Annapurna circuit trek guide will bring you to World famous Annapurna Circuit trek which crosses the pass at the elevation 5416m a challenging but very exciting and thrilling. High Thorogla pass, upper Manang, home of Tibetans Buddhist, Hindu pilgrimage site of Muktinath, Kali Gandaki valley, the world’s deepest river gorge are the most attraction of this trek. Besides the mountain views, we encounter on this trek a variety of mountain communities of the Gurung, Manangi and Thakali people. Annapurna circuit trekking is best described as the busiest trekking destination of Nepal. It has been proved as a highly praised and spectacular trekking route in the Annapurna region since it opened to foreign trekkers in 1977. Our Annapurna circuit trekking guide you two-week treks from Besishahar and goes along the Marshyangdi River, with a great view of Manaslu and Himal Chuli to the east as well as Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Pisang peak, Chulu East, Chulu West. This amazing trek brings you to the nice village inhabited by a wide diversity of people from different ethnic groups such as Gurung, Magar, and Manageese, offering a spectacular and majestic view of the white Himalayas. As it continues to the north of the main Himalayan range on to the high and dry Tibetan Plateau, the scenery is equally breathtaking.
The Annapurna Circuit Trek has been an overwhelmingly charming destination since it was first opened to foreigners in the early 1980s. But far from being too crowded, it was still a very personal experience I/we make sure you can feel the adventurous spirit.
When to do Annapurna circuit trek
Mid-September, October, and November are Autumn Season:
This is the best time to do Annapurna circuit trek because in this time the field is full with crops, the forest is very green and there is no chance of rain, the weather is clear mostly
March, May is the second-best season of the year to do trekking:
This is also the good season to do Annapurna circuit trekking because the weather is also good and very clear.
December, January, and February:
the sky is clear but the weather is cold and there is a risk of hailstorm and snowfall.
This is Nepal´s hot and pre-monsoon season and it can get very warm indeed. This is still the best time to do Annapurna circuit trek
June, July, August, and mid-September:
this is Monsoon season and the least popular time to do trekking in Nepal. The risk of leeches, landslides, floods and so on. Very fewer people do the Annapurna circuit trek
Aannapurna circuit guide hire benefits
Annapurna circuit guide make sure that the client’s safety Because safety is our main concern.
You can’t achieve all the information about local culture, history, flora and fauna by yourself so it is very good idea to bring a guide for Annapurna circuit trek.
While in the trek, there are a lot of trekkers who do the trek, so it is crowded. If it is mean season it would be extremely crowded, on that time you need a local guide who can perfectly manage Logistic arrangements for the trekking so you need to hire a guide for Annapurna circuit.
Sometimes you might be sick, it can happen any time. It is very beneficial if you hire a guide to a circuit he/she can solve the things while you do Annapurna circuit trekking in Nepal.
It is very easy to interact with local people when you have an experience Annapurna circuit guide for Annapurna circuit trek/Annapurna circuit trekking.
The guide will arrange vehicle and transportation for the entire trip whenever is necessary so it is a very good idea to Hire guide and porter for Annapurna circuit trekking.
If you hire a guide to Annapurna circuit, they also help you to Sightseeing around the city such as Kathmandu, Pokhara and another place after finishing Annapurna Circuit trek.
Annapurna circuit guide gives you information to the guest to know around everything they want in Annapurna circuit region.
If you hire Annapurna circuit guide they also tell you what to do, What to wear, what not to do in community.
Annapurna circuit trek Highlights
Seven-hour scenic drive to Beshisahar on the way you would see trisuli river where if you will see rafting
Beautiful and peaceful Local village where there is a resident of Bramin, Chetteri, Newars and Dalit and Janajati people in the lowland such as a bulbule, bahundanda, Germu Phant and other place but when we trek at the higher part we will see gurung and magar people.
Annapurna II 7,937 meter, Annapurna III 7,555 meter, Gangapurna 7,455 Meter, Tilicho Peak 7,134 meter, Chulu East 6,548 Meter, Chulu West 6419 Meter and so many other mountains are clearly visible from the trekking
Narrow and beautiful diversified marshayndri river valley which is full of different type of forest and when we cross thorong la we will enter in to the widest valley, which is full of moraines where there is no forest which is like a desert of Nepal.
Apples farm , different types of village Shyang, Marpha, Tukuche, Kobang, Lete, Larjung, Kalopnai , Koiropani, Ghasa tatopani and so on..
Annapurna circuit guide Itinerary for Annapurna Circuit trek
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Annapurna Circuit Trek Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel
Receive the guest at Airport and transfer to hotel, if guest request this we will manage the vehicle to pick up from the airport.
Day 02: Drive to Bhulbhule , Beshisahar and start trek and stay at Ngadi 7 Hours
Today we drive 6 hours then we trek 1 hours to reach at Ngyadi a small village of Gurung and Brahamin people
Day 03: Ngadi to Jagat (1400m) 6 Hours
we trek 6 Hours to get Jagat during the trek we will see terrace, amazing landscape, rice fields and other flora and fauna.
Day 04: Trek from Jagat to Dharapani (1900m) 6 Hours
As we climb little bit more to reach dharapani we will pass some big village like tal, kartike, chamje as well. We see some waterfalls as well as big river valley. We see a lot of bamboo tree today while we trek.
Day 05: Terk from Dharapani to Chame (2160m) 7 Hours
Today the trail goes slowly uphill up to Timang a small gurung village, with some tea houses and lodges from where we can see some mountains on the manaslu Himalayan ranges as well . 2 hours walking from timang we can reach at Chame.
Day 06: Trek from Chame to Pisang (3300m) 6 Hours
The treks starts through deep forest of Pine in a steep and narrow valley, crosses a river on a long bridge at 2910m. We then cross another bridge at 3040m, and climb little bit to Dhukur Pokhari then 1 Hour Walking to Pisang.
Day 07: Trek from Pisang to Manang (3500m) 7 Hours
after breakfast we have to cross the river out of Pisang village and then take a reasonably level path through scrubland, passing a small picturesque lake on your right. Then climbing the zigzagging way to Ghyaru (3,673m) offers Annapurna II and Annapurna IV very stunning view. Then, we will arrive at the village of Ngawal (3,650m) then we will descend back to the valley floor and rejoin the main trail to continue to Braga and Manang.
Day 08: Acclimatization day at Manang
Today we spend a day acclimatizing in Manang. After breakfast we go to see the gangapurna lake and we climb little bit up to the yak pastures from where we can see the whole Manag view clearly .After we back from day excursion you can walk around the manag city. Overnight at Guest House.
Day 09: Trek from Manang to Letdar (4250m) 5 Hours
After breakfast, we will walk through the farm terrace to Tanki Manang then gradually goes Ascend to Yak Kharka we will see herds of blue sheep grazing the steep slopes as well, we will still climb to n Letdar and stay overnight in guest house.
Day 10: Trek from Ledar High camp (4600m) 4 Hours
The trail descends to cross the river at 4310m then we climb up to Phedi at 4420m. While we go to Phedi the way is little bit dangerous because sometimes a small stone can come from the uphill at high speed , we must be careful over there after we reach to Phedi we will make a decision whether we go to high camp or not. But usually people go high camp because that makes easier to them for the next day. If we go to High Camp which is at the elevation of 4600meter can be little bit difficult to slip over here.
Day 11: High Camp to Muktinath (3710m) 8 Hours
Our trek begins before sunrise at 4.30 am, or 4:00 am Depends where we slip , as we need to set out early to complete the crossing of the Thorong La at 5416 meters before 9 o clock. If we do late it starts strong winds which makes quite difficult to trekkers. The trail is steep right from the start, but with a slow and steady pace, after we reach at the thorong la top which can takes 4 hour then we descent down to Muktinath which may take further 4 hours on the descents way we will see some mountains as well as Jhong villages then to muktinath.
Day 12: Drive to Tatopani (1200m) 6 Hours
Today we would drive to tatopani. This itinerary is for those who has a short time period but if you have enough time we can still do trek which is very nice. During our driving we would see the local villages apple farm, amazing and wide kaligandai river, windy valley in the evening we would enjoy the hot spring.
Day 13: Drive to Pokhara and start sightseeing Whole Day
Today we drive to Pokhara by local bus and private transportation from Beni to Pokhara then sightseeing at Pokahara place like, World peace stupa, Davis Fall, Gupteshowr Gupha, International Mountain Museum
Day 14: Drive to Kathmandu
Today we drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus which takes about 6-7 Hours
Day 15: Fly to your Destination
Flyback to your own country
Guide personal Expenses, food and accomodations during the trek
Guide Transportation which trekkers should have to pay
Tips at the end of the trek
Any of your expenses that you do for the guide by your own wish
Personal trekking equipment and Clothing.
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