Rapid Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  • Trip Duration:
    11 Days
  • Trip Code:
    ADR
  • Trip Grade:
    Moderate
  • No. of Pax:
    2 - 16
  • From
    $ 800/person

Overview

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Rapid is a picturesque walking journey that takes to the foothills of the Annapurna South. It is also popularly called Annapurna Sanctuary Trekking. Trekking to Annapurna Base is highly recommended for those who love to explore the rich cultural diversities, typical Nepalese villages, enjoy the flora and fauna and enjoy the panoramic view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range.

The extraordinary variety of ecosystems is compressed into two weeks of Annapurna Base Camp trekking. The Annapurna south-facing slope of the base camp is covered with dense of the tropical jungle of rhododendron and bamboo. On the other hand, the alpine region above 3000 m in the north offers a dry rain shadow area with a colder climate similar to the Tibetan plateau.

What makes this trek very interesting

One of the best adventure treks in Nepal, Breathtaking mountain scenery, Dramatic sunrise view from Poonhill, Natural gorge and waterfalls, Great cultural diversity in the mid-hill region, Opportunity to explore flora and fauna.

Itinerary:

This itinerary is a guideline pattern which we offer for Trek of this type. But, unforeseen events such as mountain weather, local politics, transportation etc, is beyond Trek Himalayan’s control could be resulted in a change of program. It is very unlikely to have such circumstances occurs but our effort is to minimize its effect, however Trek Himalayan is not responsible for the result of delays or changes in our tour itinerary.

  • Arrive at the (TIA) Tribhuwan International Airport where you will be welcomed by Trek Himalayan representative and transferred to your hotel if you have booked Airport Pickup facility at the time of booking your trip. Otherwise our representative will meet you at the hotel. The rest of the afternoon is free until evening when you’ll enjoy a welcome drinks with your guide and introduce each other.

    Overnight in Kathmandu

    Hotel Accommodation (Kathmandu)
    Little Nepal Inn [or similar standard]
    This is an example of the hotel we may use in Kathmandu city. Your actual hotel will be specified when your booking is confirmed. Please check your email or booking confirmation.

  • Today our representative will work on all necessary permits.

  • After breakfast in hotel you will make an exciting journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara by road along the Trishuli River enjoying the wonderful view of hills and rural villages. Being a mountainous country, you will experience the drive over winding roads with a steep drop on one side. Of course, this will be done by dedicated Private Vehicle fully loaded with A/C.

    After 7 hours of drive you will reach Pokhara (also known as The Lake City of Nepal) where you will check in the hotel and stay at leisure. Overnight in hotel

  • After early breakfast at the hotel in Pokhara, we will drive to Siwai via Nayapul and Bhrethanti. This drive covers 37 Km on the blacktopped road and 14 Km on off-road to Sewi, a beautiful village of Gurung, one of the ethnic groups of people in Nepal. From Siwai we begin the trek along the Modi Khola and cross a small suspension bridge at New Bridge. After crossing the suspension bridge we begin ascent uphill for one hour through a thick forest until we reach Somrong where we find another suspension bridge called Kadoorie Bridge. It is 287 m long and considers to be the longest bridge of the area. It takes 15 minutes to cross from one corner to other. After crossing the Kadoorie Bridge, we keep going until we reach Jhinu Danda where we take a rest and have lunch. After lunch, we continue our trek to Chhomrong village. It is a gateway to Annapurna Base Camp trek and inhabited by Gurung, one of the major ethnic groups of Nepal.

  • The trail to Himalaya is mostly uphill. We will walk through the forest which is spectacular. At Khuldighar we stop at ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area) check post to show the permits. A little further from ACAP check- post we will find a clearing in the forest. We follow the route very steeply down a rock bank, then levels out, passing through bamboo forest at the bottom of the gorge. We follow the trail keeping on the west side of the river and walk through bamboo and rhododendron forests to the Himalayan Hotel.

  • About one hour walk from Himalaya we will reach the site of a huge rock that forms the Hinku Cave, a favorite camping shelter and landmark for mountaineering expeditions, which is a pleasant place to rest. We follow the trail that gently ascends to the banks of the river Modi. After passing through Deurali and Machapuchare Base Camp we head to a sacred valley. No meat or fish is allowed in this area to comply with Buddhist and Hindu beliefs. We continue to pass bamboo trees, and if we are lucky, we may see Lophophorus bird, the national bird of Nepal on the way. After leaving all vegetation and trees behind, we enter a desert wilderness known as the Annapurna Sanctuary (Annapurna Base Camp) at the elevation of 4,130 m. This is the area of pristine natural beauty, surrounded by the glorious Annapurna Himalayas and glistening Annapurna glacier. Here, we find a few lodges where we spend the night

  • After an early wake up we will enjoy the wondrous sunrise views over the Annapurna Mountains. After breakfast we explore around Annapurna Base Camp and begin our descent, following our way down the west side of the Modi River to Bamboo. We pass Hinku Cave with its sacred shrine, and further down we pass Himalaya Hotel. We continue to descend into forests with an outcropping of rocky crags where we can still see the Annapurna Mountains. Our destination is towards the little village of Bamboo where we spend our night at the lodge.

  • Today we follow a muddy trail at first and a long series of stone steps. These stone steps are installed by the local Village Development Committee to help travelers on the route. These trails are the lifeline into the mountains. The local people travel these “highways” along with donkeys that bring goods in and out of the remote villages.We take our lunch at a high point at Sinuwa village located at the elevation of 2250 m. From here we will enjoy a great view of the Annapurna Mountains if weather permits… We continue on the trail to reach the Modi Khola then climb up a steep trail to Chhomrong. Our destination will be Jhinu Danda. Here, you can visit the natural hot springs to bathe in the relaxing warm waters. Stay overnight at a lodge.

  • Today is our last day of trekking. We make an easy descent to Siwai along the banks of the Modi Khola River and onto Nayapul. From Nayapul we take a private car for one and a half hour drive back to Pokhara. After getting back to Pokhara we will transfer you to the hotel.

  • After breakfast in the hotel, we leave the beautiful lake city of Pokhara and drive towards Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, check in hotel. If time permits and have interest you may do some shopping in Thamel. Overnight in Kathmandu

Trip Map:

Map

What is included

  • 3 Nights basic clean hotel in Kathmandu on BB (Bed & Breakfast) basis
  • 2 Nights basic clean hotel in Pokhara on BB (Bed & Breakfast) basis
  • Transportation: Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu (Tourist Bus)
  • Trek Start/End Point Transfer: Local Jeep (Reserved)
  • ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit Fee
  • TIMS (Trekker’s Information Management System) Fee
  • Accommodation in Basic, Clean Lodge on twin sharing basis during the trek
  • English speaking certified trekking guide, reliable porter
  • Clients are allowed to carry only 15 kg personal luggage on trek
  • One duffle bag for each member (complimentary)

What is Excluded

  • International airfare
  • International Airport Pickup/Drop
  • Nepal Entry Visa
  • Single supplement during entire trip
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) on trek.
  • Hot shower or bucket of hot water
  • Camera/cell phone battery charge while on trek
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Excess baggage charge on the domestic flight if exceeds 15 kg
  • Tipping is expected for field staff
  • All expenses incurred in the event of early arrival, late departure (early return from mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • If the main highway between Kathmandu and Pokhara or trekking route is blocked by a landslide or any natural calamity during the trip, in such a situation the extra cost for food and accommodation has to be borne by the clients.
  • Rescue: All our clients must have travel insurance that covers urgent emergency medical/ evacuation from mountain locations to Kathmandu.
  • Any other services not specified in the ‘Cost includes

Rapid Annapurna Base Camp Trek 2024/2025 Cost and Departure Dates

Trip Code
Arrival Date
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Status
Price
ADR140924
Sep 14, 2024
Sep 25, 2024
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$ 800/ person
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$ 800/ person
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Sep 28, 2024
Oct 09, 2024
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$ 800/ person
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Oct 12, 2024
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$ 800/ person
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Oct 19, 2024
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$ 800/ person
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Oct 26, 2024
Nov 06, 2024
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$ 800/ person
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Nov 02, 2024
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$ 800/ person
ADR91124
Nov 09, 2024
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$ 800/ person
ADR161124
Nov 16, 2024
Nov 27, 2024
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$ 800/ person
ADR231124
Nov 23, 2024
Dec 04, 2024
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$ 800/ person
ADR71224
Dec 07, 2024
Dec 18, 2024
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$ 800/ person
ADR190424
Apr 19, 2025
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$ 800/ person
ADR260424
Apr 26, 2025
May 07, 2025
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$ 800/ person
ADR30524
May 03, 2025
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$ 800/ person
ADR100524
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$ 800/ person
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$ 800/ person
ADR240524
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$ 800/ person

Nitty Gritty

  • Trekking Region: Annapurna, Nepal
  • Trip Duration: 11 Days
  • Total Trekking days: 05 Days
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu: 3 Nights
  • Hotel Accommodation in Pokhara: 2 Nights
  • Trips Starts / Ends: Kathmandu
  • Activities: Trekking
  • Mode of Transportation: Car/Jeep/Bus as per group size
  • High Seasons: (Autumn)Oct – Nov- Dec & (Spring) Mar – Apr – May
  • Low Seasons: (Winter) Dec-Jan-Feb & (Monsoon) Jun-Jul-Aug
  • Accommodation: Basic Clean Hotels in Kathmandu/Pokhara & Basic Clean Lodges (tea-houses) on trek
  • Type of Trip: Private/ Fixed Group Departures
  • Service available: Basic Standard
  • Trek grade: Moderate to Challenging
  • No. of Pax: 2 & above
  • Meals during trip: Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Maximum elevation: 4130 m. /13550 ft.
  • Walking hours:7-8 hrs a day (approx.)
  • Staff: Elglish speaking local guide
  • Porter Guidlines: Each porter carries only 30 Kgs. as per IPPG guidelines.

General Information

  • Nepal Visa

    All visitors except the Indian nationals must hold passport and valid visa. Visa can be obtained at the Nepalese diplomatic missions and consulates abroad. Visa is also issued at the entry points. It can be extended at the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu. Children under 10 years need not pay any visa fee. People willing to get entry Visa at the airport or any of the land entry points are required to fill a visa form with passport photograph.
    * Tourist visa can be extended for a maximum period of 150 days in a single visa year (January – December).

    Pre-Trip Meeting

    On arrival in Kathmandu, our staff will meet you at the airport and transfer you to our pre-booked hotel. There won’t be any activity on this day. We will host a pre-trip meeting at the hotel lobby on the 2nd day of your itinerary in the evening. It will be an opportunity for you to meet your trekking guide and introduce each other. The guide will brief you about the trek and check your gear to ensure the smooth running of your trekking trip.

    Tea House Lodge Trek & Meals

    All accommodations will be on a twin sharing basis during the trek in family-run teahouse (lodge), with a large sociable central dining area and a cozy chimney burning fire. We recommend you to use your own sleeping bag. A typical lodge in Annapurna region offers muesli, porridges, Pancakes, bread with jam or eggs, fried eggs on toast, tea/coffee in breakfast and in dinner Dal, Bhat, lentil soup and other cuisines.

    Bathroom facilities

    Most lodges offer hot showers and in the ones that don’t a bucket of water. In Annapurna, we find many western toilets and in some places there are usually just the Asian squat type toilets.

    Small Groups

    Small groups provide a more intimate atmosphere allowing you to get to know your Sherpa guides better and to develop lifelong friendships. Therefore, the maximum group size for this trek is 16 people. The minimum is 2 people.

    Trek Guide and Crew

    All our trek leaders and crew come from different parts of Nepal with diverse cultural and religious backgrounds, but we all share our valuable experience, accept each other beliefs and work together to give our clients the best experience in Nepal. Whatever the ethnical background they belong to, differ in sex or age all members of our team work together as a family that makes us what we are.

    A Typical Trekking Day

    At 6.30 am your guide knocks on your door and greets with a cup of tea. Then it’s time to have breakfast, tight up your bag pack and head off for today’s trekking for the next three to four hours then stop for an hour at pleasant spot along the way for a well-prepared hot lunch. Afterward, walk another three hours or so, before you stop for the overnight. The evening can be spent reading or chatting with your fellow hikers or trekking crew about the trip of the day. Pack of games can be an asset to these nights; your trekking crew love teaching various Nepali card games and learning new Western games. Eventually, it’s time to bed for a well-deserved night.

    Climate

    The climate in the Annapurna region varies from subtropical to alpine. The southern slopes of the area has the highest rainfall rate in the country- 3000mm per year, whereas the northern slopes lying in the rain shadow has the lowest rate – less than 300mm per year. The difference in the climatic conditions in this region is responsible for its varied flora and fauna.
    Post Monsoon/autumn: Mid-September to November
    This is the main trekking season in Nepal. While trekking in mountains weather will be sunny and mild with clear mountain views. Nights will be colder with temperatures dropping as low as to negative 8o C (7.6o F) at the highest altitudes.
    Winter: December to end February
    Even it is cooler conditions this is an ideal time to trek in Nepal. Skies are usually very clear especially in December and the mountain views are at their best. Nights will be very cold with temperatures down to negative 10o C (14oF) to negative 17o C (1.4oF) at the highest altitudes but days are pleasant and sunny. The trails are also much less busy at this time of year
    Pre-monsoon/spring: March to May
    Both day and night temperatures will be warmer in general but cloudiness will be occurred up in the afternoons. Seasonal flowers bloom in this season and this is one of the reasons people chose to trek in spring.

    Flora in the Annapurna region

    The southern subtropical lowlands are enriched with lush subtropical forests consisting of chirpine and alder and in the northern highlands temperate forests of oaks, rhododendron, fir, and blue pine. The wet regions yield a variety of bamboo species. The higher altitude further North give rise to forests of birch, blue pine and juniper trees, which are replaced by juniper and rhododendron in the far North. In the semi-desert rain shadow region, behind the Himalayas, bushes of caragana and juniper species are found.

    Fauna in the Annapurna region

    This region is rich with several species of wildlife. There are around four hundred and seventy-four species of birds, and around a hundred species of mammals. The region serves as an excellent habitat for rare and endangered mammals like the snow leopard, musk deer, blue sheep, red panda and many of Nepal’s brilliantly plumaged pheasants

    Possible views of Mountains during the trek

    Annapurna (8091m) Nilgiri(6940m), Tilicho peak(7134m) Dhulagiri (8167m),Manaslu (8156m), Lamjung Himal (6983m),Machhapuchhare(6993m), Tukuche peak (6920m),

    Safety

    We strongly recommend the use of a neck wallet or money belt while travelling for the safe keeping of your passport, air tickets, cash and other valuable items. Leave your valuable jewelry at home – you don’t need it while travelling. Many of hotels in Nepal have safety deposit boxes, which is the most secure way of storing your valuables. A lock is recommended for securing your luggage

    Different ethnic communities in the Region

    The Gurungs form the largest group in the Annapurna region. They come from Tibeto – Burman stock. Some Gurungs follow Buddhism and others Hinduism. They dwell the higher northern slopes of the Annapurna, Lamjung,Chuli and hills around Ganesh Himal. A large number of Gurung youths serve in the British and Indian armies. The low part of the Annapurna region is largely populated by Chettris and Bahuns (Brahmins). The Magars inhabit the lower trail between Baglung and Dana. They live high on the steep ridges along the tributaries of the Kali Gandaki.
    Another ethnic group of this region is the Thakalis. Known throughout the country as accomplished hoteliers and skilled traders, they are noted for their aggressive trading spirit. The Jomsom trek passes through Thak Khola, the Thakali homeland.
    In the valley of the Muktinath live the Baragaun Bhotiya. Their lifestyle is similar to that of the Tibetans. Another group of people who share a close affinity to the Tibetans are the Lopa people of Mustang, north of Kagbeni. Some of them practice the ancient pre-Buddhist religion of Bon which is infused with animistic and shamanic belief and ritual. The people living in the upper Marshyandi valley are generally known as Mananges. The Nyeshang area, under which fall the villages of Manang, Braga and Ngawal. The people are of Tibetan origin. But their language Nyeshang is not a Tibetan dialect. This area is popularly known by the name of its largest village Manang.

    INSURANCE

    Before joining a tour, we recommend you to take out a travel insurance which should cover cancellation, medical expenses, helicopter evacuation and emergency repatriation. Please send us the following details such as your full name, policy number and the insurance company’s 24 hour emergency contact number prior to departure. We also strongly recommend that your policy must cover personal liability, flight/trip cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.

    Rescue/ Evacuations

    Though we hope for the best trip, you sometimes might be in need of rescue or evacuation in case of a serious sickness or a personal prolonged health issue. During such emergency you will be rescued by a helicopter. You are entirely liable for all the expenses incurred in evacuation services. We request you to make sure when you purchase insurance from your country that your policy must cover these expenses or you should remain prepared to pay or sign on Helicopter Evacuation Form before you get on the Helicopter.

    Overland Transportation Delay or Halt

    If the main highway between Kathmandu, Pokhara or Beshisahar is blocked by a landslide or any natural calamity during the transfer, in such a situation the extra cost for food and accommodation has to be borne by the clients.

    High Altitude Sickness

    Altitude sickness, also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) which can turn if not treated upon recognizing the symptoms. AMS is the effect of altitude on those who ascend too rapidly to elevations of 3,000m or above. Early mountain sickness results in headache, loss of appetite and sleepiness. One can encounter such sickness no matter she/he looks physically young, strong and fit. Medicine itself can be on substitute unless patients suffering from such sickness are immediately rushed downhill.

    Porter Welfare

    Many trekking porters come from villages. They live hard and frugal lives and work to carry heavy loads using the traditional ‘doko’ (the bamboo latis basket supported from the forehead). Heights up to 3,500m are part of everyday life and they resist wearing what they consider to be unnecessary personal equipment.
    Above that altitude, Trek Himalayan urges them the use of kit suited to the varying levels of more extreme conditions. It’s an incredible job that they do and we really appreciate their working nature and try to reward accordingly.

    Equipment List:

    Here are some recommended Equipment’s List for trekking in Everest region

    Camera (With extra memory cards and batteries)
    Cash, credit and debit cards
    Day pack (Used for daily excursions)
    First-aid kit (should contain lip balm with sunscreen, sunscreen, whistle, Aspirin, Ibuprofen, band aids/plasters, tape, anti-histamines, antibacterial gel/wipes, antiseptic cream, Imodium or similar tablets for mild cases of diarrhea, extra prescription drugs you may be taking)
    Flashlight/torch (Headlamps are ideal)
    Fleece top/sweater
    Sleeping Bag
    Footwear Hat
    Locks for bags
    Long pants/jeans
    Money belt
    Outlet adapter
    Personal entertainment (Reading and writing materials, cell phone, etc.)
    Reusable water bottle
    Shirts/t-shirts
    Sleepwear
    Small travel towel
    Sunglasses
    Toiletries (Preferably biodegradable)
    Watch and alarm clock
    Waterproof backpack cover
    Windproof rain jacket
    Down Jacket
    Note: It is possible to buy or rent the above gear in Kathmandu

    Cultural Tips to Annapurna Region

    Shoes are generally removed when entering into a home. Keep the shoe soles facing the round when you leave them at the door and do not place them on top of others.
    Do not share drink or food from your plate with others. Once your lips or the utensils you are eating with are in contact with the food/drink it becomes “impure” for others.
    If you are eating in Nepali style with your hand, only use the right hand.
    While traveling dress appropriately. Women should especially avoid dressing in skimpy outfits.
    Seek permission first before entering a Hindu Temple. Many Hindu Temples do not allow westerners to enter
    Walking around temples or Stupas is traditionally done clockwise.
    Public display of affection between man and woman are frowned upon. Do not do something that is totally alien to Nepalese environment
    Don’t litter local springs as it is believed that this will anger the water god
    Don’t put dirty items and food scraps such as meat in fire hearths, as it is believed that offensive odors from such pollution angers the local mountain gods.
    Always make a small contribution to any temple or monastery that you visit. This is a time honored indigenous tradition.
    Ask permission to take photographs of people, and if you do extensive photography, it is polite to give the people a small gift.
    A Khata (white/yellow scarf) is used to welcome, bid farewell, and to show gratitude. It is traditional to put the scarf round men’s neck starting from the right hand and women from the left. Don’t put scarves around the neck of a lama simply offer it to his hand.
    Don’t give things to begging children, however, please do give as generously as possible to a begging monk or nun as this is a time honored religious tradition.
    The seat next to the fire hearth in a traditional Sherpa home is reserved for the main person of the family whether alive or death. Therefore, please do not sit there.

    Tipping

    (Local guide and porter) Tipping is a tradition in tourism in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. We highly suggest you to allow some tips at your own discretion.
    The Himalayan Porters

FAQ

  • Nepal is a land of ancient history, colorful cultures and multi- religions found nowhere else on the planet! There are many festivals and cultural events celebrated throughout the year in the various regions by different Nepalese ethnic groups who follow their own way of religious practice, lifestyle, language, culture, and tradition keeping peace and harmony in society.
  • Trekking can be organized for few days to few weeks long, depending on trekkers interest, strength and time frame. Walking could be twelve kilometers or just four kilometers a day and spend the night in the countryside lodge or camp.
  • Annapurna region is easily accessible by road and walking trails, hotels and lodges with food are available in plenty. One can choose many options to reach the region either by taking land transport directly from Kathmandu to Pokhara or flight or 4- wheel drive from Pokhara to Jomsom and Muktinath and overland journey to Beshishar to begin trekking and climbing.
  • Yes, at first, our staff will receive you at the airport and transfer to the hotel and our tour leader will brief regarding about the trip. The briefing will cover the itinerary and introduction of your trek guide and porters.
  • In Kathmandu, we can provide any category of hotels you want as per your interest and budget and during the trekking, we provide you Tea house (lodge). Tea Houses are more like hotels, with hot showers, western food, and private rooms (twin sharing). In our trekking trip we make overnight stay at tea-houses with dinner and breakfast and lunches in local restaurants en-route. Furthermore as you will be staying in locally owned lodges you will be benefiting and interacting with the local community. It will give you a true feel for the Nepalese people and their lives.
  • You have to choose from the menu and pay by yourself. Freshly cooked food is served in tea house (lodge). Generally, western, continental and Nepali meals are available in all places.
  • It is not necessary; you have to join with group. Please follow our group departure date because we organize private trip departures everyday upon client’s request and requirements. You can move at your own pace and set your own schedule by not being in group.
  • Yes, in most of the places, you can charge batteries along the trek (it may cost you extra at some of the lodge/tea-house).
  • This trek can be extended and there are many options and choices to extend your holiday before or after your trip. Few suggestion of the trips are listed below, prices are varies based on your style of choices. Optional Programs: Chitwan Jungle Safari, River Rafting, Bungee Jump
  • Yes, at first, our staff will receive you at the airport and transfer to the hotel and our tour leader will brief regarding about the trip. The briefing will cover the itinerary and introduction of your trek guide and porters.
  • I can have during the trip? In Kathmandu, we can provide any category of hotels you want as per your interest and budget and during the trekking, we provide you Tea house (lodge). Tea Houses are more like hotels, with hot showers, western food, and private rooms (twin sharing). In our trekking trip we make overnight stay at teahouses with dinner and breakfast and lunches in local restaurants en-route. Furthermore as you will be staying in locally owned lodges you will be benefiting and interacting with the local community. It will give you a true feel for the Nepalese people and their lives.
  • You have to choose from the menu and pay by yourself. Freshly cooked food is served in tea house (lodge). Generally, western, continental and Nepali meals are available in all places.
  • It is not necessary; you have to join with group. Please follow our group departure date because we organize private trip departures everyday upon client’s request and requirements. You can move at your own pace and set your own schedule by not being in group.
  • Yes, in most of the places, you can charge batteries along the trek (it may cost you extra at some of the lodge/teahouse).
  • This trek can be extended and there are many options and choices to extend your holiday before or after your trip. Few suggestion of the trips are listed below, prices are varies based on your style of choices. Optional Programs:Chitwan Jungle Safari,River Rafting, Bungee Jump
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