Full Annapurna Trekking( only 1399$)

Full Annapurna Trekking

Detail Itinerary

29 October Day 01: Kathmandu arrival (1350m)Namaste and welcome to Nepal. Nepal Hiking Trek welcomes you to this Himalayan country. Then we transport you to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.BB plan

30 October Day 02: Drive to Besisahar(730 meters) It is about 5 hours to drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar. It is a scenic drive enjoying the views of different market places, River valleys, and terraced landscape. First, enjoy the scenery of the Trishuli River Valleys and then the Marshyangdi River Valley during the drive. Overnight at Hotel.BLD

31 October Day 03: Drive by jeep Besisahar to Chame (2670m) We take a drive from Besisahar to Chame through the trail into the cliff. The extension of the road has made it all possible to drive otherwise we need
to trek from Besisahar. The sceneries of the rhododendron forests, monasteries and Himalayas make our trip superb. Then we reach to the district headquarter of Manang- Chame. Overnight at lodge.BLD

Nov 01 Day 04: Trek Chame to Pisang (3300m) The trail is fine but the hanging rocks above our head always challenge us. It is also wonderful to see. Sometimes, we go through the dense woods and pass some ethnic Gurung settlements. Then we reach the Pisang village, crossing the bridge over the Marshyangdi River. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 02 Day 05: Trek Pisang to Manang (3540m) Again, we walk through the pleasant trail with the scenery of Humde airport and the outstanding views of Annapurna III and IV. First, we reach to the Braga Manang, where we can see the beautiful monasteries and Chhortens. Then we walk gradually to the Manang village, a wonderful village of the Tibetan Buddhists. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 03 Day 06: Rest day at Manang. (3540m) It’s one of the significant days on our Round Annapurna trek. We set on to explore the monasteries, Chhortens, caves, and museum. The village preserves the traditional way of living with its vibrant culture. They follow Tibetan Buddhism. Another attraction is the Gangapurna Lake, Himalayan views and the landscape. Then we come back. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 04 Day 07: Manang to Yak Kharka (4018m) We walk through the ancient trail of Manang. We can explore the antique Tibetan Buddhist heritages and pass Gunsang. Walking gently, we reach to the wonderful cattle grazing meadows and take a rest. The eye-catching views are amazing. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 05 Day 08: Yak Kharka to Phedi (4450m) Passing the green meadow region, we gradually ascend to the grassless region. The Marshyangdi River originates somewhere in this place. Reaching the Thorung Phedi, we take a rest. If you like to trek up to the high camp, we can walk there or stay at Phedi. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 06 Day 09: Phedi to Muktinath (3800m) via Thorong La (5416m) What a day. We get up early in the morning and begin the trek through the steep trail. The gradual climb leads us to the top of the Thorong Pass. It is the highest Himalayan pass and we have an opportunity to be enclosed with the airborne peaks like Mt. Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and other stunning peaks of the Annapurna region. With this spectacular success, we trek down to the Muktinath temple, which is one of the vibrant pilgrimage
destinations in Nepal. overnight at lodge.

Nov 07 Day 10: Muktinath to Jomsom Getting up in the morning, we go to the Muktinath temple to pay our spiritual worship. Then we descend to the Jhong River valley and walk continual passing the ancient town of Kagbeni. The landscape is awesome, which is similar to the Tibetan landscape. Kagbeni is the face of Upper Mustang that has got 15th-century monastery. Then we walk to Jomsom through the windy valley. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 08 Day 11: Jomsom to Hot spring ( Tatopani) This place have natural hot spring we will take bath take shower look around can see local community staying tea house. Is an amazing place when a tourist arrives there they won’t stay for 2 days.

Nov 09 Day12: Trek to Ghorepani(2800 meter) After breakfast, we climb long and really nice uphill we reach one the way we fell Nepali culture things.houses flowers around 8-hour hiking we reach

Nov 10 13: Hike up to Poon Hill (3210m), trek further to Tadapani (2610m). Get up early in the morning; we start a hike to Poon Hill through the stone steps. The way is all the way similar. We enjoy the morning sunrise view over the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Fishtail, Himchuli and the surrounding massif peaks. Then we hike down to Ghorepani, have breakfast and begin the trek up and up through the forest and meadows. The trail is up and down. Reaching Deurali, we trek down to Banthanti, have lunch and walk gradually to Tadapani with a short climb up. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 11 Day 14: Trek to Sinuwa (2140m). With a wonderful breakfast, we start the trek towards downhill through the rhododendron forest. Reaching the stream, we cross it from the bridge and walk gradually across the stream/River. Passing the Gurjung village, we reach to Chhomrong. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 12 Day 15: Trek to Deurali (3230m). Gaining the high altitude, we again walk through the rhododendron forest and bamboo forest. On the way, we can make a side trip to the Hinku cave and reach Deurali for the rest. We do not rush as we walk on the high altitude. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 13 Day 16: Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4130m). We begin the trek right after breakfast. The altitude goes over 4000 meters. The trail goes via Machhrepuchhre base camp. The attractions of the snowy peaks of Annapurna South, Himchuli and others allure us to explore such beautiful
sceneries. Reaching the base camp, we enjoy the sunset view. The landscape is in the shape of a bowl. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 14 Day 17: Trek down to Bamboo. We get up in the early morning to get a wonderful sunrise view over the snowy peaks. It looks amazing and the peaks become golden. Walking around, we can explore the views of Annapurna South, Himchuli and Fishtail. After breakfast, we embark to Bamboo from the trail we ascended to ABC and reach Bamboo for rest. Overnight at Lodge.

Nov 15 Day 18: Trek to Jhinu Danda (1760m). We continue on descending Jhinu Danda. It is the place where we can enjoy the natural hot spring bath that is regarded as a natural cure for various skin diseases. Then we trek down for about 20 minutes and rest. Overnight at lodge.

Nov 16 Day 19: Trek to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara. After the breakfast, we begin to trek down making the Modi Khola River on your left. Descending is quite easy today and we get the fascinations of waterfalls and hilly gorges. Reaching Nayapul, we have lunch and drive to Pokhara. After a refreshingshower at the hotel, we walk around this touristic city. Overnight at the hotel.BB Plan

Nov 17 Day 20: Drive back to Kathmandu. From Pokhara, we take a private car drive for about 6 hrs through the Prithvi highway. An option of taking a flight is still there. Arriving at Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel and take a rest. Walk around the local market place in the evening. Overnight at Hotel.

Nov 18 Day 21: Farewell dinner shopping back Home preparation day.

Nov 19: Day 21: fly back home

Cost Include

•Airport pick-up and drop-off by private car/van/bus.
•3 nights accommodation in a 3-star (***) hotel in Kathmandu with a BB plan.
•1-night accommodation in a 3-star (***) hotel in Pokhara with a BB plan.
•Teahouse accommodations on the trek.
•All Land transportation by private vehicle.
•Full board meals during the trek (3 times/day tea or coffee, breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
•Seasonal fruits during the trek.
•Expert, experienced, friendly guide Mr. Hari and porter as well as their
food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and insurance.
•All permits and Tims (please bring a passport copy and photos).
•Government tax, farewell dinner.

Cost Exclude

•International flight tickets.
•Travel insurance.
•Nepal entry visa.
•Cold drinks, snacks, and personal equipment.
•Tips for guide, porters and drivers.

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