Annapurna Circuit Trek

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The Annapurna Circuit trek is situated within the Annapurna Conservation Area, starting from Besishahar and concluding at Birethanti. A guide for Thorong La Pass trekking in the Annapurna circuit of Nepal is essential for security management. At an elevation of 5,416 meters above sea level, Thorong La Pass stands out as the most challenging section of the Annapurna circuit, where only half of the oxygen available at sea level is present. This altitude makes each step feel like a marathon.

  • Destination Nepal
    Region/Category Annapurna Area
  • Travel Duration 22 Days
    Travel Season Autumn/Spring
  • Max. Altitude 5,416 Metres
    Activity Style Tea House Trek
  • Activity Level Hard
    Transportation Car and Bus
  • Active Time 6-8 Hours
    Group Size 02-12 Person
  • Tour Code No. JH-203
    Trip Duration 17 Days
  • Starting Point Besishahar
    Staring Days 3rd Day
  • Ending Point Pokhara
    Ending Days 19th Day
Trip Description - Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit trek is situated within the Annapurna Conservation Area, starting from Besishahar and concluding at Birethanti. A guide for Thorong La Pass trekking in the Annapurna circuit of Nepal is essential for security management. At an elevation of 5,416 meters above sea level, Thorong La Pass stands out as the most challenging section of the Annapurna circuit, where only half of the oxygen available at sea level is present. This altitude makes each step feel like a marathon.

The Round Annapurna trek offers one of the most diverse and popular trekking experiences in Nepal and worldwide. Known as the Annapurna Circuit Trek, or Round Annapurna Trek (RAT), this route covers approximately 270 kilometers. It is a fantastic choice for trekkers seeking an exciting and challenging adventure. Specialized walking skills, mountain experience, altitude resistance, and physical fitness are prerequisites for undertaking this trek.

This exceptional trek in the Annapurna region follows the Marshyangdi River from subtropical lowlands to the Manang Basin. After crossing Thorong La Pass (5,416 m), trekkers enter the world’s deepest gorge, the Kali Gandaki Valley.

Muktinath Temple, a sacred pilgrimage site for Hindus and Buddhists, is a significant attraction, along with Nawal, Manang, Tilicho Lake, Kagbeni, Jomsom, Dhumba Lake, Rupse Waterfall, Hot Spring, Poon Hill, and Gurung Hill. Throughout the trek, you will be captivated by the stunning mountain scenery and the charming life of mountain villages.

Details of inclusions and exclusions in package!
What's included in this tour
Services that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Airport transfer by private deluxe vehicle
  • KTM - Ngadi Bazar transfer by private vehicle
  • Ghandruk - Pokhara transfer by private vehicle
  • Pokhara - KTM travel by AC deluxe tourist bus
  • 17 Days full board (BLD) tea-house package trek
  • Standard twin share best room during the trek
  • Daily breakfast with tea or coffee during the trek
  • Kathmandu Guest House *** (Deluxe room-2 nights)
  • Hotel in Kathmandu with daily buffet breakfast plan
  • Free daily bottled water & Coffee maker in the room
  • Hotel Middle Path Pokhara *** (Deluxe room-2 nights)
  • Hotel in Pokhara with daily buffet breakfast plan
  • Annapurna Conservation entrance fee and TIMS
  • An experienced and registered Nepali trekking guide
  • Extra guides if the group size is more than 7 trekkers
  • Porter (2 guests = 1 porter, max. weight 10kg/trekker)
  • Food and room cost in Pokhara for trekking guide
  • Trekking staff wages, food, lodge and travel insurance
What's not included in this tour
Services that are not covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Single room supplement fee USD$ 130 per room
  • Nepal tourist visa and international flight ticket
  • Pokhara - KTM one way airfare USD 125 per person
  • Travel insurance for rescue work and other costs.
  • Bar bills, drinks [water or tea coffee and alcohol etc.]
  • Personal nature of expenses and trekking equipment
  • Hotel cost if earlier return from trekking by any reason
  • Any costs incurred due to flight delays or cancellations.
  • Extra services during trek (i.e. porter, horse or treatment)
  • TIPs for trekking guide & porter (USD10 per day per trekker)
  • Additional costs for sightseeing tour or Mount Everest flight
  • Extra cost incurred by any reason which is not in our control
  • All the other cost and things which are not included above.
  • Jomsom - Pokhara one way airfare USD 150 per person
  1. Day 1 Day of departure to Nepal - Depart at your convenience!

    Traveling from your home country to Nepal? Click the provided link to check the list of airlines operating flights to Nepal from various locations: https://www.tiairport.com.np/all-flights

  2. Day 2 Arrival Day in Kathmandu - Arrive at your convenience!

    Upon your arrival in Nepal, Jagadamba Holidays representatives will greet you at Tribhuvan International Airport, holding a Jagadamba Holidays placard (signboard). In the event of a late-night arrival, our representative will arrange private transportation to the hotel. Detailed information about tour briefings and group meeting times will be communicated by the representative.

    During the meeting, we will discuss travel plans and services, and introduce the trek or tour guide according to the itinerary. It is mandatory to complete a legally binding travel form and a non-liability disclaimer form during this session. If any individual has an outstanding tour payment, it must be settled at this meeting. Accommodations for the night will be provided at Kathmandu Guest House or at a hotel of similar standard in Thamel.

  3. Day 3 Travel from Kathmandu to Nagdi (930 m) by private vehicle

    After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, you set out early from Kathmandu to Ngadi Bazar (930 m), making the journey in a private vehicle. Covering a distance of approximately 185 km, the travel time is approximately 7 hours. The road leading to Besishahar is in good condition, and it transitions into a gravel road as you approach Ngadi Bazar. Upon reaching the hotel in Ngadi Bazar, take a moment to refresh and unwind, allowing for some free time to engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at Trekkers Holiday Lodge in Ngadi Bazar.

  4. Day 4 Trek from Nagdi to Jagat (1,300 m)

    Following breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek commences. The journey takes you across several suspension bridges, enchanting waterfalls, and through picturesque landscapes of paddy fields and forests. Upon reaching Jagat village, a breathtaking view unfolds, with the Marshyangdi River below and rocky mountains surrounding the area. The beehives perched on the cliff tops add a unique attraction to today’s trek.

    The trek from Ngadi Bazaar to Jagat requires approximately six and a half hours of walking. Once you arrive in Jagat, take some time to rejuvenate and enjoy personal activities. A comfortable overnight stay awaits you at Hotel Paradise in Jagat.

  5. Day 5 Trek from Jagat to Dharapani (1,860 m)

    After having breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek unfolds through enchanting landscapes. The trail takes you through rhododendron, pine, and bamboo forests on the rocky slopes of the mountain. As you traverse narrow and steep valleys, a bridge leads to a steep ascent, eventually opening into a wide valley. Upon reaching the lake village, you’ll have the chance to witness the cultivation of barley, wheat, and potatoes. The trek continues through varied terrain until reaching Dharapani.

    The journey to Dharapani from Jagat entails about seven hours of walking. Once in Dharapani (1,860 m), take the time to freshen up and engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at Hotel Gurkha’s Inn or a similar standard lodge in Dharapani.

  6. Day 6 Trek from Dharapani to Chame (2,700 m)

    After enjoying breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek commences from Dharapani. The trail leads through steep slopes and forested cliffs. Passing through Danakyu village, a climb brings you to Tamang village, offering panoramic views of Manaslu, Lamjung, Annapurna, and other mountains. Along the way, you’ll encounter numerous waterfalls, with a stunning backdrop of Lamjung Peak, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV.

    Today’s trek takes you through villages where Tibetan culture influences, serving as a transitional zone between the plains and the hills. The path follows a flat route to Tanchok, Koto, and ultimately arrives in Chame.

    The trek to Chame from Dharapani involves approximately seven hours of walking. Upon reaching Chame (2,710 m), take some time to refresh and engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Royal Garden Hotel or a similar standard lodge in Chame.

  7. Day 7 Trek from Chame to Upper Pisang (3,300 m)

    Following breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek embarks with an ascent to Talekhu, passing through the old part of Chame. The trail then meanders along a flat path through the forest to Bhratang. As you progress, the trek encompasses undulating slopes, streams, and small settlements. Crossing a bridge, the journey continues toward the enchanting Manang Valley.

    The Paungda Danda (Pangri Danda – 4666 m) offers captivating views, and the final stretch of today’s trek provides a panoramic perspective of Annapurna II and Pisang Peak. Upon entering the Manang Valley, the landscape undergoes a dramatic transformation.

    The trek to Upper Pisang from Chame takes approximately six hours. Upon reaching Upper Pisang (3,300 m), take some time to rejuvenate and engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Hotel Manang Marshyangdi or a similar standard lodge in Upper Pisang.

  8. Day 8 Trek from Pisang to Manang (3,540 m) via Ghyaru

    After breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek commences from the town of Pisang, marking the onset of the upper reaches of the Manang District. The trail ascends to the Tibetan-style village of Braga, where you will have the opportunity to explore the Bhraka (Braga) Monastery. The houses in Braga are constructed atop one another with terraces, creating a unique landscape. The Gompa in Braga stands out as the largest in the Manang district, adorned with a diverse array of statues, perched on a high crag offering a panoramic view of the entire village of Manang.

    Continuing on the way to Manang, trekkers are treated to a panoramic view of Annapurna, Pisang Peak, and various other mountain peaks. Upon reaching Manang, the terrain becomes windy and dry. There are two routes from Upper Pisang to Manang village, and the chosen route passes through Upper Pisang via Ghyaru (3,670 m). This path offers stunning panoramic views of the Annapurna Himal, Pisang Peak, and other peaks.

    The trek to Manang village from Upper Pisang via Ghyaru and Nawal entails approximately seven and a half hours of walking. Once in Manang village (3,540 m), take some time to refresh and engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Tilicho Hotel or a similar standard lodge in Manang.

  9. Day 9 Spare/buffer day for adaptation in Manang

    The itinerary includes an additional trekking day in Manang to facilitate acclimatization for trekkers. Acclimatization is crucial when ascending to high altitudes to reduce the risk of altitude sickness. Experts recommend that travelers embarking on the Annapurna Circuit practice walking at the high altitude of Manang, as the trek will continue at a higher elevation starting tomorrow.

    Manang, with its stunning natural surroundings, provides an excellent opportunity for acclimatization. On a pleasant day in Manang, a short trip to Khangsar can be a great alternative trek. Additionally, trekkers can opt for a brief walk to Manang’s Bhojo Monastery or Gangapurna Lake on their rest days in Manang Village.

    Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Tilicho Hotel or a similar standard lodge in Manang.

  10. Day 10 Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka (4,000 m)

    Following breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek commences, offering a relatively short and rejuvenating walk as you proceed towards Yak Kharka. As the trail transitions from tall trees to alpine grass and junipers, you’ll find yourself in a meadow where horses and yaks graze peacefully. The grasslands of Yak Kharka provide a serene environment with steep slopes, making it an ideal location for an overnight stay. Alternatively, trekkers have the option to walk for an additional hour to reach Ledar (4,200 m) above sea level and spend the night there.

    Compared to the previous day’s trek, today’s walk is not as challenging, with a smoother path and less rocky terrain. The view of Yak Kharka is captivating, offering a fascinating landscape. The trek to Yak Kharka (4,000 m) from Manang takes approximately four hours. Upon arrival, take some time to refresh and engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Hotel Thorong Peak or a similar standard lodge in Yak Kharka.

  11. Day 11 Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4,450 m)

    Following breakfast at the lodge, today’s trek embarks on the route from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi via Ledar. The trek from the eastern bank of Jarang Khola to Ledar aids in acclimatization to the increased altitude. After a portion of the journey, you’ll cross a suspension bridge to reach the Ledar village. From Ledar, the trail ascends, leading you to Thorong Phedi, where you’ll spend the night surrounded by steep hills. The area is known for potential sightings of blue sheep and snow leopards, while Lammergeiers and Griffons are more commonly seen.

    During today’s trek, trekkers will have the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of Mount Syagang, Mount Gudang, Mount Khatungkang, and Thorong Peak (6,144 m). The trek to Thorong Phedi (4,450 m) from Yak Kharka takes approximately three hours. Upon arrival, take some time to refresh and engage in personal activities. Enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the Hotel New Phedi or a similar standard lodge in Thorong Phedi.

  12. Day 12 Cross Thorong La (5,416 m) and trek to Muktinath (3,800 m)

    Today, our trek will commence early in the morning. The trail is generally manageable throughout the year, although it can be challenging due to strong winds in the higher elevations. This route has served as a pathway for transporting commercial goods in and out of the Manang district for centuries. After approximately six hours of trekking, we will reach Thorong La Pass, where our efforts will be rewarded with breathtaking views of the massive snow peaks, including Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Khatungkang. As we ascend to a height of 5,416 meters above sea level, the majestic Dhaulagiri comes into view.

    Following the pass, the trail becomes less steep, leading through grasslands and meadows before reaching Muktinath. Muktinath holds religious significance in Hinduism, representing a place of Nirvana with temples and numerous monasteries, making it a sacred destination for both Hindus and Buddhists. The Jwala Mai Temple, featuring a waterfall and eternal flame, along with a holy water stream pouring 108 water spouts, is a major attraction that draws thousands of pilgrims annually. The journey from Thorong Phedi to Muktinath (3,780 m) takes about eight to nine hours. Once there, you can rejuvenate and have free time for personal activities. Enjoy an overnight stay at Hotel Grand Shambala or a similar standard lodge in Muktinath.

  13. Day 13 Trek from Muktinath to Jomsom (2,750 m)

    In the morning, we’ll pay a visit to the Muktinath Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. After exploring the temple, we’ll return to the hotel and have half an hour of free time for breakfast. Following this, today’s trek will commence. For Hindus, this region is known as “Mukti Kshetra,” signifying a place of liberation or salvation. We’ll also relish the breathtaking view of the Dhaulagiri peak.

    From Muktinath, we follow a trail that is part of the Jomsom trek, descending through meadows, streams, and fruit trees until we reach Kagbeni. After exploring the old village, we continue our descent. Moving onward from Kagbeni, we trek to Jomsom, entering the Kali Gandaki valley. The journey to Jomsom (2,750 m) from Muktinath through Kagbeni takes approximately six hours. Once there, you can freshen up and enjoy free time for your personal activities. Stay overnight at the Hotel Moonlight or a similar standard lodge in Jomsom.

  14. Day 14 Trek from Jomsom to Marpha (2,650 m) via Dhumba Lake

    After breakfast in Jomsom, we embark on an enthralling trek towards Marpha (2,650 m) via Dhumba Lake. The journey commences by following the trail that leads us through the captivating landscapes of the Kali Gandaki valley. Along the way, we encounter the serene Dhumba Lake, nestled amidst the stunning Himalayan surroundings.

    The trek offers mesmerizing views of the rugged mountains, quaint villages, and the arid landscape typical of the region. The trail meanders through picturesque terrains, providing a glimpse into the unique culture and lifestyle of the local communities. As we proceed, we traverse through charming villages, each with its distinct charm and architectural style.

    Marpha, renowned for its apple orchards and traditional whitewashed houses, serves as the final destination of this leg of the journey. The village is known for its apple brandy production, and trekkers can savor local apple delicacies. The tranquil ambiance of Dhumba Lake and the scenic beauty en route make this trek from Jomsom to Marpha a captivating experience, blending nature, culture, and adventure. Upon reaching Marpha, you can unwind, explore the village, and immerse yourself in the rich atmosphere of this Himalayan gem. Stay overnight at a local lodge in Marpha to conclude the day’s trekking adventure.

  15. Day 15 Trek from Marpha to Kalopani (2,550 m) via Chhairo

    After enjoying the hospitality of Marpha, the trek continues towards Kalopani (2,550 m) via Chhairo, offering a delightful journey through the diverse landscapes of the Annapurna region.

    The trek begins by leaving the charming village of Marpha, known for its apple orchards and traditional architecture. The trail unfolds along the Kali Gandaki River, providing captivating views of the surrounding mountains. As trekkers venture through the landscapes, they may encounter terraced fields, quaint villages, and serene forests.

    Chhairo, a notable point along the route, offers a brief pause where trekkers can take in the beauty of the surroundings and experience the local culture. The village may showcase traditional architecture and provide a glimpse into the daily lives of the residents.

    Continuing the journey, the trail leads to Kalopani, a picturesque settlement situated at an altitude of 2,550 meters. Throughout the trek, trekkers can appreciate the changing scenery, from arid landscapes to lush forests, and enjoy the panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.

    Upon reaching Kalopani, trekkers can relax and absorb the tranquility of the Himalayan surroundings. The village, nestled amidst the mountains, offers a serene atmosphere for an overnight stay. The trek from Marpha to Kalopani via Chhairo provides a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural insights, and the sense of adventure that characterizes the Annapurna Circuit.

  16. Day 16 Trek from Kalopani to Tatopani (1,200 m) via Kopchepani

    The trek from Kalopani to Tatopani (1,200 m) via Kopchepani is a captivating journey that takes trekkers through a diverse range of landscapes, from high-altitude terrains to lower elevation regions with lush vegetation.

    Starting from Kalopani, situated at an altitude of 2,550 meters, the trail descends through charming villages, providing stunning views of the surrounding peaks, including the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. The trek passes through pine and rhododendron forests, creating a picturesque setting with vibrant colors during the blooming season.

    Kopchepani, a notable point along the route, offers a refreshing break for trekkers. Here, travelers can experience the warmth of local hospitality and enjoy the serene ambiance surrounded by nature.

    The descent continues as the trail meanders through the Kali Gandaki Gorge, one of the world’s deepest gorges. The trek offers breathtaking views of the diverse landscapes, with the river flowing below and terraced fields on the hillsides.

    As the altitude decreases, the climate becomes warmer, and trekkers may notice a shift in vegetation, encountering subtropical forests and various flora and fauna. The trail eventually leads to Tatopani, a popular destination known for its natural hot springs.

    Upon reaching Tatopani, trekkers have the opportunity to unwind and relax in the soothing hot springs, providing a rejuvenating experience after days of trekking. The village, nestled in a serene valley, offers a tranquil atmosphere for an overnight stay.

    The trek from Kalopani to Tatopani via Kopchepani combines the beauty of high-altitude landscapes with the rich biodiversity of lower elevations, creating a memorable and diverse trekking experience along the Annapurna Circuit.

  17. Day 17 Trek from Tatopani to Ghorepani (2,850 m) via Shikha (1,935 m)

    The trek from Tatopani to Ghorepani (2,850 m) via Shikha (1,935 m) is a rewarding journey that takes trekkers through a variety of landscapes, from the subtropical environment of Tatopani to the picturesque village of Ghorepani, situated in the foothills of the Annapurna range.

    Starting from Tatopani, renowned for its natural hot springs, trekkers initially follow the Kali Gandaki River, gradually ascending through terraced fields and charming villages. The trail winds its way up the hillsides, providing panoramic views of the surrounding hills and valleys.

    The trek passes through the village of Shikha (1,935 m), a beautiful settlement surrounded by lush rhododendron forests. Shikha offers a pleasant break for trekkers, showcasing the unique culture and warmth of the local communities.

    As the trail continues, the landscape transitions from subtropical vegetation to rhododendron and oak forests. The trek offers stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, creating a captivating backdrop.

    Ghorepani, located at an elevation of 2,850 meters, is the final destination for the day. The village is renowned for its charming atmosphere and serves as the gateway to the famous Poon Hill. Trekkers often arrive at Ghorepani in the afternoon, providing ample time to explore the village, interact with locals, and enjoy the scenic surroundings.

    Ghorepani is strategically situated for those interested in witnessing the sunrise from Poon Hill, a popular viewpoint renowned for its breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. Trekkers can ascend Poon Hill early the next morning to witness the sunrise before continuing their journey.

    Overall, the trek from Tatopani to Ghorepani via Shikha offers a delightful mix of landscapes, cultural encounters, and stunning vistas, making it a memorable segment of the Annapurna Circuit.

  18. Day 18 Sunrise Trek to Hill (3,210 m) and Trek to Tadapani (2,650 m)

    The sunrise trek to a hill at an elevation of 3,210 meters, followed by the trek to Tadapani at 2,650 meters, is a captivating and scenic journey within the Annapurna region. This segment of the trek is known for its mesmerizing sunrise views and lush landscapes.

    Sunrise Trek to Hill (3,210 m): Early in the morning, trekkers embark on a short yet rewarding ascent to a hill with an elevation of 3,210 meters. This vantage point, often chosen for its panoramic views, is ideal for witnessing the sunrise over the majestic Himalayan peaks. The first rays of sunlight illuminate the surrounding snow-capped mountains, creating a breathtaking spectacle. Popular viewpoints like Poon Hill are often chosen for this purpose, offering a mesmerizing display of colors against the backdrop of peaks like Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.

    Trek to Tadapani (2,650 m): After enjoying the sunrise spectacle, trekkers continue their journey towards Tadapani at an elevation of 2,650 meters. The trail descends through lush forests and meadows, providing opportunities to appreciate the diverse flora and fauna of the region. Rhododendron forests are a common sight, especially during the spring season when these vibrant flowers are in full bloom.

    As the trek progresses, trekkers navigate through charming villages and encounter local communities, offering insights into the unique culture and traditions of the region. Tadapani itself is a picturesque village nestled amid the mountains, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscapes.

    Upon reaching Tadapani, trekkers can unwind and appreciate the serene atmosphere of the village. The cozy lodges in Tadapani provide comfortable accommodation, and trekkers often spend the evening enjoying the mountain views and sharing stories with fellow travelers.

    Overall, the sunrise trek to the hill and the subsequent journey to Tadapani combine natural beauty, cultural experiences, and panoramic vistas, making it a memorable part of the Annapurna Circuit trek.

  19. Day 19 Trek from Tadapani to Ghandruk bus station and drive to Pokhara by vehicle

    Trek from Tadapani to Ghandruk:
    Embarking on the trek from Tadapani to Ghandruk unveils a scenic journey through enchanting forests and charming villages, providing a closer look at the cultural richness of the region. Covering an approximate distance of 10 kilometers, the trek winds through diverse landscapes. Time: Typically taking around 4 to 5 hours, the trek allows for a leisurely descent through the captivating terrain.

    Ghandruk Village:
    Nestled in the hills, Ghandruk welcomes trekkers with its traditional Gurung architecture and breathtaking mountain views. This cultural haven provides an opportunity to experience local hospitality and immerse in the unique Gurung lifestyle.

    Trek to Ghandruk Bus Station:
    Continuing the trek, the path leads to Ghandruk bus station, serving as a convenient starting point for the onward journey to Pokhara.

    Drive to Pokhara by Private Vehicle:
    Embarking on the drive to Pokhara by private vehicle enhances the comfort of the journey. The road journey covers approximately 59.40 kilometers. The drive typically spans 2.5 to 3 hours, allowing travelers to relax and enjoy the scenic beauty along the route.

    Arriving in Pokhara marks the end of the trekking adventure. Trekkers can take in the serene lakeside atmosphere, explore local attractions, and unwind after the fulfilling trek through the Annapurna region. The city offers a range of amenities, including restaurants, shops, and accommodations, making it a perfect conclusion to the Annapurna Circuit trek.

  20. Day 20 Buffer day for private tourism activities in Pokhara

    A buffer day in Pokhara provides a flexible and leisurely opportunity for private tourism activities, allowing travelers to explore the enchanting city and its surroundings at their own pace. Here are some suggested activities for a buffer day in Pokhara:

    Boating on Phewa Lake: Spend a relaxing day boating on the serene Phewa Lake. Enjoy the picturesque views of the Annapurna range and the surrounding hills.

    Visit Tal Barahi Temple: Explore the Tal Barahi Temple situated on an island in Phewa Lake. The two-story pagoda-style temple dedicated to the goddess Barahi offers a tranquil and spiritual experience.

    Explore Lakeside Promenade: Take a leisurely stroll along the Lakeside Promenade, lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and consider shopping for local crafts.

    Visit Devi’s Fall and Gupteshwor Cave: Explore the unique waterfall, Devi’s Fall, and the nearby Gupteshwor Cave. The cave features a sacred waterfall and intricate rock formations.

    Paragliding or Zip-lining: For adventure enthusiasts, consider engaging in paragliding or zip-lining activities that offer breathtaking aerial views of Pokhara and the surrounding landscapes.

    Mountain Museum: Visit the International Mountain Museum to learn about the culture, history, and geology of the Himalayas. The museum showcases exhibits on various aspects of mountain life.

    Relaxation and Spa: Treat yourself to a day of relaxation at one of the many spas in Pokhara. Enjoy a massage or wellness treatment amid the serene surroundings.

    Cultural Exploration: Take the opportunity to interact with the local culture by visiting traditional markets, observing daily life, and engaging in conversations with locals.

    Sunset View from World Peace Pagoda: Head to the World Peace Pagoda for a panoramic view of the Annapurna range during the sunset. The pagoda provides a peaceful environment for reflection.

    Dining and Entertainment: Explore the diverse culinary scene in Pokhara by trying local and international cuisine at the city’s restaurants. In the evening, enjoy live music or cultural performances.

    A buffer day in Pokhara offers the flexibility to tailor the experience based on personal preferences, ensuring a memorable and enjoyable extension to the Annapurna Circuit trek.

  21. Day 21 Travel from Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,350 m) by deluxe AC tourist bus

    Embark on a comfortable journey from Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,350 meters) aboard a deluxe air-conditioned tourist bus. This mode of transportation ensures a relaxing and scenic trip between these two prominent cities in Nepal. Enjoy the journey and the changing landscapes as you travel from the picturesque lakeside city of Pokhara back to the vibrant capital, Kathmandu.

    Upon arriving in Kathmandu, proceed with the hotel check-in process. After checking in, you’ll have free time to explore and enjoy the attractions of Kathmandu. Whether you choose to stroll through the bustling streets, visit cultural sites, or relax at a local café, make the most of your leisure time in the vibrant capital city. Accommodations for the night will be provided at Kathmandu Guest House or at a hotel of similar standard in Thamel.

  22. Day 22 Departure Day for Home - Depart at your convenience!

    After enjoying breakfast, kindly vacate your room and store your luggage at the hotel. Feel free to unwind in the hotel lobby or explore the nearby local market for any last-minute shopping for friends and family before you head to the airport for your homeward flight.

    As there is limited space at Kathmandu Airport, all airlines have requested passengers to report at the check-in counter three hours before the actual departure time. To accommodate this, we will pick you up from the hotel three and a half hours in advance, considering the estimated travel time to the airport is approximately half an hour.

    We sincerely hope that your visit to Nepal and the experiences you’ve had during your stay will inspire you to revisit Nepal in the future. As per Jagadamba Holidays’ service policy, we will bid you farewell at the airport. Wishing you a secure and enjoyable journey ahead.

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Accommodation offered during the trip

The accommodation we use may vary depending on our package travel and the range of travel destinations. Before or after the trip you can book comfortable hotels in cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara for your stay. If you book a tea house trekking trip, we will provide a small two-bed room for sharing in the hill lodges which is a basic facility but very clean.

Now, better-equipped lodges are also available in Annapurna and Everest areas but we recommend trekkers to use accommodation above 3500 meters where clean rooms and clean food are readily available. Sometimes a level of flexibility may be required when trekking in remote mountain areas. We believe that you will complete your vacation without any problems and have the trip of a lifetime. If you book camping/trekking, our camping team will manage a comfortable camping site by the river where possible.

There will usually be a dedicated support team on the trip to move luggage and equipment, set up camp, and prepare your food. You will find more detailed information about travel accommodation which is mentioned separately in the lodging section of each vacation package page.

However, you can expect excellent service and high quality in any budget range you choose. You can learn more about different types of travel and their features and the proposed travel price by contacting us directly where we will be very pleased to answer your questions. We always try to choose comfortable accommodation with local character reflecting the best value based on twin share accommodation.

When you book a trip, unless you request a private single room, we will arrange for you to share a twin bed room with a person of the same gender. If you request a private single room, you will need to pay a single room supplementary fee. Please note that during the trek, if the destination is 4000 meters above sea level, only dormitory accommodation with private beds will be available. On trekking trips we try our best but do not promise guaranteed room options. For most of our camping trips, we supply branded two-person tents, including groundsheets.

Mess tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, service plates, bowls, and all necessities are provided. Members of the mountaineering travel group are requested to manage according to the options given on the website.

Types of rooms during Trekking and City.
Sample room in Kathmandu and Pokhara Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
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Sample room in trekking Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
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Travel Dates Departure Schedule Trip Status Trip Status Price Per Person Grp. Size: 2-3Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 4-7Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 8-14Pax  
07.03. - 28.03.2024
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1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
14.03. - 04.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
21.03. - 11.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
04.04. - 25.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
11.04. - 02.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
18.04. - 09.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
25.04. - 16.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
02.05. - 23.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$

NOTE : If you like to do solo tours or private or your travel team members are more than 14 people please contact us for tour price customize.

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Travel Dates Departure Schedule Trip Status Trip Status Price Per Person Grp. Size: 2-3Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 4-7Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 8-14Pax  
26.09. - 17.10.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
03.10. - 24.10.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
11.10. - 01.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
18.10. - 08.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
25.10. - 15.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
07.11. - 28.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
14.11. - 05.12.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
21.11. - 12.12.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$

NOTE : If you like to do solo tours or private or your travel team members are more than 14 people please contact us for tour price customize.

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Fixed Depature Date for Spring 2024

Travel Dates Departure Schedule Trip Status Trip Status Price Per Person Grp. Size: 2-3Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 4-7Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 8-14Pax  
07.03. - 28.03.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
14.03. - 04.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
21.03. - 11.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
04.04. - 25.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
11.04. - 02.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
18.04. - 09.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
25.04. - 16.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
02.05. - 23.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$

NOTE : If you like to do solo tours or private or your travel team members are more than 14 people please contact us for tour price customize.

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Fixed Depature Date for Autumn 2024

Travel Dates Departure Schedule Trip Status Trip Status Price Per Person Grp. Size: 2-3Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 4-7Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 8-14Pax  
26.09. - 17.10.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
03.10. - 24.10.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
11.10. - 01.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
18.10. - 08.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
25.10. - 15.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
07.11. - 28.11.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
14.11. - 05.12.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$
21.11. - 12.12.2024
Available
1515 US$
1415 US$
1315 US$

NOTE : If you like to do solo tours or private or your travel team members are more than 14 people please contact us for tour price customize.

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Departure Dates Confirmed Dates Trip Status Trip Status Price Per Person Grp. Size: 2-3Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 4-7Pax Price Per Person Grp. Size: 8-12Pax  
07.03. - 28.03.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
14.03. - 04.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
21.03. - 11.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
04.04. - 25.04.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
11.04. - 02.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
18.04. - 09.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
25.04. - 16.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$
02.05. - 23.05.2024
Available
1425 US$
1335 US$
1245 US$

NOTE : If you like to do solo tours or private or your travel team members are more than 12 people please contact us for tour price customize.

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