Annapurna Base Camp Trek 14 Days

Trip Overview of Annapurna Base Camp Trek 14 Days

Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a very popular trekking package in Nepal. You will find amazing landscapes, diverse culture and a series of beautiful mountain peaks on this trek. It is a range of white Himalayas in the western region of Nepal. It takes 14 days to complete this trek. It is a rare combination of long arrays of snow-capped peaks, crystal clear lakes, turbulent rivers with deep gorges, Tibetan monasteries, hot -spring, and picturesque villages inhabited by simple and friendly ethnic people.

A sacred valley ringed by enormous peaks, the Annapurna Sanctuary is a hidden glacial hollow that shimmers like a jewel in the mountains. This is a trek to a land of enchantment. No one can fail to be pressed by the diversity highlighted on this adventure. The snow-covered peaks of the Annapurna Himal, white water fun on the Trisuli River, and an elephant-back safari in the jungle offer a taste of Nepal’s remarkable pleasures.

The best time for trekking to Annapurna Base Camp is March / April and October / November. At this time, the Annapurna base camp is the most popular and its lodges (guest houses) cannot always accommodate everyone. Trekking in Nepal is possible at other times of the year, but in winter it is colder here, and in summer in Nepal the season of monsoon rains. Yes, and frequent fogs at other times of the year densely veiled tops most of the day.

Detail itinerary of Annapurna Base Camp Trek 14 Days

  • DAY 01


    When you arrive in Kathmandu, you'll be taken to your hotel. While in Kathmandu you will have time fascinating Buddhist and Hindu temples and shrines reflecting ancient local traditions are highlighted on our guided tour. There's time to explore the city's many charms on your own too. In the evening delicious traditional Nepali well come dinner await for you. O/N in Kathmandu. (Welcome-Dinner)

  • DAY 02


    This morning you will be driven to Pokhara (200km), depart 7:00 AM in the morning, approximately 7hrs away by tourist bus. Lunch spot on the way to Pokhara. You will be arriving late afternoon at Pokhara at approximately 2:00 O’clock. Pokhara lakeside villages sit, "front row center" to one of the most beautiful Himalayan panoramas in the world. The Annapurna and famous "Fishtail" mountain peak of Machapuchhare tower over the tropical setting of Pokhara and you spend there will be the scenic highlight of your trip. In the evening you will prepare yourself for your ABC (Annapurna Base Camp) Trekking. O/N in Pokhara. (B/B)

  • DAY 03


    After breakfast approx: 7:30 AM drive to Nayapul (42km) 1.5 hr by Car via the large village of Lumle and walk about 20 minutes to Birethanti, a large and prosperous town. The trail follows the main street of Birethanti, going through bamboo forests and past a large waterfall and swimming hole. Beyond a pasture used by pony caravans, the trail reaches Sudami where you have Lunch. After lunch climb steadily up the side of the valley, reaching Hile at 1495m near by Tirekhedhunga. Along the way, various hamlets offer ample camping possibilities but if Ghorepani is the objective for the next day it is better to push on to Tikhe Dhunga. O/N in Tirkhedhunga at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 04


    Breakfast served in the morning at 7:00 AM. From Tirkhedhunga the trail crosses a stream on a suspension bridge near the campsite at Tirkhedhunga. The trail ascends a steep stone staircase to the large Magar village Ulleri at 2070m. Above the village where the trail climbs gently through pastures and cultivated fields. There are magnificent more pleasantly through rhododendron and oak forest. There is a hut with water and a small campsite about 1 hr. above Ulleri. The trail crosses two sparkling clear two streams before making a short, final climb to Nangethanti. Your lunch spot in Nangethanti. Thanti is a Nepali words meaning "rest house" "Dharmasala". In the winter the trail can be covered with snow. From Nangethanti about one hour trek, climb to Ghorepani at 2850m. Arrive at the top of the Ghorepani pass and camp there. O/N in Ghorepani at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 05


    Being of the early morning 5:30 AM wake up and start to your journey to climb to Poon Hill (3195m) around 1 hr. to provides better-unobstructed views and sunrise over the high Himalayas. You can see a lot of White Mountain peaks from Poon Hill. After sunrise, you’ll return to our camp and time for breakfast. Ghorepani means "horse water" and it is no doubt a welcome watering stop for the teams of horses, mules and ponies that carry loads between Pokhara and Jomsom. From Ghorepani, the trail climbs south on the muddy path through the deep forests. It finally emerges on a grassy knoil that offers good mountain views, is including views of Machhapuchhare (not visible from Grohrepani pass), and a panorama all the way south to the plains of India. It is similar views from Poon Hill. Climbing along the ridge in pine and rhododendron forests to a top 3030 meters then descend to at a second pass also called Deurali, at 2960 meters. The trails a ridge hides the mountains as makes a steep, sometimes treacherous, descent on a narrow path alongside the stream, as the descent continues. The stream has some clear pools alongside the trail and finally becomes a series waterfall over a jumble of boulders. The steep descent becomes the more gentle way to reaches Banthanti and stops for Lunch approx.: 1 hour. From Banthanti, the trail follows the stream down to a bridge where the trails start climbing, leaving the highest mountain forests and entering a field of cane, making some ups and downs past to a vantage point "Tadapani (2540 meters) that offers a brief view of the mountains. Tadapani means, "Far water". The village water supply is a long distance, it takes porters more than half an hour to fetch a load of water. O/N in Tadapani at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 06


    Breakfast served 7:30 AM. From Tadapani, the trails Dropping down rhododendron, oak forests, one the way offers good views of White Mountains trails to Chhomrung. It takes approx. 4 and ½ an hours trek. Our lunch and dinner spot in Chhomrung. Chhomrung is a Gurung Village has evolved into two separate parts. This is the highest permanent settlement in the valley. There is a tremendous view of Annapurna South, which seems to tower above the village, and there are good views of Machhapuchhare (Machha “fish” and puchhare “tail”) across the valley. O/N in Chhomrung at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 07


    Breakfast served in the morning. Start your journey to Dovan approximately 8:00 AM. From Chhomrung the trail descends on a stone staircase and cross the Chhomrung Khola. Climbing high above the Modi Khola on its west banks, the trails pass through the forest of bamboo, rhododendron and oak. Climbing further on a rocky trail you reach at Sinuwa, 2250 meters. The trails continue rhododendrons forest, climb Kuldi. From Kuldi, the trails descend a long steep stone staircase into deep bamboo and rhododendron forests, then a short distance on a muddy trail to Bamboo and time for Lunch. From Bamboo, the trail climbs steeply through stands of bamboo, occasionally dropping slightly to cross the tributary streams, its take approximately 1 and ½ an hours trek to Dovan. O/N in Dovan at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 08


    From Dovan the trail is muddy and high above the river, but is no problem, for those who suffer vertigo, because thick stands of bamboo block the view of the rushing river and waterfall, then cross a landslide and another avalanche track, to the Himalaya Hotel at 2680 meters. Lunch spot in Himalaya Hotel. From Himalaya Hotel is about 1-hour walk first on a path referred to above for about 1 and ½ an hour and then climb on to the lateral moraine and down the other side on to the glacier. Walking up the bed of the glacier is safe and quite easy and the British Expedition Base Camp is reached after another 1 and ½ an hr. Base Camp is at 4, 237 m. The trip is best done from the lower camp, carrying only lunch, and the best views are probably obtained from to the north. O/N in Annapurna Base Camp at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 09


    Being of the early morning wake up and climb to view point spot where you can see a sunrise over the mountains. You’ll also visit near by ABC. The track remains on the west bank of the Modi, now flowing through a more open valley and eventually emerges into the Sanctuary. Straight ahead is the high lateral moraine. After the sunrise trip, return to our camp and time for breakfast. After breakfast, you’ll return the same way to Bamboo. O/N in Bamboo.

  • DAY 10


    From Bamboo, the trail short distance is muddy and then descends long steep stone staircase into uphill through the Bamboo, the bamboo and rhododendrons forest to Kuldi, 2300 meters. The trail continues in rhododendrons forests down to Sinuwa, 2250 meters. Your lunch spot in Sinuwa. After lunch trek to Chhomrung. From Sinuwa the trail is downhill till Modi Khola. After passes the river, the trail climb steep way approx. ½ an hour Chhomrung. O/N in Chhomrung at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 11


    From Chhomrung the trail follows the route back to Taglung, and then descend gently through forests to Kummu, then cross the suspension bridge and stay on the main trail as it climbs out of the Kummu Valley. Then the trails descend through huge boulders to a small creek and descend gently into the maze of trails of Ghandrung. This is short approx: 4 hours trek and difficult day. Lunch will be served in Ghandrung. Ghandrung a huge Gurung village at 1940 metres is the second largest Gurung village in Nepal is a confusing cluster of closely spaced, slate-roofed hoses. There are neatly terraced fields situated both above and below the town. It is wonderfully easy to get lost in the network of narrow alleyways while trying to trek through the village. There is a larger handicraft factory at the top of Ghandrung. The view of Annapurna South from here are out standing. Machhapuchhare, seen from here in its fishtail aspect, peeps over a forested ridge. ASAP has a visitor centre and an office in Ghandrung. O/N in Ghandrunng at Teahouse Lodge (B/L/D)

  • DAY 12


    From Ghandrung all the way downhill through the village and terraced fields to Sauli Bazaar. It takes approx: 2 hours. Along the way, you can see good views Annapurna South and Machhapuchhare too. From Sauli Bazaar, the trails follow the Modi River till Nayapul. Our lunch spot in Birethati. After lunch you have very short treks about 20 minutes to Nayapul, catch our vehicle and drive to Pokhara. You're free in Pokhara Valley also called "Magic Land" or Dreamland" of Nepal, to explore the various interesting place like boating in Fewa lake overlooking the region of Annapurna Areas, David Falls, Mahendra Cave and some Temples. After lunch, you're free to shop for souvenirs or rest. O/N in Pokhara. (B/L)

  • DAY 13


    After breakfast drive to Kathmandu by bus. Along the way, you can enjoy good scenery views. You will be arriving in Kathmandu in the late afternoon. You are free for shopping and pick up some last minute souvenirs. O/N in Kathmandu. (B/B)

  • DAY 14


    After breakfast free for you until time to leave the international airport for your final destination

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Service Includes
  • All required land transportation as required for a trip
  • 04 Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara with breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu with the guide and private vehicle
  • TIMS (Trekking permit) and conservation park permit
  • Foods and accommodation in trekking
  • Well equipped trekking guide porters (every 2 participants) get 1 porter
  • All allowances for the guide and supporting crews
Service Excludes
  • Foods in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Your personal trekking gears and expenses
  • Entry permits during the sightseeing tour
  • Emergency rescue cost if in case…


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