Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek-Cost, Distance, Itinerary, In Nepal

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Introduction To Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek

The Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek take you through two of the world’s most popular hiking regions: Annapurna and Everest. The 17-day adventure includes a variety of breathtaking sights as well as interesting cultural encounters.

The Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek begin in Kathmandu, Nepal’s old capital, from where we fly to Pokhara. From Nayapul, the true trekking experience begins. Arriving at Poon Hill (3210m) is a reward in and of itself, as it is widely regarded as one of the world’s most stunning perspectives.

We fly back to Kathmandu from Pokhara after Ghandruk. The next day, we fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. The trip continues from Lukla to Namche Bazaar through the rich greenery of Sagarmatha National Park, with pine trees, rhododendron blooms, and a wealth of wildlife.

The following days’ trekking will take us to Tengboche, which is home to the world’s highest Buddhist monastery. We retrace our steps back to Kathmandu from Tengboche, bringing the Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek to a close.

Highlights Of Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek In  Nepal

  • Hike on two of the world’s most recognized trekking routes: The Everest region and the Annapurna region.
  • Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing.
  • Pokhara, the lake city, is visited for sightseeing.
  • Get stunning views of the Himalayan giants.

What To Expect From Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek In Nepal?

Annapurna Sunrise & Everest View Trek
Destination: Annapurna Sunrise & Everest View Trek (Source: Intrepid Travel)
  • Short but exciting hike.
  • From Poon Hill, a spectacular sunrise with a mountain backdrop (3,210m).
  • A walk through the lovely and brilliant Rhododendron blooms and an exploration of Gurung culture and Ghandruk hamlet.
  • Explore Namche Bazaar and see Everest, the world’s tallest mountain.

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Short Overview Of Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek

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  • The Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek is a unique trekking experience designed for individuals with limited time and a desire to see both the Annapurna and Everest regions of Nepal.
  • Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trekking combine Annapurna View Tour and Everest View Trek into one trek.
  • The main advantage of  Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Treks  is that you will be able to see several prominent Annapurna peaks such as Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna II (7937m), Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Machhapuchhre (6993m), Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri (8167m), Hiunchuli (6441m), Lamjung Himal (6931m), and many.
  • You can also get spectacular mountain views of Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, and other peaks in the Everest region.


We will be met at the Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu by a representative from Himalayan Glacier, who will transport us to our accommodation. We rest or go to the Himalayan Glacier's office after checking in. We may also take a stroll through Thamel, Kathmandu's tourist district, to do some souvenir shopping. A welcome supper will be served by Himalayan Glacier in the evening. You will be served excellent Nepalese cuisine for dinner, which will give you an introduction to the country's culinary culture. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

After breakfast, we will go on a tour of some of Kathmandu's greatest historical and spiritual sites. The historic Durbar Square, the sacred Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, the famed 'Monkey Temple' (Swayambhunath), and the Buddhist shrine (Bouddhanath), which is one of the world's largest stupas, are the all World Heritage Sites. A pre-trip meeting will take place at midday when we will meet our trek leader and other team members. We can also ask whatever queries we have concerning our excursion and find out what we have to look forward to. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

We fly to Pokhara early in the morning and have spectacular views of the Himalayas from the right side of the plane. We are rewarded with stunning vistas of the Himalayas upon our arrival in Pokhara, the gorgeous lake city, featuring Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machhapuchhre, the five peaks of Annapurna, and others. We drive to Naya Pul and begin the trek after taking a break. We walk through subtropical valley forests, occasionally on a carved trail on the cliff's edge. After lunch, we take a bridge across the Bhurungdi Khola (river) to Tikhedhunga hamlet. The Ulleri Hill, with its hundreds of steps and boulders that keep going up, will put our stamina to the test. We arrive in Ulleri in the late afternoon. Overnight in Ulleri.

We ascend to Ghorepani village after breakfast. Ghorepani means 'horse-water' in Nepali, as it was once an important trading post before becoming a trekker's stop. Ghorepani is a charming town with a variety of modest stores and kiosks selling local goods and crafts. The town is divided into two sections, one situated in a saddle and the other a few hundred feet below. We come to a halt on the higher ground of Ghorepani hamlet, which provides panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including Annapurna South and the Nilgiri ranges. Since Ghorepani lies quite higher than our previous stop, we begin to feel the chilly weather, especially in the evenings. Ghorepani is where you'll spend the night.

We start early in the morning to ascend the hard trail to the viewpoint of Poon Hill (3,210m/10,529ft), the most popular trekking site in the Annapurna region, to see the sunrise over the Himalayas. It's also a fantastic vantage point for viewing Mustang, Pokhara, and more than 20 of the world's highest peaks, including close-up views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. The high mountains' snowy summits loom above and around us, shimmering in the dawn light. We return to Ghorepani after snapping photographs and enjoying some coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. We drive east after breakfast and climb a neighboring mountain. We descend through rhododendron trees and pass by several stunning waterfalls before arriving at Tadapani for the night.

We descend steeply from Tadapani through the deep and dark forest. This section of the hike will take you through a dense forest of ancient rhododendrons. These forests transform into magnificent gardens when the rhododendron trees are in flower. Depending on the season of travel, we may also be able to see cherry blossoms in bloom on the slopes on the opposite side of the valley by the afternoon. After a few more minutes of climbing, we arrive in Ghandruk, a slope community with stone buildings primarily inhabited by Gurung people. We learn about the Gurung people's simple but rich cultural traditions at the Gurung Museum in Ghandruk, in addition to admiring the stunningly close-up towering views of Fishtail, Annapurna South, and Hiunchuli mountains.

Today we will trek from Ghandruk to Naya Pul and then return to Pokhara by car. All the way to Birethanti, the trip will be downhill. We take a stone-slab-paved staircase that curves in and out of the settlement before leading to terraced farmland. From Ghandruk to the Modi Khola river valley, it descends virtually without stopping. A half-hour walk from Birethanti leads us to Naya Pul. At Nayapul, the trek on foot comes to an end. Then we drive to Pokhara, where we will spend the night.

In the afternoon, we fly to Kathmandu. The Himalayan range may be seen from the left side of the plane. We will be escorted to our hotel upon arrival in Kathmandu. We take it easy for the rest of the day, catching up on some last-minute shopping or exploring any monuments we missed on our first day in Kathmandu. In the evening, we will enjoy a farewell meal to commemorate the successful conclusion of our voyage. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

During the 40-minute trip from Kathmandu to Lukla (9,186 feet), we fly over one of the world's most scenic air routes, culminating on a hillside surrounded by high mountain peaks. We meet our other crew members at Lukla, a gateway destination from which our climb begins, and begin packing and arranging with them. We begin trekking from Lukla. We'll arrive at a Cheplung town after an hour of gentle descent, with a view of Mount Khumbila (18900 ft), a sacred mountain that has never been climbed. We next steadily descend from Cheplung to Phakding, where we will spend the night.

After breakfast, we stroll through gorgeous pine trees before continuing down the Dudh Koshi River to Namche Bazaar, where our nature-filled tour concludes. We come across the gleaming Mt. Thamserku (6,608 m) on our right after roughly an hour of walking, and we also enjoy the serenity of pine, fir, and juniper forests along our trek. We might even catch a peek of Mt. Everest peering over the Lhotse-Nuptse range if the weather is clear. We keep going till we reach the Sagarmatha National Park entry, Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Mt. Everest and the region's primary trading center. On this day, we will cross five suspension bridges, the highest of which is the Hillary Bridge. The walk from Hillary Bridge to Namche Bazaar is steep. Namche Bazaar is where you'll spend the night.

This day is dedicated to acclimatization. Instead of sitting idle, health professionals encourage us be active and walk around even on rest days. We take a stroll through Namche's charming villages, where we meet the Sherpa people and learn about their rich culture. We visit the local museum in Namche village, which has exhibits on the area's native flora and fauna, as well as the history of the Mount Everest region. Namche Bazaar is where you'll spend the night.

The day's excursion begins with a climb to Syangboche's famous airfield. The Everest View Hotel, located just above the airstrip, offers a close-up view of the mighty Everest. We continue our trek to Khumjung village, which is bordered by the sacred Khumbila mountains and the Kondge, Thamserku, and Thamserku peaks. We go to the Edmund Hillary School and the Khumjung Monastery (which is famed for housing the Yeti's head!). Khumjung is where you'll spend the night.

On our way to the Dudhkoshi River, we pass through some lovely villages. We take a trail through the woods that leads to a riverbank. After that, we climb for another two hours through pine and fir forests to reach Tengboche, a little town. Tengboche Gumba, the greatest monastery in Nepal's Khumbu area, is also located in the settlement. It is located at 3,867 meters. We take a tour of the Gumba and get a bird's-eye view of the Himalayas, including Tawache, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Everest. Tengboche is where you will spend the night.

We walk down a trail that winds through rhododendron and juniper-covered hillsides. We stroll alongside the Dudh Koshi gorge, dropping fast through pine forests, after passing a prayer-flag-draped bridge over the Dudh Koshi River. Mountain goats, snow leopards, and a colorful environment may be encountered along the journey. We arrive at Namche Bazaar after passing through a Chorten. From this junction, we have spectacular views of the surrounding area. Before reaching Monjo, we continue our journey with a steady descent down a hill and a few bridge crossings. Monjo is where you'll spend the night.

Before cutting up to the airfield in Chauri Kharka, the trail drops considerably. We pass through the villages of Phakding and Chopling on our way. The climb from Chauri Kharka is the trek's final ascent. Because the local personnel you met in Lukla will not accompany you to Kathmandu, today is the last day you can all celebrate your achievement together. Lukla is where you will spend the night.

We fly to Kathmandu first thing in the morning. Our trip leader will drop us off at our hotel, and the rest of the day is ours to do as we like. We can take a stroll through the streets of Thamel, a popular tourist destination in Kathmandu, to look for souvenirs. You might also go to nearby tourist sites. In any case, a goodbye meal will be held to commemorate our journey's happy conclusion. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

Today is the last day of our journey. About 3 hours before our scheduled flight, a representative from Himalayan Glacier would drop us off at the airport. We'll have plenty of time on the way home to plan our future excursion in Nepal's gorgeous land.



  • -A private vehicle will pick you up and drop you off at the airport.
  • -During the journey, you'll stay in a teahouse.
  • -Pokhara and Kathmandu both have 3-star hotels (with breakfast).
  • -During the walk, all meals are provided.
  • -Welcome and farewell dinners will be held.
  • -Flights inside the United States (Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu, and Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu).
  • -Kathmandu city trip with a guide.
  • -Depending on the schedule, there may be an entrance fee for sightseeing or monument visits.
  • -A government-licensed trek leader with years of expertise and an assistant trek leader (4 trekkers will get 1 guide).
  • -Service of a porter (2 trekkers will get 1 porter).
  • -Insurance, salary, equipment, food, airfares, and lodging are all expenses for employees.
  • -Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned back after the trip).
  • -The trekkers will receive a T-shirt and a Trekking Map from the Alpine Club of Himalayas.
  • -All of the documentation and permits, such as ACAP, TIMS, and a National Park Permit, are required.
  • -The trek leader carries a medical first-aid kit.
  • -All federal, state, and local taxes.


  • -VISA FEE IN NEPAL (cash plus 2 passport-size photographs).
  • -Charges for excess baggage.
  • -Except for what is indicated in the inclusions, private transportation expenses apply.
  • -Extra nights are required in Pokhara and Kathmandu due to circumstances such as early arrivals, late departures, or an earlier return from the mountains than planned for any reason.
  • -In the case of early returns, lunch, and dinner will be served in Pokhara and Kathmandu.
  • -Laundry, bar, phone calls, battery recharge, extra porters, bottled water, shower, and other personal costs
  • -International flights.
  • -Insurance for travel and rescue.
  • -Porters and guides should be given tips.

Annapurna Sunrise and Everest View Trek-17 Days

Which is harder Everest base camp or Annapurna?

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The Everest Base Camp journey is more difficult than the Annapurna Circuit trek since it is a much longer route overall.

Is Annapurna higher than Everest?

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Annapurna Base Camp is located at a height of 4130 meters, while Everest Base Camp is located at a height of 5380 meters. This means that Everest Base Camp is colder than Annapurna Base Camp on any given day.

How much does it cost to go to Annapurna base camp?

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The Annapurna Base Camp Trip is not the most expensive trek in Nepal due to its typical time and difficulty. Prices range from 700 USD to 1000 USD (600 EUR to 900 EUR).

What is the cost of Everest Base Camp Trek?

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How much does a trek to Everest base camp cost? Everest Base Camp might cost anything between INR 35,000 and INR 40,000.

Can you do Everest Base Camp trek on your own?

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To trek to Everest Base Camp, you’ll need at least two permits. These will most likely be provided by your tour organizer, but if you’re trekking alone, you’ll have to arrange them yourself. Permit for Sagarmatha National Park: This can be purchased for about $25 at the Nepal Tourism Board headquarters in Kathmandu.

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