Annapurna Circuit Trek

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US $1600


16 Days

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Best Season


Max. Altitude

5,416 M

The most famous, varied, and beautiful trek in Nepal is the Annapurna Circuit Trek. This journey across the Annapurna massif takes you over the Thorong la Pass. On this journey, we stay at a local tea house. The trail investigates the intriguing ethnic communities and their customs. We get to see some of the most breathtaking 8000-meter peaks in breathtaking perspectives. It features the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges, which are both breathtaking. We investigate the diversity of the environment, which ranges from verdant, tropical rice farms to mossy rhododendron forests. Along the way, one can see Tibetan fortifications perched atop rugged cliffs. The enigmatic Bon-Po religion continues to coexist and mix with other faiths. Explore the myriad cultural facets of Buddhism and Hinduism.
Quick Trekking on the Annapurna Circuit.
Thorong La Pass is tough yet gratifying, leaving one with a strong sense of accomplishment. There is nothing quite like the view from the past. Mustang Valley’s “Once the Forbidden Kingdom,” was eroded by wind to the northwest. The breathtaking Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Mountain ranges
southwestward. At 5416 meters, the Thorong La Pass was once a commercial route. Donkeys and yaks are used to transport agricultural goods between valleys. The Mustang people consider themselves to be more Tibetan in origin. There are rumors that the Mustang area was formerly a part of Tibet. While en route to the Annapurna circuit hike, we explore the lake city of Pokhara.
Embark on the Annapurna Circuit Trek in 2024’s spring or fall.

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Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek

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Outlined Itinerary

Upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, a representative from Trekking Guide Team Adventure will be waiting for you with a placard to assist you with your transfer to the hotel. Once you reach the hotel, you can relax and unwind. You will spend the night in Kathmandu.

On this day, you will go on a sightseeing tour to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. You will visit the famous Pashupatinath Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and located on the bank of the Bagmati River.
You will also visit Swayambhunath, also known as the Monkey Temple, which is located on a hill and has Buddha’s eyes painted on all four sides of the stupa. You will also explore Boudhanath, one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world, and Patan Durbar Square, which is renowned for its beautiful architecture and rich cultural heritage. You will spend the night in Kathmandu.
Overnight stay at a tea house. (B/L/D)
This is the day when the actual trekking begins. After having breakfast at 7 am, we will drive to Bhulbhule from Kathmandu in a private land cruiser, along the Trishuli River and Marsyangdi River. The journey takes around 7 hours.
Before reaching Bhulbhule, we will walk on a suspension bridge and pass through magnificent terrace farms to reach the Nga di community. At Bhulb hule, you will be able to enjoy stunning views of the Lamjung Himal, Manaslu, Peak 29 (NadiChuli), and other beautiful sights. You will spend the night at a tea house.  
e will hike to Jagat village from Bhulbhule which takes up to 5 hours. On the way, we will notice the V-shape image of Marsyangdi Valley. After that, we will walk on the crisscross path passing Syange, and go down to the river bank. Also, we will walk down to the rocky Jagat village.
Jagat is a tiny village where Tamang, as well as Gurung inhabitants, live in. Overnight at tea house.
Overnight at tea house. (B/L/D)
Moving ahead from Jagat, we will walk further on to Danakyu lying at an altitude of 2300m. Also, we will pass by the set called Bagarchhap taking approximately an hour after passing the the fir and pine wooded area. Also, here you can make a trip to a white-colored Gompa (monastery).
At Danakyu, we will get to see the eye-catching views of Mt. Manaslu and Peak 29. Overnight at tea house.
Overnight at tea house. (B/L/D)
On this day, we will walk for around 5 hours to reach Chame. On the way, we will see the well-known Dudh Khola flowing from the south face of Mt. Manaslu. Plus, we will notice the Marsyangdi swerving to the left side where the dramatic peak sight of Annapurna II also enthralls you.
Then after, passing Fir woods, we will enter the district headquarters of Manang district- Chame lying on the shore of the river. Overnight at teahouse.
We will hike for 5 hours to reach the upper Pisang, situated at an altitude of 3300m. We will spend the night at a tea house and have breakfast, lunch, and dinner there. The journey will begin early in the morning, and we will be able to witness the stunning view of Lamjung Himal (6893m) along with the first rays of the sun. As we approach Brathang Village, a spectacular waterfall will come into view.
Pisang is located in the heart of the Pisang peak. The view of the north-eastern peak of Pisang, as well as Annapurna II, will be magnificent. Before we reach Pisang, we will see a long Mani wall next to the bridge. We will spend the night at the tea house.
We will be able to see fantastic views of Annapurna II and III on the way. After that, we will stroll to Manang Village, which will take approximately 6 hours.
The trail on this day will be breathtaking, full of grasslands, and will provide amazing vistas of the Annapurna Himalayan range. We will also climb up to Nawal to capture the best view of Annapurna. We will spend the night at a tea house.

On this day to acclimatize ourselves to the high altitude and avoid altitude sickness. We can explore Manang if we want to. The major attractions of the place are witnessing Gangapurna Lake and visiting the mountaineering school that provides basic mountaineering training. We will spend the night at a tea house.

This will take about 4 hours, during which you’ll be able to enjoy the breathtaking views of Annapurna. We’ll also be able to see Himchuli and Peak 29.
The path will take us through the Gunsang settlement, where we’ll cross the Gundon River via a wooden bridge before we reach Ledar. We’ll spend the night at a tea house.

This will take about 3 hours, during which we’ll gradually make our way up to an edge before descending to the Marsyangdi River. We’ll then cross a wooden bridge and follow a narrow track that leads to Thorung La Phedi. We’ll spend the night at a tea house.

we’ll be hiking up to Thorong-La Pass, which is located at 5416m altitude. We’ll begin by walking down to the Marsyangdi River, crossing it via a wooden bridge, and then walking along the right coast of the river. Then, we’ll follow a narrow track that traverses a steep hill and leads to the pass. From there, we’ll descend to Muktinath, which is considered a holy place for both Buddhists and Hindus. We’ll spend the night at a tea house and have the opportunity to see the water flowing from 108 fixed stone taps and a temple devoted to Lord Vishnu.

We will take a local bus from Muktinath to Tatopani, which should take around 5 to 6 hours. Overnight, we will stay at a tea house. We will start early in the morning, around 7 am, after having breakfast. During the journey, we will pass through the Kali Gandaki valley, enjoying the beautiful views of Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri. Along the way, we will also see settlements like Khingar and Jharkot, which are known for their typical Tibetan architecture. We will walk through apple orchards before reaching Marpha and then finally to Jomsom, a large settlement on both sides of the Kali Gandaki River.

Drive a local bus from Tatopani to Pokhara, which will take around 5 to 6 hours. The journey will be through off-road terrain, and we will reach Pokhara by 3 to 4 PM. Overnight, we will stay in a hotel.

On the day 15, we’ll drive a tourist bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu which will take approximately 8 hours. This marks the end of our Annapurna circuit trek. You could spend the day shopping or relaxing in the hotel. Overnight, we will stay in Kathmandu.

Final day we will have breakfast in the morning. After that, it will be time for us to say goodbye to Nepal and head to the airport. You will leave with unforgettable memories of the 16-day trek. 

The trip cost includes 

  1. Airport transfers for both domestic and international flights
  2. Standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast on a twin-sharing basis
  3. Full board meals while on the three passes trekking
  4. A porter for each trekker
  5. Accommodation at a teahouse or lodge on twin shares a private room.
  6. Welcome dinner with a cultural program as listed in the itinerary.
  7. Half-day guided city tour with world heritage entrance permit
  8. All domestic flights and airport taxes listed in the itinerary.
  9. Free use of quality trekking gear, including a sleeping bag, fleece liner, down jacket, and rain poncho as required.
  10. Professional trek guide trained in Wilderness First Aid and trek crew with salary, wages, transportation, proper insurance, and required trek gear.
  11. Supplementary OXYGEN cylinder and comprehensive First Aid Kit as a safety backup
  12. Complementary trek Duffle bag, T-shirts, and trek map
  13. TIMS or VDC trekking permit, Annapurna circuit Trek entry fees, VAT, all government taxes, etc.

The trip cost excludes

  1.  Nepal entry visa fees
  2.  Travel insurance of any kind
  3. International airfare
  4. All beverage drinks
  5. Main meals (lunch and dinner) in cities
  6. Tips and items of personal expenses such as hot showers, battery charges, telephone, and beverage drinks