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Annapurna trekking has been wildly recognized as a naturalist's paradise. The upper sub-alpine steppe environment harbors some of the rare snow leopards and blue sheep. Other areas of the region protect bird species such as the multi-coloured Impeyan, kokla, blood pheasant amongst a multitude of other birds, butterflies and insects. Many plants native to Nepal are found in this forest. The conservation area has 100 varieties of orchids and some of the richest temperate rhododendron forest in the world.

For thousands of years people of diverse ethnic backgrounds have scratched a livelihood out of its steep hillsides. The advent of tourism and the phenomenal rise in human population has triggered a process of environmental deterioration. In 1968 Nepal's King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation launched the Annapurna Conservation Area Project.

With international help, the project aims to integrate environmental conservation with development that can sustain the area's reserve base. The project aspires to improve local living standards, protect the environment and develop a more "sensitive" form of tourism. One of its most important function has been to develop and teach courses on environmental education in local schools.

some of the rare snow leopards and blue sheep. Other areas of the region protect bird species such as the multi-coloured Impeyan, kokla, blood pheasant amongst a multitude of other birds, butterflies and insects. Many plants native to Nepal are found in this forest. The conservation area has 100 varieties of orchids and some of the richest temperate rhododendron forest in the world.  

For thousands of years people of diverse ethnic backgrounds have scratched a livelihood out of its steep hillsides. The advent of tourism and the phenomenal rise in human population has triggered a process of environmental deterioration. In 1968 Nepal's King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation launched the Annapurna Conservation Area Project.

With international help, the project aims to integrate environmental conservation with development that can sustain the area's reserve base. The project aspires to improve local living standards, protect the environment and develop a more "sensitive" form of tourism. One of its most important function has been to develop and teach courses on environmental education in local schools.


Short Description of Annapurna base camp trek

Annapurna base camp trek is famous for trekkers. The principal peaks of the western portion of the great Annapurna Himal, including Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Fang, Annapurna, Ganagapurna, Annapurna 3 and Machhapuchhare, are arranged almost precisely in a circle about 10 miles in diameter with a deep glacier-covered amphitheater at the center. From this glacier basin, known as the Annapurna Sanctuary, the Modi Khola knifes its way south in a narrow gorge fully 12,000 ft. deep. Further south, the gorge opens up into a wide and fertile valley, the domain of the Gurungs. The middle and upper portions of Modi Khola offer some of the best short trekking routes in Nepal, and the valley is located so that these treks can be easily combined with treks into the Kali Gandaki region to the west.

In spite of the great heights of the surrounding peaks and ice walls, the valley floor between 12,000 and 14,000 ft. can provide comfortable camping spots in good weather.

 Itinerary : 13 Nights 14 Days ABC Trek,

Day 01/ Katmandu (1310m/4298ft). Our airport representative will be received you at the airport and transfer to Hotel. It is 7km and takes about 10 minutes. O/N at hotel, B & B plan

Day 02/  Drive to Pokhara (910m/2986ft.) by tourist bus. Driving to 6 hours, O/N at Hotel at 3 stars, FB plan

Day 03/  Drive to Naya Pul (New Bridge) for an hour and trek to Tikhe Dhunga (1495m/4905ft). Walking 3:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 04/  Tikhe Dhunga to Ghorepani (2850m/9350ft). Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 05/  Ghorepani to Poon Hill to Tadapani (2520m/8268ft). Walking 6:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 06/  Tadapani to Sinuwa (2310m/7579ft). Walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 07/  Sinuwa to Deurali (3150m/10335ft). Walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 08/  Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4090m/13418ft). Walking 4:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 09/ Annapurna base camp to Dovan(2600m/8580 . Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 10/  Dovan to Chhomrong (2310m/6994ft). Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 10/  Dovan to Chhomrong (2310m/6994ft). Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, AP plan

Day 11/  Chhomrong to Ghaundrung (1940m/6365ft). Walking 4:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 12/  Trek from Ghaundrung to Naya Pul; then drive to Pokhara (910m/2986ft). Walking 4:30 hours and drive for an hour. O/N at Hotel at 3 stars, FB plan

Day 13/  Drive back to Kathmandu by tourist bus. Driving 6 hours, O/N at Hotel at 3 stars, MAP plan

Day 14/  After breakfast transfer to the Airport for departure.

NOTE FOR ABOVE ITINERARY:

O/N= Over Night, B & B = Bed & Breakfast, FB (Full Board) = Accommodation, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

 Short Description of Annapurna Circuit Trek

The high point of the trek entails crossing of the 5414m high Throng Pass, from the arid valley of the upper Manang, home of Tibeto- Buddhists, down to the Hindu pilgrimage site of Muktinath, and the Kali Gandaki valley, the world's deepest river gorge, before heading down to Pokhara. Besides the mountain views, we encounter on this trek a variety of mountain communities of the Gurung, Manangi and Thakali people. 

Annapurna region is best described as the most happening incentive trekking destination of Nepal. The Annapurna Circuit Trek has been proved as a highly praised and spectacular trekking route in the Annapurna region since it opened to foreign trekkers in 1977. This three weeks trek starts right from Besishahar and goes along the Marshyangdi River, with great view of Manashlu and Himal Chuli to the east. This magnificent trek leads you to the fine village inhabited by a wide diversity of people from different ethnic groups, offering spectacular and majestic view of the white Himalayas. As it continues to the north of the main Himalayan range on to the high and dry Tibetan Plateau, the scenery is equally breathtaking. 

The highest point of the trek is Thorungla pass at the top of the valley at 5416m high. Due to the difficulties of crossing the pass, the circuit is usually walked in a counter clockwise direction. Traveling clockwise the longer ascent and shorter descent from west to east is too much for many peoples to manage in one day. To top it all, the crossing of the Thorong La pass (5,416m) is a challenging ascent, surrounded by some of the most magnificent.

Itinerary :20 Nights 21 Days Annapurna Circuit Trek 

Day 01/ our staff will pick you up at the airport and transfer to the hotel and visit our office for detail information. O/N at the hotel at 4 stars on BB plan

Day 02/  Drive from Kathmandu to Besi Shahar (830m/2723ft). Driving 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 03/  Besi Shahar to Bahundanda (1430m/4691ft). Walking 6:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 04/  Bahundanda to Chamje(1560m/5118ft). Walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 05/  Chamje to Dhararpani (1810m/5938ft). Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 06/  Dharapani to Chame(2725m/8940ft). Walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 07/  Chame to Pisang (3190m/10466ft). Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 08/  Pisang to Manang(3500m/11483ft) walking 5 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 09/  Rest in Manang for acclimatization, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 10/  Manang to Yak Kharka (4090m/13418ft). Walking 5 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 11/  Yak kharka to Throung Phedi(4441m/14570ft) walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 12/  Thorung Phedi to Muktinath via Thoroung-la passes (5416m/17769ft). Walking 8:30, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 13/  Muktinath to Marpha via Jomsom (2665m/8743ft). Walking 5:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 14/  Marpha to Ghasa(2080m/6824ft). Walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 15/  Ghasa to Tatopani( 1110m/3636ft). Walking 6 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 16/  Tatopani to Shikha( 2020m/ 6116ft) walking 5 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 17/  Shikha to Ghorepani (2834m/9298ft). Walking 4:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 18/  Ghorepani to Poon Hill (3210m/10531ft) to trek to TadFBani( 2520m/8316ft) Walking 6:30 hours, O/N at guest house, FB plan

Day 19/  TadFBani to Nyapul and drive to Pokhara. Walking 5 hours and drive for an hour, O/N at hotel at 3 stars, FB plan

Day 20/  Drive back to from Pokhara to Katmandu by tourist bus. 6 hours driving. O/N at Hotel at 4 stars, MAP plan

Day 21/  Departure from Nepal.

NOTE OF ABOVE ITINERARY:

O/N= Over Night, B & B = Bed & Breakfast, FB (Full Board) = Accommodation, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

 


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