Annapurna Circuit Trekking: Walk completely around the Annapurna massif. Trek through lowland village to the remote Manang village 3440m, and down the Kali Gandaki. Cross 5416m Throng-la pass probably the highest you will ever get without climbing a mountain. Nepal opened Manang in 1977, although a few expeditions and scientific parties visited the region in 1950s.
Annapurna Curcuit Trekking start with the scenic drive to Beshisahar. Annapurna round trek is in the Annapurna Conservation area which covers 7629 sq. km. The Mixed culture of Buddhism and Hinduism, trek from lowland to high Mountain pass, Monastery to Temple, flora and fauna are the major attraction of the Annapurna Circuit trekking.Annapurna Trekking is the most popular trekking destination in Nepal. Annapurna Round trek become very popular after the 1977 AD. The total length of Annapurna circuit trek covers about 160 to 240 KM depending where you will end up the trek and take a bus services. Annapurna trek crosses the two different valleys, Marshyangdi valley and Kaligandaki valley after crossing Throng-la (5316m). Practically Global Adventure trekking suggests and offers the Annapurna package to make it clock wise to be safe from the high altitudes. Numerous peaks of 6000m -8000m in elevation rises from Annapurna range. The trek begins from Beshisahar/Bulbule in Marshyangdi river valley and concludes in Kaligandaki gorge. The trails passes paddy fields and into subtropical forest, many waterfall and huge mountain cliffs and many local village. Annapurna round trekking has often been voted for the best longest trek in the world. The wide range of climatic zone various from tropics at 600m to 5316m Throng la alpine climatic zone.
Annapurana Circuit Trekking is the part of Great Himalaya Trail as you walk from Dharapani to Kagbeni, which connect the Annapurna round from East to West. The eastern segment of the trek follows the Marsyangdi River upstream to its source near the village of Manang. Explore Tilicho Lake and Gangapurna glacier at Manang then goes over the Throng-la pass, where it meets up with the Kali Gandakai valley.
Day 01 : Arrival and transfer to Hotel. Evening introduction and group briefing.
Day 02 : Kathmandu-Beshisahar 185km. Change the bus to Syange 3hrs. Overnight at guest house.
Day 03 : Syange to Tal 6hrs.
Day 04 : Tal-Bagarchap 5hrs
Day 05 : Bagarchap- Chame 6hrs. 2670m
Day 06 : Chame- Lower pissang 3200m.
Day 07 : Pisang-Ngawal 6 hrs.
Day 08 : Ngawal to Manang short walk Acclimatize day
Day 09 : Manang-Yak Kharka/Ledar 4hrs.4200m
Day 10 : Yak Kharka –Throng Phedi/High camp 4450m
Day 11 : High Camp-Muktinath 7hrs. 3760m
Day 12 : Muktinath-Kagbeni 4hrs.2800m
Day 13 : Kagbeni-Jomsom 2hrs.2720m.-Marpha 2hrs.2670m
Day 14 : Marpha-Ghasa 3hrs.2010m
Day 15 : Ghasa-Tatopani 6hrs.
Day 16 : Tatopani-Pokhara
Day 17 : Bus to Kathmandu
Day 18 : After breakfast Transfer to International Airport for your onward destination.
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Your safety is of paramount concern while traveling with Global Adventure Trekking. Please keep in mind that above itinerary is just the guideline, it might be customized if required. The weather could be changed quite often in the Himalaya, we may have heavy rainfall or snowfall which caused flooding, landslide and road blockage which is beyond the human control. We cant give any guarantee for a natural disaster, weather condition, health condition of the group member and unexpected natural disasters. Our team leader/ group leader will try to ensure that the trek runs according to our original plan.
Trek as an Individual, Private Group or Join a Scheduled Trek
Global Adventure Trekking specializes in organizing treks for individuals, couples, and small groups. You can trek by yourself as a private group on the date you select without paying extra, or you can choose to join a small group that is scheduled during your preferred time frame. We also now and then arrange groups on dates other than those shown on this schedule so feel free to contact us to inquire about other possible dates for group treks that you might be able to join.
Small groups with matching capability
Global Adventure Trekking limits groups to 10 persons and coordinates groups to ensure compatibility and similar trekking capabilities, so that no one person in the group feels they are being held back or holding back other members of the group. Our sole interest is ensuring that each client can experience Nepal in the way that matches their interests and capabilities.
When are the Treks programmed?
Please see the scheduled times for treks in 2016. If you would like to join one of these groups simply indicate your trek interest and preferred departure date when you contact us. If a group is shown as Closed (full) please check with us as we may begin another group on or around that date that you could join.
Does your trekking crew have insurance?
Yes, all of our trekking staffs are well insured and well equipped.
-What happens if I get sick in the mountain?
GAT has well experienced staffs and very familiar to local people too. If You are sick, Our staffs will see and handle all kind of needs. Normally if worsen we will descent about 300 to 500 meter and see. If you are still worse then we organizes emergency evacuation by helicopter.
Do I need any vaccination before to leave?
In general you do not need any vaccination but better to consult your Doctors before to come.
-Do I get drinking water?
GAT supply purified drinking water but not bottle water because of the environmental awareness.
-Is the electricity available in the trekking?
Even though Nepal is second richest for the water resources but most of the places do not have electricity. At a same time depend where you are trekking.
- Is there ATM in the mountain?
No, there is no ATM and Bank in the mountain. So you are suggested to have cash for your trekking.
-What is the political condition in Nepal?
Nepal is federal democratic republic country since 2009. Until 2007 Nepal was in unrest political situation and was not safe to travel in Nepal. After the peace agreement between Maoist and Government is it hundred percent secure to go.
-What kind of document should I bring?
Normally a veiled pass port and insurance document is required to bring with you.
- Is Global Adventure Trekking (GAT) is legal trekking tour company?
GAT is one of the Nepal's leading trekking company based in Thamel, Kathmandu. We have been offering outdoor activities in Nepal , Tibet, Bhutan and India since 1998. GAT is the only trekking one company managed by a well trained, qualified and experienced outdoor professionals. It is officially registered with the Ministry of Tourism government of Nepal and affiliated to different organizations- Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP). Our team members were born in different region of Nepal Himalayas. They have full of an intimate knowledge of People, culture and history of Nepal.
Are you planning a family holiday, honeymoon trip, any adventure activities with your friends? Make some things different than you ever had! Tell us where else you would like to go and we prepare an itinerary to suit your passion.
Our tailor-made-trip offers you the flexibility to choose your own path. You can pick up any package and plan your holiday when to travel, where to travel, which level of hotel, what kind of travel mode and kind of holiday activities. Our expertise will give you an idea to make your travel meaningful. All of our guides are certified, knowledgeable and well-experienced for any kind of trip. We have guide for disable, Adult, Teenager (who has over 2 decade experienced) according to your request. Please feel free to ask a quote.
Group Size: Maximum 10 pax.
Specialty Categories: Hikking and Trekking
Max. Elevation: 5416m.
Best Season: Spring & Autumn
Accommodation: Tea House/ Lodge Trek
Tour Customizable: Yes
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