Annapurna Circuit Treks Itinerary

Day to day itinerary

Day Target Walking hours Ending Altitude Net Gain/Loss Comments
1 Kathmandu 1400m Welcome you by an official representative up on arrival, transfer to the hotel, followed by welcome dinner at evening with typical Nepalese meals and folk dances, overnight at hotel.
2 Kathmandu 1400m Sightseeing by a professional tourist guide to visit Pashupati,Bauddha,Shwayambhu and Kathmandu darbar square and necessary preparation for the trek, overnight at hotel.
3 Bahundanda 950m -450m 6/7 hours drive from Kathmandu to Besishahar via Tribhuvan highway then again 1 hour drive to Bahundanda, overnight.
4 Chamje 5-6 1400m 450m Walk through the landscape and green mountains through the bank of Marshyangdi river, reach to Syange, again Jagat then to Chamje, overnight.
5 Dharapani 5-6 1960m 560m We walk via the rice paddy fields, bamboo forest via Tal, then again 2 hours walk to Dharapani, overnight.
6 Chame 4-5 2700m 740m Comparatively it’s a hard walk on the trek up Dharapani from Chame with the views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II and IV, overnight.
7 Pisang 5-6 3300m 5oom This day, the trail descends to Kimrong stream through the forest of rhododendron. We then walk towards Chhomrong(2020m) crossing through the Gurjung village which offers you close views of Mt. Annapurna south and Hiunchuli and the virgin peak, Fishtail (Machhapuchchhre) then will reach our destination Sinuwa, over night.
8 Manang 5-6 3500m 200m We will walk through upper Pisang via Geru, which is the best way to climb up to Manang, overnight.
9 Manang rest Today, we will stay a night in Manang to acclimatize as we just gain 200m altitude but the weather further more  colder and drier, overnight.
10 Yak Kharka 4-5 4100m 600m The trial goes up gradually to high, walk through village Tenki to Ghunsa then arrives Yak Kharka, overnight.
11 Thorang Phedi 3-4 4600 500m We are just behind the day to cross high pass-Thorang La, walk from Yak Kharka to Throng Phedi is not that much hard but to adjust with altitude is most important, after 3 hours walk brings to Thorang Phedi, which is also the rest place before cross high pass, overnight.
12 Thorang La/ Muktinath 6-7 5415m/ 3800m 815m/-800m It’s the most important day of the trek, really early morning move forward to cross the high pass, after descend it we reach to Muktinath through Kali Gandaki river and its gorge, overnight.
13 Marpha 5-6 2670m -1130m Early morning we make a small sight seen around Muktinath temple (A holi pilgrimage for Hindus & Buddhists) then we walk through again Kaligandai river to Marpha village, overnight.
14 Ghasa 5-6 2120m -550m Marpha also famous for apple and local Brandi-Marpha from apple juice, we continue to walk from Marpah to Ghasa with scenery of mountain range, overnight.
15 Tatopani 5-6 1200m -920m Exploring the culture of local ethnic people, 5 hours walk brings Tatopani, overnight.
16 Ghorepani 5-6 2850m 1650m The trial goes up to high from Tatopani again through Ghara and Shikha villages to Ghorepani, overnight.
17 Tadapani 5-6 2700m -150 Climb up to Poon Hill (3210 meters) early in the morning to see the panoramic views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung Himalayan ranges as well as sunrise over the tolerable Himalayas. Experiencing the great views of Himalayan panorama from Poon Hill, we descend to Ghorepani. After breakfast, continue downhill trek to Tadapani (2625meter). The trail goes a long the ridges of rhododendron and pine forest till the Tadapani, overnight.
18 Ghandruk/ Pokhara 3-4 1950m/ 800m -1900m It’s the last day of our treks, we walk to Ghandruk, then again Nayapul then an hour drive makes to arrival in the beautiful city Pokhara, overnight.
19 Kathmandu 1400m 600m Either by 45 mins flight or 5/6 hrs drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu, overnight.
20 Kathmandu It’s a day for rest, shopping and farewell friend, at evening followed by farewell dinner at typical Nepalese restaurant with meals and dances, overnight.
21 Kathmandu Finally its a day to leave Kathmandu, official representative drop you to the international airport for your departure.

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