• Kali Gandaki, world’s deepest George
  • Awesome Gurung villages such as Ghandruk and Chhomrong
  • Huinchuli, Annapurna South, Gangapurna, Fishtail, and other many mountains
  • Exotic Flora and Faunas
  • Endangered Animals like Snow Leopard, red pandas, Himalayan Thar, and others
  • Breathtaking sunrise and sunset view

About Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek, one of the finest and iconic treks, promises breath-taking panoramic views and thus the potential to see a typical Nepali settlement, local people, including their mode of life in Nepal's Himalaya. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek takes you to amazing and peaceful place, traditional Gurung and Magar villages, dense red Rhododendron, and different lush forests on its path to the trip's ultimate and final endpoint, Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) (13546ft.)

Trek to Annapurna is excellent for all, whether you are traveling for a limited timeframe or with older children: the countryside is stunning, the lifestyle is fascinating, the facilities are pleasant, and the hiking is not too tough.

From the beginning of the hike, the Annapurna base camp trek immerses you in the Mountains. With so many gorgeous big mountains to just see, it's no surprise that this week-long trek is on a lot of person's travel destinations.

The picturesque Machhapucchre (better known as Fish Tail), Mount Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, and some others, could be seen on the Annapurna Base Camp and indeed the Machhapucchre Base Camp.

Beginning from Nayapul then concluding at Annapurna Base Camp, you'll be able to take in the majestic altitudes of massive Himalayan Mountains.

This journey leads visitors via Oak, Pine, Rhododendron, plus greenery rice fields cut with a gemstone layer of snow amongst beautiful hillsides of foggy valleys. The Annapurna Base Camp Trail takes place across a huge proportion of the Annapurna Conservation Area. You'll be hiking out across Modi River to see some of the 7000-8000m ranges.

Furthermore, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek has been one of the Himalayas' most feasible treks. Most people in a reasonable health state will be successful in accomplishing the route without difficulty, and therefore no prior trekking skill is essential.

Trek to Annapurna Base Camp, in a summary, is a common answer among nature lovers across the planet. In addition, if you desire to do a circuit around the Annapurna region, we feature an Annapurna Circuit Trek that would fit your requirements.

Hey, aren't you looking forward to trekking to Annapurna Base Camp? Now is the time to book your trek.

Outline Itinerary

Detail itinerary
  • Day 1Arrival Kathmandu
  • Day 2Drive to Pokhara (820m)
  • Day 3Drive to Nayapul and Trek to Thikedhunga
  • Day 4Trek to Ghorepani
  • Day 5View Sunrise from Poon Hill and Trek to Tadapani
  • Day 6Trek to Sinuwa
  • Day 7Trek to Deurali
  • Day 8Trek to Annapurna Base Camp
  • Day 9Trek back to Sinuwa
  • Day 10Trek to Sinuwa and Drive to Pokhara
  • Day 11Drive to Kathmandu

What’s Included

  • Airport pickup and Departure by private Transport
  • Transfer from Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu by tourist bus
  • 2 night accommodation in Kathmandu in BB plan
  • 2 night accommodation in Pokhara in BB plan
  • Transfer Pokhara to Naya Pull by private transport (before starting trek)
  • Transfer Naya Pull to Pokhara by private transport (after finishing trek)
  • Food and accommodation during trekking in lodges / teahouses
  • English speaking experienced guide
  • Porter(s), generally 1 porter for 2 pax
  • Food, salary, accommodation and insurance for our Nepali staff
  • Annapurna Conservation Fee
  • TIMS (trekking registration card)
  • Service from our office in Kathmandu, Thamel
  • International flight to and from Nepal
  • Any kind of drinks
  • Meals when not in Trekking and drinks
  • Personal insurance and other personal expenses
  • Tips for trekking staff (tipping is expected

Tips & Ideas

When to Trek?

The summer monsoon defines the trekking seasons in Nepal, and our Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek has no fixed timing.

The monsoon season lasts from June to August, therefore most people choose to trek in the spring, from February to May, or in the fall, from September to November.

The greatest times of year to appreciate the perfect blend of warm temperatures and spectacular mountain vistas is in the spring and autumn.

The Annapurna’s can indeed be explored at any time of year, as well as the snow-covered routes in the winter are often just as fascinating and dramatic as the bubble meadows in the summer.

What are the permits required for ABC?

Note down! Once you start your trek from Nayapul, you have to show your permits otherwise you are not permitted to trek in ABC. Here are two permits required for trekking in the Annapurna region.

  • TIMS Card
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit

How difficult is Annapurna?

This journey is intermediate in difficulty and does not need advanced physical fitness levels, therefore everyone may delight and learn from nature strolling during this whole trek. This walk is very delightful for individuals who are vacationing with children. Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp through Ghorepani boosts your immune system to acclimatize to the higher elevation and get fully adapted. Therefore, it is a moderate level of trekking in Nepal.

Food and Accommodation

Throughout our Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we will indeed be able to taste both indigenous Nepalese and so more top foreign cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.). Breakfast and supper will be eaten in tea shops where we'd be sleeping the nights, then lunch will be eaten on the approach to the next place.

We'll be staying at the hotels or lodges in Kathmandu and Pokhara, whereas teahouses along the way. The bedrooms are shared between two guests in each. A single extra of USD 325 will be provided upon request. At lower heights, single rooms are numerous in Kathmandu and indeed the lower heights, but at higher elevations, they may be hard to come by.