Annapurna Circuit Trek

I am 24 years old; Spanish; Biotechnologist graduate; I speak Catalan, Spanish and English; and sometimes ginger-haired.

I am first visiting India between the 7th and 21th of October. So my plan is, after that, going to Nepal in order to complete the Annapurna Circuit.
I have no really plan right now, which means that I have no fixed starting date neither finishing one.
I would like to start walking during the end of October and then complete the route with no time pressure: “sin pausa pero sin prisa” (without pause but without hurry).

I want to do it independently of guides and porters, but I am interested to do it accompanied by someone (1 or more) looking for a similar experience: “buena, bonita, barata” (good, beauty and cheap).

As I have no plan yet, I would be open to hear and consider from other plans such as other trekking routes and/or visiting Nepal in general.



3 replies
  1. Hi Marti!

    I think we share the desire for a similar experience. I have time from the 24th of October until the 17th of November to trek. My idea is to start on the Annapurna and take time for side excursions and other adventures. If time allows, I will try to fit the Langtang trek into my trip, as well.

    Let me know if you would like to meet in Kathmandu and discuss.

    Disfruta de tu tiempo en India,


    • Hi Alex!
      It would be fine to meet you in Kathmandu! I am planing to start my journey to Nepal tomorrow, so I think the 23rd I could be in Kathmandu (or Pokhara if there is possible to get all the necessary permits, money and needed things to start trekking)
      I try to contact you via private message in order to give you my phone number so we could talk through WhatsApp!

  2. Hello Martí,
    I am glad that I bumped into your post here and find out that we have similar intentions for the trek. I am now in Kathmandu and will go to pokhara in couple of days. I don’t have an exact date to start but prefer to begin latest 1st of November. I also do not want porters and guides. If you are still in Kathmandu would you like to meet?
    All the best, Deniz