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Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

  • Duration14 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate
  • Max Altitude (4,130m) 13,545ft
  • Group Size 20
  • Starts Kathmandu - Pokhara
  • Ends Kathmandu

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking continues to be one of the most popular treks in Nepal, let alone the world, for a reason. Annapurna Base Camp (4,140m) is a small campsite surrounded by a mighty amphitheater of mountains, including Machapuchhare (6,993m), Annapurna I (8091m), and Hiunchuli (6,441m). The 14-day Annapurna Base Camp via the Ghorepani trek is longer and covers Poon Hill and the Tadpani section as well. If you are looking for a short 5 days ABC trek then the 5-day trek will not cover the Ghorepani Poon Hill-Tadapani route, which is more beautiful.

The Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most beautiful treks that combines trekking in the majestic scenery with experiencing a variety of cultures from numerous ethnic groups, unmatched by any other trek in Nepal. The trek begins with lowland villages and lush green rice terraces. The ethnic villages of Ghandruk and Chhomrung are the most well-known localities in the region. The Gurung and Managi villages will give you a special opportunity to see the ethnic lifestyle and cultural riches of the Himalayas. Observing and mingling with the locals can be the most rewarding experience during the trek and is the highlight for most trekkers. As you continue to climb the high mountains, pastures, and terraced fields, deep forests of oak, bamboo, and rhododendron trees come alive.

At the high point of your journey, the trail across glacial moraines leads you into the sacred Annapurna Sanctuary, from where you will see undeniably beautiful and unimaginable panoramic imagery of the serene surroundings. See the magnificent sunrise and sunset upon these incredible mountains for a photo opportunity of a lifetime.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek provides typical tea house accommodations run by the local people. Soak up your sore muscles in the natural hot springs as we descend from the high mountains. To make your journey simple and affordable, there are fixed departure dates available for Annapurna Base Camp trekking in 2024 and 2025 below.

Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  • Spectacular Mountain Views: Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Annapurna mountain range, including Machapuchhare, Annapurna I, and Hiunchuli. The trek offers breathtaking views of these majestic peaks throughout the journey.
  • Cultural Immersion: Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the region as you pass through ethnic villages like Ghandruk and Chhomrung. Interact with the friendly locals and get a glimpse into their traditional lifestyle and customs.
  • Diverse Landscapes: Trek through diverse landscapes, starting from lowland villages and lush green rice terraces. As you ascend, you will encounter deep forests of oak, bamboo, and rhododendron trees, adding to the natural beauty of the trail.
  • Annapurna Sanctuary: Reach the sacred Annapurna Sanctuary, a small campsite surrounded by towering mountains and glacial moraines. Witness the serene surroundings and capture stunning panoramic views of the Annapurna region, especially during sunrise and sunset.
  • Tea House Accommodations: Stay in comfortable tea houses run by local communities, providing an authentic experience and a chance to support the local economy.
  • Natural Hot Springs: After descending from the high mountains, take a relaxing dip in the natural hot springs to soothe your muscles and rejuvenate.
  • Flexible Itinerary: The trek offers various options for the duration, including shorter 5- to 6-day treks, making it suitable for different preferences and time constraints.

Pokhara is a well-liked tourist destination, renowned for its breathtaking vistas of the Annapurna Range and its various adventurous sports, including paragliding, whitewater rafting, and hiking.

Best Time and Season For ABC Trek

The best time for the Annapurna Base Camp trek is autumn (September–November) or spring (March–May).

  • Autumn is the most popular time because of the clear skies and moderate temperatures.
  • Spring is the second-most popular time because of the blooming flowers and wildlife.
  • Winter and monsoons are less popular due to the unpredictable weather.

How hard is the Annapurna Base Camp Ghorepani Trek?

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a popular choice for trekkers of all levels, thanks to its stunning scenery and moderate difficulty. Even if you're not in peak physical condition, you can still enjoy this trek with proper preparation and planning. The trail is well-maintained and easy to follow, with only a few steep sections. However, it's important to be aware of the altitude and take it slow at first. Altitude sickness can be a serious problem, so it's important to acclimatize properly by taking rest days and drinking plenty of water.

With a little bit of effort, anyone can enjoy the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Just be sure to listen to your body and take breaks when you need them. And most importantly, have fun!

Nepal Trek Gears List

Make sure you have a proper packing list for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. You won't be able to buy anything you need on the trail, so pack all the essential gear and equipment. You can buy in Kathmandu or Pokhara if you forget or want to buy in Nepal. Follow the link

  • Trekking gear for Nepal Trek (ABC TREK)

Travel Insurance for ABC Ghorepani Trek

While trekking to Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal, travelers should have insurance coverage. Although Nepal is a highly secure country in general, trekking is a physically demanding and often dangerous activity, particularly on high-altitude treks and adventures.  Altitude sickness is frequent during trekking in Nepal, especially among foreign trekkers who may not have allowed enough time to acclimate, and physical harm is conceivable on the steep mountain trails. In such circumstances, helicopter rescues and transports of foreign trekkers to Kathmandu hospitals are common. These rescue operations and following medical treatments are costly, and tourists will have to pay for these treatments out of pocket if they do not have insurance coverage. We recommend WorldNomads Travel Insurance 

Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost 

1 Person2 Person
1459 USD Per Person998 USD Per Person



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The Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Trek Itinerary for an unforgettable adventure that combines stunning mountain vistas, cultural immersion, and diverse landscapes, all while staying in local tea houses and enjoying the natural hot springs. Connect with Day Tours Nepal tour experts for more details and to customize your trekking experience. Adventure Starting and Ending in Pokhara: Begin and end your trek in the vibrant city of Pokhara, where you can further extend your holiday and explore its attractions and activities.

Kathmandu is Nepal's capital and a city of World Heritage sites. Our team will be waiting at the airport to transfer to your hotel. Day Tours Nepal Tour officer will meet you and greet you at the hotel for further plans for Annapurna Base Camp Trek preparation.

  • Max. Altitude: (1,350m) 4,428ft
  • You will visit: Kathmandu

Day Tours Nepal Cultural tour expert will meet you at 9; 00 am in your hotel to explore the ancient’s kingdoms of Kathmandu. A sightseeing tour will be 5 hrs and after returning back to the hotel Day Tours Nepal Trekking guide will meet you. The trekking guide will give you a briefing about the Annapurna Base Camp trek plans and a short introduction about the places you will be visiting. Evening welcome dinner with Day Tours Nepal Team.

  • Max. Altitude: (1,350m) 4,428ft

Day Tours Nepal trekking guide will come to your hotel with a private car to receive you. A scenic drive starts after your breakfast, on the way we will stop for a break. If you want to stop for Rafting (option) then we will pass through the most popular Trishuli River. Sometimes traffic may make your travel longer but after clearing Kathmandu road will be smooth towards Pokhara. Check-in at your hotel and the evening is free for walking around Fewa Lake. Our guide will help you and show you the places around you. It's nice to stay by the Fewa Lake for mountains, sunset, and evening views.

  • Max. Altitude: (827m) 2,713ft
  • You will visit: Pokhara

After savoring a delicious breakfast at 7:00 am, we will begin our day's adventure. Our first destination is Ulleri Village, which we will reach by driving for approximately 2-3 hours from Pokhara. The road to Ulleri is partially paved and partially off-road, but rest assured, it is a safe and scenic drive.

Upon arrival at Ulleri Village, we will commence our Ghorepani ABC trek. Prepare to be enchanted as we embark on a picturesque walk through lush forests, alongside streams and rivers, passing by charming waterfalls and small local tea houses. Along the way, you will catch glimpses of the majestic Mt. Fishtail from Banthanthi. However, once we reach Ghorepani, you will be awe-struck by the sight of towering mountains resembling giant mushrooms.

If you're feeling energetic and up for it, you can consider visiting Poon Hill in the evening for a mesmerizing sunset. The walk to Poon Hill from Ghorepani takes around 45 minutes, so be sure to consult with your guide and assess your energy levels. However, keep in mind that we have an exciting plan for a sunrise excursion at Poon Hill in the morning.

Prepare for an incredible day of trekking, surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty and unforgettable mountain vistas.

  • Max. Altitude: (2,874m) 9,429ft
  • You will visit: Ghorepani
  • Walking Hour: 5 hrs

Rise and shine around 5:00 am to witness the breathtaking sunrise and mountain vistas at Poon Hill. Our knowledgeable guide will accompany you on this memorable excursion. Please note that the trail to Poon Hill involves walking up a series of stairs, so if you have any knee issues, it's advisable to carry hiking poles for support. The walk to Poon Hill from Ghorepani takes approximately 45 minutes. As you reach the summit, prepare to be captivated by the panoramic views of Mt. Fishtail, the Annapurna Ranges, the Dhaulagiri Ranges, the Tukuche Peak, and the stunning landscapes that unfold before you. Take your time to soak in the beauty and tranquility of this magical moment.
After the sunrise experience, we will hike back to Ghorepani for a well-deserved breakfast. Recharge your energy with a delicious meal before we continue our trek toward Tadapani. The initial part of the hike from Ghorepani to Deurali involves a gentle uphill climb, but as we progress, the trail becomes relatively flat and even downhill. Towards the end, there is a final uphill section that takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. Once we reach Tadapani, prepare to be rewarded with a golden view of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and the iconic Fishtail Peak. Marvel at the majestic mountains that grace the horizon and embrace the serene ambiance of Tadapani.
Take your time to immerse yourself in the beauty of the surroundings and capture cherished memories of this remarkable journey.

  • Max. Altitude: (2,590m) 8,497ft
  • You will visit: Tadapani
  • Walking Hour: 6-7

From Tadapani, our journey continues as we descend steeply through the lush rainforest, passing through charming mountain villages along the way. This section of the trek will take a few hours as we gradually descend by 700 meters (2,296 feet). It's important to note that during this part of the trek, there is a possibility of encountering leeches, so it's advisable to stay vigilant and take necessary precautions.
As we reach a bridge located at an elevation of 1,900 meters (6,233 feet), our path takes a sharp uphill turn towards the Gurung village. Here, we will take a refreshing tea break in Gurjung before embarking on a 3-hour uphill hike to Chhomrung. Situated at an elevation of 2,170 meters (7,119 feet), Chhomrung will be our resting place for the night at a cozy lodge. The hike today will be approximately 5 hours, covering a distance of 11 kilometers (6.9 miles).
Embrace the scenic beauty of the surrounding landscapes, immerse yourself in the local culture, and relish the tranquility of Chhomrung as you prepare for another day of adventure on this remarkable trek.

  • Max. Altitude: (2,170m) 7,119ft
  • You will visit: Chhomrong
  • Walking Hour: 5-6

On this day, we will embark on a trek from Chhomrung to Dovan, situated at an elevation of 2,500 meters (8,202 feet). The journey will take approximately 5-6 hours, offering a mix of challenging terrains and breathtaking scenery.
The trail begins with a steep descent down a series of stairs, leading us to the Chhomrung Khola river. We will cross a suspension bridge located at 1,900 meters (6,233 feet) and then start ascending again, climbing uphill on a set of stairs towards Sinewa at 2,340 meters (7,677 feet). Along the way, we will pause for a refreshing cup of tea, allowing us to recharge and soak in the surroundings.
The trail continues with a gradual ascent, taking us to Khuldighar, where we will traverse a combination of mixed terrains, including both gradual trails and steep steps. As we navigate through this diverse landscape, we will eventually reach Bamboo at 2,300 meters (7,546 feet). Here, we bid farewell to the dense forest and begin a steep descent, leading us to the picturesque village of Dovan, situated at an elevation of 2,505 meters (8,218 feet). We will spend the night at a comfortable lodge, immersing ourselves in the tranquil ambiance of this mountainous haven.

  • Max. Altitude: (2,500m) 8,202ft
  • You will visit: Dovan
  • Walking Hour: 5-6

Today's trek will cover a relatively shorter distance as you make your way from Dovan to Deurali. The total distance between the two is approximately 6.7 kilometers, and Deurali is perched at an elevation of 3,230 meters.
As you set off on the trail, you will be enchanted by the enchanting surroundings of bamboo forests and vibrant rhododendron trees in full bloom. The trail will guide you towards the Hinku ridge, where you will gradually ascend to reach the peak and ultimately arrive at Deurali. Throughout this section of the trek, the soothing presence of the Modi River will accompany you, flowing alongside the path and providing a serene backdrop to your journey.
Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the bamboo forests, admire the colorful blossoms of the rhododendron trees, and let the rhythmic flow of the Modi River guide you towards Deurali. As you ascend the Hinku Ridge, be prepared to witness breathtaking views and embrace the sense of accomplishment that comes with conquering each step of this remarkable adventure.

  • Max. Altitude: (3,230m) 10497ft
  • You will visit: Deurali - Annpurna Base Camp
  • Walking Hour: 4-5

Today marks the culmination of your journey as you finally reach the magnificent Annapurna Base Camp. The day begins with a gentle climb through the trail, which then descends steeply along the mountainside. As you trek further, you will soon arrive at Machhapuchhre Base Camp, where you are greeted with a breathtaking panoramic view. From this vantage point, you can marvel at the majestic peaks of Hiunchuli (6441m), Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna III (7555m), and the surrounding mountains.
Continuing on, you traverse through sparse vegetation, steadily making progress toward your destination. After approximately two hours, you arrive at the pinnacle of your trek, the Annapurna Base Camp, situated at an altitude of 4,130 meters. Here, in the lap of this awe-inspiring mountain range, you are rewarded with a spectacular sight. As the sun ascends the sky, its golden rays illuminate the vertical south face of Annapurna, creating a mesmerizing display of light and shadow. Standing at the foot of the world's 10th-tallest mountain, you can't help but feel a profound sense of awe and tranquility.
Take a moment to soak in the serene beauty of the surroundings, relish the accomplishment of reaching this remarkable destination, and embrace the enchanting experience of witnessing nature's grandeur at its finest. The Annapurna Base Camp is a place where dreams merge with reality, and the memories forged here will last a lifetime.

  • Max. Altitude: (4,130m) 13,545ft
  • You will visit: Annapurna Base Camp
  • Walking Hour: 6

Get ready for another breathtaking day of mountain views! Wake up early to witness the mesmerizing sunrise over the majestic Annapurna mountain range. This region is renowned for its unparalleled beauty and offers incredible vistas of Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Glacier Dome, Tent Peak, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, and the iconic Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) Peak. The changing light illuminates the mountains and glaciers, creating a truly awe-inspiring sight.
After soaking in the mountain views, we will pack our bags, have breakfast, and begin our trek from Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) towards Bamboo at an elevation of 2,300m/7,546 feet. Today's trek will be longer, lasting approximately 6 hours, as we retrace our steps along the trail. The descent takes us down 1,830m/5,577 feet, following the banks of the Modi Khola River until we reach Bamboo. We will spend the night at a lodge in Bamboo, reflecting on the incredible journey so far.

  • Max. Altitude: (2,300m) 7,546ft)
  • You will visit: Bamboo
  • Walking Hour: 7-8

Make the most of your last day on the ABC trek by starting early and setting out toward the hot springs. Today's destination is Jhinu Danda, located at an elevation of 1,740m/5,709 feet, and the trek will take approximately 5 hours. We will retrace our steps through the enchanting rhododendron and bamboo forests, enjoying the familiar trail.
As we descend from Chhomrung, the trail becomes quite steep until we reach Jhinu and the Hot Springs. Upon arrival, we will settle into the nicest lodge in the village and savor a delicious lunch. Afterward, we will make our way to the river's edge to indulge in the rejuvenating hot springs, offering a perfect opportunity to relax and unwind.

  • Max. Altitude: (1,740m) 5,709ft
  • You will visit: HotSpring -JhinuDanda
  • Walking Hour: 6

Savor a final hearty mountain breakfast and prepare for a leisurely walk of 20-30 minutes. After crossing the Jhinu Bridge, we will embark on an exciting Jeep drive to Pokhara. Once we arrive, we will check into our hotel and have some free time to relax and enjoy the serene surroundings. In the afternoon, we will head out for a delightful boating experience on the tranquil lakes of Pokhara.
To add to the day's tranquility, we will visit the iconic Peace Stupa, perched atop a hill and offering panoramic views of the city and the majestic Annapurna range. Take in the serenity and beauty of this sacred place before returning to our hotel. Enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure, reflecting on the incredible journey you have just completed.

    At around 11 in the morning, you will catch your flight back to Kathmandu. Our team will assist you in transferring to Pokhara Airport for your departure. Once you arrive at the Kathmandu domestic airport, our staff will be there to receive you and transfer you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

    You will have some free time upon arrival in Kathmandu, allowing you to unwind and relax after your journey. Take this opportunity to explore the city at your own pace, indulge in some last-minute shopping, or simply rest and rejuvenate at your hotel.

    In the evening, we will gather for a memorable farewell dinner, where you can enjoy delicious Nepalese cuisine and reflect on the incredible experiences and memories you have made during your trip.

      Transfer to the airport on your flight schedule.

        Cost Details
        • Full Board (breakfast, lunch, and Dinner) in Trekking
        • Accommodation during the trek (local lodge).
        • Government-registered local expert guide,
        • Porters to carry trekking bags.
        • Necessary trekking permits and government taxes.
        • In cities (Kathmandu and Pokhara), accommodation includes breakfast.
        • Guided tour of the city.
        • Farewell dinner.
        • Equipment and clothing for porters and staff.
        • Insurance for all staff and porters.
        • Transportation and Flight tickets as per itinerary
        • First Aid Kit for Annapurna Base Camp Trek
        • Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Map for Each Member
        • Salary, allowances, expenses and insurance for all staff, including porters
        • Nepal visa: Multiple Entrée 30 Days, USD 40
        • Lunch and dinner during hotel stay in Kathmandu / Pokhara
        • Personal gear and clothing (available on hire)
        • Tips for guide and porters
        • Table drinks, snacks, personal insurance, and medical evacuation in case of emergency.
        • Expenses incurred due to accidents, landslides, strikes, political unrest, etc.
        • International airfare and airport taxes, excess baggage charges, etc.
        • Entrance fees during the sightseeing in the city.

        Dates & Prices

        The cost of Annapurna Base Camp via Ghorepani is per person and does not include single accommodations during the trip. The group departure dates are listed below. Please remember that these are only a few examples and that there may be other departure dates available. The easiest method to learn about specific departure dates is to contact us.

        Good to know

        Festivals and Events in Nepal

        We are suggesting some of the biggest and most interesting festivals of Nepal, which are celebrated in the capital city of Kathmandu and in various parts of Nepal. You can plan a Nepal vacation or the Annapurna Base Camp Trek accordingly so you can experience more Nepalese cultures and participate in the festive events.

        Dashian Festival "Inside Nepal"

        The longest and most significant celebration in Nepal is Dashain. The ten-day event honors the triumph of good over evil. Equal numbers of Hindus and Buddhists participate in the holiday. Dashain is a time for gathering with family and friends to rejoice. It's a joyful, peaceful, and joyful time. Dashain Festival Dates: October 10, 2024–October 15, 2024

        Indra Jatra Festival, Kathmandu

        Indra and his mother, Dagini, are honored during the eight-day joyful festival of the Newari community in the Kathmandu Valley in order to obtain their blessing for the upcoming harvest. The chariots of the living goddess Kumari, Ganesh, and Bhairav will be the main attractions of the festival, as will the Lakhey and many cultural mask dances around Kathmandu Durbar Square. Lord Indra is a particularly revered deity in Hindu societies where a good harvest is crucial since he has an avatar as the god of rain. The festival will run from September 17, 2024, to September 21, 2024.

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        Accommodation During the Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

        There are teahouses along the Annapurna Base Camp Ghorepani Trek where you can stay overnight. We don't need to carry tents or expedition gear. The teahouses are basic, but they provide comfortable beds and hygienic food.

        Essential Trekking Gear and Equipment For Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Trek

        You will need essential gear, equipment, and clothing for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. One porter will carry luggage for two people, so the luggage weight limit is 10 kg per trekker. We recommend you partner with another trekker and pack your and your partner's luggage in a duffle bag. You can store your extra luggage at your hotel, which is safe, or you can store it in our office.


        • Sun hat
        • Winter hat or insulating hat
        • Headlights
        • Face
        • Sunscreen
        • UV protection Sunglasses


        • Gloves depending on the season.


        • Hiking shirts
        • Long-sleeved shirt
        • Fleece jacket: 1
        • Lightweight cotton pants
        • T-Shirt
        • Polypropylene underwear
        • Down jacket
        • Waterproof jacket and pants


        • Hiking Boots
        • Thick wool socks and thick, light socks
        • Flip-flop

        Essential gear

        • Daypack 20/30 Liter
        • Water bottle and camel water bag: helpful
        • Water purification pills
        • Trekking pole
        • Sleeping bag (-15 bag is best in high-altitude trekking)


        • Medium-size drying towel
        • Toothbrush
        • Toothpaste
        • Deodorant floss
        • Wipes

        Extra items

        • First aid kit
        • Notebook and pen
        • Camera: lenses

        Helpful Tips 

        • Get in shape before you go. The ABC Ghorepani trek is moderate, but it's still important to be physically fit.
        • Drink plenty of fluids. It's important to stay hydrated, especially at high altitudes, with at least 3 to 4 liters of water.
        • Eat a balanced diet. Pack plenty of snacks and drinks for the trail, and eat regular meals at the teahouses even if you don't feel like eating.
        • The weather can change quickly in the mountains, so be prepared for rain, snow, or sun.

        Who will be my trek guide for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

        You will be walking with a highly experienced mountain sherpa guide who can speak English. If you want a guide in another language for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, such as German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese, or Korean, please let us know, but there will be an additional cost.

        Annapurna Base Camp Trekking FAQs

        • The trek is considered moderate in terms of difficulty. While it does involve some steep ascents and descents, it is achievable for people with a good level of fitness and trekking experience

        • Yes, you need two permits for the Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Trek: The Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. These permits will be issued by the company once you book the Trek package.

        • Altitude sickness can be a concern on the trek, especially as you reach higher elevations. It is important to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and listen to your body. Having rest days during the trek helps in acclimatization. But let's not forget toddler has successfully completed the ABC trek a few years back. 

        • Yes, tea house accommodations are available along the trekking route. These are basic lodges that provide meals and a place to sleep. They offer a glimpse into the local culture and are run by the local communities. Ghorepani has a fancy guesthouse with attached bathrooms. 

        • Yes, it is highly recommended to hire a guide and porter for the trek. A guide can provide valuable information about the route, ensure your safety, and assist with any issues that may arise. A porter can help carry your heavy backpack, allowing you to trek comfortably.

        • Yes, it is possible to do the trek independently. However, from May 2023 there is a new rule, and must join with the company to get the trek permits. Hiring a guide or joining a guided trek is recommended for a safer and more enjoyable experience, especially for first-time trekkers.

        • Yes, cellular networks can be found on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek's trekking routes. The majority of the little towns and trails have Ncell or NTC network connectivity. Also, most of the tea houses have WIFI so you will not away from your family and friends.

        • You will be in good hands with our expert trek guides, who have years of trekking experience in Nepal. But book in advance, last minute booking might be tough for us to get the best guide. Our guides are all locals who know the mountain, its people, culture, health, hygiene, and, most importantly, your safety. Throughout the journey, they will effectively communicate with you. Our guides are enthusiastic about their jobs and will guarantee that you have a safe and enjoyable journey. If you want your own language guides then let us know we have guides with different languages but cost slightly extra.

        • Each trekking day includes three healthy meals. Breakfast and dinner are usually served at the same lodge where you will spend the night. Lunch will be served along the walk at teahouses or small restaurants. You are free to select your meal from the menu whenever feasible; they will serve you fantastic food items - our leader ensures that you are provided with the appropriate food. A nutritionist-designed balanced diet of complex carbs, proteins, and fats is included in the meals. Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) trains the chefs in hygienic food preparation and allergy safety. Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and kosher diets can be arranged with advance notice if necessary.

        • Spring (March-May): Warm days with cold nights and early mornings. Daytime temperature: 17-20°C (63-68°F). 

          Summer (June-August): Monsoon season with torrential rainfall, thunders, and humid days. Daytime temperature: 20-25°C (68-77°F). 

          Autumn (September-November): The most recommended season to trek to Annapurna Base Camp. Stable and reliable weather. Daytime temperature: 15-17°C (59-63°F). Nighttime temperature: 5-7°C (41-45°F). 

          Winter (December-February): Cold weather with daytime temperature varying from 9-17°C (48-63°F). Nighttime temperature can get very cold, sometimes below 0°C (32°F). Favorable for enjoying snowfall and breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains


        • No way! Except for certain portions of the trail during adverse seasons, the Annapurna Base Camp hike is completely safe. Trekkers who hike up to 4,130m (13,550 feet) to the base of the world's tenth tallest mountain are vulnerable to high-altitude sickness if they do not get enough acclimatization. However, the long-term impact of the sickness is comparable to the Everest Base Camp hike.

        • No. Normally, oxygen is not required because our Annapurna Base Camp trek via the Ghorepani route allows for proper acclimatization. But if you want to take Diamox consult with your personal doctor before. However, we will be carrying the necessary first aid kit and Diamox as well.

        • Beginners who are trekking in the Himalayas for the first time may consider the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Anyone with a normal level of fitness and the ability to walk 5 to 6 hours per day is welcome to join.

        • Treks higher than 5,000 meters are generally considered difficult. As a result, the climb to Everest Base Camp is significantly more challenging than the journey to Annapurna Base Camp. Higher elevations have decreased oxygen levels, making climbs very strenuous. Higher elevations also have lower temperatures.


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