The 4130m Annapurna Base Camp is a campsite which lies surrounded by Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I and Hiunchuli and the journey to the camp itself involves excitement and adventure for both the beginners and experts.
The trekking path starts from lowland villages through the ethnic villages of Ghandruk and Chhumrung and passes through farmland terraces, rhododendron forest and breathtaking views of the mountains. Throughout the journey you will get to witness the ethnic lifestyle and cultural riches and serene natural beauties of the Gurung village. The path will lead you towards the Annapurna Sanctuary where you will see unimaginable serene surroundings.
This trekking expedition is ideal for adventurers with restricted time duration and is one of the easiest treks for children. The trekking journey can be done in all seasons where the rhododendron forest blooms during spring but the Base Camp during winter depending upon the level of snow. September, October, November, December, March, April, May and February are considered to be the most favorable seasons for the trek. There is a myth about Lord Krishna, the Supreme Being considered by the Hindus, to visit the place which is why eating meat is not allowed in the base camp. The base camp doesn’t have a reliable access to the electricity so it’s recommended to bring along a power bank or a portable solar power inverter if need be. Our path will be the high lands so altitude sickness might be a problem of the trek and the classic problem of the trek is that the trekking routes tend to be slippery but it’s not a difficult path. In spite of the height of the surrounding peaks and ice walls, the valley provides comfortable camping spots.
Today we start the scenic journey from Kathmandu (1350m) to Pokhara (820m) by bus, it will take 7–8 hours. Alternatively, to be faster, you can choose 25 minutes. flight. Upon arrival, one can choose to relax by the calm waters of the lake or soak up the bustling nightlife of the city.
Your jungle trek begins with a scenic drive from Pokhara to Nayapul, which takes around 1.5 hours, offering stunning views of Sarangkot along the way. The official trip starts from Nayapul, which is 1070 meters above sea level and continues to Ghandruk, takes around 4–5 hours and follows the Modi Khola River, which is famous for its excellent kayaking opportunities. great.
After a hearty traditional Gurung breakfast at Ghandruk, located at an altitude of 1940 meters above sea level, you will be treated to breathtaking views of the South Annapurna peak (7219 meters), Hiun Chuli (6434 meters) and the top The secret mountain of the Annapurna region, Fishtail (6993 meters) is also known as Machhapuchchhre in Nepali and is known as the Twin Peaks. The trek continues with a 5–6 hour hike to Chhumrung, located 2170 meters above sea level.
Today's hike starts from Chhumrung, a hub of the Gurung community, and takes about 6–7 hours, leading to Bamboo and finally the Himalaya, located 2920 meters above sea level. Along the way, you'll pass steps created by the local community and encounter countless bamboo at an altitude of 2310 meters. The trek involves descending from Chhumrung and then ascending through Bamboo to reach its destination in the Himalayas.
The hike continues from the Himalayas and will take about 6–7 hours to reach Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) at 3700 meters and then Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) at 4130 meters. The route follows the Modi Khola River and is in an avalanche prone area until it reaches MBC.
After a quiet night at Annapurna Base Camp, surrounded by the breathtaking Himalayas, the journey continues with a 7–8 hour trek down the Himalayas and then onto Bamboo, located 2310 meters above the level. seawater.
After a peaceful night in Bamboo, the journey continues with 5–6 hours descending to Jhinu Danda, known for its natural hot springs located 1780 meters above sea level. To reach the hot spring, you have to walk 15 minutes along the banks of the Modi Khola River from the hotel.
After reaching Jhinu Danda at an altitude of 1780 meters, we will begin our journey back to Matkyu at an altitude of 1500meters, which will take about 1.5 hours. Then we will board a vehicle for a road trip to Pokhara which is 830 meters away and it will take us 3–4 hours. With this, our adventurous climbing experience will end well.
Today we begin our scenic journey from Pokhara to Kathmandu by vehicle. The trip will take approximately 7–8 hours, will provide panoramic views of the famous Madi River, Marshyangdi and Trishuli Rivers, and other landmarks. We'll have a short lunch break along the way, so we have a chance to recharge before continuing our journey.
Make it a private trip by taking over one of our dates, or you can choose your own date. Prices are sliding scale to suit the number of travellers.