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Annapurna Base Camp Trek - 7 Days

  • Annapurna Region , Nepal
  • 7 Days
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • 2920m
Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Trip At Glance

Duration

7

Max Altitude

4145

Best Season

Autumn & Spring

Trip Type

Tea house

Transportation

Private Car flight

Accomodation

Hotel Lodge

Overview And Highlights

Annapurna Base Camp Trek assortment is a popular steady trekking route of  Annapurna Himalayan region of Nepal. Annapurna Base Camp trekking which also known as Annapurna Sanctuary trekking is the greatest important trekking in Nepal. The most peaks of western portion of gigantic Annapurna Himal which is composed of Hiunchuli, Annapurna.

You are rewarded with an opportunity to see panoramic view of Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Annapurna south, Hiunichuli, Gangapurna south, Fang, Annapurna, Gangapurna, Annapurna 3 and Machhapuchchhre which are organized in such a manner that they precisely form a bend that have a diameter of almost 10 miles which is magical and lured anybody.

The trail includes  Chomrung big Gurung village and Ghandruk and many more views. Chomrung is a vantage point of the view of Annapurna and other ranges of mountain and for magical sunrise. You can welcome sun rise at early morning by taking hot cup of tea.

7 days  Rapid Annapurna Base Camp  treks from Kathmandu to Pokhara provides the great impact of existence of a big auditorium in the core Modi Khola mark its way out in the south of this glacier valley in narrow gorge of 12,000ft deep.

After you pass ahead to the south this gorge turn out to be even wider and give rise to the productive valley where Gurung people live. Trekking in Nepal Annapurna Base Camp upper and middle part Moody Khola provides trekkers some short cut trekking paths.

Annapurna base camp trekking Everyday fix departure of five days package begin its morning flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara and the very first day it goes directly to Nayapul with personal vehicles and trek extend to Natural hot reserving in Jhinu danda, from where begins the Annapurna base camp or Annapurna Sanctuary Trek of the Nepal Himalaya which is really just magical and amaging.

Day to Day Itinerary

Trek from Pokhara to Landruk (1725m) via Kande (1850m) 16 km/10 miles

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2050

The walk will be easy and road will be dusty with not much traffic and with some beautiful views of the river and the rice paddies on the opposite side. It’s probably the easiest day in our Annapurna Base Camp trek itinerary.  

 

The owners of shops and guesthouses that are off the trail sometimes put up these signs so hikers walk through their places and buy something. Following the road is the fastest way of getting to Landruk. There are several villages along the route to stop if you want to buy something. 

Trek from Landruk to (1730m) – Lower Sinuwa (2220m), 12 km/6hour

Food
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
2920

Today quite a tough walking day with a lot of uphill in the second half after the long suspension bridge. We walk to Sinuwa but if you’re tired rather stay in Chhomrong, to get to Sinuwa you’ll have to go first downs and then up again.

 

If you decide to stay in Chhomrong. There are some ambiguous splits on the route in the first half of the day .The trail) continues goes up to the right side From Landruk to New Bridge there are not many places to stop for tea or coffee but many small streams to refill water.


Many trekkers especially groups stop at Jinudanda because of the hot springs and continue walk up to Chhomrong.From Chhomrong to Lower Sinuwa it’s only 3km but it’s quite a tough walk.

 

First, you go 200m down to the river and then 200m up to Sinuwa. It took us 1 hour to walk from Chhomrong to Lower Sinuwa. There are two Sinuwa villages, Lower Sinuwa and Upper Sinuwa.The two villages are only 1,4km apart but Upper Sinuwa is about 150m higher. Both places are very similar just a couple of guesthouses.

Day 3: Trek from. Lower Sinuwa (2220m) – Deurali (3200m), 14 km/6.5 hour

Altitude story of the hike from Lower Sinuwa to Deurali It will be one of the hardest days on our Annapurna Base Camp trek itinerary.

 

A lot of uphill’s mostly in the second half after Dovan. The scenery will be very beautiful do take your time stop for photos and enjoy the stunning views. Make sure to stop for coffee.


The scenery will be truly fantastic; lush green forest, many waterfalls, huge boulders, gigantic trees covered in moss, many birds, and small wooden bridges across the rivers, etc. It will be like walking through an enchanted forest.
 

Trek from Deurali (3200m) Annapurna Base Camp (4145m), 9 km 5 hr.

The altitude story of the route from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp trek, the hardest day and the highlight of the Annapurna Base Camp trek itinerary. It’s highly recommended to start walking early. In the morning the weather is usually good. Later in the afternoon it often gets overcast and windy. 


Hopefully we will be very lucky with the weather will be have an absolutely clear sky, hopefully very sunny with no wind a perfect day to enjoy the incredible scenery. From Deurali the trail starts climbing up and the ascent doesn’t stop till you reach Annapurna Base Camp 


The day is challenging to walk up due to a lot of snow and increased elevation. The ascent itself is not steep like the previous days it is very gradual, with no stairs just a steady uphill.


Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) is the only place to stop between Deurali and Annapurna Base Camp. From there it takes between 1h30min. And 2 hours to get ABC. If it’s a sunny day make sure to put sunscreen on and wear sunglasses and a cap the sun up there is very strong. 
 

Annapurna Base Camp (4145m) – Upper Sinuwa (2350m), 19 km/6.5hr

Altitude story of the route from Annapurna Base Camp to Upper Sinuwa It was the longest day in our Annapurna Base Camp trek itinerary with a lot of downhill all the way from ABC to Sinuwa.

 

There are many places to stop before Sinuwa our plan was to go down as far as we could. Despite the distance, the descent was much easier than the previous days’ ascents we could cover a longer distance.

Day 6: Trek from Upper Sinuwa (2350m) – Ghandruk (1730m), 10 km/6.5 Hr.

Altitude story Sinuwa Ghandruk, the last day of the Annapurna Base Camp trek itinerary. The whole day is just a sequence of ascents and descents. First, you go down from Upper Sinuwa to the river, then up to Chhomrong, then down to Junudhanda, and then up to Ghandruk.


We stay in Ghandruk you can walk there, stay for the night and the next day morning breakfast we will  catch a bus or a jeep to Pokhara.

Trek from Ghandruk- Pokhara via Biretathi nayapul

Start today with an early morning breakfast in Ghandruk and then trek past small villages and picturesque rice fields to reach Nayapul.

 

Once you arrive, you'll meet your private jeep transfer waiting to take you back to Pokhara transfer your Hotel the rest of the afternoon and evening is yours to enjoy at leisure. You can shop for souvenirs or explore the Beautiful city pokhara

What Is Included ?

 

  • Three  meals a (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • All accommodations during the trek.(Toilet will be outside from your room)
  • Office paper works Annapurna Conservation park entry permit
  • Trekking information management system (Tims) permit.
  • Kathmandu- Pokhara -Kathmandu by A/C  comfortable tourist Bus
  • A helpful, knowledgeable, friendly,well English speaking  trained, government license holder guide With all his salary, food, drinks and insurance.
  • A Strong, helpful porter with proper equipment (one porter for two people).
  • Assistant guide group size of more than 8 people in a group
  • Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
  • Pokhara- Hile-Pokhara by taxi/ jeeps
  • All government taxes and office expenses.
  • Farewell Dinner at a typical Nepalese restaurant with traditional music and dance
  • Cue: Trekking route map/Art printed company T-shirt
  • Trekking route map.
  • Company certificate after the successful trek

 

What Is Excluded?

Cost does not Included on the package

  • Nepal entry visa fee  You need 4 passport size photos and $30  for 15 days visa
  • International airfare/Your Travel insurance
  • Lunch/Dinner in pokhara/Hot shower during the trek
  • Tea/Coffee/bottles drinks/ Sweet things/Hotel in Kathmandu/Pokhara
  • Camera’s  battery charge during the trek
  • Additional cost by out of management control due to the landscape, weather condition, illness, government  strikes, and physical condition.

Altitude Graph

FAQs

Yes, you can get a Nepal visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, which is the usual entry point for those trekking to the Annapurna Base Camp. The visa on arrival is available for citizens of most countries.

For the Annapurna Base Camp trek, you typically need a tourist visa, which allows you to stay in Nepal for up to 15, 30, or 90 days, depending on your preference and the fee you pay. Make sure to have your passport, a passport-sized photo, and the visa fee in cash (USD or equivalent).

Remember to check the current visa requirements and fees before your trip, as regulations can change.

The Annapurna Base Camp trek is moderate in difficulty. It involves hiking through diverse terrain, including uphill and downhill sections. While it doesn't require technical climbing skills, a good level of fitness and stamina is recommended.

The best time for the trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is clear, and the views are spectacular. These months offer the most stable weather conditions and excellent visibility.

The best time for the Annapurna Base Camp trek is during the spring and autumn seasons. Here's a breakdown of the advantages of each season:

Spring (March to May):
Weather: Spring offers mild temperatures, clear skies, and blooming rhododendron forests, making it a visually stunning time to trek.
Visibility: The views of the Himalayas are generally excellent during this time due to the clear weather.
Flora and Fauna: The hillsides are alive with colorful flowers, and the chance of spotting wildlife is higher.
Comfortable Temperatures: Daytime temperatures are moderate, making it comfortable for trekking.
Autumn (September to November):
Weather: Autumn is characterized by clear skies, stable weather, and mild temperatures, making it another excellent time to trek.
Visibility: The views are spectacular, with clear vistas of the snow-capped peaks.
Cultural Festivals: The autumn months coincide with major Nepali festivals such as Dashain and Tihar, providing an opportunity to experience local culture and festivities.
Moderate Crowds: While it's still a popular time to trek, the crowds are generally less than during the spring season.
Both seasons offer great trekking conditions, and the choice between them often comes down to personal preference and availability. If you prefer warmer temperatures and blooming flora, spring may be the best time for you. If you prefer stable weather and clear views, autumn might be more suitable.

However, it's important to note that the Annapurna Base Camp trek can be done year-round. Trekking during the monsoon season (June to August) is possible but comes with challenges such as rain, leeches, and potential landslides. Similarly, trekking in the winter months (December to February) is feasible, but trails may be snowy or icy at higher elevations.

Ultimately, the best time for the Annapurna Base Camp trek depends on your preferences for weather, scenery, and trekking conditions.
 

Annapurna Base Camp is situated at an altitude of approximately 4,130 meters (13,550 feet) above sea leve.l

To ensure a smooth and well-organized Annapurna Base Camp trek, it's best to book in advance, especially during the peak trekking seasons. Here are some considerations for when to book your trek:

Peak Seasons: The best times to trek to Annapurna Base Camp are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. During these months, the weather is generally stable, with clear skies and comfortable temperatures. These periods are also the busiest times for trekking in Nepal, so it's advisable to book well in advance to secure your spot.
Avoiding Crowds: If you prefer to trek during quieter times, you may consider booking during the shoulder seasons of late February to early March or late November to early December. While the weather can still be favorable, there are fewer trekkers on the trails during these times.
Weather Considerations: If you're trekking during the monsoon season (June to August), it's essential to be prepared for rain, leeches, and potential landslides. While fewer trekkers visit during this time, it's still advisable to book in advance to ensure availability and to make necessary preparations for the weather conditions.
Festival Periods: Nepal celebrates several festivals throughout the year, such as Dashain and Tihar, which can affect availability and prices for accommodations and transportation. It's advisable to avoid trekking during major festival periods unless you're prepared for potential crowds and higher costs.
Permit Availability: Make sure to check the availability of permits required for the Annapurna Base Camp trek, such as the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or Pokhara, but it's best to arrange them in advance to avoid any last-minute hassles.
Booking with a Trekking Company: If you're booking with a trekking company like Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, they may have specific booking policies and deadlines. It's advisable to inquire about their booking process and requirements to ensure you have ample time to secure your trek.
In summary, booking your Annapurna Base Camp trek well in advance, especially during peak seasons, ensures availability, allows you to plan effectively, and minimizes any potential last-minute issues.

 

Yes, you need two permits: the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. You can obtain these permits in Kathmandu or Pokhara before starting the trek.

Accommodation on the Annapurna Base Camp trek consists mainly of tea houses or guesthouses along the route. These provide basic but comfortable lodging with meals available. Rooms may have shared facilities, and amenities can vary.

While it's not mandatory to have a guide, many trekkers opt to hire one for convenience, safety, and cultural insights. Guides are especially helpful if you're new to trekking or unfamiliar with the terrain.

Essential items include appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions (layered clothing is key), sturdy hiking boots, a good backpack, a first aid kit, water purification tablets, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, and a camera.

 

Altitude sickness can be a concern, especially as you ascend to higher altitudes. It's important to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and ascend slowly to minimize the risk. If you experience symptoms of altitude sickness, descend immediately.

 

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, like many reputable trekking companies in Nepal, should prioritize the safety and well-being of all their clients, including solo women trekkers. Here are some factors to consider regarding the safety of solo women trekking with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks:

Experienced Guides: Adventure Nepal Eco Treks should provide experienced and knowledgeable guides who are familiar with the trekking routes and are trained to handle various situations. Having a knowledgeable guide can enhance safety and provide peace of mind, especially for solo trekkers.
Safety Protocols: The company should have safety protocols in place, including guidelines for altitude sickness, emergency procedures, and communication protocols. Guides should be trained in first aid and know how to respond to emergencies effectively.
Accommodation: Adventure Nepal Eco Treks should arrange accommodation in safe and reputable tea houses or lodges along the trekking route. They should ensure that accommodations are secure and comfortable for solo women trekkers.
Group Size: The company may offer both group and private treks. Solo women trekkers may feel safer in a group setting where they can trek with other travelers and have the support of a guide and fellow trekkers.
Communication: Ensure that Adventure Nepal Eco Treks provides reliable communication options for solo trekkers, including access to guides with mobile phones or satellite communication devices.
Local Support: The company should have a strong network of local contacts and support in case of emergencies or unforeseen circumstances during the trek.
Cultural Sensitivity: Adventure Nepal Eco Treks should emphasize cultural sensitivity and respect for local customs and traditions, ensuring that solo women trekkers feel comfortable and respected throughout their journey.
Feedback and Reviews: Before booking with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks, it's a good idea to read reviews and testimonials from previous clients, especially solo women trekkers, to gauge their experiences and satisfaction with the company's services.
Overall, solo women trekking with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks can be safe and enjoyable, provided that the company prioritizes safety, provides experienced guides, and offers support and assistance throughout the trek. It's essential to communicate any concerns or preferences with the company beforehand to ensure a positive experience.
 

Yes, you can extend or customize the trek based on your preferences and time constraints. Some people choose to combine it with other treks in the Annapurna region or add side trips to nearby villages..

Most trekkers begin the Annapurna Base Camp trek from Nayapul, which is about a 1-2 hour drive from Pokhara. You can reach Pokhara either by flight from Kathmandu or by bus. From Pokhara, you can hire a taxi or take a local bus to Nayapul.

In the event of an emergency during the Annapurna Base Camp trek, several options are available:

Local Assistance: Most trekking routes in the Annapurna region have tea houses or guesthouses along the way where you can find help. The owners or staff of these accommodations are usually knowledgeable about local conditions and can provide assistance or advice in case of emergency.
Guides and Porters: If you have hired a guide or porter, they can help manage emergencies by providing first aid, arranging evacuation if necessary, and communicating with local authorities or rescue teams.
Evacuation: In serious emergencies such as altitude sickness, injury, or illness, evacuation may be required. Depending on the severity of the situation, evacuation can be done by helicopter or on foot to the nearest medical facility. Helicopter rescue services are available in the region but can be costly and may require coordination with insurance providers.
Communication: Many trekking routes have mobile phone coverage, although it may be limited or non-existent in some remote areas. In case of emergency, it's important to have a reliable means of communication to call for help. Satellite phones or personal locator beacons (PLBs) can be useful for communication in areas with no mobile network coverage.
Travel Insurance: It's essential to have travel insurance that covers trekking at high altitudes and includes emergency evacuation and medical expenses. Make sure to carry your insurance details with you and know the procedures for making a claim in case of emergency.
Prevention: Preventing emergencies is always better than dealing with them. This includes proper acclimatization to altitude, staying hydrated, following safety guidelines, wearing appropriate gear, and being aware of potential risks along the trekking route.
Overall, being prepared, informed, and taking necessary precautions can help manage emergencies effectively during the Annapurna Base Camp trek.


 

The payment terms of Adventure Nepal Eco Treks Company may vary depending on the specific trekking package and services you choose. However, typical payment terms for trekking companies in Nepal often include the following:

Deposit:
Many trekking companies require a deposit to secure your booking. This deposit amount can vary but is typically around 20-30% of the total trip cost. The deposit is usually non-refundable unless stated otherwise in the company's terms and conditions.
Balance Payment:
The remaining balance of the trip cost is usually due upon arrival in Nepal or before the start of the trek. This allows you to pay the remaining amount in cash or through other agreed-upon payment methods.
Payment Methods:
Adventure Nepal Eco Treks may accept various payment methods, including cash (in local currency or US dollars), credit card, bank transfer, or online payment platforms like PayPal. It's essential to confirm accepted payment methods with the company before making any payments.
Cancellation Policy:
Understand the company's cancellation policy, including any fees or refunds associated with canceling or changing your booking. Typically, if you cancel your trip, you may lose your deposit, and additional cancellation fees may apply depending on the timing of the cancellation.
Additional Costs:
Be aware of any additional costs not included in the trekking package, such as permits, extra accommodation, meals, tips for guides and porters, and optional activities.
Insurance Requirements:
Some trekking companies may require you to have travel insurance that covers trekking activities at high altitudes and includes emergency evacuation and medical expenses. Make sure to check Adventure Nepal Eco Treks' insurance requirements.
It's essential to carefully read and understand the terms and conditions provided by Adventure Nepal Eco Treks regarding payment, cancellation, and other important aspects of your trekking trip before making any payments. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to communicate with the company directly for clarification.

Yes, you can bring some food from home for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. While there are tea houses and guesthouses along the trekking route where you can purchase meals, bringing some of your own food can be convenient, especially for snacks or dietary preferences.

Here are a few things to consider when bringing food from home:

Snacks: Pack lightweight, high-energy snacks such as nuts, dried fruits, energy bars, granola bars, trail mix, and chocolate. These can provide a quick boost of energy during the trek.
Instant Meals: Consider bringing instant noodles, instant soups, or freeze-dried meals that require only hot water to prepare. These are convenient options for a quick and easy meal at tea houses or camping sites.
Tea and Coffee: If you're a tea or coffee lover, you might want to bring your own tea bags, instant coffee, or powdered milk for a comforting drink in the morning or evening.
Special Dietary Needs: If you have specific dietary requirements or preferences, bringing some of your own food ensures you have options that suit your needs.
Local Produce: You can also buy fresh fruits, vegetables, and snacks in Kathmandu or Pokhara before starting the trek. Keep in mind that fresh produce might not stay fresh for the entire duration of the trek, so consume it early in the journey.
Consider Local Cuisine: Part of the experience of trekking in Nepal is trying local dishes at tea houses along the way. While it's good to bring some familiar foods, don't miss out on the opportunity to taste local cuisine like dal bhat (rice and lentils), momos (dumplings), and Tibetan bread.
When bringing food from home, be mindful of weight restrictions, as you'll need to carry everything in your backpack. Also, remember to dispose of any waste responsibly, as proper waste management is essential for preserving the natural beauty of the trekking area.

 

Yes, there are communication options available while trekking in the Annapurna region, but they may vary depending on the specific location and elevation:

Mobile Network: In many parts of the Annapurna region, especially in lower altitudes and near villages, you may have mobile network coverage. However, the coverage can be limited or unreliable in remote areas and at higher elevations.
Local SIM Cards: You can purchase a local SIM card in Nepal, which can provide coverage in some areas along the trekking route. Ncell and Nepal Telecom are the two main providers. Keep in mind that coverage may not be available throughout the entire trek.
Satellite Phones: For more reliable communication in remote areas with no mobile network coverage, some trekkers bring satellite phones. These devices allow you to make calls or send text messages via satellite, providing coverage even in the most isolated areas.
Emergency Communication Devices: Personal locator beacons (PLBs) and satellite messengers such as Garmin inReach or SPOT can be used for emergency communication. These devices allow you to send distress signals and your GPS coordinates to emergency responders in case of an emergency.
Tea Houses and Lodges: Many tea houses and lodges along the trekking route have Wi-Fi facilities, although the quality and reliability of the connection can vary. You may need to pay a fee for Wi-Fi access, and it may be slower in remote areas.
Communication with Guides and Porters: If you've hired a guide or porter, they can help with communication, as they often have mobile phones or access to satellite phones. They can assist in arranging emergency services if needed.
Local Communication Centers: Some villages along the trekking route have communication centers where you can make international calls or send emails. However, these facilities may be limited and may not be available in more remote areas.
It's essential to be prepared for limited communication while trekking in the mountains. Make sure to inform someone about your itinerary and expected return date before starting the trek, and carry appropriate communication devices for emergencies.


 

 

Adventure Nepal Eco Treks should have insurance coverage for their staff, including guides, porters, and other employees involved in trekking activities. This insurance typically covers medical expenses, emergency evacuation, and other unforeseen circumstances that may occur during treks.

It's essential to confirm with Adventure Nepal Eco Treks directly about their insurance policies to ensure that their staff are adequately covered. As a responsible trekking agency, they should provide transparent information about the insurance coverage for their staff to ensure the safety and well-being of both their employees and clients.


 

Additional Information

(1)Comfortable hiking boots/Socks

(2)Trekking poles

(3Headlight

(4)Water bottle

(5)First-aid kit

(6)Water purification drops or taps late

(7)Down jacket

(8)Sleeping bag

(9)Sunglasses

(10)Full fingers gloves

(11)Raincoat

(12)Sunscreen

(13)Fleece

(14)Thermal cap

(15)Duffel Bag or back pack


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