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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    • Enjoy the mesmerizing views of Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7219m) and numerous others in the Annapurna region
    • Enjoy the stirring tour of the Kathmandu and Pokhara valley
    • Witness the grand spectacle of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri vistas from Poon Hill vantage point
    • Relish exotic flora and fauna along the trekking trail
    • Relieve ails and aches at the hot springs of Jhinu Danda

Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most illustrious treks in the world. The trekking trail traverse deep into the heart of the Annapurna region. Along with the company of the dominating Himalayas; trekkers get to enjoy the misty forests, beautiful terraced fields, and ravishing villages. The trekking route passes through the culturally rich Gurung and Magar villages. It provides an opportunity to witness their culture and lifestyle. The PoonHill viewpoint and Jhinu Danda also prove to be ecstatic experiences of entailing contrasting elements on the trek.

Outline of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp Trek starts with your arrival in Kathmandu. After a short stay in the valley, the trip begins. During stay in Kathmandu, we will be observing the tourist attractions in the valley. These includes the Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Boudhanath. The trek begins from Nayapul and takes you past the stone steps to the village of Ulleri. Walking further, you go up and down the trail and head through the beautiful oak, rhododendron, and bamboo forests. One of the major highlights of this trek is the early morning hike to Poon Hill.

From Poonhill you can witness the stunning sunrise over the Himalayas. Up ahead, you pass through Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m) before reaching your final destination, Annapurna Base Camp (4130m). The views from the base camp are absolutely stunning withpanorama of snowcapped mountains like Mt. Annapurna I (8091 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Mt. Annapurna III (7555 m), Mt. Nilgiri (7041m), Mt. Annapurna IV (7525 m), Mt. Annapurna South (7219 m),  Mt. Machhapuchhre (6997 m), and many others. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek can be done at any time of the year except for the monsoon season (July – August). The best time, however, is the spring (March-May) during which the forested trail is vibrant with rhododendron flowers. This is a trek with moderated difficulty so even the beginners can try it out.

As one of the leading travel agencies in the country, we, Corporate Adventure treks, take pride in taking care of your accommodation, transport, permits, and all the necessities of the trips. Our expert trek guides know the region very well that is why you are guaranteed to have a complete experience in terms of both natural beauty and local culture.


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Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m)
  • 3 star base accommodation

The trip starts with your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). Our company representative will welcome and pick you from the airport. Then you will be taken to the hotel for your overnight stay.


Day 02: Kathmandu: sightseeing and trek preparation .
  • 3 star base

After breakfast, you meet your tour guide at the hotel premises.He will give you the highlights of the day which includes a brief history of the places you will be visiting. Our company van will take you around the valley for sightseeing to places like Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Meanwhile, we will arrange the necessary permits required for the trek. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu



Day 03: Fly to Pokhara and trek to Ulleri (1,960 m): 30 min flight and 6 hours trek
  • 5-6 hours
  • Mira guest house or Similar

You take an early morning flight to Pokhara and enjoy the majestic mountain views from the plane. After some rest at Pokhara, you drive to Nayapul and start the trek. The trail takes you through the subtropical valley forests and crosses Bhurungdi Khola Bridge to Tikhedhunga. You then make an uphill climb through the stone steps to Ulleri. Overnight stay at Ulleri


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 04: Ulleri to Ghorepani (2,750 m/ 9,020 ft): 4 - 5 hours trek
  • 4-5 hours
  • Moonlight guest house or similar

Today, you ascend to the village of Ghorepani. From Ulleri, you follow the Bhurungdi River all the way to pass Banthanti and Naya Thanti on the way. Ghorepani is a popular stop for trekkers. It is an interesting place with plenty of shops at the market selling local products. The higher grounds at Ghorepani provide the views of Annapurna South (7,219 m) and Nilgiri Mountains. Overnight stay at Ghorepani.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 05: Ghorepani to Tadapani (2,630m) with a visit to Poon Hill (3,210m): 6 - 7 hours trek
  • 7-8 hours
  • Himalayan guest house or Similar

You wake up early in the morning and climb along the steep trail to Poon Hill. You can watch the sunrise over the Himalayas in Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. The snow-white mountains gleam in gradients of orange and yellow to make up a truly divine phenomenon. You return back to Ghorepani for breakfast and then follow the forest trail to reach Tadapani. Overnight stay at Tadapani.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 06: Tadapani to Chhomrong (2170m): 6 hours trek
  • 5-6 hours
  • Chhomrong guest house or similar

The trail starts off with a descent through the rhododendron forest. The trail opens up to the terraced fields and climbs uphill to reach a suspension bridge. After a few more uphill and downhill walk, you arrive at Chhomrong which is situated right below the Annapurna massif. Overnight stay at Chhomrong.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 07: Chhomrong to Bamboo (2310m): 4 - 5 hours trek
  • 4-5 hours
  • Guest house or lodge

You leave Chhomrong and walk on numerous stone steps before reaching Chhomrong Khola. You cross the river on a suspension bridge and climb uphill to Sinuwa. The trail then passes through the forest and makes an easy descent to Bamboo. You will follow the Modi River on the later stages as you play hide and seek with the Himalayas. Overnight stay at Bamboo.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 08: Bamboo to Deurali (3230m): 3 - 4 hours trek
  • 4-5 hours
  • Lodge/ guest house

Heading out of Bamboo village, you ascend through sparsely separated forests and head to Himalaya. You trek across Hinku Cave and follow the trail that begins to follow Modi River. The trail continues along with minor descents and finally an ascent takes you to Deurali. At Deurali, you can enjoy the views of the Himalayas and enjoy your stop here. Overnight stay at Deurali.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 09: Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m) via Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m): 5- 6 hours trek
  • 5-6 hours
  • guest house

From Deurali, you begin on an uphill climb to Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The base camp is just a namesake as Mt. Machhapuchhre has never been climbed. However, the scenic views are sublime here and you continue on the trek relishing these views. A strenuous walk along snowy trails and snowy paths takes you to Annapurna Base Camp. The base camp is the trail-head to the expeditions of Annapurna I (8091m) and presents Himalayan panorama in an exuberant scale. Overnight stay at Annapurna Base camp.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 10: Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo (2,310m): 7 - 8 hours
  • 7-8 hours
  • Bamboo guest house or similar

Today’s trek is entirely downhill and while it might not be as difficult as the ascent, you must certainly exercise caution on the descent as well.The trail descends past Machhapuchhre Base Camp,Deurali, Himalaya,Dobhan, and finally takes you to Bamboo. The Himalayas offer you sublime company as you follow the Modi River to Bamboo. Overnight stay at Bamboo.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 11: Bamboo to Jhinu Danda (1780m): 5 - 6 hours
  • 5-6 hours
  • guest house

From Bamboo, it is an uphill trek till Kuldighar then a downhill walk to Chhomrong Khola.You climb the stone steps to reach Chhomrong and then descend to Jhinu Danda, taking a different route from the earlier one when we made the ascent. You can enjoy the hot springs near Jhinu Danda and relax your body. These waters are believed to have healing properties and are a great option to relax following days of climbs and drops. Overnight stay at Jhinu Danda.


Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 12: Trek to Nayapul then drive to Pokhara: 6 hours trek, 1-hour drive
  • 5-6 hours trek and 1 hours drive
  • My Hotel pokhara or Similar

Today is the final day of trekking. Leaving Jhinu Danda behind, you head down towards Nayapul. The descent entails passing through villages like Kyumi, Chimrong, and Birethanti through serene trails and gorgeous scenery. From Nayapul, you take the tourist bus and take the ride back to Pokhara, a city known for its lively nature and views of the Mt. Machhapuchhre (6997m). If time permits, you can explore the attractions in the city of Pokhara. Overnight stay at a hotel in Pokhara


Breakfast, Lunch

Day 13: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu
  • 7-8 hours drive
  • Lemon tree or Similar

After spending some time in Pokhara you drive back to Kathmandu. The drive along the Prithvi Highway offers you with the opportunity to bid adieu to the Annapurna Himalayas for the final time and heads to the bustling Kathmandu. Upon arrival, you can do some souvenir shopping in the capital city before joining the rest of the crew for a farewell dinner. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.


Breakfast, Fare well dinner

Day 14: Departure transfer to your next destination

The 14-days trip comes to an end. After a fulfilling breakfast at the hotel, our company representative will take you to the airport. Then, you take the flight back home /next destination.



What's Included

  • Airport arrival and departure transfer to/from hotel.
  • 3 Nights twin sharing accommodation in Kathmandu on BB base.
  • ACAP and TIM’s trekking permit.
  • Necessary domestic transport as per the program.
  • Pre-trek meeting with guide,
  • All grounded transport as per itinerary
  • Kathmandu to Pokhara by flight, accompanied by Guide.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trek.
  • Lodge/guesthouse accommodation during trek. Sharing, during high season can be dormitory.
  • English speaking experienced and qualified trekking guide.
  • One porter between two pax, 10 kilo baggage per pax.
  • Guide & porters receive ‘fair wage’, proper equipment and full insurance coverage.
  • Group and staff first aid kit.
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu.
  • All government taxes.

What's Excluded

  • Nepali Visa.
  • Drinks and beverages, private snacks etc.
  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu, Pokhara (allows you freedom of choice, place etc)
  • Laundry, telephone etc.
  • Tips to tour guide, trek guide, porters or hotel staff.
  • Personal equipment (see list below.
  • Personal medicine, first aid kit.
  • Travel insurance, covering trekking over 4000m, evacuation, hospitalization and repatriation.
  • Single room supplement, hotel or on trek, approx. price will be given on request

General conditions/tips etc


All hotels are of a good standard, within Tourist class category. Nepal is a developing country, so some rough corners should be expected, and tolerated. Electricity can suddenly be cut off, and hot water in the shower is not always guaranteed. A sense of humor is important.

When trekking we use lodges/home stays, where again the standard can vary. In the high season you may end up in a dormitory, or even sleeping in the dining room. We aim for own rooms with two or a double bed. But again: humor helps.


In Kathmandu you have a wide selection of places to eat. On the trek the menu is more limited. Here we tend to eat simple, with the Nepali national dish, Dhal Bhat being popular (rice, lentils and vegetables/meat curry), but there is pizza and other exotic foods on the menu. You rarely go hungry, but standards can vary. At each meal we provide tea and coffee.

Best Season of Trekking

Trekking is best during the pre and the post monsoon periods, i.e. March to May, and even better from the end of September to early December. Winter is December to end Feb and can be too cold in most areas, and June to early September the Monsoon is upon us. Having said that, it is possible to trek in Nepal year round. Let us know your dates and interests, and we can tailor a suitable trip.


Boots suitable for your given trek, 4 pairs of socks, warm long johns, a windproof and a waterproof pair of trousers. Underpants, T-shirts, insulated mid layer, short and long arm shirts, fleece or wool jacket, and down jacket. Waterproof shell jacket. Gloves, warm hat, sun hat, Buff. Warm sleeping bag. Sun glasses, water bottle, first aid kit, nail clippers, note book and pen, reading material, camera. Lip cream and sun cream. Toiletries and towel. Torch, spare batteries, and charger for phone (lodges charge for this). Day pack (ca 25 to 30 ltr.). Inner shoes for the lodges.

Ski or Nordic walking poles are popular. Unless you have a knee or health issue, we recommend the use of just one. Why? When using two poles about 15% of your expended energy is in your arms, where God made legs to walk with. In addition your posture becomes more cramped, not helping with breathing at altitude. One pole allows you greater flexibility, so you may wind your way up the path, and put less pressure on the respiratory system. We recommend having one pole, especially useful on the way down, when it is steep, the path is wet, or you are simply tired.

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