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Nepal is one of the world’s favourite trekking destinations. The Annapurna region (named for the Annapurna mountain range), to the north of Pokhara, is the most popular trekking destination in the world. Approximately 60% of trekkers visiting Nepal , choose to trek in the Annapurna region,.

This is a classic trek, into the heart of the mighty Himalayas with unsurpassed views - an unbeatable medium length trek. The Annapurna region is surrounded by a cirque of awe-inspiring peaks, including the awesome south face of the Annapurna , in a natural amphitheatre which is quite simply mind-blowing.
Tour Destination: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 | Day 7 | Day 8

ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP TREK - 7 nights / 8 days Ex Pokhara

Day 01 Drive POKHARA - NAYAPUL/Trek GHANDRUNG Altitude : 6400 ft, 5-6 hours walk

Nepal Trekking ToursYour trekking guide will meet you either at Pokhara airport, or at your hotel in Pokhara, from where you drive for about 01 hour to Nayapul. Here you start trekking along the banks of the Modi River towards Ghandrung. The compact village of Birethanti is reached after walking for about 45 minutes. Cross the suspension bridge at Birethanti and follow the Modi River from the left bank. Lunch will be served enroute. After lunch, the trail ascends upto Ghandrung, where you will stay overnight at the Lodge / Tea House.

Day 02 GHANDRUNG/ CHOMRONG Altitude : 6700 ft, 5-6 hours walk

This morning, you will trek to the ridge top at Kumrung village and then descend gradually to the Kimrung River. Lunch will be served en-route. A slow and gradual ascent for 3-4 hours will take you to Chomrong, which will be your overnight stop for today.  Overnight at the Lodge / Tea House.

Day 03 CHOMRONG / DHOVAN Altitude :8550 ft. 7-8 hours walk.

This morning, you cross the Chomrong stream, and start climbing towards the village of Sinuwa. From Sinuwa, there is a steep climb through rhododendron forests to Khuldighar, where you will break for lunch. After lunch, you ascend to Dhovan for overnight stay at the Lodge / Tea House.

Day 04 DHOVAN/ MACHHAPUCHARE BASE CAMP Altitude 11700 ft 6-7 hours walk

Nepal Trekking ToursToday, the trail first descends until you enter Bamboo forest, where there are a score of tea houses, the trail again ascends  through the bushes.  As the valley narrows and you cross the river an impressive waterfall cascades down the steep slope. Another short steep climb reaches you to Bagar, ascend through the narrow valley up from Hinku, where there are a few seasonal tea houses and continue ascending towards Deurali at 10500 ft. a little further is a view point from where a panoramic view of the mountains of this area can be best observed when we enter the Machhapurchare Annapurana Base Camp.  Overnight stay at the Lodge / Tea House.

Day 05 M.B.C. / A.BASE CAMP/ M.B.C. HIMALAYA Altitude 8500 ft 6-7 hours walk

On hiking the Annapurna circuit trail for 2 hours, you descend a small ridge branching out from the mountain pass to mountainside with widespread terraced fields showcasing tranquil meadows and lush fertile farming land. As you reach Annapurna South Base Camp, witness awesome picturesque landscapes, majestic panoramic view of snow-capped mountainous peaks and varied Himalayan cultural settings tucked beneath the southern slopes of the Annapurna massif. Thereafter, you head back down to Himalaya Hotel, for your overnight stay.

Day 06 HIMALAYA/CHOMRONG Altitude 8500 ft 5-6 hours

We retrace the trail back to Chomrong for overnight stay at the Lodge / Tea House.

Day 07 CHOMRONG/ POTHANA Altitude 6200-ft 7-8 hours walk

Nepal Trekking ToursToday the trail descends steeply down to Modi Khola via Jhinu Danda.  Cross the Modi khola, on a suspension bridge in New bridge and towards Landrung.  The trail goes through scattered trees and bushes and starts to ascend steeply after about an hour.  The steady climb to Deurali will take approx two hours.  Lunch will be served enroute.  From Deurali, one can have a fine view of Annapurna south and Dhaulagiri Mountain, which is the highest in the western Nepal.  The trail from Deurali descends gradually to Potana for overnight stay at the Lodge / Tea House.

Day 08 POTHANA/trek PHEDI/ drive POKHARA 2–3 hours walk

After breakfast, the trail descends about 1 hr. to Dhampus village and again an easy walk along the ridge passing through scattered villages and paddy fields for about one and half hour to reach Phedi .  Your Annapurna Base camp trek ends here, with a drop back to Pokhara.

Climate factors are very important in deciding on a visit to Nepal. October-November, the start of the dry season, is in many ways the best time of the year in Nepal. With the monsoon only recently finished the country-side is green and lush and Nepal is at its most beautiful. Rice is harvested and there are some more important and colorful festivals to enjoy. At this time of the year the air is sparkling clean, visibility is unexcelled and the Himalayan views are as near perfect as you can ask. Further more the weather is still balmy, neither too hot nor too cold. For obvious reasons, this is also the peak tourist season.

In December-January the temperatrues and visibility are still good, though it can get very cold. Trekkers need to be well prepared, as snow can be encountered on high-altitude treks. Heading for the Everest Base Camp at this time of the year can be a real feat of endurance and the Annapurna Circuit trek is often closed by snow on the Thorang La pass. Down in Kathmandu the cheaper hotels, where heating is non-existent, are often chilly and gloomy in the evenings. There's sometimes a brief winter monsoon, lasting just a day or two in January.

February-March-April, the tail end of the dry season, is good second-best time. The weather gets warmer so high-altitude treks are no longer as arduous, although by the end of the dry season, before the monsoon breaks, it starts to get too hot for comfort. Visibility is not good as earlier in the dry season since the country is now very dry, and dust in the air reduces that crystal Himalayan clarity. In compensation, Nepal's wonderful rhododendrons and many other flowers are in bloom so there's plenty of color to be seen along the trekking trails.

May and the early part of June are not the best months as it is extremely hot and dusty and the coming monsoon hangs over you like a threat. Mid-June to September, when the monsoon finally arrives, is the least popular time to visit Nepal. The rains wash the dust out the air, but the clouds obscure the mountains so you're unlikely to enjoy more than a rare glimpse of Himalaya. Although it doesn't rain all day it usually does rain everyday and the trails will be muddy and plagued by leeches. Despite this, it is possible to trek during the monsoon, although high rivers may further complicate matters and it's certainly not as pleasant as other times of the year. Landslides sometimes block roads during the monsoon but many visitors still come to Nepal form India as the weather is even less pleasant down on the plains. The latter part of the monsoon, the months of August-September, are a time of festivals which will certainly enliven a visit to Kathmandu.


Nepal has every type of accommodation facilities that a tourist might ask for.  This ranges from the international standard star hotels to budget hotels and lodges.  Similarly one can also have a choice of sightseeing from a range of different tour packages.  In order to have an assured quality service it is advisable to use the facilities and services of government-registered hotels, lodges, travel agencies the licensed tour guides only and engage an authorized travel/trekking agency.


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