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Trip Duration

11 Days

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Mar-Jun, Sep-Dec


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Overview of 11 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek

11 days Annapurna base camp trek relishes you to some of the serene destinations in Nepal that successfully engulf you to spectate the astounding beauty of nature, ranging from the diverse landscapes and soothing environment to the lap of the Annapurna Himalayan range.

Besides the bewildering natural beauties, you will be able to inspect the local people’s heartwarming warm reception, enroll yourself in the unique and delightful culture, traditions, language, and festivals, and taste the local authenticity of the Annapurna region trek in 2024 and 2025.

Annapurna base camp trek is one of the alluring specialties and one of the precious gems of the Annapurna region with exhilarating specialties that provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to behold the magical aura of Nepal and its diverse significances.

The Annapurna base camp is surrounded by towering ice-capped peaks, including the Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and the Gangapurna. It will reward you with jaw-dropping views of other mountains, such as Macchapucchre, Mt. Nilgiri, Tukuche Peak, Dhaulagiri, and many more, which will awe-inspire you with their eye-soothing views.

The views from the base camp are truly spectacular and are a fitting honor for all the uphill battles of the trek. This mind-staggering and adrenaline-rush-generating base camp is located in the Annapurna mountain range in the beautiful Himalayas of Nepal.

Specifically, the Annapurna base camp is located in the Gandaki zone of Nepal, northwest of Pokhara, a popular starting point for the different walks to the base camp.

Gandaki zone is one of the 14 administrative zones of Nepal. However, provincial state systems have been implemented in Nepal. Therefore, the Annapurna Circuit Trek falls under Province No.4, named the Gandaki province with headquarters in Pokhara.

The Annapurna circuit trek is regarded as one of those treks that you will not regret experiencing. You will be astounded by the numerous phenomenal sights along the way, including the lovely rhododendron forests, picturesque villages, and terraced fields offering incredible, thrilling views.

Magnificent ABC Trekking

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is conventional for its imposing, splendid natural scenery and mountainous terrain. You trek through various landscapes, ranging from lush rhododendron woods to rocky stature mountains.

The trek meanders past old Gurung villages, by terraced farms, and over shimmering rivers on swing bridges. The vistas of the neighboring peaks get one step ahead as you get higher.

The towering Annapurna range, which includes Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Hiunchuli, Gangapurna, Annapurna South, and Annapurna I, is a never-ending source of astonishment and inspiration.

By its very nature, the Annapurna base camp is surrounded by mighty peaks, providing a breathtaking view. Watching the sunrise above the eminence in the early morning is an excellent highlight of the trek.

The apex is illuminated by a golden light as the sun rises, making for an outstanding sight. The vistas at sunset are incredibly sensational, with the peaks taking on a reddish tinge as the sun sets.

The trek over and above that provides the scope to encounter the distinctive civilization and generosity of the locals. The trekkers can engage with the local populations and discover more about their traditions and way of life.

The Annapurna circuit trek is an utterly splendid excursion that offers a window of opportunity to inspect some of the most wondrous alpine scenery on the sphere.

It is an encounter you will not fail to recall, owing to the harmony between the scenery and the ethnic inclusiveness.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost

The price of the Annapurna Base Camp trek varies depending on the season, the number of trekkers, and the preferences of our esteemed clients.

Always feel free to contact Boundless Adventures if you want to learn more about the price of the Annapurna base camp trek.

Trekking Package

Amidst the Annapurna base camp trekking package, set off on an exhilarating journey to explore the mighty Himalayas’ stunning magnificence. On your trek, you travel along peaceful settlements, verdant woods, and terraced farmlands before arriving at your ultimate haven: the base camp of the mighty Annapurna.

The dazzling city of Pokhara, also known as the “Gateway to the Himalayas,” is where your Experience commences. Down the road, you will go on a 7-10-day trek where the difficult terrain will test you, and the thrilling mountain beauty will revitalize you.

Anyone with a recognition of adventure who maintains a reasonable level of competence can complete this trek.

You will have the prospect of connecting with the welcoming locals as you trek through the quaint Gurung villages, getting to know them better and discovering more about their distinctive philosophy and household.

You will cross streams and overhead bridges and inspect many animals, including monkeys and birds. The voyage will be filled with breathtaking sights, difficulties, and sheer delight, making it an exceptional experience.

Perched at a height of 4,130 meters, the Annapurna Base Camp is ready to welcome and revitalize you. The stunning all-embracing views of the nearby peaks, notably Macchapucchre (Fishtail) and Hiunchuli, will be your reward for climbing.

Anyone who enjoys nature and adventure should travel here.

Your trek will be enjoyable and stress-free if you book a well-planned trekking package. You can concentrate on the escapade and fully immerse yourself in Nepal’s striking, spontaneous beauty and cultural diversity with the help of knowledgeable guides, cozy lodgings, and all the necessary equipment provided.
Reserve your Annapurna base camp trek Adventure package today and prepare for a fantastic adventure thrill!!

Welfares from the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

The Annapurna base camp trek is also called the Annapurna Sanctuary and the Annapurna South trek. These treks and terms are correspondingly synonyms to each other. The Annapurna Circuit, which is naturally positioned in a high alpine amphitheater surrounded by soaring peaks, is where the trek advances to a finish.

Tea house/ Lodge trek in the Annapurna Base Camp

The tea house/lodge trek is famous for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. This trek involves staying in local teahouses or lodges along the trekking route. Different teahouses and lodges will provide all the basic accommodations and amenities.

They will also provide you with all the services you expect per your preferences. Electricity will be available along the trek trails toward the Annapurna Base Camp for the first few days of the trek. You will get to charge your gadgets, and Wi-Fi and the facility’s hot showers will be available.

The Annapurna Circuit will accompany you with comfortable accommodation, and twin-sharing beds will primarily be facilitated along the tea house/ lodge trek.

As we move towards higher altitudes, solar electricity will be available; due to this, you may have to pay money to charge your gadgets and take a hot water shower.

Wi-Fi may or may not be available moving toward a higher altitude. Talking about the meals, you will have varied choices, and you can have your meal as per the menu and preference.

You can get authentic Nepali, Continental, Italian, and other cuisines. Tea house/ lodge trekking is comparatively more facilitated in the Annapurna region than other trekking trails in Nepal.

Mainly, food items such as Pizza and Spaghetti are famous and widely preferred by most tourists there. Other than that, you can dive into the tasty authentic Nepali cuisine, which includes Dal (Lentils), Bhat (Rice), and Tarkari (Vegetables). Other than this, a plethora of options is available.

You can make your tummy happy after walking continuously for several hours with the help of these meals. On a first-come, first-served basis, tea shops and lodges are located regularly throughout the trail. During busy times, it is advisable to make reservations in advance because spaces tend to go fast.

Overall, the Annapurna Base Camp tea house/lodge trek offers a convenient and pleasant way to learn about the local perspectives.


We have an 11-day itinerary from the International Airport to Annapurna Base Camp and back to Pokhara (We are not counting Day 1).

If you would like to go with seven days of trekking in Annapurna Base camp, which is also available, don’t hesitate to contact us during your holidays.



Day: 01 Arrive at Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel. 


15 m







Welcome to Nepal. A representative of Boundless Adventure will greet you at the international airport and transfer you to the hotel.

In a short time, we had a brief interaction session, completed the payment, and discussed the rest of the activities.

Overnight at the hotel. (Let us know what categories of Hotel you somewhat like)

Note: Local SIM cards and money exchanges are available at Nepal’s international airport.

Arrival board of Boundless Adventure
Arrival Logo

Day: 02 Tourist Bus drive to Pokhara


5 hours




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



Tourist Bus drive through the Prithvi Highway, a long and scenic drive exhibiting how greatly the terraced hillside settlements are alongside the River valley.

The road is often switched back, but a couple of stops at the restaurants offer you enough time to freshen and relax. It takes about 5 hours to reach Pokhara, transfer to the hotel, and check-in.

Alternatively, you can fly to Pokhara, which is about half an hour’s flight from Kathmandu. Overnight at the hotel.

Tourist Bus to Pokhara
Tourist Bus to Pokhara

Day: 03 Drive to Nayapul, Hike to Tikhedhunga


1.5 hours




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



Enjoy a delicious breakfast at Lakeside of Pokhara, and take a 1.5-hour drive to Nayapul, enjoying the variations of landscape and the Himalayas.

Even the hillside territories around Pokhara are popular tourist destinations. Reaching Nayapul, begin the trek and submit the trekking document at the Annapurna Conservation Area checkpoint at Birethanti.

Catching the left side trail, the trek smoothly leads us to Tikhedhunga via Hile. Take a rest in Tikhedhunga, or another option is to extend the trek to Ulleri overnight at the lodge.

Hile Tikhedhunga
Hile Tikhedhunga

Day: 04 Trek to Ghorepani


6 hours




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



Good morning in the countryside. Having breakfast, we packed our stuff and began the excursion. From Tikhedhunga, first, we cross a steel bridge and are energized to climb for almost an hour of steep.

Ulleri is a village with beautiful lodges located on this terraced hillside. Heading ahead, we reach Banthanti. If the belly demands, it’s the best point for having lunch with a beautiful glimpse of Mt.

Annapurna and Fishtail. The trail further is gradually uphill through the rhododendron forest. In autumn, the forest becomes exceptionally alluring.

The waterfalls, meadows, and isolated routes project the way where the wanderers love to roam around. Overnight at the Hotel in Ghorepani.

Ghorepani Trekking Hotel

Ghorepani Trekking Hotel


Day: 05 Trek to Tadapani


6 hours




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



Getting the first kiss of the sun’s rays over the gigantic peaks of Mount Annapurna and the Dhaulagiri range can be mind-blowing for you.

We get up early in the morning (around 4.30 am) and begin our hike to Poon Hill, through the steep steps, for about 40 minutes.

Placing the best spot, we witness the magnificent Himalayan scenery of Mount Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Fishtail, Manaslu, Himchuli, and the surrounding peaks in a panoramic shot.

One of the best remarkable moments along the Annapurna base camp trek via Poon Hill. Then, we climbed to Ghorepani, had breakfast, and embarked on the tour.

The trail is steep uphill and downhill; we grove to Deurali and head further to Banthanti for lunch. Then we walked through the plain terrain, and after a couple of steps, we reached our targeted overnight point at Tadapani, overnight at the lodge.

Poon Hill

Poon Hill


Day: 06 Trek to Chhomrong


4 hours




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



The view of Annapurna can be seen as stunning from Tadapani, too, in the morning. So, delightful view companies us for breakfast.

Packing the stuff, we march downhill through the rhododendron woods to Kimrong. Crossing the stream, we follow the track to Chhomrong, a renowned village populated by the typical Gurung ethnicity.

The great location and magnificent hospitality of Chhomrong do not allow our excited feet to move further and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Annapurna range and fishtail overnight at the lodge.

Chhomrong Hotel
Chhomrong Hotel

Day: 07 Trek to Himalaya hotel


6 hours


Himalaya Hotel


Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



Heading from Chhomrong after having breakfast, the excitement hints us back and forth with the picturesque scenery of the rugged countryside.

We crawl towards the ChhomrongKhola, cross it, and ascend to the Modi River valley via Sinuwa and Bamboo, our lunch stop today.

Now, the trail follows the River, frequently performing the game of hiding and seeking in the rhododendron woods and a dense forest of bamboo and oaks.

Passing a trailside canyon, we jump towards our destination today, which welcomes us with steaming meals and warm dining at Himalaya, overnight at the lodge.

Himalaya Hotel

Himalaya Hotel


Day: 08 Trek to Annapurna Base Camp


5 Hours


Annapurna Base Camp


Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



A massive day following the magnificent Himalayan route enlisted in the guidebook worldwide, we commence today’s trek from the Himalayas to our ultimate destination.

The soaring peaks stand on the forehead, and the cool breeze surrounds us with a freshening touch. We pass through the narrow gorge and woods and cross the Hinku Cave that straightly escorts to Deurali.

We cross the Machhapuchhre Base Camp to ABC (Annapurna Sanctuary), 3712m / 12178 feet.

We have lunch over here and continue towards ABC. The adventure experience hits our minds as the giant rocky boulders surround us.

While heading forward, we rest and catch our breath so the excursion becomes more adaptable. The sanctuary welcomes us with lodges and warm dining halls.

Besides, the beautiful sceneries of Fishtail, Annapurna Massifs, and several towering peaks greet us with salutation. Overnight at lodge/tea house in Annapurna Base Camp.

Annapurna Base Camp
Annapurna Base Camp

Day: 09 Trek to Bamboo


6 hours




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



All we leave at the Annapurna base camp is the memory of our footprints once we explore the breathtaking sunrise view over the snowy pinnacles.

Hundreds of trekkers take pictures with these fantastic Himalayas in the background daily.

Annapurna Base Camp is aptly called Annapurna Sanctuary, which we leave today after having breakfast.

The downhill trek is easy as it gets towards the lower altitude, but the trembling legs challenge you, which asks you to rest in a couple of places.

Including having lunch at the Deurali. However, we reach Bamboo for the final rest for today, overnight at the lodge.

Bamboo Lodge in Annapurna


Day: 10 Trek to Jhinu (Hot Spring)



Jhinu Danda


Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner



The downhill excursion continues after having breakfast at Bamboo. Some of the sections are steeply straightforward, and some are tolerating.

The trail is the same as we head to ABC to Chhomrung and have lunch there.

Then, we descend to JhinuDanda (Hill), an excellent location for an overnight stay.

Without delay, we kick off towards the natural hot spring, which soothes your tired muscles and offers you a relaxed and comfortable aura.

Trekkers often spend a couple of hours bathing in 32 degrees Celsius water. It is important to bring sandals, towels, shampoo, and undergarments with you so that you can change.

Then, we come back to Jhinu Danda overnight at the Hotel

Hot Spring in Jhinu

Hot Spring in Jhinu


Day: 11 Trek to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara.


1 hour




Breakfast and Lunch



Today is the final day of our trekking to Annapurna Base Camp via Poon Hill. After breakfast, trek down from Jhinu Danda (Hill), crossing one of the longest suspension bridges in the Annapurna region.

Walk along the right of the Modi Khola River; we don’t hurry as it’s a concluding part and reach the base point of Ghandruk, Siwa.

We continue to trek further to Nayapul, exploring the greenery of the forests and the hilly landscape. We check out from the ACAP checkpoint and drive to Pokhara for 1.5 hours. Overnight at the hotel.

Your trip ends up at Pokhara; the Crew will drive to Kathmandu. Let us know if you are going somewhere else or into Kathmandu.

Birethanti Village

Birethanti Village

What's Included?

  • Pick up from the international airports by private vehicle.
  • Three times meals during the Annapurna Base Camp Trek (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)
  • Necessary trekking permits (TIMS card and ACAP entry permits)
  • From Kathmandu-Pokhara by tourist bus
  • From Pokhara-Nayapul-Pokhara by private vehicle
  • From Nayapool to Pokhara by car (at the end of the trip)
  • A professional and experienced trekking guide
  • Salary for the guide  their insurance, food, accommodation, and transportation
  •  Trekking map for every client.
  • An iodine / Caroline purifies drinking water during trekking.
  • If required, a Sleeping Bag (Refundable)
  • Down Jacket (Refundable)
  • Government tax

What's Excluded?

  • Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Bar bills and stiff drinks during the trek.
  • Soft drinks during the trek.
  • Tips and donations.
  • We will provide porters on required only.

Essential Information - 11 days Annapurna Base Camp Route

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Difficulty

A saying is, “The supreme view transpires after the hardest climb.” You have to propel yourself comparatively more to accomplish and aspire to capture the beauty of the Annapurna base camp trek. Get engaged in the diversified range of charms it provides, make this Trek a lifetime memory, and embellish the eye-catching scenery.
Reflecting on the difficulty extent of the Annapurna base camp trek, it is considered moderate. It can be slightly demanding for those novice trekkers who don’t have previous trekking Experience. The Annapurna base camp trek is a high-altitude trek, and different consequences might arise. Some consequences are as follows;

1. Inclement climatic conditions:

It might incur one of the complexities during the Annapurna base camp trek. Inclement climatic conditions refer to the unforeseen and inflexible changes in the weather conditions that may result in divergent consequences such as avalanches and erosion, making it arduous to finish the Annapurna base camp trek.

2. Physical fitness of the trekker:

It is the next factor that escalates the arduous level of the Annapurna base camp trek. It won’t be easy if the trekker’s well-being is not admirable. Other situations include extreme body pain, fatigue, tiredness, and AMS resulting in HAPE or HACE. Hence, contrasting precautions must be applied when performing high-elevated walks without compromising the well-being of the trekker.

3. Altitude Sickness:

Altitude Sickness is the next prime difficulty incurred while doing the Annapurna Base Camp trek elevated at 4,130 meters. Since it is a high-altitude trek, there are optimal chances for altitude sickness. Altitude sickness occurs due to the shortage of oxygen as the altitude gradually stimulates. The indicators of altitude sickness are as follows:
• Blurry vision
• Nausea and dizziness
• Dehydration
• Fatigue
• Gradual decrease in appetite
• Gasping for breath
• Extreme headache
• Lack of motor and sensory function.

It is characterized as:

  • High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE): Excess fluid accumulation in the lungs.
  • High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE): Excess fluid accumulation in the brain. But despite the problems, there is no reason to worry. Even small children can be seen trekking to the Annapurna base camp with their families. Additionally, a little endurance and patience will enable you to complete the Annapurna base camp trek. The secret to a successful Annapurna base camp trek is patience.
  • Annapurna Base Camp Route Altitude

On the well-known Annapurna Base Camp trek in Nepal, hikers can reach the bottom of the Annapurna Mountain range. The journey starts from Nayapul and rises to the 4130-meter Annapurna Base Camp (13549 feet). The Trek weaves through various ecosystems, including dense forests, terraced fields, and rocky roads, and gives spectacular scenery of the highlands, including the well-known Machhapuchhre Base Camp (Fishtail) peak. As you gain altitude, the climb’s physical difficulties intensify since the air is thinner.

It’s essential to properly acclimate and pay attention to your body to avoid altitude sickness.
The Annapurna Base Camp trek can be completed in 10/12 days, depending on your speed. It is a modest yet worthwhile trek. The track is well-marked, and there are numerous tea establishments where you may refuel. You’ll visit charming villages, encounter many animals and flora, and enjoy breathtaking Himalayan views.

The landscape from the base camp is truly inspiring and a nice treat for your efforts. At the base camp, hikers can talk to and swap stories with travelers from other nations.
Overall, the Annapurna Base Camp trek mixes a physical challenge with cultural exploration and magnificent natural beauty to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s a journey that you’ll never forget.

Best time to explore the magnificent Annapurna Base Camp

The best time to visit Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) depends on personal preferences and the type of Experience you want. Here’s a summary of the different seasons and what to expect during each trekking season.

Spring Season (March to May):

Spring season is the most popular time to visit ABC due to clear skies, warm weather, and blooming rhododendron flowers. It is a good time for those who want to see the region’s stunning mountain views and scenic beauty.

i. Scenic Beauty:
Rhododendron blossoms often bloom in the spring, adding to the Himalayan Mountains’ already breathtaking landscape. For those who enjoy the beauty of nature, this time of year is a visual feast as the vivid hues of the flowers contrast with the peaks covered in snow.

ii. Trail Conditions of Annapurna Base Camp.

Trail conditions are suitable for trekking throughout the spring because they are typically dry and secure. A pleasant and comfortable trekking journey is also made possible by the consistent weather conditions. But, still, we have to be careful with avalanches along the way from Dovan to MBC.

iii. Crowds:
Since spring is the busiest travel season, you should anticipate more people on the trekking route and in the lodges. To guarantee a convenient and comfortable stay, making reservations for your accommodations in advance is crucial. Similarly, you can get a heater under the dining table to make you warmer even though many people are at every guest house.

iv. Weather
Springtime brings pleasant, bright weather with 10 to 20 degrees Celsius daytime highs. This time of year is excellent for photography because the clear sky provides sweeping mountain views. However, the nights can get chilly, so it’s vital to pack warm clothing with you.

Autumn Season (September to November):

Autumn Season is another popular time to visit the Annapurna Base Camp trek with clear skies and pleasant temperatures. The monsoon has just passed, making the path dry and safe to trek. The mountain views are also excellent throughout the season.

The autumn, the biggest well-liked season for visiting the Annapurna base camp trek, offers pleasant weather and stunning scenery. The time of the year is perfect for trekking because of the cozy temperature and clear airspace. Here is a thorough description of what to anticipate while visiting the Annapurna Base camp in the fall. This season will be full of trekkers along the way.

i. Weather: Autumn weather is pleasurable and bright, with daytime highs of 10 to 20 degrees Celsius. This time of the year is excellent for exploring the sights of the great Himalayan ranges owing to the bright sky that provides panoramic mountain views. However, considering that nights can get chilly, it is vital to wear thick clothing.

ii. Scenic Beauty: The Annapurna range is all its splendor thanks to bright skies and calm weather, making this a quintessential season for trekkers to see the beautiful peaks. Additionally, the trail is bordered by vibrant shrubs and trees, which results in a breathtaking autumnal scene.

iii. Trail conditions: The trekking trail conditions in the autumn seasons are often dry and safe, making the Annapurna base camp trek a great option. A pleasant and cozy trekking journey is also made possible by the consistent climate conditions.

iv. Crowds: The autumn season is a popular period for the Annapurna base camp trek, so we always book the hotel according to the size of the group in the Annapurna Base Camp Trek.  However, the crowds are typically smaller than in spring, making for a more tranquil hiking experience.

Benefits of trekking the Annapurna base camp in the Autumn and Spring seasons.

i.Clear Panorama: Clear skies make unobscured vistas of the peaks possible.
ii. Ice-bound scenery: New snowfall turns the surroundings into a paradise.
iii. Less crowded: Since it offers private and tranquil encounters.
iv: You will have greenery and waterfalls along the trekking trails.

Winter Season (December to February):

Winter in the Annapurna Base camp trek can be freezing, with temperatures dropping below freezing. Similarly, We do not suggest the Annapurna Trek during the winter season. Because the temperature is freezing and on the other hand, limited Hotels are open.

Limited hotel and alternatives at Base Camp

Due to the high season, some teahouses may be full earlier, leaving fewer options for dining and lodging.
It is significant to remember that compared to other seasons, the busiest season in the Annapurna base camp trek requires a higher level of fitness and preparedness.

It is advised to hire a guide, and he will book the hotel according to the situation of the trekking trail and other trekkers.

In conclusion, for those who are well prepared and seeking an excitingly complex trekking experience, the Annapurna base camp trek in Autumn and Spring is a unique and catchy adventure.

Summer Season (June to August):

The summer season falls from June to August. Trekking to the marvelous Annapurna base camp might be a little treacherous because monsoon season also overlaps with the summer due to different situations that might occur. Hence, it is not optimally suggested to trek ABC during the summer season.

Here is a thorough description of what to anticipate during the summer and monsoon season during the ABC trek of mystic Nepal.

i. Weather: The trail may become slick and challenging during Nepal’s monsoon season, marked by intense rainfall and strong winds. Trekkers should dress for damp and humid weather. Even though you are walking in the city, it would be best to have a raincoat and umbrella with you.

ii. Trail conditions: Trekkers may find the trail treacherous and muddy during the rainy season. It is advised to have the right equipment, such as waterproof clothing and supportive trekking footwear, to help you handle the challenging path conditions. We do not suggest you trek during the Monsoon in Nepal.

iii. Scenery: During the monsoon season, heavy rain changes the area into a lush, verdant paradise with waterfalls and streams. Trekkers can also view terraced rice paddies, which are especially beautiful during the monsoon. But I can’t see the Himalayas all the time.

iv. Flora and Fauna: Rhododendron forests and subtropical jungles are abundant during the Annapurna region’s monsoon season. Along with a diversity of animals, the area is also home to Himalayan Thar, Himalayan Black Bears, and Snow Leopards. Similarly, the Annapurna Base camp is covered by the Annapurna Conservation Area.

v. Accommodation: You will get accommodation as it is even though at the peak season to trek Annapurna Base Camp. We are suggesting you better have your guide and porter.

Annapurna Base Camp Route – Avalanche

Avalanches could be a risk when trekking to Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal. The trail’s path passes through high-altitude regions prone to avalanches, particularly in spring when ice and snow accumulation buildup is common.
To lessen the likelihood of an avalanche, it’s essential to trek in optimal conditions and to follow well-established trails. Every trekker should avoid high-risk areas with a chance of an avalanche or snowfall. They should also watch out for indicators of unstable snow, such as cracking or recent avalanches nearby.

Similarly, we will suggest the place of avalanches. In an avalanche, acting quickly and seeking professional aid is crucial.
Avalanche-prone locations on the Annapurna Base Camp trek are primarily found in the region before Deurali, a popular resting place for trekkers.

Trekkers should travel through the avalanche-prone area from Deurali early in the morning to reduce the likelihood of an avalanche. One of the ideal avalanche-prone zones is the area above the Dovan Hotel, which requires careful consideration. Deurali and Himalaya Hotels are considered high-risk avalanche zones when walking from Chhomrong.

Furthermore, because they are in avalanche-prone locations, you should carefully and safely walk the paths from Dovan to Machhapuchere Base Camp.

Trek to Annapurna Base Camp alone/ group:

One of the most profound treks in Annapurna Base Camp draws a mix of tourists, including groups and solo trekkers. A boundless adventure is equipped to handle both types of travelers and provide them with the best service in the Annapurna Conservation Area.

Similarly, to ensure a seamless and pleasurable walk, we organize everything for solo and group trekkers, including transportation, lodging, food,  permits, and guides. Our trained guides can answer any questions about the area and the culture. Additionally, they will see that everyone stays secure and fully appreciates the beautiful adventure to Annapurna Base Camp.

We provide flexible itineraries and support services to make the route as comfortable as possible for solo hikers. Our guides will arm you with all the knowledge you need to complete the walk, but they are always on hand to aid you if you require it. Additionally, we offer solitary trekkers a range of lodging choices, including neighborhood guesthouses and teahouses, to suit their needs.

In either scenario, citizens, we handle all the planning so you can concentrate on enjoying the walk. We may adjust the schedule to meet your needs and interests, whether you like to travel alone or in a group.

Contact Boundless Adventures right away to reserve your Annapurna Base Camp trek, enjoy the Himalayas’ serenity, and get ready to be in the lap of the majestic Mt. Annapurna.

Last-minute ABC trek package booking

Yes, last-minute reservations are accepted for the magnificent Annapurna Base Camp trek. Once in Nepal, you can inquire about the ABC trekking package. The trekking tour takes an 11-day expedition to ABC. So that you may discover all of its peculiarities, we provide you with breakfast, lunch, and dinner per the package. We can also supply additional meals based on your preferences for an additional fee.

Usually, Bookings for the ABC Trek and other treks are made three months before departure. But don’t worry—Boundless Adventures has you covered, so you don’t have to stress about making a last-minute reservation for an ABC trekking package.

Online Booking

You don’t need to harbor any worries about this subject. Boundless Adventures is a local trekking company. We are fully government-authorized and have years of proven Experience since 1992 AD.

Our trekking company is a recognized member of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN), the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), and other official government tourism organizations.
Consequently, you can book the packages at our Boundless Adventures with complete confidence and without any doubt. We have open communication lines with clients and guests. We never jeopardize their satisfaction. Contact the right person on WhatsApp at + 977 9851033819 now.

Trekking and Hiking guide during the Annapurna Base Camp Package

We are happy to offer the top guides in the industry as our Boundless Adventure expertise on trekking and hiking in the Annapurna region. Our team of qualified and experienced guides guarantees a safe and fun trekking trip. They know the region’s top routes and vantage points and thoroughly understand the topography.

Our trekking guides are dedicated to giving our customers outstanding service and are passionate about their work. Additionally, they are skilled in first aid, a guide, and emergency response, so you can have peace of mind during the Trek.
We are sure you will be pleased with our guides’ caliber of service and knowledge. They are the keystone of our company, and we are happy to have them on board.

Each tour guide has a valid trekking license, guaranteeing professionalism and safety. So you can rely on them to show off the Annapurna region’s natural beauty and cultural legacy while ensuring a safe and fun trekking experience.

Helpful Information about the Trekking

The Annapurna Base Camp trek is among Nepal’s most famous and well-praised due to its numerous and captivating specialties. We recognize the value of flexibility in planning a successful trek because we are the agency specializing in this area. We provide a flexible itinerary that will adjust to suit your unique requirements and tastes as a result.

We may work with you to develop an itinerary that suits your style, whether you prefer to take it more slowly or spend more time seeing the nearby communities. We can alter the trek programs to incorporate extra days for acclimatization, site trips, visits, and other things you may find interesting along the trekking trail.

We also provide various trekking options to accommodate all degrees of fitness and time constraints. We offer a range of treks for different skill levels, from easy to moderate to more complex.

Local Culture and Community 

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is in the Annapurna region, known for its thriving native culture. During the Trek, you will interact with a variety of ethnic communities. You can interact with various lovely Nepalese ethnic groups, including the Gurung, Magar, Chhetri, and Thakali.

However, every community has unique traditions and customs. During your hike to the Annapurna Base Camp, you can see people celebrating various festivals, including Dashain, Tihar, and Lhosar.

The Trek provides an opportunity to see rural Nepalese workers in action and learn about their cultural traditions, convictions, and values. The trekkers will also be able to participate in and view several local annual rituals, festivals, and ceremonies.

One of the best aspects of the hike to Annapurna Base Camp is the friendliness and kindness of the villagers. The trekkers are greeted with friendly smiles, traditional dances and songs, and local cuisine, showcasing the region’s rich and diverse cultural heritage.
The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a thorough cultural encounter that allows one to comprehend and value the local people and their culture.

Natural Experience 

Each year, tens of thousands of trekkers travel to Nepal to complete the Annapurna Base Camp trek, according to the reports of the Annapurna Conservation Area. The hike provides a unique diversity of breathtaking nature encounters.
One draw of the journey is the breathtaking mountain scenery. Along the way, there may be spectacular views of the Annapurna range, including Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna range from I to IV, Gangapurna, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), and Annapurna South.

The hikers are constantly reminded of the Himalayas’ majesty and beauty by the peaks that tower over them. The stunning alpine scenery serves as the Trek’s focal point and is sure to impact everyone who walks on it.
The varied landscapes that trekkers will see are another natural feature of the journey.

The journey showcases the region’s many landscapes as you pass through forests, rhododendron groves, terraced farms, and traditional villages. The area’s beauty will undoubtedly enthrall Trekkers as the changing landscapes provide a visual feast.

Trekkers may also encounter animals along the route, such as monkeys, Himalayan Tahr, and birds like the Himalayan Monal, Blood Pheasant, and many more. These sights allow interaction with nature and take in the region’s fantastic fauna, which gives the walk a new depth.

Finally, the Trek provides breathtaking sunrise and sunset views from various vantage points, creating priceless memories. The sunrise and sunset vistas highlight the hike and are sure to be one of Trek’s highlights, whether you are watching the sun rise over the mountains or set behind the peaks.

In conclusion, the Annapurna Base Camp walk is a journey through the natural world’s grandeur, providing an opportunity to interact with nature and take in the Himalayas’ splendor. The Annapurna Base Camp hike is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, whether for the breathtaking mountain views, varied landscapes, wildlife sightings, hot springs, cultural encounters, or sunrise and sunset views.

Hot springs along the way

Jhinu Danda is a stop on the way back from the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Where trekkers can unwind in the area’s natural hot springs. The hot springs are a well-liked stopping point for hikers since they offer a chance to relax and refuel after trekking.

The hot springs are in a charming area and encircled by breathtaking mountain scenery. The natural minerals in the water are thought to have medicinal powers, and the warm waters of the hot springs offer a soothing dip.

There are two extra pounds near the Modi Khola. Usually, it will take 20 minutes from your hotel in Jhinu Danda to get a hot spring. Both pounds are 32 degrees Celcius in hot water for a great bath.

Yes, there are changing places for both men and women. It would be best if you had sandals, shampoo,  and trawl with you. Also, if you want to enjoy cola and bears, you may take them from your hotel.

Chhomrong Villages

Beautiful Gurung village,  Chhomrong, is along the way to the Annapurna Base Camp area. It is a well-liked resting place for trekkers en route to the Annapurna Base Camp and is renowned for its breathtaking Himalayan views, traditional culture, and the friendliness of the locals.

At an elevation of 2,170 meters, Chhomrong provides a rare fusion of conventional legacy and natural beauty. The settlement is set against the stunning backdrop of the Annapurna range, towering in the distance and surrounded by terraced farms and lush forests.

Chhomrong is a complex but worthwhile destination to get to by foot, and the hamlet is a beautiful spot to stop, acclimate, and take in the native way of life. Explore the traditional dwellings, interact with the welcoming inhabitants, and savor delectable regional cuisine. Overall, anyone climbing to the Annapurna Base Camp should stop in Chhomrong.

Of course, It has fast speed internet and high voltage electric lights in every room. You can see the views of the Annapurna South, Himchuli, Fishtail, Gangapurna, and a small part of the Annapurna I.

Ghorepani Village

A picturesque and tranquil village called Ghorepani is in Nepal’s Annapurna area. It is a well-liked stopping point for trekkers on the Annapurna Base Camp trail and Poon Hill Trek. It is renowned for its breathtaking Himalayan views, traditional culture, and hospitable locals. At 2,840 meters, Ghorepani is surrounded by beautiful, tranquil villages and forests. The journey to Ghorepani is rewarding and takes travelers through stunning alpine scenery. It is just one day away from Pokhara.

Visitors can observe traditional homes, interact with the friendly inhabitants, and savor delectable regional fare. The sunrise vista from Poon Hill, which provides a sweeping perspective of the surrounding peaks, is one of the attractions of travel to Ghorepani.

Ghorepani is an essential stop for anyone looking for a distinctive fusion of natural beauty and cultural legacy. Similarly, The trekking trail leads you through Annapurna Circuit and Jomsom Muktinath Trek.

There are numerous different ethnic groups in Ghorepani. The Magars are a Nepalese ethnic group well-known for their rich cultural heritage and traditions, and they make up the majority of the population in Ghorepani. The Gurung, Tamang, and Chhetri ethnic groups are also in the area.

Visitors to Ghorepani will have the chance to witness a distinctive fusion of different cultures there because each of these tribes has its own unique cultures, languages, and customs. The region’s ethnic groups enrich tourists’ cultural Experiences and make Ghorepani a distinctive and exciting travel destination.

Packing List for ABC trek

When preparing for the Annapurna Base Camp trek, it is important to pack wisely to ensure a comfortable and safe journey. Do not miss out on your valuable clothes while heading to Annapurna Base Camp Trek.  Here is a comprehensive packing list for the Trek.
A. Clothing
i. Warm layers: Thermal underwear, fleece jacket, down jacket
ii. Hiking clothes: quick-drying pants and shirts, waterproof jacket and pants
iii. Headwear: hat, warm beanie, sun hat
iv. Footwear: sturdy hiking boots, lightweight socks, camp shoes
v. Gloves: warm gloves for the colder higher elevations

B. Personal items
i. Backpack: a comfortable and waterproof backpack to carry essentials
ii. Sleeping bag: a warm sleeping bag rated for -15 temperatures
iii. Headlamp: a reliable headlamp with extra batteries
iv. Sunglasses: to protect eyes from the sun and glare
v. Sunscreen: to protect skin from sunburn(35+)
vi. Lip balm: to protect lips from the dry mountain air

C. First aid and medical supplies
i. Basic first aid kit: bandages, gauze, pain relievers, etc.
ii. Altitude sickness medication: such as Tab- Diamox-250 gram.
iii. Personal medications: if you have any ongoing medical conditions
iv. Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Hand sanitizer, and wipes.

D. Miscellaneous items
i. Water bottle: to stay hydrated on the trail.
ii. Water purification tablets: to purify water from streams and rivers
iii. Trekking poles: to aid in balance and support on the trail
iv. Cash: to purchase food, drinks, and souvenirs along the way
v. Camera: to capture memories of the stunning mountain landscapes
This list is a general guide and may vary depending on personal preferences and the time of year. Packing light and only bringing essentials is important to minimize weight and make the Trek more comfortable.

Nepal Traveling visa

Regarding the Nepal traveling visas, every foreigner except Indian nationals requires a visa to travel to Nepal. It is not hard to get a Nepal visa. You can get an online visa from your own country. Also, you may get an on-arrival visa at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal. Visitors should have a passport with at least 6 months of validity and two passport-sized photos to apply for the visa.

We expect feedback after the Trek.

Boundless Adventures expects a lot of feedback and responses from our valuable clients. We believe in delivering the best experience to our clients. Your feedback is crucial in helping us achieve this goal. It lets us understand what we’re doing and where we can improve.

We appreciate your taking the time to share your thoughts and suggestions. Your satisfaction is our highest priority, and we are committed to continuously improving our services to meet your needs. Thank you for choosing us for your travel needs.

We will organize a farewell dinner on the last day of our travel. The farewell dinner will allow you to share gratitude and moments and listen to your feedback soundly.

In conclusion, trekking to Annapurna Base Camp during the rainy season might be an unusual and challenging experience. Still, it also allows hikers to explore the area in a new light, with lush flora, rushing streams, and breathtaking views of the Himalayas and waterfalls.

However, be ready for the adventure of the Annapurna Base Camp Trekking trail and conditions, and have the necessary supplies and equipment to aid them in navigating the slick and rainy terrain.

Route Map

Route Map

A map is provided to all the trekkers before starting the journey. The map provided by us for the Annapurna Base Camp is of 1:50 000 scale. It means every inch of the map equals 500,000 inches of actual land. The map represents the most accurate, updated, visually appealing, and mostly, it is easy to understand.

The map provided by us contains various signs and symbols, each description is at the LEGEND of the map. Symbol of ACAP boundary, highway, main road, secondary road, climbing route, main trekking route, main trail, minor trail, built-up area, cultivation, settlement, forest, grass areas, river, bridge, lake, sand, rock, glacier, peak, pass, monastery, cave, temple, helipad, campsite, check post, hotel, viewpoint are all the signs and symbols you can see display in the LEGEND of the map.

At the top of the right side, you see a compass rose, showcasing the direction of north, east, south, and west. The map also has features of INDEX. At the INDEX, you can see the names of the different places, passes, base camps, and peaks. To make trekkers more clear and understandable, the glossary is also provided on the map.

From Kathmandu (1400m) you’ll get to Pokhara (830m) to begin the Annapurna Base camp trek, either by drive or by flight. The approximate distance between Kathmandu and Pokagar is 200km. You’ll drive to Nayapul at an elevation of 1070m/ 35111ft from Pokhara, covering 40 km.

The trail to Annapurna Base Camp from trekking towards Tikhedhunga from Nayapul. Passing through the villages of Birethanti, Matathanti, Lamdawali, Sudame, and Hile, you’ll reach Tikhedhunga at 1520m/ 4986ft. The green line you can see on the map from the Birethanti indicates the ACAP border. The distance from Nayapul to Tikhedhunga is 5.9km.

The journey sets towards Ghorepani at an elevation of 2860m/ 9383 ft from Tikhedhunga. The trek from Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani involves passing through the villages of Ulleri, Ban Thanthi, Okhar Bot, and Nangge Thanthi. The distance between the two points from Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani is 12.9km. The trail goes to Tadapani at an altitude of 2675m/ 8776ft. The trek from Ghorepani to Tadapani includes passing the villages of Deurali, and Banthanti. You’ll cross Deurali pass(3210m) during the trek to Tadapani. Tadapani is approximately 10-12 km away from Ghorepani.

Chhomrong at 2170/7119ft is your next stop after Tadapani. Upon reaching Chhomrong, you’ll pass through the villages of Chuile, Ghurnung, and Taulung village. Along the way, you’ll pass a suspension bridge and cover a distance of 7.6km. Ascending from Chhomrong, you’ll pass through the villages of Sinuwa, Kuldhigar, Bamboo, Doban, and the stop point, Himalaya at an elevation of 2920m/ 9880 ft. The distance from Chhomrong to the Himalayas is approximately 8-9 km.

From the Himalayas, you’ll move toward the most awaited destination, Annapurna Base Camp at an elevation of 4130m/ 13549ft. Before reaching to Base camp of Annapurna, you’ll pass beautiful areas of Hinku Cave, Deurali, Bagar, and Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The distance takes 9.1km to reach Annapurna Base Camp from the Himalayas.

As you reach your ultimate destination, you’ll start your return journey. From Annapurna Base Camp you’ll return to Bmaboo at an elevation of 2310m/ 7578ft with the same trail taken to reach ABC. The distance from Annapurna Base Camp to bamboo is 10km.

From Bamboo, you’ll ascend to Jhinu Danda, located at an altitude of 1780m/ 5840ft. Kuldhigar, Sinuwa, Chhomrong, and Taulung are the villages you’ll pass through upon reaching Jhinu Danda. The distance taken to reach Jhinu Danda from Bamboo is approximately 7km.

The final trail on the Annapurna Base Camp goes toward Pothana, situated at 1950m/ 6397ft. Taking the route through New Bridge, Himalpani, Bhirkuna, Landruk, Tokla, Bhedi Kharka, and Bhichok Deurali, you’ll get to your day’s destination. The distance covered during the trail from Jhinu Danda to Pothana is 15km.

Taking a scenic drive from Pothana you’ll get to Pokhara. The distance from Pothana to Pokhara is 20km. From Pokhara, either by taking ground transportation or by taking an airway you’ll get to Kathmandu and return to your own country.

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Most Asked Questions by Travellers

Annapurna Base Camp trekking is in northwestern Nepal, surrounded by the Annapurna Conservation Area Project at 4130 meters altitude.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a moderate adventure that guides you through the geographically diverse landscape from 750 meters (Pokhara) to 4130 meters (ABC).

The usual itinerary suggests 09 days of trekking in the mountain.

Others are arrival, departure, drive/flight back and forth to Pokhara, and sightseeing. In total, it will be at least 15 days.

Thousands of trekkers fulfill their adventure thirst with Annapurna Base Camp Trekking every year.

There are menus with variations in food items. Trekkers will get typical Nepali food items from the Indian, Chinese, and Continental.

There are also variations in accommodation style in Annapurna Base Camp Trekking.

From the basic lodge to the mountain five-star hotel. But almost all the clubs are neat and got a warm dining hall.

Of course. You will get mineral water in the first part of Annapurna. But it would help if you bought it on your own. Besides you can also use the water purifier drop and drink it from nature.

In most of the places, yes. But you need to pay extra to use the Wi-Fi service. Sometimes, it may get interrupted due to the bad weather.

You can charge your mobile phone and laptop during trekking in lodges and hotels. But you may have to pay extra for that.

The best suitable seasons for the Annapurna base camp trek are spring and autumn for the best views and wonderful weather.

You will need to walk approximately 5 hours a day on average. But it depends on your walking.

You need two types of permits for the ABC Trek. TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card and Annapurna Conservation Area Project entry permit.

Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) is the highest point of this trek, surrounded by giant Himalayan boulders.

Absolutely. There should not be any hesitation about it. People are so friendly here.

There are ATM facilities at the starting point (Nayapul) and Pokhara. You can’t use the ATM service during trekking.

Yes, of course. We do arrange solo trekking. But solo trekking does not get a porter unless paid separately.

We will give you the trekking map after you arrive at the hotel from the international airport that depicts the height and details.

Yes, we do. We accept these cards, but, Every Nepali bank charges you 4% extra on the total cost you will pay by card.

Sure. You can pay in advance through the online payment system or wire transfer to our bank account.

We manage all the required permits and paperwork. You get a TIMS card and Annapurna Conservation Area Project entry permit from Kathmandu, and we proceed to obtain them from your documents.

TIMS card helps with information about trekking and safety, along with the rescue of the guide and porters. Permits are necessary to enter the national park and conservation area.

Annapurna Base Camp (4130 meters) is the highest elevation you sleep in. This is the ultimate point of trekking.

Altitude sickness is comparatively rare in ABC Trek, but in wintertime, it might happen. Our guide recommends meals and drinks to increase the adaptation to the high altitude.

On average, porters carry 15-25 kg every day.

Yes, Local guides speak English. Even if you need another language-specific guide, we manage them too.

It is better to book the trek quite early for the best trip arrangement. At least a month earlier.

So that, we can manage the best available lodges and hotels in the cities, which remain crowded in the season time.

You can exchange money in Thamel, other parts of Kathmandu, and Pokhara.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek begins and ends at Nayapul, Pokhara, around 850 meters altitude.

Of course not. You can leave unnecessary stuff at the hotel in Kathmandu, and they will keep them safe.



Based on 366 Reviews

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking review

First and best trekking experience in Annapurna

It was our first trekking experience in Nepal, and I am delighted that the journey was exceptional. As an experienced trekker, we chose a popular trekking point, Annapurna Base Camp. The famous trek with a reputable trekking agency, Boundless Adventure, was commendable.

The crew members of Boundless welcomed us at Tribhuvan International Airport with warm hospitality. From the start to the end of our journey, they cared for us and managed every logistics. The trek was cheerfulness. Everything was decidedly satisfying, from the drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara to Nayapul to the beginning of the trek. The smiling mountain range, simple villages and way of living, birds chirping, and fresh air were our companions after our friendly guide. We strongly recommend Boundless Adventure and ABC Trek.

Haruun, Malaysia

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bewildering experience in the Annapurna Base Camp trek
Asher Allen

Bewildering experience in the Annapurna Base Camp trek

We had a bewildering experience in the Annapurna Base Camp trek organized by Boundless Adventure. Our round trip from Nayapul to Annapurna Base Camp and back to Nayapul was for nine days. Those nine days are the best memories I have ever made. We were a group of five people, and none of us felt bored or trekking in ABC unworthy.

Walking on the trail brings the finest view of our journey every day. We were not morning persons, but to see the sunrise view and explore the new areas of the Annapurna region, we became morning birds throughout our trekking journey. Standing at the top of the Annapurna Base camp was a feeling of accomplishment. From accommodation to meals, everything was superb, and thanks to Boundless Adventure for providing us with admirable service. In the coming autumn, we are planning for the Everest Base camp trek, and without a doubt, we will choose Boundless Adventure.

Asher Allen, Canada

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Base Camp Of Annapurna
Adisak Phan

The Journey of Annapurna Base Camp

I recently completed the Annapurna Base Camp tour with my son and wife. We had the best family time in Nepal’s untouched beauty. While recalling the time we spent during the trekking of ABC, I still get goosebumps.

The journey was extraordinary, and the guidance, professionalism, and dedication of Boundless Adventure made our trip even more memorable and smooth. Our guide was highly experienced and provided us with detailed information on everything. On the trek, I saw the most curious side of my son, and our guide calmly cleared my son’s curiosity.

Passing through the Annapurna conservation area with a view of mountain peaks at each step always energizes us, even after hiking for 5-6 hours daily. The sunrise view from Ghorepani still calls us. We have already made pre-booking with expert Boundless Adventure for the Annapurna Circuit trek in the coming October.

Adisak Phan, Thailand

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