Annapurna Circuit Trek

Hello guys!!
I’m Luisa and I am an Italian Vet. I’ve booked my flight to Kathmandu on the 17th of NOVEMBER and I would like to do the Annapurna Circuit Trekking. My flight to come home is on the 12th of December. For this reason I’m flexible about dates and days of trekking. For now, I would like to stay few days in Kathamndu at the beginning so we can organize everything.

I’ll leave alone and I would like to find someone else happy to enjoy this trip together.
I would prefer to not book a complete trekking programme already organized but finding others travellers with similar interests. I’m open about joining small groups\booking a guide or a porter.

I’m a mountain lover, I enjoy outdoor and indoor sports as aerial circus and climbing.
I’m dynamic, able to adapt in difficult situations and thirsty to know new people and living new adventures.
I’m happy to discuss with you everything you want to know. So, do not hesitate to contact me for more information.
A big hug.



10 replies
  1. Hi Luisa,
    I am planning for ACB or ACT for 10-12 days, just been thinking and looking for company to trek along, i like to trek with a porter/guide and not a guided trip, it is more fun that way.

    Let me know and we can talk more.


  2. Hi Luisa,

    I have a trip arranged with an independant guide + porter. (see details in this site) Not sure if the dates work for you but I am sure you could always join us at various points if suitable?

    I am happy to share more details with you if you are interested?


  3. Hi Luisa

    We are a group that will be doing APC and EBC in November and recording a documentary. Would that be something for you?

    More info: +44 7490 852 007

  4. im also trying to do something like this! heres my itinerary

    Tal(3)⟶Nache⟶Tilche(4)⟶Tachai(5)⟶ Shongle(6)⟶Kuchumro Phedi(7) ⟶ Kuchumro Pass⟶ Yarcha Pass⟶ Namakyu(8) ⟶ Meta Pass⟶Meta(9)⟶ Kyang⟶Phu(10) ⟶Phu Pass⟶Loang(11)⟶Naar Pass⟶
    Chekchu(12)⟶Naar(13)⟶Kangla Phedi(14) ⟶Kangla Pass⟶Nagwal(15-16)⟶Bagra⟶ Manang(17)⟶Ice Lake & Gangapurna Lake⟶ Manang(18)⟶ Khangsar(19)⟶ Tilicho Base Camp(20)⟶Talicho Lake & back to Tilicho Base Camp(21)⟶Yak Kharka(22)⟶ Ledar⟶ Thorung Phedi⟶Thorung High Camp(23)⟶ Thorongla⟶ Ranipauwa(24)⟶ Kagbeni⟶Jomsom(25)⟶Tatopani ⟶Ghodepani(26)⟶Poon Hill⟶Nayapool⟶Pokhara(27) ⟶kathmandu(28)

    if u cool lets discuss!

  5. Hello Luisa! I am an austrian teacher, at the moment im volunteering in a buddhist school 15 km from kathmandu! I also wanted to do another hike from middle of november on, thought about the Manang valley trek, but also open for something else, let me know if you have plans now or if your interested, would be nice to meet you 🙂

  6. Hello Luisa,
    I’m Roberto from Italy.
    I will be in Kathmandu from nov. 15th till nov 18th…
    I’m planning an indipendent trek at Annapurna Base Camp, about 8/9 days, starting from Pokhara nov. 19th… but I can change my plan…
    I’ll leave alone too, and my flight to back home is december 1st…
    So, let me know…if you want we can keep in touch…
    Buon Nepal!!!

    • Ciao Roberto do you speak Italian? Write me on wathsup that it will be easier. I’ve created a group with all the guys that wrote me to have more information about ANC: +3934083248!5

  7. Hi Luisa,
    I am Chris, a mathematician from England. I am in Nepal already, and will head to Pokhara around 15th/16th (this coming weekend). I would like to do an independent self-guided Annapurna Circuit. I don’t want to rush it, and would be looking at a relatively relaxed pace. I have a map, guidebook and hiking GPS and intend to stay in tea houses. I would be happy to meet like-minded people to trek together.
    I am in Nepal until 6th January and am hoping to do a number of treks.
    best wishes,

    • Dear Chris, write me on wathsup if it’s fine for you: +393408324815 and I will give you all the details. I am In contact with some guys and we are going to meet each other in Kathamndu and seeing if our plans can match !!

  8. You can pick up your TIMs & ACAP permit at the NTB in the city, an easy walk from Thamel, or I think also in Besisaher (I got mine in Besi in 2016). There are 2 offices in Besi, one on each side of the main street, quite close together. Greenline in Thamel are handy for a tourist coach to Dumre (you pay for Pokhara but you must get off at Dumre to change buses for Besi) but there are cheaper options. Like minded people do tend to gather together on the trail. If you don’t have time for Tillicho maybe still go up beyond Khangsar a little way, to check out the view up the valley towards Annapurna and back at Manang, before cutting off right to drop down to Yak Kharka.