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Annapurna Base Camp Trek- 13 Days

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Destination: Nepal

Name of Trail: ABC Trek

Duration: 13 days

Grade: Moderate

Maximum altitude: 4130m

Per Day walking: Approx. 5-6 hours

Trek Style: Tea house

Transportation: Flight/ Private Vehicle

Accommodation: Standard accommodation  in cities, tea house/ lodge during the trek

Activities: Trekking in Himalaya

Best Month:March - June & Sept - Dec


Annapurna Base Camp trek is possibly the most spectacular trekking trail of the world because enticing roughly 70,000 trekkers treks annually with its combination of natural and cultural highlights. Sitting at the altitude of 4,130m (13,549 ft), our journey to the base camp of Mt. Annapurna I - the destination of Annapurna Base Camp Trek - exposes us to a rich variety of natural sceneries with the precious chance to comprehend the rich cultural lives of the ethnic Gurung and Magar villages.

During the 13 days trekking in Annapurna Base Camp, not only  you will explore the foot of the 10th tallest mountain in the world (Annapurna I is 8,091m/26, 545ft tall), but also experience the culture that thrives in the picturesque setting of the Annapurna massif. This trek takes you to a tour of a living cultural museum that together with the Himalayan vistas. The trail passes through quaint villages, subtropical forests and rice terraces. Gradually ascend the mountain, the ABC trek features famous Himalayan mountains, including Dolpo, Dhaulagiri, Machhaapuchhre, Gangapurna and Annapurna I and III. Another highlight of the trip is the sunrise at the camp. There is no better way to wake up than the splendid view of sun rays painting the Himalayan peaks. It is no surprise that trekkers who trek the Annapurna region come back again and again to trek its wonderful trails.

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Best Season for trekking in Annapurna Base Camp 

Generally speaking, the ideal trekking season would be Spring (March – June) and Autumn (September – December). For Spring, with winter coming to an end, the sky getting clear and the mountain tips getting covered by snow, it is a good choice for Annapurna Circuit Trek. For hills above 3,500m, they would be all covered by snow as well. There may be short showers, yet most days are warm and sunny. For Autumn, after the monsoon and before the cold sets in, this period is perfect to trek if you are looking for a panoramic view of the mountains. The sky gets cloudless with lush plants shimmering under the gentle sunshine. Although the snow is less than that of the Spring season, it is the best time for the crystal clear view. The temperature is perfect as well – not scorching hot during the day and durably cool at night.

Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

1. Enjoy the diversity of flora, fauna, and wildlife throughout your journey
2. Explore the Lush forest of rhododendrons and oaks
3. Explore breathtaking views of Mt Annapurna, Machhapuchhre (Mt. Fishtail) massif
4. Enjoy the natural hot spring at Jhinu Danda (1780/ 5480ft)

Annapurna Base Camp 13 days Trekking Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu.

Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Day 03: Drive from Pokhara to Nayapul, and trek to Tikhedhunga (1577m)

Day 04: Trek from Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani (2850m)

Day 05: Poon Hill Hike (3210m) and trek to Tadapani (2540m)

Day 06: Trek from Tadapani to Sinuwa

Day 07: Trek from Sinuwa to Deurali (3000m)

Day 08: Trek from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) through MBC

Day 09: Trek from ABC to Bamboo (2300m)

Day 10: Trek from Bamboo to Jhinu Danda (1780m)

Day 11: Trek from Jhinu Danda to Pokhara (823m)

Day 12: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu

Day 13: Departure

Note: We designed 14 days Annapurna Luxury trekking package. If you are searching for deluxe way to trek Annapurna base camp this can be your best choice. Stay at high-class hotels and use flight mediums to travel where possible. If you think to trek up to Annapurna base camp and return by Helicopter we have 08 days Annapurna base camp fly out trekking itinerary also.

Some of the Frequently Asked Questions of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

What is special about Annapurna?

Mount Annapurna is a massif in Nepal's Annapurna region of the Himalayas. With an elevation of 8,091 metres, it is the world's tenth highest mountain (26,545 feet). Because of 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, in addition to being 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, which takes you to Mount Annapurna's base camp, allows you to experience the natural beauty of the region as well as the warmth and hospitality of the local people.

What is best time to trek to Annapurna Base Camp?

The best seasons to trek to Annapurna Base Camp are autumn and spring, which are considered Nepal's peak trekking seasons. Autumn, which lasts from September to November, provides clear skies, stable weather, and breathtaking views of the mountains against a blue sky. Spring, which lasts from March to May, is another popular time to trek to Annapurna Base Camp because the region comes alive with colourful rhododendron flowers and other wildflowers in full bloom. Spring weather is mild and stable, making it ideal for trekking. However, it is important to note that the weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, and it is always a good idea to check the weather forecast and prepare accordingly, regardless of the season.

How long does it take to climb Annapurna from Base Camp?

Climbing Annapurna from Base Camp is a difficult and time-consuming task, even for experienced climbers. The summit of Annapurna is over 8,000 metres high, and climbers must acclimatise 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 and be prepared for any unforeseen circumstances that may arise during the climb. Climbing Annapurna is not for the faint of heart and necessitates a great deal of commitment, hard work, and perseverance.

What is the difference between Annapurna Base Camp and Annapurna circuit?

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Circuit Trek are two of Nepal's most popular trekking routes, but they offer very different experiences. The Annapurna Circuit is a longer trek that takes 18-21 days to complete and takes you through lush forests, high-altitude deserts, and traditional villages. It is a more difficult trek than the Annapurna Base Camp Trek because it includes crossing the Thorong La Pass, the world's highest pass at 5,416 metres (17,769 feet). the main difference between the Annapurna Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Circuit Trek is the length of the trek, the variety of landscapes and experiences, and the level of difficulty involved. The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a more difficult and longer trek that offers a variety of experiences, whereas the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a shorter and more direct route to Mount Annapurna's base camp, offering stunning mountain views and the opportunity to experience local culture and hospitality.

Is there mobile network in Annapurna Base Camp?

While mobile network coverage in the Annapurna Base Camp region has improved in recent years, it remains limited and unreliable in many areas. Despite the fact that major Nepali mobile network providers such as Ncell and Nepal Telecom have expanded their coverage in the region, signal strength and availability can vary depending on location and weather conditions. It should be noted that there are no ATMs or banks in the Annapurna Base Camp area, so cash is the preferred method of payment. As a result, it is advised to carry sufficient cash and a reliable mobile network connection, as well as a backup communication device such as a satellite phone or a radio, in case of emergency.

How difficult is Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a moderate to difficult trek with varying levels of difficulty depending on fitness level and previous trekking experience. The trek involves a gradual ascent to Mount Annapurna's base camp, with several steep and rocky sections along the way. The trek's highest point is the Annapurna Base Camp, which is located at an elevation of 4,130 metres (13,549 feet) and requires significant stamina and endurance to reach. While most people with some trekking experience and a reasonable level of fitness can complete the trek, it is critical to plan ahead of time and take the necessary precautions to avoid altitude sickness and other health risks. Acclimatization, hydration, and a well-balanced diet are all necessary for a safe and enjoyable trekking experience. The trail is well-marked, and there are numerous teahouses and lodges along the way that provide basic lodging and meals.

Is there snow fall in Annapurna Base Camp?

Yes, snowfall occurs in Annapurna Base Camp, particularly during the winter months of December to February. The ABC trekking route is known for its harsh and unpredictable weather conditions due to its elevation of over 4,000 metres. While snowfall can enhance the beauty of the scenery, it can also make the journey more difficult and dangerous. As a result, before embarking on this trek, it is critical to be well-prepared and equipped for any weather conditions. It's also a good idea to check the weather forecast before embarking on the hike to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Is it safe to climb Annapurna?

Climbing Annapurna is considered a difficult and dangerous endeavour, even for experienced climbers. Annapurna is the world's tenth highest mountain, standing at over 8,000 metres. It is notorious for its inclement weather, frequent avalanches, and treacherous terrain, making it a dangerous mountain to climb. Furthermore, the mountain's remote location can make rescue and medical assistance difficult in the event of an emergency. Before attempting to climb Annapurna, climbers should have extensive experience, training, and appropriate equipment. Climbing Annapurna should not be taken lightly, and climbers should prioritise safety over summiting the mountain.

What are the permit requirements for Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

Trekking in the Annapurna region, including the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, requires a permit. The trek requires two permits: an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and a Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. The Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) is a required permit that allows access to the Annapurna Conservation Area, which covers a large portion of the trekking route. The TIMS card is a registration card that keeps track of trekkers in the area and provides information about their safety and whereabouts. These permits are available from the Nepal Tourism Board offices in Kathmandu and Pokhara, as well as from various trekking agencies. It is critical to obtain these permits before beginning the trek and to keep them with you at all times. 

What are the accommodation options during Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

Trekkers can choose from a variety of lodging options during the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. The most common type of lodging is teahouses or lodges, which are basic guesthouses with amenities such as a bed, blankets, and a shared bathroom. Meals and hot beverages are also available at the teahouses and lodges. The standard of facilities varies from teahouse to teahouse, but they all provide trekkers with comfortable and cosy lodging. Camping is another option for those looking for a more adventurous and immersive experience. Trekkers are permitted to bring their camping equipment and pitch their tents in designated camping areas. Camping is more private and comfortable than teahouses, but it is more expensive and requires carrying more weight. The cost of the various lodging options varies.

What type of trekking gear should i bring for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

It's crucial to pack the right equipment when getting ready for a trek to Annapurna Base Camp to ensure your safety and comfort. Bring sturdy trekking boots, waterproof and breathable clothing, warm layers, gloves, a hat, sunglasses, a headlamp, a backpack and a sleeping bag appropriate for cold weather, among other necessities. Trekking poles might also be useful to bring in order to increase stability and lessen joint stress. It is advised to bring a basic first aid kit, water purification tablets or a filter, and energy-dense snacks to keep you going all day. As you'll be carrying your gear the entire way, make sure to pack lightly and only bring what you really need. 

What kinds of clothes should I pack for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

It's important to take the weather and the distance of your trek into account when selecting clothing for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Layering is essential because the trek can involve a wide range of temperatures. Bring both warm, insulated clothing for colder nights and lightweight, breathable clothing for warmer days. Important components to mention are:

  • Long-sleeved base layers made of moisture-wicking fabric to keep you dry and comfortable
  • Fleece or insulated jacket for warmth
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket to protect against rain and wind
  • Quick-dry pants for comfort during the day
  • Warm, insulated pants for colder nights
  • Hiking socks made of wool or synthetic material to keep your feet dry and blister-free
  • Warm hat, gloves, and scarf to protect against cold temperatures
  • Comfortable hiking boots with good ankle support to provide stability on rocky terrain

What kinds of fitness do I require for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

A good level of physical fitness is necessary for the moderate to difficult Annapurna Base Camp trek. To ensure that you can handle the altitude, steep ascents and descents, and long days of trekking, it's crucial to be in good physical condition. It is advised that you follow a regular fitness regimen prior to starting the trek that consists of strength training, cardio, and incline hiking or walking. Performing the following exercises can help you get ready for the trek:

  • Cardiovascular exercises like running, cycling, or swimming to build endurance and improve lung capacity.
  • Leg strength exercises like squats, lunges, and step-ups to build lower body strength.
  • Core strengthening exercises like planks and sit-ups to improve balance and stability.
  • Hiking or walking on inclines to help your body get used to the demands of the trek.

Where can I buy or rent trekking gears for Annapurna Trek?

There are many options in Kathmandu if you need to buy or rent trekking equipment for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Particularly in Thamel, there are numerous stores and rental businesses that cater to hikers.

Do I need insurance for Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

Yes, it is strongly advised that you purchase travel insurance for the Annapurna Base Camp trek that includes coverage for hiking and trekking. The physically taxing and high altitude walking involved in the trek raises the danger of mishaps and medical emergencies. Your insurance should provide coverage for trip cancellation and interruption as well as emergency medical care and possible helicopter medical evacuation.

Make sure to carefully review the coverage details, including any exclusions and limitations, when choosing your insurance policy. Additionally, it is advised that you buy insurance from a reputable company and carry a copy of your policy with you at all times.

It's important to keep in mind that some insurance policies might not cover high-altitude activities or might demand additional coverage for them. Make sure to confirm with your insurance company that you have sufficient coverage for the trek to Annapurna Base Camp.

Things to Know before you do Annapurna Trek

Permits: The Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card are required to trek in the Annapurna region. These licences can be acquired in Pokhara or Kathmandu.
Weather: The Annapurna Base Camp trek is best experienced between the months of March and May and September and November, when the weather is clear and consistent. While the monsoon season (June to August) can bring heavy rain and landslides, the winter months (December to February) can be chilly and snowy.
Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness is more likely because of the trek's ascent to high altitude. It's crucial to properly acclimatise by taking rest days and drinking plenty of water. If you start to feel the effects of altitude sickness, such as headache, nausea, or vertigo, immediately descend to a lower elevation.
Accommodation: Along the trail, there are a number of teahouses that provide simple lodging and food. During the busiest times of the year, it is advised to reserve your lodging in advance to guarantee availability.
Packing: Warm clothing, waterproof gear, hiking boots and a sturdy backpack are all essentials to bring. Make sure to only bring the necessities and to pack lightly.
Physical fitness: Physical stamina and good health are needed for the trek. Before the trek, it is advised to start a regular exercise regimen and gradually increase the length and intensity of your workouts.
Cultural Etiquette: Numerous ethnic communities with distinctive traditions and customs can be found in the Annapurna region. Respecting the customs and cultures of the area means dressing modestly and getting permission before taking photos.

How to reach Annapurna Base Camp?

Nayapul, the closest access point to the trek, is where you should begin your journey if you want to complete the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Nayapul can be reached in a number of ways, including:

Fly to Pokhara: You can take a flight, which takes about 25 to 30 minutes, from Kathmandu to Pokhara. To get to Nayapul, where the trek begins, you can either take a private jeep or a local bus from Pokhara.
Drive to Nayapul: From Kathmandu to Nayapul, it takes about 6-7 hours by bus or private jeep. Alternatively, you can travel 2 hours by bus from Pokhara to Nayapul.
Take Helicopter flight: From Kathmandu or Pokhara, you can also take a helicopter to Nayapul. Although this option is more expensive, you can avoid the lengthy drive and take in breathtaking Himalayan views.

Your trek will begin when you arrive in Nayapul, and you will follow the trail through a variety of villages and natural settings until you arrive at the Annapurna Base Camp. Depending on your pace and plan, the trek lasts between 7 and 12 days. Before beginning the trek, it's crucial to make sure you have the required gear and permits.

Others Popular Treks in Annapurna Region are: 

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Welcome to Nepal

Namaste! Upon your arrival, we will welcome you at the international airport and transfer you to our hotel. Once you’re settled (relaxed and freshened up), we will take you to an authentic Nepali dinner. Where we can get to know each other better at the dining table while enjoying delicious food and setting clear expectations for each other regarding the rest of our days. This will also give you a more in-depth understanding of the upcoming trek.

Day 02: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Early morning drive through the beautiful Nepalese countryside to reach the Pokhara. You can have the chance to experience the serenity of the less traveled places in Nepal and to have a glimpse of the quaint villages along the way. Pokhara is a scenic and leisure hub where you can sit back and enjoy yourself beside the beautiful Fewa lake. Enjoy your own time after the long ride and rest overnight at the hotel.

Day 03: Drive from Pokhara to Nayapul and Trek to Tikhedunga

After breakfast, we will meet and greet the porter and guide team, who will fully support and assist us throughout the trek. Then, we will leave the leisure city Pokhara, driving 1 hour to Nayapul - the starting point of our trek. Nayapul is a small town filled with shops selling trekking equipment. You may do your last-minute shopping here, for our trek will start right afterward. Trekking for 1 hour, we reach Birethanti, a small village at the foot of Modi Khola Valley. After crossing some suspension bridges and climbing a relative amount of steps, we reach Tikhedhunga. The trek for today is approximately 4 hours. Rest overnight at the teahouse of Tikhedhunga.

 Day 04: Trek from Tikhedunga to Ghorepani (2850m)

After breakfast, we will prepare for the moderately demanding uphill trek, starting with the steep and timely ascend on the stone steps to Ulleri village. Although a bit challenging, the trek includes amazing natural scenery and the Himalayan panorama. Traveling through the breathtaking rhododendron and oak forests, the sublimation nature offers, will give you the strength to climb up these steps and immerse you to keep going on. After 7 hours of walking with several breaks in between, we will reach Ghorepani. Take a rest at the teahouse and enjoy the fantastic views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalayan range.

Day 05: Poon Hill Hike and trek to Tadapani

Before dawn, we will start hiking for 40 minutes up Poon hill (3210m/10530ft) for the splendid sunrise. As one of the highlights of our trek, Poon Hill offers the promise of the stunning natural scenery of the rhododendron forest, followed by the unobstructed sunrise over the high Himalayas and the panorama from the far western Himalaya of Dolpo, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna including Mt. Machhapuchre (Fish Tail) and to Manasalu. After that, we will go back to Ghorepani for breakfast and continue the trek to Tadapani. Along the path, there are shrines and memorials and for sure, more pleasant rhododendron flowers. Take a good rest at Tadapani after the 7-hour walk.

Day 06: Trek from Tadapani to Sinuwa

Before dawn, we will start hiking for 40 minutes up Poon hill (3210m/10530ft) for the splendid sunrise. As one of the highlights of our trek, Poon Hill offers the promise of the stunning natural scenery of the rhododendron forest, followed by the unobstructed sunrise over the high Himalayas and the panorama from the far western Himalaya of Dolpo, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna including Mt. Machhapuchre (Fish Tail) and to Manasalu. After that, we will go back to Ghorepani for breakfast and continue the trek to Tadapani. Along the path, there are shrines and memorials and for sure, more pleasant rhododendron flowers. Take a good rest at Tadapani after the 7-hour walk.

Day 07: Trek from Sinuwa to Deurali

After breakfast, we will trek leave for Sinuwa, and walk along the upper Modi Khola valley. The trek is relatively physically demanding, as most of the time it is walking uphill. After lunch, we will continue our trek to Bamboo through an uninhabited forest area, and then to Dovan. The route climbs up to Himalaya Hotel (2840m). On the way, we can explore the Hinku cave, where the trail crosses a ravine and a major avalanche track. After about 6 hours, we will reach Deurali (3,000m/9,840 ft) for an overnight stay.

Day 08: Trek from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp through MBC

After breakfast, we will head to the serene sanctuary of the Annapurna Base Camp for an overnight stay. Leaving Deurali, we will walk through the river bed, followed by an ascend for a few hours. We will stop at Machhapuchhre Base Camp, where you can capture the best sight of the stunning Machhapuchhre, together with other mountains like Annapurna South, Annapurna I and III, as well as Gangapurna. If people experience any high altitude sickness, we can choose to stay at the lounge there for safety concerns. Or else, we will continue our journey to the ABC through a few roofless shepherd's huts alongside a moraine. Be prepared as this area is often windy and snowbound, yet the sight of the south face of Annapurna is truly rewarding. After walking for about 6 hours, we will reach the ABC, where you will be surrounded by the panorama of the snow-capped Himalayas. From the base camp, you can enjoy the unobstructed view of the Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Hiunchuli, and other peaks. Take your time to explore and relax at the base camp as per your interest.

Day 09: Trek from Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo

Waking up early in the morning, we will go and catch the glimpse of sunrise - watching the fireball gradually rises over Mt Annapurna I is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. After the therapeutic scene, we will go back to the trail all, descending for 5 hours to Bamboo. Enjoy the memorable scenery and stay overnight at the teahouse.

Day 10: Trek from Bamboo to Jhinu Danda

After breakfast, we will set foot from Bamboo for an uphill hike to Khuldi Ghar and return to Sinuwa, followed by some stone steps to Chhomrong. After lunch, the trek will steeply descend towards Jhinu Danda, our destination. You may have a chance to visit a natural hot spring down to the stream, enjoy the hot bath and refresh yourself after the 6-hour walk.

Day 11: Trek from Jhinu Danda to Nayapul

Be mentally prepared for the long journey. After breakfast, we will walk alongside the Modi River to Landruk village for a short break. Then, the downhill path will lead us back to Syauli Bazaar. The trek to Nayapul is easy and the view is pleasant. After trekking for 7 hours, our trekking journey ends at Nayapul - congratulations! We then drive 1 hour back to Pokhara. Take rest and stay overnight at hotel.

Day 12: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu

Early morning after breakfast, We will do a scenic drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. On the way, we will see green Hill stations, Mountain views, The highway covered with green forest and hills, the local Dhaba which provides the local Nepali foods, the rural lifestyle which is attached to the highways, the rivers which are also among the fastest rivers in the world and many more  

Day 13: Departure

We will serve you breakfast in the morning. If your flight is planned for the morning. By your travel plans, Our team member will go to drop you at the Airport(In a private vehicle). If your flight is in the evening, you may go shopping and pick up some souvenirs for your loved ones, or you can just hang around Kathmandu city. Additionally, if you wish to stay in Nepal for a few extra days, we can set up some of the best adventure activities there.

Cost info

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Cost includes

  • Airport Pickup & Drop with Private Vehicle
  • Star  accommodations with  breakfast in city
  • Tea house - during trek
  • Meals 3 times a day during trekking
  • All transportation including KTM-Pokhara trip on Tourist Bus, Pokhara-Nayapool on private car
  • Trekking Permit and TIMS card
  • Local trek guide and a Sherpa porter (salary, insurance, equipment, flights, food and lodging) one porter is provided for two people
  • Certificates
  • Comprehensive medical kit, Travel and rescue arrangement
  • Government and local taxes
  • Farewell dinner

Cost Exclude

  • Nepal VISA fees
  • Travel Insurance & Rescue Management,
  • Trekking equipments
  • Additional potter
  • Personal expenses, Tips and Shopping Cost

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