The 300km Annapurna Circuit Trek does not limit only to the Himalayan experience. Still, it provides the view of enormous paddy fields, green forests, and barren landscapes, which is an educational and inspiring experience.
Whichever route you choose or schedule you to follow, the Annapurna Circuit trek is sure to leave you with lifetime memories of euphoria. Throughout the trek, you fear tripping over as you can’t keep your eyes off the peaks and glaciers that shine brighter than the dazzling sun.
The Annapurna circuit trek can be completed by hiking throughout (starting from Nayapul) or taking a jeep from Jomsom. Relishing in the plush forest and mixing up with the Gurung and Thakali people, the trek lets you learn the culture of the Buddhist people, and the slow leisure walk through Dana, Marpha, Kagbeni, etc. helps you acclimatize to face the highest point of the trek.
When you land on your plane, you will go to immigration and be lined up for your visa process. You should prepare one auto-size picture; the visa fee is $30 for 15 days, $ 50 for one month, and $125 for three months’ visas. Then take your visa, go down to claim your baggage, and go out. Our company representative will be waiting in front of the arrival gate for your warm welcome at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu holding Peregrine Treks sign board with your name and 20/30 minutes driving from the airport to the hotel (Thamel),
After arriving at the hotel, take some rest and walk in the tourist market Thamel or visit Peregrine Treks office, depending on your arrival time. We will introduce your guide and briefly explain the trekking itinerary and gears. You will be serving authentic Nepalese food that introduces Nepalese culture and food. Overnight at a three-star hotel.
Food: Dinner included
After breakfast, we start a guided tour to the world heritage site in Kathmandu valley, listed by UNESCO. We visit the historical place Kathmandu or Patan Durbar Square, the sacred Hindu ditty of Pashupatinath Temple where you can see the funeral process of the Hindu Nepalese people nearby the bank of Bagmati river, one of the oldest and most significant Buddhist shrines, Boudhanath stupa in the world and Syambhunath knew as monkey temple where we can see the clear view of Kathmandu valley and Langtang Himal in the clear weather. You will have dinner at a continental restaurant in Thamel, then go to the hotel to prepare your trekking stops. Overnight at three-star Hotel.
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
After breakfast, we start our journey early morning from Kathmandu to Chamje. After 6 hours of driving, we get off in Besisahar and changed our vehicle. The road condition until Besisahar is quite good but after Besisahar has off-road takes about 3 hours. The road passes many villages, terraced rice fields, beautiful huts, river gorges, and cliffs that make you happy. Arrive at Chamje, take a shower, and be fresh. Your guide will provide the best room and overnight at Lodge. It is better to order your breakfast for tomorrow morning because it is easy to prepare for the cooking man to serve their guest in the time.
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
After breakfast, your first-day trek will start crossing many suspension bridges, waterfalls, and rocky cliffs along the riverside forest, including several ascents and descents. Two roads will confuse you after passing Chamje, but you will follow a beautiful trekking path on the right side and cross a suspension bridge, then start a steeper path for about one hour and start a beautiful landscape to enjoy your walking.
You will stop for lunch in the beautiful mountain valley Taal, which is the entrance of the Manang District; beautiful lodges and a waterfall offer some shout before having lunch. Continue your trek to Bagarchap. Targeted walking hours for today are about 6 hours, and arrive at Lodge. Take a shower and come to beautiful small dining to take order dinner. Most trekkers enjoy playing cards with their guide and porter while drinking tea at the dining hall. Our guide serves you dinner, orders your breakfast for tomorrow, and briefs you about tomorrow’s schedule. Overnight at Bagarchap
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner
You will have breakfast and start your trek to Chame for approximately 6 hours. The trails start a steep climb after passing Danaque village, 2 hours more to reach Tamang village with exquisite views of Mt. Manaslu (8156 m) and Neighbor Mountain from Tamang village, will have a cup of tea relaxing with a closer view from here then continue to Chame on the high road along with pine forest then arrive Kotto, where there is police entry point again 20 minutes walking to reach Chame, has first views of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal. You will be close to your staff, so it is accessible to time pass talking and playing a card when you reach the camp.
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner
After breakfast, you will cross the sustentation bridge and see the Tibetan Mani wall and beautiful painting gate where you like to take out your camera to take some shots and then continue your trek. The trails go up through the alpine forest and cross the sustentation bridge, then start a steep path but enjoy your walk on an impressive big black rocky mountain.
You will have your lunch in Dhukur Pokhari or cross it and arrive at Pisang. Your today’s destination is a splendid and closer view of Annapurna and Pisang Peak. You will feel thin air when you rest and start to walk with hard breathing because of the high elevation. If you have time, climb upper Pisang to acclimate your body.
Food: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Today, we start the upper part of Manang District, which is cut off from the monsoon rain by the Annapurna Himalayan range. So we begin to notice a contrast of beautiful landscape and vegetation in this upper part of Manang District. There are alternate trails after passing by Pisang village. On the left side of Marshangdi River is called lower Pisang by Hyude airstrip involves less climbing route and on the right side is called upper Pisang route comparatively steeper and challenging. Still, you enjoy spectacular views of mighty mountains and landscapes from the Braga Tibetan-style village. Both routes come more brutal at Mungi after some walking reach, hidden village Bhraka nearby Manag where we will spend a few nights.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner
Today, after our breakfast, we make some steep walk up to Gangapurna Viewpoint (3800 m) to avoid the mountain sickness in Yak Kharka, Thorong Phedi, and Thorang pass (5416 m) and come back hotel for lunch and take some rest, then go to Himalayan Rescue Association hall at 3 o’clock give some information about high altitude sickness. How do you and your team prepare for Thorang Pass? Come back and spend the night at the same lodge.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner
Today’s walking trail from Manang to Yakkharka offers spectacular views of Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna Iv, and Gangapurna Tilicho Mountain. You can’t stop to take photos even if you are on a breathtaking walk. Today’s trekking course is not far distance, but stroll with your staff teaching your language and culture and learn some Nepali words to make walking easy.
The trails take 3 to 4 hours to arrive at Yak Kharka (4000 m) or go to Leder (4200m) one more hour, depending on your health condition. When you come to the Lodge, keep your body warm, try to move around, and drink plenty of water or Garlic soup to warm your body.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner included
Today also not far distance walking from Yakkharka to Thorang Phedi, just three to four your, but it depends on your health condition into thin air or weather condition. If you are in the winter season, the trekking path is covered with snow and ice. Walking in Iceland is too dangerous, so stroll and try to see blue sheep and yak on the front side of the river. After around 3 hours of walking, you will see the alternate trails not so big a difference. Take the right side path if there is no snow on the course.
When you cross the river, you will face a short climb and follow flat land. There is a rock falling area too dangerous so walk with your guide. You will arrive at Thorong Phedi (4600m) with lazy and tired walking but still, try to drink plenty of water. Have some rest here; if your and your staff’s condition is good, you can climb High camp (4800 m) to make it shorter for tomorrow morning but follow your guide.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included
Today, Thorang La passes (5416 m), one of the highest passes in the world, would be one of the most challenging days of your trekking itinerary. We wake up early morning at 3:30 and start walking at four O’clock if you slept in Thorong Phedi and five o’clock from High camp to avoid windy walking after 11 O’clock.
No Tea houses are on the top, so feel your bottle with hot water and carry a headlight when you start the walk. It is three to four hours of a breathtaking steep walk to the top. Beautiful, spectacular views of the mountain on both sides will offer you to take some shots.
The trekkers have decorated the top with a Buddhist prayer flag and have a small signboard on the top of the pass, “Thorong La 5416 meters”. Some of the trekker’s eyes will cry with the bobbling over of success but don’t take a long time here more possible to get mountain sickness because you still have a long way to descend (1616m) to Muktinath is one of the most famous holy places for Hindu and Buddhist. There are not only splendid and panoramic views of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8172m) Annapurna in front of your eyes, but you also can see a fantastic landscape. Overnight at Lodge
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner included
After breakfast, we take the local Jeep and drive to Tatopani via Jomsom, Kalopani, and Ghasa. It was the trekking camp a few years ago but now better to take a Jeep because of dusty driving, busy roads, and Having to Change Jeep in Jomsom and Ghasa due to the Local Jeep driving community not allowed in one Jeep to Tatopani. There is a unique hot spring to take a bath in natural Savona with a bottle of beer if you like because you are already at 1100 meter elevation. Spend your night in the Lodge.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included
It is better to start early because of the hot weather in this area. The trail leads steeply uphill through the terraced farmland and passes a beautiful Gurung village with Green Mountain nearby and a snow-capped mountain far away. When you give the lunch place Chitre, The trail gradually up through the beautiful National flower Laligurans (Rhododendron flower ).
It takes 8 to 9 hours up to Ghorepani, located at the top of the green hill. This place is closer to Pokhara and Panoramic views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna range, so it is one of the most popular places among domestic and foreign tourist destinations.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included
Panoramic views from Ghorepani are not enough for every traveler to wake up early in the morning, around 4:30, take some water, a flashlight, and a Camera, and then hike up to Poon Hill through the rhododendron forest in the night. It takes about one hour to the top (3210 m) and has a spectacular panoramic sunrise view of the Himalayas.
Every people climb the viewpoint ladder to take photos and relax their eyes, then goes back to Lodge for breakfast and again descent down to the Tikhedhunga to catch a Jeep for Pokhara (Lake Side), where they have star-level tourist hotels and restaurant provides Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Korean, Italian continental food offering picturesque views of Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri and Phewa Lake views. Pokhara is a clean city with a spectacular view, also called the entrance of Annapurna Mountain. Overnight at 3-star hotel, but dinner is not included to choose variety on the last day of long trekking.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included
We drive to Kathmandu along the Prithvi Highway in the morning after your breakfast. It takes 6 hours, approximately 210 km far to Kathmandu. Sometimes could be long traffic Jams entering Kathmandu valley. Arrive at the hotel, and dinner is not included. Overnight at a 3-star hotel
Meals: Breakfast and lunch included
Heavy traffic jams require you to depart three hours before your hotel. Still, suppose you have a delayed flight. In that case, you go souvenir shopping in Thamel street, where the shopkeeper welcome you to sell their things like Pashmina, Carpet, Nepali knives, and Jewelry, or you can visit Peregrine Treks office and donate your trekking boots, Jackets, everything you want then write a comment on our diary. Our airport representative will drop you at the airport in time, then say goodbye and see you next time.
The Thorong La pass (5416m), the highest point, is the main perk of the Annapurna Circuit Trek, which gives you a 360-degree view of the peaceful and dazzling view. The 300km Annapurna Circuit Trek does not limit only to the Himalayan experience. Still, it provides the view of enormous paddy fields, green forests, and barren landscapes, all of which are educational and inspiring experiences.
Passing through the trade route of India, Nepal, and Tibet and following the deepest valley of the Earth through Kali Gandaki River, the Manang valley and its road further await your admiration; there lies the charismatic edges of Nilgiri and the peak of Dhaulagiri, at 26,795 feet, which is also the seventh-tallest in the world. Though the trek is wild and rural without much access to modern facilities, foreign-styled restaurants, and hospitable service are enough to make you forget the strenuous walk through the route. The hike down to places like Pisang, Yak Kharka, Chame, Bahudanda, Besishahar, etc., is a moment to share as you meet yak and sheepherders along the way.
The Annapurna Circuit Trek can be a short trip if you take a jeep, but the same can be a long strenuous walk if not; no choice prevents you from gathering the incredible trek experiences provided.
All trekkers, from beginners to professionals, can participate in this expedition. This trek ranges from moderate to challenging, over 150 to 200 kilometers. It will take 15 to 16 days to complete the trek, and most of the landscape is consistent and quite strenuous. Many factors influence the difficulty of the Annapurna Circuit trek, including trekking duration, altitude sickness, and mountaineer kind.
Before going on a trek, one should exercise and train out a specific way to help eradicate these issues. Exercises like swimming, sprinting, and steep descents while carrying backpacks will be practical before the trek. Additionally, a tranquil trek, plenty of rest stops, and healthy nutrition can eliminate the risk of altitude sickness. Likewise, knowing how to utilize your equipment correctly can enable you to trek more promptly. Aside from that, having the proper perspective and decent body structure, as well as researching before trekking, would allow you to avoid these difficulties.
There is no better time to complete the Annapurna Circuit Trek than March through May. Additionally, the pleasant temperatures and clear skies help the expedition to be more interesting. From Poonhill up to Jomsom, the spring season offers a fresh perspective of the region. Everything becomes visible, from gorgeous views to delightful villages of the Annapurna Region above the clouds.
The Annapurna Circuit Trek takes on a great feel throughout September through November. The westerly breeze dances the bloom of the terrains along the trekking trail. Similarly, both day and nighttime temperatures will be pretty beneficial. Moreover, trekking over the Ghorepani will put you amid a pine and rhododendron forest. The trip will be much more enjoyable with a bit of rain.
The Annapurna Region will experience a merciless month from the end of November to the first week of February. With temperatures below -15 degrees Celsius, the freezing night will be harsh. Additionally, the winter brings a lot of snowy and cloudy weather to the Annapurna Region. Furthermore, there will be a possibility of both frostbite and avalanches. You can continue your trek through the winter if you have sufficient knowledge and experience of the Annapurna Region’s snowy conditions.
In the Annapurna Region, the months from June through the first week of September will be challenging for trekking. The trek will be arduous because of the constant rain, thick clouds, floods, and landslides from Ghorepani to Thorong Pass. The endeavor will not be ideal for you even if flora and fauna are abundant along the route. Likewise, the nearby area also receives as much rain as Pokhara, which receives most of it in Nepal. Due to the thick clouds and heavy rain, the view won’t be apparent. Therefore, this can be the most fantastic time for you if you want to undertake an adventurous and thrilling excursion in the Annapurna region.
The beginning of the trekking route will be relatively easy to rise and uncomplicated, but it gradually becomes more strenuous. The Bus journey from Kathmandu (1,300m) to Besisahar (1,400m) will be beautiful, and from Besisahar, you will be trekking to Dharapani (1,960m). You will also reach Chame (2,630m) by ascending the trails that pass by the Gurung and Sherpa communities. Similarly, the trial will get you to Pisang (3,300m) after a 5 to 6-hour uphill trek.
Additionally, the mountain faces with their excellent trekking route will direct you to Manang (3,570m). Likewise, you will spend the entire acclimatization day and explore the settlements here in Manang. In addition, the trek follows Yak Kharka (4,110m) till it arrives at Thorong Phedi (4,650m). Thorong Phedi’s ascent will be gradual and challenging. Similarly, after passing through Muktinath (3,800m) from Thorong Phedi, you will trek up to Thorang La Pass (5,416m), the expedition’s highest point.
Descending back to the settlement of Muktinath, Jeep will take you to the Tatopani (1,100m) from this location. Furthermore, you get to Ghorepani after enjoying the hot springs of Tatopani. Likewise, following the northern trail from Ghorepani, you will end up in Poonhill (3,210m), where you will get a beautiful view of several mountains. In addition, you will drive from Tikhedunga to Pokhara before concluding this expedition with a bus journey from Pokhara to Kathmandu.
There will be a difference between the accommodations in Kathmandu and those on the trek. The five-star or three-star hotel will greet you with one of the most fantastic services in the city of Kathmandu. Additionally, the single bedroom will have a hot shower and a lovely, comfortable atmosphere. During the hike, you will stay in traditional Nepali teahouses. There won’t be a hot shower facility, and the accommodation will feature two bedrooms and a communal bathroom.
In addition, teahouses will provide you with breathtaking views of the mountains and a glimpse into the backdrop of ordinary Nepalese homes and lifestyles. Additionally, meals are available both in Kathmandu and while on the trek. In contrast to the lunch, consisting of Continental, Nepali, Tibetan, and Italian cuisine, the breakfast will come with bread and a cup of tea. Additionally, you will have access to Nepali specialties throughout dinner. Snacks may come in various flavors, including momo, chow mein, thukpa – Tibetan Food, and many more.
The various highways that now touch the Annapurna trekking routes are a common sight. From the Ghorepani, the roads go up to the Manang and Jomsom. These roads may also serve as the primary sources of distraction for both residents and trekkers. There won’t be any excitement or adventure with a lengthy jeep ride up to the Manang. Additionally, these routes might gradually reduce the number of trekkers entering this region.
Some roads are complete, while others are in the final stages. In the monsoon season, several highways must take a detour because of landslides and floods. Likewise, a different trekking route on the road is available to you. Natural Annapurna Trekking Trials (NATT) enables you to enjoy the trek without ever setting foot on a road. These trekking trials are part of the Annapurna Region’s historical background.
When there were no roads, people of the Annapurna Region would take this trail to get from one location to another. This historical trail will take you deep into the Annapurna region, immersing you in nature. Andres Ruiter, a trekker, and Prem Rai, a renowned Nepalese guide, both assisted in the creation of the trial. Furthermore, with the aid of guides, you may visit village trials from where you can quickly flee from the roadways.
One of the great experiences in the Annapurna Region is the trek to the Ice Lake. The ice lake will be at 4,500 meters, and the surrounding snowy environment will enthrall you. Since you’ll be gaining an elevation of more than 1000 meters, this trek will need additional effort. Additionally, you may enjoy a breathtaking view of the Annapurna II, III, and IV from here.
The trek traversing through the Himalayan people’s settlement will be strenuous due to the steep elevations and dispersed rocks. There will be a giant prayer flag all around, and the sculptures symbolize the influence of Buddhism culture in this region. Additionally, from the ice lake, a clear view of Annapurna IV and its glaciers is possible.
The ice chunks and ice sheets cover the entire surrounding environment in this location. Additionally, a smaller lake appears more prominent when approaching before reaching the top of the ascent, but the contrast between the lake and peaks remains gorgeous. Similarly, you may see the beautiful Gompa beneath the icy mountains. Also, you can see other Himalayas and glaciers from a great vantage point.
During the Annapurna Circuit hike, you’ll see the sky caressing more than 40 mountains. The Sub Mountains are part of the three largest Himalayan ranges, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. Annapurna II, Annapurna III, and Annapurna IV will also be visible from the trek. The enormous mountainous panorama will captivate your gaze from beginning to end. Furthermore, on the Annapurna Circuit Trek, you will also see the Machhapuchhre and Tilicho peaks.
Similarly, you will meet more than 25 mountains during the trek, and another 15 will be easily visible. The northern region will have an expansive view of various small mountains. During the walk, you will come across and be able to see several peaks and summits, including the Nilgiri, Ratna Chuli, Himchuli, Muktinath, Gangapurna, Mardi Himal, Gurja Peak, Nagadi Chuli, Dhaulagiri II, III, and IV, Dhorpatan, and Chulu East.
It will not be feasible to rise more than 1,000 meters when traversing the Thorong La pass. During the Annapurna Circuit Trek, you will experience the most priceless moment when you cross the Thorong La pass. This pass offers some of the most outstanding views in the Annapurna Region, with an elevation of more than 5000m.
Moreover, ascending is difficult due to the constant slope and snow everywhere. You must be physically healthy and have muscular endurance to trek steadily for more than 6 hours. Crossing Thorong La Pass necessitates a fit physique with flexible muscles. In addition, you should be familiar with the gear you’ll be utilizing while trekking.
Additionally, by taking breaks and eating meals that will provide energy while you are trekking, you will undoubtedly traverse the Thorong La pass. However, crossing the Thorong La Pass might be problematic with the thick snow, so you must forecast the weather before embarking on this expedition. Overall, crossing the Thorong La pass will be a legendary experience on the Annapurna Circuit Trek that is both adventurous and exhilarating.
The Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Trek will be one of the most memorable treks of your life, with snowy peaks and glaciers accompanying you. Despite adjusting from Day 7, the course will be the same as the Annapurna Circuit. From Manang, you will trek toward Khangsar, and after 5 hours of trekking, you will reach Tilicho Base Camp. Within 6 to 7 hours, you may reach Tilicho Lake from here by making a steady trek across frigid and dusty landscapes.
Witnessing the crystal-clear blue sky, the adjacent stone cottage, and Tilicho Lake’s brilliant blue color will be breathtaking. Further passing the suspension bridge, you will continue to descend from Tilicho Lake. Trekking over the mountains beyond Shree Kharka and Yak Kharka will bring you to the Thorong Phedi. The trial ends in Muktinath with 5 to 6 hours of trek. After finishing the trek to Muktinath and steadily rising to Thorang La pass, you will trek down to Jomsom and then travel from Jomsom to Pokhara by jeep or by flight, depending upon the weather.
The peak elevation for the trek around the Annapurna Circuit will be over 5000 meters. As a result, winning this expedition won’t be simple. Only you are capable of finishing this expedition in the best way possible with the proper training and practices. It would help if you started your preparation for this way in advance of the expedition. First and foremost, you must concentrate on your body and its upkeep. Similarly, exercise for your heart and lungs, your muscles’ strength, and flexibility will all be very beneficial to you.
Additionally, there will be a simulation that deals with keeping the oxygen level above a height of 3000 meters; this simulation is also called an ascension simulator or altitude simulation. Altitude simulation regulates oxygen levels. This mechanism mimics the oxygen content of the ocean. As a result, your body reacts and performs just as it would at a low or high altitude. Using this technique, you can keep your body and mind receiving enough oxygen at greater altitudes.
Similar to ascending hills and downhill, packs on your back before a trek would serve as the ideal preparation for the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Additionally, you should have a flawless health history and physical condition, free of breathing or respiratory issues. To enhance your blood flow and metabolism, consume meals that give you energy and get adequate sleep. The Annapurna Circuit Trek will be simpler if you prepare well before it.
Peregrine treks and tours have provided the most fabulous trekking and other unique experiences in Nepal for the past 5 to 6 years. We are one of Nepal’s trekking and tour companies playing an active role in this industry. Since our exceptional contributions to the tourist sector reflect our professionalism, first and foremost, every itinerary we create for our expedition will be unique, and every one of our guests will embrace it with grace.
Additionally, the evaluation we receive following the end of the expedition will be unique and excellent. Similar to this, we are a government-approved trekking organization. Thus deception is impossible under any circumstances. Furthermore, our guides and staff are experienced in dealing with any scenario that may arise throughout the trek. Humbly, each member of the Peregrine team offers you outstanding services.
Moreover, trekking with us gives you a sense of security because your protection is our first objective. There will always be medical and rescue support if something goes wrong during the expedition. Overall, you will consider yourself fortunate to be trekking with us and carry the most extraordinary recollections and experiences when you leave Nepal.
Trekking over 5000 meters is undoubtedly dangerous for altitude sickness. Thorong LA pass will be where you set off at the highest point. This will be the trickiest and most demanding crossing. Altitude sickness symptoms, however, begin to appear around elevations of 3000 meters. As a result, you need to rest and eat appropriately throughout the trek and maintain physical and mental fitness before the trek to accomplish the Annapurna Circuit Trek without experiencing altitude sickness.
In Nepal, the tourism sector is a source of income for guides and porters. They cannot make a living without tourism. Nevertheless, you cannot disregard the incredible services that guides and porters give you in the Himalayan area. Their genuine, humble, authentic demeanor displays who they are. The Annapurna Circuit trek won’t be very pleasurable and challenging to accomplish without guides and porters. Thus, no one can prevent you from tipping guides and porters after considering their exceptional services.
Naturally, when you arrive at the airport, one of our representatives would be happy to pick you up and transport you to the hotel in a private vehicle. Our representative will be at the airport with your name on A4-sized paper so you can easily find us. Additionally, you will receive private transportation from the hotel to the airport at the time of your departure, which will be convenient and pleasant for you.
During the Annapurna Circuit Trek, charging your gadgets is not a concern. There will be several teahouses with the necessary charging facilities from Ghorepani up to Muktinath, where you have to pay extra amounts for charging. An electrical outage might occur occasionally, so having a UPS charger and battery pack with you will be excellent for charging your gadgets, including phones, laptops, cameras, and other electronics.
Of course, a private trip option will be available for solo trekkers and individuals who are not as fit and standard as other trekkers. Although the cost of the personalized excursion may be somewhat more, the services will wow you. A porter and a private guide will accompany you on your walk to help you. Overall, you will cherish the trek, and the accommodation will also be fantastic.
During the Annapurna Circuit Trek, you may, without a doubt, utilize the internet services. The internet will be available in the teahouses, and you are welcome to use it. From Beshisahar to Ghorepani, internet access will be accessible. Similarly, you must pay a fee to utilize internet services when staying in teahouses. Some guest houses may charge a small amount to use an internet service.
Seasons have an impact on temperature. Generally, you will be trekking in the spring or autumn. The typical daytime temperature at this time of year is around 5 and 10 degrees Celsius. As dusk approaches, the temperature will gradually decrease to zero, and, on rare occasions, it may drop as low as -2 to -5 degrees Celsius.
Throughout the trek, travel insurance will be your sturdiest support. With travel insurance, you can protect your extra fund in an emergency. Likewise, you may safeguard your expedition by purchasing travel insurance. You can include all of the specifics of the expedition, as well as the helicopter rescue of over 6000m. It would be best if you didn’t begin on the Annapurna Trek Circuit without travel insurance.
To enter Nepal, you need a COVID vaccination certificate or a PCR negative report. Without these documents, you are not allowed to enter Nepal via the airport. There might not be necessary to enter Nepal via Land. Similarly, our staff is fully vaccinated, and we checked COVID if we see the symptoms.
You may obtain the visa without problems when you land at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan airport. All you need to do is provide both the copy and the original form of your documents. You must submit two passport-size pictures, your passport, and a Visa cost for a single entry.
15 Days Nepal Visa Fee: US$ 30
30 Days Nepal Visa Fee: US$ 50
90 Days Nepal Visa Fee: US$ 125
An additional 25 USD for a Multiple re-entry facility.
You can carry the medication with you if it is relevant to your health. Other than this, there’s no need to worry about medications that could be related to trekking. For seamless handling of health-related issues, we will have a medical kit, and your guide will know first aid.
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I didn’t anticipate my adventure would turn out this great. The atmosphere was incredible; I still recall the nerve-wracking ascent to the Thorong La pass and the relaxed feeling I had as I descended from Muktinath through the icy and barren fields. Because of how nicely the usual houses meet, the towns near Ghorepani make me think of old movies. Meanwhile, the farming activity directly below the Chame was spectacular. From start to finish, Peregrine hikes and excursions contributed tremendous flavor to our expedition, making it even more delightful and adventurous.
Salutations to the Peregrine Trek and Tours personnel for providing the fantastic excursion I’ve never experienced in my life. While climbing to Poon Hill to see the breathtaking vantage point of the several peaks, I could picture the cloud underneath me. Witnessing yaks and mules cross the Thorong Phedi was a magnificent experience. Furthermore, spending time at the sacred site of Muktinath was divine. The atmosphere and tranquility were on a new level. In addition, the teahouses along the route offered the most satisfactory services. In the grand scheme of things, the Annapurna Circuit Trek with Peregrine was one of my best expeditions.
I recall crossing a river in the jeep, which was an exciting experience to remember, during the magnificent jeep ride to Pokhara. Similarly, hotels and teahouses have good ventilation, clean air, and a comfortable atmosphere. The typical dishes were delicious and had a distinct Nepali flavor. I had the veg pakora and mutton biryani, which were quite delicious. In addition, the breakfast, with local bread and yak milk tea, was distinctive in flavor. From Pokhara to Besisahar, the agricultural terrain was satisfying to witness. Hence, the expedition was incredible and exceptional overall.
In the Muktinath higher region, it was bitterly chilly. I’m grateful I have a lot of thick wool gear to help me stay warm. The magnificent Annapurna II and IV view from the Thorong La Pass during Annapurna Circuit Trek was equally stunning. Additionally, the porters and guides were incredibly kind and could keep us amused throughout the journey. Likewise, the prayer flag gave off a spiritual aura during the trek. The stone houses at the foot of the mountains blended in well. It was amazing to see the entire Annapurna Region. Shortly, I would love to do this excursion once more.
During the Annapurna Circuit Trek, I advise everyone to pack warm clothing. Even during the regular season, it will be rather chilly in the highest area of the Thorong La pass. Similarly, the yak milk coffee and the surrounding Himalayas in the village of Muktinath gave me an itch. A spectacular sight from the summit of Poon Hill was the outstanding vista of Pokhara, as well as the snow that lay beyond the dry slopes of Thorong Phedi. The Sherpa and Gurung people were incredibly kind and modest in this area. This was, therefore, one of the top-level expeditions.