaurants where you feel relaxed.

Jhinu Danda

Day 11-12
Day 11: Bamboo to Jhinu Danda (1,760m/5,770 ft): Duration: 6 hours Again, it is downhill, and this downhill takes you to the prominent villages as Chomrong and Khudighar. The rhododendron plant awaits you because it is a part of the Mountainous Region, and it is a seasonal plant, and it blooms pink at the right time. As you are on a trekking trail, you will know the life of the rural people of the Hilly People in Nepal. Since your body is tired, you can walk more downhill from Khinu Danda to dip into a hot spring to erase the tiredness from your body.


Day 12-13
Day 12: Descend to Samrung and then drive to Pokhara Duration: 3 hours drive It is also a time for you to enjoy prosperity because a fertile land is everything in Nepal; it means a good abundance of crops.


Day 13-14
Day 13: Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus Duration: 6 hours As you drive to Kathmandu on a bus, you will know the insights of Nepal, especially its rural life. There are small towns on the way, and you will also pass through small villages. The road or the highway goes by the river, Trishuli, one of the best rivers in Nepal for rafting. There are also many resorts on the way, and this river is the best for beach tourism. If you like, then you can enjoy rafting there, and the best thing is it always comes within your budget. The highway had been carved from the hills and the valleys, and there are green plants everywhere, a sign of fertility and prosperity. You will also see the terraced fields of rice.

Tribhuvan International Airport

Day 14-15
Day 14: Final departure We love to do things at the right time, whether it is taking you to the airport or picking you from the airport. Because time is a valuable thing. We respect your time very much.
Trip Summary
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15 days trip
Kathmandu, Kathmandu & 12 more
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