Annapurna Base Camp Trekking- Itinerary, Distance, Cost In Nepal

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Introduction To Annapurna Base Camp Trek In Nepal

This Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of Nepal’s most popular and somewhat difficult treks. This walk is easier and shorter than other high-altitude excursions.

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek may be completed by any fit individual with a little determination.

During the trek, you’ll see a variety of scenery, learn about traditional highland culture, and experience a variety of weather. Stunning views of the Annapurna range, Macchapuchhre, Hiunchuli, and Dhaulagiri are also available.

Because you trek inside the Annapurna Conservation Area, the ABC Trek is also known as the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. The Annapurna Sanctuary is encircled by Annapurna ranges and is home to rich flora, fauna, and ethnic Gurung and Magar settlements.

The sanctuary contains a healthy Himalayan environment with drier regions due to its unique geography. At the foothills of the Annapurna range, there are also dainty Thakali villages.

Terraced paddy fields, dense pine, and bamboo woods, and the peacefulness that envelops you throughout your trip can transport you to a different time away from the rush and bustle of the cities.

Your adventure to the ABC Trek begins with a tourist bus ride from Kathmandu to Pokhara. Pokhara is Nepal’s tourist hub, and we are confident that you will be wowed by its beauty. Many mountains and lovely lakes may be seen from Pokhara (820 meters / 2,690 feet).

The second day begins with a drive from Pokhara to Tikhedunga through Birethanti (1039m / 3,250ft). The true trekking begins from Tikhedhunga, where we follow a trail through rice fields along the Modi River to Ulleri (1,540m / 5,050ft), the day’s objective.

Ghorepani (2,860m / 9,385ft) is the destination for the next day’s hike. The Annapurna massifs, Dhaulagiri, Tukuche, Dhampas, Nilgiri, Barash Sikhar, and Machhapuchre can all be seen from Ghorepani (Fishtail).

The fourth day will be particularly memorable because you will be visiting the famous Poon Hill viewpoint.

To get the most out of Poon Hill (3,210m / 10,525ft), we’ll get up early and trek to Poon Hill to watch the sunrise over more than 32 Annapurna ranges, as well as Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri. We drive to Tadapani (2,630m / 8,630ft) for the night after taking in the magnificent views from Poon Hill.

We leave Tadapani for Chomrong (2,165m / 7,105ft) the next morning after spending the night there. We continue our walk to Chomrong by passing through Ghandruk, which descends to the Kirmron River. For ABC trekkers, Chomrong is a favorite overnight stop.

The next day, we’ll wake up in Chomrong, eat breakfast, and begin our walk to the Himalayas (2,890 meters / 9,425 feet). The path follows the Chomrong River through a charming village before ascending to the Modi River Valley, where we will spend the night.

We leave Himalaya on the sixth day and climb to Base Camp. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I (8,097m/26,566ft), Gangapurna, Khangsar Kang, Annapurna III, and Machhapuchhare provide breathtaking views of glaciers and mountain ranges. We’ll be staying at the Base Camp itself for the night.

The next day, we’ll leave Annapurna Sanctuary and retrace our steps out of the Modi River Valley to Bamboo, a peaceful rest stop where we’ll spend the night. We leave Bamboo the next morning and climb to Jhinu Danda (1,780m / 6,393ft). Natural hot springs may be found at Jhinu Danda, where we can rest and relieve our aching muscles.

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Destination: Annapurna Base Camp Trek (Source: Exciting Nepal)

If all goes well, we will leave Jhinu Danda on the tenth day and follow the Modi Khola to Ghandruk Phedi (1,150m / 3,770ft). We will drive to Pokhara via Nayapul from Ghandruk Phedi / Siwa. This is your final day in the hiking region, and you’ll be staying in a hotel in Pokhara for the night. We’ll take a tourist bus back to Kathmandu early the next morning.

The ABC trip is not extremely difficult, but it does provide you the opportunity to observe the Himalayan (Annapurna) region’s outstanding natural splendor.

The Annapurna Base Camp trip begins with 6-7-hour bus travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara (about 200 kilometers), although you can also fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara for a fee. For tour briefing, we also propose that our guests arrive in Kathmandu by 3 p.m. one day prior to the trip departure date. We’ll set your hike expectations and double-check the gear, equipment, and luggage you’ll need at the trip briefing.

Highlights Of Annapurna Base Camp Trek In Nepal

  • Sunrise views of the Annapurna range from the Poon Hill viewpoint, including Dhaulagiri I (8,167m / 26,795ft),
  • Annapurna I (8,091m / 26,545m), and Nilgiri (7,061m / 23,166ft).
  • Annapurna Base Camp is located at the foot of Annapurna I. (4,130m)
  • Flora and wildlife are abundant.
  • Jhinu Danda’s hot springs
  • Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Khangsar, Gangapurna, Annapurna III, and Machhapuchhare offer breathtaking vistas.
  • Ghandrunk has lovely villages and agriculture.
  • A look into Nepalese rural life

Benefits Of Annapurna Base Camp Trek In Nepal

  • Free private airport arrival and departure transfers to and from the hotel
  • During the trek, you can store your excess luggage for free.
  • Pulse oximeters are used to measure blood oxygen saturation levels at high elevations in order to detect early signs of altitude sickness and other health concerns.
  • First-aid kit
  • Arrangements for sleeping bags and down jackets (if you don’t have your own)

Equipment list for ABC Tour Package

ABC Trek requires varied gear (clothes) depending on the season, but we have developed a list for you. We recommend that you simply carry the essentials.


  • Scarf or hat for the sun
  • Winter hat, insulating hat, or a hat with a wide brim
  • Extra batteries for the headlight


  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses that block UV rays
  • Wipes for the face and body


  • Lightweight gloves

  • Heavyweight winter gloves


  • Shirts for hiking
  • Shirt with a long sleeve made of synthetic fiber.
  • Rain jacket with hood
  • Jacket made of fleece
  • Cotton pants that are light and airy.
  • T-shirt (bring lightweight wool)
  • Underwear made of polypropylene
  • Jacket with down feathers (available for rent in Kathmandu)
  • Sweater
  • Jacket and pants that are waterproof


  • Boots for Hiking
  • Socks made of thick wool (Take an extra pair of thick light socks)

Essential gear

  • A daypack or a backpack (Size depends on whether you take a porter or not)
  • Bottle with a heating element
  • Purification of water
  • Pole for hiking
  • Bag for sleeping (-15 degree bag is best for high altitude trekking)


  • a drying towel of medium size
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Deodorant/floss/toilet paper
  • Biodegradable soap in a bar
  • a pair of nail clippers
  • Mirror, little

Personal accessories

  • Money

  • Watch

  • Cell phone

  • Camera

Extra items

  • Kit for first aid
  • Extra passport pictures and passport photocopies
  • Pencil and notebook
  • Binoculars
Destination: Annapurna Base Camp Trek (Source: BucketListly Blog)

Annapurna Trek Difficulty, Cost, Insurance, Safety & Best time

Travel to the Annapurna Base Camp in 2022-2023

Central Nepal is home to the massive Mt Annapurna massif. Pokhara is about 50 kilometers away from the ABC.

ABC is one of the most well-known tourist destinations. Annapurna Trek has even been suggested by National Geographic as a once-in-a-lifetime experience location. It is the most popular long-distance trek in the world.

We organize ABC trips that are both safe and secure.

You can begin the ABC trek with a picturesque drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara or a 20-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara (for additional cost). We drive from Pokhara to Tikhedhunga, and from there, the actual trekking begins. The trekking areas are relatively remote, with few lodges and hotels. As a result, the safety of all trekkers must be ensured.

Here are some suggestions for safe ABC trips.

  • Our guides have received extensive wilderness first-aid training, and we utilize high-quality masks, gloves, and hand sanitizers on a daily basis.
  • For motivation and encouragement, we brighten your attitude.
  • We review meals and accommodations for hygiene.
  • Our trip leaders and guides have years of trekking experience.

Flight cost is not included in the trip package.

ABC Trek in Nepal

Kathmandu is the starting point for your Annapurna journey. We will meet you at Tribhuwan International Airport and transport you in a private vehicle to your accommodation. However, you must attend a trip briefing at the office one day before the trek’s departure.

The next day, we’ll travel to Pokhara. The tourist bus leaves Sorakhutte, Kathmandu, around 7 a.m.

The package includes transportation by tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara. You can fly to Pokhara in 25 minutes or hire a private vehicle for an extra fee.

Free transfer from Airport to the hotel and vice-versa

We provide a free airport pick-up and drop-off service to your chosen hotel. At the Tribhuvan International Airport, a representative will greet and welcome you. They will have a leaflet with your name on it and will give you either a Marigold garland or a khada as a welcoming gesture. Then, in a private vehicle, they will transport you to your hotel. Similarly, when you return, we will transport you from your accommodation to the airport.

Accommodation during ABC Trek

The ABC Trek includes eight nights of lodge-to-lodge lodging in the trekking zones and two nights in a Pokhara hotel.

At Ulleri, Ghorepani, Chomrong, and Jhinu Danda, we offer four nights in accommodations with an attached bathroom, and four nights in regular rooms at Tadapani, Himalayan, ABC, and Bamboo (Generally twin Sharing rooms).

You will stay in a hotel in Pokhara for two nights, in a room with an attached bathroom, TV, 24-hour hot water, electricity, and a laundry facility.

Wherever possible, we offer a single private room with an attached bathroom to solitary trekkers, as well as single private lodging in other locations.

Two nights of hotel accommodation in Kathmandu may be required before and after the trek, but this is not included in the package. Kathmandu has a variety of hotels to suit your needs and budget.

Hotel/lodge hot showers and Wi-Fi are provided for an additional fee.

Food during ABC Trek

Because the ABC Trek takes place in the high Himalayas, enough nourishing food is required. In rural regions, you will find lots of nutritious food, but there will be fewer selections than in cities.

The following are some of the most popular menu items:

Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, French toast with jam, butter, and cheese, Honey Tibetan bread or Chapati, and local Tsampa porridge are among the ten breakfast options. Fruits, Vegetables, Eggs, Pancakes, Muesli Breads Drinks that are heated (varieties of teas and coffees, hot chocolates, etc.)

Dhal, Bhat, Tarkari, Tibetan Bread, Soups, Momo (dumplings), Macaroni meals, Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles, Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable curry, Potatoes, Vegetables, Salad Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed), Snacks (Papad, Prawn), Desserts (Rice Pudding, Apple Pie), etc.

Dhal, Bhat, Tarkari, Tibetan Bread, Soups, Sherpa Stew, Steaks, Sandwiches, Momo (dumplings), Macaroni, Tenduk Spaghetti, Noodles Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable curry, Potato items, Vegetable and salad Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed), Snacks (Papad, Prawn), Korean Raman, Desserts (Rice

Local, Asian, and western cuisine are available on the menu in trek sections, although the menu gets shorter as we ascend.

At high elevations, we strongly advise you to consume fresh vegetables and drink liquids such as green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup (must).

Though there will be lots of non-vegetarian options in the trekking areas, we recommend avoiding them due to cleanliness concerns. We also advise you to avoid dairy, cheese, alcoholic beverages, caffeinated beverages, and hot chocolates.

All personal costs (alcoholic, hot (tea, coffee), and cold drinks) in tea houses, lodges, or cafés are excluded from the package, save for standard meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner with seasonal fruits).

Best Time to Hike ABC

While trekking to ABC, the weather is the most important element. Though you may trek to Base Camp at any time of year, the finest weather and vistas are in the spring and autumn. If you want to be more adventurous, you can go trekking in the winter or during the monsoon.

Here’s a look at the weather at high elevations in the ABC areas during various seasons.

March-May (spring)

One of the best times to trek to Annapurna Base Camp is in the spring (March-May). The weather is pleasant, the rainfall is light, and the trekking conditions are ideal during this season. The average daily temperature in the ABC ranges from 10 to 0 degrees Celsius. Even warmer are the lower hike zones.

From mid-March until mid-May, the temperature begins to rise. The spring weather is pleasant, the skies are clear, and the best mountain vistas are available. After March, the trekking season begins, and by April, the trek route is adorned with red, pink, and white rhododendron blooms.

June to August (summer)

Summer in Nepal lasts from June to August, but it overlaps with the monsoon season. Even though the temperatures are hot at high elevations, the rain makes the trails wet and slick.

At high heights, daytime temperatures often range from 10°C to 23°C, with nighttime temperatures falling between 5°C and 10°C. Mornings are usually clear, but clouds gather in the afternoon and vanish at night.

The vegetation blossoms in the summer, providing rich views that are not available in other seasons.

September to November (autumn)

Autumn (September, October, and November) is a great time to visit the ABC because of the pleasant temperatures, low humidity, and low precipitation.

The sun shines brilliantly, the sky is clear, and you get a spectacular view of the mountains during this time of year. The night skies are also clear, allowing you to take in the beauty of the night sky.

By early September, the monsoons will have passed, and the weather will be mild to warm. In high heights, daytime temperatures can reach 20°C; nights are cooler, with temperatures around 5°C.

The monsoon greens fade to golden/amber, creating a stunning contrast against the crystal blue skies, while the terraced fields’ grains begin to ripen. The lowlands are lush and the environment is clean. Dashain and Tihar, Nepal’s two most important festivals, fall during these months, allowing you to enjoy the joyful atmosphere.

December to February (winter)

Winter excursions to the ABC are somewhat popular (December to February). During this season, the ABC Trek zones are frigid, yet this excites brave hikers. The temperature at the ABC can drop to -10°C.

From December to early February, the weather is the coldest. After late February, the temperature progressively warms. The weather is good during the day, with plenty of sunshine. Despite the cold, the winter sky is frequently clear, mountain views are at their best with snowy peaks, and paths are less crowded. Although it is not the finest trekking season for beginners, experienced trekkers would have little difficulty.

The weather in the Himalayas is changeable and unpredictable.

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements for ABC Trekking

The ABC Trip is a somewhat difficult trek. The hike takes about 6 to 7 hours per day, with breaks to take in the breathtaking mountain vistas. Long climbs, severe descents, and straight highways are all part of the trek routes.

Previous hiking experience would be beneficial for the ABC hike, but no technical experience or talent is required.

This trek can be completed by hikers who can walk at a moderate speed for 6 to 7 hours while carrying a light day pack. On other days, you’ll need to walk for longer periods of time. As a result, you must be physically fit, as trekking at higher elevations is extremely hard.

You will appreciate trekking more if you are physically fit. You can complete the trek if you are in good health, have normal physical fitness, have a cheerful attitude, and have self-confidence.

Participants with pre-existing medical concerns including heart, lung, or blood disorders should let us know before signing up for the walk.

Travel insurance for ABC Trek

Because the ABC Trek takes place at a high altitude, there is a danger of altitude sickness as well as other unforeseen incidents like landslides.

As a result, travel insurance is required for the ABC journey. Before beginning the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, all trekkers must produce a copy of their complete travel insurance policy certificate. Medical and emergency repatriation must be covered, as well as helicopter rescue and evacuation costs at high altitudes.

We can make insurance company recommendations based on our clients’ experiences, but we do not sell life insurance.

After booking a hike, all trekkers must submit comprehensive insurance information. In the event of an emergency, your insurance policy and other documentation will be used to conduct a timely and effective rescue effort.

Please double-check that your insurance covers the cost of mountain rescue as well as medical expenses at the highest trek elevations.

We advise our clients to contact their insurance provider and confirm that their policies cover helicopter rescue and evacuation at heights of up to 6,000 meters. Do not rely solely on the information on their website.

Nepal Tourist Visa

Except for Indians, all foreigners must have a valid visa to enter Nepal. An on-arrival visa can be obtained at the Tribhuvan International Airport or at border crossing sites.

You’ll need a passport that’s valid for at least six months, a passport-size photo, and visa fees to apply for a visa. The current cost of a 30-day visa is $50 USD (to be paid in cash). More visa information is available at

Citizens of China and members of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka) are exempt from visa fees.

A free visa will be given to youngsters under the age of ten.

An on-arrival visa is not available to all countries. Contact your nearest Nepalese embassy if you are a citizen of Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, or Afghanistan.

We also advise our trekkers to add at least one or two extra days to their trip towards the conclusion in case of a delay.

Group / Single Treks

We can arrange both group and private treks. The larger your group, the greater the discount you will receive. Discounts are not available for parties.

We can accommodate any group size. A trekking guide and porters will be assigned to each party (one porter for every two trekkers). For trekking groups of 12 or more, we will additionally supply an assistance guide.

Travel Responsibly to the ABC

We are a company that specializes in eco-tours (treks). We recognize that increased tourist visits to trekking areas may have a negative impact on the local ecology. As a result, we make every effort not to disrupt the ecosystem in the trekking areas.

We collaborate with the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) to plan environmentally sustainable trips that benefit both trekkers and communities in the trekking areas.

Our Hiking Team

Our skilled and experienced guides/Sherpas will accompany you on your trek to ABC to ensure that you have a pleasant experience. Porters will carry your luggage, and if there are more than 12 people in your group, we will add an assistant guide.

Our crew members are Himalayans who have a high level of physical endurance and are accustomed to living at high altitudes.

We value each and every one of our employees. We cover their insurance, clothing, food, lodging, and equipment, in addition to their income, throughout the adventure.

When our guides and porters become unwell or injured, they receive medical attention. We make every effort to ensure that our employees are happy because we believe that only happy individuals can make other people happy.

Our employees have the following qualifications:

  • Authorized Trekking Guide Training Certificate
  • Intensive Wilderness First Aid Training
  • Fluency in English and another major language
  • Conservation and Biodiversity Training
  • Experience with rock climbing

Tipping in Nepal

Tipping is accepted in Nepali culture and is seen as a sign of excellent service. Tipping is entirely up to the trekkers’ discretion and should be commensurate with the level of service received. We recommend tipping as a group at the end of the journey.

How secure is online booking?

We are a government-approved and bonded trek and tour company in Nepal.

We are members of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN).

As a result, you may book the tours with complete assurance. To book the trip, we require a 10% deposit. Please provide us with relevant documentation such as a passport copy, passport-size pictures, travel insurance policy, and arrival and departure airline data within a week of booking your trip.

You can make a payment via bank transfer, Western Union, or directly through our website. You can pay the remaining trip cost in cash, bank transfer, or credit card after you get to Nepal. We’ll also send you the payment information through email.

Last-minute ABC Tour package booking

It is preferable to reserve ahead of time, however for those who are unable to do so, We offer a special last-minute booking option.

If you make a last-minute reservation, you must pay in full for your trip 24 hours before the departure date.

We make every effort to run excursions at all times. However, in the event of a last-minute booking, we cannot be held liable for any delays caused by events beyond our control, such as bad weather or housing unavailability.

Trip Extensions after your ABC Tour

If you have extra days in Nepal after completing the ABC Trek, we can arrange sightseeing tours in and around Kathmandu Valley. A Chitwan jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, canyoning, and other adventures are also available.

Feedback is Highly Appreciated

After the ABC trek is completed, we will provide a farewell dinner in Kathmandu. The firm will offer you a trekking success certificate after the dinner (hard copy). You will also have the opportunity to provide us with feedback at the farewell supper.

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Overview Of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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  • The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the world’s most spectacular hikes, taking you through a variety of climates, landscapes, and culturally fascinating communities.
  • Fishtail, Hiunchuli, Annapurna Massif, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho, Pisang, Pungda Danda, and countless other peaks can all be seen from the Annapurna Base Camp.
  • You’ll stop by the famous Poon Hill viewpoint and rest in the natural hot water pool at Jhinu Danda along the route.


Today, the tour begins with a combination of local culture and tradition as well as a spectacular mountain panorama. Our guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Pokhara and transport you to Phedi by car/cab, after which you will hike via the picturesque town of Dhampus – Pothana and overnight in Tolka.

Today's plan is to hike from Tolka to Sinuwa (2310m), which will take about 7 hours. It's a pleasant walk at first, then a steady descent to Modi Khola after Landruk, then a crossing of a magnificent and large suspension bridge at Jhinu Danda, and then a difficult climb up to Chhomrong, another grand Gurung settlement. You will go down to the river and then climb back up to Sinuwa from this settlement. If the weather is fine, you will be able to enjoy a beautiful mountain perspective while staying at the Lodge.

We're going on a silent bush walk from Dovan to the Himalayas today. Mountains are thought to be sacred and holy. Annapurna is thought to mean "full of food" (feminine form) but is more commonly translated as Goddess of the Harvests. Annapurna is a Hindu mountain "... the mother who feeds... the universal and everlasting kitchen-goddess. Without her, there is famine and widespread terror. Her most well-known shrine is in Kashi, on the banks of the Ganga." Her link with the providing of food (money) led to her transformation into Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth, hence it is necessary to honor Mother Nature and create tranquil and calm circumstances from a religious standpoint. Stay in the lodge for the night.

The valley expands and becomes less steep above Deurali. We arrive at the location where some persons were killed by an avalanche a decade ago after trekking up a stone staircase. We should not remain in this potentially unsafe location for an extended period of time. Avalanche warnings have been issued for this location, so proceed with caution until you reach a safe location. As you continue walking, you will view and come closer to more stunning White Mountains. After Machhapuchhre Base Camp, the trail turns left into the valley, and it's a beautiful trip up ABC, albeit the air is thinner now. You might be feeling like you're at a high height right now. It is recommended that you should not rush and walk slowly. From Base Camp, you can now witness one of the best 360-degree mountain views in the world. The vistas of Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7219m), Machhapuchhre (Mt. Fishtail) (6997m), and other magnificent peaks are breathtaking. Stay in the lodge for the night.

We eat a nice breakfast and climb down to Dovan or Bamboo via MBC, Deurali, and Himalaya after enjoying the spectacular mountain views and a hot cup of tea or coffee. On the way, we stop for tea and lunch. Stay in the lodge for the night.

We travel up to Sinuwa for 30 minutes on a pleasant forest walk, then down to Chhumrung Khola, and walk up the long stone stairway to upper Chhomrung, then toward Komrong Khola, and up to a little pass called Komrong Danda, and then 30 minutes to Ghandruk. In the lodge for the night.

After breakfast, we trek to Siwai, which takes approximately 1 hour, and then drive to Pokhara in a shared jeep or bus, depending on your preference. We arrive at Pokhara after a 3 to 4-hour trip. Depending on your schedule, you have the option of flying to Kathmandu or driving. In Pokhara, stay in a hotel.



  • Private automobiles will pick you up and leave you off at the international airport, hotel, and airport for free.
  • During the mountain trek, full-board meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner/main course) are provided.
  • Alpine Ramble's trekking guide is an experienced, government-licensed English speaker.
  • The guide and porter's salaries, food, beverages, lodging, transportation, and insurance are all included.
  • All required documents, including the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit and the TIMS card (Trekking Information Management System) charge.
  • On request, trekking equipment such as a sleeping bag and a down jacket will be provided (optional)
  • A strong local porter to assist trekkers with their luggage during the trek (1 porter per 2 trekkers with maximum weights of 10kg each)
  • Accommodations: 6- During the walk, stay at one of the trekking lodges.
  • An assistant guide for groups of 8 or more people is a handful.
  • A nice tourist bus will transport you from Kathmandu to Pokhara and back to Kathmandu.
  • Private transportation from Pokhara to Nayapul and back to Pokhara
  • Snacks to supplement your meal: energy bars, crackers, cookies, and so on.
  • Every evening after dinner, a seasonal fresh fruit dessert.
  • After a successful trek, a certificate of appreciation is presented.
  • Farewell Dinner at a traditional Nepalese restaurant with cultural performances
  • Alpine Ramble will provide you with a free T-shirt, route map, and duffel bag (if required)
  • An oximeter is a device that measures your oxygen and pulse levels while on a mountain walk. It is highly beneficial for all trekkers to be aware of high altitude sickness.
  • Box of compressive first aid (Guide will carry it throughout the trek).
  • In the event of a difficult health situation, support in organizing an emergency rescue operation is available (funded by your Travel Insurance)
  • Expenses for the government, local taxes/vat, and official expenses


  • Fees for entering Nepal (you can easily issue the visa on arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu). For a 15-day Visa, it costs $25 USD.
  • Extra lodging and food are running late (Foods and accommodations before or after the trek)
  • Extra alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, such as Fanta, Coca-Cola, Sprite, tea, water, beer, and so on.
  • Additional costs incurred owing to factors beyond management's control, such as the landscape, weather, disease, changes in government regulations, strikes, and physical condition, among others.
  • Snacks, laundry, phone, WIFI, hot showers, and other personal costs at tea houses on a trek.
  • Emergency rescue evacuation from a high altitude must be covered by travel insurance.
  • This trek will require personal trekking equipment.
  • Recommendations for guides and staff (Tipping is customary.)
  • Any other costs not listed in the Price Include a portion of this journey.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek - 7 Days

Is it necessary to hire Guides/trekking agency for Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

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Not really. It depends on you. If you want, ABC trekking can be done independently. You could hire a guide and a porter by yourself instead of going through an agency or not hire a guide at all. Although, not having a guide can be a little problematic during off season.

It really depends on you. Is it your first time in Nepal? How confident are you of being able to find your way around? How pressed on time are you? If you go through an agency, it will be costlier but everything will be planned. You will only have to come, trek and return.

How much do guides and porters cost?

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For Annapurna region, pay for guides range from $20 to $30 per day and porters take $15 to $25 per day.

What is the difference between Annapurna base camp and circuit?

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The Annapurna Base Camp Trek reaches a maximum elevation of 13780 feet, whereas the Annapurna Circuit Trek reaches a height of around 17770 feet. As you can see, the two hikes differ by about 4000 feet, which is a significant difference.

Is there snowfall in Annapurna base camp?

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In December, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is fairly difficult, but it is another experience you can have on this trek. The beginning of the snowy season in the mountains occurs in December. On the trail in December, you can enjoy the new snowfall.

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