Embark on a trek that you’ll never forget entire life, where the rewards far outweigh the efforts Trek to Annapurna Base Camp is itself an amazing experience through some of the world’s highest mountains. Starting from ancient kingdoms to majestic mountain vistas, trek through the breathtaking Himalayan landscape of the Annapurna Ranges. Pass awe-inspiring glaciers, stay on the banks of pristine rivers, cross mountain pastures, dip into natural hot springs, and encounter mule trains carrying supplies to remote villages. Rest and revive in cozy mountain teahouses and meet friendly locals along the way. Time spent in Kathmandu and Pokhara completes the adventure with insights into Nepali culture and tradition. Central Nepal is dominated by Annapurna Himal and the town of Pokhara. Among trekking destinations in this region Annapurna base camp is Nepal’s second most popular trekking destination in Nepal, after Everest Base camp. Trekkers get the opportunity to experience a variety of terrains, from lowland villages and rice terraces to glaciers and outstanding views of high snow-capped mountains. The view you wake up to of Annapurna massif and Machhapuchhre from your own 4130m Annapurna Base camp is the highlight of this trek.
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From Pokhara, you will have a drive to Siwai, traveling via the road that runs alongside vast hill-side terrace farms and pine forests. The drive is pleasant and gives you a good fleeting glimpse of the village life of the Annapurna. You can also enjoy views of the Annapurna Mountain Peaks as well. From Siwai, you will then trek to Chhomrong- one of the most well-known Gurung villages of the region.
Start your morning with a glorying view at Chomrong. Have a quick breakfast and head to the destination for todays to Himalaya.
Cross a suspension bridge, and an uphill climb will take you to Sinuwa Danda. After one and a half-hour of walking, we will reach Himalaya. Stay overnight at a nice teahouse at Dovan.
On the sixth day, we move ahead from Himalaya. Moving along the steep and rocky trails, we reach Deurali. This is where we have our lunch and take some rest. Again trekking along the rocky trails uphill, we will reach Machapuchare Base Camp.
Getting closer and closer to the Mountain is exciting, and you get to observe a view of the mountains from different altitudes.
The breathtaking view of waterfalls, crossing the suspension bridge, and passing deep gorges will be an amazing experience. Stay overnight at Machapuchare Base Camp.
While returning from ABC, we will take a route to Bamboo. A rigorous walk of 7-8 hours downhill and we will reach Bamboo. The abundance of varieties of bamboo in this place gave it the name Bamboo.
The trekking trials penetrate the bamboo forest where various species of bear inhabits. There are sufficient accommodation, meals, and telecommunication facilities in Bamboo.
It is like a small hub. Stay overnight at a beautiful teahouse.
short trek to Siwai (ending point of the trek) then we will take a vehicle ride for 23 hours to Pokhara, overnight at the hotel!
On our final day of the Annapurna base camp trek, we take a scenic drive through the beautiful valleys and villages to Kathamndu where we will have free time on arrival at our hotel, and the rest of the time we may explore the city or relax at the hotel.
The weather in the mountain is always unpredictable. It keeps changing quickly. However, Nepal has four seasons amongst them 2 seasons are
the best season of the year for trekking and mountaineering in Nepal, see the following the best seasons for trekking in Nepal,
Spring (Pre-monsoon) – Spring includes Feb, March, April, and May, the weather in this month is largely stable and dry with a moderate climate. This time of the year is fairly perfect for trekking in the Everest region offers a crystal clear view of the mountains and sceneries every day, the Temperature can reach up to 15- 20 degrees Celsius in the daytime and the temperature at the nighttime can drop down to - 8/12 degrees Celsius. The spring welcomes thousands of flora and vegetation that make the trek more beautiful and enjoyable in Nepal.
Autumn (Post monsoon)- Autumn is another great season for trekking on Everest Base Camp, Autumn includes months of September, October, November, and December. During the autumn, the temperatures should be rated as between 14-20 degrees in the daytime, and nighttime can decrease to -5/10 degrees Celsius, it’s great for trekking.
We provide 3 meals a day including breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the trek. The foods are quite convenient and have a pretty wide
selection of the food items on the tea houses menus which are originated and prepared by the local community, the names of the most common meals of the region as given below. The Common food options- Momos (dumplings) different verity of Thukpa (noodle soup), Dahl and Bhat (Nepalese local meal), Tibetan / chapatti bread, Macroni, Spaghetti, Sherpa Stew, a verity of soups, steaks, potatoes items, Sandwiches, Pizza, rice with curry, spring rolls, Raman soups, burgers, and Pizza, yak steak, dessert items, hot and cold drinks are available on the menus on the tea house, the menu’s selected meals are fresh and healthy with hygienic specialists by the mountain for the mountain trekkers. .
Yes, you can get wifi internet access everywhere at a little fee even in the mountain.
Travelers can get an- On Arrival Visa at Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu, Nepal upon arrival. The visa fee for a three-month tourist- visa is 40 USD; it's playable at the airport. Please note that your holding passport should be validated at least six months from the
date of your arrival. Meanwhile, travelers of Indian and Chinese nationalities are not required to pay this fee since the country declared a free visa for these 2 countries.
Yes, Our Guide and Porters are all insured and they have trekking climbing insurances for trekking to any mountain in Nepal.
Absolutely yes! Under normal circumstances, our booked trips are guaranteed to run. You will still be doing your trek even if other trekkers
cancel their trip. This is the reason why Alpine Ramble is different from other agencies, who usually cancel their whole trip a month or even a week before the trip date. We are a tailor-made company and the number of participants does not stop our operation. If your trip has been canceled by your operator and you are under last-minute stress, remember to find us to sort out your trip decisions. Please feel free to book your stress-free holidays with us. Unless there is a situation that is out of control such as a political riot, natural disaster, pandemic, epidemic or weather catastrophes, our trips are 100% guaranteed to run.
Absolutely yes, we have been trekking many times with a solo female trekker and all of the trekking tours have successfully done by supporting the help of our friendly and experienced Guides and sherpa team.
Yes, this route has a good facility for internet
Yes, some tea houses available Laundry services
but not everywhere,
You could use the credit card only in cities areas of Nepal,
in the mountain areas, you can only use the cash and some places they will be
accepted accept dollars, Euros, and pounds as well.
Acute mountain sickness is an illness that can affect any mountain climbers, hikers, trekkers, or travelers at high altitudes, normally; it can be suffered above high of 9,000 feet. Acute mountain sickness is caused by reduced air pressure and lowers oxygen levels at high altitudes. If you feel dizzy, suffer palpitations or severe headaches, and return immediately to a lower altitude. Do not take altitude sickness lightly. It can be fatal! Please familiarize yourself with the symptoms of altitude sickness before your trek. Do not ignore even the mildest of altitude symptoms, inform your guide, porters, or hotel staff immediately. Generally, our guides carry basic medicine and first aid equipment including simple painkillers, altitude sickness tablets, bandages, balm for muscle aches, and medication to treat diarrhea and vomiting.
Yes, The trekkers should have to have registered trekking
permits, and TIMS (Trekker's Management Systems), they are all helped and
provided by Alpine Ramble Trekks- it's all are included in our package program.