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Annapurna Base Camp

One of the best treks in Nepal!
16 day trip with 12 day trek
TripCode: ANC03

Annapurna Base camp or Sanctuary 

The Annapurna range is a vast massif of several peaks above 7,000m, part of the range that forms a natural amphitheater known as the Annapurna Sanctuary. It is surrounded by giants such as Annapurna I, Glacier Dome, Gangapurna, Fang and the sacred Machhapuchhare, popularly known as Fish Tail. We visit the stunning viewpoint of Poon Hill and descends to the Modi Khola valley, through the gates of the Sanctuary Chhomrong. Passing directly below Machhapuchhare, we have a couple of days to explore the amphitheater before returning to Pokhara via a different route. This is a fairly strenuous alpine trek that gives the fitter walker close-up and unbeatable mountain views.

Trip highs
• 360-degree mountain views
• Stunning sunrise views from Poon Hill
• Pristine natural gorges and waterfalls

Annapurna Base camp, best of Annapurna!

 Itinerary outline

Day01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day02: Optional heritage sightseeing tour
Day03: To Nayapul via Pokhara
Day04 – Begin trek to Banthanti
Day05: Continue to Ghorepani
Day06: Visit Poon Hill and to Tadapani
Day07: To Chhomrong
Day08: To Dovan
Day09: To MBC
Day10: To ABC
Day11: Retrace to Bamboo
Day12: To Jhinu Danda
Day13: To Bhaisi Kahrka
Day14: Pokhara
Day15: Return to Kathmandu
Day 16: The trip ends in Kathmandu

NOTE: Above itinerary can be customized and for more information and detailed itinerary please contact us at these emails: info@nature-treks.com or vimal@nature-treks.com  

Annapurna Base Camp

Trekking
The Annapurnas are located in the center-western area of Nepal. Famous mountains include the Annapurnas, Machhapuchhare (Fish Tail), Hiunchuli and many other mountain peaks.

Trekking days are normally about 6-7 hours long, and can be sometimes strenuous, as you trek to over 4,000m. You begin trekking after a hearty breakfast, stop for lunch in the middle of the day and arrive at the lodge in the afternoon.

Why trek to Annapurna Sanctuary?
The Annapurna Sanctuary offers most astounding views of the Annapurna mountain ranges as you venture into the sanctuary formed by the high mountains all around you. Not only do you see the most magnificent scenery, but you get the chance to glimpse the fascinating and rich local culture of the Gurung villages along the way. This trek is one of the most beautiful and offers fantastic value.

Level of grade – Moderate to Strenuous 
The highest point on this trek is 4,100m. It depends on the level of fitness and determination, but trekking can be quite strenuous at some points, (as it’s known, Nepal is a hilly and mountainous country). However, anybody with some reasonable level of physical and mental fitness can enjoy this walk. This trek is suitable for anybody who wishes to explore village life, see nature and enjoy some of the most magnificent mountains in Nepal.

Food and accommodation
Lodges along the way provide good accommodation and offer a good choice of well-prepared meals. Whilst bedding is available, it is advisable to bring your own sleeping bag, especially during the high season.

Safety/Acclimatization
Safety is our foremost priority. Our staff is constantly alert to assessing the situation to make sure that you are safe and enjoy the trip.

Altitude problems or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) can be life threatening if you ignore it. This is a high altitude trek going over 4,000m and most people will feel the effects of the altitude when going to this sort of altitude, though some people might feel it at lower elevations too. Our trip itinerary has been designed in a way that allows you to have ample time to help acclimatize at high altitude. Our guides are experienced to act accordingly to the gravity of the mountain sickness people might fall victim to. The best remedy for AMS is to go down, as whatever the drugs we use will only buy time only. So never ignore the symptoms and please talk to your guide or tour leader if you have headaches, feel sick or feel off your food.

Best time to trek
This entirely depends on what you are looking for! Nepal is pleasant throughout the year in different ways. Spring and summer are great months (March and April, May) with lots of flowers in bloom, especially rhododendrons in the mountains and hills that look wonderful, even though the sky might not be as crystal clear as during the autumn months. This is the second busiest season to visit mountain for trekking and mountaineering.

June, July and August are wet but the mountains and hills are covered with lush, verdant forest and vegetation. Though this season might be not so good for the mountain views, it is an ideal time for studying and exploring the variety of plants. Very few people travel during this time, so it is a perfect time for anyone who has an interest in exploring the quieter trail, when nature is at its best.

October and November are the best months in terms of settled weather and crystal clear skies which enables clear views of the mountains. This means, however, that the popular trails are almost saturated with the trekkers, which sometimes creates a problem to find a place to stay and eat, especially if one is travelling in a small group.

The winter months of December to February are also good for this trek, provided one is ready to put up with cold weather and snowfall. The mountain views are good and less people trek during this time.

Annapurna Base Camp

Trip COST: US$ 1399 per person on twin sharing basis

Minimum 2 person and maximum 12 person

Cost INCLUDES:

• Kathmandu/Pokhara/Kathmandu tourist bus
• Hotel in Kathmandu & Pokhara on BB
• An English speaking, experienced Nepali tour leader/guide
• Service of one porter for two clients
• Food and accommodation in local lodges during the trek
• Nature conservation fee and TIMS permit
• Staff insurance, staff’s wages and food

Cost DOES NOT include:

Meals in Kathmandu apart from breakfast, private transportation, your travel insurance, your cost of personal nature and cost incur due to any unforeseen events, emergency evacuation, flight charge, airport taxes etc, Rerouting and tipping

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DEPARTURES

2017 Spring/summer

02 Mar– 18 Mar, 09 Mar – 25 Mar , 16 Mar –01 April, 30 Mar – 15 April, 06 April – 22 April, 01 April – 17 April, 27 April– 13 May, 04 May – 20 May, 11 May– 27 May, 18 May – 03 June

2017 Autumn/winter
15 Sept– 01Oct, 22 Sept – 08 Oct, 29 Sept – 15 Oct, 06 Oct – 22 Oct, 13 Oct – 29 Oct, 20 Oct– 05 Nov, 27 Oct – 12 Nov, 03 Nov – 19 Nov, 10 Nov – 27 Nov, 17 Nov– 03Dec, 1 Dec–17 Dec, 08 Dec –24 Dec, 14 Dec–30 Dec

 

What next! Join other great adventures as...
You may consider joining other activities or adventures such as, Chitwan national park nature safari or go white water rafting on Trishuli or Seti rivers before heading back to Kathmandu

Annapurna Base camp, best of Annapurna!

 Itinerary outline

Day01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day02: Optional heritage sightseeing tour
Day03: To Nayapul via Pokhara
Day04 – Begin trek to Banthanti
Day05: Continue to Ghorepani
Day06: Visit Poon Hill and to Tadapani
Day07: To Chhomrong
Day08: To Dovan
Day09: To MBC
Day10: To ABC
Day11: Retrace to Bamboo
Day12: To Jhinu Danda
Day13: To Bhaisi Kahrka
Day14: Pokhara
Day15: Return to Kathmandu
Day 16: The trip ends in Kathmandu

NOTE: Above itinerary can be customized and for more information and detailed itinerary please contact us at these emails as: info@nature-treks.com or vimal@nature-treks.com  

Annapurna Base Camp

Trekking
The Annapurnas are located in the center-western area of Nepal. Famous mountains include the Annapurnas, Machhapuchhare (Fish Tail), Hiunchuli and many other mountain peaks.

Trekking days are normally about 6-7 hours long, and can be sometimes strenuous, as you trek to over 4,000m. You begin trekking after a hearty breakfast, stop for lunch in the middle of the day and arrive at the lodge in the afternoon.

Why trek to Annapurna Sanctuary?
The Annapurna Sanctuary offers most astounding views of the Annapurna mountain ranges as you venture into the sanctuary formed by the high mountains all around you. Not only do you see the most magnificent scenery, but you get the chance to glimpse the fascinating and rich local culture of the Gurung villages along the way. This trek is one of the most beautiful and offers fantastic value.

Level of grade – Moderate to Strenuous 
The highest point on this trek is 4,100m. It depends on the level of fitness and determination, but trekking can be quite strenuous at some points, (as it’s known, Nepal is a hilly and mountainous country). However, anybody with some reasonable level of physical and mental fitness can enjoy this walk. This trek is suitable for anybody who wishes to explore village life, see nature and enjoy some of the most magnificent mountains in Nepal.

Food and accommodation
Lodges along the way provide good accommodation and offer a good choice of well-prepared meals. Whilst bedding is available, it is advisable to bring your own sleeping bag, especially during the high season.

Safety/Acclimatisation
Safety is our foremost priority. Our staff is constantly alert to assessing the situation to make sure that you are safe and enjoy the trip.

Altitude problems or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) can be life threatening if you ignore it. This is a high altitude trek going over 4,000m and most people will feel the effects of the altitude when going to this sort of altitude, though some people might feel it at lower elevations too. Our trip itinerary has been designed in a way that allows you to have ample time to help acclimatize at high altitude. Our guides are experienced to act accordingly to the gravity of the mountain sickness people might fall victim to. The best remedy for AMS is to go down, as whatever the drugs we use will only buy time only. So never ignore the symptoms and please talk to your guide or tour leader if you have headaches, feel sick or feel off your food.

Best time to trek
This entirely depends on what you are looking for! Nepal is pleasant throughout the year in different ways. Spring and summer are great months (March and April, May) with lots of flowers in bloom, especially rhododendrons in the mountains and hills that look wonderful, even though the sky might not be as crystal clear as during the autumn months. This is the second busiest season to visit mountain for trekking and mountaineering.

June, July and August are wet but the mountains and hills are covered with lush, verdant forest and vegetation. Though this season might be not so good for the mountain views, it is an ideal time for studying and exploring the variety of plants. Very few people travel during this time, so it is a perfect time for anyone who has an interest in exploring the quieter trail, when nature is at its best.

October and November are the best months in terms of settled weather and crystal clear skies which enables clear views of the mountains. This means, however, that the popular trails are almost saturated with the trekkers, which sometimes creates a problem to find a place to stay and eat, especially if one is traveling in a small group.

The winter months of December to February are also good for this trek, provided one is ready to put up with cold weather and snowfall. The mountain views are good and less people trek during this time.

Annapurna Base Camp

Trip COST: US$ 1399 per person on twin sharing basis

Minimum 2 person and maximum 12 person

Cost INCLUDES:

• Kathmandu/Pokhara/Kathmandu tourist bus
• Hotel in Kathmandu & Pokhara on BB
• English speaking, experienced Nepali tour leader/guide
• Service of one porter for two clients
• Food and accommodation in local lodges during the trek
• Fee of nature conservation and TIMS permit
• Staff insurance, staff wages and food

Cost DOES NOT include:

Meals in Kathmandu apart from breakfast, private transportation, your travel insurance, your cost of personal nature and cost incur due to any unforeseen events, emergency evacuation, flight charge, airport taxes etc, Rerouting and tipping

—————————————————————————————————————-

DEPARTURES

2016 Autumn/winter
15 Sept– 01Oct, 22 Sept – 08 Oct, 29 Sept – 15 Oct, 06 Oct – 22 Oct, 13 Oct – 29 Oct, 20 Oct– 05 Nov, 27 Oct – 12 Nov, 03 Nov – 19 Nov, 10 Nov – 27 Nov, 17 Nov– 03Dec, 1 Dec–17 Dec, 08 Dec –24 Dec, 14 Dec–30 Dec

2017 Spring/summer

02 Mar– 18 Mar, 09 Mar – 25 Mar , 16 Mar –01 April, 30 Mar – 15 April, 06 April – 22 April, 01 April – 17 April, 27 April– 13 May, 04 May – 20 May, 11 May– 27 May, 18 May – 03 June

What next! Join other great adventures as...
You may consider joining other activities or adventures such as, Chitwan national park’s nature safari or go white water rafting on Trishuli or Seti rivers before heading back to Kathmandu




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