The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).
The mountain lovers across the world take pride, delight and wonder at the very thought of undertaking the most incredible world famous and popular Annapurna base camp trek. The scintillating beauty, marvels of mountain ranges, fascinating Annapurna, world’s 10th highest peak, moderate to difficult terrain and trekking conditions combined with the near-fatal attractions for the imposing challenges to the Mountaineers bring them flocking to this place. The Annapurna circuit with Tilicho Lake and Annapurna base camp trek whets the appetite of mountain lovers to the maximum with its formidable aura and several treasures along the way. It is considered as the best and finest trekking trail in the world.
One will be mesmerised at the scenic beauty of mountain range views even from Pokhara much before the actual start of a trek from Besisahar. Distinctive views of various peaks of Annapurna massif with Machapuchare peaks teasing all along the way to Sinuwa is a delight to any mountaineer. The trail attracts more than a lakh of enthusiastic mountaineers all over the world which is endowed with so much diversity in scenic beauty, habitats, trekking trail, culture and geography
This 23 days Annapurna Circuit trekking package is a unique experience combining historic to pilgrimage to ecological experience, trail through forests, ethnic and cultural heritage experience, architecture and amazing gorgeous view of Himalayan ranges with all-encompassing Annapurna and other peaks will thrill the trekkers along this most adventurous trail up to Tilicho Lake.
Check the Itinerary for Tilicho Lake Mesokanta Pass Trekking also.
DAY 1: Drive to Besisahar (760m 5 to 6 hours)
Annapurna circuit fascinating trek with Tilicho lake as a destination starts from Besisahar. Trekkers will be guided from Kathmandu to Besisahar by car.
DAY 2: Start trekking from Besisahar to Syange (1100m, 5-6 hours)
Trekkers will enjoy this trail up to Syange after breakfast enjoying the nature and its beauty moving downhill.
DAY 3: Syange to Bagarchhap (2160m 7-8 hours)
This part of the trek with roaring waterfalls and rough trail meandering its way up to Bagarchhap will enthral the trekkers with Tibetan-influenced architecture.
DAY 4: Bagarchhap to Chame (2,630m, 5-6 hours)
After breakfast continues the trek to Chame endowed with unique Buddhist culture & experience the different ethnic cultures all along.
DAY 5: Chame to Pisang (3,300m 5-6 hours)
The trek trail initially crosses through the old habitation of Chame slowly climbing to Telekhu and then a walk through the woods to Brathang. Moving ahead catch a glimpse of the beautiful Paungda Danda.
DAY 6: Pisang to Manang (3,519m, 4-5 hours)
This trek length is covered slowly up to Bryaga village. Moving ahead will find a very arid countryside with cliffs of rock lining along the trail till you reach Manang which presents a panoramic view of Mt. Manaslu.
DAY 7: Manang Acclimatization Day. Optional short hike to Bhojo Gumba or Gagapurna Lake (3,525m 4-5 hours)
It is of utmost importance that you acclimatize at this juncture, take a break for a day in a beautiful warm guesthouse because the trip ahead will take you further up.
DAY 8: Manang to Tilicho base camp (4,140m, 7-8 hours) optional hike to Tilicho Lake (4,949m, 1-2 hours)
After an early breakfast, the trek continues through the village of Kangsar, cuts through a gorge with the famous Tilicho Peak sighted. After trekking a steep incline, we reach the Tilicho Base Camp for an overnight stay.
DAY 9: Tilicho base camp to Yak Kharka (4,040m, 7-8 hours)
A further trail from the Base Camp will pass Marsyangdi valley with marked surrounding changes and trees are replaced by increasing alpine vegetation. Continuing the trail through the old Khangsar village ruins we cross over to Yak Kharka from Gumsang via a log bridge spanning the river and enjoy the awe-inspiring view of the Annapurna III.
DAY 10: Yak Kharka to High Camp (4,850m, 4-5 hours)
We ascend for 2 hours then descend for the river crossing. Further ahead we gain altitude before arriving Thorong Phedi and rest overnight.
DAY 11: High Camp to Muktinath (3,800m) via Thorong La Pass (5,416m, 9-10 hours)
Muktinath is a picturesque renowned holy place for both Hindus and Buddhists. There is a wooden constructed Pagoda styled sacred temple architecture situated at this place which is frequently visited by devotees from both Nepal and India. The onward trek takes us through the unforgettable Thorung La high pass. After this successful achievement prepares yourself for a very tricky descent up to Muktinath.
DAY 12: Muktinath to Marpha (2,680m, 5-6 hours)
Trekking further from Muktinath the trail will cross Kali Gandaki, world’s most deep gorge and then descend for Kagbeni, Jomsom and to Marpha for an overnight stay. The place is famous for Apple Brandy and apple gardens.
DAY 13: Marpha to Kalopani (2,530m, 5 to 6 hours)
The path trails through village Chokhopani crossing small hamlets of Thakali individuals before reaching Kalopani town. Some of the pinnacles that can be viewed are Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiris & the Fang Tukche Peak.
DAY 14: Kalopani to Tatopani (1,200m, 5 to 6 hours)
We cross the Ghasa’s bridge and trail forward to Tatopani the hot springs via Dana and Rupse waterfall. Stay overnight and enjoy hot springs bath.
DAY 15: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2,850m, 6 to 7 hours)
Trekking up the Ghar Khola valley with the Mountain Ranges and the thick rhododendron forest is beautiful. Stay overnight at Ghorepani.
DAY 16: Ghorepani to Poon Hill (3,210m, 1.5 hours going up) to Tadapani (2,670m, 5 to 6 hours)
Trek early morning for Poon-Hill for the sunrise and derive delight from the scenic views of Mustang, Pokhara and other mountain ranges.
DAY 17: Tadapani to Chhomrong (2,170m, 4 to 5 hours)
Our path to Chomrong trails up and down with villages Siprong and Chuile coming en- route.
DAY 18: Chhomrong to Bamboo (2,310m, 4 to 5 hours)
Trail upwards to reach village Sinuwa after Chomrong Khola river crossing. Onward trek is by the side of a narrow gorge surrounded by thick forest till Machapuchare Base Camp. We reach Bamboo village by climbing down the well-known 750 steps.
DAY 19: Bamboo to Deurali (3,230m, 3 to 4 hours)
We will cross a drier forest with a steep climb and bewildering sight of the meandering glacial river flowing below before arriving at Hinku Cave. Further onwards our trail will be nearer to the river prior to ascending to Deurali for stay at a local hotel.
DAY 20: Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m, 5 to 6 hours)
Onward journey along a waterway followed by a steep ascends up the mountain. The trail up to Machhapuchhre is strenuous but experience majestic views of Machhapuchhre, Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South etc and overnight stay at a local lodge.
DAY 21: ABC TO Bamboo (2,310m, 7 to 8 hours)
Amongst an exceptional landscape, we retrace to Bamboo from Annapurna base camp and stay overnight at a local hotel.
DAY 22: Bamboo to Jhinudanda (1,760m, 5 to 6 hours)
Bamboo onwards the trek is uphill up to Kuldighar then a downhill trail to Chhomrong Khola followed by steps climbing to Chhomrong. Finally, we descend to Jhinu Danda for overnight rest.
DAY 23: Jhinudanda to Nayapul (5 to 6 hours) then drive to Pokhara.
Jhinu Danda to Nayapul trails through beautiful western Nepal hill landscape terminating our trek before undertaking cab ride to Pokhara.
What happens if I need any emergency evacuation during the trek?
Every one of our assistants is well-experienced and knows about the conceivable physical issues and emergencies that may emerge during the trek. They are well-prepared with medical aid and are as of now arranged for any kind of crisis.
For any minor cases, there is wellbeing posts composed by nearby and outside specialists.
If there should be an occurrence of a crisis, the aides are able to convey the Emergency treatment and will move you to the closest medical clinics conceivable or alert for prompt Air-Clearing to Kathmandu.
For significant issues like AMS (Intense Mountain Ailment), the aides give Diamox and right away drop the patient to the lower height at the earliest opportunity, and if essential, speedily empty to Kathmandu.
We will cover the underlying costs for the recover activity since these costs should be recovered either from your insurance agency or over money/credit.
What’s the achievement rate for your excursions?
We currently have a 95% achievement rate for Trekking in Annapurna Region.
Where do I buy trekking gears?
It isn’t important to contribute a lot of cash purchasing gear for your Annapurna Base Camp Trek on your country, as most of the trekking gears can be picked up at good costs in Kathmandu as well as some gears can be rented.
Do I need to get assured for this trek?
In the event of an extreme sickness or any losses, while You’re on Annapurna base camp trek (that we think won’t occur), we’ll do everything to move one to the nearest medical clinic to spare your life (that has transpired hardly any occasions), and you’re absolutely responsible for every one of the costs caused in clearing/salvage, accordingly, if it’s not too much trouble be sure these expenses are secured by your protection inclusion before doling out to the trek Or even be prepared to cover your own after come back to Kathmandu. So ensure that you’ve protected yourself with at any rate 50 thousand dollars of inclusion before performing out the trips.
Why it is benefits to Hire Guide for Trekking in Nepal?
Getting an expert authorized guide will include all the more trekking experience. Portions of the ways that having a guide will profit you are:
Plus, having a guide is additionally having a companion as a gatekeeper who is consistently there to care for you. You don’t need to concentrate on settling on tons of choices while on the trek and take advantage of your excursion. In addition, you are utilizing somebody and furthermore adding to a nearby economy.
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