Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna is another popular trekking destination in Nepal which is taken the home to several world-class treks. Annapurna means Goddess of the Harvest. It is an immense snow-capped mountain range which is located in north central Nepal that includes the world’s 10th highest peak Annapurna 1 (8091m).This trek offers incredibly diverse scenery with both high mountains and lowlands countryside along with the deepest Kaligandaki gorge of the world. In the trek, we will pass through deferent geographical and cultural diversities within an amazing range of flora and fauna throughout the trek. You can get lodges everywhere in the whole trek. The highest pass of the trek is Thorong La pass 5416m. You can visit many old Buddhist monasteries, the holy Muktinath shrine, natural hot spring at Tatopani, best view point Ghorepani poon hill along with stunning views of the entire Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Fishtail, Sunrise and Sunset, the most beautiful Gurung village Ghandruk and popular tourist city Pokhara on this trek. It can be done within 17 days. The best season for this trek is Sept to December and March to May. It is suitable for those clients who want to pass above 5000m high during their trek along with the wonderful mountain views.


Brief itinerary:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m)
Day 02: Full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Day 03: Kathmandu to Besisahar (760m) and trek to Bhulbhule (840m) 7/8 hours
Day 04: Bhulbhule to Ghermu Phant (1,130m) 5/6 hours
Day 05: Ghermu Phant to Taal (1,700m) 4/5 hours
Day 06: Taal to Bagarchhap (2,100m) 5/6 hours
Day 07: Bagarchhap to Chame (2,670m) 5/6 hours
Day 08: Chame to Pisang (3,200m) 5/6 hours
Day 09: Pisang to Manang (3,540m) 6/7 hours
Day 10: Rest day at Manang for acclimatization
Day 11: Manang to Yak Kharka (4,018m) 4/5 hours
Day 12: Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4,450m) 4/ 5 hours
Day 13: Thorong Phedi to Thorong La Pass (5,416m) to Muktinath (3,760) 7/ 8 hours
Day 14: Muktinath to Kagbeni (2,800m) 3/4 hours
Day 15: Kagbeni to Marpha (2,670m) 4/5 hours
Day 16: Marpaha to Kalopani (2,530m) 5/6 hours
Day 17: Kalopani to Tatopani (1,190m) 6/7 hours
Day 18: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2,800m) 7/8 hours
Day 19: Poon hill and back to Ghorepani and trek to Tadapani (2,630m) 5/6 hours
Day 20: Tadapani to Ghandruk (1,950m) 3/4 hours
Day 21: Ghandruk to Nayapul (1,070m) and back to Pokhara (820m) 4/5 hours
Day 22: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,350m) 7/ 8 hours
Day 23: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 24: Final Departure


Type of our services:

In Nepal the trekking can be categorized into three types: Therefore we have the three types of services for trekking on the client's requirement and request. You can choose any one among these three and the programme and price will be changed accordingly.

01: Fully Organized Camping Trek:

Camping trekking is that kind of trekking on which all the food are prepared and served to the clients in their own dinning tents and they have to spend their night an open area in the tent during the trek. This type of trekking are organized in those areas where Lodges are unavailable and difficult to accommodate during the trek. All the members have to sleep in the tents and breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared by the cook and Kitchen staffs. The essential things such as tents, foods, utensils, tables, chairs, stoves and kerosene are taken from Kathmandu. Hence, this type of trekking is a bit expensive instead of tea house trek because we have to take everything from Kathmandu. The price covers all permits, transportation, staffs salary and insurance along with your domestic flight tickets, transportation and accommodation in Kathmandu as well.

02: Full Package Lodge or Teahouse Trek:

Teahouse or Lodge trek is a type of trek on which we will eat and sleep at lodge during the trek. The package covers all the foods (breakfast, lunch and dinner) accommodation, trekking permits, hotel in Kathmandu, arrival and departure, round transportation and domestic flight tickets along with staffs salaries, foods accommodation and their insurance.

03: Guide or porters services with accommodation:

This type of trekking is based on lodge trek. The price includes only guide or porter, his foods, accommodation, insurance and your accommodation and trekking permits during the trek. We are always flexible for the price and itinerary and please never hesitate to ask question if you have any queries. We are here just for to give quality of service.


Key notes for trekkers



You can have the food on the basis of your order on the fixed priced menu on this trek. We will serve you three times meal a day during the trek. Breakfast and dinner with tea or coffee are served at the same hotel where we stay but the lunch we will take on the way to trek. The best authentic Nepalese food is Daal bhat (that comes with lintel, rice, pickle, meat or vegetable). Most of the clients have to eat food at the hotel where they stay according to the rules and regulation of the local. You can consult with your guide for dinner, lunch and breakfast so that you will get the authentic and hygienic food during the trek. As you check in lodge, you have to give the order for dinner and fix the time because in the mountain the hotel kitchen is small where the innkeeper cooks everything over a single wood or kerosene stove with a limited supply of pots. So, it may take a bit longer.

Accommodation in Annapurna region:

Nepal is the only one country of the world where you have to adjust with the climate of Himalayan, hilly and Terai region. The climates and facilities of accommodation as well differs place to place and region to region. The Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara will be in 3 star categories hotel. All accommodations are normal on a twine-shared basis. The room sharing partner will be arrange on the basis of your age and sex. All the accommodation will be in normal lodges and most of the rooms will be common shared bathroom on the trek. The United Brothers Trek and Expedition will book the best lodges during the trek as they can. You can get room with attached only in few places during the trek but the bathroom will be frozen due to cold in the higher places. If you want single room, please notify it before your arrival, and we will tell the extra price for that and book the hotel accordingly. You can get the single room in city like Kathmandu and Pokhara easily on the basis of your choice but in the mountain during the trek, sometimes the hotel owner does not want to give single room due to lack of rooms or overflow of trekkers. In such cases, you have to consider and sleep on twine sharing basis with your friends.
There are only limited lodges mainly at Annapurna Base Camp, Tilicho Base Camp and Thorong Phedi the way to Annapurna circuit. In those places sometimes all the rooms will be fully booked due to over flow of tourist and in such case, we have to sleep in the dormitory room or dining hall with 10-15 persons.

Temperature in Annapurna region:

The weather and climate differs from place to place in Nepal. The best season for trekking starts from September to December and March to April. The best season for trekking in Nepal can be divided into autumn (fall) and spring. September to December season falls on Autumn Season. September and October are the best and peak season in Nepal. During these months the weather is warm and pleasant. The temperature during the day is 15 to 20 but at night will be cold. As you go higher the weather will be colder. The sky will be clear and monsoon is over. Sometime it snows and that time the temperature goes to be below 0 degree during the night.
November and December is also good season for trekking. These two months will be a bit colder. Temperature during the day is 15 to 20 but at night the temperature goes to be below 0 to -10. Hence you need to bring good sleeping bag for Annapurna Base Camp and Annapurna circuit Trek. January and February is taken low season due to cold. During these period, the weather will be too cold at higher place and the way to Thorong pass, Tilicho Pass and Annapurna Base Camp will be blocked sometimes due to over snow. Most of the hotel at high pass will be closed due to cold. The temperature during the day will be like 5 to 10 but at night goes to be -10 to -15.

Likewise March to May is the good season for trekking. The weather is warm and good for climbing as well. The sky will be clear and all the way will be dry but a bit dusty and windy. The hilly region covers by the beautiful flowers of Magnolia and rhododendron and seems colorful. The temperature is 20 to 25 during the day but will be cold below 0 at night at the higher place.
June to August is rainy season and most of the areas are a bit difficult to travel due to landslide and rain. Most of the hills will be covered by clouds and all most all views cannot be during this season.

Drinking water:

Drinking water is the most important thing for the travel. .During your trek, all the trekkers are requested not to drink the water directly from the tap. The tap water on the way is not pure to drink .You can buy mineral water on the way to drink but it may not get all the way because the ACAP has banned the plastic bottles to prevent environmental pollution. So, you can take personal water bottle from Kathmandu and fill the drinkable water in it from the available place or you can put in purification tablet before drinking. That is the best way to be safe from the disease which may cause from impure drinking water during the trek. Some of the trekkers use to drink water from the tap due to the lack well information. So, it's not good to drink water from the tap for your health.

Physical Strength and pre experience:

Trekking means walking on foot to visit and observe panoramic beauty being close to Nature. You have to walk at least 5/6 hours per day. The trekkers must be physically and mentally fit enough. Everyday walking and jogging help you to achieve the target. If you have pre experience of trekking that helps a lot but nothing is impossible if you wish from your bottom of heart. Hence, clients are requested to do a lot of exercise for walking. You can walk or jogging every day before travelling that makes your muscle strong and fit for the trek. Better to do short trekking before joining longer trek like Passes above 5000m.

High Altitude Sickness:

High Altitude Sickness (HAS) or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is one the main problems during the trekking and any one (Mountain climbers, hikers, skiers or travelers) can be victims of AMS apart from their Physical Strength. It is the most dangerous things which has no any specific medicine and one needs to be cautious from the initial period. It starts normally from 2400m and the main causes are walking faster, less drinking water, lack of acclimatization, addiction of alcohol and cigarettes and lower level of oxygen and air pressure. The prime symptoms of AMS are dizziness, headache, vomiting, nausea, insomnia and anorexia. The best way to prevent it is to drink plenty of water, and enough acclimatization at above 3000 m. Our tour leader and staffs will have sufficient first aid medicine and kit but in case of creasing situation of AMS one might need to cancel the trip and descend down. If the situation of the patient is getting worse, clients will be airlifted immediately for further treatment in hospital at Kathmandu. Hence we request you not to use alcohol, tobacco and caffeine above 3000m during your trek.

Things need to bring for this trek:

Sleeping bag (good one -20 degree celcius)
Down jacket
Gore-Tex jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable
Few pairs of T-shirts
Hiking Shorts
Fleece or woolen trousers
Hiking Trousers
Polypropylene shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves)
Light and expedition weight thermal tops
Warm hat (that covers your ears)
Warm gloves
Few pairs of shocks
Bandana or head scarf, also useful for dusty conditions
Trekking boots
Trekking shoes (light)
Headlamp with extra bulbs and batteries
1 Medium-sized quick drying towel
Sun cream
Water bottle
Trekking poles
1 Medium rucksack (50-70) liters
1 Large duffel bag
A small daypack/backpack for carrying your valuables, should have good shoulder padding
Small padlocks for duffel-kit bags
Rain coat and waterproof trouser
Personal toiletries

Medicine for higg altitude



Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m)

Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport is the only one international airport of Nepal from where you will be welcomed with a great hospitality by the representative of United Brothers Trek and Expedition and transferred to the hotel. After having checked in the hotel, we will give you a short briefing about the trip and collect the essential documents (Passport and Photos) from you to issue the trekking permits. You can rest the leisure time exploring around and stay a night at the hotel with breakfast.

Day 02: Full day Sightseeing in Kathmandu

You can get up in the morning and have breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast we will come to pick you up at the hotel and take for full day sightseeing around Kathmandu valley (the world heritage site). At first, we will drive you to Swayambunath Temple. Swayambunath means self-originated Buddhist Temple which is known as Monkey Temple as well. It is located on the top of the hill from where you can see the superb view of the whole Kathmandu Valley. After having visited this holy temple, we will drive you to Boudha Stupa. It is a holy place for Buddhist and pilgrims which was slightly damaged during due the tremor of 2015 but later rebuilt. It is one of the largest spherical stupas in the world. From here, we will take you to Pashupatinath Temple that is pretty close from Boudhanth. Pashupatinath Temple, located at the bank of the Bagmati River is one of the biggest and most popular Shrines where you can behold for Hindus. Pashupatinath Temple which is the biggest Hindu Temple. You can see the ritual and cremation activities according to the Hindus Culture. At the end of the day, we will return back to the hotel. By the evening, we will take you to a Nepali restaurant for welcome dinner with typical Nepali cultural dance. At last, we will drop you to the hotel and spend a night with breakfast.

Day 03: Kathmandu to Besisahar (760m) and trek to Bhulbhule (840m) 7/8 hours

Today, we drive to Besishahar which goes into the hills through the winding roads along the Trishuli River. It is 177km far from Kathmandu and takes around 6 hours. On the way you can see the flowing Trisuli River, green countryside along with some snow-capped mountain views. Upon arrival at Mugling, we head along the road toward Pokhara and the trail departs to Basishahar from Dumre, and head north to Besisahar. We can walk from Besisahar to Bhulbhul which takes approximately 3 hours on foot and stay overnight at lodge.

Day 04: Bhulbhule to Ghermu Phant (1,130m) 5/6 hours

After having breakfast, the way travels up the east bank of the river past a majestic waterfall and continues through small villages scattered amongst extensive rice terraces with the beautiful view of Manaslu (8156m) and Ngadi Chuli. We again carry on our journey to Bahundanda and the trail goes through small beautiful village called Ngadi, crosses Ngadi Khola and moves upwards though scrub forests about 1 hours, then ascends to some small tea shop and cold drinks stalls opposite the rice terraces of Lampata. After that the trail makes short steep climb to Bahundanda. Bahundanda (hills of Brahman) is the north most Barahman settlement in the Marsyangdi valley. It is located on the top of the hill (1310m) from where you can see the Ghermuphant and Syange village very clearly. From here, the route descends on a steep, slippery trail past rice terraces along with the green view of countryside and finally arrives at Ghermu Phant. We stay a night at lodge.

Day 05: Ghermu Phant to Taal (1,700m) 4/5 hours

Ghermu Phant is small village and opposite of it, you can see nice waterfalls.We descend down and cross a long suspension bridge and arrive Syange and Shree Chaur village. Beyond Shree Chaur the trail climbs quite high on an exposed trail carved into nearly vertical cliffs, which are forested with rhododendron, pine and garnished with healthy crops of stinging nettles and marijuana. Before reaching Jagat, there is a steep 200m climb to a trail blasted out of the rock face but the way is wide and safe. After the long ascending, the way crosses a stream and descends down to a small village called Jagat.From here, the trail descends to the Marsyangdi and follows along the river bank, make a long climb through forest and finally arrives at Chamje.We continue our journey and cross the Marsyangdi river over a long suspension bridge and beside it you can see bee hive hanging on the rock. Then the trail climbs up through jungle and small village to Taal where we spend a night at lodge.

Day 06: Taal to Bagarchhap (2,100m) 5/6 hours

Taal is a beautiful village located at the bank of the Marsyangdi River. It is the main entrance of Manang. From here the trail goes through a rocky trail along the river and crosses the river over long suspension bridge then gently ascends first and later descends and crosses the river second time over the bridge and arrives at Kharte. It is a small village located at the bank of the Marsyangdi River. From here, the trail goes again along the river with its sound and finally reaches Dharapani. Dharapani is divided into upper and lower Dharapani. You have to check your permits once here in the police check post. There are many nice lodges for accommodation at Dharapni. It is main point of Annapurna circuit trek and Manaslu round trek. The way for Manaslu and Annapurn circuit trek departs from here separately. Leaving Dharapni, the trail enters the east-west Manang valley in a forest of blue pine and reaches to Bhagarchhap. We stay a night at lodge.

Day 07: Bagarchhap to Chame (2,670m) 5/6 hours

We will take breakfast and trek to Chame. The trail gently climbs up through dense forest of juniper and pine tree along with incredible view of Manaslu and Lamjung Himal and gets to lattemarang. It is a small village where only few lodges are available. From here, we go through green forest of pine and easy way then descend down, cross a river on long suspension bridge, make a small climb and finally arrives Koto. Koto is a small village where a police check post is located. You have to show your permits here for checking. This is the main entrance for Narphu valley trek. After 30 minutes of short walking you will get Chame the main administrative headquarter of Manang. Before it, you will see a long wall with pray wheels. There is a small natural hot spring near by the river. We stay a night here at lodge.

Day 08: Chame to Pisang (3,200m) 5/6 hours

The trail goes through small village and dense forest along the river and dramatic curved rock face, rising 1500m from the river and gets to Barthang. From here the way goes through the jungle and crosses the river and then gently climbs through dense forest of juniper and finally arrives Dhukur pokhari where we will stop for lunch. On the way you can see a lovely Buddhist temple with pray wheels, apples trees, Annapruna ii, Pisang peak and Tilicho Himal. After lunch we continue through small jungle and yak pasture with easy walk to Pisang. Pisang is a small Tibetan village which has been divided into upper Pisang and lower Pisang. You can go to upper pisang for small hiking. We stay a night at lower Pisang.

Day 09: Pisang to Manang (3,540m) 6/7 hours

After having spent a night there, we head to Manang. There are two ways to go to Manang. The short one goes directly via Humde and the other longer trail goes through upper Pisang via Ghyaru (3,670m) and Ngawal (3,660m). The longer way is best one for acclimatization and excellent Mountain View. It passes an interesting gompa in Ghyaru and a gompa in Ngawal that was built in 1990.You feel like you are horizontally in front of the majestic peaks. The panoramic views of the mountain peaks, such as Annapurna ii, Pisang peak, and several others will definitely allure us. The high route rejoins the direct route at Mungji. From Munji we walk again through bare field and get to a small village called Baraga where you can see a very old Buddhist monastery. From here, we walk again 30 minutes and finally arrive at Manang where we spend a night.

Day 10: Rest day at Manang for acclimatization

Manang is a beautiful village which is surrounded by white snow-capped mountains. Today after breakfast, we go to the Ganga Purna Lake for acclimatization from where you can see good view of the Manang village along with Gangapurna, Chulu east, Chulu west, Pisang peak and Annapurna ii. After having visited that, we descend down to Manang and have lunch. After Lunch if you haven’t visited Baraga monastery, you can visit it again and then return back to the lodge and stay overnight at the same lodge.

Day 11: Manang to Yak Kharka (4,018m) 4/5 hours

On the next day, the trai gentl climbs up through Tenki Mannag with the beautiful view of whole Annapurna range, Pisang peak and Manang valley. It continue out trip following the way to northward, passing a few pastures, a scrub of juniper trees. The way further passes near the small village of Ghunsa, a cluster of flat mud roofs just below the trailhead. It goes through meadows and Yak pasture where horses and yaks graze. After crossing a small river on a wooden bridge, the trail passes an ancient old Mani wall in a pleasant lawn filled with Himalayan incense and then finally reaches a small village of called Yak Kharka. We spend a night there at lodge.

Day 12: Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4,450m) 4/ 5 hours

As usual we start the trek after breakfast. Today the trail gently climbs up through yak pasture and letdar village with the sweet smell of incense and outstanding view of snow-capped mountains of Annapurna range and Chulu west. We cross the river and make a small climb then continue to Throng Phedi through rocky way and landslide today. This area is a bit danger and sometime the rock may fall. So, you have to take care yourselves. Phedi is a small busy settlement catering to the needs of tired trekkers and climbers where only few lodges are available for accommodation. Some visitors also attempt a hike to the High Camp today so that the next day can be easier for them. But, better to stay at Phedi so that we can sleep sound rather than a risky sleep in higher altitude at High Camp.

Day 13: Thorong Phedi to Thorong La Pass (5,416m) to Muktinath (3,760) 7/ 8 hours

Today is the longest and difficult route for us due to the famous pass (Thorong La) 5416m. We start our journey early in the morning around 3am So that we could reach on the top before 12pm. After 12 pm the pass becomes a bit windy and difficult to cross at snowing time. From Phedi, we slowly ascend through high camp. It will be a lifetime unforgettable experience- crossing the famous high pass, Thorong La (5416m. Each moment we have to work hard today through the icy high-altitude trail but the outstanding high Himalayan scenery are such tempting that our eyes love to watch more over the horizon than on our trail. From the top, the way descends down to Muktinath directly. Muktinath is an important pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhist. You can visit the holy Muktinath shrine. We stay a night there at lodge.

Day 14: Muktinath to Kagbeni (2,800m) 3/4 hours

Muktinath is an important pilgrimage for both Hindus and Buddhists. In the morning, we visit to Vishnu Temple and Gompa. After that we descend down from Ranipauwa through Jarkot village with the beautiful scenery of Mustang valley and Dhualagir Himal. From Jarkot we slowly descend down passing the Kinger village and finally arrive at Kagbeni. Kagbeni, a small village is the main entrance for upper Mustang where you can visit a very old monastery as well. We stay overnight at lodge.

Day 15: Kagbeni to Marpha (2,670m) 4/5 hours

Leaving Kagbeni, we descend to Marpha along the Kaligandi River passing the Eklobhati. Today the way is a bit windy after 11 am. So, you have to wear sun glass to protect your eyes. The trail is rocky and sandy till Jomsom. Jomsom is the administrative headquarter of Mustang where most of the bank, travel agency and nice hotels are located. If you don’t want to go the Kaligandaki and Ghorepani trek, you can postpone your trek. There is a small airport as well. So, you can fly to Pokhara directly. We constantly descend down and cross a small stream and finally arrive at Marpha. Marpha is a beautiful Thakali village. It is famous for apple farming. You can visit a Buddhist monastery here along with long wall with pray wheel. We stay overnight here at lodge.

Day 16: Marpaha to Kalopani (2,530m) 5/6 hours

Marpha and Tukuche is the main inhabitant of Thakali. Thakali is an ethnic group of Nepal who has their own language and culture. Today, we head to Kalopani through traditional Thakali village Tukuche. Tukuche village is famous for apple brandy where you can visit apple distillery factory. From here, the trail goes along the Kaligandaki river through Larjung village and cross the river and arrives at Kokhethanti. After that we make easy walking along the bank of Kaligandaki River with the view of Dhaulagari, Tukuche Peak, the three Nilgiris, Fang and Annapurna I and finally arrives at Kalopani. It is a beautiful village where you can visit the technical school as well. We stay overnight there at lodge.

Day 17: Kalopani to Tatopani (1,190m) 6/7 hours

The route constantly descends down to Ghasa through green forest. Ghasa is the deepest gorge of the world. We continue our journey to Tatopani along Rupse Chahara (popular waterfall), Dana village and at the end of the day arrive at Tatopni. Tatopni is famous place due to its natural hot spring. Here, Tato means hot and Pani means water. So, it is named from the natural hot spring. You can relax and have a bath in the hot spring with a bottle of bear. According to Nepalese culture, if you take bath in the natural hot water, you can cure all the disease of your skin. That is why every year; most of the people come to this place to take a bath in this holy water. We stay a night here at lodge.

Day 18: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2,800m) 7/8 hours

After breakfast, we start our journey to Ghorepani. The way first goes through landslide and cross the Kaligandaki on a long suspension bridge and then make a steep climb to Ghorepani through Shikha and Chitare village. On the way to it, you can observe the lifestyle of the people in the midland villages of Nepal. On the other hand, you can see the magnificent view of Annapurna south, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Tukuche peak along with the green scenery of the rural village. After Chitare village, the trail goes through dense jungle of rhododendron and magnolia tree and finally gets to Ghorepani. Ghorepani is a beautiful village located on the top of the hill. It is famous for its view point (Poon hill). We spend a night here at lodge.

Day 19: Poon hill and back to Ghorepani and trek to Tadapani (2,630m) 5/6 hours

Ghorepani, a beautiful place located on the elevation of 2800m is famous for its own best view point called Poon hill. This morning you will get up early in the morning, and go for hiking to Poon hill (3190m) from here you will see superb views of sunrise, and the entire Annapurna range, including Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Fishtail, and so on. After visiting Poon hill, we will come back to Ghorepani, have a hot breakfast, and continue walking to Tadapani. On the way to Tadapani, you can see again the same view that you have seen from Poon hill. From here the way gently ascends through dense rhododendrons forest and arrives at Deurali where we stop for a cup of tea. From here the way descends down to Banthanti and crosses the small river then climbs up to Tadapani. Tadapani is located in the midst of rhododendrons tree where you can see the special cultural dances organized by the local woman groups. We stay overnight there. 

Day 20: Tadapani to Ghandruk (1,950m) 3/4 hours

In the morning if the weather is clear you can see the Mt. Annapurna south, Hiunchuli and fishtail. Sometimes you can see the Langur (white monkey) in this area. This area is one of the finest and most famous trekking areas of Nepal. The Annapurna ranges and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) dominates the mountain views through glimpses farther east of Lamjung Himal. The route descends through large boulders into the maze of tracks around Ghandruk at 1940m. Ghandru is one of the beautiful village of Annapurna regions. It is the huge gurung community and you can visit the old and new Gurung museums which show the real cultural activities. You can see the wonderful view of Fishtail, Annapurna south and Himchuli and Gangapurna. We spend a night there.

Day 21: Ghandruk to Nayapul (1,070m) and back to Pokhara (820m) 4/5 hours

On the next morning, we will start our journey after breakfast. From here the trail descends through the small village and arrive a tiny village called Syauli Bazaar. Then we again continue our trek Birethanti and cross the Modi River and at last arrive at Nayapul. We catch a cab or by our company car and drive back to Pokhara. We stay overnight at a hotel in Pokhara.

Day 22: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,350m) 7/ 8 hours

Drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara through the Prithavi highway remembering the wonderful moments of the trek

Day 23: Free day in Kathmandu

Today you have whole day free and can do shopping for your final departure. By the evening we will do farewell dinner for the last day of your trip and spend overnight at hotel.

Day 24: Final Departure

We will drop you to the airport for your final departure and say good bye to all of you until your next visit.

What is Included in the Cost

  • Arrival and departure transportation by private vehicle

  • 4 Nights Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast

  • 1 Nights Hotel in Pokhara with breakfast

  • Kathmandu/ Beishahar drop by private vehicle

  • One day full day sightseeing in Kathmandu

  • All entrance fees in Kathmandu during your sightseeing

  • Welcome and farewell dinner

  • All ground transportation by private vehicle as per itinerary

  • All government, local and airport taxes

  • All essential paperwork for trekking permits

  • Nayapul to Pokhara transportation

  • Pokhara to Kathmandu transportation

  • Tims Card

  • National park fees

  • Accommodation on Room sharing basis during the trek

  • Foods (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) with tea or coffee during the trek

  • Porters (2 trekkers- 1 porter)

  • An English speaking and government license holder trekking guide

  • Staff's salaries, their insurance, equipment, foods, accommodation and transportation

  • Medical Kit

  • T-shirt, cap and map from united brothers trek and expedition with its logo

  • Trekking poles

  • Sleeping Bag (need to return back to the office after trek)

  • Down Jacket (need to return back to the office after trek)

What is Excluded in the Cost

  • Visa fees in Nepal

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara

  • International flight tickets

  • Travel Insurance

  • Helicopter Rescue

  • Medication

  • Hot Shower

  • Heater

  • Battery Charge

  • Mineral water

  • Hot water

  • Personal expenditure (bar bills and laundry)

  • Extra porter

  • Extra night hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara

  • Sightseeing in Pokhara

  • Tips for guide and porters




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tirp fact

  • Duration : 19 days
  • Trip Grade : Difficult
  • Trip area : Annapurna region
  • Type of Trek : Lodge Trek
  • Group Size : 1-12 pax
  • Max height : 5,416m
  • Starting point : Besishahar
  • Ending point : Nayapul
  • KTM/Besishahar : Car/Jeep/ Hiace
  • Nayapul/PKR : Car/Jeep/ Hiace
  • PKR/KTM : Tourist bus

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