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Annapurna Circuit Trek

Round Annapurna Trek



         This is one of the classic and most regarding treks. The trek starts from the lowlands and gradually passes through thick forest adorned with rhododendron and fir trees as we enter into the desert region of our way to the Manag valley. This trek offers classic view of the Annapurna Range and the Dhaulagiri Range. Besides the mountain views there is a lot of diverse culture to be seen as we start from the domains of Brahmins and Chhetris in the lowlands to the culture of the Managis people who have a distinct culture of their own and are mainly Buddhists. The views from the Thorang Pass of the Himalayas and into the Mustang valley are outstanding.



Day 01:Arrivel in Kathmandu  or Pokhara

Welcome by our representative and transfer our Hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu to Besisahar
Drive to Beshishahar which is some 178 Km. and will take some 6 hrs. Along the Trishuli and Marshyangdi River popular rafting rivers of Nepal. Overnight in the Beshisahar.




Day 03:Trek to BahunDanda (1310m.)

which means “the Hill of the Brahmins” the major cast of the Nepals’ midhill. It will take approximately 6 hrs. Then rice field where the water available can be seen. July- October is the month they grow rice and millet as well at the same time.

Day 04:Trek Bahundanda to the Chyamje (1430 m.) 

Actually for those few days the chance to see the White Mountains is less but the hilly mountains also attracts you. The waterfall in Nepal is always great to see.


Day 05:Trek Chamje to Bagarchhap (2160m.) 

Now slightly and gradually the trail is hiking up. We will pass number of nice settlements and villages along the route Tal is the nice village to have lunch. Bagarchhap is the small village from where we can see the mountains behind you.


Day 06:Trek Bagarchhap to Chame (2670).

You will continue to the forest of the Fir and rocky declivities with the view of the Manaslu and Annapurna II (7939m.) Chame is the capital of the Manag district situated in the bank of the river Marshyangdi.

Mustang Lo Manthang 015 tiji

Day 07:Chame to Pisang (3200m.)

A spectacular waterfall can be sighted near Brathangs village where small stone memorial is erected in memory of the Japanese hiker, who died passing the ghat Thorong La, since he stayed in the snow storms for many days. Pisang is in the lap of the Pisang peak which is popular peak to climb.

Day 08:Trek to Manang (3540 m.).

This is really wonderful trail with the pastures by the Yaks, Horses and cattle .The trail offers some magnificent sights of the top of Annapurna’s After short walk from Pisang village the trail forks and one climbs to the Ngwal from where the view of the Annapurna's is wonderful.

Day 09:Rest in Manang for acclimatization.

The Himalayan Rescue Association and they brief about the High altitude, sickness and the way to be safe from the problems. The Gangapurna Lake is nice to view and one can walk around the town to explore. There is the mountaineering school also in Manang where the basic training of the mountaineering is given by Nepal Mountaineering Association.



Day 10:Trek Manang to Letdar (4200 m.)

From Manang the landscape is more like Tibetan platue It seems more gradual rather than up but hard to breathe and take longer time to cover the short distance.

Day 11:Trek to Thorong High Camp 4800 m.

This can be hard night with the lack of enough Oxygen. Ready to wake up in early morning for the next most excited day at all.

Day 12:High Camp to Muktinath
Start the climbing early in the morning. This is the most awaited day for your Nepal trip. The top of the Thorong La (pass) 5416 m. is the highest point for the whole period. Muktinath is the name of the Hindu God with the meaning of the “God of Salvation”. The Sep- Oct fest is the most interesting and crowded. Apart from this, this is the greatest example of the co-relation and harmony between Hinduism and Buddhism.




Day 13:Trek to Kagbeni 2800 m.

Kagbeni is the Gateway to Upper Mustang. The monastery supposed to be some 500 yrs old which is situated in the town. Upper is only permitted with the special permit granted in the limited number per year with high royalty . That is 700 US$ per person only for the Govt royalty for at least two person and the trek cost is extra.

Day 14:Kagbeni to Marpha 2670m

Passing Jomsom where the airport is situated with the connection to Pokhara .Jomsom is the capital of Mustang district with the government offices. The Eco museum serves here with the collections of Mountains. Marpha is the village of the Thakali peoples the local inhabitant and the apple garden and apple product is the most popular around the area.

Day 15:Marpha to Gasha 

Trek to Ghasa 2010 m. Ghasa is small town near the Kaligandaki River and popular for the bird watching. The trail from Marpha to Ghasa taken as the deepest gorge in the world. Because the mountain Annapurna I 8091m. and Dhaulagiri 8168 m. high on both Sides of the River making deep valley.

Day 16: Gasha to Tatopani
Ghasa to Tatopani 1190m. “Tatopani” literally means hot water in Nepali and there is the natural hot spring with the small bathing pool. You can enjoy the hot spring pool & relax after long walking.




Day 17:Tatopani to Ghodepani

Trek Tatopani to Ghorepani 2850 m. Tatopani to Ghorepani is all the way up. This will long way up but it will be easier anyway than the climbing above Manang.

Day 18:Ghodepani to Tikhedhunga

Climb up to Poon Hill 3210 m. early in the morning will take approximately an hour to view the sunrise and the Mountains including the Annapurna South 7219 m., Fishtail 6993 m., Himchuli 6441 m., Other Annapurna Ranges, Dhaulagiri 8168 m. and its range. This is the most popular view point of the Annapurna Region. After the breakfast trek down to Tikhedhunga 1577m. The trail is in the jungle of the Rhododendron the national flower of Nepal. It is believed that there is the 9 different species of Rhododendron in this area.


Day 19:Tikhedhunga to Pokhara

Trek to Nayapul for 3 hrs along the river Bhurundi. Birenthati small town in
the confluence of the river Bhurundi and Modi from Annapurna Base Camp
and then drive back to Pokhara through the curves road. Tour around the
lake, rest and relax in city after 18 days in the mountain.


Day 20:
Tour of Pokhara City. Overnight stay in the Hotel in Pokhara.

Day 21:
Drive back to Kathmandu.


Day 22:
Transfer to Airport for your onward journey.

You can extend your trek to Ghandruk via Tadapani and even can join with Annapurna Base Camp.

After Day 16 join Annapurna Base Camp Trek for extension up to 28 Days.



Services Include in the above Cost :
 

Pick up from Airport / Buspark
All land Transport ( Private Taxi / Jeep /Bus) both way trek start and trek ending point
All accommodation during the trek
Three times meals a day during the trek ( Breakfast,Lunch & Dinner )
Four seasonal sleeping bag from Beauty Nepal Adventure ( sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide)
Experience Porters service
Including their salary, insurance, equipment, transport,food and lodging
All necessary paper work and permits
ACAP) Annapurna Conservation Area Park Permit
TIMS Card ) Trekking Information Management System Cards
All government Vat & taxes


Services Exclude :
 

Accommodating and Food in Kathmandu /Pokhara

Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, Mineral water,Coke,etc)

Flight Tickets  KTM -PKR - KTM

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