Annapurna Panorama TrekProduct ID: 12128
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- Experience one of the best trekking trails in the world on this 2-week trek
- Engage with the culture and customs of local villagers on the way
- Climb up the challenging Thruong Pass Trek
- Take in the majestic scenery of the Annapurna Himalayas
Our trip also takes you from dense forests to the sparse Tibetan plateau, passing through local villages of gurungs, tamangs, magars thakalis, manangies, Brahmins and chhetris.
The Annapurna is one of the most attractive and panoramic Himalayan sections, located in central Nepal, just north of Pokhara. The range from west to east consists of Annapurna south, Annapurna I (the highest at 26,500 feet or 8,091 meters), Himchuli, Gangapurna, Annapurna III, Fishtail, Annapurna IV, Annapurna II and many others.
The trek is not very difficult compared to others in the Himalayas. Early autumn or late spring are the best seasons for the Annapurna trek.
Our itinerary for this amazing adventure is:
Day 1: Kathmandu – Besisahar
Early in the morning after breakfast we will drive to Besisahar via the Trishuli River. This journey takes 8 hours, and we will spend the night in Besisahar,
Day 2: Besisahar – Bahundanda
At Besisahar, the trail drops to a stream on a rough rock staircase to Bhalam Khola. After crossing it the trail winds up and down, crosses rice paddies and subtropical forests through Khudi, Bhulbhule and Ngadi before reaching Bahundanda.
Walking time for the day is about 6 hours, with an overnight stay in Bahundanda,
Day 3: Bahundanda – Chamje
From Bahundanda, the trail descends after passing several small villages such as Lili Bir, Kanigoun, Ghermu pnant. The trail then drops to cross the Marsyandi river and through Jagat before reaching Chamje.
Walking time is about 6 hours, staying overnight in Chamie
Day 4: Chamje – Dharapani
From Chamje, crossing the Marsyandi River again to the east bank, and follow the trail along the river embankment. After that the trail passes under an overhanging rock and climbs a rock staircase. It passes several villages such as Tal Besi, Tal Karte and reaches Dharapani.
Walking time is 5 hours. Overnight at Dharapani,
Day 5: Dharapani – Chame
At Dharapani, the route crosses several landslides and leads uphill through the forest. It passes the other places along Lattemarang, Kotho and coming Chame. Walking time is 6 hours, staying overnight at Chame.
Day 6: Chame – Pisang
From Chame, our trail leads continuously through the bank of Marsyandi River. It passes Bharatang before coming to Pisang, where we will spend the night. Walking time is about 5 hours.
Day 7: Pisang – Manang
From Pisang, one can follow the very soft trail through Hongde, Mungji, Bryaga and finally reaching Manang, where we will spend the night. Walking time for today is about 4 hours.
Day 8: Manang
Enjoy a relaxed rest day in Manang to see the beautiful surrounding area and explore the local Manang culture.
Day 9: Manang – Letdar
Leaving early in the morning, we will follow our trail from Manang, ascending to Letdar through several places such as Tergi, Gunman, Yak Kharka. Walking time is approximately 5 hours, overnight in Letdar.
Day 10: Letdar – Thorung phedi
From Letdar, the mountain path leads continuously to climb along the east bank of the Jarjung Khola, after crossing through wooden bridge. The path makes a short ascent and comes to Thorungphedi. Walking time takes about 3 hours. O/n at ThorungPhedi,
Day 11: Thorung Phedi – Muktinath
The trail becomes steep immediately after leaving Thrungphedi, climbing through the high camp cross-moraines up to Thorung La. After Thorung La the trail descends to Muktinath. The walking time for today will be an active 8 hours, spending the night in Muktinath.
Day 12: Muktinath – Jomsom
At Muktinath, we will return through the same trail to Jomsom. Walking time is approximately 5 hours. Overnight at Jomsom
Day 13: Jomsom – Pokhara
After breakfast we will fly back to Pokhara to enjoy another rest day and plenty of excellent sightseeing in Pokhara city. Tonight we will stay at a Pokhara Hotel
Day 14: Pokhara- Kathmandu
After breakfast and another quick visit to Pokhara city and nearby lakes we will depart on an afternoon drive back to Kathmandu.
- Private arrival and departure transfers
- Hotel Accommodation as per itinerary
- Full board meals while trekking (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- Properly boiled drinking water, tea and coffee while on trek
- Accommodation in teahouse during the trek
- Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
- Nepal Social Treks Gear - sleeping bag, duffel bag etc for the use during the trip, garbage plastic bag
- Professional local experienced Trek Leader and guide trained in Wilderness First Aid
- Comprehensive First Aid Kit
- Respective region (Annapurna) trekking map, TIMS Card & Trek Permit
- Well-experienced climbing guide with all his allowance and expenses
- Necessary Porters to carry all personal gear and group equipment
- Proper Insurance of all staff including porters
- Trekking t-shirt
- Trekking map to each members
- Nepal entry Visa fees, your travel insurance of any kind
- International Airfare and Airport Tax
- Lunch and dinner except except on Trek
- All drinks and main meals in cities
- Tips and personal expenses such as hot showers, battery charges, telephone calls, drinks, etc.
Our tour departs from our specified pick-up point in Kathmandu (Open in Google Maps)
Product ID: 12128