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Annapurna Base Camp trekking is one of the most trekked routes of the Annapurna region, Nepal. A short astonishing trek with the snowy feet in the height of 4130m is most probably in the wish list of each travel-loving person. ABC is frequently considered as the trekker’s paradise because it offers magnificent mountain experience in rather simple availability. 

There is something humbling about trekking to mountains. Perhaps it’s their tall and pretentious appearance or the underlying terrorizing when you look wander at it. But, the noblest part is the feeling of achievement that you get after climbing one. The sentiment of accomplishment, gratefulness for the adventure, and the opportunity to be outdoors in mountains that can neither express verbally nor written down.

About the Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

Annapurna Base Camp has always been a tourist’s topmost destination in Nepal. The adventure to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) involves the stupendous perspective on the Annapurna range including Dhaulagiri (8196m), Nilgiri, Tilicho, Manaslu and numerous other significant mountains. Taking steps along the paddy fields, amazing waterways, waterfalls, and rhododendron bloomed backwoods, the view on sacred Machhapuchre (6890m) is overwhelming all through the voyage.

The Annapurna range lies in the northern part of Nepal. and Annapurna Base Camp trek is a stunning adventure. Annapurna base camp trek brings you Within stunning separation of the 7,000m high ranges following a trek of scarcely any days from Pokhara. Not many mountains can flaunt the crude magnificence that the base camp of Annapurna has! It brings you through oak, pine, rhododendron and fertile terrace of rice fields to a shimmering floor covering of day off impulsive inclines. Annapurna range satisfies your hunger for experience with the ceaseless peaks of the mountains directly from Pokhara.

Machapuchare, also known as the fish-tailed mountain is an important peak in the range and visitors arrive here for its perfect excellence. Locals accept that it is a residence of Lord Shiva. From the base camp of Machapuchare, you can see the  Annapurna 1, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli. In addition, the Annapurna Base Camp is considered to hold a little group of a cluster that offers the magical sights of the Annapurna Glacier lies on the opposite side close by the transcending glaciers called Gangapurna, Gandharvachuli, and Machapuchare.

At the point when you reach Ghandruk, you can see Machapuchare, Annapurna South, and different others peak. Nayapul, Ghandruk, Sinuwa, Deurali and the base camp are the places you will stay overnight during the trek to Annapurna Base Camp. Crossing the scenic glimpse, over course of trekking days you will be drawing in yourselves trekking through covered edges and gorges to land at Machapuchare Base Camp (3700m) lastly towards the goal of this epic adventure, Annapurna Base Camp, and afterward back to Pokhara. 


There are 2/3 routes that you can take to Annapurna Base Camp. From this, you can design out many itineraries. All routes concur at Chomrong and follow a similar way to the base camp. 

The path can go directly to the Annapurna Base Camp or take an alternate route to Ghorepani Poon Hill or take a littler temporary re-route to Ghandruk or both. You can make your own upgoing returning stop at the various villages. Obviously, taking various routes makes a difference in 3-4 days. 

Here is an example schedule. This path goes to Ghorepani Poon Hill. In general, the trek begins from Pokhara to Nayapul and finishes in Phedi to Pokhara.

Day 1:  Pokhara to Tikhedhunga (1491m) Ulleri (1980m)

Have an early morning breakfast in Pokhara and drive to Nayapul from where the trekking begins. The drive takes 1:5 hours to Nayapul, which is of 42km. Then the trail leads up through the rice, maze and millet terrace farms of local people. Following the fundamental path of Birethanti going through the small waterfall. The path comes to Sudami where you can have lunch. After lunch climb consistently side of the valley, you reach at Hile and after thirty minutes you reach at Tikhedhunga for overnight remain or you will walk further until Ulleri for that you have to climbs 3000 stones ventures from Tikadhunga.

Day 2: Tikhedhunga – Ghorepani (2800m.)

In the first part of the day, You can have breakfast and be set up for Ulleri climb. The path goes steep up for 1.5 hours through a stone tail where the path leads through fields. Rest of the trails experiences inside sprouting rhododendron and Oak timberland. Last move to Nangethanti which will be your lunch spot in Nangethanti. In the winter the path can be secured with snow. After lunch, move to Ghorepani at 2850m. Land at the highest point of the Ghorepani pass and camp there.

Day 3: Ghorepani – Poon hill – Tadapani (2540 m.) 5 hrs walk.

On day 3 start your adventure and move to Poon Hill (3210m) around 1 hr. to observe the best magnificent landscape and dawn over the high mountains. Heaps of snow-topped giants can be seen from Poonhill including Dhaulagiri [8167m], Annapurna South [7119m] Fishtail [6993m], Nilglgiri south, Singa Chuli, Annapurna I [8091m]. You at that point come down to Ghorepani to eat and trek to Tadapani for 6 hours. Trek leads for the most part all over slope through the woods.

Day 4: Trek to Chhomrong (2020 m), 4/5 hrs walk.

This path plummets to the Kimrong stream through the woodland of rhododendron. At that point stroll towards Chhomrong crossing through the Gurung town. Chhomrong offers you close perspectives on Mt. Annapurna south and Hiunchuli and the virgin pinnacle, Fishtail (Machhapuchchhre).

Day 5: Trek to Dovan (2600 m), 4/5 hrs walk.

From Chhomrong stream and again move up to Dovan crossing through quiet rhododendron woodland.

Day 6: Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4131 m), 4/5hrs walk.

The day starts with the move to Machhapuchhre base camp, 3900 meters and to Annapurna base camp. The zone is encompassed by the mountains and is known as Annapurna Sanctuary. This spot gives you a tremendous perspective on Himalayas including Annapurna I, Annapurna South and Barah Shikhar.

Day 7: Trek back to Sinuwa (2300 m), 5/6 hrs walk.

At long last, trek back to Sinuwa with the recognition of Annapurna south and the giant Himalayan pinnacles.

Day 8: Trek from Sinuwa to Jhinu hill (1500 m), 4/5 hrs walk.

In this trek,  You can take bath at natural hot water spring at Jhinu.

Day 9: Trek back to Nayapul and back to Pokhara.

Finally, you can complete your trek through Saulibazar to Nayapul and drive back to Pokhara.

Annapurna Base Camp Best Trekking Season:

Annapurna Base Camp welcomes you any time of the year. However, the monsoon is not a decent time. There is heavy rainfall during the monsoon. Due to heavy rainfall, there are chances of leeches, mosquitoes, potential landslides, and slippery streets. 

To begin with, here are the seasons. In Nepal, these are six seasons: 

Spring (March to May) Summer/Monsoon (June to August) Autumn (September to November) Winter (December to February)

Autumn is the normally best time for this trek. It is the dry season that offers clear blue sky and moderate temperature. This is the best time to do any trek in Nepal and you can get many visitors on the way. 

You could go in December as well. Dry air and clear sky with the best visibility in any case, during winter, it will be freezing and will have snow all over. In the event that you intend to trek in December, you have to get ready well with proper packaging. 

Spring is another best time to do Annapurna Base Camp trek because the trail will bloom with red and white rhododendrons and many other exotic flowers found in this region.

Tents for overnight in Base of Mountain

10 Things To Know Before Annapurna Circuit Trek

  1. Be Fit, not superfit to hike the Annapurna Circuit.
  2. Need proper precautions against AMS/altitude sickness. 
  3. Drink maximum fluids to stay hydrated during the journey.
  4. Carry backup Battery Charger and carry only the essential things. 
  5. Get Trekking Permit for the Annapurna Circuit.
  6. ABC cost is pretty affordable, but there are no ATMs in trails so Carry Cash.
  7. It’s Long, Hard and Tough, also carry First Aid box. 
  8. May not get a chance to Shower daily so, Shower whenever you can. 
  9. Respect the Local Culture.
  10. Take your Rubbish out with you.

Planning a trip to Nepal? Trekking the Annapurna base camp is one of the most jaw-droppingly lovely, life-changing experiences you have ever had on your life. 

Twisting through some of the world’s tallest mountains and various climatic zones, from tropical to freezing snow-capped peaks, intensive days spent on your feet, and getting a charge out of the wonderful accommodation of the Nepalese individuals and their interesting mountain villages: the 10/12 days you’ll spend on the path that is probably the most motivating and challenging you’ll ever experience. 

Getting ready what gear to take for a trek like this is certainly a tricky job. It’s all about finding the harmony between pressing as light as could be allowed, while still boosting the gear that you do take. 

If you have any queries, be sure to leave in the comments below! 

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