14 days

Head towards Annapurna Base Camp from Pokhara passing through several hilltop villages along the way. The beauty of the location and the thrill of travelling through forests and above gorges make this a perfect adventure.

Annapurna Base Camp is considered the home of the gods by the locals and upon reaching there it does feel that the place has something divine. You will trek on the foot of the majestic Annapurna massif, walking past mountains over 21,000 feet in altitude. We will take you through such a route that you will visit all the beautiful villages on the way there and back.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONFlights available on request – please contact us for a quote including flights
INCLUDEDMeal Plan as stated; [B: Bed & Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner]
Receive you from and drop you to the airport or hotel in our company vehicle.
Stay at a three-star hotel in Kathmandu on a twin-sharing basis.
Sightseeing around Kathmandu in a private vehicle with our guide. All entrance fees will be paid.
Stay at guesthouses during the trek on a twin-sharing basis.
Local government-licensed guides.
Porters (one each for a pair of travellers) and local support staff to help you trek.
Fees for entering Annapurna Conservation Area and Trekkers’ Information Management System card
We will lend you a down jacket and a sleeping bag for throughout the trek.
Fully paid round-trip bus tickets for Kathmandu-Pokhara ride and back. Other rides in private vehicles included in the itinerary.
A souvenir from us.
A traditional Nepali feast with cultural shows as a farewell dinner.
All tourist fees, government charges and other official expenses throughout the trip.
NOT INCLUDEDLunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
Additional stay before, during or after the set itinerary.
Charges at airports or other areas for excess luggage.
Alcohol, hot or cold drinks, bottled water, and other snacks.
Phone calls, internet, laundry, additional porters, and other personal expenses.
Travel insurance. (It is compulsory and covers emergency rescue and evacuation.)
International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
Visa fees for entering Nepal.
Trekking equipment.
Other expenses not mentioned in “Included in cost” list.


Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu (-/-/-)

Our guide will meet you at Kathmandu airport and take you to your hotel. You will then have some free time to relax.


Day 2: Sightseeing Around Kathmandu Valley. Pre-Trip Meeting (B/-/-)

We will take you around Kathmandu to different heritage sites and happening places to make you see why this ancient city is so popular among tourists. Kathmandu is rich in culture and the ancient parts of the city have not changed for hundreds of years. A pre-trip meeting will be held in the evening to run you through the itinerary.


Day 3: Drive To Pokhara (B/-/-)

A tourist bus will take you to Pokhara, the famous tourist town on the bank of the Phewa Lake. We reach Pokhara in seven hours and have to pass green hills after hills to get there. Everyone going to or returning from Annapurna stays at Pokhara, so you will meet plenty of travellers like yourself here. The lakeside area offers an amazing nightlife to relax you ahead of your trekking trip.

Distances and journey time:
Transfer from Kathmandu  to Pokhara (204 km) : 7 hours


Day 4: Drive To Nayapool (1,059 m ) Trek To Tikhedhunga (1,542 m) (B/L/D)

We will begin the day with a short drive to Nayapool village where the trekking circuit around Mount Annapurna begins. We will walk six miles alongside forests and streams from here to Tikhedhunga to begin our own expedition.

Distance & journey time:

Transfer from Pokhara to Nayapool (41 km)by train : 1 hour
Trekking from Nayapool to Tikhedhunga: 2 hour
Difficulty: Easy


Day 5: Trek To Ghorepani (2,869 km) (B/L/D)

Steps have been laid all the way up to Ghorepani. Walking up the steps for five to six hours will definitely put a lot of pressure on your legs but we will pass through several villages and stops to keep you fresh. The forests and hills provide a very good distraction from your fatigue.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking (Tikhedhunga – Ghorepani): 6 hours
Difficulty: Hard


Day 6: Hike To Poon Hill (3,211 m) Trek To Tadhapani (2,629 m) (B/L/D)

Poon Hill lies in the village and we trek to its summit. People say the western part of the Himalayas look more beautiful than the eastern ranges and nowhere is this true than from Poon Hill at 3211 m  above the sea level. After the summit, we trek towards Tadhapani. The Himalayas will accompany you throughout the way to Tadhapani as we pass through forests and streams. It takes five hours to get here but the clear view of the majestic mountains from Tadhapani makes the tough trek worth the effort.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking from Ghorepani to Poon Hill: 1 hour
Trekking from Poon Hill to Tadhapani: 5 hrs
Difficulty: Medium


Day 7: Trek To Chomrong (2,100m ) (B/L/D)

We have to head closer to the Annapurna. We have to make a tough uphill climb which takes as much as five hours. The view of the beautiful Himalayan range and the rhododendron forests and rivers along the way might distract you away from your fatigue.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking to Chomrong : 5 hours
Difficulty: Hard


Trek To Himalaya Hotel (2,941 m) (B/L/D)

We have cross the Chomrong River and enter the ModiKhola Valley to reach Dovan village. Past the village, we have to cross another river, the ModiKhola River. Beyond that comes the final ascent to Himalaya Hotel. The entire trip takes some six hours.

Distance and journey time:
Trekking from Chomrong  to Himalaya Hotel: 6 hours
Difficulty: Medium


Day 9: Trek To Annapurna Base Camp (4,130 m) (B/L/D)

You have to walk for the entire day to reach our point of interest. To reach this glacial basin, we have to pass through narrow ways between the bases of Mount Himchuli  and Mount Machhapuchhre. Standing on the foot of the Annapurna Massif is breathtaking; you will be surrounded by mountains over 7 km above sea level. No wonder the local people consider this place a home of the gods.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking: 7 hours
Difficulty: Very Hard


Trek To Bamboo (2,345m) (B/L/D)

We take the same track back through which we came the other day. We walk for six hours past the ModiKhola River and a forest towards Bamboo.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking: 6 hours
Difficulty: Medium


Trek To Bamboo (2,345m) (B/L/D)

We take the same track back through which we came the other day. We walk for six hours past the ModiKhola River and a forest towards Bamboo.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking: 6 hours
Difficulty: Medium


Trek To Jhinu Hot Spring (1,780m) (B/L/D)

It takes five hours to trek to Jhinu. After all these days of hiking, you will be in a lot of pain but the natural hot water spring at Jhinu will ease your pain a little.

Distance & journey time:
Trek to Jhinu Hot Spring  : 5 hours
Difficulty: Medium


Trek To Nayapool (1,059m). Drive To Pokhara. Sightseeing In Pokhara (B/L/-)

This downhill trek takes over five hours but thankfully it is the last of it. This far in the journey, even downhill walking hurts. After resting for some time at Nayapool, we drive to Pokhara and go for sightseeing. Pokhara is the most beautiful city in Nepal and that is why tourists from all around the world come here. Major tourist attractions are the Devi’s Fall, the Mahendra Cave, the Bat Cave, the World Peace Pagoda and the Phewa Lake. The lakeside area is a great place for tourists to hangout and the nightlife here is amazing.

Distance & journey time:
Trekking: 5 hours
Difficulty: Medium


Drive To Kathmandu. Farewell Dinner (B/-/D)

We take the same road back through which we had arrived at the beginning of our journey. Look out the window from your bus to see what places you remember. The view of the Himalayas in the distance will surely remind you of your travel there. We will host a farewell dinner for you before you leave.

Distance & journey time:
Transfer from Pokhara to Kathmandu (204 km): 7 hours


Final Departure (B/-/-)

We will see you off at the airport. It will be a happy-sad moment as we know that it is hard to leave this wonderful country but you will be leaving with very rich memories.

  • Most days of the trek will be spent in lower Himalayas so they should not be as tough. But we do go over 10,000 feet and climb for hours on end which will put pressure on your legs and test your grit. Beginners can give this a try if you take light endurance training before starting the trip.
  • Please make sure you take a travel insurance at home before arriving here. It is mandatory and you cannot take it in Nepal. Your insurance agent will know which insurance plan suits your travel.
  • It is advisable that you free up a few days before and after your trip schedule. For reasons beyond our control like flight delays, accidents and natural hazards, the itinerary may have to be altered.
  • Please inform us and our guides if you have any medical condition that might affect your trip. Please consult your doctor beforehand for any precautions you need to take and always carry medicines if you need them. However, our guides and local support staff have been trained in basic medical intervention and your travel insurance covers any emergency rescue or evacuation.
  • You may decide to alter your itinerary to some degree as long as there are no time constraints and everyone consents, if you are travelling in a group. Talk to us before embarking on the trip or you may also talk to our guides to see if we can arrange something. One thing we have learned from mountaineering all these years is however good you plan your journey, there are bound to be some improvisations to make our experience richer.
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