“Climb mountains not so the world can see you, but so you can see the world.”
The Annapurna Circuit Trek is outstanding as a standout amongst the most mainstream treks on the planet. This trek will take after a way that will take you from green fields to verdant pine timberlands to parched scenes and breathtaking perspectives of the Annapurna mountain range. One might say that this trek is simply a mix of the astounding high mountain landscape, beautiful swamp homesteads and towns, an abundance of social intrigue and a testing pass crossing. It is without a doubt a trek of epic length, yet at the same time, its compensating adventures are sufficiently worth for any trekker to go ahead with their trek.
By pursuing after the total circuit entirely around Annapurna, beginning in Besi Sahar and finishing in Naya Pul, you encounter the pleasures of the numerous towns; experience various sanctuaries, biological communities and natural life. Consistently you increase amazing perspectives of probably the most acclaimed mountains in the Himalayas: b I through IV, Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Mt. Machapuchare (6,993 m), Mt. Nilgiri (2,637 m) and Mt. Gangapurna (7,455 m) overwhelming the northern horizon. And after that, you encounter numerous perspectives of every massif. You begin at a much lower height 820 meters, yet at the same time achieve high elevated height maximizing at 5,350m on Thorung La Pass. We then plummet to the profound valley of the Kali Gandaki, where an abundance of new encounters anticipates us – the first is the unusual accumulation of sanctuaries at Muktinath, at the base of the pass. Muktinath is an essential journey put for both Hindu and Buddhist. The blessed altar at Muktinath is in a forest of trees and incorporates a Buddhist Gompa and the pagoda style sanctuary of Vishnu Temple, containing an Image of Vishnu. Trekking through the Kali Gandaki Valley for some relaxed days, we then move onward with our trek to cross an extension at Ghorepani. From that point onward, we shall make the customary trip to Poon Hill for breathtaking day break perspectives of Mt. Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna range. Also, as the end of the trek draws nearer we shall head towards Naya Pul via Hile village and take a drive back to Kathmandu to officially end our trek.
The Annapurna circuit is persistently developing, yet the one consistent is its status as one of the world's most noteworthy treks. To any trekker the best time to trek here will be in tumble from October to early December and the spring from mid March to mid April. On the off chance that you need to experience this explicit trek, go along with us and be a part of Three Diamond Adventure for an epic excursion through Annapurna Circuit Trek.
Trekking Gear and Best Season
Above 3000m the weather at night will be freezing cold. we recommend to bring down jacket,sleeping bag(thermal liner make it extra toasty), fleece jacket, thermal underwear, pairs of long paints,3 synthetic t-shert,footwear Trekking boot, trekking socks, rain coat,wollen hat,globes,sun lotion, polarized sunglasses, travel towel, tissue paper, toilet paper, lip bam,camera,back up for mobile and sandal for evening walk. Normally people drink water which is come from nature is safe for drinking but we recommend using water safety guard before drink.
You will need first aid kit including medicine like,Diamox (for any symptoms of headaches, dinginess, loss of appetite) diarrhea, antibiotics, bandage for blister, use a lot of water and be vegetarian is best way to survive in mountain.
Best season to do Annapurna circuit trek is from March to May and September to December. Even from May to September it will be monsoon time possibly rainy. From December to March to the weather reach below zero but you will see amazing views of Mount Annapurna and Fishtail. Even in off season there are few trekkers in mountain.
Trekking guide and potter
The government of Nepal considers hiring guide or potter above 3000m height. Government have every year providing special training for guide how to be safe on high mountain from altitude sickness, how to use first aid Medical kit in emergency, how to safe life of injured trekkers life in high mountain. Trekking guide has many advantages to High Mountain they will explain about nature, culture, customs, flora and fauna. Every year we heard news trekkers are disappeared in mountain because of lonely trekkers. Before booking your trip insure that your company is register at “Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal’’ (TAAN) www.taan.org.np.
Accommodation and Trekking Permit
Mountain every places it will difficult to find luxurious hotel that why we will provide accommodation according availability of local place sometimes they will offer wooden house rooftop is covered with tin. Annapurna Region can reach by land from Kathmandu to Beshi Shahar and start your trek. Annapurna Conservation permit are necessary before starting your trek which will available at Bhrikutimandap in Nepal tourism Board. Trekking or Agencies of Kathmandu are also authorized to issue permit from government. Join with Three diamond Adventure to make your holiday unforgettable in Nepal.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Preparation Day in Kathmandu
Day 03: Drive 6hrs to Besisahar, and Trek 2hrs to Bhulbule 820m
Day 04: Trek 5-6 hrs to Ghermu Phant 1136m
Day 05: Trek 6-7 hrs to Dharapani, 1946m
Day 06: Trek 5-6 hrs to Chame, 2800m
Day 07: Trek 5-6hrs to Pisang 3200m
Day 08: Trek 5-6hrs to Manang 3540m
Day 09: Acclimatization day in Manang, 3540m
Day 10: Trek 4-5 hrs to Yak Kharka, 4000m
Day 11: Trek 3-4 hrs to Phedi, 4545m
Day 12: Trek 7-9 hrs to Muktinath 3694m
Day 13: Trek 6-7 hrs to Marpha, 2670m
Day 14: Trek 5 hrs to Kalopani, 2410m
Day 15: Trek 6-7 hrs to Tatopani, 1190 m
Day 16: Trek 6-7 hrs to Ghorepani, 2850m
Day 17: Trek 5 hrs to Hile, 1400m
Day 18: Trek 3 hrs to Nayapul, 1010m
Day 19: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 20: Depart Kathmandu
- Pick up,hotel drop & depature to airpot on a private vehicle
- 3 nights’ accommodation in Three Star Hotel in Kathmandu including breakfast
- uided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu around Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath &Patan Durbar Square.
- Kathmandu to Beshisahar and Nayapul to Kathmandu transfers in private vehicle
- Best available teahouse/lodge accommodation during the trek
- One qualified, well-informed and experienced English speaking trekking guide (6 trekkers= 1 guide) and porters (2 trekkers= 1 porter)
- Full course meals of breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the trek
- Sleeping bag for use during the trek
- First aid medical kit
- TIMS and Annapurna Conservation Area Permit
- All government taxes
- International and domestic flight cost
- Nepal visa arrangement
- Travel Insurance
- Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu in the case of changes made to the itinerary due to early arrival/delayed departure or an early return from the mountain
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
- Personal expenses
- Personal equipment’s & clothing’s
- Tips for fellow guides & porters