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Annapurna Expeditions
Annapurna Expedition
The famous Mt. Annapurna region is certainly the most popular trekking destinations of Nepal. It ranges southeast to the north with Lamjung Himal. The central piece of this part of Nepal has the range of mountains that include Annapurna I, the first of the 8000-meter peaks to be climbed (was successfully climbed by the French group in the year 1950). Also included in this general area is another 8000 meter giant, Daulagiri, which is located to the west of Annapurna. between these two mountains run the valley of Kaligandaki River, the deepest gorge on earth. Other popular and beautiful peaks included in this ranges are Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Annapurna South, Gangapurna, Mt. Machhapuchhare, Rocknoir (Khangsar Kang) Nilgiri (north, central and south), and Mt Tilicho etc.



This region is recognized for the outsiders since the border of Nepal was opened in 1950. The region, beyond its beauty, holds the live history and museum since 8th century, relating to Upper Mustang.

En route to this trip one of the main village is Manang (locally known as Nyasyang with 6 major villages), just across the pass from Jomsom/Muktinath. This route offers a combined nature with lush fertile farming lands, vast stands of undisturbed natural forest and a mixture of different ethnic inhabitants. Tibetan way of life strongly runs in Manang, Jomsom and Mustang valleys giving a pirate touches to their fierce reputation.

You have a diverse range of experiences that makes this area one of the most satisfying trekking destinations in Nepal.

Itinerary
Annapurna Circuit (24-days program)
20-days customized trekking itinerary
 
Trip Difficulty: Grade 4

Day to day Itinerary: 


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, pick up from the airport and transfer to hotel, rest and refresh for couple of hour and complete the official formalities. 

Day 02: Drive to Besishahar (760m) and change bus to Khudi and trek to Bhulbhule (approx. 7 hrs drive)

Day 03: Trek to Ghyarmuphat - 1100m (5-6 hr)

Day 04: Trek to Tal-1700m (5-6 hr)

Day 05: Trek to Danaque -1940m (4-5 hr)

Day 06: Trek to Chame-2670m (4-5 hr)

Day 07:
Trek to Pisang -3200m (4-5 hr)

Day 08: Trek to) Manang Village -3540m (5 hr)

Day 09: Acclimatization day in Manang

Day 10: Trek to Yak Kharka -4018m (4-5 hr)

Day 11: Thorung Phedi - 4450m (4-5 hr)

Day 12: Trek to Muktinath (3798m) crossing over the Thorung-La (5416m)

Day 13: Trek to Kagbeni -2800m (3 hr)

Day 14: Marpha/Tukuche -2670m (5-6 hr)

Day 15: Trek to Ghasa - 2650m (5-6 hr)

Day 16: Trek to Tatopani -1189m (5-6 hr)

Day 17: Lay over day at Hot Spring (Tatopani)

Day 18: Trek to Shikha- 2390m (4hr)

Day 19: Trek to Ghorepani - 2850m (3-4 hr)

Day 20: Morning visit Poon Hill and trek to Tikhedhunga (1540m)

Day 21: Trek to Nayapul -1100m (3-4 hours) end the trek and drive to Pokhara, overnight at hotel.

Day 22: Free day in Pokhara for personal activities- go for boating in Fewa Lake/rest/ shopping etc…

Day 23: After breakfast transfer to airport, fly to Kathmandu or drive by tourist bus (6-7 hr.) and transfer to hotel and afternoon free day in Kathmandu for personal activities. 

Day 24: International departure or go for onward program.

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