US$ 1160 per person
Trekking Region:Annapurana Region
Activity:Trekking and sightseeing
Trek type:Tea House
Accommodation:Hotel, Lodge (Tea house)Show All
Annapurna Circuit Trekking has marked itself as a spectacular trekking in Nepal. It is equally popular by Round Annapurna Trek that connects the Annapurna and Mustang region via Thorong La Pass (5416m), which is the highest Himalayan pass in the world. The gratifying Himalayan sceneries, biological diversities and recurrently shifting landscape of the Annapurna and away from its offer the unique familiarity to get the real content of the outing around Annapurna and a tiny part of the Mustang region.
The elegant two week excursion through the Annapurna Circuit trail begins through the Marshyangdi River Valley that proffers the charming beauty of Annapurna, including the greeneries of forest, waterfalls and the ethnic communities. The Tibetan Buddhism of Manang further justifies the worth of the journey that significantly allures you. The most fascinating part of the Round Annapurna trek lies on the day you cross through the Thorong La Pass to observe the stunning Annapurna white peaks and its vicinity. The arid part of Lower Mustang region is another side of the trek beyond Annapurna. Various places like Muktinath and Kagbeni along with the windy Kali Gandaki valley prospect the attractions of the trekkers. You meet the Lower Annapurna route as you ascend to Ghorepani via Sikha and hike to Poon Hill. Annapurna circuit trekking consistently changes the taste of altitude and geography. Local lodges with continental kitchen have contributed a lot to become this trip as a superb trek in Annapurna.
Adventure Bound Nepal arranges Annapurna Circuit Trekking with a perfectly designed itinerary. Spring and autumn are the best seasons for this trek. Please, contact us for more details about the trek.
Day 01 :Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel.
Day 02 :Drive to Bulbule (923m/3028.2ft).
Day 03 :Trek to Chamje (1410m/4625.9ft).
Day 04 :Trek to Bagarchhap (2160m/7086.61ft).
Day 05 :Trek to Chame (2710m/8891ft).
Day 06 :Trek to Pisang (3240m/10629.9ft).
Day 07 :Trek to Manang (3540m/11614.1ft).
Day 08 :Acclimatization day at Manang.
Day 09 :Trek to Yak Kharka (4120m/13517.06ft).
Day 10 :Trek to Thorung Phedi (4,560m/14960.63ft).
Day 11 :Cross over Thorung La (5,416m/17769.03ft) to Muktinath (3,802m/12473.75ft).
Day 12 :Trek to Jomsom (2743m/8999.3ft).
Day 13 :Trek to Kalopani (2535m/8316.9ft).
Day 14 :Trek to Tatopani (1290m/4232.2ft) Natural hot spring.
Day 15 :Trek to Ghorepani (2750m/9022.ft) Durations: 7- 8 hrs
Day 16 : Early morning trek up to Poonhill and trek down to Nayapul then taxi to Pokhara.
Day 17 :Drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 18 :Transfer to International Airport for your final depature.
Day 01 :Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel.Welcome to Nepal. You will be greeted by the representative of Adventure Bound Nepal and transferred to the hotel. In the evening, we give you a short briefing about the trip overview. Overnight at hotel.
Day 02 :Drive to Bulbule (923m/3028.2ft).From Kathmandu, we take a drive after the breakfast through the Prithvi Highway. The drive offers the sceneries near by the Trishuli and Marshyangdi River valley, green hillside and the terraced hillside. Reaching Besisahar, we take a short break and drive further to Bulbule near Khudi. Overnight at lodge.
Day 03 :Trek to Chamje (1410m/4625.9ft).The first day of the trekking in Annapurna circuit route, we follow the Marshyangdi River bank, crossing numerous suspension bridges. The farming land, forest and waterfalls are the frequent occurring sceneries. The wide Ghermu Phant is breathtaking. Then we pass Syange and Jagat, we reach to Chamje with a steady walk. Overnight at lodge.
Day 04 :Trek to Bagarchhap (2160m/7086.61ft).After the breakfast at Chamje, we begin to trek through the uphill trail, following the Marshyangdi River bank. Passing Sattale, we reach to Tal from where we enter into the Manang region with an official entry. Then the trail goes steeply uphill to the stone staircase and reach to Dharapani, where centuries old chhortens lie. Then we gradually walk ahead to Bagarchhap and rest. Overnight at lodge.
Day 05 :Trek to Chame (2710m/8891ft).We begin to walk after the breakfast through the rocky trail. Passing Timang, we walk through the sub-tropical forest, which steadily leads us to Kopar. Then, we walk all the way easily to Chame, which is the district center of Manang. Another superb chance to enjoy the Annapurna view. Overnight at lodge.
Day 06 :Trek to Pisang (3240m/10629.9ft).The trail from Chame begins through the dense woods. We cross numerous bridges enjoying the valley view accompanied by the snowy peaks on the horizon. Steadily, we reach to the Pisang village, located at the bottom of the Pisang peak. Overnight at lodge.
Day 07 :Trek to Manang (3540m/11614.1ft).The trail from Chame is dominated by the arid landscape. The animal herds and the trekkers give us a wonderful scenario. Selecting the preferred route, we gradually walk to Mungji, which offers the beautiful view of the snow covered peaks. If we walk via Hongde, it is less climbing route and we reach to Ghyaru. Passing Braga of Manang, we reach to the Manang village, a big settlement of the Tibetan Buddhists. Overnight at lodge.
Day 08 :Acclimatization day at Manang.The acclimatization day in Manang, we spend exploring the Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, chhortens and Mani walls. Some of the ancient monasteries and the typical cultural lifestyles of the local people are amazing. We hike further to the Gangapurna Lake and back to Manang. Overnight at lodge.
Day 09 :Trek to Yak Kharka (4120m/13517.06ft).From Manang, we leave after the breakfast, continually ascending through the Jarshang Khola valley. From the stream, we take a steep uphill route and walk along the grazing meadow. We reach to Yak Kharka and take a rest. If you are fit with your energy level, we can go to Ledar. Overnight at lodge.
Day 10 :Trek to Thorung Phedi (4,560m/14960.63ft).Trekking from Yak Kharka begins with a gradual climb up Ledar. Then it goes to downhill continually to the River. Then we climb up steadily all the way to Phedi. Again, if you are fit enough to walk another couple of hours, we trek continually to Thorong High camp. Overnight at lodge.
Day 11 :Cross over Thorung La (5,416m/17769.03ft) to Muktinath (3,802m/12473.75ft).From Phedi, we begin to ascend in the early morning. We cross the high camp and continually climb through steep rocky slope all the way to the Thorong La (5416 meters). The magnificent sceneries of the Annapurna range, Manaslu, Chulu peak and others can be seen. After the photo session, we begin to descend through the steep and slippery trail, all the way to Muktinath, which is a spiritual center of the Hindu and Buddhist devotees. Overnight at lodge.
Day 12 :Trek to Jomsom (2743m/8999.3ft).The prayer bells and the people's movement of the Muktinath temple is wonderful. From Muktinath, after the breakfast, we follow the downhill trail via Jharkot and Lupra. Then we reach the Kaligandaki River, and follow the dusty trail all the way to Jomsom, which is the district center of the Mustang region. Overnight at lodge.
Day 13 :Trek to Kalopani (2535m/8316.9ft).From Jomsom, we trek down through the widely spread Kaligandaki River bank. We reach to the Marpha village and see the apple orchid. It's a long way to walk along the Kali Gandaki River to reach Kokhethanti. Kalopani is a step ahead of it and we take a rest. Overnight at lodge.
Day 14 :Trek to Tatopani (1290m/4232.2ft) Natural hot spring.Descending continually following the River, we pass Lete and Ghasa, enjoying the wonderful Kaligandaki River valley. We pass Kopchepani and trek down gradually to reach Tatopani. The natural hot spring at Tatopani can give you the relaxation and avoid the tiredness of the trek. Overnight at lodge.
Day 15 :Trek to Ghorepani (2750m/9022.ft) Durations: 7- 8 hrsAfter breakfast we walk along the Gharkhola goan and trek uphill through sizeable shikha. The trail is almost uphill through the rhododendron forest with the pleasant sounds of the birds. We continually trek to Ghorepani. Ghorepani is a major stop for trekkers doing all varieties of the Annapurna Circuit, which lies at the base of the Poonhill. Its surrounded by the rhododendron forest. Overnight at hotel.
Day 16 : Early morning trek up to Poonhill and trek down to Nayapul then taxi to Pokhara.Poon Hill is the best viewpoint to enjoy the good morning sunrise over the snowy peaks. Early in the morning, we hike to Poon Hill and enjoy the spectacular moment, taking photographs. Then we trek down to Ghorepani, have a breakfast and trek down all the way to Nayapul via Ulleri and Tikhedhunga. Then we catch a taxi to Pokhara and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 17 :Drive back to Kathmandu.From Pokhara, we drive back to Kathmandu, enjoying the Riverbank sceneries. If you have one more day, Pokhara sightseeing is a recommended thing to do along with the boating in Phewa Lake. Then, transfer to the hotel and take a rest. Overnight at hotel.
Day 18 :Transfer to International Airport for your final depature.According to the time of your flight, our airport representative drops you to the International Airport for your final departure. Thank you for joining us for your trekking in Nepal. See you again.
These itineraries are prearranged by their popularity with our previous guests but can easily be customized to accommodate your own schedule and desire.
We can organize combination packages to explore various regions and attractions throughout the country if you have an interest to explore Nepal further. Popular destinations and activities include: the infamous Chitwan National Park jungle safaris, guided tours through the medieval kingdoms of ancient Nepal , Lumbini (the birthplace of Lord Buddha), mountain flights, world class white water rafting and much more. Let us know what you want and we will make it happen for you.
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