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Annapurna Circuit Trek - 19 Days

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Trip Facts

Trip length: 19 days

Destination: Nepal

Trip type: Trekking

Difficulty level: Moderate to Strenuous

Max-Altitude:  5416m/ 17,769ft

Accommodation: Star hotel in cities, Tea house/ lodge during the trek

Meal: Fully covered during the trek

Transportation: Flight/ private vehicle

Arrival: Kathmandu, Nepal

Departure: Kathmandu, Nepal  

Ideal travel time: March – June & Sept – Dec

Group size: 2-10 (or on request)


Annapurna Circuit Trek, also known as the Annapurna Round Trek, is one of the most rattling treks in Nepal. It has popularity among trekking fans for being one of the best trekking routes in the world. Circling the 10th highest mountain, Mt Annapurna of Himalaya. Not only does the trek comprises splendid natural scenery, but also encompasses the diverse cultures in the mountain region.

The adventure of Annapurna Circuit kicks off with a scenic ride from Kathmandu to Besisahar, the starting point of the Circuit trek. Along the whole journey, you will cross manifold landscapes ranging from rhododendron fields to gigantic cliffs. Trekking to the Annapurna circuit trail also travels through quaint villages, passing through waterfalls, subtropical forests, and rice terraces, and gradually ascends the mountain, revealing the panorama of crystal clear sky, rocky land with the snow-tipped mountain as the backdrop.

In the trek, besides having the chance to pass through Kali Gandaki Gorge (2,520m/ 8,270ft), the deepest canyon in the world, you will also walk through the highest pass of the world, the Thorong La Pass (5,416/ 17,769ft). Annapurna Circuit also features famous Himalayan mountains, including Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna I, II, III, and IV.

Annapurna round 17 days trekking package also includes the exploration of two famous cities – Kathmandu and Pokhara. Kathmandu is also known as the “City of Temples”, it can be said as the cradle of the civilization in Nepal. It Used to be the capital of different ancient kingdoms, this place contains lots of important cultural and historical sites. You will have the chance to unfold years of the history of Nepal as we venture around the city. If Kathmandu is a cultural hub, then Pokhara is the place for natural tranquillity. As the best city for leisure and entertainment in Nepal, it offers a large variety of adventurous activities for tourists – boating, horse riding, paragliding, etc. You can also retreat from the hustle and bustle of life, sit back and have a sip of a cocktail beside the calm Fewa lake with the Himalayan massif as the backdrop.

Best Season for Annapurna Circuit

Generally speaking, the ideal trekking season would be Spring (March – June) and Autumn (September – December). For Spring, with winter has just come to an end, the sky clear, and the mountain tips 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 is 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.

Annapurna circuit trekking is suitable for time-abundant travelers who wish to relish the Annapurna massif in great detail. We also offer others treks of the Annapurna Region: 6-day Panchase Trek, 9-day Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, and 13-day Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

Highlights of Annapurna Circuit Trek

1. You will pass through many ethnic villages along the way, which serve as a living museum
2. Breathtaking  views of mountains such as Annapurna I, II, and IV, Gangapurna, Nilgiri, Machhapuchhre, and Dhaulagiri.
3. Thorang La Pass which is the world's highest pass.
4. Muktinath is a sacred site for Hindus and Buddhists.

Annapurna Circuit trekking Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu.

Day 02: Explore Kathmandu valley and prepare for the trek.

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar.

Day 04: Trek from Besisahar or Khudi to Sirung (2200m)

Day 05: Trek from Sirung to Jagat (1330m)

Day 06: Trek from Jagat to Dharapani (1960m)

Day 07: Trek from Dharapani to Chame (2720m).

Day 08: Trek from Chame to Pisang (3190m).

Day 09: Trek from Pisang to Manang (3540m).

Day 10: Acclimatization day at Manang.

Day 11: Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka (4210m).

Day 12: Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorung- La Phedi (4450m).

Day 13: Trek from Thorung Phedi to Muktinath (3710m) crossing Thorang La pass (5416m).

Day 14: Trek from Muktinath to Kagbeni (2780m).

Day 15: Trek from Kagbeni to Jomsom (2725m).

Day 16: Drive or Fly from Jomsom all the way to Pokhara.

Day 17: Exploration day at Pokhara.

Day 18: Early morning scenic drive back to Kathmandu.

Day 19: Departure

If you do not have a long vacation and searching for a mini Annapurna circuit trekking itinerary please visit our Short Annapurna circuit trek package.

Some of the Frequently Asked Questions of Annapurna Circuit Trek

What is the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a well-known trekking route in Nepal's Annapurna region. The trail winds through a variety of landscapes, from lush subtropical forests to high-altitude desert, before reaching the Kali Gandaki Valley via the Thorong La Pass. The trek is well-known for its breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains such as Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. The route also provides an opportunity to learn about the local culture, which includes Gurungs, Thakalis, and Manangis. The trek is regarded as one of the most beautiful and difficult in the world, attracting thousands of trekkers each year.

How long does it take to complete the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek typically takes 14 to 21 days to complete, depending on the trekker's route, pace, and acclimatisation requirements. The trek covers a distance of around 160 to 230 kilometres, depending on the itinerary, and involves ascending and descending various passes, including the Thorong La Pass at an altitude of 5,416 metres. The trek also includes several rest days to allow for acclimatisation to the high altitude and to take in the breathtaking scenery. The trek's duration can be tailored to the trekker's preferences and needs, and it's recommended to allow enough time to avoid altitude sickness and fully enjoy the experience.

What is the distance of the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The length of the Annapurna Circuit Trek varies depending on the route taken and any side trips included along the way. The trek typically covers a distance of 160 to 230 kilometres (100 to 145 miles). The exact distance varies depending on factors such as starting and ending points, specific trails taken, and deviations from the main route. The trek's distance can be challenging because it includes crossing several high passes and trekking through a variety of landscapes, including lush forests, barren deserts, and high-altitude mountain passes. The spectacular Himalayan views and cultural experiences along the way, however, make the journey worthwhile.

How difficult is the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a moderately difficult trek suitable for experienced trekkers or those in good physical condition. The trek includes a variety of terrain, such as steep ascents and descents, narrow paths, and high-altitude mountain passes. The trek also includes significant altitude gain, with the highest point being the Thorong La Pass at 5,416 metres. However, proper acclimatisation and taking enough time to rest and recover along the way can make the trek easier. The trek's difficulty level can also be determined by factors such as the trekker's fitness level, prior trekking experience, and how well they prepare for the journey. While the Annapurna Circuit Trek is difficult, it is also rewarding.

What is the best time to do the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is best done in the spring and autumn seasons, which last from March to May and September to November, respectively. The weather is generally dry and mild during these seasons, with clear skies and good visibility for taking in the breathtaking mountain views. The temperatures are also mild, making it possible to hike during the day. The trail is lined with blooming rhododendron forests in the spring, and the landscapes are painted with red, yellow, and orange hues as the leaves change colour in the autumn. However, these are also peak trekking seasons, and the trails can be crowded, so it's important to book accommodations and permits ahead of time. The weather can be harsh and cold during the months of December to February, with snow and ice on the trail. During the monsoon season, from June to August, the trail can become muddy and slippery due to heavy rainfall, making the trek more difficult.

Do I need a guide for the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

While a guide is not required for the Annapurna Circuit Trek, it is highly recommended, especially for those who are new to trekking in the region. A guide can help you navigate the trails, manage logistics, and ensure that you are adequately acclimatising to the high altitude. They can also help with any language barriers and provide insights into the local culture. Furthermore, having a guide can improve the safety of your trek, particularly in the event of an emergency or unexpected situation. Trekking with a guide can also make the experience more enjoyable and stress-free, allowing you to concentrate on the breathtaking scenery and cultural encounters along the way.

Do I need a permit for the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

Yes, an Annapurna Circuit Trek permit is required. The government of Nepal regulates trekking in the Annapurna Conservation Area, and trekkers must obtain two permits: the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) office issues the ACAP, which is required for entry into the conservation area. The Nepal Tourism Board issues the TIMS card, which serves as a record of the trekker's details and itinerary. Permits are required to ensure the region's conservation and to regulate the flow of trekkers in order to maintain the trails and preserve the environment. Trekking agencies can help you obtain permits, or you can get them yourself.

What is the accommodation like during the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek accommodation ranges from basic guesthouses to more luxurious lodges, depending on the trekker's preferences and budget. Private or shared rooms with basic amenities such as a bed, blankets, and a shared bathroom are available at the majority of guesthouses and lodges. Some guesthouses also charge a fee for hot showers. Many of the accommodations are run by Nepalis and provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with traditional Nepali meals served in the dining areas. While the quality and standard of accommodation can vary, most provide adequate and comfortable facilities for trekkers to rest and recover after a long day of trekking. It's worth noting that during peak trekking season, accommodations can fill up quickly, so it's best to book ahead of time.

What kind of gear do I need for the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

Proper gear is required for the Annapurna Circuit Trek to ensure safety, comfort, and enjoyment throughout the journey. Trekking boots, warm socks, warm and waterproof clothing, a backpack, sleeping bag, trekking poles, a headlamp, a water bottle, and sunscreen are all essential items. Crampons, ice axes, and gaiters may be required depending on the time of year and weather conditions. To avoid carrying unnecessary weight, pack light and only bring what you need. It's also a good idea to bring a first-aid kit, medications, and water purification tablets. Trekking equipment can be rented or purchased in Kathmandu or Pokhara, but it's best to bring your own if possible to ensure proper fit and comfort.

Is it safe to do the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is regarded as a safe trekking route, with thousands of trekkers completing the journey without incident each year. However, there are inherent dangers in high-altitude trekking and remote wilderness areas. Trekking at high altitude can cause altitude sickness, which can be fatal if not properly managed. It is critical to allow adequate time for acclimatisation and to be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness. Other dangers include falls on slick or unstable terrain, extreme weather, and natural hazards like landslides and avalanches. To reduce risks, trek with an experienced guide or group, bring appropriate gear and equipment, and adhere to safety guidelines and local regulations. It is also critical to have adequate travel insurance.

What kind of physical fitness do I need for the Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a strenuous physical trek that requires a high level of fitness and endurance. Trekkers should expect to walk for 6-8 hours per day, with steep ascents and descents, at elevations ranging from 5,416 metres to 5,416 metres (17,769 feet). Prior hiking or trekking experience is preferred but not required. It's important to engage in regular exercise and cardiovascular training in the lead-up to the trek to build endurance and strength. Trekking at high altitude can also be taxing on the respiratory system, so consult with a doctor before embarking on the trek. The key to a successful trek is to proceed slowly and steadily, allowing time to acclimatise and rest as needed.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Welcome to Kathmandu 

Welcome to Nepal. Our team member will be waiting for you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. Our team member  will welcome you and transfer you to a three-star hotel in Kathmandu (in a private vehicle). You can relax for a while after checking into the hotel. We will meet you at our office and introduce you to your guides and brief you on the trek. The meeting will be followed by a warm welcome meal at one of Kathmandu's best traditional Nepali restaurants. Along with the meal you will get to experience ethnic dancing and cultural music of Nepal. Rest overnight.

Day 02: Explore Kathmandu valley and Prepare for trek

After breakfast, enjoy a guided tour around Kathmandu valley. Experience the unique cultural vibes around Kathmandu valley by visiting various UNESCO sites including Swayambhunath, Patan Durbar Square, and other landmarks of great historical significance. After the tour, a briefing session will be given for a more in-depth understanding of the upcoming trek.  

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar

Early morning we will drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar by private vehicle. Besisahar is the starting point of the Annapurna Circuit Trek. As a cultural hub with different castes and religions, there are several places you may explore during your free time, including Udipur Kalika Temple, Bhimsen Temple, and Chandimai Temple. Stay overnight at the tea house of Besisahar.

Day 04: Trek from Besisahar or Khudi to Sirung(2200m)

After breakfast, we  will set foot from Besisahar and trek for 4-5 hours. Alternatively, you can choose to take a 30-minute ride from Besisahar to Khudi and start the journey there. The route  features Manaslu and Himalchuli as the backdrop. The walk today involves some mild ascents and descents, gradually followed by steeper trails. Along the way, we will pass through some suspension bridges and waterfalls. After crossing a sub-tropical forest, we reach the Sirung village and rest overnight there.

Day 05:Trek from Sirung to Jagat(1330m)

After breakfast, we will start trekking from Sirung to Jagat. The trail offers a large variety of landscapes, ranging from forests to woodlands. You can get the best view of the Manaslu here with rice terraces in the background together. There will be small temples and villages scattered along the way. We will cross some bridges and walk alongside the raging Marshyangdi River before reaching Jagat. Rest at Jagat overnight.

Day 06: Trek from Jagat to Dharapani(1960m)

After breakfast, we will start the trek by a descend to the Ghatta Kola River. Followed by an ascent through a dense forest, we will first reach Chyamje. The route is relatively physically demanding as the ascending part is steep and sometimes windy. There are also some suspension bridges to cross before reaching Dharapani. Yet, we can see the Annapurna mountain ranges throughout the day. Take a good rest at Dharapani after the 7-hour trek.

Day 07: Trek from Dharapani to Chame(2720m)

After breakfast we will trek from Dharapani to Chame, the headquarters of Manang District and one of the best sightseeing destinations of the Annapurna region. Throughout the 4-5 hours trek, you will pass through forests of pine, oak, maple, and villages with lovely wooden bridges. You can take a closer look at the mighty Annapurna II and IV. Rest overnight at Chame.

Day 08: Trek from Chame to Pisang(3190m)

After breakfast, we will trek for 5 hours from Chame to Pisang. We will encounter a lot of tall and fierce waterfalls on the trek. The path we will take leads us to ascend to the steepest part of the Marshyangdi valley. After the steep rock roads, lying ahead are fascinating landscapes like green rhododendron forests, oak trees area, and some unique cultural villages. You may take some time to explore one or two of them. Rest overnight at Pisang.

Day 09: Trek from Pisang to Manang(3540m)

After breakfast, we will trek through the dense forests and steep hills, followed by Marshyangdi, the fast-flowing river near Manang. Within the 4-hour trek, you can enjoy the enjoy amusing scenery of the mighty Himalayas as well as have a chance to encounter locals living there. Rest overnight at Manang.

Day 10: Acclimatization day at Manang

Explore Manang, the village of a private and scenic haven. You may visit the famous Gangapurna Glacier Lake, pay a visit to some ancient and holy places around, or just sit down and relax. This village will also amuse you with the local’s warm and generous hospitality. Enjoy evening programs during dinner and rest overnight.

Day 11: Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka(4210m) 

We will trek from Manang, walking for 3-4 hours along the scenic route with little streams, juniper trees, and small villages. Travelers will be amazed on exploring the unique landscapes, quaint villages, diverse topography, beautiful hills, Mani walls, alpine yak pastures, and diverse flora and fauna of the Manang to Yak Kharka area during this endeavor. After Manang trekkers reach above the tree line so the landscape looks like a wasteland dominated by grass, bushes, and rocks. Rest overnight at Yak Kharka.

Day 12: Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorong-la Phedi(4550m)

We will trek for 4 hours uphill to the snow-covered Thorang –La Phedi. Explore around and experience the challenging climate of the high Himalayas. Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi is located in the northernmost part of the latter. The distance between Yak kharka and Thorong Phedi is 7.3 kilometres / 4.5 miles. The flat trail gradually ascends to Thorong Phedi, and the steep ascent from Phedi to high camp takes 4 to 5 hours by foot.

Day 13: Trek from Thorong Phedi to Muktinath(3710m) crossing Thorung la Pass(5416m)

we will cross Thorong La pass, the mountain pass with an elevation of 5,416 meters (17,769 ft), with the holy Muktinath being our destination of the day. Situated at an altitude of 3710m, Muktinath Temple is one of the most ancient and sacred temples for God Vishnu in Nepal. Besides spending time to explore around and learn more about the history of this special place, you can also enjoy the mountain view of the Annapurna southern range and the Tibetan plateau. Rest overnight at teahouse.

Day 14: Trek from Kagbeni to Muktinath(2780m)

For a 4-hour trek, we will head from Kagbeni, the village that lies between Lower and Upper Mustang. As one of the convergence points of historical trading routes, you can find fortress ruins from the 16th century in these little villages with little mud and stone houses. This place is also famous for the Kag Chode Thupten Samphel Ling Monastery, the red monastery with a history of almost over 600 years. Experience the Buddhism culture of the place and rest overnight.

Day 15: Trek from Kagbeni to Jomsom(2725m)

Early morning after breakfast we will trek for 4-5 hours from Kagbeni to the beautiful town of Jomsom. Although there may be strong winds, the view along the trek is worth it – the panoramic view of Kagbeni enveloped by bench terraces, the fast-flowing broad Kali Gandaki River, and the long suspension bridge leading to the village Dangarjong. After reaching Jomsom, enjoy the cultural programs there and rest overnight.

Day 16: Drive or fly from Jomsom to all the way to Pokhara

Pokhara is 157km away from Jomsom. It takes nearly 6 hours but for us, it will be 9/10 hours. On the way to Pokhara, we will visit the monastery situated on the way. We will visit different caves located on the way which is there from nearly more than 1000 years ago. We will stop at Rupse waterfall. You can click pictures and have fun playing in the water. After that, we will visit the local Dhaba for having the local Nepali meal. We will sing, dance, play games and do fun activities and come back to Pokhara or you can choose to fly from Jomsom to Pokhara.

Day 17: Exploration Day at Pokhara 

Pokhara, one of the scenic havens and the most famous tourist destinations in Nepal, offers a large variety of leisure activities for you to spend the day, including boating, pony riding, and paragliding. Take a leisurely walk along the Fewa lake with the Annapurna Massif in the background. Explore the cultural villages and different holy places of great significance around the city.

Day 18: Early morning Scenic drive to Kathmandu

After breakfast, we will head towards Kathmandu city. On the way, we will see the local lifestyle, Marshyangdi river, Trishuli river, the local Dhaba(Highway restaurant), view of mountains along with green hill stations. Snatch the last moment to enjoy the vibes of Kathmandu and grab the last chance to capture a memorable moment in Nepal.  

Day 19: Departure 

We will serve you breakfast in the morning. If your flight is planned for the morning. In accordance with 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 for shopping and pick up some souvenirs for your loved ones, or you can just hang around the 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

  • All city accommodations with breakfast
  • Tea house accommodation and full meals during trek days
  • Private Transportation if necessary
  • All entrance fees, Trekking permits, Trekking Information Management System Fee
  • All Transportation
  • English-speaking Trekking Guide
  • Required no. of Porters
  • Certificates,
  • Comprehensive medical kit
  • Government and local taxes 
  • Preparatory Session before and after arrival.

Cost Exclude

  • Visa cost
  • International airfare
  • Excluded meals in the city
  • Drinks and beverage costs.
  • Insurance cost.
  • Trekking equipment.
  • Additional potter or equipment cost.
  • Personal expenses, tips, and shopping cost
Useful Info

About Nepal Visa:

Nepal visas can be easily obtained from the Government of Nepal, the Nepalese Embassy, or the Consulate office located in your country. You can get a visa from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu on your arrival or from any other entry point in Nepal. Make sure to bring a few sets of passport-size photos. Visa fees are inexpensive.

You can also apply for a visa in a near embassy or either you can travel to Nepal and get a visa on arrival. We will assist you to settle your visa work too.

Accommodation in Kathmandu and Trek:

We offer you star-rated accommodation with comfort and cozy. You will be amused with the facility and warmth we offer you including facilities like (an attached bath, A/C, 24 hours running hot and cold shower). During the trek, your accommodation is included Mt. Lodge and local tea houses but we do our best for providing the best available lodges on a twin-sharing basis, some tea houses are basic with shared washing and toilet facilities. If you prefer a single room in Kathmandu and trek you may indicate your preference on request and pay a single supplement cost. Contact us

Meals and Drinking Water:

We provide you only a Bb facility in the city as preferred in the itinerary. Full board meals are included (breakfast, Lunch, and dinner with a cup of tea or coffee) throughout the trek. We provide you food from the local tea house Mt. Lodge en route chosen from a menu. Breakfast and dinner are to be provided from the same tea house we would overnight but lunch would be en route in between. You can enjoy Nepalese-style cuisine or any other continental food as per required. You are to be a giver from pizza to snacks. Most teahouses offer a variety of rice and noodle dishes, as well as soup and seasonal vegetables. A variety of cereals, bread, and egg dishes are generally available for breakfast.

Health and Fitness Required:

Health is the most important part of traveling or trekking. One must possess good physical condition before and while commencing the Himalayas tour. If you don’t have any trekking experiences better grab one or be physically prepared for the trek. Before commencing an adventurous trek you can commence a short hike, cycling, or a short walking tour, this may help you a lot throughout the trek.

The highest height you will reach on this trip is 5545m from the sea level. The walk may be ups and down passing various villages, high land, wilderness, and much more difficult and rough trails.

We strongly advise travelers to consult with their medical doctor before traveling and do regularly check on your health and report us while booking a trip with us.

Guide and Porter:

Trained, license holder, English speaking, honest and friendly...

Our porters are fully equipped and insured for each trip they are responsible with us. As you know that we are very honest with the porter's issues and their condition while on the trek thus we make sure that our porters are fully prepared for the trip. We are closely working with the international porter Progress Association for the welfare and befit of the touristic porters.

It is our company’s management system; the maximum load carried by our porter is 20 to 25 KG so be sure that your trekking bag is not load more 20 KG.

Travel Insurance:

One of the most important factors of trekking is travel insurance. To be sufficiently protected in terms of insurance, you will need specialized travel insurance for participation in risky activities.

Your travel insurance policy must cover emergency evacuation, trip injury, lost baggage, medical treatment, expenses, theft, and liability is recommended. Make sure the insurance covers all the activities that you will be undertaking during your stay in Nepal such as trekking and climbing including other trips.

Group Size:

We organize any route of Nepal trek with fix departure basis or private trip, the minimum group size would be two and the maximum group size is ten or more on request. We can also organize a private trip for the solo person with a single supplement cost. Else, join our estimated group departure dates available online market or ask us for your suitable flexible dates, and we will open the group date on the same date.

How to Book Your Trip with Us:

While if you are interested to trek or tour the natural and cultural beauty of Nepal you must go through online products.

If you have gone through the online product and want a booking, write and ask for the information or phone us on our phone number for the trip booking confirmation.

To be a very clear understanding of the trip services we have also online trip booking. Once your trip booking request reached us, sincerely we will suggest the final trip booking procedure with advance payment of the trip, Non-refundable deposit of 20 percent (per person) is required to confirm a place on your selected adventure Nepal activities.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding our trip booking process.

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