Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Trip Information
  • Trip Duration 13 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Destination Nepal
  • Max. Altitude 4,131m/ 13,553 feet
  • Start/End Kathmandu/kathmandu
  • Trip Type Trekking
  • Accommodation Hotel/Teahouse Lodge
  • Transport Car/Flight
  • Best Season Sep-Nov and Feb-May

Annapurna Base Camp Trek: 13 Days Itinerary, Map, Best Price

Annapurna Region of Nepal is the most beautiful walking holiday destination. If you are in search of all the constituents of remarkable journey like hills, forests, mountains, sunrise view points and multiethnic cultural villages then Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is an ideal choice. Book the best adventure holiday package and feed your soul the mesmerizing splendors of Mother Nature. If you have a desire to get surrounded by lofty mountains or get showered by impeccable hospitality of mountain people then this is the best package of Annapurna region trekking. The stupendous view as seen from Poon Hill or from Annapurna Base Camp both are the great features of Annapurna Sanctuary Trek.

Best suited for slow walkers or experienced hiker, Annapurna Base Camp Trek starts from road or flight to Lake City Pokhara. Hilly highway drive will take trekkers to Nayapool from where the walking starts. The first stay will be at Tikhedhunga or Ulleri depending upon the condition of our client. The steep route up the ridges to Ghorepani can be daunting but end product is magnificent. The scenery after Ghorepani is undoubtedly the best in the world. Early morning hiking of about 2 hours will take trekkers to famous sunrise view point of Poon hill. Outstanding Dhaulagiri range adorned by magnificent morning sunrays is delight to watch. Trail encompasses lush rhododendron forests and sightings of national bird of Nepal Danphe can also be seen. During February and March the forests looks splendid with different vibrant colors of rhododendron. The trail descends to Tadapani before heading to Chhomrung Village. Himalaya and Deurali paves way for trekkers to reach Annapurna Base Camp. Before reaching ABC the exploration of Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) is joy to behold. The mountain as seen from Pokhara will be right in front of your nose. Take as many pictures as possible while you stay in the base camp of world’s 10th tallest mountain. From this base camp the mountain vistas of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I, II, South, Himchuli, Baraha, Shikhar, Singa Chuli, Gangapurna and others seems spectacular. While returning trekkers follow the Jhinu route where you can enjoy hot natural water springs bathing as well.

Book the Annapurna Base Camp Trek with us and feel the mountain environment to the fullest. Our travel planners have formulated amazing itinerary of ABC trek. Experienced trekking crew members comprising of guides and porters having more than 10-15 years of experience will definitely make your trip successful. 

 

Major Highlights

  • Breathtaking mountain views of the Annapurna Range
  • Thorong La Mountain Pass
  •  Explore through the lush rhododendron forests
  • Interaction with the local people
  • Pass through the magnificent trails decorated with prayer flags
  • Visit one of the most popular religious heritage of Nepal- Muktinath Temple
  • Explore two of the most amazing cities- Pokhara and Kathmandu
  • Experience the friendly spirit and vibe of Nepalese people
  • Eye-wooing sunrise view from PoonHill
Itinerary
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Arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu
Welcome by Welcome Nepal Treks and Transfer to the hotel & briefing about program
Overnight at the hotel.

  • Max. Altitude: 1345m
  • Accommodation:Hotel

Our trekking guide will come to the hotel in the morning at six o’clock to pick you with private transport. We’ll drive to Pokhara (200 km) which will take us about 6 to 7 hours on a very scenic route. Along the journey you will witness some stunning scenery of snow capped mountains, green hills, rivers in rafting, and villages. The town of Pokhara is set on the banks of the Phewa Lake. It is smaller and much less hectic than Kathmandu providing the perfect starting point for our trek. Stay overnight at a hotel.

  • Max. Altitude: 950m
  • Day tour time:6 to 7 hours
  • Accommodation:Hotel

We take a short drive to Nayapul in the morning, and start the trek from Nayapul. After short preparation of the luggage for the porters and prepare yourself, the trail leads easy walk towards Birethanti along the River. A short check in formalities takes place at the ACAP office and the trail leads you towards Bhurundi khola along with the great scenery passing through several countryside villages all the way up to Tikhedhunga. Overnight at Tea house Lodge.
Overnight at the local lodge

  • Accommodation:local lodge

Today we prepare for the long uphill to Ulleri which has 3200 stone steeps which has amazing landscape with the valley and short range of Annapurna. It is a little tired for the up steps however this beautiful view gives you power to keep on walking. After a short walk from Ulleri the trail leads you through the forest of rhododendron which is national flower of Nepal. Then the trail continues leads uphill to Ghorepani which is on the top of the hill have excellent views of entire Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.
Overnight at the tea house lodge

  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

Get up early in the morning and go for to see the amazing sunrise in Poon Hill after wake up at early morning and an hour walk to Poon hill. The view of the shining mountains is good for photograph, after about one hours exiting sunrise we will drop down to the lodge at Ghorepani and trek down to Tadapani after breakfast. The beginning parts of the trek the trail steep uphill to the ridge through the stone steps and after few ups and downs you reach to Deurali for short break. After pass through the forest, we will have end short easy walk to the ridge and steep down to the river to cross the bridge. Overnight at tea house local lodge

  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

After drop down from the forest for a while and continue down to the river to cross suspension bridge at the bottom and an easy walk after short climb. The trail leads continue to the Chomrong and steep downhill to the bottom of the hill then continue climb to Sinuwa. Overnight at tea house lodge

  • Max. Altitude: 2340m
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

Start with a easy walk to through the forest, you are towards Bamboo and continue climb up to Dovan. Then the trail leads you through the valley towards Himalaya where you may stop for the lunch and continue walk climb to Deurali. Overnight at tea house lodge

  • Max. Altitude: 3230m
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

After climbing up through the valley to get to the Machhapuchhare Base Camp, you will take an hour rest before you head to the Base Camp. If you have no problem climbing up we do continue walk to Base Camp for overnight (If you have a problem walking further we should stop here for overnight) Overnight at tea house lodge

  • Max. Altitude: 4130m
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

After morning excursion the trail drops down through the same valley to Deurali and continues downhill through the forest. You may find an easy downhill which is not steep and has interesting walking. At the end we stop at Bamboo. Overnight at tea house lodge

  • Max. Altitude: 2340m
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

After breakfast at the lodge the trail leads uphill through the stone steep to the ridge and an easy walk to Sinuwa. Then the trail drops down to the bottom of the hill and continue climb up to Chomrong. After lunch break at Chomrong the trail steep drops down to Jhinu.
Once you get in to the Guest House, you walk 15 minutes downhill to the bank of the river where hot spring is located to relax. It is said that when we take a bath in to it, we wash all our sin according to hindu Mythology. After time to get relax, short climb to the lodge for overnight. Overnight at tea house lodge

  • Max. Altitude: 1780m
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge

You can go to the hot spring again this morning then trek down to nayapul then drive back to Pokhara. Overnight at Pokhara Hotel.

  • Max. Altitude: 1640m
  • Accommodation:Hotel

Drive/flight back to Kathmandu [Optional: 35 min flight]
Evening: Nepali dinner with a live cultural show at the Nepali restaurant [Complement]
Overnight at the hotel

  • Day tour time:6 to 7 hours
  • Accommodation:Hotel

Today is your last day so Free time until departure
Transfer to the international airport for final departure.

    Trip Map
    Annapurna Base Camp Trek map
    What's Included
    • Airports pick up and Drop by private car/van/bus.
    • 3 star Deluxe accommodation in Kathmandu with free breakfast  (The address kathmandu Hotel or Thamel Eco Resort) - (on the arrival day and after the trekking).
    • Deluxe Hotel in Pokhara with free breakfast at Hotel third Pole or Pokhara Eco Resort
    • Your standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trekking.
    • Ground transportation by Tourist bus from Kathmandu – Pokhara –kathmandu and by Private car/van/jeep from Pokhara to trek starting point and trek ending point to Pokhara.
    • All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the treks.
    • An experienced, helpful and friendly Guide, porters (1 porter for 2 peoples).
    • Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation and Insurance for the Guide and Porter.
    • Two night’s standard accommodation in Pokhara (First night of the trekking and last night of the trekking).
    • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company.
    • Annapurna Conversation Area Project (ACAP) permits.
    • Trekker's Information Management System (TIMS) card fees.
    • First aid medical kit.
    • Duffle bag,  if necessary.
    • Farewell dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant with cultural dance show
    • All our government taxes, vat, official expenses & service charges
    What's not Included
    • Major meals in Cities (Kathmandu and Pokhara)
    • All personal expenses such as bar bills, water, tea / coffee, snacks, shower, battery re-charge laundry charge etc.
    • Personal clothing and gears, sleeping bag and Down jacket for trek
    • Tipping (expected by guides and porters, but not mandatory)
    • Cost raised by flight cancelation, emergency rescue charges, landslide, weather, political unrest, illness, re-routing etc which are not under our control
    Departure Dates
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    Date Status 
    Start DateSundayNov 27, 2022End DateFridayDec 09, 2022PricePriceUS $900StatusAvailabilityAvailable
    Start DateWednesdayNov 30, 2022End DateMondayDec 12, 2022PricePriceUS $900StatusAvailabilityAvailable
    Useful Information

    Best time to do  Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Trekking to ABC can be done independently in any part of the year. However, when you visit the camp at the best time, you will encounter some remarkable things that you can’t when you visit at any other time. The best time for Annapurna Trekking is during spring and autumn.

    Spring in Nepal falls during February, March, April, and May. It can also be termed the pre-monsoon phase. The best part about going to ABC during spring is that the sky will be crisp and clear, and there will be fewer chances of rain. It gives you the best opportunity to explore the region. You also don’t have to deal with extreme weather.  Autumn falls in September, October, and November. It is also the best possible time for an Annapurna visit. The trails will not be slippery, and the temperature will be normal, giving you the best chance to explore Annapurna in the best way possible.

    How to reach Annapurna Base Camp

    Travelers often have various confusions regarding the ideal ABC route and how to reach the camp. There is no such thing as an ideal route. The path to reach ABC is similar. The only difference is the itinerary and the places you stay for acclimatization.

    Starting off the trip from Kathmandu, you either take a tourist bus ride or a flight to Pokhara. You have to get on a high hilly jeep ride to Nayapool, the starting point from where you have to walk your way to the top. Acclimatization will be at Tikhedhunga, followed by a steep ridge walk to Ghorepani, depending on the condition of the trekkers.  The best part about the Annapurna Trekking is the experience of the magnificent sunrise view from PoonHill. It is the image that will be engraved in your memories forever. 

    The trail then descends to Tadapani, followed by Sinuwa to Deurali. The downhill walk exploring the lush rhododendron forests with vibrant colors finally gets you to Annapurna Base Camp at 4130m. This is how you reach the beautiful ABC with all the effort and fun. The mountains you get to see from Pokhara can be seen from the closest distance possible. Breathtaking mountain vistas of Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna South, Himchuli, Baraha, Singa Chuli, and Gangapurna seem utterly magnificent. Not only this, while returning from the ABC, you can enjoy hot-water springs in Jhinu. Your exhaustion from the trek will be gone as soon as you dive into the hot water.

    Weather and Climate in  Annapurna Base Camp 

    Talking about the weather during the Annapurna Trekking, it is relatively colder during January and December. The average day-time temperature of Annapurna Circuit Trek in the winter season drops between 10°C and 5°C, with night-time temperature dropping down to -5°C. Meanwhile, the high altitude areas generally have temperatures as low as 1°C during the day. 

    March, April, and May are the months when spring is at its very best. It is a time of blooming flowers and greenery all way around. Rhododendron and oak trees fill the whole hills and terrains. The average day-time temperature of the lower Annapurna region during March and April is between 5°C to -8°C with the possibility of it hitting 10°C during midday. May is when the temperature is between 16°C to 20°C which is the perfect time for a hike to the gorgeous Annapurna. An interesting fact about the Annapurna Trek is that Thoronga La Pass, one of the trek highlights, is cold throughout the year. May being the warm month has no effects on the Pass. It is cold throughout the year.

    All in all, during spring, the warm and moderate temperature makes it extremely feasible for trekkers to go on the package of ABC. In addition to this, you get to enjoy the unobstructed mountain views and the lush flower forest.

    Food During Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Annapurna Trek has a range of small restaurants, teahouses to big lodges. The food in Annapurna Trekking is of good quality and taste. The popular dish on the trek is dal-bhat ( rice with lentils) and boiled potatoes. Rice with meat, potatoes and curry is another tasty dish you can have during trekking. Talking about the variety of food choices during breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you get to know that the choices are immense.

    Breakfast: Eggs (fried, boiled), potatoes (fried, mashed), toast, pancakes, bread, porridge, cookies, tea, coffee, chocolate

    Lunch/Dinner: Rice, noodles (mix, fried, boiled), spring rolls, macaroni, momo (steam, fried, kothe), chips, buff steak, soups (tomato, chicken, garlic, mushroom),dal-bhat

    Accommodation in ABC Trek | Hotels in Annapurna Base Camp

    The lodges and hotels in Annapurna Trekking are warm and very well managed. When you are in Pokhara and Kathmandu, the hotels are of extremely great service and great facilities. But, as you ascend to the Base Camp, the hotels start getting basic. However, it doesn’t mean that the hotels won’t provide good service. It’s just that you have to compromise on a lot of things. You should not expect a full lavish lodge where you get all the facilities present.  You get a hot shower, wifi service, charging points, and good beds (if not mattresses). The living room in the lodges of ABC is used for eating and relaxing. You can have a great talk with your fellow trekking buddies or strangers whom you get to meet at the very place. Breakfast will be in the hotel you are staying in, and your lunch in the trekking route. Depending on the hotel schedule, you will have your dinner between 6 pm - 8 pm.

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek Map | Trekking Guide for the ABC Trek

    The trek to the Annapurna starts from Kathmandu with a tourist bus drive to Pokhara. Then, a jeep drive leads you to Nayapul which is the starting point of the hike towards the gorgeous Annapurna. You need to walk around 6-7 hours every day. Most people love saying Annapurna Base Camp Trek from Pokhara and Kathmandu which are basically similar. Even though you say it is ABC Trek from Kathmandu, you have to reach Pokhara to carry on the remaining journey.  Another stop is Birethanti, and then you go to Ulleri. Nowadays, people also prefer a jeep ride until Birethanti and then walk ahead of the trail. Moving on, you come to Ghorepani and finally to PoonHill. The sunrise view from  Poonhill is the best image you can put into your heart of memories forever. You then hike back to Ghorepani and trek towards Tadapani. The descending continues until Sinuwa from where an uphill climb leads you towards Deurali. Leading the way, you reach Machhapuchhre Base Camp at 3700m and finally, the dream comes true when you step into the Annapurna Base Camp at 4130m.

    Permits required for Annapurna Base Camp Trek and where to get them

    The government of Nepal has imposed two kinds of permits for you to enter the Annapurna Conservation area. It is for funding the preservation of the It is for the sole purpose of funding the preservation of the beauty surrounding Annapurna and other mountain peaks in the range. You need to have an ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit) that costs around NRs. 3000 for foreigners and NRs.200 for SAARC Nationals. Not only this, you have to pay NRs. 1000 for TIMS permit.

    The two Annapurna Base Camp Trek Entry Permits you must have:

    ACAP Permit(NRs. 3000 for foreigners and NRs.200 for SAARC Nationals)

    TIMS Permit (NRs. 1000 per person)

    ACAPs and TIMS can be purchased in Kathmandu at the Nepal Tourism Board Office. You can also get the permits from Pokhara at the Nepal Tourism Board Service Centre in Damside or at the ACAP permit entry counter in Lamjung. About the TIMS permit, it can be purchased from the TAAN Lakeside office.

    You must pay proper attention to the legal rules whenever you go on a trek. You will find many points around the area from where you can get entry inside without paying any money. Make sure you enter the trekking area legally, as the legal authorities can put you in jail and start the criminal proceedings. Do it for your self-esteem and the environment. All the permit fees will be utilized to develop and safeguard the area for sustainability.

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost | ABC Trek Cost for Nepali

    ABC Trek is a trek to the gorgeous Annapurna Region through the magnificent trekking trails. Because of its normal duration and moderate difficulty, it is not as expensive as the Everest Trekking. The normal Annapurna Trek cost ranges around $700- $1000. It depends on the hotels, accommodation, and the travelers’ stay. Not only this, but the trek cost for a traveler also depends on the number of people in the traveling group. Welcome Nepal Treks provides heavy discounts on ABC Trekking Package if you have a group of 10 or more people.

    The ABC Trek cost for Nepali and foreigners doesn’t have much difference. Nepalese have to pay less for the entry permit than the foreign trekkers. Talking about other things, the cost for an individual depends on personal expenses.

    Annapurna Trekking Difficulty Level | How hard is Annapurna Trek?

    Annapurna Trekking is a moderate trek. It is not as hard as Everest Trek or as easy as a normal hike. You require a certain fitness level to complete your trek without any complications. Trekking Annapurna will push you to walk like a maniac, but it has the least possible extremities. First, the weather is moderate, and the trails are not rugged. There is a very less chance of suffering from altitude sickness or acute mountain sickness. A beginner-level trekker who has no experience with a trek also can easily complete this trek. ABC Trek is a trek for all age groups and fitness levels. However, if you have a great fitness level, you will find it easy to walk and continue the journey up the mountains.

    Tipping in Annapurna Base Camp Trek 

    Should I give the guides and porters tips on my next trip to the Annapurna? This question may raise interest in the new trekkers. It is not mandatory to give tips to the guides and porters on the journey to the Annapurna. However,  the guides and porters do expect tips from the trekkers. If you find the service and company of guides and porters great, it is not a big deal to give a certain sum of money as a tip. It also works with the people you get service from in the hotels and lodges. You may also meet children during the walk. Rewarding the kids with chocolates is a great experience to have. The smile you bring on the children’s faces will give you a whole new level of satisfaction. It will boost their confidence and motivation to put extra effort into what they do, which is positive.

    Annapurna Base Camp Group and Private Trek

    We organize private Annapurna Base Camp Treks as well as Group ABC Treks. You also get group discounts based on the size of the team. The bigger your team is, the more your discount is. 2022 and 2023 can be the best years for trekking with your friends and family. As already mentioned, it is an easy trek. So, it is feasible for people of all age groups.

    We at Welcome Nepal Treks can handle any group size, with each group having a group leader as a guide. There are also porters and assistant guides. In addition to this, we also have photographers with us to click pictures of your group having a lot of fun.

    Where to book your next trip to the Annapurna?

    Booking a trip is the most important thing in your trek. The whole fun, experience, service, and memories you get in the trip will come down to choosing whom to travel with. So, you should pay proper attention to it.

    Welcome Nepal Treks is the best option for you as we have been in the travel industry for such a long time and have dealt with different travelers from different countries.

    Why Welcome Nepal Treks for Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

    There are many travel agencies from where you can book your next Annapurna Trek. But why only Welcome Nepal Treks. Well, there are various benefits of booking your next Annapurna Trek with us which are as follows:

    • Free pickup and dropoff from and to the airport
    • Comfortable tourist bus service
    • Medical kits, including the hygiene stuff
    • Highly experienced and friendly guides
    • Free storage of excess luggage during the trek
    • Full Safety and Security for the trek
    • High discounts for bigger groups
    • Consulting with the travelers for any customization in the itinerary
    • Arrangement of emergency helicopter service
    • Farewell dinner in a Nepali restaurant with a culturally rich show

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek Packing List | Equipment needed for the Annapurna Trekking

    Whenever you are going on any trek, there are certain things you should mandatorily take to the trip so that your trip gets completed with the least complications possible. As it is not a strenuous high-altitude trek like EBC, you don’t need to take many things. However, it doesn’t mean that you don’t need to take anything with you.

    The packing list for Annapurna Base Camp Trek consists of stuff needed for sleeping, wearing, walking, and many more. Following is the list of equipment for the Annapurna Trek Package.

    • Sunhat, scarf, winter hat
    • Sunscreen cream with UV protection, sunglasses, face wipes
    • Lightweight gloves and winter gloves
    • Hiking shirts, Long-sleeved t-shirt, Hooded rain fleece jackets, sweaters, cotton pants
    • Backpack, trekking poles
    • Water purification tablets
    • Powerbank, headlight with extra batteries
    • Sleeping bags
    • Money, watch, cellphone
    • Navigational tool, multitool knife
    • Binoculars, notebook, pen

    These are not the only pieces of equipment you need for the ABC Trek. You also need other things such as woolen caps, down jackets, winter jackets, and water bottles. What you need to know is that what you will take on the trek depends on the weather and climate condition of the place eventually.

    Guide to things not to do in the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Annapurna Trek is one of the most alluring treks to do in Nepal. People from all over the world come to Nepal to complete this trek as they have it on their bucket list.  When you embark on the trip to the Annapurna, you need to pay proper attention to the dos and don’ts.

    Here is a guide to what you should never do while you are on the ABC Trek journey.

    Trespassing the entry point

    You need to enter Annapurna Conservation Area to carry on the trekking journey. You need to pay a certain sum of money as ACAP permit fees. Always make sure you pay the fees and enter there legally. If anybody finds out a person is trespassing the entry point, they may be charged with legal charges.

    Wearing new shoes

    Some people like to go to new places wearing new clothes, accessories, and shoes. While you are going on a trek, don’t wear new shoes. The new shoes make it hard for you to walk as they can cause shoe bites. You can’t risk your whole trekking journey based on that particular decision.

    Drinking too little and eating too less

    Some travelers do have the habit of drinking and eating too little and follow intermittent fasting. However, when you are on the trek, you should discard all these habits and focus on eating a sufficient diet to walk and have fun. Waking a lot makes you sweat a lot, causing dehydration. So, drinking too less is not a good thing to follow. Be properly hydrated and have a balanced diet.

    Having junk food

    As already mentioned, you need to have a proper healthy diet. You should not have junk food during the trekking journey. It will only create complications, and you will have to suffer through it, which slows down your walking, ultimately eliminating the chances to have fun.

    Getting no sleep

    Sleep is the foremost way to get rest. You have to walk a minimum of 5-6 hours a day uphill or downhill. The trails are not like normal pathways. So, you need to be at your physical best to complete the trip. You should avoid the chances of getting less or no sleep.

    FAQs
    • Q1. How Difficult and How Long Is Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

      The hike to the Annapurna Base Camp is different as per the itinerary and name of the trek. It usually is around 6-12 days. Meanwhile, Annapurna Circuit Trek is usually more than 12 days to the longest of 21 days. The ABC Trek distance is around 110km. You have to walk around 10 km on average for 6 hours every day.

    • Talking about EBC or ABC, which one is more difficult? It is known to most people that Annapurna because of its moderate weather and trekking trails has the edge over Everest on the accessibility. Everest Region has too extreme weather and rugged trails making it hard for travelers to walk on. Not only is this, in Everest Trek there a high chance that you may suffer from altitude sickness or acute mountain sickness which is not a far-fetched possibility in Annapurna Trek. 

    • Money exchanges are usually found in Kathmandu and Pokhara. If you want to convert your money to Nepalese rupees, you should exchange it when you are in Pokhara or Kathmandu. You will not find money exchanges during the trekking journey. However, you can find ATMs from where you can withdraw your money. But, you have to ensure whether the card supports the very machine.

    • Well, Nepalese rupees are the best acceptable currency you can use on the trek. It becomes easier for the shopowners and the hotel owners to do calculations if you pay in rupees. You can still pay in your own currency but it is not a suggested way. You have to check out the exchange rate every day which is a very tedious job. It is so boring to even think about paying in the foreign currency according to the exchange rate daily. It becomes easier for you to plan your expenses if you don’t have to think about exchanging.

    • The trek to Annapurna is an easier trekking trail with great weather. So, a person with beginner-level expertise can easily complete the trek making it a trek suitable for people of all age groups. I.e. Kids to old people. You can book the ABC Trek with kids and can take them on a life-changing adventure. It will teach your children many things which textbooks and the school never will. Annapurna Trek can be the first trek for your children. The experience they get from this adventure will be fundamental for other trekking expeditions ahead in the future.

    • Learning Nepali for a trek to Annapurna is not mandatory. You are provided with a guide who is an expert in translating things and making you understand the gist eventually. But, if you want to dive deep into the Nepalese culture by talking about it with the local people, learning it causes no damage. Learning a new language means you are open to much more things and meeting more people. All in all, you don’t have to learn Nepali, but if you want, it is even better.

    • It is advised to get travel insurance for your next Annapurna Tour. There have not been such adverse cases. But, it is still better to have travel insurance. It will mentally help you to stay calm and enjoy the trip to the fullest. Not worrying about anything and just enjoying the moment before your eyes are what the trek aspires to educate all the trekkers.

    • We at Welcome Nepal Treks respect your decision and life choices. There can be any sort of emergency work to do even if you have already booked the travel package. Keeping this in mind, we offer a lifetime deposit policy that gives you the opportunity to transfer your deposit to any other trip. If you wish to cancel the booked trip already, we charge a small cancelation amount. To know more about booking, cancelation, and discounts, please visit our terms and conditions.

    • Annapurna Trek with or without a guide can be a popular question among trekkers from all around the globe. You can complete ABC Trek without a guide but it isn't suggested. Guides are there to help you when the trail becomes way too hard. You won’t feel the importance of a guide until something unexpected happens. There are times when the going gets tough. Complications like shortness of breath, fatigue, and altitude sickness can happen. A guide is trained to tackle these problems so that the travelers feel safe. So, going to Annapurna with a guide is a great decision. While marching to the loftiest peak, you can just feel that there is someone who can help you if the tables turn against you.

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      Laura LiuBelgium Mar 07, 2021
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      Annapurna Base Camp trek with my girlfriend in March was really a great experience. Both of us were very nervous with the trek but the expert in it told us to be calm and gave us a positive guidance throughout the trek as he said. We would never had such mesmerizing moment if we were not able to get there. All thanks to Welcome Nepal treks for their beautiful guidance. Hope to see you soon, in next visit.

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      Dimas GepenkSingapore Jan 14, 2021
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