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12 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

September | October | November, 2018

Witness the truest and most breathtaking faces of nature while trekking through an amazing and mesmeric track that leads to the epitome of exhilaration with Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Nepal ABC Trek welcomes you to fall in love with the snow-laden peaks of Annapurna I (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Annapurna II (7937), Annapurna III (7555m), Annapurna IV (7552m) and Hiunchuli (6441m) which are the key attractions of this trek. The journey commences from Nayapul which can be reached in about 2 hours from Pokhara. From Nayapul reach Tikhedhunga and travel to Ghorepani the next day. Reach Tadapani the following day after a quick trip to Poon Hill to enjoy the dazzling vistas of the Himalayan peaks at sunrise. Travel to Chhomrung to Dovan to Deurali and advance to the Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The massive Himalayan peaks on all sides will definitely be a sight to behold. Trek to Annapurna Base Camp the day after and travel back to Chhomrung via Dovan. From Chhomrung trek to Ghandruk and then finally, back to Pokhara which will mark the end of a fascinating journey in the ever so alluring, Himalayas. Highlights of the Annapurna trekking tour: Enjoy fascinating views of some of the world’s highest peaks – Dhaualagiri (seventh) and Annapurna I (tenth highest) and glaciers. Give a visit to small villages along the trail to get acquainted with the local village culture of Nepal. Soak the warmth of the Sun from Poon Hill while having a glimpse of the scintillating scarlet falling down and reflecting from the snow-laden mountains. Relish the heart-winning view of the Himalayan flora with Annapurna trekking.  What makes the trekking journey an amazing one are the teahouses and smaller lodges present on the path giving a stunning view of the Himalayan valleys. Overnight stay after trekking to Annapurna base camp. Traditional culinary experience of Nepal with Dahl Bhat and of course, homemade apple pie. Read More

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Whether you are chasing angels or fleeing demons, you must go to the mountains they say and nowhere there are mountains as exuberant as the Nepal Himalayas. Home to some of the most ambitious treks and gloried with the presence of Mount Everest- the pinnacle of mountaineering challenges, Trekking tour in Nepal also happens to hold a magnetic pull for adventurers of all categories. Think of your wildest adventure fantasies -- flying over ice-clad serrated mountain spires, fording sprightly rivers and streams, braving snow waist-deep and living under harsh conditions at some of the world’s highest villages, sighting rare beasts as the snow leopard -- you name it you will find the Nepal Himalayas brimming full of such possibilities. The exuberance and magic of this country are unparalleled and classic trekking expeditions like the Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit or Manaslu Circuit unveil her riches in all glory. Trekking in the Nepal Himalayas is somehow more than conquering physical challenges. It’s a journey to the origin of Indic spiritualism, of coming close with Himalayan cultures which are testaments in themselves of human fortitude.

Why Should You Go For Trekking in Nepal

Trekking holidays in Nepal has long been an attraction for backpackers as these are delightfully cost-efficient swashbuckling and there are plenty of trekking agencies to choose from. Every now and then, you’ll come upon a trekking company in Nepal offering some spectacular treks deep into the Himalayan terrain. Right from the day travelers set foot in the historic royal city of Kathmandu, an overwhelming feat of magnificent mountain views conjure up all around and ethnic cultural delights present themselves at every turn. Transformative spiritual journeys begin from here, the land of the legacy of Hindu divines and Buddhist monasticism. Treks in Nepal are windows into the life and living of the people of Himalayas and a visual, sensual exposure to her increasing aura of magnificence as we journey higher up.

Which are the Best Treks in Nepal?

 Everest Base Camp Trek

 The trek to the base camp of the world’s highest mountain is riddled with the legacy of great mountaineers who have treaded this path over the decades. The close-range view of some of the mightiest mountains you get on this trek from different vantage points can at once inspire foreboding and awe. Mt. Everest, Mt, Lhotse, and Mt. Makalu rise strikingly close by, making this trek every bit memorable.

Tea-house and homestay accommodation at Sherpa villages, crisscrossing trails through Sagarmatha National Park and the peak ascension of Kala Patthar of an altitude of 5,500 m at sunrise are other high-points of this expedition.

 Annapurna Circuit Trek

 Stunningly beautiful, Annapurna Peak Trek should be on the list of every enthusiastic trekker. Shooting off the journey from Pokhara and a pleasant hike ensues along the Marshyadri River. Traversing of diverse terrains with increasing brilliance of expansive mountain views and exotic Himalayan cultural exposures living with the locals at cliff side villages like Manag, make this trek such a rich one. Do this one to get multiple winsome shots of Annapurna massif, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and Langtang Himal. Maximum elevation on this trek is at 5, 416 m at Thorong La Pass.

Manaslu Circuit Trek

 The trek spirals around Mount Manaslu and veers close on the Nepal-Tibet border. Foreboding Himalayan high passes like the Larkya Pass make this trek a bold endeavor with numerous exquisite rewards like remote Buddhist monasteries, villages of ancient ethnic Tibetan peoples, uncrowded routes, exhilarating suspension bridge crosses and of course, absolutely epic scenery!

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

 Shorter than the previously listed treks yet rewarding in terms of scenery, exposure to local communities, wilderness and peace, this trek stands out for satisfying week-long adventure cravings in the Himalayas. Do this short trekking in Nepal for a winsome view of Dhaulagiri Mountains, hiking in the vicinity of crystal-like alpine lakes, the comfortable and peaceful stays in the warm hospitality of local teahouses and the soul-stirring sunrise experience from Poon Hill. Spring brings extra oodles of joy on this trail for the red blooms of rhododendron!

 Langtang Valley Trek

 Langtang Valley Trek is an accessible trek of moderate difficulty level. Despite brilliant views of Annapurna and Makalu, this trekking package in Nepal wins hearts for the verdant expanses, peaceful idyllic rural patches it crosses through, and the chance to experience glaciers at comparatively lower altitudes. Look out for Tserko Ri and Langtang Ri-- two of the easily accessible Nepal mountain passes offering superb views.

Upper Mustang

 Upper Mustang has the topography of Tibet and enjoys isolation from civilization, preserving its centuries-old culture. One can find 16-century rock carvings in the caves of Mustang and ancient monasteries that have many stories echoing in their walls. The semi-arid desert landscapes, deep ravines, and rock shelves, make Mustang different from the rest of Nepal’s trek destinations. The difficulty level of this adventure trekking in Nepal is moderate to hard.

 Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

 Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak of the world is a vision to behold and treasure forever, making a journey to the base camp of the mountain an enviable trek for Himalayan lovers. The greatest attractions of the journey lies with the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area - known for rare and beautiful flora and fauna of the Himalayas, and stays at the villages of many ethnic Nepalese communities like Sherpa, Rai, Limbu, and Gurung.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

 Belonging to the moderate-difficult category of treks, The ABC trek is highly rewarding for it brings you face on with a spellbinding view of an eight thousander peak at close range! The trail takes the voyagers through the shadows of Annapurna conservation Area forests, offers a peak into authentic Nepali culture and prizes with winsome views of the snow clad Annapurna massif and Machapuchare.

Gokyo Ri Trek

 Gokyo Ri Trek, also known as the Gokyo Lakes Trek is equivalent in value to the Everest Base Camp Trek in terms of brilliant peak views of Everest, Machapuchare, Lhotse and other peaks. Plus, you get the experience of peak climb to Gokyo Ri, enjoy the view of multiple glacial lakes and live among the locals in the high cliff top village of Gokyo.

 Upper Dolpo

The tourism infrastructure in the Upper Dolpo region is not developed, rendering treks in this region challenging but exhilarating. Ancient monasteries, Lake Phoksundo and the diverse wildlife of the region make Upper Dolpo trek definitely worthwhile. This is the place of Peter Matthiessen “Snow Leopard”.

 When to Visit Nepal for Trekking ?

 Every season in the Nepal Himalayas has its own unique aura and a set of pros and cons which responsible expeditioners must keep in mind and prepare for accordingly.

Spring (March-May)

 Blooming rhododendrons, magnolia, orchids and other exquisite flora are the major attractions of summer trekking in Nepal in April. Sunny and clear warm skies, temperate days and vibrant textures make for a cheerful trekking ambience that’s hard not to cherish in. On the negative side, afternoon clouds and brief downpours are common as well. It can get hot and humid at the lower reaches.

Summer (June-August)

 Monsoon clouds gather in the Nepal mountains starting from late May and stays that way almost till mid-September. Muddy routes, leeches, enveloping clouds and decreasing visibility are some of the typical conditions in the hills of Nepal during monsoon. However, the monsoon hills cape while trekking in Nepal in June could be found to be refreshingly greener than usual as the rain leaves the canvas of the mountains glisteningly clean.

Autumn (September-November)

Clear skies and moderately warm days make this season ideal for trekking in the Nepal Himalayas. The stratosphere is clear of pollution and dust, thanks to the monsoon downpour. The weather remains conveniently stable though nights start getting considerably cold. ABC Nepal Trek during this season is full of splendor!

Winter (December-February)

Winters are expectedly harsh here making family trekking Nepal an improbability during this time. Daytime temperatures range between 9-12 degrees and nighttime temp can dip to subzero. However, trekking in Nepal in January to February is a great time to enjoy the immensely popular treks like EBC trek during this time because the crowd pull is lower.

What Are The Essential Items To Pack For Trekking In Nepal?

  • Large or medium size backpack, and a duffle side bag for extras
  • Water bottle
  • Sun hat
  • Warm cap
  • Base layers
  • Fleece jacket
  • Outer jacket
  • Rain jacket (essential for the monsoon months)
  • Sturdy trekking shoes and a pair of floaters
  • Flashlight
  • Trekking pants, several pairs
  • UV-protection glasses
  • Thermal socks
  • Sunscreen

How to Reach Nepal for Trekking?

 The landlocked country of Nepal in the midst of Himalayan highlands can be accessed by flights to the international airport in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. If you pre-book your trek online then, the trekking agency in Nepal may also provide you airport pick-up which you can confirm with the concerned authorities.

Also, it is possible to enter the country through neighboring India by road. The best Nepal trekking avails transport from Kathmandu to various trekking base camps.