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Annapurna circuit

Annapurna Circuit trek is Vary ecosystems, diverse cultures, and an ever-changing landscape.

Annapurna circuit

All above Annapurna Circuit trek is Vary ecosystems, diverse cultures, and an ever-changing landscape. Lush, green paddy fields and oak forests, arid deserts and the deepest gorge in the world. It makes this trekking in Nepal one of the most popular treks in the world.

Similarly, Annapurna Circuit has often been a vote as the best long-distance trek in the world. As it combines, in its old full form, a wide variety of climate zones from tropics at 600 m as to the Arctic at 5416 m asl. At the Thorong La pass. And cultural variety from Hindu villages at the low foothills to the Tibetan culture of Manang Valley and lower Mustang.

Continuing construction of a road has short the trail and change the villages. With the construction of the road, mountain biking is becoming popular, with Mustang, in particular, becoming one of the world’s most popular mountain biking destinations. The mountain scenery, seen at close quarters includes the Annapurna Massif.

Tadapani

It is also possible to continue from Ghorepani to Tadapani, Ghandruk, Landruk and then to Phedi. Which follows the old Annapurna Circuit from the time when the road is not yet the extent to Beni. This more faithful variation takes three days instead of the short exit from Ghorepani to Pokhara. A popular addition is a visit to Annapurna Base Camp, ABC. This trail turns to the north from Tadapani and rejoins the old AC at either Ghandruk or Landruk. A visit to the ABC adds about 5 days to the duration of the Annapurna Circuit, slightly less than the normal trek.

Annapurna Circuit trekking offers both low and high altitudes, on the way to the Thorung La (5416m) as well as during the descent from it. Starting from 790 meters, it gives us a chance to explore the Himalayas from bottom to top & from many different angles and perspectives.

Varied ecosystems, diverse cultures, and an ever-changing landscape – lush, green paddy fields, and oak forests, arid deserts and the deepest gorge in the world make this trekking in Nepal one of the most popular treks in the world.

Annapurna Circuit takes you along the bank of a river with a beautiful waterfall on the way. This route provides the chance of exploring the settlement of people, housing style, nearby monasteries, their lifestyle, culture, and tradition.

Annapurna circuit trek provides an excellent view of mountains. such as Pisang Peak and Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Gangapurna glacier dome, Tilicho Himal, Chulu East, Chulu Far East and many more.

Annapurna Circuit trek is Vary ecosystems, diverse cultures, and an ever-changing landscape.
Annapurna Circuit trek is Vary ecosystems, diverse cultures, and an ever-changing landscape.

Short Itineary

Short itinerary

Day 1: Kathmandu Arrival.

Day 2: Drive, Kathmandu – Besi Sahar (760m) – Syanje (1100m).

Day 3: Trek to Tal (1700m).

Day 4: Trek to Danagyu (2300m).

Day 5: Trek to Chame (2670m).

Day 6: Trek to Lower Pisang (3200m).

Day 7: Trek to Manang (3540m).

Day 8: Rest Day / Acclimatization Day.

Day 9: Trek to Yak Kharka (4018m).

Day 10: Trek to Thorung Phedi (4450m).

Day 11: Trek, Thorung Phedi – Thorung-La (5416m) -Muktinath (3800m).

Day 12: Trek to Jomsom (2710m).

Day 13: Flight, Jomsom – Pokhara.    

Day 14: Drive Pokhara-Kathmandu.

Day 15: Departure.

Full Itineary

Full Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival

Our representative will meet you at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu and then transfer you to your hotel. You will be briefed about trekking and each day program. Permits & TIMS will be handover to you either the same day of arrival or the next day.

Day 2: Drive, Kathmandu – Besi Sahar (760m) – Syanje (1100m)

We drive to Besi Sahar in the morning, the starting point for the Around Annapurna (Annapurna Circuit) trek which takes around 4-5 hours. And on the same day, we head to Syanje which takes about 3-4 hours from Besi Sahar.

Day 3: Trek to Tal (1700m)

From Syanje, we trek up to Jagat (1300m) about 2 hours and further continue till Chamje (1430m). Before reaching Chamje, we can see a beautiful huge waterfall. We will be walking along the banks of the River Marshyangdi, then walk through a lush green forest for an hour and reach the village of Chamje. From here we further continue to Sattar (1680m). On treading along a succession of rock-strewn trails, we descend to a grassy riverbank that leads us to Tal.

Day 4: Trek to Danagyu (2300m)

After breakfast, we trek from Tal to Danagyu. We cross the bridge across the Marsyangdi River and continue through the forest of bamboo and settlements like Dharapani (1860m) and Bagarchhap (2160m) which exhibit traditionally built ancient stone houses. We reach Danagyu in about 5-6 hours and spend the remaining day exploring the area: the settlement of people, housing style, nearby monasteries, their lifestyle, culture and tradition and stay there.

Day 5: Trek to Chame (2670m)

Today, we trek from Danakyu to Chame. After having our breakfast, we climb up to the village of Tamang (300-400m above Danakyu), on steep stone steps. On the, way we are able to see magnificent views of Annapurna, Manaslu, and other beautiful peaks. With the view of attractive peaks, we reach Koto (2600m) in no time. From Koto to Chame is about 20 minutes walk on a fairly easy trail. We can spend a few hours dipping tired muscles in the natural hot spring near the Marsyangdi River and rest there for remaining time.

Day 6: Trek to Lower Pisang (3200m)

Today’s walk, we pass through several rivers and climb up-down between them. From Chame, we reach the small settlement ofThakuru (2720m). We cross a bridge to the sparsely inhabited settlement of Bhartang. From Bhartang, we cross Dhukure Pokhari(3060m) where we can find many lodges and then ascend to the floor of the Manang valley and Lower Pisang. A spectacular Rockwall is in view for much of the climb.

Day 7: Trek to Manang (3540m)

We encounter the windy and dry atmosphere of the area which is one of the reasons for the Manang’s popularity. We continue up the valley via Humde (3280m) on a wide and dusty trail accompanied by Mani walls and the views of Pisang Peak and Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Gangapurna glacier dome, Tilicho Himal, Chulu East, Chulu Far East and many more. Then, we cross Braga where we can find old monasteries and head toward Manang.

Day 8: Rest Day / Acclimatization Day

Today is the day for acclimatization rather than going any further. Being active is the best way to acclimatize. We can visit different places, caves, Ice Lake, Glacier Lake, monasteries or simply explore the settlement of Manang. We can choose any option for an acclimatizing day and spend the day at Manang.

Day 9: Trek to Yak Kharka (4018m)

We trek to Yak Kharka early in the morning. You can see Blue sheep, Wild sheep, and Yak on the way. We pass through Gunsung village to reach Yak Kharka.

Day 10: Trek to Thorung Phedi (4450m)

Today, we trek to Thorung Phedi. The houses are made by clay and stone and joint to each other. The path keeps on going up slowly by crossing the innumerable tiny streams, which comes from the Chulu east and Chulu west. We pass through Letdar (4200m) and reach Thorung Phedi.

Day 11: Trek, Thorung Phedi – Thorung-La (5416m) -Muktinath (3800m)

Thorung-La Pass is a long day trek which is why we trek at around 3 am morning. Due to the weather condition, we have to walk early. After the clear weather, there is a magnificent view of Himalayas and will be the breathtaking day as you gaze at the high peaks of the Himalayas. The day is cold as we pass at high elevations which will offer incredible views of the mountains. We pass through Thorung La and descend to Muktinath, a sacred spot to both Hindus and Buddhists, where there are many important temples. The way is a mustang valley to the Muktinath.

Day 12: Trek to Jomsom (2710m)

Today, we trek from the temple Muktinath to Jomsom. The trek continues to drop in elevation as we make our way to Jomsom. We hike down to Jharkot (3550m) to explore the ruins of the original palace of the King of Mustang and a few chortens and monasteries around Jharkot.  After exploring the area for some time, we now walk down to Kaag Beni (2800m). From Kaag Beni, following the old salt trade route, we hike all the way down to Jomsom. We walk along the Kali Gandaki Khola (River) and can find different types of fossil stones on the way to Jomson. The route from Kaag Beni to Marpha (2670m) is very windy. Jomsom is in between Kaag Beni and Marpha.

Day 13: Flight, Jomsom – Pokhara

We fly from Jomsom to Pokhara taking back all the memories and the beautiful times with us and stay at Pokhara for the remaining day. The remaining day is the rest day for us due to the long days trekking.

Day 14: Drive Pokhara-Kathmandu

Drive back to Kathmandu on this day. The evening is free time.

Day 15: Departure

Today is the last day of our memorable trip. You are free until your airport reporting time and we take you to the airport for outbound flight back to your destination.

 

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