Annapurna Circuit Trekking
One week Annapurna Circuit Trekking has spectacular Panoramic Annapurna Himalayas views, multi-culture, Marsyangdi river, charming villages discover trek in Nepal, Annapurna Circuit is very much famous for the trekkers who want to across high Land Passes Thorong La Pass and enjoy the scenery of the Himalayas Within short time frame.
Trek starts from driving from Kathmandu 5/6 hrs of along Scenic rice territory to Besisahar and Jeep to Chame and starts your short trekking continue to Jomsom via Pisang, Manang, Yak Kharka, Thorong Phedi, Muktinath, and Kagbeni, This is a magnificent white peak view and two different river valleys Kali Gandaki and Marsyangdi.
The gorgeous Marsyangdi valley views encircle the one week Annapurna circuit Trek, crossing Thorong La 5416 m. It one of the tough Trekking passes in Nepal, the heading up upper Pisang and Manang of Annapurna circuit Trek.
From the Circuit Trek is genuinely glory mountain scenery and fascinating villages across during the trek, the communities are Dharapani, Koto, side of Nar & Phu, Chame, Dhukur Pokhari, Pisang, Humde airport, Braga, Mangtang, Yak Kharka. Thorong Phedi, Muktinath, Jomsom, the trails are moderate to challenging trek, it is climbing up the beginning and steep down after the Thorong La pass of Annapurna Circuit, considered one of the best trekking trails in the world is the classic trek.
1993 till 2010 trekkers have to start the trek from Bhote Odar/ Besisahar and used to do 20 to 22 days for the full circuits, after the road build from both site, the nature trek route destroy pretty much and become shorter one week trek, although one week trek, it is exaggeration adventures area still natural untouched by roads and expositing unmovable Himalayas always welcoming you to make extraordinary exhilaration your trek.
Nepal wilderness trekking agency lead One week Annapurna circuit full board package with the very preferable cost for adventure Trekkers. Experience and familiar guide, porters, pick up- drop transports, Kathmandu Hotels BB basis, 3-time meals during the trek, tea/ coffee, Accommodations on the trek, Trekking permits TIMS and ACAP, flight tickets from Jomsom to Pokhara, Hotel in Pokhara, Tourist bus to Kathmandu from Pokhara.
Note: One-week Circuit Trek itinerary has 12 days from arrival to departure. However, the hiking days is only a week on the course via jeep to Chame.
By Guto B On April 03, 2018
First of all, I would like to say that this trip was a long dream coming true, lots of expectations and very little information on timetables and so on. So actually I could do no planning at all before I met my guide Himal and Manosh. Usually, I plan the trip way cause I always want to make the most of my leaves from work…More>>
By Byon John On Dec 10, 2018
The trip is one that you should do once in your lifetime at least. Annapurna Circuit promises an abundance of beautiful nature, scenic mountains and friendship you’ll forge along the way. I’ve learnt more about my spouse through the difficult times we went through together.
Both of us did not train for it, it will be most ideal to do so since it most parts of the trip took a toll on our fitness. I would say the younger folks wouldn’t have any issues since their body and metabolism can compensate for the lack of training, but for those who are not active, do not overlook it.
We completed it over the Thorung La pass nonetheless while missing one of the detour lakes in the trip after Manang. In hindsight, there are more you can enjoy when your fitness is at the most ideal stages.
Hired a single guide+porter, the combination gives us privacy when we needed, allows us to plan easily each day of the journey, and flexibility to walk at our own pace. Like what other reviewers mentioned, you need to plan to meet the guide first and review through the plans and align the expectations before the trip. Change the guide if you’re not happy. Change the plans if you want to do an easier route. Our guide took us to extreme Upper Pisang, not necessary, but has better views. Took us to better routes even after upper Pisang, which tourist usually travels on the lower ground/Pisang. Travels on older routes that had better scenic, less trekkers, used mainly by the locals for their day to day work. The guide also provided us morning services, came to our room to pick up our bags, brought the menu to us, took care of hot water we needed for a bath, negotiated charges, etc. We showered whenever we can. We are also glad we hired a local guide. Of course, we knew some of the charges such as room charges was not supposed to be included in several homes, and the money went to the guide. But it didn’t bother us too much…More»
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