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Annapurna Circuit Trekking

General Overview

Trekking in Nepal was started from the Annapurna region about five decades ago. The trekking was introduced by ex Gurkha colonel Jimmy Roberts. While trekking was introduced we had to travel with full of equipment. Such as lodging (tents), foods and all kitchen utensils with plenty of manpower together. These days most of the trekking route has basic hotels. We can trek hotel to hotel and they are able to supply all the basic need for trekkers. Some places along the route we can get some modern amenities too.

Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the most popular and famous trekking routes of Nepal. It is the only trekking route in Nepal where we can enjoy the mountain ranges from four different directions. Eagle Treks and Expedition and its experience guide will try to make this trek easier and memorable for your lifetime.

The Sceneries

Panoramic sceneries of Himalayas, including of the Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Mt. Annapurna I(8091m) Mt. Manaslu (8156 m), Mt. Annapurna II (7937 m.),  the Annapurna III (7555 m),  and Annapurna IV (7525 m), and Annapurna South (7219 m), Mt. Nilgiri (7041m), Mt. Fishtail also called Mt. Machhapuchhare (6993m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6441m), Mt. Lamjung Himal (6986m), Tukuche peak (6920m), and Tilicho peak (7145m).

The Culture and Trip Information

Furthermore, there are the settlements of diverse communities such as the Brahmin, Chhetri, Thakali, Magars, Tamang, and Gurung. Also, this trekking’s trail is rich in wild animals such as Mountain Thaar/ Goat, Leopards, Jackal, birds such as pheasant, long-tail birds among others. We also start this trek form 760 m we can reach up to 5416 m gradually and can also enjoy the dense village on the starting and ending point.

The circuit takes one around the Annapurna Himal, following the courses of two mighty rivers– Marsyangdi in the east and the Kaligandaki in the west. Kaligandaki is the world’s deepest gorge, which flanks with the giant Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalaya range. The flora, geography, and culture also change dramatically around the Annapurna circuit trek.

Weather in the Annapurna Circuit

October – November

This is the most popular hiking season in Nepal. Due to the recent monsoons, everything along the circuit is refreshed, clean and vibrant. Views are usually clear and the night sky is extremely visible. Though the weather is generally warm, nighttime temperatures drop below freezing. This is the busiest period on the circuit and tea houses book up very quickly.

December – March

The winter, coldest and freezing season in Nepal. Depending on the altitude, day time temperatures will be cold and nighttime temperatures drop well below freezing. The tradeoff is that the trails are much less busy. Thorang La Pass, which stands at over 5,000 meters, is often blocked with snow and may be closed for days on end. Unless the snow blocks most trails, tea houses still remain open during this period. Clouds prevail more frequently, but clear days are still common. Towards March the rhododendrons start flowering, which brings hillsides alive with flaming colors. Unfortunately, this period is also when avalanches are most common.

April – May

Because of the warming weather, April to May is the second most popular trekking season on the Annapurna Circuit. Most of the snow has dissipated, leaving crystal clear skies. There is often a strange haze that can be seen from the lower altitudes during May. However, this soon passes and cannot be seen from higher up the trail. As the monsoon period builds towards the end of May, the days become hotter and more humid which makes trekking at lower altitude quite uncomfortable.

June – September

Considered as monsoon season. Although there are stories of torrential downpours, mudslides, and hordes of leeches, this is rarely the case on the Annapurna Circuit, particular the northern section. Whilst the south section of the Annapurna Circuit near Pokhara does get a lot of rain, the northern parts often receive less than 10% of the precipitation due to the location within a rain shadow. The upside of trekking in the monsoon period is that many of the flora species flowers during this period, making the trek exceptionally beautiful.

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Day 01: Welcome at Kathmandu airport and drive to Hotel, short briefing about the programs, dinner. Overnight at hotel on B/B
Day 02: Preparation for Trekking, after breakfast meet the tour guide and visit some heritage sites in Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel on B/B
Day 03: Kathmandu - Besishahar by drive (approx 7 hrs)
Drive Kathmandu to Besisahar (790 m) will be approx 7 hrs. scenic drive by bus whilst if you are taking private transport you may save about one and half hour. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 04: Besishahar - Bahundanda (1310m) 
This day our journey starts from Besishahar.  We just walk along the road to Khudi at 790 m, we then reach the first Gurung village. As we continue the trek from Khudi the trail offers fine views of Himalchuli and peak 29 (Ngadi Chuli). Still follow the road to Bhulbhule at the 825 m, it then goes to Ngadi before reaching Lampata at 1135 m and climb up to Bahundanda at 1310 m. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 05: Bahundanda - Chyamche (1500m)
Today the trail drops steeply to Syange through Ghermu from Bahundanda. We will cross the Marsyangdi river on a suspension bridge to get Syange. We then follow the rivet to the stone village of Jagat before climbing through to Chyamche at 1400m. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 06: Chyamche - Bagarchhap 2160m
The day begins with the rocky trail following the Marsynagdi River steadily uphill to Tal at 1675m. We enter into Manang district today. Tal is the first village of the Manang district. It will be nice walk crossing a wide flat valley of Tal village. The trail then climbs a stone stairway to 1860m till another stairway. The journey continues making up and down to Dharapani at 1890m. There we find a stone entrance Chorten, Mani walls, prayer wheels they are typical of the Tibetan influenced villages from here northwards. We then visit the Bagarchhap at 2160m. The people and their living style will be quite different than previous days. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 07: Bagarchhhap - Chame 2630m
With often rock and rocky, the trail climbs to Timang at 2760m and then continues through forest with breathtaking view of Himalchuli and Manaslu mountain range. The trail will be little bit gradual from Timang to lunch place and further more. We will stop at Thanchok for lunch and continue to Chame after lunch. Chame is the headquarter of the Manang district. We can see beautiful views of mountains from here. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 08: Chame -  Upper Pisang 3300m 
Today we starts through pine and birch forest and steep narrow valley. We will walk through Talekhu and Bhratang  and cross a river on a long bridge. We then walk uphill to Dhikur pokhari through beautiful pine forest. From there the view of the soaring Kuntu Danda  Sworgadwari (heaven's gate) will be just amazing. Afterlunch we will cross small bridge over Marsyangdi river to climb to upper Pisang. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 09: Upper Pisang -  Nawal 3660m
This day we start the trek through pine forest gradually inclined for about one and half hour up to small stream. After crossing the suspension bridge over the stream we will climb up to Gheru at the elevation of 3670 m. We will make small break to enjoy the view of Annapurna mountain ranges. Now the trail comes up and down through alpine pine forest until reaches at Nawal. Which is the ancient fort of Ghale Kingdom. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 10: Nawal - Manang 3500 m 
Today we continue through the drier upper part of the Manang district, cut off from the full effect of the monsoon by the Annapurna range. People of this region, herd Yaks and raise crops for part of the year besides, they also continue to enjoy special trading rights gained way back in 1784. Leaving Nawal, will be descending trail through the Marsyangdi valley meet up the lower trail at Mungji. The southern route by Hongde, with its airstrip, at 3325m involves less climbing than the northern route via Gheru, through there are better views on the trail that follows the northern bank of the river. From Mungji, the trail continues past the picturesque but partially hidden village of Braga at 3475m to nearby Manang at 3500m. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 11: Manang- rest for acclimatization. 
Visit the surroundings. Today we spend a day acclimatizing in Manang. The whole day we spend by doing some fine day walks and over viewing the magnificent views around the village and the day time is best to gain altitude. At the end of the day, we return back to our lodge and have night rest. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 12: Manang - Ledar 4200m
This day we leave Manang and the trail makes as ascent of nearly 2000m to the Throng- La (pass). We make the climb steadily through Tenki Manang, leaving the Marsyangdi valley. Continuing along the Jarsang Khola valley we reach Ledar at 4250m, there we see the vegetation steadily more sparse. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 13: Ledar - Thorung Phedi 4450 m or High Camp 4833 m
The trail descends to cross the river at 4310 m we then climb up to Phedi at 4420 m. At high camp on the elevation of 4850 m, we can recently found some good guest house built. Overnight at lodge on full board.


Day 14: Throng Phedi or High Camp – Throng-La (Pass) 5416m - Muktinath 3800m
The journey from the Phedi "foot of the hill" or at the foot to the 5416 m Thorung-La (pass), begins the day. We then make the climb steeply that is regularly used and easy to follow. However, the problem may arise due to the altitude and snow. It often causes terrible problem to cross the pass if it is covered by snow. About four hours climb to the pass marked by the piles of stones and prayer flags. As you reach the top you are rewarded by the magnificent view from the top. We will enter in Mustang district after the pass. Long way down to Phedi and Muktinath from the top. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 15: Muktinath -Kagbeni 2810m
After crossing high pass of 5416 m now we are stepping down to lower elevations. Your muscle may feel pain full and we are taking ways down to Kagbeni for the first day which is the boarder of Upper Mustang and Lower Mustang. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 16: Kagbeni - Tukche 2600m
It will be nice walk through Kali gandaki valley also known as a windy valley. It will be easy walk then before but you might not like the strong wind after 12 o'clock. This place is also nice settlement of more than 100 houses of Thakali people. It has also 2 monasteries and some apple brandy factories. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 17: Tukche - Ghasa 2100m
Even today our trail follows the bank of Kaligandaki river almost inclined down to Ghasa and it may takes approx 6 hrs of walking. The views of the stunning mountains will be just great. You can see Dhaulagiri, Niligiri, Tukuche peak, Annapurna I and many more mountains. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 18: Ghasa - Tatopani 1167 m
The trail will be mostly down and gradual this day. We will leave Mustang district today. Walking through Rukche Chhahara and Dana will be the highlights of the day.
Today will be special for you because you can enjoy the natural hot spring. This is the place to be fresh up with hot water during the entire tired days of long trekking. Overnight at lodge on full board.

Day 19: Tatopani – Ghorepani 2855 m
Today we will meet our goal after a long up hill from 1167m to catch up with 2855m and also the final day of the up hill as well. It will be approx 7-8 hrs to reach the the Ghorepani. You will enjoy all the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges from here. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 20: Morning visit to Poon Hill to enjoy the sunrise. Ghorepani – Tadapani 2630 m
This morning we start our trek early in the morning to enjoy the sunrise over Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges from the top of Poonhill 3210 m, at the range of 270 degree. After enjoying the all major peaks from Poonhill we will be back to lodge for breakfast and we continue our trek to Tadapani through the rhododendron forest enjoying exotic wildlife and birds. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 21: Tadapani – Ghandruk 1910 m
Today will be the second last day to get city life. You will be exited to get to Pokhara after 2 weeks of trekking, it takes about 3 and half hours to get Ghandruk from Tadapani, we will reach here by lunch time and after lunch we will visit Gurung Museums "Local and ancient things". This is one of richest village on sanitation with full knowledge and awareness and also know as Eco Trekking area. Overnight at lodge on full board.
Day 22: Ghandruk – Pokhara 880m
Today we will walk to Nayapul crossing different villages like Kyule, Syauli and Birethanti in about 4 hours of walking. We will have our final lunch in mountain at Birethanti. We will continue our walk to Nayapul about 4o minutes and drive to  Pokhara. Overnight at hotel on B/B.
Day 23: Drive or fly back to Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel on B/B
Day 24: Final departure to Kathmandu airport or
further program according to your flight schedule.

Note: If the above itinerary does not meet your needs, we can design tailor-made travel plans based on your interest and timing.

"Nepal, the synonym of "Nature, Culture, and Adventure"
once is not enough"

Trips Facts

Country: Nepal
Activities: Tour and Trekking
Start/End: Kathmandu
Destination: Annapurna Circuit (Throng-La)
Trip Price: US $ 1390 per person
Single supplementary: US $ 20 per person per day
Duration: 24 Days
Group Size: Minimum 2
Best Season: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Trip Grade: Strenuous
Walking hours: 5 - 6 hours per day (in the average pace of walking)

"Nepal, the synonym of "Nature, Culture, and Adventure"
once is not enough"


The cost includes:
•  All arrival and departure transport
•  Kathmandu city tour with tour guide and car
•  3 nights accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
•  1 night accommodation in Pokhara with breakfast
•  20 days complete package trekking with guide and porter
•  All land transport on buses and car
•  1 guide and porters (2:1 basis) insured, registered, experienced, salary food
and accommodation paid
•  Annapurna Conservation Area entry permit (ACAP)
•  Three meals a day (Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
•  19 nights accommodation at tea house on twin sharing basis
•  All land transportation

The price will not include:
•  Lunch and dinner at Kathmandu and Pokhara, air ticket (Pokhara - Kathamandu)
• Nature of personnel expenses
•  Nepal visa
•  Bar and beverage bills
•  Personnel clothing
•  Travel insurance and
•  Tips (tips are expected)

"Nepal, the synonym of "Nature, Culture, and Adventure"
once is not enough"

Departure Dates

Start Date End Date Booking Status Remarks
09 - Jan - 24 01 - Feb - 24 Available
23 - Jan - 24 15 - Feb - 24 Available
06 - Feb - 24 01 - Mar - 24 Available
20 - Feb - 24 15 - Mar - 24 Available
06 - Mar - 24 29 - Mar - 24 Available
13 - Mar - 24 05 - Apr - 24 Available
20 - Mar - 24 12 - Apr - 24 Available
27 - Mar - 24 19 - Apr - 24 Available
03 - Apr - 24 26 - Apr - 24 Available
10 - Apr - 24 03 - May - 24 Available
17 - Apr - 24 10 - May - 24 Available
24 - Apr - 24 17 - May - 24 Available
01 - May - 24 24 - May - 24 Available
08 - May - 24 31 - May - 24 Available
15 - May - 24 07 - Jun - 24 Available
22 - May - 24 14 - Jun - 24 Available


Note: If the above dates do not meet your needs, we can design tailor-made travel plans based on your interest and timing.

"Nepal, the synonym of "Nature, Culture, and Adventure"
once is not enough"


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US $ 1390 per person
Above mention rate is per person and required minimum 2 person. Less then or more then 2 person rate will be different.