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Nepal

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

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Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu/ Welcome to Nepal.

Once arrival in Kathmandu representative from Nebula Travels and Tours meet and transfer to the hotel, determine in the hotel than briefing about your entire journey. Late-night entertainment stroll in Thamel, a standard touristic situation in Kathmandu and a bustling bazaar which offers a glimpse of Nepal's brilliant ethnic culture after that in a single day at the hotel.

Day 02: Breakfast in the hotel and drive to Pokhara,

Breakfast in the hotel and drive to Pokhara, on the way having lunch and on to the Nayapool and short stroll to Birethanthi, Birethanthi is a riverside village at the confluence of the Modi Khola and the BurungdiKhola. If there is a time, we can bath in the clear but cold swimming pools of the BurungdiKhola and overnight in the teahouse.

Day 03: Banthanti (2240M), we start our trek by following the BurungdiKhola upstream.

Banthanti (2240M), we start our trek by following the BurungdiKhola upstream. After a lunch discontinues in Tirkhedunga, we the long steep climb up a stone staircase through the neatly terraced hillsides to the top of Ulleri. Carrying on with through Ulleri we discontinue tonight at lessening Banthanti and overnight at teahouse.

Day 04: Upper Ghorepani (2900M), the path winds its means onwards and enters the wooded rhododendron area.

Upper Ghorepani (2900M), the path winds its means onwards and enters the wooded rhododendron area. In spring the woodland is ablaze with color. Trains of mules furnish colorful and noisy interludes to the steady ascent today (there are lots of stone staircases). Carrying rice and other presents north to the dominion of Mustang the path resounds with the sound of their bells. Ultimately, we emerge from the forests at Ghorepani, and instantly, a notable mountain vista seems before us - Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhare, Lamjung, and different Himalayan giants. We proceed up via Ghorepani to our motel in higher Ghorepani and a single night at teahouse.

Day 05: Poon Hill (2290M) for the mesmerizing scene of the Annapurnas, Machhapuchhare, and Dhaulagiri during sunrise.

Poon Hill (2290M) for the mesmerizing scene of the Annapurnas, Machhapuchhare, and Dhaulagiri during sunrise. Breakfast on the lap of Himalaya, trek through rhododendron forests to Chuili. This morning may be an ascent of Poon Hill (3,210M - about an hour's walk uphill) to see the amazing sunrise over the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himal. As the solar emerges from at the back of the mountains, the sky glows pink and purple. In the first rays of the sun, and the panorama is, without doubt, one of the vital world's best mountain vistas. Quality visible at dawn, the climb is well valued at the effort. After breakfast, we head east, following a ridge to go a move at 3,150m.
We cross via the forest, and a few tea residences and then the descent becomes steeper as we descend on stone steps through the jungle to a couple of hotels in a clearing called Banthanti at 2,760m, where we've got lunch. Descending further to a small circulation, we pass a bridge and climb again as much as 2,690M at Tadapani the place we have an ultimate view of Annapurna South and the height of Machhapuchhare. From right here we descend for a brief while to our lodge at Chuili, where we have pleasant views of the mountains from the lovely backyard and in a single day at teahouse.

Day 06: Chhomrong (2220M), the path descends steeply through the forest to the KyumnuKhola, a tributary of the Modi Khola.

Chhomrong (2220M), the path descends steeply through the forest to the KyumnuKhola, a tributary of the Modi Khola. From right here a steep ascent brings us to Chhomrong, at 2,220m. Another Gurung village and this is the final permanent settlement within the valley. Past right here we will see old, the shelters used by herdsmen in the summer months. From Chhomrong we've got excellent views again of Annapurna South and from this factor onwards the twin-peaked mountain Machhapuchhare (Fishtail) which offers the mountain its identity and in a single day at the hotel.

Day 07: Dobhan (2500M), the trail from Chhomrong descends first on a stone staircase to pass the Chhomrong Khola.

Dobhan (2500M), the trail from Chhomrong descends first on a stone staircase to pass the Chhomrong Khola. After which climbs steeply on one more stone staircase out of this facet valley to Sinuwa, where we enter Modi Khola Valley. The forest around us stuffed with bamboo thickets. These are reduced significantly to make 'dokos' - the carrying baskets as utilized by even our porters and different household items made out of it. Descending further through the bamboo forest we are reaching Dobhan at 2,500m, and there are several teahouses for overnight.

Day 08: Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3700M), a rough day in these days as we stroll above 3,000M.

Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3700M), a rough day in these days as we stroll above 3,000M. The trail continues up through the jungle area. From right here the trail will get steeper and rockier as we climb up previous Hinko Cave, where the primary expeditions to the bottom Camp used to Camp. Crossing a ravine, the way continues to climb steeply among boulders, leaving the timber in the back of us. We have now lunch at Deurali, and from here, the valley broadens out, and the scenery turns into wilder as we procedure the gates of the sanctuary.
From Deurali there are two trails. The one on the left part of the valley is the foremost trail but peculiarly in spring when there is heavy snow it isn't used, and a substitute trail on the proper side of the valley preferred. Your guide will come to a decision about which route to use. Each trail finally meets for the final one and half hours climb up between the heights of Hiunchuli and Machhapuchhare, to Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3,700M), where we spend the night. The views are marvelous, and the panorama includes Himchuli, Annapurna 1, Annapurna 3, Gangapurna and Machhapuchhare and overnight at teahouse.

Day 09: Annapurna Base Camp (4130M), in the early morning, we walk for two hours up to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130M),

Annapurna Base Camp (4130M), in the early morning, we walk for two hours up to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130M), surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of one of the best possible mountains on the planet. All Himalayas encircle us with unbroken soaring ramparts however for the route by which we entered. The sunset and dawn are remarkable in this mountain area. We spend the day on this unique position with a chance to look at dawn the following morning. There must be time to make an excursion to the ridge overlooking the bottom Camp from where Sir Chris Bonington led the ascent of Annapurna's South Face and overnight at teahouse.
Note: routinely, there is too much snow to stay at Annapurna Base Camp. In this case, we would stroll backtrack to Machhapuchhare Base Camp within the late afternoon.

Day 10: Valley to Bamboo (2330M), an extended and in general downhill day as we depart the sanctuary.

Valley to Bamboo (2330M), an extended and in general downhill day as we depart the sanctuary. We comply with the same trail again to Machhapuchhare Base Camp and on the way back to Deurali. On the way of the forest, we descend smoothly and carefully on a rocky trail through Himalaya and overnight at teahouse in Dobhan.

Day 11: Chhomrong to Jhinnudanda (1710M), a rollercoaster stroll in these days with plenty of ups and downs.

Chhomrong to Jhinnudanda (1710M), a rollercoaster stroll in these days with plenty of ups and downs. Once we start to climb up to Sinwai, then we descend to the river. Again climb up the stone steps to Chomro. A final steep descent step brings us to Jhinnudanda. Nearly Jhinnudanda, there are some scorching springs that you would be able to consult with for those who want; getting there includes descending for twenty minutes' walk down to the river, and the climb back up may take a bit of longer (approximately half-hour or little more) and then stay in the teahouse for overnight.

Day 12: Trek to Sinwai, the trail at undulates down the Modi River Valley.

Trek to Sinwai, the trail at undulates down the Modi River Valley. We cross the valley down to head at Sinwai. If the street is in just the right condition, we will be able to choose up our transport here and drive back to Pokhara and overnight at the hotel, Pokhara.

Day 13: Delicious breakfast in the hotel then a full day to relax in Pokhara.

Delicious breakfast in the hotel then a full day to relax in Pokhara. There are a lot of cafés and restaurants alongside the Lakeside where you can watch Para-gliders in flight. You can also wish to take a rowing boat throughout Lake Phewa and stroll as much as the arena Peace Pagoda, set on a hill overlooking the Lake with exquisite views. There are also many shops and an ordinary bazaar where you could decide upon up some souvenirs. However, there are several museums to visit, including the worldwide Mountain Museum and the Gurkha Museum and overnight at the hotel.

Day 14: After breakfast in the hotel transfer to Pokhara airport for the flight to Kathmandu.

After breakfast in the hotel transfer to Pokhara airport for the flight to Kathmandu. Weather depending there will have to be excellent views of the Himalayan range on the left side. Then the afternoon is free for sightseeing. You may visit Swayambhunath – monkey temple, one of the significant Buddhist Stupas – Bouddhanath, or famous Hindu temple in the world Pashupatinath and overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 15: Departure Day/Tour End

After having breakfast in the hotel, wait till flight time then transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport for your flight.

Tour Highlights

  • Travel Destination: Nepal/Annapurna Region
  • Trek Day: 10 Days
  • Group Size: 2 Pax Minimum
  • Transfer: Land Transfer/Trek
  • Trip Type: Classic
  • Meal: Restaurant and Tea House
  • Accommodation: Hotel/Tea House
  • Maximum Altitude: 4130M
  • Best Season: September - December and March to May.
  • Trips Cover - Return Airport Transfer, Pokhara, Banthanti, Upper Ghorepani, Poon, Chhomrong, Dobhan, Machhapuchhare Base, Annapurna Base Camp, Jhinnudanda, Sinwai, in KathmanduSwayambhunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and, All Permission Fees and All Government Taxes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the minimum number of the participant on this Annapurna Sanctuary trek?
The minimum number of participants of this trek is 2 pax.
What type of landscape do we see while trekking?
You will see Cold tropical to Tundra type climate.
Is Annapurna Sanctuary a complete wilderness trek?
Yes, some places are complete wilderness with very few settlements.
What is the culture to which we encounter during our trek?
Gurung and mixed cast group to which we encounter during our trek.
What is the Annapurna Sanctuary trek?
Annapurna Sanctuary Trek is the ultimate Himalayan experience in the region.
Why trek in the Annapurna region?
Annapurna region is safe, beautiful, and more accessible compared to other many Himalayan trekking routes.
What is a moderate adventure?
It is a mild type of adventure. It is suitable for those who want to experience adventure with little prior similar types of adventure.
Is it possible for a mixture of adventure and recreation?
The mixture of adventure and recreation is the beauty of Nepal tourism. Visitors can experience a luxury holiday to stiff adventure during a single holiday in Nepal.
Where is Pokhara?
Pokhara also is known as Lake City is located 200 kilometers west from the capital city Kathmandu.
Is it necessary to visit Kathmandu while my major destinations are Pokhara and Annapurna?
As of now, there is only one International Airport in Nepal, which is located in Kathmandu. Pokhara is waiting to welcome direct international passengers within a couple of years. There is a regional airport under-construction in Pokhara.
Is Annapurna base camp dangerous for the trek?
Yes, you go to the Himalayan region, it can't be said that you will be 100 percent safe in some regions. However, Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) is comparatively less dangerous.
Why Annapurna region so famous for the trekking route in Nepal?
It is accessible, internationally famous for a moderate trekking adventure, more en-route facilities, and comparatively safe.

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