Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Nepal

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek via Ghorepani renders the abundant time to gaze the astonishingly alluring peaks of the mighty Annapurna Massif such as Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna South (7,273m), the Glacier Dome, Gangapurna (7,454m), the unclimbed Fang (7,647m), and Machhapuchhre (6,997m). The ABC Trek via Ghorepani makes certain that you have a great time with plenty of fun and splendid understanding of the legacy embracing the natural and cultural heritage that this proud Himalayan nation bear

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Kathmandu, Entwicklungsregion Mitte, Nepal

In Details
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Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,330m)
Today, we will come across each other, outside the terminal hall of Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. After interchanging greetings, you’ll be transferred to your hotel. You’ll be introduced to your trekking guide. You can have a conversation with him and express your queries regarding the adventure you are about to start. It is obvious that the atmosphere of our nation will be very new to you, so we suggest you taking an evening amble around Thamel: the tourist capital and its colourful market observing the Nepalese and their ancient way of living with the modern touch.

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Day 02: Kathmandu Full Day Sightseeing
Today, after a short briefing; we’ll set off for a sight-seeing tour around the Kathmandu Valley. The valley is ancient with many legends surrounding it. It still consists of the people who tend to follow their traditional way of living; thus, providing an opportunity to experience first-hand, the traditional Nepalese lifestyle. Kathmandu Valley comprises of three sister cities. One is Kathmandu itself: the capital city of the country and another two are Lalitpur and Bhaktapur. These three cities are world-renowned for the UNESCO world heritage sites situated within its vicinity and you’ll visit a few of them. You’ll first pay a visit to the sacred Hindu shrine of Pashupatinath, located on the banks of holiest river Bagmati. Thereafter, you’ll visit the sacred Buddhist shrine of Boudhanath and Swayambhunath. The Boudhanath is the biggest stupa structure in the world and is the centre point of Tibetan Buddhism. Meanwhile, Swayambhunath is second to Boudhanath and is nicknamed ‘Monkey Temple” i.e. approximately 200 centuries old. At the end of the day, you’ll visit the Basantapur Durbar Square where you can enjoy the warm sunset with its magical twilight surrounding the whole area. Also, it flaunts the Kaal Bhairav, the Swet Bhairav, living deity Kumari, Freak Street and much more. You’ll know all about them once you visit it.

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Day 03: Drive or Flight to Pokhara (8,30m)
After some breakfast, we’ll set off to the magical city of Pokhara on a private vehicle/tourist bus. The journey takes about 7-8 hours via the Prithvi Highway; depending on the traffic conditions. The highway consists of many twists and turns which can make you feel dizzy and provide you with the experience of travelling on the typical Nepalese highway established on the hillside region. Also, this drive will render you a brief look at the Nepalese lifestyle in the towns outside the valley based alongside the national highway. You will also meet the two ferocious rivers of the country: Trishuli and Masryangdi and observe the turquoise water flowing in it. Besides that, you’ll see the mountain outlooks comprising of snow-capped peaks of the mighty Himalayas.

Or you can take a 30 minutes long fight over the snowscapes of the alluring Himalayas to the city of Pokhara. Once in Pokhara aka the lake city of Nepal, you can visit the renowned lakes of this region such as Begnas Lake, Phewa Lake, Rupa Lake etc. or other landmark sites such as World Peace Pagoda, Davis Falls, Mahendra Cave, and International Mountain Museum or enjoy the adventure sports that the city flaunts along with its natural beauty.

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Day 04: Pokhara to Ulleri (1,690m) via Nayapul (1 hour Drive, 7-8 hours walk)
Today we’ll head from Pokhara to Nayapul on approximately 1-hour drive via private vehicle. Upon arrival in Nayapul, we immediately go ahead with the trekking along the trail, above the Modi Khola. We continue on the trail that passes through beautiful forest embracing blooming flowers of rhododendron to the village of Birethanti (1,015m) where the two rivers Modi and Bhurungdi confluxes. The village comprises small teahouses, shops and an ACAP check-point where we need to show our TIMS and trekking permit. Thereafter, following the trail along the north bank of the Bhurungdi Khola, we make it to Hille (1,495m) and then to Tikhedhunga (1,540m) succeeding a short climb. We continue the journey on the abrupt trail comprising of 3,000 stone steps which take about two hours to climb through; that guides us to the Ulleri village (1,960m).

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Day 05: Ulleri to Ghorepani (2,874m)
Leaving Ulleri, we move upward across the forest encompassing rhododendron and oak as the chief vegetation to Bhantanti (2,250m) where you can observe a mossy waterfall. Then, we trek across Nangethanti (2,460m) and walk through an enchanted fairytale forest all the way to the village of Ghorepani (2,860m) that is situated in the heart of the rhododendron forest. Magar communities are the chief inhabitants of this village. The village also presents us with the astonishing outlook of Annapurna South, Annapurna I, and Dhaulagiri mountain peaks along with the opportunity to learn and understand the native Magar culture first-hand via the residents of the village.

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Day 06: Ghorepani to Tadapani (2,623m) (5-6 hours)
In the morning, after having something to eat; we first ascend up through the forest of blooming rhododendron (Full bloom in the month of April) where we can hear the chirping of birds; then, descend abruptly to the stream; finally making an appearance at Tadapani after an abrupt uphill walk. Along the path are various small shrines and memorials, some of which are quite prepossessing. At the village of Tadapani, we can take pleasure of the vistas that include the snow-capped peaks of Hiunchuli, Macchapuchre and Annapurna South.

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Day 07: Tadapani to Chhomrong (2,170m) (5-6 hours)
After enjoying the alluring vistas at Tadapani, we trek downhill across the rhododendron forest to the village of Chuile and watch the exquisite view presented by Annapurna South Mountains, Macchapuchre, and Annapurna IV along the way. The trail through the forest continues after the Chuile Village. Before we reach the Gurjung village, we can find the stretch of the trail a bit easy. The Gurjung Village is majorly populated by Gurung communities. Subsequently, we continue our trek to the village of Chhomrong (2,170m) which is also chiefly inhabited by the native Gurungs.

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Day 08: Chhomrong to Bamboo (2,310m) (5-6 hours)
We will have some breakfast in the morning and continue with our today’s final destination. We now descend downhill along the trail via the stone steps to the Chhomrong Khola and move across a suspension bridge. Eventually, we ascend upward for about 2 hours through the splendid forest to reach Sinuwa (2,324m). Further Sinuwa, the trail progresses through the lush vegetation that majorly comprises bamboos; leading to Kuldi (2,470m). Afterwards, we proceed downward to Bamboo (2,310m); housing few lodges that are only serviceable during uttermost tourist season.

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Day 09: Bamboo to Deurali (3,230m) (5-6 hours)
Beyond Bamboo, there are no permanent human settlements. We now pleasantly climb up uphill through the appealing forest to the alluring village of Dovan (2,600m). Thereafter, we advance along the banks of Modi Khola past the thriving forest of rhododendron to the Himalaya Hotel (2,920m). From here, we mount an abrupt trail to Hinko Cave (3,170m). Afterwards, the trail becomes even that leads to Deurali (3,230m).

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Day 10: Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m) (ABC) via Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) (3,700m) (7-8 hours)
From Deurali, we start the most daring trek of our adventure on the trail that ascends abruptly upward on the top of the mountainside. While ascending at higher elevations, we can clearly sense the alpine climatic conditions and continue trekking across Bagar. Beyond Bagar, the trail becomes narrow and lead to the Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) (3,700m). Located in the lap of the Machhapuchhre Mountain, MBC renders heavenly panoramic vistas comprising the snow-capped peaks of Macchapuchre and Annapurna Massif that can stun you for few moments. After enjoying those wonderful sights, we ascend further to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). Also known as jewel of Annapurna Base Camp Trek, the ABC flaunts the awe-inspiring 360o view of surrounding snowscapes that include the formidable snow-capped peaks of Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7,219m), Hiunchuli (6,441m), Machhapuchhre (6,993m), Gangapurna (7,455m), Annapurna Fang (7,647m) and many more. This outlook is second to none when compared to anything else in the world and when you observe these angelic mountains covered with the white sheet of snow; you certainly tend to feel like the heaven has fallen on earth. After your senses are back, you will conclude that the praises that other visitors bestowed upon Nepal such as ‘heaven is a myth but Nepal is real’ was indeed befitting to the majestic country!!!

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Day 11: Treks back to Bamboo (3,230m)
As the accommodations are available at ABC, we wake up early in the morning; only to witness the spell-binding moments. “The Annapurna I (8091m): the white gem, steals the spotlight in the ABC when it shines as a massive gold-plated pyramid when the sunrise bestows its rays upon it” is the best the words can narrate those awesome minutes. After imprinting these unforgettable and divine memories in our mind, hearts and of course, in our cameras; we descend back to Bamboo (3,230m).

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Day 12: Trek Back to Jhinu Danda (1,760m)
Today, we trek on the same trail that we followed throughout our journey to Annapurna Base Camp a few days before. The trail will lead us to Chhomrong (2,170m). From here, we will descend all the way to Jhinu Danda pursuing the trail that comprises of quintessential ups and downs adjacent to the lovely hills. Jhinu Danda consists of hot spring within its vicinity that can be accessed through 25 minutes descend along the bank of Modi Khola. There are two hot spring pools and water taps that will help you to brush off your exhaustion. Feel relaxed and embrace yourself for the return trip to Pokhara City.

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Day 13: Treks back to Nayapul and Drive Back to Pokhara (6-7hours walk, 1 hour drive)
It’s the day thirteen and we are close to finishing our trekking adventure. Leaving Bamboo, we trek downward and move across the Kumnu Khola. Afterwards, we continue to trek through numerous ups and downs to New Bridge (1,500m) then to Kyumi Village. From here, we follow the trail and descend downhill to Syaulibazar and ultimately we arrive at Nayapul (1,070m). Subsequently, we take a ride back to Pokhara on a private vehicle that takes about 1 hour. Once you arrive at Pokhara, you can relax and enjoy the best that the ‘City of Lakes’ has to offer.

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Day 14: Drive back to Kathmandu
Today, you will take a scheduled trip back to Kathmandu on a private vehicle/tourist bus via the serpentine Prithvi Highway. The trip covering 200 km utilizes about 7-8 hours depending on the traffic conditions. Again, you will observe the hills enveloped by lush vegetation with the snowscapes as a backdrop. Also, you’ll witness the towns established beside the highway; its lifestyle and domestic markets. On your arrival in the Kathmandu City, you can take pleasure of the services provided by the hotel or you can enjoy your final moments in the country; enjoying the vivid local markets, taking pictures or buying souvenirs. With the Nepali cuisine at the dinner, you can end your adventures in the perfect way possible.

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Day 15: Final Departure
We are thankful that you put your trust on us, to guide you through your adventures in the Annapurna Region. We hope that you are fully satisfied with us and provide us with another opportunity to help you through your other adventures in this Himalayan nation. Today, our representative will escort you to the airport to ensure your safe flight back home.

Cost Detail:

Price of Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is USD $1000.00, 1 Pax

Price of Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is USD $800.00, 2-6 Pax

Price of Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is USD$650.00, 7-20 Pax
Includes
14nights/15 Days Package Trekking as per the itinerary
All the Ground Transportation by Private Vehicles/ Flight/ Tourist Bus as per the Guest need
Professional and friendly Guide/Potter
Staffs’ Salary, Accommodation, food and insurance
TIAMS and Trekking Permits
Welcome Dinner and Drinks
Three meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during Treks
Deluxe Accommodation with Free breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Tea Houses accommodation during the treks
Money Exchange service
Duffel Bagged and luggage storages
Trekking gear (Sleeping Bag, Trekking polls, Down Jacket and Map) return after the trip.
Appreciated certificated after the Trekking
First Aid Service
Rescue Service also available if you need
All the government tax
Excludes
Nepal Visa Fee
International Airfares
Travel Insurance of the clients
Extra night Accommodation and Activities
Tips for the staffs
Dinner, Lunch and drinks in the city
Drinks in the trekking
Personal Expanses (mobile Recharge card, Batteries charger, hot water, shower, extra potters, Laundry)

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About Us On behalf of entire Himalayan Trekking Path family, we extend our cordial Namaste to all the visitors. Welcome to Nepal!!! Himalayan Trekking Path P. Ltd is an eco- friendly trekking and travel operator based in the tourist capital of Thamel. Initiated in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) A.D., the enterprise is led and operated by good-natured, dynamic, and professional trekking guide with a dedicated and well-trained workforce with adequate experience alongside technical proficiency in organizing outdoor activities and adventure treks. Himalayan Trekking Path P. Ltd functions as the real gateway for the adventure enthusiast. We render inclusive services that ideally befits every holidaymaker, from solo female to Group travellers with the desire to explore Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan for trekking, tour, travel, adventure activities, peak climbing and other Himalayan venture. Furthermore, we also empower our clientele with travel information as per their budget and requirements. Not only limited to information, we offer a wide variety of travel packages ranging from private to sharing, budget to luxury, and backpacker to honeymoon; next to hotel booking, and car renting facilities with unparalleled and personalized service; we ensure an incredible and comfortable escapade of the lifetime. In order to comply with the needs and requirements of our clientele; we are affiliated with numerous local enterprises relating to hospitality, tourist bus, private transportation, domestics flight, insurance, emergency rescue and partnered with international travel companies that meet our level of service and motto. We are dearly concerned about safety and satisfaction of our clientele and endeavour to elevate their experience with each one of the trips booked with us. We are regarded as one of the best in the business by our previous circle of clients and recommend us to their loved ones when there is need to prearrange a Himalayan adventure. We understand the responsibilities we bear on our shoulders very well; therefore, we firmly believe in hard work and ‘learning by doing’ so that fulfil the expectations and travel dream of our beloved clients. Himalayan Trekking Path is a forerunner in the travel, trekking, and tour categories; ahead of other corresponding companies in the same sector due to our unique way of visualizing our profession. Considering clients as our idol, we constantly think about their well-being. Moreover, we put confidence in responsible tourism; thus, put our continuous efforts to conserve the nature. What's more, we do offer new travel as well as trek packages in new destinations at the reasonable cost. We are proud to contribute to our motherland through the promotion of tourism that helps to unlock the path leading our unique nation. Email:himalayantrekkingpath@ (Hidden by Airbnb) Web: (Website hidden by Airbnb) Phone/what apps: (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Have a great life!! Thank you!!!
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