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Annapurna Base Camp Trek
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek, located at the height of 4130 m from the sea level is one of the most popular and classic trekking routes. It is known for its diverse topography, a wide variety of flora and fauna, and culture complete with rich mountain vistas and eccentric Gurung villages. This region provides the finest and beautiful view of Annapurna I (8091 m.), Mt. Fang (7647 m.), Gangapurna (7454 m.), Annapurna South (7273m.), Mt. Fishtail (6997 m.), Glacier Dome and hundreds of mountains and peaks. Mt. Annapurna (8091 m) is the tenth tallest peak across the world. Annapurna base camp trek is one of the delightful adventures that let you explore culturally rich villages, beautiful green valleys and hills, a forest of swarming Rhododendron, flowery slopes, pasture lands and river gorges with a most beautiful view of sunrise and sunset views of the Himalayan range.
You will reach Annapurna Base Camp through Mt. Machapuchhre (Fishtail) which is admired by the Nepalese for its elegant prettiness. Annapurna Base Camp trek is well-received by various travelers such as the outdoor devotees, solo female traveler, and hikers exploring in groups to Nepal. Annapurna region is also a conservative area where you can witness different rare wild animals like snow leopard, musk, deer, etc. in the forest of rhododendron, pine, oak, and many other trees. You can also find Himalayan tahr, yeti, blue sheep, etc. The flowering vegetation along the way consists of many beautiful flowers among which rhododendron and orchid are the major ones making anyone feel like it is the natural garden. You get to explore the unique culture of Magar and Gurung ethnicity who are the indigenous tribes of Nepal’s hillside. There are 2 or 3 natural hot springs on the way to Annapurna base camp which will help you decrease the tiredness and body pain from the journey. And also not to forget the apple pies made by local people that you can find in some of the tea houses. Annapurna base camp trek starts at Nayapul after a short drive from Pokhara. This trek does not require any previous experience. It also gives a wonderful experience of exploring beautiful Lake City Pokhara. This trekking route is popular among people because it is comparatively easier and adventurous than others. There are two distinct trekking seasons. The best months to trek to Annapurna base camp are pre-monsoon and post-monsoon which falls from February to May and from late September to December. It is possible to make the journey in January and early September but the above preferred months are perfect to treks into Annapurna Base Camp. Most people prefer February, March, November, and December.
But you can also trek to Annapurna Base Camp in December and January and it can be a little cold higher up (-10C/14F to – 15C/ 5F). You also face a problem like dumping snow on the trail at any time of year. You are going to need warmer gear as weather conditions can be more challenging in these winter months.
Fly to Pokhara, Pick up from Pokhara Airport, Drive to Nayapul then Trek to Jhinudada - Overnight at tea house.
After Breakfast Trek from Jhinudada to Bamboo Overnight stay at Tea House.
After Breakfast Trek to from Bamboo to Deurali Overnight stay at Tea House.
After Breakfast Trek from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp Overnight stay at Tea House.
After Breakfast Trek from Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo Overnight stay at Tea House.
After Breakfast Trek from Bamboo to Jhinudada and take hot spring shower and overnight in Tea House.
After Breakfast Trek from Jhinudada to Kimche then Drive Back to Pokhara, Then Back to Kathmandu or Joint another Program.
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- Kathmandu to Pokhara by Car or by Flight as per our Contract.
- Accommodation in hotel/lodge as per contract
- All Food During the Trek (Breakfast, Lunches, and Dinners)
- License holder Trekking guide
- Accommodation, food, insurance, salary, and equipped staff throughout your trekking
- Government charges on the behalf of office site
- Official expenses
- Except for the lunch and dinner explained in the itinerary
- Your travel insurance
- International tickets and airport tax
- Visa fees
- Laundry, cold and hot drinks, and alcoholic drinks
- Trekking and other equipment related to yourself
- Other sightseeing and mountain entrances fees not included in cost include a section
- Tips for guides/porters/other persons
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