Annapurna Base Camp Trek For Kids
Annapurna base camp trekking is also one of the most famous trekking destinations in Nepal for family visitors with 7 to 9-10 year kids, Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trekking starts from Nayapul after drive through tourist bus from Pokhara, there are many interesting sites for toddler along the trip, swimming at starting day of the trip in Mata rivers, after reaching each camp, visit the Local villages play with local kids, introductions – interact with them, learn about their childhood, during the day most of the hiking is in the jungle, sunny shadow. more energy for kids to hike, if lucky some time able to see long tail Langur Money group and Himalayan birds Danphe.
Annapurna Base Camp Trekking for Kids is such a splendid variety of natural heritage of Nepal, culture custom, flora & fauna, It is a rare combination of long arrays of snow-capped mountains, crystal clear lakes, turbulent rivers with deep gorges, Buddhist monasteries, home of famous Gorkha soldiers and other friendly ethnic groups, as well as hot springs and beautiful villages in this area.
Tips for Family Visitor to Annapurna base camp
Take care of children’s food and diet, as their bodies are quite sensitive to different varieties of food.
Check the availability of nearby doctor or a registered nurse at the place of your stay.
If the child is very small, be assured to have a babysitting facility on your family adventure tour otherwise full time you have to hang up with the little toddler.
While indulging in any of the adventure activity make sure your child is safe and comfortable, don’t force upon any activity on your child especially, in which they show hesitation.
we are not advised to bring below 6 year kids to do Annapurna Base Camp trekking because of 4130 m, altitude, children will be soreness instead of enjoying, of course, we do provide extra porter and Basket to carry him or her, but if kids can’t store them memory benefit from mysterious adventure Himalayan trip then has no meaning to bring 5/6 year kids to the Annapurna Base Camp, more information trekking with kids