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Annapurna Base Camp Trek - 14 Days

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Location: Annapurna Regions

Price: US $$875` P/P

14 Days

Trip Facts

Group Size

Maximum 30

Trip Grade



Lodges/Tea houses

Max Altitude

4095 m


All kinds of western food and local food.



Trip Highlights

  • Ghorepani Poon hill View of Annapurna Range as well as Dhaulagiri Ranges
  • Rhododendrons Forests and Bamboo Forests.
  • Annapurna I and Glacier view from Annapurna base camp.
  • Hot springs Pool to relax after Annapurna base camp trek
  • Pokhara lakeside as well as Kathmandu city
  • Gurung and Mongolian cultures and traditions

Annapurna Base Camp trek by Magic Himalaya is one of the well-rounded and complete trekking trails in the Himalayas. ABC Trek presents you with the cultural and natural bliss of the Annapurna region. Starting from the beautiful Pokhara Valley, the walk is diverse and delightful. The trail goes from lower hills to the very base of the 10th highest peak, Annapurna.

An ultimate challenge for world-class mountaineers, Annapurna is standing tall and is open for anyone with a heart to embrace its beauty. Relish the traditional lifestyle of local Gurung and Bhotia ethnic groups here. Travellers can also feel the waves of affinity casing their souls. Combining the likes of adventure with authenticity, this trek is unrivalled in its category. Annapurna Sanctuary is a worthy candidate to be on the bucket list of travellers all around the world. 

The Annapurna region also constitutes some of the best Treks of variable stretch and difficulty. However, the trail to base camp encompasses the best delights of the Himalayas. The picturesque background from the natural viewpoints throughout the trail is sublime. Each day in the lap of the mighty Himalayas wakes you up with a beautiful sunrise and the wonderful sunset is the perfect way to end every day.

Annapurna trekking is one of the best things to do in Nepal for a long time. Our ABC trek also includes the local favourite short trek destination the Ghorepani-Poonhill trail. Alongside the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri massif travellers can also have a close glimpse of Macchapuchre, Gangapurna, Singachuli, Himchuli, and Dhampus peaks from the trail. Ideal for both individuals and groups, the Annapurna Sanctuary has an answer to all your expectations. 

So, buckle up for an adventure of a lifetime in the lap of the Annapurna range with Magic Himalaya Treks. 

Special Things About Annapurna Base camp Trek

Annapurna is full of everything which is the Special things we can get during our hike to Annapurna base camp. Here are some of the Special Things about Annapurna Base Camp Trek which are mentioned below:

Fascinating Mountains View on the Trail

The Annapurna base camp trek has a magnificent view of mountains and green hill view right from the start of Kathmandu to Pokhara bus ride. On reaching Pokhara city we have a massive Mountain View in front. During a ride from Pokhara to Nayapul we will stop at Naudanda which has all mountains views.

From the starting point at Birathanti, we have a stunning view of Fishtail Mountain and we can see Annapurna’s south on reaching Ulleri viewpoint. Ghorepani village has a view from a hotel room but we can visit the early morning to poon hill to see stunning sunrise and Himalayan Mountain View. We will able to see Dhaulagiri all range, Nilgiti, Dhampus Peak, Barashikhar, Annapurna South, Hianuchuli, fishtail, and many more. Gurung Hill also has almost the same view as poon hill and we can even see some mountains very close.

Tadapani, Chhomrong village, Sinuwa, and Deurali have stunning views of mountains. We also can see some mountains on trial. On reaching MBC we will see Machapuchare. Machapuchare means Fish tailed and this is believed to be one of the homes of Lord Shiva. It is the holy mountain. The Annapurna base camp is a small cluster of lodges opposite the Annapurna glacier. We can see 360-degree mountain views including Annapurna I.

Trekking Through Forests and Villages

The Annapurna base camp trail takes you through a variety of Vegetation. In the beginning periods, we will walk through different villages some are small and some are big. After passing Banthanti, we will trek through the forests until we reach the Ghorepani. We will be walking on Rhododendrons forests after Ghorepani until reaching the Tadapani village. From Tadapani we will trek down through the forest until reach Chulie then all the way through houses and some small forest to go to Chhomrong village.

Once you cross the Sinuwa village, you will be in Annapurna Sanctuary where forests are dense. As you move higher up towards Deurali, the thick forests give way to tall grass. When we move closer to MBC the terrain turns Alpine. On the way to ABC, you will see patches of grass amidst boulders which are also flowering plants lining the trail.

When we pass Chhomrong on going to Jhinu we don’t have a forest but if you decide to go hot springs pool then you will go through dense forests.

A glance into the culture around Annapurna Base Camp

This Annapurna base camp Trek is a classic tea house trek. We will stay in small lodges which are only possible to accommodate around 30-40 people. All these lodges are run by locals’ people and many people from different parts of Nepal also come as workers during the season. Tourists can get a glimpse into the way of life while talking with the guides, porters, & staff at the tea house.

Due to the Tourist flow, most people speak English so communication is not a problem. All the food served at the tea house is prepared in the Nepalese style. The food is quite similar to the Indian food. The Annapurna region is home to several ethnic groups including the Gurungs, Magars, Thakalis & others. Here the communities have their own languages, customs & traditions.

Hinduism and Buddhism are the two Major religions in the Annapurna region. We will come across temples, stupas & monasteries along the trek. If you are at a Dashain and Tihar festival, you can see many rituals, colourful decorations & local performances.

Adventure Souls in one place

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek attracts mountain lovers from all over the world. In October during the season time.

We have adventure souls at one place at base camp and at different places on trial. All the tea houses became convenient forums to discuss and exchange notes with strangers who could be from anywhere. This kind of experience was only possible on a few treks.

Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu airport

Day 2: Trek preparations:

Day 3: Drive to Pokhara:

Day 4: Drive to Nayapul and trek to Tikhadhunga (1540 m)

Day 5: Trek to Ghorepani (2860 m).6 hr walk.

Day 6: Hike poon hill and trek to Tadapani (2630m).7 hr walk

Day 7: Trek to Chhomrong (2170 m)-6 hr walk.

Day 8: Chhomrong to Dovan. (2600m )6 hr walk.

Day 9: Dovan to MBC (3700m)-5 hr walk.

Day 10: Trek to ABC (4130m) and trek down to Dovan.

Day 11: Trek to Jhinu Danda (1780 m)

Day 12: Trek to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara.

Day 13: Drive to Kathmandu.

Day 14: Final departure.



You will meet the representative from Magic Himalaya after landing at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA). He/She will then drive you to your hotel in the heart of the City of Thamel. With some dos and don'ts tips, you can rest for the day there. In case you have some time to spare take a short walk around and get the experience of the culture and lifestyle of Kathmandu. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.


Visit our office near your hotel after breakfast to meet your team and guide for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. We'll have a brief orientation session covering the overall trek and its constituents.

Our guide will then aid you in the final preparations for the trek. Double-checking the permits and gears, your guide will also provide you with the best destination suggestions to buy any others. After everything is ready, you can explore more of the local delights around Thamel. If you have time you can do Kathmandu city tour then Return to the hotel and rest for the day. Overnight at Kathmandu.


After breakfast, your guide will pick you up from the hotel. You will catch a bus to Pokhara from a local bus station. The drive to Pokhara is about 7 hours long and you'll stop at regular intervals for snacks and lunch. You will be traveling on a hill highway for the most part of the journey and gifted with fantastic landscape views.

A hit of fresh breeze and lively surroundings will mark Pokhara and you will head straight to the hotel here. Pokhara is one of the best adventure destinations in Nepal and you can explore some of them in your spare time today. Spend your evening in the lakeside areas accompanied by sublime sunset views over Phewa Lake. Overnight at a hotel in Pokhara.


You will get the first glimpse of Annapurna massif on a clear morning from Pokhara. Taking a cab from the hotel, you will have a short drive to reach Nayapul. Starting the walk from here, you will have a moderate walking portion today to Tikhedhunga. We will stop briefly at the village of Birethanti and continue on our trail.

Passing small and big settlements and terraced farmlands, one can have a close bond with nature in this stretch. After about four hours or so, we will reach the village of Tikhedhunga. Overnight at a guesthouse/lodge in Tikhedhunga.

As Annapurna trek is well-known for showcasing an authentic lifestyle and culture in this region you can experience some bits in the locally operated lodges and community guest houses. Here, are our best suggestions for Tikhedhunga:-

1. Chandra Guesthouse

2. Indra Guesthouse


The Trekking section leading to the Ghorepani village is one of the most demanding days of the Annapurna Base Camp trek. After a light breakfast, we'll start the steep climb in the steps to the village of Ulleri. From Ulleri village we will continue a smooth ascend to Nange Thanti.

The views of Mt. Machhapucchre, Annapurna South, and Himchuli are fantastic from the path. The trail continues over a ridge and a relaxed walk from here will take us to Ghorepani Village. Ghorepani is a major village in the circuit and a short tour around will take you closer to the Gurung culture. Overnight at a Guest House/lodge in Ghorepani. Here, are our best suggestions for accommodation in Ghorepani

1. Sunny hotel

2. Mountain View Hotel

3. Dhaulagiri Hotel

4. Fishtail Hotel

5. Super View Hotel


We will take a slight detour from the Annapurna Base Camp trail and hike to Poon Hill, one of the best short trek destinations in the Himalayas. Starting with an early tea, an hour of gradual uphill will see us to the natural viewpoint of Poon Hill. The Annapurna Massif, Mt. Fishtail (Machhapucchre), Mt. Dhaulagiri, Himchuli, Dhampus Peak, Gangapurna, and other mountain views are breathtaking from here. Spending some quality time here we will hike back to Ghorepani. Our trek to Tadapani starts after breakfast in Ghorepani.

After a couple of hours on the path, we will get past Ban Thanti and Deurali. Walking through rhododendron, pine, and oak forests we will reach Tadapani in the late afternoon. Overnight at a guest house/lodge in Tadapani. Here, are our best suggestions for accommodation in Tadapani:-

1. Himalayan guest house

2. Hotel Magnificent

3. Super view guest house

4. Panoramic guest house


We will have a gradual downhill Trek for many parts of the day to reach Chhomrong. You will pass by multiple small Magar and Gurung settlements to rest and try some local snacks. The Village called Chulie Village is the first one followed by Kimrong Khola, Ghurjung, and Talung Village.

The views of Annapurna South and Hiunchuli are fantastic from the ridges of the trail. Covering over 8 easy kilometers, we will reach Chhomrong village in the late afternoon. Chhomrong is one of the popular villages to spend some time on any of the trails in Annapurna Sanctuary. Overnight at a lodge/guesthouse in Chhomrong.

Here, are our best suggestions for accommodation in Chhomrong: -

1. Panorama Point Lodge

2. Fishtail Guest House

3. Kalpana Guest House

4. Moonlight Lodge


After a light tea and majestic sunrise over the Himalayas start the day. The first part of today is a moderate descent for about an hour followed by a gentle uphill walk to the Sinuwa passing by Bhanwa. As one of the last local villages of the ABC trail, you can have a lively time here. Next, we will pass by Khundi and Bamboo where we can stop for lunch.

The views are mesmerizing in clear weather from this path and are a constant reminder of what one can relish hiking further up. Our walk continues through a subsequent forest dominated by Rhododendron, Pin, and Oak trees. After reaching the Dovan village rest for the day. Overnight at a Guest House/lodge in Dovan village.


We will start the day with a beautiful sunrise from Dovan village. Our trek to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) from Dovan continues passing by Himalaya and the village of Deurali. For a significant part of today's walk, we will follow the Modi Khola.

Following a lunch break in Deurali, we will have a moderate climb to finally reach the Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The grand face of Mount Fishtail or Machhapuchre in Nepali is absolutely breathtaking from the MBC. In clear weather, you can also view various other surrounding snow-capped mountains. Overnight at a teahouse in MBC.


Our trek to the Annapurna Base Camp starts early today. Beginning the walk with one of the best sunrise views in the lap of an alluring Fishtail. After About 3 hours of gentle and steep climbs, we will reach the ultimate destination of our trek, the Annapurna Base Camp. Surrounded by the fantastic peaks all around and facing the Southern face of the Annapurna Massif, ABC lives up to its name.

Being there you can feel the fresh air and a feeling of exhilaration rides with it. After Spending some quality time here, we will return to Dovan. The downhill walk is a refreshing one and we will reach Dovan in the late afternoon. After a pristine view of the sunset, you can rest for the day at a lodge here. Overnight at Dovan.


The return trek from the Annapurna Base Camp continues today leading to the Jhinu Danda from Dovan. The walk is relaxing and passes through many other local villages.

Passing by different waterfalls, and streams and embracing nature closely we will reach Jhinu Danda in the afternoon. Jhinu Danda also offers a couple of hot springs for you to relax and enjoy. Overnight at a guesthouse/lodge in Jhinu Danda.


You will cover the final stretch of the walk to Nayapul from Jhinu Danda. Mostly sharing the trail with the local people, the walk is about 3 hours to Nayapul beside the terraced farmlands and small settlements.

From Nayapul, you will drive back to your hotel in Pokhara. Visit the lakeside areas of Pokhara and experience the nightlife of Pokhara. Overnight at a hotel in Pokhara.


After breakfast, you will head to the bus park and drive back to the Kathmandu Valley. Enjoying the views throughout the way, you will stop occasionally to try some local snacks and lunch.

You will reach Kathmandu in the afternoon and ahead starts at the hotel. In your spare time today, explore different monuments around the hotel. Join us for an authentic Nepali farewell dinner joined by your trekking team. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.


Today is the final itinerary of the Annapurna base camp trek. We will pick you up from your hotel prior to your departure and transfer you to the airport.

Return with some wonderful stories and lifelong memories to share from the Annapurna Base Camp trek with Magic Himalaya Treks.

What's included?

  • Annapurna conservation permits.
  • Annapurna base camp trekking map.
  • Full board plan (breakfast lunch, dinner) provided during the trekking.
  • Hotel on bed and breakfast plan during Kathmandu stay and Pokhara stays.
  • An experienced license holder guide and required porters. (1 porter for two trekkers and there will be 1 assistant guide for more than six trekkers.)
  • International and domestic pick up/drop.
  • Medical kit box and required medicine for the trek.
  • Rounds tickets to Kathmandu-Pokhara for trekkers, guides, and assistant guides.
  • Trekking equipment like a down jacket, duffel bag will be provided.
  • TIMS Card.
  • All the necessary transportation during sightseeing.
  • Food, drinks, salary, equipment, insurance, transportation, accommodations & local tax for guides and porters.
  • All government tax and vat.
  • Welcome and farewell dinner with us.

What's not included?

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Your travel insurance.
  • International flight and departure tax.
  • Any expense of personal nature.
  • Rescue operation in case needed.
  • Any kind of Bar bills and Nepal entry visa fee.
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic Drinks

Departure dates

Start Dates are your arrival date in Nepal and End Dates are the returning date from Nepal.

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Private trips are available on any date of your choice at any time of the year. Let us know about your preferred travel dates and we shall organize it as per your convenience. Get in touch with us via bellow contact us form.

Essential Information

Best contact to do Annapurna base camp Trek

There are thousands of local company where you can contact for Annapurna base camp trek. There is also many international company which operate Annapurna base camp trek with maximum cost and profit margins. Magic Himalaya is one of the best contact to do Annapurna base camp Trek. Magic Himalaya treks company provide different itinerary with different cost. To learn more about the Annapurna base camp cost, you can visit the Annapurna base camp trek Contact Sections. Here Mr. Nabin Baniya will tell you about the possibilities of Discounts. Contact At Nkbaniya@gmail.com or info@magichimalayatreks.com. You can also see our experience on trek which you can also check our Video on YouTube.

Call us @ +977-9849334818. We are available on Whats-app, Instagram, Facebook and many more social networking platform.

Reasons to Trust Magic Himalaya for Annapurna base camp Trek

Magic Himalaya Treks is well know and reputed trek company based in Kathmandu Nepal. Magic Himalaya treks company registered under the Nepal government. There are so m many reason Why us for the Annapurna Base Camp trek? You can find out lot of profs of Magic company reputation and good services proof through google review or any platforms.

Among many Well here are a few reasons to trust magic Himalaya for Annapurna base camp trek for the job:

  1. We provide the best value service with no hidden charges.
  2. Our guides are experienced, trained, and well-prepared for any situation in high elevation. They're also fluent in English and the local language of the region.
  3. Magic Himalaya provides 24*7 assistance from the preparation to the completion of the trek
  4. The company has a great stand-by team in case of any unforeseen events and circumstances
  5. We have over two decades of knowledge and expertise in walking on different trails of the Annapurna
  6. Our company provide absolute best quality trekking experience that you can enjoy and experience.

​Medicine for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

While doing the Annapurna Base camp trek it’s important to have medicine and that might needed. Carry these medicines with you, easily accessible at all times. It is not recommended to take any medicine unless you have consulted your trek leader. Our trek guide also carries the local medicine and it might not be working properly for your body so you can bring your own medicine.


Carry one strip and be on a course of a half tablet of Diamox starting from Kathmandu or your hometown. Once you start carry until the starting point or very low elevations. Taking the preventive course of Diamox greatly reduces the chances of Acute Mountain Sickness on Abc Trek.

Dexamethasone & Nifedipine

Carry one strip of Dexamethasone and 5 tablets of Nifedipine which is part of the live-saving drugs kit. This is not advisable to take on your own so you must inform your trek leader and he/she will inform you in case the need arises.

Dolo 650

Carry 6 to 10 tablets for a trek. This is a paracetamol which helps to tackle with Fever and also some pain.


Carry 6 to 10 tablets for a trek. This is also important because you will be on a road journey before and after the trek. Take one half an hour before the start of your road journey.


Carry 6 to 10 tablets of Combiflam for the Annapurna trek. The trek has lots of ups and downs and might have a sudden twist of the leg or a muscle strain. This medicine works as a pain reliever.


Cary 6 to 10 tablets of Digene which is very useful if you feel the food that you have taken is undigested. At that point, you need to alert your trek guide or leader because this is also a Symptom of AMS.

Knee Brace

Carry this and might be useful during the climbing up and down. If you have knee problems or related then it will be useful.

If you don’t have your own Medicine, you can use our guide medical Box. Always Remember the Importance of Medicine for Annapurna base camp Trek.

​Closest to Mt Annapurna with no climbing

Annapurna base camp trek is closest to Mt Annapurna with no climbing. The popular Annapurna base camp trekking takes you face to face with an Eight-thousand mountain with fewer difficulties. The Annapurna base camp trek is a moderate-difficult trek that attracts many travelers of different age groups, and physical conditions.

The Annapurna base camp trekn Provides an opportunity to reach the base of the world's tenth highest peak Annapurna I. The Annapurna I standing on an elevation of 8091 m above sea level holds an almost fatal attraction for mountaineers. The Annapurna trek has several things that make it full of everything.

​Everyone must do Annapurna base camp Trek for Changes

Trekking and traveling are the important things that can transform lives. If you do trekking and hiking adventures you will have a lot of changes on yourself too. There are a lot of people who change their professions, and careers to start a fresh new start for a new way of life.

After doing an adventure people feel so relaxed that they get out of their old relationship and start a new relationship. The Adventure also creates lots of life-changing experiences. To have an easy way of life trekking is important and the Annapurna base camp trek has everything that can make a difference. Everyone must do the Annapurna base camp trek for changes in life to be better from worse conditions.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost by Group Size

The Annapurna base camp trek costs $800 per person to $1500 per person. The cost depends on the services you take and the category of hotel you stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We can make a Annapurna base camp luxury trek by staying on 5 star hotel on Pokhara and Kathmandu and we use the best available lodge along the way. We can find the Attach bathroom in most of the lodges in the beginning two- three days and at the end.

There is best lodge with attach bathroom on places like Tikhadhunga, Ulleri, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chhomrong, Ghandruk, landruk, Jhiinu danda, Australian camp etc. Magic Himalaya Treks will Charge around USD $1800 to USD $2800 Depends on the Itinerary.

The Cost actually depends on the Following Things:

  • Tims and ACAP Permits.
  • Accommodations during Trek.
  • Lunch, Breakfast and dinner On trek.
  • Bed and Breakfast during Kathmandu and Pokhara stay.
  • Transportation to Ktm-pok-ktm flights or by bus.
  • All grounded transportation needed on itinerary.
  • Guide salary, food, insurance as well as transportation
  • Porters salary, food and equipment
  • Airport pick up and drop
  • Sleeping bag and down Jacket
  • Welcome dinner and farewell dinner etc.

​Altitude sickness in Annapurna base camp Trek

Walking at high elevations brings lots of problems too. Altitude sickness is one of the major problems people face while doing the Annapurna base camp trek. These kinds of problems arrive when your body does not acclimatize to the elevation. Altitude sickness is one important subject things to do before the Annapurna base camp.

So it is important to have rest days in the itinerary. The Symptoms and prevention measures of Altitude Sickness are discussed below:

Symptoms of Altitude sickness

  • Loss of Appetite
  • Tiredness
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of breathing
  • Nausea and Vomiting

Preventive Measure of Altitude Sickness

  • Make sure you are following the itinerary with some rest days.
  • Drink at least 2 to 3 liters of water during walking and hiking.
  • Even if you have a short holiday try not to cut off the rest days.
  • Avoids alcoholic drinks and smoking
  • When you have some symptoms then tell immediately to your guide.
  • If your guide asks to turn back then follow him.

​Luggage for Annapurna base camp trek

If you come to Nepal with overweight luggage then inform us and our guide will see our stuff and advise what to take and what to store. We have two options for storing your luggage that is in the Kathmandu Hotel or the Pokhara Hotel. The Duffel bag is our main luggage for the trek.

Our company duffel bag will be provided which is water and airproof so porter carries them safely. If you want you can also lock the duffel bag and keep the key with you. Each trekker can pack up to 12 kg in the duffel bag, which is carried by a porter during the Day. Trekkers need to have a day pack to carry essential and valuable things with them.

The things trekkers carry such as water. Camera, mobile, passport, money, and a few personal things.

​Multiethnic cultural Experience in Annapurna base camp Trek

The Annapurna base camp trail is not only for walking adventure. We can have a multiethnic cultural Experience in Annapurna base camp Trek. Trekkers can witness the amazing traditions and culture of Gurung and Magar communities. The place is habituated mainly by Gurung and Magar.

Here, the local authentic group has a brilliant culture, disguise, Language & customs. You will have a great occasion to explore the Gurung museum and be able to wear the Gurung dress at Ghandruk Village. The person here represents great history. The villages where we can know more about these people are Ghorepani, Tadapani, Ghandruk, Ulleri, Jhinu, Landruk, Pothana, Chhomrong as well as Dhampus.

Most of the time, we will host a small program either on Jhinu or the last day of the trek to show the typical cultural program. We can enjoy local folk music and songs. The local dancers from the village will guide you to dance and teach you.

​Annapurna base camp trek with locals

First of all, make sure you are booking with the local adventure experts. Magic Himalaya Treks is one of the local Trekking Companies in Nepal. All the crew Member of our company is from the high mountain region of Gorkha and Dhading. In fact, while we operate trekking in Nepal, we hire at least the local porters of a particular area.

We try our best to provide the local Trekking guide of a particular area. The major reason behind hiring locals as crew members is to provide authentic information. While traveling with locals you will get a chance to know the latest ad authentic info about any places. Trekking with locals is also safe to traverse the narrow valleys, high-altitude glaciers, green lush forests, and unknown places.

Traveling in small groups with locals is far better than joining the fixed departures of international companies.

​Tourist city Pokhara

The road trip from Kathmandu to Pokhara is a wholesome experience. We can enjoy the chance to learn about the hilly region people living around the Highway. The bustling towns and the clean rivers along the way can help you understand more about Nepal and its people.

The Tourist city Pokhara is a place where people can relax and store on the shores of Phewa Lake. The lakeside area of Pokhara City is an amazing place to get repose from all the boredom of life. We will have two nights one before and one after Trek. Staying in Pokhara we will also have an opportunity to visit Sarangkot for sunrise and Mountain View. We can see the Annapurna Himalayan Ranges and the Dhaulagiri mountain family.

We will also be able to see Devi’s Fall, Bat Cave, International Mountain Museum, and World Peace Pagoda. Now there is a new Shiva statue situated in Pumdikot. There are still many things to see in this beautiful and natural city.

Difference between Annapurna base camp And Annapurna circuit Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp trek and the Annapurna Circuit trek are two of Nepal’s Most Popular routes. The base camp and the circuit trek offer very different experiences. Talking about the time periods required for trekking, we need 18 to 21 days time for the Annapurna circuit whereas the base camp can be done in 2 weeks' time. The Annapurna circuit trek is more challenging in comparison to the Annapurna base camp.

The highest point of the Annapurna base camp is the base camp whereas the highest point of the Annapurna circuit is Thorongla pass which is standing on 5416 meters. The Annapurna base camp takes you to the base of Annapurna I whereas on the circuit trek we will make a run to the Annapurna Himalayan ranges. The starting point of the Annapurna base camp trek is Pokhara city where we will start at Besisahar for the Annapurna circuit trek.

We experience the Gurung culture while doing the Annapurna base camp and while doing the Annapurna circuit, we experience many cultures such as Thakali, Gurung, Tamang, and many more.

Required Time to climb Annapurna I and Trek Base camp

The climbing part from base camp to Annapurna top is a difficult and time-consuming task. This is hard even for regular and experienced climbers. The top summit of Annapurna I mountain is over eight thousand meters high and climbers must acclimatize to the high altitude before attempting the ascent.

The climb from base camp to the summit can take 2-4 weeks, depending on the climber's pace, weather conditions, and other factors. To face the challenges of climbing, Annapurna climbers must be well-equipped and have extensive experience and training. It’s also important to have a backup plan.

We have to be prepared for any unseen circumstances that may arise during the climb. Climbing Annapurna is not easy. The time required for trek base camp is 2 weeks and climbing takes around 4 weeks time.

More about Annapurna I and Annapurna Base camp Trek

Mount Annapurna is a massif in Nepal’s Annapurna region of the Himalayas. With an elevation of 8,091 meters, it is the tenth-highest mountain in the world. Due to its steep terrain, unpredictable weather, and avalanche-prone slopes, Annapurna is also regarded as one of the most dangerous mountains to climb.

The Annapurna region is a popular trekking destination known for its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Annapurna I is a challenging and prestigious peak for Mountaineers.

The Annapurna Conservation Area is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna including endangered species such as the snow leopard, Himalayan Black bear, and red panda. The region is also home to a number of ethnic communities including the Gurung, Thakali, and Magar people who have preserved their distinct culture and traditions over time.

The Annapurna base camp trek takes you to the base of Annapurna I as well as other mountains. This Trek allows you to experience the natural beauty of the region as well as the warmth and hospitality of the local people.

​Required TIMS and Permits for Annapurna base camp Trek

Travelers and trekkers to Nepal coming to Trekking in Nepal need to have TIMS and Permits. TIMS and Permits are required to have for doing any hiking adventure inside the conservation area and National park.

Those people doing Annapurna base camp Trek also need to acquire Trekkers Information Management systems (TIMS Card). The TIMS is Mandatory to ensure the safety as well as Security of trekkers in general. A Permits fee, a copy of your Passport as well as two passport-size pictures are required for getting TIMS Card.

TIMS Cost for Annapurna base camp Trek

The Fees for the TIMS card are US $10 for a group trekker which is 1000 Nepali rupees. The cost for the individual trekkers (FIT) is USD $20. The service is provided on Both Kathmandu and Pokhara TIMS counters.

Permits Cost for Annapurna base Camp trek

Along with the TIMS card, we also need to have Permits to do the Annapurna base camp trek. The permits are Taken for the entrance inside the Annapurna conservation area.

The Cost is USD $20 per person. We will get Permits both in Kathmandu as well as Pokhara. We also need to pay 50 rupees to enter the Visitors Park in Poon Hill. If you go there are also some charges take if you go hot spring pool in Jhinu Danda.

Equipment required for Annapurna base camp trek

While doing any adventure we should have to make an idea of what is needed and how we can get them done. Here we are doing the Annapurna base camp trek so we need to make lots of plans and implement them well to have a successful trek.

The main idea of packing the clothes and equipment is to keep your body warm, and dry as well as protect it from the sun. The main idea of packing well is to be able to trek comfortably.

There is lots of equipment from copy to original all around. Here I will mention some of the Equipment required for the Annapurna base camp trek:

*Bags: Large Duffel Bag/ Rucksack around 80liter for a porter to carry and 20liter to 40 Liter daypack carried for you.

* Insulation: Warm layered system to keep your body, hands, and head warm.

*Base Layer: Thin layer to wick away sweat and strip down to when it gets hot.

*Feet: comfortable, waterproof boots to support your ankles over rough trails. Carry light footwear to wear in the evening.

*Sleeping: Warm sleeping bag & bedroll to get a good night's sleep at the lodges and camps.

* Eating/Drinking: Water bottles and Favorite snacks and trails mix for a day.

*Washing & Medical: To allow you to wash and maybe stave off a headache and blister.

Annapurna base camp trek on Different Months

Trekkers can visit the Annapurna base camp trek and region all year long but the trails at higher elevation might require some monitoring.

The trail above Deurali mostly has landslides and the trail changes. It will be easy to travel with a guide so that no problems arrive.

March, April & May

March, April & May in Nepal is one of the best times to do the Annapurna base camp Trek. Spring is the season when you can enjoy the views of the rhododendron dominating the hills in its full glory.

We can see lots of rhododendrons in the poon hill area as well as most of the lower parts of the trails. The weather is good to do base camp and see the sunrise. We will have blue and clear skies, one can have a complete Himalayan experience in a single go.

September, October & November

This period of September, October & November marks the arrival of autumn and is proven to be the best time for the Annapurna base camp Trek. A lot of flowers bloom making the landscape more colorful than ever. With the monsoon over you can have a clean and green trail with a lush ecosystem and clearer view.

All the teahouses and lodges will be open throughout the season. It gives the opportunity to enjoy the trek in its full glory. It is the most Visited time of year for Base camp. We can also see people doing Annapurna base camp helicopter tours.

December, January & February

The extent of February from December marks the winter in the Himalayas. Apart from the extreme winter with heavy snowfall, you can carry on the ABC trek. In December, January & February people need additional gear and equipment for the high-elevation trek with thick snow.

The experience is all different ranging from snowy hills, valleys, and ridges in the trails. The trail is even less visited in winter with more offers for adventure lovers. We can see the snow on the trail at the poon hill area as well as ABC and MBC. It is more challenging than other months.

June, July & August

Nepal experiences a wet summer in June, July & August. Monsoon is not the best time for walking On the trails of the Himalayas. It's the same for the Annapurna base camp trek. People still do this trek in the period for different slices of adventure. we can experience the trek along with rain.

We need to be careful of leeches. If you don't like trekking and hiking in the rain then this time of year might not be Perfect for you.

Food and Accommodation on Annapurna base camp trek

Annapurna means full of grains so we don't need to worry about food here. Food around Annapurna is a combination of local and Nepali cuisine. In some places, you can find bakeries as well as lodges offering an extended menu. Most ingredients for them are local and organic.

Trekking requires burning calories and there is no food better than the basic Nepali Style of Dal Bhat. Eating a balanced diet is important, but apart from a few snacks and energy bars, you shouldn't worry much about the food. we can find all kinds of international dishes in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

We can also find many international dishes on the trek. We can have pizza, Burgers, noodles, pasta, curry rice, spring rolls, and many other items on the menu. The menu altogether is the same from start to end. Meat items may not be available on higher parts of Trek.

Talking about Accommodation, the Annapurna base camp trek has lots of hotels and teahouses. It is possible to have a camping trek in the Annapurna area. We can see only a few people doing it. Accommodation is now available from the start to completion preventing the trekkers from heavy packing.

Most of these provide all your basic necessities like food, water, a bed, and a bathroom. Prepare to get used to the Squat toilets which are the most common ones in the area. Rooms are smaller and most have two or more beds for the trekkers to stay. Heating is only possible in the dining room.

Foods are available from the menu card with different options. You will also stop at the tea house for lunch during the trek. If you are thinking about Annapurna trekking then don’t aspect luxury treks staying in luxury lodges.

Transportation on Annapurna base camp trek

We use different transportation on the Annapurna base camp trek. We use private luxury transportation to pick you up and drop you to the international airport. We also use a tourist bus to go to Pokhara and come back from Pokhara.

We can also take a private car, jeep, Toyota Hiace, and bus to Pokhara if the client wants and we have bigger groups. Instead of driving we can fly in and fly out from Pokhara too. We use private transportation to go to Nayapul and drive back from Nayapul too.

If you prefer doing it by helicopter then we also provide you with this facility. Here are the details of transportation we can use to reach Pokhara and start the Annapurna base camp Trek.

By Air (flight)

Different government and private companies provide domestic air services. These flights are operated 7 days a week and several times a day. During peak seasons (autumn and spring), it is most appropriate to book domestic flights in advance and keep re-confirming your tickets.

It takes only 25 minutes to get to Pokhara by flight. Buddha Airlines, Simrik, Shree, and yeti airlines are the main companies. We have two airports in Pokhara. The old airport is for domestic purposes and the new international airport is for Domestic flights also land at the new airport. It just takes 10 to 20 minutes to reach the lakeside from the airport.

By Bus (local bus and tourist Bus)

We have two Bus services to reach Pokhara the first one is Tourist Bus and the Second one is a local Bus.

Tourist Bus

The tourist bus is an alternative for extremely cheap and relaxing travel to Pokhara. They leave Kathmandu from Sorakhutee, opposite prime bank at 7 am every day. It is comparatively more comfortable and somewhat faster and safer.

Cost varies for A/C and non-A/C buses. In Pokhara, some buses pick up passengers in Lakeside and Damside.

Local bus or Micro Hiace

It is the main form of transportation. They are reasonably cheap than flying or by tourist bus. Local buses leave from Kathmandu for Pokhara from the New Bus station located on the Ring road at Gangabu near Balaju going to the Annapurna Trekking or Annapurna Circuit Trek.

There are direct bus services for Dumre and Besisahar from Kathmandu. Likewise, buses for the Dumre and Besisahar leave from the Prithivi Chowk bus park in Pokhara.

For the service to various Annapurna Trekking regions trails such as Ghandruk, Ghorepani, Beni, and ABC trek, bus tickets can get from Banglung bus park. It is also possible to hire a local taxi from Banglung bus park or from the lakeside.

Annapurna base camp trek, Khopra Danda trek, Mardi Himal trek, and Ghorepani poon hill trek are a few famous treks found in this region. For the Going Upper Mustang trek, we should go through this region.

By Private transportation.

This is the best and most comfortable way of reaching Pokhara. It is cheaper than flying and basic luxury seat that makes travel comfortable. it is a bit more expensive than a tourist bus but if bigger groups then it's almost the same.

While travelling on private tourist vehicles we can stop whenever we like and where ever we like.

Heaters Facilities on Annapurna base camp Trek

During the winter season, it's important to be safe from cold. While doing Annapurna base camp trek you will face different temperatures and challenges. The starts & ends at Kathmandu and Pokhara have a good room with Ac which is good facilities from the company. Brings warm and good clothes for the trek which is important to stay warmer. you can stay warm while walking in Kathmandu and Pokhara sightseeing around.

In the beginning, the tea houses in Ghorepani, Tadapani, and Chhorong have heaters called chimneys at dining places. This chimney uses wood to make fire and warmer at dining. We can see the same chimney in Everest region but most make fire from cow and yak dung. The higher part of the area does not have wood for fire and is not allowed to make wood fire.

Instead of wood, they use kerosene for cooking. The tea house has a stove for heating up people at the dining table or under the dining table to keep them warm. The heater here cost charges per person or per group. Heaters Facilities on Annapurna base camp Trek is one of the Good facilities from tea house to all trekkers.

The facilities from people to this Annapurna base camp, Machapuchere base camp, and around is something I like about this area.

Annapurna base camp trekkers responsibility for the Environment

As we know that Annapurna area is visited by many people. These regions are gifts from nature to whole nations and have full of everything. To maintain them and keep them safe, we need to make a balance between the environment and human Beings. Our responsibility to the environment should be known by everyone.

Magic Himalaya Trekking Company in Nepal strongly believes that the environment needs to be protected well. Tourism and trekking activities bring many negative effects on our environment so we need to work to make positive aspects of tourism on the environment. We never hard the animals and plants found in this area. Magic Himalaya is always doing this by working with the Kathmandu Environment education project and many other organizations.

Our company is taking part in different plantation and cleaning events. Never stop our responsibility for the environment always engaged in organizing eco-friendly treks and trips. Annapurna base camp trekkers also have a responsibility to the environment and nature to keep them fresh and unchanged.

​Difficulty on Annapurna base camp Trek

The Annapurna base camp trails have lots of ups and downs. People doing the ABC trek can experience different twists and turns during their journey. The trails are composed of rocky tracks, dense forests, and crossing many suspensions well as wooden bridges.

In between the trek, we will also experience walking on the rugged path and climbing steeply. Trekking in remoteness is one of the main difficulties of the trek. We need to walk 5 to 7 hours of walking and if we want we can add a few hours also.

​Child Policy to be followed

As we all know that Annapurna base camp trek is a high-altitude trek and involves rugged, steep terrain. If you want to bring your child or any underage person with you on a trek then you have to comply with our child policy. The trekker’s stamina and health matter a lot.

Our company request to do a private trip if you are coming with a child and the child needs to have a trek with identified guardian. We want children most travel with mom or dad. If you want to know more details about the child policy then get in touch with us.

Drinking water in Annapurna base camp Trek

Water is the second most important thing to live after the air. You can see water everywhere because 71% of the earth's surface is covered with water. Among them, 96.5 percent of water is held by the ocean.

All water is not possible to drink so we need to be careful while drinking water. We need to take good care of Drinking water during Annapurna visits. We recommended drinking bottled mineral water in Kathmandu and Pokhara because we have water problems in the city. While in the mountain you can drink tap water using water drops or water tablets. we can also buy water in the beginning parts of the trail where as most of the town has a safe drinking water station which cost you to buy water.

The charge is cheaper in comparison to mineral water. You can buy safe drinking water in every teahouse along the way. We can also buy boiled water in every guest house if you prefer hot water. Drinking water in the Annapurna base camp trek is not a big problem because like other things Annapurna is also full of water resources.

​Toilet Facilities on Annapurna base camp trek

Toilet Facilities on the Annapurna base camp trek is not luxury. We can find luxury toilet facilities in a few places of the trek at the beginning and end but the overall facilities are basic. The Everest base camp trek teahouse is Luxury compared to the Annapurna area.

We will have good modern toilet facilities in Kathmandu stay and Pokhara stay. we can have a shower in the room in a few places but most of the teahouses have shower separate and which costs them. we will have water in the toilet but when we go high the water freezers so we need to carry our own toilet paper.

We can buy toilet paper in the teahouse but it cost more expensive so it's recommended to carry it from the city area.

ABC for Honeymoon Couples

Annapurna Base Camp will be the supreme adventure option for any intrepid couples around the world. Honeymoon in the lap of lavish nature and fantastic views are unparalleled.

Add the magical sunrise and sunset over the snow-capped peak and you couldn't ask for more. ABC Trail also boasts a large selection of hotels and lodges to choose from for your ease. Covering a whole lot of Himalayan delights the Annapurna Base Camp trek is an excellent choice for newly married couples.

​Best time to do Annapurna base camp Trek

If you want to complete the trek without any issue then we recommend you to trek Annapurna base camp on peak season time. The weather in the Himalayas can get extremely unstable during the off-season time. The Annapurna base camp trek's best time is from March to April (spring) and October to November (autumn).

Both autumn and spring are peak seasons to trek anywhere in the Himalayas. The best season means lots of people doing the trek from different nations. Many people like to meet new people and interact so this time is perfect for those people. While traveling in peak season make sure you have made all the bookings of accommodation in advance.

Trekking in spring gives you the opportunity to experience the beautiful trail covered with rhododendrons and many other flowers. At this time, the climate is pleasant. The views are also fantastic. Some people like to visit in autumn to experience Nepalese festivals Instead of seeing flowers.

During the off-season time, the Annapurna base camp was still the most visited place after the Everest base camp.

Best Viewpoints of Annapurna Base Camp trek

Annapurna Region has a number of glorious viewpoints showcasing the different shades of the Annapurna Massif. Some of these viewpoints are natural ones i.e., above a ridge or top of a valley.

The others might have a built platform or a lookout point made for your ease. The ABC trekking route by Magic Himalaya has encompassed some of the best viewpoints which are as follows: -

Poon Hill: - Poon Hill is one of the best viewpoints in the Himalayas let alone in the Annapurna region. As a widely popular short trekking destination, one can have a panoramic view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range from here.

Machhapuchre Base Camp (MBC): Machhapuchre Base Camp on the lap of mount fishtail is the second main destination of the ABC trek. MBC gives the closest view of Mount Fishtail which is often praised as better than that of Mardi Himal Trail.

Annapurna Base Camp

The Annapurna Base Camp itself offers you some breathtaking views like nowhere else. The close view of Annapurna Massif is fantastic alongside the Subranges of the region. The stretch from MBC to ABC gives you Sublime views of the mountains and landscape.

Jhinu Danda

Jhinu Danda is one of the lesser-heard viewpoints only available on the ABC trails by Magic Himalaya. The return walk from ABC passes by Jhinu Danda so you will make the most of this trek.

Apart from these, you can also visit some nearby viewpoints in Kathmandu and Pokhara by adding some days there. Sarangkot and Nagarkot are two of the best sunrise destinations here.

​Immunization/vaccination needed before ABC treks

You don't actually have to take any vaccine, especially for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. The fundamental vaccinations like Typhoid, Tetanus, and Polio that you take every decade with boosters will be fine. Other than that the Himalayas is the healthiest place to trek in the world.

​The general cost for the Annapurna Trekking

The cost of the ABC relies massively on different factors like trekking days, porters, accommodation, and others. It may vary anywhere from over 800 $ to a few thousand depending on your trekking style.

Our package to Annapurna Base Camp fluctuates a little with the hotels you select to stay before and after the trekking days in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Go through the cost includes and improvise your budget for the other things that the package doesn't cover.

You will definitely find the Annapurna base camp trek cost reasonable with our company Magic Himalaya.

​Guides and Porters for ABC trekking

Guides are absolutely necessary for the ABC. Heading to the rural ends of the Himalayas it's best to be accompanied by a person who knows the region and local language. It is not mandatory but barraging in the unknown alone is never suggested. The same doesn't apply to the porters if you can carry your own baggage.

With porters, you can trek freely and are also helping with the local economy. We provide well-trained guides and local porters for the ABC trek for your ease in the region.

Annapurna Trekking Routes Variations

Annapurna is a gem when it comes to trekking with every length and difficulty provided to trekkers. You can customize most of these treks by adding or reducing the days/destinations from the routes. Some of the popular trekking routes of Annapurna besides the Annapurna base camp trek are as follows:-

* Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek

* Annapurna Circuit

* Ghorepani Poonhill Trek

* Mardi Himal Trek

* Jomsom Muktinath Trek

* Khopra Danda Trek

Fitness, training and health Requirements for the ABC trek

Fitness is required at the very basic levels as you must be able to walk for a few hours a day. However, for Annapurna Base Camp the walk is equally distributed and you can walk slowly and steadily to complete it. Training of any kind is not required as you can complete the trek smoothly following the instructions of your guide.

Get a full-body checkup to be in your best condition for the trek. You can involve in some specific gentle exercises if you want to be comfortable. ABC is ideal for anyone who wants a simple trek with moderate trails to walk in the Himalayas.

​Email/Internet Facilities in the Annapurna Trail

There are internet facilities in the lower half of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek which might come with some extra charges. These are either Wi-Fi or mobile data internet. Nearing the higher elevation you will have scarce cell phone reception with no internet facilities for obvious. However, you have electricity throughout the trail.

​Annapurna base camp trek personal expenses

Besides the services provided by Magic Himalaya Treks, there are several places where you need to pay for extra services. For the Annapurna base camp trek, we recommend you take around 200 USD in Nepali cash as a personal expense on a trip.

You may want to buy additional beverages, snacks WIFI, a Hot Shower, etc. then you use this cash. You can also buy souvenirs from the mountains for family members and friends. If the cash is not used in full then you can use the same cash to tip your guide or porter.

​Insurance, Rescue and Evacuation

We at Magic Himalaya Treks recommend you get well-covered travel insurance with air evacuation up to 6,000 meters and medical bills. Annapurna base camp trek explores remote high altitudes which have the risk of unseen events. This kind of unseen risk is out of people's control.

With magic Himalaya treks you are trekking with our professional guide who will keep you safe in emergency circumstances. Magic Himalaya trekking company will provide you with Quick medical assistance with the help of travel insurance so always take the best insurance.

​How important is tipping to Annapurna base camp trek crew members?

Feel free to tip any crew members whenever you like. Tipping is not covered in the Trekking package cost. The tipping is more like a tradition and a way to say thanks for all the hard work they do to make your trip successful.

The standard tipping for Porter is USD 100 whereas the guide deserved something more for his knowledge and guiding skills. The tour guide also works and he deserves something like USD 5 for his one-day tour and drivers deserve 3 USD. It is not a compulsory process but it’s worth doing it and making everyone happy.


Answer: while doing the Annapurna base camp trek you will face different kinds of accommodations. On the first day, the accommodations are basic in Tikhadhunga with a clean room and toilet outside but in Ghorepani, we can have an attached bathroom in the room with hot shower facilities. until reaching Chhomrong the accommodations are petty well maintained.

We will have basic accommodations with room sharing with other members. In some of the towns during the main season, we need to share beds with 6 to 7 people in a big dormitory room. We can also see a guide, a porter, and some tourists sleeping in the dining room.

They will sleep after dinner is finished and all trekkers go to the room and wake up early before people come for breakfast. Here we don't have any possibilities of having an attached room or shower because cold and water remain ice most of the time. Teahouse on Annapurna is a lesser capacity and facility than the teahouse in the Everest base camp trek.

Answer: The Annapurna food is almost the same as the food on the Everest base camp trek. The only difference is some of the local food. In Annapurna, we called Gurung bread which is Tibetian bread in the Everest area. The famous Dalbhat is also available in all parts of the Annapurna region.

We can see different other items on menu cards such as Pizza, Macaroni, sizzler, Steak, noodles, sherpa stew, Thupka, MoMos, and many more. The food in Annapurna is less costly in comparison to the Everest area. Being one of the top best trekking in Nepal, the Annapurna has full of varieties of food items.

Answer: As we all know that Annapurna base camp Trek is the base camp of Annapurna I. In comparison to Everest Annapurna is less popular which makes Annapurna base camp trek less popular in terms of EBC. Everest is the highest mountain and is also very popular as well as well recognized among people.

The Everest expeditions are more popular than Annapurna which makes the Everest base camp trek more popular than the Annapurna base camp trek. As we all know that Eveerst is also the home of Sherpa and other many 8000 m mountains.

Answer: The word Annapurna means full of grains. Anna means grains and Purna means full of everything. Like the name, the Annapurna is full of everything. It is so rich in Himalayan as well as nature. This Annapurna is also so rich in culture that makes the Annapurna base camp trek busy and popular.

Answer: Poon Hill is the viewpoint for all the mountains as well as villages. We can able to see many more mountains which we cannot see from the Annapurna base camp. For seeing many mountains Annapurna base camp trekking is combined with Ghorepani Poon hill.

We will be able to see Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Tukucha Peak, and many more mountains from poon hill than Annapurna base camp. Not only this, but Poon Hill also used to acclimatize before going staring at Annapurna base camp. This avoids altitude sickness and unsuccessful treks.

Answer: In terms of Mountains it is definitively the Annapurna base camp the best spot. We can see many mountains very close to the base camp. In terms of villages and greenery, there are other many viewpoints such as Poon Hill and Gurung Hill that top the list.

Villages like Tadapani and Chhomrong also have a good and close view of mountains like Annapurna South, Hiaunchuli, and Fishtail. The Base camp is the highlight of Annapurna base camp trekking.

Answer: Like in the Everest base camp trek there are no such kinds of luxury lodges available in the Annapurna area. The Annapurna base camp luxury trek right now is not worth selling because of not much difference in accommodations.

Other than the room can be separated by service whether luxury or basic but the accommodation is always important while trekking. We need to have accommodations booked earlier for Annapurna base camp trekking. The capacity of lodges in base camp is way less than the people visit which makes the accommodation very basic.

Answer: Annapurna base camp trek is also one of the best trekking where we can experience the snow and rain. We need to be careful while doing the trek. We need to take some good types of equipment such as hiking boots, Rain jackets, Sleeping bags and many more.

You can buy the types of equipment online or in the Kathmandu store or Pokhara store. To check what kinds of equipment need for the trek, you can visit the blog about the Packing list.

Answer: Yes we can book through Annapurna base camp trek contact number details which are on one of our blogs. We can contact most of the teahouses to book earlier. In some places the overflow of people so they give room to those people who reached earlier.

At that time we will send our sherpa earlier so that he can take room before we reached. We can also start walking earlier so that we will reach the place on time.

Answer: While trekking to Annapurna base camp, we need to know about many things such as weather, teahouses, food, and many other things. All these things will help you to trek easily if you will have knowledge about that.

So, we have a blog about the things to know before the Annapurna base camp trek. This blog will be really useful for anyone who is making a plan to do ABC.

Answer: Yes, snowfall occurs in Annapurna base camp Trek. During the winter months of December, January, and February we will have snow in the Annapurna base camp, Machhapuchere base camp, Deurali, Poon Hill, Ghorepani, and some other parts.

The Annapurna base camp trek is also known for its Harsh and unpredictable weather conditions. It is due to the elevations. While snowfall can enhance the beauty of the scenery, it can also make the journey more difficult and dangerous. So while doing this trek it is important to be prepared well.

Most of the time the weather forecast goes wrong but you can check it carefully before you start so it will keep you safe and make your trip memorable.

Answer: Climbing Annapurna I is considered difficult and dangerous even for experienced climbers. It is the world’s tenth-highest mountain standing at over 8,000 meters. The frequent avalanches, inclement weather makes this climbing dangerous.

During an emergency, it is difficult to do rescue for emergency due to remote locations. We need to have proper training and appropriate equipment before you go.

Answer: Trek easiness and hardness depend upon the physical fitness and determination of the trek. As per the professional trekkers, the Annapurna base camp trek is considered a moderate trek which means anyone can do the trek with good health and fitness. I did this trek with 9 years old boy from Bangladesh.

Answer: In terms of total distance, terrain, and altitude Everest base camp trek is harder than doing Annapurna base camp trek.

Answer: Yes, the Annapurna base camp trek is safe in terms of theft and assault. However, when it comes to the trek route, you have to be extra careful if you are a beginner. Magic Himalaya treks always recommend trekking with a guide or a porter for a comfortable and safe journey.

Now, the Nepal government banned entering the park without a guide or porter.

Answer: Annapurna base camp is so popular due to the lap of the tenth highest mountain in the world which offers breathtaking panoramas of the western Himalayas. It is also popular due to its adventurous, beautiful, and enriched flora and fauna.

Answer: Both Annapurna and Everest have their own charm and beauty. We cannot compare and say which one is better as it will be unfair. Annapurna base camp trek offers stunning views of the western Himalayan Mountains, the rich cultural heritage of Magars and Gurungs as well as a range of landscapes.

Whereas the Everest base camp trek offers the lifestyle of Sherpa people, views of MT. Everest and trekking experience in the stunning Khumbu region.

Answer: The Annapurna base camp trek route covers 115 Km of distance from the starting to the ending point f the trek. The Magic Himalayan trek itinerary has 10 to 12 km of walking each day. There are also numerous ups & downs as well as a rugged path on this 115 km walk.

Answer: As per the Magic Himalaya treks itinerary, it takes around 14 days’ time to complete the trek. The itinerary also includes your arrival and departure from Kathmandu. If you count from Pokhara we can reach it in 7 to 9 days’ time.

Answer: We can get the permits for the Annapurna base camp trek on the Nepal tourism board in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Along with permits we also need to take a TIMS card for the trek.

Answer: Annapurna base camp trek is definitely an easy and shorter trek in comparison to the Makalu base camp trek.

Answer: Kanchenjunga base camp trek is harder in comparison with the Annapurna base camp. The Kanchenjunga base camp trek is also longer and needs many days to complete.


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