annapurna circuit vs annapurna base camp trek This topic has 20 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 4 months, 3 weeks ago by anilhakku. Ariana Jul 23 Hey guys, I’m currently trying to figure out which trek I should do at the end of October in Nepal. For those of you who have already been there, which of these two (ABC-ACT) has more to offer in terms of panoramas? Which one is a must pretending I’ll never step a foot in Nepal again in my life?? Replies rijalrameshwor Sep 07 Namaste! Happy to know you are coming Nepal in October and planing to do Annapurna circuit and Annapurna base camp trek, my suggestion to you do only Annapurna circuit you can cover panoramic view in this trail. it takes Maximum 14-16 day starting from Beshishar and ending Nayapul (Pokhara) Minimum 10-11 days starting from Dharapani (Until Dharapani Use transportation) and ending Jomsom, drive back to Pokhara If you want more information then please email me. i am available to give you reply. i am trekking guide and i have been many times Annapurna circuit trek Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org guidenara Feb 29 Hello Dipendra Dhakal Mar 10 hi for nepal trip in Annapurna base camp it is possible plz write me mail email@example.com Dipendra Dhakal Mar 10 Hi Arina / there is no ACT(base camp ) in Annapurna reason there is MBC& ABC so please let me know how many days you want to do this trek for there more information plz write me mail dipendradhakal471gmailor firstname.lastname@example.org +9779851093471 24 hours contact details via dirct phone or whatsaap anilhakku May 07 Namaste, Both ABC – ACT are best on their own. ABC lies in the middle of mountain Annapurna south, Annapurna 1, gongapurna , machapuchre (fishtail). And ACT is in the place across the mountain but also there are mountains around, more lifestyle, culture is experienced in the ACT. ACT takes time whereas ABC takes 7 days. I am a local of Pokhara a gateway to Annapurna. If you need any help then you can contact in my email email@example.com You must be logged in to reply to this topic.