Annapurna base camp trek

Annapurna base camp trek

Annapurna base camp trek 7 days is one of the short and attractive trek which is also consider as Annapurna base camp trek 10 Days including Poon Hill. Annapurna base camp trekking 7 days takes you to the one of the eight highest mountain of Nepal Annapurna 8091 Meter. Not only Annapurna, many other peaks you can see on this trek including one of the Holy Mountain of Nepal Fishtail 6993 Meter. Amazing landscape, wild nature, friendly people, diverse culture is another attraction of the Annapurna base camp trek. Trekkers can attempt it even in short holiday for week or above because there are many ways that you can do it. There are numerous route among them Annapurna base camp trek with poon hill is what most trekkers do. Others routes are Annapurna base camp trek 7 days , Annapurna base camp trek from Dhampus. This will be an ideal trek for you because you can experience everything in a short span of time. The most amazing thing you will experience is the magnificent view of Annapurna Massif.

Annapurna base camp trek is also known as Annapurna sanctuary trek in which you will get a brilliant opportunity to learn about different people of different ethnicity, especially Gurung people during your stay in Chomrong and Ghandruk if you have time to spend here. The 7 days Annapurna base camp trek starts from Nayapool and ends at Nayapool, We have mentioned here different route and itinerary for you. With the multiple options of route and time, trekkers can do this trip with their friends and family. The big rhododendron forest the towering Himalayas makes you re-energize and never makes you tired. We Nepal Trek Hub is here to make your trip very unique and lifetime memorable. Let’s us know what do you want to do?

Annapurna base camp trek 7 days highlights

  • Seven-hour scenic drive to Pokhara on the way you would see Trisuli river where if you will see rafting .
  • Beautiful and peaceful Fewa Lake which is one of the biggest lakes in Nepal and in the middle of Lake there is Hindu Shrine
  • Enchanting Sunrise view and Panoramic view of Mt. Dhaulagiri to Mt Fishtail from Poon hill (3210m)
  • Close up view of Mt Machhapurchhre(6997 meter ie 22956ft ) , Annapurna I(8091meter ie 26545ft), Annapurna ii (7995meter ie 26230ft) , Tent Peak(5,663 meter ie 18579ft ), Annapurna Frank, Gandrava Chuli, Hinchuli Peak,
  • Eye-catching waterfalls and Modi Khola river, Beautiful terraces with rice field and farm house, Friendly Gurung and Magar people and their hospitality

Annapurna base camp trek 7 days difficulty

Like other trek Annapurna base camp trek 7 days difficulty is not that difficult to do. It starts from Nayapool or from Ghandruk this day. The walking distance for a day is normal in this trek. Since there is the availability of the guest houses in every few hours this is one of the most facilitated trekking routes of Nepal. You will be able to do shower as well the guest house give you the bucket shower or gas shower.
Trekking to this area is quite hard because of the so many stairs around everywhere. From Jhinu to Chomrong, Chomrong to Sinuwa and also other villages there are many stairs you might feel a little bit tired walking on the stairs. Regarding the altitude, this is the very normal height that you gain while you are on the Annapurna base camp 4130 Meter is very normal. Normally people don’t get Altitude mountain sickness but in very rare case it happens to very few people. The guest houses in this route are quite good because of Enough blankets and comfortable mattress to sleep. Food is various in this route, you will get western food as well as typical Nepali food too. Usually, most of the people from 5 years to 65-70 years people can do it.

Annapurna First 8091 MeterCloudy Annapurna I 8091 Meter from Annapurna base camp


Annapurna base camp trek 7 days itinerary

Annapurna base camp trek 7 days itinerary is customized through the very straight trek route. This route is the second major popular trekking route after the Ghorepani. This is also the magnificent route to see the Himalayas and cultural village Ghandruk.
1. This will be the shortest route of Annapurna base camp.
2. You can directly go to Chhomrong from here .
3. You can also stay in Ghandruk and see the Gurung Museum in Ghandruk.

DayFromToAltitudeTime Duration
1PokharaGhandruk1800 Meter7 Hours
2GhandrukChomrong2170 M, 7119 FT.8 Hours
3ChhomrongHimalaya Hotel2920 M, 9580 FT.7Hours
4Himalaya HotelMachapuchhare Base Camp3800 M, 12470 FT.6Hours
5Machapuchhare Base CampBamboo2400 M, 7874FT9 Hours
6BambooJhinu1800 M, 5900 FT.4 Hours
7JhinuPokhara800 M,2625 FT.7 Hours

The alternative route is the third major popular route to ABC. This starts from Kande a 1 Hour drive from Pokhara. Deurali is the place where two trekking routes separates. From Deurali trekkers start Mardi Himal Trek This is also very perfect route in terms of view and scenery. it takes two days more rather than Ghandruk Route.
1. You can enjoy the breathtaking view of Himalayas from Dhampus
2. It is less touristic as well as super in terms of natural beauty.
3. You can also stay in Dhampus for sunrise and sunset.

DayFromToAltitudeTime Duration
1PokharaLandruk2000 M8 Hours
2LandrukChomrong2400 M8 Hours
3ChhomrongHimalaya Hotel2920 M, 9580 FT.7Hours
4Himalaya HotelMachapuchhare Base Camp3800 M, 12470 FT.6Hours
5Machapuchhare Base CampBamboo2400 M, 7874FT9 Hours
6BambooJhinu1800 M, 5900 FT.4 Hours
7JhinuPokhara800 M,2625 FT.7 Hours

Annapurna base camp trek 10 Days

Annapurna base camp trek 10 Days is the trek that includes Poon Hill Trek as well to Annapurna base camp trek. Known as a regular trail, most of the people do it while they do Annapurna base camp trek. The awesome view of the peaks is amazingly beautiful. While you stands at the base camp, the peaks will surround you in all sides of you.
The trek is quite longer as compare to the itinerary that we mentioned above but it is more amazing than above itinerary, with the long day you can also do the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek too. One of the interesting parts of the trek is a perfect view of the Annapurna region. With the outstanding views of Annapurna I 8091 Meter, Annapurna South, Gangapurna, Fang, Machhapuchhare, Dhaulagiri 8167 Meter and many other peaks. With the best view jungle as well as natural vegetation you can also see the cultural things of Annapurna region.


view from ghorepaniView from Ghorepani, Ghorepani is a viewpoint from where you can see many peaks in 360 Degree

Annapurna base camp trek 10 days itinerary

Annapurna base camp trek 10 days itinerary starts from Nayapool but can be also kande. Even though there is a different starting point it ultimately joins in chomrong because there is only one trek trail from Chhomrong. This is the best and beautiful trekking routes that comprise both trekking route, Ghorepani trek, and Annapurna base camp trek. if you have 12-13 days in Nepal then this is the best to do. From Ghorepani trek you can see the magnificent view of Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Dhaulagiri very perfectly as well as this is the best viewpoint for sunrise and sunset. Ghorepani is the place where Annapurna circuit trek joins

view from deurali The view from Thaple Danda Deurali of Annapurna south and Nilgiri


DayFromToAltitudeTime Duration
1PokharaTikhedhunga1577 M, 5177 FT.6 Hours
2TikhedhungaGhorepani2874 M, 9430 FT.6 Hours
3GhorepaniTadapani2675 M, 8776 FT.6 Hours
4TadapaniChomrong2170 M, 7119 FT.5 Hours
5ChhomrongHimalaya Hotel2920 M, 9580 FT.7Hours
6Himalaya HotelMachapuchhare Base Camp3800 M, 12470 FT.6Hours
7Machapuchhare Base CampBamboo2400 M, 7874FT9 Hours
8BambooJhinu1800 M, 5900 FT.4 Hours
9JhinuPokhara800 M,2625 FT.7 Hours
10PokharaKathmandu1350 M, 4430FT8 Hours

How to go Annapurna base camp trek

You might be wondering how to go Annapurna base camp trek? There are various option to go ABC from Kathmandu. It starts from Pokhara and ends at Pokhara. Pokhara is the second biggest city and naturally beautiful and very clean place to relax after the trekking in Annapurna.

It is 200km to west from Kathmandu which takes about 7 to 8 hours for the tourist bus. There are also regular flights to Pokhara by all domestic airlines, which cost USD 122.00 per person. The normal tourist bus cost is around 10$ to Pokhara.


sunrise from tadaapaniSunrise view over the fistail mountain from Tadapani

1. Fly in fly out

in this options you can fly in and fly out Kathmandu to Pokhara. If you have a short frame of time this is the best options for you. Even if you have 6 Days and you want to do this trek, this makes you possible. The morning flights that go from Kathmandu is 8: 00 Am.

If you take this morning flight you can reach in Chhomrong on the first day which means you can do this trek even in 6 Days time frame. While you back at the end of 6 Days you can take the evening flight that is at 4:00 pm. you can see your time frame to choose the best options for you.

From Pokhara trekkers generally takes the taxi to the onward destination like Nayapool, Ghandruk, Phedi and so on. This is very less time spending as well as efficient and convenient for the trekkers.

2. Drive in Drive out by tourist bus

If you have plenty of time and you want to also explore the Pokhara for a single day this is another cheaper options for you. It is quite tough to spend to 8 Hour on a Bus but this is way cheaper than flying.
From Kathmandu, the bus leaves around 7:00 Am. All buses leave at the same time, from Pokhara the bus leaves around 7.30 Am at together. The bus stop for breakfast and lunch as well as a small short toilet break.
Pokhara is the main entry point of Annapurna trek. Trekkers generally start their trek from here by taking the taxi to the onward destination like Nayapool, Ghandruk, Phedi and so on. This is very less time spending as well as efficient and convenient for the trekkers.

3. Hiring the private vehicle to go Pokhara

If you want your own personal car to go Pokhara that is also possible. It is quite costly rather than bus However quite safe and relaxing. you can customize your Travel anytime you like. There will not be another person rather than you in the car.
From Pokhara, you can take the taxi to the starting point of the trek.

Annapurna base camp trek season

Nepal is a all time year tourist destination as the country has a wide range of climatic diversity. Nepal has various climate in it’s tiny territory. there are 4 Annapurna base camp trek season.

Autumn Season (Sept – Nov)

This Autumn season is considered is one of the best time for trekking in Nepal. On this month’s trekkers can have excellent weather and tantalizing mountain views. The temperatures are very good and it is a festival time in Nepal. the weather is perfect mountaineers and trekkers can hike anywhere in Nepal.

Winter season (Dec – Feb)

Snowfalls and freezing temperatures in the mountains and the whole of Nepal is normal in this season. The weather often changes a lot. The trail might be blocked sometime with heavy snowfall and even the tea houses might be close because of low temperatures. High passes trekking are not ideal for this time of the year.

Spring Season (March-May)

The second-best season of the year in terms of mountain scenery and temperatures. The temperatures in the mountains are quite ok. you can see the perfect view of the Himalayas and the colourful rhododendron flowers. Very Less rainfall happens in this time of the year so you can enjoy the mountain vista and scenery perfectly. Very high passes trek can be done and this is also the season for Mt. Everest Climbing.

Summer Season (Jun-Aug):

Summer time runs here in Nepal from June till mid-September. Rainfall, Flood and Landslides are the natural disaster happens here in Nepal often. Normal trek to see the Himalayas you can do but the view will not good. Dolpo and Upper Mustang trek is very nice to do this time of the year

How to prepare for Annapurna base camp trek

Here are some tips for How to prepare for Annapurna base camp trek, I hope this will give you a general knowledge about How to prepare for Annapurna base camp trek. Here are some idea.

Step-1: Calculate your Holiday days and plan what really want to do in Nepal

In this step, you should realize how many days do you have for a Holidays and How many days trek you want to do? You have to include at least 4 Days in cities, however, if you use domestic flights you can shorten your 2 days and rest days are in the trek. You can also figure out the route as per we already mentioned above, the route you can choose yourself

Step-2: Choose the best flight to Kathmandu

You can see the different airlines that fly to Kathmandu. There are several connecting flights to Kathmandu. You can choose one of them .

The price varies as per standard of the flights as well as transit hour. There are some Airlines Namely Qatar Airlines, Etihad Airlines, Air Asia, Turkish Airlines, Malindo Air and so many of them.

Step-3: Know about the difficulty of the trek

This is moderate trekking so it is not that difficult trekking however because of stairs it needs quite more energy to climb the hill. It does not require any previous experience of trekking however because of a lot of up and down trekkers feel quite hard.

During the trekking trekkers will hike to Ghorepani which trekkers get acclimatized at the altitude. It also helps to keep your body good shape for trekking.

Step-4: Decide Which kind of service do you need

After you chose Annapurna base camp as your trekking trail. You need some assistance to make your trek fruitful and easy. Here are two types of service you can choose one of them.

On the basis of the following specification you can separate a service you would like to take.

1. Full board packages

In this service you would pay the long-sum amount to the agency and your agency has to pay for everything for your food and accommodation. This is very fascinating that you don’t have to worry about anything during the trek. Your guide would pay for food and accommodation during the trek.

Normally, the drinks are not included in this kind of service. You need to pay for your drinks and beverage. Guide and porter will be assisting you to make your trek easier here. The guide will normally choose your hotel from his past experience. Porter carry your rucksack from hotel to hotel. Permits and TIMS card are added to make your trip legal and safer.

2. Guide Porter hire for annapurna base camp trek

If you want to pay yourself during the trek which is known as a partial service. This service means you want to Guide and Porter Hire.p smooth and successful. Even if you are paying yourself you must take TIMS and Permits with you. which is only issued through the registered trekking agency in Kathmandu.

Step-5: Prepare for the logistics for the trek

In this step you need to prepare that what stuff I am going to take for the trek. you can take the information form your agency.

The information about clothing, Food, Health-related issue and all the problem that might make you difficult in your trek. Get all the information that you need. After all this, you can do your trek easily.

Annapurna base camp trek packing gear list

Below are Annapurna base camp trek packing gear list for your successful trek. Without the gears, it will be too terrible to complete trek successfully. Trekking gears that are mentioned below are your preparedness that you should look before you start your trek. Some of the gears you can rent in Kathmandu and Pokhara too but we urged to you have it all with you if possible.

Trekking equipment list for body

  1. Four seasons Sleeping bag:-15 would be preferable ( You can even rent here in Nepal we will arrange your sleeping bag however it is better if you have your own)
  2. Duffel or Rucksack bag: to keep your all the gear and this will be carried by the porters. (Please bring the rain cover for it)
  3. Daypack for yourself:(Bring the small one where you can put your important stuff as well as drinking water)
  4. A down Jacket
  5. Shade hat or Cap
  6. Warm wool hat to cover your ears
  7. Sunglasses with UV protection
  8. Headlamp
  9. Neck warmer
  10. A pair light weight warm gloves.
  11. T-shirts 2- 3 pieces quick drying one would be the good.
  12. Light weight thermal tops.
  13. Fleece jacket.
  14. Wind-Stopper jacket (optional).
  15. A pair’s nylon hiking shorts quick drying one
  16. Underwear
  17. Two pairs lightweight long underwear.
  18. Two pairs trekking pants, preferably that zip on/off at the knees so they double as shorts
  19. Four pairs of liner warm socks
  20. medium weight water proof hiking/trekking boots.
  21. A pair light trekking shoes for camp/lodges
  22. sandal (Optional) or Flip Flop

Trekking equipment list Medicines and First Aid Kits

  1. Extra Strength Excedrin for altitude related headaches.
  2. Ibuprofen for general aches and pains.
  3. Anti-infection ointments
  4. Band-aids
  5. Lip balm (At least SPF 20)
  6. Detol, Betadin
  7. Tape
  8. Immodium or Pepto bismol capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea.
  9. Diamox 125 or 250mg tablets for altitude sickness.
  10. 1 small personal sized first-aid kit with blister treatments such as mole skin, band-aids, some waterproof tape, anti-infection ointments, etc.

Miscellaneous but Important Trekking equipment list

  1. Passport and extra passport photos (4 copies)
  2. Durable wallet / pouch for travel documents, money & passport.
  3. Lip balm. At least SPF 20, 2 sticks.
  4. Sun’s cream with SPF 40 is recommended
  5. Pocket knife.
  6. Water purification lodine tablets
  7. filter to filter the water
  8. Drinking Water Bottle or floatable bottle
  9. Toiletry kit and be sure to include toilet paper stored in a plastic bag, hand wipes, and liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap, etc.

Optional Trekking equipment list

  1. Adjustable trekking poles
  2. Favorite snack foods (No more than 2 pounds)
  3. Paperback books, cards, mp3 player
  4. Binoculars
  5. Cameras (Memory cards, chargers and also batteries)

Annapurna base camp trek budget/cost

Annapurna base camp trek budget/cost is around 550 $ for 7 Days for 2 people travelling basis which includes, guides, porter, food and accommodation, TIMS, ACCAP permit and local transportation. for your clarification, we have given the idea of the cost of Annapurna base camp trek.
The first one is Annapurna Conservation Area Project permits. It is because you are trekking inside the ACAP that is why this essential permit. The check post is in Birethanti. If you don’t have it, you can not enter into Annapurna conservation Area.

Where to take this card

You need your passport photocopy as well as passport size photograph to get this permit. If you are going by yourself you can get this permit in Nepal Tourism Board Bhirkutimandap Kathmandu. But going alone is always the danger. please study before you go. The same permit you can get through us at the same price but we are responsible for you, of course, you have to pay a certain charge. The document we need also the same as mentioned above.

For SAARC nationals: Nrs.200 (about US $2)

For Others Nationalities: Nrs.3000 (about US $29)

Second is Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card that costs NRS. 2000 (about US $20). The card is issued through Trekking Agency Association of Nepal for the protection and safety of trekkers. TIMS you can also get through the Nepal tourism board as well as Registered Trekking Agency.

Food and Accommodation Cost

Tea houses/ lodges cost is cheaper in Annapurna Region, for a Single Night you need to pay around 4-5 USD. This bed is not a private room. It is clear that above Sinuwa you have to share the room with other tourists. There is very limit Number of Guesthouse it means all you get is Single bed with sharing.

Tourist standard hotels are available everywhere in the route. Before Sinuwa you have many options namely Chhomrong, Ghorepani, Tadapani where there are many tea houses. Other places there is a very limited number of hotels. Some of the teahouses seem very attractive but the menu is the same, No matter wherever you stay.

The local hotel owner and tea shoppers expect you to eat where you stay. They serve all the meals. There are different food options in Menu you can choose whatever you like.

You can have Western food like Pizza, Macaroni, spaghetti, and many items as well as Dal Bhat Tarkari. Dal Bhat is the big portions of food. For drinks, you can have tea, coffee, flavoured hot drinks etc. They sell alcohols as well. Drinking water, you need to bring water purification tablet with you because you can not buy the mineral water here. The villagers are very concerned about the environment that is the reason they have banned the Water bottle .

On average, $36 per day will cover three meals, no matter what you choose to eat, and some cups of hot beverage. This budget will not accommodate alcoholic drinks like Beer, wine, vodka and so on.

Annapurna base camp trek faq(FAQ)

Here are some Annapurna base camp trek faq, which might give some clear answer to you.

How much fitness do I need to do this trek?

Annapurna Base Camp is a moderate trek route. So most of the people can do it, people do not need the pre-exercise to do however it is good if you have some previous experience.

How long walk every day when we do trek?

On an average, trekkers have to walk about 5 to 7 hours per day. Sometimes longer and sometimes shorter the distance is not too far but there is too much up and down.

What is the highest elevation point of the trek?

The highest elevation point is 4130m.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

There is electricity everywhere, but in some place like Annapurna base camp, there is no charging facility. You have to pay per device you charge. Take permission before you charge. So as shower, the hotels offer hot shower this might be gas shower as well as solar too.

Are there any ATMs on the way to Base Camp?

No there are not any ATM in this route. The money you have to manage either in Pokhara or in Kathmandu. You should carry plenty of Nepalese currency with you. They also take dollars but this might cost you.

Is it necessary to take the guide ?

It depends on you. If you need assistance during the trek you must bring a guide, without the guide you cannot understand local thing properly. They are means of connection as well as they also look to your health concern. They better manage your trek in every aspect.

Annapurna base camp trek itinerary

  • Day 01:Arrival at Kathmandu 1350m/4428ft.

    On arrival at Tribhuvan International airport, you’ll be received by me or my colleague’s Afterward transfer to hotel then talk about trekking and preparation for the trekking, such as a buying and renting the stuff for trekking

  • Day 02:Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara 8 hours

    After having breakfast we will take a taxi or by walk to go to Kantipath where we would take the bus to Pokhara which takes 7/8 Hours from Kathmandu. During the drive you will also see the landscape and Trisuli River Rafting as well

  • Day 03: Drive from Pokhara to Nayapool 1.30 Hours then trek 4.30 hours trekking to Tikhedhunga.

    we would hire a private vehicle for the drive to reach Nayapool. As we are in Nayapool, we start our trek to Birethanti. In Birethanti we check our permits and TIMS and walk towards Tikhedhunga through the Bank of the river. At first, it would be warm Climate then we continue our journey to Tikhedhunga passing through several small villages. Afterwards, we ascend gently to the final destination of the day.

  • Day 04:Trek to Ghorepani village (2874m) 6 Hours

    Today, we ascend more than three thousand stairs at first to reach Ulleri (2070m.) from Ulleri we again need to climb slowly ascend up to Banthanti. During the journey, you will see a good view of Machhapuchhare known as mount Fish Tail (6997m.) Now the trail is quite easier that passes through Rhododendron and shadowy trees to Ghorepani village. Overnight at Guesthouse

  • Day 05:Hike to Poon Hill (3210m/10,497 ft) Then Trek to Tadapani (2675 M, 8776 FT) 6 hours

    Today very early in the morning around 4.45 am we hike together to Poon Hill (3210m) to enjoy the sunrise view over Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m.), Tukuche Peak (6920m.), Nilgiri (6940m.), Varaha Shikhar (7847m.), Mt. Annapurna I (8091m.), Annapurna South (7219m.), Annapurna III (7855m.), Machhapuchhare (6993m) and other snow-capped mountains in the morning then trek down to Ghorepani.Heaving Breakfast we trek further to Deurali, During the trek same view can be seen from here as well. From Deurali the trek goes decently down to the river via Banthani where we do lunch. from Banthanti the trail goes steeply down to the river then climb for 40 minutes to Tadapani

  • Day 06:Trek from Tadapani (2675m.) to Chhomrong (2170 M, 7119 FT.) 5 hours

    After heaving the breakfast early in the morning we trek down via rhododendron and oak forest to Chuile where there are some hotels as well. we go even down from there 1 hour further to Kimrong river. Half hour climbing to Gurjung a small Gurung village from there the trail goes slightly climb continuously to Durbin danda. from here it just takes 1 hour to reach chomrong

  • Day 07:Chhomrong to Himalaya Hotel (2920 M, 9580 FT) 7 Hours

    today we start our trekking going down to Chhomrong river from here our trail slowly climb to Sinuwa village which takes about 1.30 hours. from Sinuwa the trail goes through the thick forest with some up and down to Bamboo. Bamboo is the place where we will see a lot of bamboo tree, here we do lunch. After having lunch the trail goes slightly up via bank of the river via Dovan. near Himalaya, we will see a temple from here people are not allowed to bring the meat items. 40 minutes climbing from here we can reach to Himalaya overnight at Himalaya

  • Day 08:Himalaya hotel to Machapuchhare Base Camp (3800 M, 12470 FT) 6 Hours

    today at first we climb 1.30 hours to Hinku cave. from here the trail goes slightly down and up to Deurali. from Deurali the trail is quite serious where there is the most avalanche falling place but we would avoid this by crossing river from another side then we will reach Bagar. from Bagar we will climb slightly up to Machhapurche Basecamp, overnight at Macchapurche base camp.

  • Day 09:Machapuchhare Base Camp to ABC then back to bamboo (4130 M, 13550 FT) 8 Hours

    This is the tough day of our trek, today you wake up at 4’0 clock in the morning to hike the Annapurna base camp which takes about 2.30 hours. Spending a few hours in base camp, we will take breakfast then go down to Machapuchhare Base Camp and pack our things then start our trek docents down to Bamboo. We will do lunch at Deurali today

  • Day 10:Bamboo to Jhinu(4130 M, 13550 FT) 4 Hours

    Today we trek all the way down to Jhinu. we will do lunch at Chomrong and go down to Jhinu. Leaving our stuff to the hotel we go down to Jhinu Hot springs to take bath and come back to Hotel

  • Day 11:Jhinu to Pokhara (800 M,2625 FT.) 6 Hours

    Today we walk 1.30 hours from Jhinu to Mutkyou from there we take the jeep to go back to Pokhara and relax at Pokhara by your own

  • Day 12:Pokhara to Kathmandu

    takes about 7-8 hours driving to kathmandu by tourist bus

  • Day 13:Back to your own country

Cost includes

  • Kathmandu international airport transfer by private vehicles.
  • 2 night’s twin sharing on tourist standard accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Tourist standard accommodation in Pokhara within Bed with Breakfast Plan for 2 Nights
  • Meals on full board: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner each day during the trekking days
  • Guest house basis trekking accommodation while on trekking days
  • Tourist Bus transfer from Pokhara to Kathmandu for guest and guide.
  • Fully escorted trek with fluent English speaking license holder local guide and each 2 guest 1 Porter basis
  • Annapurna Conservation Area permits and TIMS permits for Trekking tours
  • All land transportation as per written on above itinerary
  • Food and accommodation and salary of Nepali trekking staffs

Cost excludes

  • Nepal entry visa fee cost US$ 40.
  • Lunch and Dinner during the staying in Kathmandu and Pokhara city.
  • Any kinds of battery charges, laundry service, phone calls and hot shower during the trekking.
  • Personal trekking equipment and Clothing.
  • Personal nature expenses, any drinks and bar bills.
  • Your travel insurance (it is mandatory in case of emergency).
  • Any donation and monuments entrance fees.
  • Tips for the crew (Note : TIPS is not compulsory but highly expected)
  • Any other things which are not mentioned above
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Annapurna base camp trek Fact
  • Difficulty:Moderate
  • Duration:13 Days
  • Accommodation:Tea house trek
  • Trip Style:Tea House
  • RegionAnnapurna
  • MealsFull Board on trek
  • Altitude4130M ie 13550ft
  • Group-Size1-18 Person
  • Transportation:Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus
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