Annapurna Base Camp Trek is an astonishing walk through differing landscape and culture with rich mountain vistas, terraced fields, quaint Gurung Villages and a wide assortment of greenery. Mt. Annapurna (8091m) of Nepal is the tenth most astounding mountain on the planet and the voyage to its base camp, which is at 4130m of height, is a standout amongst the most well-known treks on earth. In addition, we achieve our goal by means of Mt. Machhapuchhere (Fishtail Mountain) which is respected by the Nepalese for its unique beauties. Besides, on account of the well-prepared itinerary of the Annapurna Base Camp Trekking package, it is a prominent choice among differing outdoor enthusiasts, from a solo female voyager to hikers making a trip in travelling to Nepal.
The trek begins from Nayapul, around 1 hour 30 minutes and drive from Pokhara. You feel immersed ordinarily and unidentifiable quiet in the substance. The fundamental piece of Ghandruk Valley is on the highest point of the edge, more than 500m above. Exceptionally omnipotent rhododendron forests and fine patio continues going through our trail to the Chhomrong Village.
You would likewise meet various indigenous Nepalitribes and have a sneak look into their way of life while you go through the small villages. It is a standout amongst the most prevalent trekking regions among the other trekking goals in Nepal, which can be prepared easily and adaptably by the group of Nepal Trail Finder according to your curiosity and interrogations.
Actual Annapurna Base Camp Trekking starts from Nayapul. So, after having early breakfast in Pokhara we drive one and half hour to Nayapul. From here, we will walk to Tikhledunga thorugh Annapurna Conservation Area. We stroll through a large Forest and cross the Bhurundi Khola River to the village in Tikhedhunga. After refueling with lunch at Tikhledunga, we will head towards 3400 steps Ulleri.Trek to Ulleri will be a real taste of your stamina. We will reach Ulleri by afternoon and stay overnight there.
We set off to trek after breakfast. As we rise to the Ghorepani town, you can see the marvelous Mt. Annapurna South every once in a while. We pass beautiful waterfalls and small villages before coming to Ghorepani. The trail raises starting here, through fine woods of oak and rhododendrons. We stop at the upper Ghorepani that offers an all encompassing sights of the mountains including, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna South and Mount Nilgiri. The town has little shops for nearby items. Wi-Fi sign is solid there.
Today, early in the morning, we begin an hour climbing to Poon Hill at a height of 3,210 m, a splendid Mountain View exhibition; this vintage point gives an eye catching view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain Range. You will be amazed when sun strikes White Mountains and turn it to golden. While you appreciate the delightful view, you can enjoy some hot espresso in Poonhill! After breakfast in Ghorepani, we aspire through the rhododendron and oak forest and falling cascades to Tadapani.
Fourth Day ABC Trek starts trekking downhill through rhododendron forest. At the point when the forest ends, the trail opens to wonderful terraced fields. Passing the waterfall and suspension bridges, we will finally reach Gurjung; a beautiful Gurung village. After that we will upraise to Chhomromg Village. We spend overnight there.
The trek from Chomrong to Dovan involves both tough and downhill trail that moves through thick rhododendron forests and step down through stone stair steps. On the way we will be enjoying the views of greenery, water streams, village lifestyle and magnificent mountain views (the main reason why we are here). You will have rest and spend overnight at Dovan and be prepared for trek to MBC.
Today we climb tenderly through a stream bed, then over a lofty trail to the mountain side. The climb from Dovan to Machhapuchhere Base Camp is to some degree strenuous. From Machhapuchhere Base Camp we get magnificent perspectives on the grand Machhapuchhere alongside Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Gandharvachuli and Gangapurna which is absolutely a compensating background. Get your gadgets’ battery full, I bet you will be just capturing those views and may your battery life do not support your excitement.
As we begin our trek from MBC to ABC, the vegetation vanishes and the way enlarges as we enter the Annapurna asylum. From here, we get hair-raising perspectives on the close vertical south face of Annapurna transcending above us. The asylum brags of a dynamic view without anything obstructing the 360-degree display. From the base camp we again get the chance to enjoy hypnotizing perspectives on the Machhapuchhere, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Hiunchuli and different soaring Peaks. After enjoying the views and capturing pictures and all, we will trek down to Dovan.
From Dovan we climb down to Bamboo. From Bamboo, it is a tough trek to Kuldighar pursued by a declining stroll to Chhomrong Khola. At that point we climb the stone strides to Chhomrong. The trail at that point plummets to Jhinu Danda, where we will rest for the evening. Today we will have a chance to appreciate the hot bath in Natural springs which is only a 15-20-minute downhill walk from Jhinu Danda for relaxation. You can explore and enjoy your beautiful moment there. Overnight in Jhinu Danda.
Despite the fact that the vast majority of our arrival way is a simple plummet, we are bypassed by trifling rises now and again. Crossing the hanging bridges over the Modi Khola (river) gets us to Landruk Village(Landrung). We advance further, going through Tolka and after that creation a slight rising to Bichkok Deurali, which offers an astonishing view of Mt Dhaulagiri. From here, we trail down to Pothana. From Pothana, you can savor an exceptional perspective on Mt. Fishtail.
On our approach to Phedi from Pothana, we get the opportunity to appreciate the astonishing slope scene of western Nepal. We eat in transit. Our trek will finish at Pokhana. Finally,we will take bus to Pokhara where you can enjoy the nightlife or visit around lakes.
We did a 13-day trekking tour tailored to us through the Annapurna region. This was an unforgettable experience for us in breathtaking nature! Our wishes were already taken into account during the planning and the best possible out of the available time. We received all the necessary information and tips for the trek in advance. The price included accommodation, permits, tour guide, transport to the start of the trek, 3 meals a day and water treatment tablets. Our tour guide Arjun Kattel had solid English skills. He was always there for us with advice and action and was very polite and incredibly accommodating. The individual sections of the day were very well coordinated with our pace and the quarters were accordingly well selected. Despite the physical exertion of the almost 2-week tour, we were absolutely thrilled by the great views of the mountains. We will definitely be going back. We still have a lot to discover in Nepal.
This was my first trek. It was pretty challenging but the guide (Bishwas) and the Porter (Kesap) were very professional and considerate and really helped us through it. The view was amazing, totally worth it. Great experience!
Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a moderate type of trek that is generally simple not withstanding for unseasoned trekkers. This trek takes you to the feet of lovely Mount Annapurna. Since ABC Trek doesn't request any progressed physical wellness level, ordinary individual with a decent wellbeing condition can go for this trek.This trek is stunning and very simple as far as the elevation yet the consistent here and there in the Himalaya may be a test. Trekkers can have enough experience without a specialized moving in this trek. There are connections of Hotels and Guesthouses from the beginning with the preliminary. We recommend you to do some physical exercises prior to the trek.
You should have Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) as well as a Trekkers' Information Management Systems (TIMS Card) to trek in the Annapurna region. Annapurna Conservation Area consists $30 and TIMS Card costs $10. For individual trekkers, Permits and TIMS cards can be purchased in the Nepal Tourism Board Office, Pardasani Marg, Bhirkutimandap, Kathmandu.
The best months to trek to Annapurna Base Camp are Spring (March, April and May) and Autumn (October, November and December). It is possible to make the journey in January and early September. In Spring and Autumn, the weather is moderate and sky is clear. So, we recommend to trek in this two seasons.
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