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Annapurna base camp, Nepal

Mount Annapurna

Mount Annapurna

$ 4458.75 per person

One of the most explored region after Everest; Mount Annapurna expedition holds the ultimate experience.

Mount Annapurna is a Sanskrit word that represents the Goddess of Harvest. This massive mountain range lies at 26,545 feet (8,091 meters). It is the world’s tenth highest mountain.

It was first discovered in the year 1950 by first two mountaineers Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal. The Annapurna trek around the range called the Annapurna Circuit is one of the most desired treks.

Dhaulagiri (8000m) is located in the West of Annapurna1.

The Annapurna massif is conserved in Annapurna Conservation Area. The diversity of ethnic groups, biodiversity comprising of 1,226 species of plants, 102 mammals, 474 birds, 39 reptiles and 22 amphibians are present.

The Annapurna Sanctuary includes Annapurna I, Fang, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Hiunchuli, and Machapuchhare within the region.

Approaches to ABC

There are many routes across the Annapurna range. So, it is necessary for mountaineers to choose their exact route for planning.

The major trekking trails in the Annapurna region – Jomsom to Muktinath, Annapurna base camp, and the Annapurna Circuit which circles the Annapurna Himal along with the Jomson route.

Experience Required

As the expedition is not easy. Mt. Annapurna Expedition is one of the hardest mountains to climb. It has decidedly fewer success climbs than any other 8000m peak.

It is only recommended to you if you have climbed other peaks. You need to be physically sound. Technical skills in ice and rock climbing is mandatory.

Before beginning the climb, we take our time to acclimatization.

The package is adjusted flexibly to your necessities. Make sure that you contact us anytime for advice and suggestions.

Annapurna IV is relatively more comfortable to climb among all the Annapurnas.

Climbing Routes

It takes two hours walking from the base camp to reach the bottom of the mountain.

Base Camp to Camp I:

It is 65-70 degrees steep slope. A rope of 500m is used to climb.

Camp I to Camp II:

A 1000m fixed rope climbing is required. The ridge is a little widespread steep.

There are possibilities of avalanches in this route.

Camp II to Camp III:

It is relatively easy. It consists of zigzag crossing and gradual climbing. A fixed rope climbing of 1300-1500m is required.

Camp III to Summit:

Generally, the main rope is used instead of a fixed rope.

Best Time

We strongly recommend choosing the spring season for the Annapurna Summit. The temperature will be getting hot from cold. It is more convenient for approaching the summit.


Duration: 54 Days
Tour Type: Private and Group Tour
Maximum Altitude: 8091 Meters
Trek Difficulty: High

    Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport and transfer to Hotel (1350m)
    Day 02: Rest and prepare for the assignment
    Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (914m) (6 hours)
    Day 04: Drive from Pokhara (915m) to Nayapool (1050m) (1.5 hours) & trek to Tikhedunga (1577 m) (4.5 hours)
    Day 05: Trek from Tikhedunga to Ghorepani (2675m) (6 hours)
    Day 06: Trek from Ghorepani to Poon Hill view tower (3180m) to view sunrise (45 minutes) & trek to Tatopani (2520m) (5.5 hours)
    Day 07: Trek from Tatopani to Ghasa (2010m) (6 hours)
    Day 08: Trek from Ghasa to Lete (2480m) (5 hours)
    Day 09: Trek from Lete toThulo Bugin (3260) (5 hours)and overnight in our jungle camp
    Day 10: Trek from Thulo Bugin to hum Khola (4286m) via top ridge(4570m) (6 hours)
    Day 11: Trek from Hum Khola to Miristi Khola (4130m) (5 hours)
    Day 12: Trek from Miristi Khola to Base Camp (4190m) (5 hours)
    Day 13-45: Climbing period (Summit period for Annapurna First 8091m)
    Day 46: Trek from Base Camp to Miristi Khola (4190m) (5 hours)
    Day 47: Trek from Miristi Khola to Thulo Bugin (3260m) (6 hours)
    Day 48: Trek from Thulo Bugin to Lete (2480m) (4 hours)
    Day 49: Trek from Lete to Ghasa (2010m) (4 hours)
    Day 50: Trek from Ghasa to Tatopani (1189 m) (5 hours)
    Day 51: Trek from Tatopani to Beni (875m) (5 hours) and then Drive to Pokhara (80km, 2 hours)
    Day 52: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist mini bus (6 hours)
    Day 53: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
    Day 54: Final departure, or alternative Join other activities

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