Short Annapurna base camp trek is great introductory trek that leads you the base camp of 10th highest peak’s on the planet . Visit Himalaya Treks design Annapurna Base Camp trek for travels who has limited time but willing to do lifetime adventure surrounding the nearest mountain in Nepal. The Short Annapurna Base Camp trek provides spectacular scenery the great beauty of nature as well as the unexpected trekking experience during the holidays in Nepal.
Annapurna Base Camp lies at a height of 4,135 meters above sea level and where mountaineers start their summit of Annapurna I (8,091 meters) , the 10th highest peak in the world. The Annapurna Base Camp trek trail traverses a variety of terrain ranging from glacier moraine and rice terraces to rocky stone steps and, along the way, offers an amphitheater of huge Himalayan peaks in front of you. In addition to the great scenery, of this trek takes you through the villages of the ethnic communities of Gurung and Magar. While this trek can be undertaken all year round, it is especially beautiful during spring as rhododendron flowers along the trail turn red, pink and white. The ABC is a classic trail and is recommended for anyone looking for a great trekking experience!
The route we will folow.
After breakfast in your hotel in Kathmandu, we transfer you domestic airport for flight to Pokhara, better known by Lake City. Taking a short flight to Pokhara we will drive to Ghandruk about 2 and half hours, and began our short Annapurna Base Camp trek from Ghandruk. We will trek via Komrong, Chomrong, Sinuwa, Bamboo, Dovan, Himalaya, Deurali, MBC, and ABC. After reaching Annapurna Base Camp, we will retrace following the same trail we walked earlier days toward to New Bridge and from New Bridge we will follow Modi Khola toward to Siwain (Kilyo). In Siwain (Kilyo) we will meet our land transport and drive back to Pokhara and end our Journey here.
Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek’s itinerary;
Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m).
Day 02: Fly to Pokhara and Drive to Ghandruk (1700m).
Day 03: Trek to Sinuwa 2360m (6 – 7 hours).
Day 04: Trek to Deurali 3230 (6-7 hours).
Day 05: Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) 4130m (5-6 hours).
Day 60: Trek Back to Dobhan 2600m (5 -6 hours).
Day 07: Trek back to Jhinu Danda (Hot spring) 1780m, 5-6 hours.
Day 08: Trek to Siwain and Drive to Pokhara (820m) 3 hours trek and 2 hours’ drive.
Day 09: Drive to Kathmandu 6-7 hours.
Day 10: Departure from Kathmandu.
Service Includes on trip cost.
01: Kathmandu – Pokhara – Domestic flight.
02: Pokhara to Kande Land transport by Private Car, Van, Bus.
03: Accommodation 2 in sharing basis, breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee while on trek.
04: Experience guide including his accommodation, food, salary.
05: Porter to carry your baggage (2 in sharing porter) Maximum baggage load 10 to 12 KG each clients.
06: Accommodation, food, salary, for porter.
07: Annapurna Conservation entry permits and TIMS Card.
08: Land transport Kimche (Kilyu) to Pokhara.
09: Guide, Porter Land transport – Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu.
10: Government taxes and service Charge.
Service Excludes on trip cost.
01: Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
03: Nepal entry visa Fees.
04: Personal expenses like, Shower, Laundry, Internet, Phone, Heater charge, Drinking water.
05: Tipping for Driver, Guide, and Porter.
06: Pokhara – Kathmandu transport cost (Flight 0r Land transport)
07: Any other service mentioned then above includes section.
|Visit Himalaya Treks has always been keen on safety on the journey. We have prepared Trekking Equipment List which the trekkers will need during their trek in Nepal. The following list should help you with your packing. Generally, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG. You must bring the following items:|
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