Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Diverse landscape with rich mountain vistas, terraced fields, & Gurung villages

Duration Duration 14 Days
Meals Meals
  • 13 Breakfast
  • 09 Lunch
  • 10  Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 4 Night hotel
  • 9 Night Eco Lodge
Activites Activities
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Scenic Drive
Price Reduced US$ 1850 Price Starts From US$ 1550
Destination Destination
Difficulty Difficulty
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
4130 Meter
Activities Activity
Start and Point Start/End Point
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
1-8 people
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Tourist Bus
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
5-6 hours trekking

Overview of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Picture yourself standing at the heart of the Annapurna Sanctuary, surrounded by towering peaks, glistening glaciers, and pristine alpine landscapes. Annapurna Base Camp Trek is an adventure that will leave you in awe of breathtaking nature, warmest hospitality, and delicious local cuisine.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek transports you from Nepal’s busiest city Kathmandu to the charming beauty of the Annapurna Sanctuary. This renowned sanctuary derives its name from the fact that much of your trek will occur within the protected Annapurna Conservation Area.

Your adventure begins amidst golden paddy fields, leading you through lush bamboo and vibrant rhododendron forests as you ascend toward the majestic Annapurna Sanctuary. Along the way, you’ll have the privilege of immersing yourself in the diverse ecosystems that thrive in this region, offering a truly enriching experience.

From diversified floras and faunas to ethnic communities of Magar and Gurung Village, this trek will be a lifetime experience for closely viewing nature and human harmony.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture and savor the delectable cuisine throughout your journey. The trail to Annapurna Base Camp will lead you to some of the highest mountains in the world. These majestic peaks have stood tall for centuries; witnessing them in person will leave a lasting impression on you.

Glimpses of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Highlights

  • Explore the stunning surroundings and serene lakes of Pokhara City (The gateway to the Himalayas)
  • Trek to the heart of the Annapurna Region, accompanied by mountain ranges of 7000-8000m
  • Move along the beautiful terrace farms and farm villages of Ghandruk
  • Rejuvenate your tiredness on the springs of Jhinu Danda
  • Experience the diverse cultures and lifestyles of Nepalese ethnic groups
  • Take in the breathtaking vistas of astonishing and magical mountain views of Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Annapurna South, Machhapuchre, Himchuli, and many other ranges
  • Gaze upon the inward sanctuary of Annapurna Base Camp with panoramic views of more than ten peaks over 6000m tall
  • Witness the magnificent sunrise views at Poon Hill and Base camp

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Package

We provide various packages for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, allowing you to customize them according to your preferences. Choose from budget, standard, and deluxe options, each offering distinct features. To learn more about pricing and package details, contact us via email or WhatsApp (insert contact details). We are thrilled to provide you with all the information you need regarding our packages.

If you are looking into different trek points or routes of the Annapurna region, check out our Annapurna circuit trek package. If trekking isn’t your preferred way to explore, but you still wish to witness the beauty of the Annapurna region, we have an exciting alternative for you. Book a thrilling Nepal helicopter tour with us!

Benefits of traveling with Peregrine Treks

When you decide to set on a journey with us to Annapurna Base Camp, you unlock a wealth of advantages such as:

  • Exclusively secured accommodations at esteemed hotels in Pokhara and Kathmandu, including breakfast, immaculate rooms, and en-suite bathrooms
  • Accommodate you in our most exquisite and awe-inspiring establishments throughout the ABC trek
  • Well-tailored to your needs with a carefully crafted schedule and financial parameters
  • Ample opportunity for all trekkers to capture photographs and appreciate the natural beauty of Annapurna Base Camp & Sanctuary
  • Assure to keep our group sizes small so you can get to know the other travelers and form meaningful connections with those around you.
  • Arrange customizable trips at short notice based on your special requests or unexpected changes in your plans.

A note from our Expert Travel Guide

Our expedition to the Annapurna Base Camp, spanning up to a fortnight, commences with a drive to Pokhara – then by jeep to one of 3 launching points of our trek, Nayapul, Tikedhunga, or Ulleri, depending on your chosen package.

We encourage you to start the ABC trek from Nayapul for two reasons,

  • Starting here is a gentle introduction to the strenuous assents that follow, and the second is starting lower down aids the body to acclimatize.
  • Ensuring your safety and comfort at all times.

The path meanders through verdant foothills, terraced fields, and culturally opulent hamlets. The divine ambiance is augmented by vivid prayer flags, chortens, venerable monasteries, and stupas that bless us with positive energy for a triumphant odyssey.

As we ascend to greater heights, the awe-inspiring landscape leaves us spellbound. The villages are inhabited by Gurungs, Magars, and Thakalis, who practice Hinduism and Buddhism. The unassuming yet gratifying lifestyle of these locals entices us to linger. Their centuries-old customs upheld through their forebears are still alive and thriving.

The Annapurna Trek presents an unbroken tapestry of natural diversity. And captivating mountain vistas, landscapes, terraced rhododendron, and bamboo fields. Additionally, it offers a plethora of flora and fauna. The ABC Trek winds through the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP). The ACAP is a thriving habitat for countless wildlife and vegetation.

The sub-tropical forests of the area abound with various species of birds. The lively presence of monkeys and various other species animates the tropical forests. This trek is an unrivaled and unforgettable experience.

Prior hiking experience is excellent but technical skills are not an essential prerequisite for this expedition. Our guides will adjust to your walking pace and ensure your safety. And the trek can be adjusted as required.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu – Drive: 30 minutes to the hotel
Day 2: Kathmandu to Pokhara – Flight: 25 minutes | Altitude change: 1400 m to 900 m
Day 3: Pokhara to Tike Dhunga – Drive: 1 hour 30 minutes | Trek: 4 – 5 hours | Altitude change: 900 m to 1480 m
Day 4: Tikhe Dhunga to Ghorepani – Trek: 5 – 6 hours | Altitude change: 1480 m to 2870 m
Day 5: Ghorepani to Tadapani via Poonhill – Trek: 6 – 7 hours | Altitude change: 2870 m to 3210 m to 2610 m
Day 6: Tadapani to Chommrong – Trek: 5 – 6 hours | Altitude change: 2610 m to 2150 m
Day 7: Chommrong to Dovan – Trek: 5 – 6 hours | Altitude change: 2150 m to 2600 m
Day 8: Dovan to Deurali – Trek: 5 – 6 hours | Altitude change: 2600 m to 2960 m
Day 9: Deurali to Annapurna base camp via Machhapuchre base camp – Trek: 7 – 8 hours | Altitude change: 2960 m to 3700 m to 4130 m
Day 10: Annapurna base camp to Bamboo Village – Trek: 5 – 6 hours | Altitude change: 4130 m to 2340 m
Day 11: Bamboo Village to Jhinu Dada hot spring – Trek: 5 – 6 hours | Altitude change: 2340 m to 1780 m
Day 12: Jhinu Dada to Pokhara – Trek: 7 hours | Drive: 1 – 1.5 hours | Altitude change: 1780 m to 900 m
Day 13: Pokhara to Kathmandu – Flight: 25 minutes | Altitude change: 900 m to 1400 m
Day 14: Departure – Drive: 30 minutes to the airport

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

    Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative will greet you. He will travel with you to your designated hotel. Following check-in, you can stroll along the charming streets near your hotel. Here you can capture your first impression of the enchanting city of Kathmandu.

    We invite you to attend a brief trip meeting in the evening. In the meeting, you will be introduced to your guide, who will address any questions or concerns and explain your itinerary.

    Elevation: 1400 m
    Accommodation: The Everest Hotel
    Meal: Not Included

  • Day 02: Fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara

    After enjoying a pleasant breakfast, we will take a flight to Pokhara. The flight to Pokhara takes approximately 25 minutes. Pokhara is a picturesque city in central Nepal. It is often called the “Gateway to the Himalayas” due to its proximity to many popular trekking routes in the Annapurna mountain range. The city is situated beside the serene Phewa Lake. It is surrounded by stunning Himalayan peaks, making it a popular destination for domestic and international travelers seeking natural beauty and adventure. We can explore the city and its stunning surroundings upon arrival in Pokhara.

    Elevation: 900 m
    Accommodation: Kuti Resort or similar
    Meal: Breakfast
    Drive Duration: 7 hours (If by bus) otherwise 25 minutes of flight

  • Day 03: Drive to Nayapul and Trek to Tike Dhunga

    Our adventure today starts with a drive from Pokhara to Nayapul. It will take roughly an hour and thirty minutes (here is an opportunity to shorten the trip if required by taking a jeep to Ulleri). Once we arrive, we will trek along the idyllic banks of Modi Khola for about fifteen minutes until we arrive at the quaint village of Birethanti. This charming hamlet boasts an array of shops and teahouses. Here we will take a break and refreshments.

    After, we will continue our journey, trekking through the village and keeping close to the north bank of Bhurungdi Khola. As we forge ahead, we will gradually ascend the valley, making our way towards Hille, positioned at 1,495 m. A brief climb later, we will reach Tikhedhunga. This village is perched at an impressive altitude of 1,570 m, where we will spend the night in comfort.

    Elevation: 1540 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 4 to 5 hours

  • Day 04: Trek from Tikhe Dhunga to Ghorepani trail

    After breakfast, we will traverse a stream located in Tike Dhunga to start our ascent up a steep stone staircase, approximately 3500 steps. Our destination is the captivating and charming Magar Village at Ulleri. Here we will take lunch.

    Our journey after that will lead us through a splendid display of rhododendron blossoms (depending on the season) and awe-inspiring oak forests. As we progress, we will ascend toward Nangethanti before moving toward Ghorepani. We will spend the night in one of the local lodges of Ghorepani.

    Elevation: 2870 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Day 05: Trek from Ghorepani to Tadapani via Poonhill

    We start early this morning, around 4 am, to begin our regular (1-2 hours) hike to the summit of Poon Hill at 3,210 meters. This remarkable vantage point gives us an unparalleled opportunity to witness an awe-inspiring sunrise display showcasing three magnificent Himalayan peaks – Dhaulagiri I, Annapurna I, and Manaslu, along with the panoramic vistas of the Kali Gandaki Gorge. Furthermore, we can also view the distinct border between Nepal and Tibet, separated by the trans-Himalayan ranges.

    We return to Ghorepani village and take our breakfast. Then, we begin the next phase of our expedition. Our path will lead us through a series of ridges, pine forests, and the colorful rhododendron flora as we ascend toward Deurali. Following a refreshing descent towards Banthanti, we will take a turn towards Tadapani, where we will settle in for the night.

    Elevation: Poon Hill- 3210 m, Tadapani- 2610 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

  • Day 06: Trek from Tadapani to Chhomrong

    After breakfast, we will start our journey from Tadapani and descent through dense forests of rhododendron. As we near the village of Gurjung, home to the ethnic Gurung community, the path will become less steep. We will arrive at Chomrong in time for lunch. Here, we will have plenty of time to admire the breathtaking views of Annapurna South and Machhapuchhre.

    Elevation: 2150 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Day 07: Trek from Chhomrong to Dovan

    After breakfast, we will begin our journey by taking a path that descends sharply towards the Chomrung Khola. The trail follows this river for a while. We cross a suspension bridge along the way, continuing towards Sinuwa village, located at an elevation of 2,340 meters. As we trek through the lush landscape, we will witness many different plants and animal species, each unique and fascinating. The forest will appear to thicken as we progress, with bamboo trees growing abundantly. We will then reach the village of Dovan. Here we will rest for the night and continue our adventure in the morning.

    Elevation: 2600 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Day 08: Trek from Dovan to Deurali

    Today, our journey begins towards the charming village of Deurali. This beautiful village is situated amidst towering rock formations. It offers a breathtaking view of the majestic Mount Hiunchuli. The trail ahead is a gradual slope for the first 30 minutes, followed by a challenging steep ascent for the next 40 minutes.

    Upon reaching our destination, we will be mesmerized by the stunning Deurali waterfall. The waterfall originates from the magnificent mountain range of Hiunchuli. As we settle in for the night in Deurali, we will also have the privilege of catching a glimpse of the world-famous Mount Machhapuchhre while admiring the awe-inspiring natural beauty surrounding us. As the sun sets, the mountaintops turn golden, and if you look carefully, you will see the form of a Budda high on the mountainside.

    Elevation: 2960 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Day 09: Trek through Machhapuchhre Base Camp from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp

    After breakfast, we will embark on a thrilling expedition outside of Deurali. Our journey will begin with a stroll through the river bed. After a challenging climb lasting four to five hours, we will reach the Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC). From here, we can experience extraordinary beauty that offers unparalleled vistas of the magnificent Machhapuchhre Peak. We also have other noteworthy summits, such as Annapurna South, Annapurna I and III, and Gangapurna.

    After spending some time at MBC, we will embark on a journey towards ABC, passing by several abandoned shepherd’s huts beside a moraine. This path offers a spectacular view of the southern face of Annapurna, a sight that will leave you amazed. After two hours of traversing, we will reach ABC, where an unparalleled view of the snow-capped Himalayas awaits us. The base camp provides an unobstructed view of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Hiunchuli, and other majestic peaks.

    It forms a beautiful natural amphitheater and will leave you with unforgettable memories. Here you will have time to take photos, explore base camp or sit and contemplate the meaning of life.

    Elevation: MBC- 3700 m, ABC- 4130 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 7 to 8 hours

  • Day 10: Trek from ABC to Bamboo

    We will rise early in the morning to witness the breathtaking sunrise over the awe-inspiring Mt Annapurna I. After this unforgettable experience and a hearty breakfast, we will continue along the trail, descending for approximately five hours until we reach the charming village of Bamboo. Here, we will find comfort in a cozy teahouse where we will spend the night discussing the cherished memories we made that will last a lifetime.

    Elevation: 2340 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Day 11: Trek from Bamboo to Jhinu Danda Hot Spring

    After breakfast, we will climb from Bamboo to Khuldi Ghar before retracing our steps to Sinuwa village. We will then ascend a series of stone steps to arrive at Chhomrong, where we will enjoy a nourishing lunch. Our next leg of the journey will take us on a steep descent toward our final destination of the day, Jhinu Danda. Along the way, you will have the unique opportunity to visit an all-natural thermal spring next to a nearby stream. This will allow you to unwind and rejuvenate your body after a challenging 6-hour trek.

    Elevation: 1780 m
    Accommodation: Local Lodge or Teahouse
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

  • Day 12: Trek from Jhinu Danda to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara

    After a nourishing breakfast, we will stroll along the sparkling Modi River. On the way, we can take in the breathtaking scenery of the beautiful landscape. We will stop in the charming Landruk village for lunch. Our journey will continue along a well-maintained trail, offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The trek to Nayapul will be pleasant and undemanding, lasting approximately 7 hours. After some rest in Nayapul, we will set on a one-hour drive back to Pokhara. In Pokhara, take some time to relax and settle into your accommodations for the evening.

    Should you want to extend your stay in Nepal, there are many interesting sights and exciting activities in Pokhara.

    Elevation: 900 m
    Accommodation: Kuti Resort or similar
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Trek Duration: 7 hours
    Drive Time: 1 to 1.5 hours

  • Day 13: Fly back to Kathmandu

    After a delicious breakfast, you will take a 25-minute flight to Kathmandu. Once you arrive, you will have the evening free to explore the bustling neighborhood of Thamel, known for its vibrant shopping scene. You can wander through the streets, perusing the local shops and boutiques, and maybe even pick up a few unique souvenirs to take home. Please note that it is essential to respect local customs and haggle in a friendly manner if you choose to purchase anything. As always, we encourage you to have a safe and enjoyable time while immersing yourself in the culture of this fascinating city.

    Elevation: 1400 m
    Accommodation: The Everest Hotel or similar
    Meal: Breakfast and Farewell Dinner
    Drive Time: 7 hours

  • Day 14: Departure

    In the morning, we will provide you with a delectable breakfast. Afterward, one of our team members will accompany you to the airport in a private vehicle. If your flight is scheduled for the evening, you can shop for souvenirs for your friends and family.

    We can arrange some of the most thrilling adventure activities available if you wish to lengthen your stay in Nepal.

    Meal: Breakfast


What's included

  • Airport transfers (two times) in a private vehicle and all other land transportation as per an itinerary
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara (breakfast included)
  • Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu flight
  • Standard lodge or guesthouse with basic facilities during the trek
  • Three-times meals during the trek with tea/coffee
  • An experienced and well trained English speaking guide and necessary porter
  • Food, Accommodation, transportation, and insurance for guide and porter
  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek Permit
  • Trekker’s Information Management Systems (TIMS card)
  • Applicable Taxes

What is excluded

  • International airfare and visa fee
  • Pre and post-accommodation, except for the scheduled itinerary
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses like internet, phone calls, laundry, bar, and beverage bills, etc
  • Tipping for guide, porter, and driver (not mandatory)


Peregrine Trek maintains an unwavering commitment to providing exceptional lodging experiences to our guests throughout ABC Trek. Our lodgings encompass a broad range of 4-star category hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara designed for twin/double sharing.

If you wish to adjust your lodging preferences, we can make the necessary arrangements at an additional or reduced cost. Kathmandu and Pokhara offer a diverse range of lodging options. These options range from affordable accommodations to lavish ones.

Yet, during your trekking expedition, lodging options can be limited. Depending on your location, you may need to stay in tea houses or local lodges. These lodgings offer twin-sharing rooms, with basic amenities provided. Still, some of these lodgings come with private bathrooms and hot showers. In certain instances, shared toilets, laundry, and kitchen facilities may need to be utilized.

During your stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara, we offer breakfast as part of the package. For lunch and dinner, you’ll have a wealth of options to choose from within these vibrant cities. While trekking, we’ll provide delicious breakfast and dinner meals at our overnight lodges. We will provide lunch at eating houses at your next destination.

You’ll be able to indulge in traditional Nepali cuisine, including Daal Bhat Tarkari (Rice Lentil Soup and Vegetables) and other tasty side dishes. The teahouse menu will vary. They offer everything from Tibetan bread to Chapati, and local eggs, pancakes, soups, Sherpa stew, and momos. Additionally, you may be served noodles, pasta, potatoes, and sandwiches.

These lodges also stock a selection of refreshments, including tea, coffee, soda, and some alcoholic beverages, which are not included in the package cost.

Route Map

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Route Map

ABC boasts many trekking route options to explore. This allows for the creation of different itineraries to suit various preferences. At Chhomrong, all routes converge and follow the same path to the base camp. Adventurers can either make a direct trip to the Annapurna Base Camp or divert to Ghandruk or Ghorepani Poon Hill.

It is good to pause at various settlements along the way up and back down, which would result in a 3–4 day difference. Usually, the hike starts in Pokhara and ends in Phedi before returning to Pokhara.

Departure Dates

Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.

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    You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.

    Essential Information

    Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Experience Jaw-Dropping Geo-Diversity

    You will travel through breathtaking scenery and varied topography. You will see the canyons hidden between mountain ranges and glacial rivers. And you can stop to admire the rivers that never fail to sparkle and flow.

    A Peek into Nepali Culture

    You can indulge yourself in an immersive cultural experience within Gurung Villages. You will be staying in the traditional-Gurung lodges in Ghorepani and Chomorung. Locals run typical lodges that accommodate 20-25 people.

    Your interaction with the staff at tea houses, porters, and guides on the Annapurna base camp trail will help you engage with the authentic customs and traditions of the community.

    Experience the breathtaking natural amphitheater of Annapurna Base Camp, where stunning vistas await your arrival.

    Observe the glorious emergence of the morning sun from the vantage point of Poon Hill.

    Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayan landscape and behold its breathtaking panoramic vista. Mt. Annapurna I (8,091 m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Mt. Machhapuchhre (6,993 m), Mt. Nilgiri (7,061 m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6,441 m), Mt. Gangapurna (7,455 m), Tukuche Peak (6,920 m), Varaha Shikhar (7,847 m), and more.

    Indulge in the rejuvenating thermal waters of Jhinu Danda.

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    Physical Fitness and Health

    Traversing to greater altitudes requires a heightened degree of physical exertion compared to traveling at lower elevations. Still, you can complete this trek with optimal health, adequate physical fitness, a positive mindset, unwavering self-confidence, and an unyielding sense of determination. While prior hiking experience may prove valuable, technical skills are not essential for this expedition.

    We recommend increasing your endurance, strength, and stability before starting this trek. You can engage in systematic exercises and jogging for a few weeks before starting the journey. You should also seek the counsel of a medical professional before undertaking this trip. If you have pre-existing medical conditions such as heart, lung, or blood ailments, please notify us before reserving the trek.

    And the most important thing is always to drink bottled water or boiled water instead of purifying pills on these popular treks.

    Necessary Permits and Documents

    To undertake the ABC trek, only two permits are required:

    Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit

    Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) is a mandatory permit prerequisite for all visitors to the Annapurna region. It remains valid throughout the entire expanse, regardless of the length of your stay. Peregrine Treks will help you get an ACAP.

    Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Permit

    Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Permit is essential for those seeking to embark upon the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. These permits can be acquired through a registered trekking agency or at the TAAN office in Kathmandu.

    Required Documents

    Documents required for obtaining these permits include:

    • A photocopy of the individual’s Passport,
    • Two passport-sized photographs,
    • A detailed itinerary of the trekking journey and the designated area,
    • The applicable permit fee is in Nepali currency.

    Obtaining the necessary permits need not be a hassle for you. Reach out to us and secure your booking for this tour. Entrust all your concerns to us, as we will take on the task of acquiring all required permits for a seamless trip. Contact us at:

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    Tips for Packing

    Minimize the transportation of superfluous technological devices, such as laptops, iPads, and speakers. Refrain from incorporating excessive and bulky articles of clothing into your luggage.

    It is inevitable to sweat during summer treks, which may cause discomfort. You can opt for undergarments made of soft and breathable fabric to prevent any chaffing.

    Staying hydrated is an essential component of mountaineering expeditions in the Himalayas. Bringing a reusable water bottle to refill from natural sources is recommended instead of purchasing pre-packaged water during the trek.

    Consuming untreated water poses a significant risk of contracting illnesses. So, it is good to focus on using water purifiers to ensure access to potable water.

    Hence, read our blog on “ Packing List for ABC Trek ” and carry essential things for the trip.

    Avoiding Crowds (How Peregrine will help?)

    Strategic planning is critical for those seeking an exclusive and crowd-free trekking experience on the ABC trail. Opting for low-season trekking during the summer/rainy months of June to August or the winter months of late December to February may be advantageous. However, it is essential to remember that these periods are accompanied by significant challenges that may add to the trek’s difficulty.

    Slippery paths and encounters with leeches may be expected during the summer or rainy season. At the same time, cold weather may be a concern during winter. That being said, the ABC trek is still feasible for those with an adventurous spirit during these periods. At Peregrine Treks, we guarantee comprehensive support for your trek, even during the low seasons.

    Weather and Best Time to Visit

    The optimal seasons for the ABC trek are Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to early December). During these periods, the skies present a stunning shade of blue. The temperatures at ABC stay between 10°C to 20°C during the day and five °C at night. The crisp air may give a chill, but the breathtaking views ignite a blazing fire within.

    For those seeking an adrenaline rush, the monsoon season (June-August) presents a splendid prospect to delve into the lush greenery, cascading waterfalls, and vibrant wildlife. The temperatures during this phase may fluctuate between a balmy 23°C during the day and a cooler 5°C-10°C at night. The mornings are infused with brightness, but the afternoons can become an artistry of grey and blue clouds.

    During the winter months from late December to February, a unique and unparalleled opportunity awaits seasoned hiking enthusiasts at Annapurna Base Camp. The days remain bathed in radiant sunshine despite the mercury dropping to sub-zero temperatures. A winter expedition to ABC is worthwhile for those with ample hiking experience seeking a unique adventure.

    Which is the Best Month to Trek to Annapurna Base Camp?

    You can do this trek all year round. However, autumn and spring are the best time to make this trek. March, April, May, September, October, and November when the weather is warm and sunny and provides you with the best views of nature.

    However, winters have a lesser crowd, so we get the serenity of nature but it can be harsh and cold in winter. Trekking in summers and monsoons can be disturbed by rain waters.

    Altitude Sickness and Prevention

    It is uncommon to encounter symptoms of altitude sickness during this particular trek. The maximum elevation attained is 4,130m at the Annapurna Base Camp. Still, drinking at least three liters of water daily to sustain one’s vigor levels is wise. It is best to limit the consumption of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products to guard against the effects of the increased altitude. For those seeking additional assistance in adapting to the elevated altitudes, Diamox might be a viable alternative. You need to maintain a slow pace while ascending.

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek Elevation

    During the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we move to a higher altitude than 2500m. So our body needs to adjust to the altitude. We design our treks to be at a slow pace, so it’s more comfortable for the human body to adapt to the changing climate. You might experience headaches, disturbed sleep, nausea, cough, pulse, etc.

    Trekkers are highly recommended to drink plenty of liquids like water and garlic soup. We discourage the consumption of alcoholic substances as they can hamper fitness and may lead to causing sickness.

    However, our doctors will look after you if you experience any symptoms of AMS; the group leader can also ask you to descend as it is the only cure for Acute Mountain Sickness.

    Physical Condition & Experience Requirements for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    While on our Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we will walk on average for 5-7 hours daily. So this is a moderate trek for adventurous and passionate walkers. The ones going on this journey must prepare themselves by doing some exercise. The hike up at the higher altitudes is a bit more demanding.

    However, this trek can be accomplished easily if you are physically fit and have strong determination and willpower. Past hiking can be an extra asset for the trekkers on this trek. This camp, located at an elevation of about 4200 meters, is popular with groups and solo trekkers.

    Annapurna Base Camp Hiking Distance

    What distance should you expect to cover to Complete Annapurna Base Camp Trek? The Annapurna Base Camp trek is usually 110 kilometers long. On average, you’ll have to walk for 6 hours a day and cover a distance of 10 kilometers. This relatively easy trail will take in Nepal’s rural countryside close to the Annapurna mountain range.

    Altitude Sickness & Acclimatization during Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Acclimatization is a phenomenon used during Annapurna Base Camp Trek at high altitudes. The process makes one’s body adapt to thin air and the Himalayan environment. Oxygen particles start getting sparse, and air density gets thin at a higher altitude above 2000 meters. We have a pattern to follow while we walk at higher elevations to prevent Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Trekking too fast could result in AMS.

    Common symptoms like difficulty breathing, headache, nausea, dizziness, insomnia, vomiting, etc., could appear. One should never ignore the signs mentioned above. If untreated, it will result in High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE) and High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE). HACE AND HAPE affect the brain and lungs, filling fluid inside and fatal to the patient.

    The most efficient way to rescue people with AMS symptoms is via Helicopter which costs around $2500.

    We design our itinerary so that you will have sufficient time for acclimatization. You will have one or two rest days in lower elevations before climbing higher than 3500 meters. During the rest day, you will take short hikes to a certain height and return to your teahouse.

    For safety, our guides will always carry a first aid kit, including Diamox, a pill to prevent AMS symptoms. However, you should follow the guide’s instructions and keep yourself hydrated. Avoid alcoholic and caffeinated drinks, which will cause dehydration.

    Mandatory Guide Info for Trekking In Nepal

    On Thursday, March 2, 2023, the Nepalese government announced that solo navigation of the Himalayan Mountains would no longer be sanctioned. All trekkers must be accompanied by a professional guide to ensure optimal safety. This new regulation will offer climbers unparalleled proficiency regarding the most desirable trails.

    Group Size

    If you join a fixed departure trip, you will probably trek with people from different countries and ages. It could be an opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. The group size varies from 2 people to 16 maximum.

    Guide, Trek Leader & Support Staff

    A professional, certified, and reliable trekking guide will lead your group. The guide will be a resident have had many years of experience guiding groups of mountain trekkers. An experienced guide will have in-depth knowledge of the region you will be trekking. Our guides are well-versed in English speaking and writing. Depending on group size, an assistant guide, and porter crew will join the trek leader.

    Arrival & Departure (Kathmandu)

    You can rely on us for airport pick-up and drop-off service. The representative of Peregrine will assist you at the airport upon arrival and departure.

    Travel Insurance for Nepal

    Travel insurance is essential and crucial component of adventure holidays. Nepal is famous for its outdoor adventures. Most tourists choose Nepal for trekking in the Himalayas and to experience other kinds of exotic sports.

    Travel insurance could be of various types but must cover emergency medical treatment or evacuation between 4000m-5000m high. Helicopter rescues from the foothills of mountains are common in Nepal. Be careful to choose your insurance wisely, preferably one which pays directly to the hospital rather than requiring you to pay it on the spot. Evidence of insurance will be required before the start of the trek and should include a 24-hour contact number.

    Passport & Visa for Nepal

    Apart from Indians, every foreigner must have a visa to enter Nepal. Issuing a Nepalese visa is hassle-free compared to other countries. An individual can obtain a Nepalese permit before entering Nepal. Moreover, one can obtain an on-the-spot visa at the Tribhuwan International Airport or the border checkpoints in Nepal and India/China.

    Nepal has listed the name of a few countries whose nationals are not eligible to obtain the spot visa upon arrival. Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Liberia.

    To obtain a visa, filled an application form, provide a passport-size photograph, and pay the visa fee. A single entry visa costs USD 30, 50, or 125 and is valid for 15, 30, or 90 days. An individual can pay the above fees in any currency at the airport, but some border checkpoints accept only USD. Likewise, children aged below ten are required visas with different fee structures.

    You can apply for a multiple-entry visa if you visit India, Tibet, and Bhutan simultaneously. Otherwise, you can change your single entry visa to various visas at Central Immigration Office, Kathmandu. The passport must be valid for at least six months before visa application submission. You can read more on the Nepal Travel Info page.

    Annapurna Base Camp weather

    The climate of Nepal is moderate. Nepal and Europe share similar weather but opposite the Australian seasons. , like other countries, Nepal also has four seasons. Winter generally starts from December until February, the coldest month. Temperatures could drop down significantly at higher altitudes resulting in heavy snowfall. Spring (March-May) and autumn (September- November) are the best seasons for most outdoor adventures. Nepal has the highest number of visitors this season.

    Last, the Monsoon (end of June- August) is the hottest and wettest season. The temperature in some plain regions could increase above 40 degrees. Or else it could rain all day and night, resulting in significant catastrophes like mass floods and landslides.

    Banking and Forex in Nepal

    Individuals can pay in foreign exchange at hotels, travel agencies, and airlines. Numerous city ATMs accept international bank cards (Plus, Cirrus, etc.). In most ATMs, the maximum withdrawal amount is 20,000NRS allowing you to withdraw repeatedly.

    Moreover, most tourist standard hotels, restaurants, airports, and travel agencies accept credit cards like Visa, JCB, MasterCard, and American Express. However, the bank enforces a certain amount of transaction fees during the transaction. The minimum surcharge is 4%. (But we won’t make any charges for credit card payments.)

    Custom Formalities in Nepal

    You must pass customs to check your baggage when you arrive in Nepal. You are permitted personal belongings like a laptop, camera, and video recorder. If you purchase an antiquities to take back home, it must be certified by the Department of Archeology. It is illegal to export Nepal artifacts that are 100 years and older.

    Emergency Contact Information

    Please provide your emergency contact information while completing the form to book this trip. The contact person could be anyone from your family or a close acquaintance. You can get the contact details of the Embassy and Consulate by this link.

    Safety and Security – Nepal

    Nepal is long known for its safe and warm hospitality to travelers. You will become aware of the Nepalese people’s friendliness and helping nature as soon as you step here. Still, it would be helpful if you were responsible for your belongings. Keeping your valuables like money, jewelry, expensive gadgets, and electronics would be sensible.

    Be safe and avoid walking alone at nighttime, especially in places with fewer people. Try to maintain a close distance from your group or representatives of Peregrine Treks.

    Electricity – Nepal

    Most of the major cities are now free from load shedding. At the same time, electricity is still cut off in some remote regions of Nepal. The standard frequency and voltage in Nepal are 50HZ and 230V.

    However, most hotels and guesthouses have generators, inverters, or solar power. You can find standard sockets in city hotels. Besides, teahouses of mountain lodges have two or three-pronged outlets. Still, we recommend you carry a universal adaptor to charge your electronics without fuss.

    Vaccinations – Nepal

    We suggest you check with a physician regarding any illness six months before starting your trip. Take the required complete course of treatments and boosters before you embark on an adventure to a foreign country. If you are trekking at a higher altitude, you don’t have to worry about tropical illness.

    Baggage – Nepal (Domestic Flight and Porter)

    On domestic flights in Nepal, individuals can carry luggage weighing 15 kg. If the weight exceeds 15 kg, you must pay for extra luggage. During the trekking, we will have one porter who will carry the baggage of two clients. He can take 30 kg, meaning one trekker should have no more than 15 kg of luggage. While the porter carries your bags, you will require a day backpack.

    Physical Condition & Experience for ABC Trek

    Walking is generally considered a healthy exercise. Undoubtedly, walking in higher elevations is usually more physically demanding. For this reason, you must be in good health, moderately fit, full of positive vibes, determined, and confident. Thus, you can quickly complete the high-altitude trekking.

    You can develop your fitness by carrying medium-level exercise and jogging before your ABC Trek. As a result, it will boost your strength and stability. If this is not your first trek, you can apply your experience. It’s beautiful even if you are a first-timer because technical skills are not required for this trip.

    Consult your doctor if you have any pre-existing medical conditions before the trek. We advise you to inform Peregrine Treks if you have any medical conditions before booking the excursion. We will try to arrange your trip accordingly.

    Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Solo

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek can be done solo if you have had previous trekking experience in Nepal. At the same time, there is a risk of trekking alone, as the trek to ABC is a high-altitude trek, and you may have to face several difficulties throughout the walk.

    But it is possible to trek solo with good preparations before heading to Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Chose suitable and favorable seasons for the trek, and packing should be done wisely to carry only the necessary things. Otherwise, the backpack is going to make your hike more challenging. And always have a rain cover for your backpack.

    You will be on your own throughout the trek so make sure to keep a buffer day for unexpected emergencies. It would help if you managed all the permits, including meals and accommodations. You should be able to talk and communicate with the locals.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is not considered difficult; its adventurous nature and the requirement to maintain a steady walking pace classify it as a moderate trek.

    The Annapurna Base Camp trek takes you through many villages of various ethnic communities, each with its own culture and lifestyle and lush greenery, rhododendron, and bamboo forests, a diverse range of floras and faunas, and finally to the mountain peaks. The views, mountain ranges, villages, people, and friends you meet along the way are truly remarkable and rewarding experiences!

    You will need two entry permits for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

    ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit):

    Trekkers need to get this permission to enter the Annapurna Conservation Area.

    ACAP entry permit for foreigners – 3000 NPR (approx. $25)
    ACAP entry permit for SAARC nationals – 1000 NPR (approx. $9).

    TIMS Card: A TIMS card is also required for this trek. This permit costs around 1000 NPR (approx. $10) for all citizens worldwide.

    The weather in the mountains is hard to predict. Winters (November to February) could be colder in the mountains, with significantly less solar heat. Most mountain trekking trails will be blocked due to torrential rain during the monsoon season (June to early September).

    The best months favorable for high-altitude trekking are spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to early November). However, it’s up to you which season you choose to venture into our mountains.

    Among all other trekking types, the Annapurna Base Camp Teahouse trek is Nepal’s most popular and secure way of trekking. It has almost replaced the old-school camping trek and set the trend along the Annapurna and Everest trekking routes. It means resting or stopping for the night at locally-owned teahouses established along the roads.

    The owners provide accommodation and food to trekkers, while the provision of services varies according to the availability of resources. The teahouses offer shared rooms with attached or sometimes separate bathrooms. They also provide solar electricity and hot water, Wi-Fi, and a menu with many dishes.

    On your Annapurna Base Camp Trek days, you will typically have to walk for 5 to 7 hours a day. We will be covering a 10 to 14-km distance. Above 3000m of altitude, we will walk for 5 to 7 hours, but the distance covered will be less. We will maintain our walking pace to prevent AMS.

    It would help if you prepared yourself to be flexible along with the itinerary, as it could be altered by weather conditions, geographical variation, and the physical condition of the individual trekkers.

    Please get in touch with us at +977 98510 52413 (WhatsApp/Viber/Mobile) or [email protected].


    4.5 Star Rating

    Based on 22 Reviews

    Searlas Pellerin
    United Kingdom
    5 Star Rating


    Awesome trip

    I flew to Pokhara from Kathmandu, which was way cleaner and more manageable than Kathmandu. The streets were excellent, with no traffic jams. I was amazed after I started my trek. Every village where we stopped for an overnight stay had excellent facilities and WI-FI available. I seriously think that Nepal Telecommunication could give some healthy suggestions to telecom companies in Australia!! I enjoyed the serenity and Nepalese culture. I wish I could stay here for my whole life, but I only can want to come back for my next trek.

    After Ghorepani Annapurna Base Camp Annapurna Sanctuary Trek Annapurna Sanctuary Trekking
    Poon Hill
    Caleb Meany
    5 Star Rating


    Great Company for Nepal Trekking

    We were five people in a group for the ABC trek. Peregrine provided us with one trekking guide and three porters to carry our baggage. I must consider the spirit of the porters for carrying our luggage and walking alongside us for that long duration. Our guide was very inspiring and organized. He was responsible for managing food and accommodation for the group, and he did his best. Apart from trek days, Peregrine Trek back in Kathmandu managed anything we desired, such as internal flights, pick-up, and drop-off services.
    Every people from Peregrine Treks was humble and a great company to hang out with in Nepal. We honestly had a great experience and memories with you guys. Thank you for your hospitality and service. Hope to see you again.

    Bailey Gollan
    5 Star Rating


    Highly recommended Trek

    Namaste, Peregrine Treks and the team from Australia! Thank everyone for making our trip to Annapurna Base Camp successful. From arrival to departure, you took complete care of us, providing a humble gesture of hospitality. We are glad to recommend your services to our family, friends, and everyone who wishes to trek in Nepal.

    Near Birethati Jhinu Hot Spring Funeral in Pashupatinath Dining room in the trekking area
    Quinzio Padovano
    5 Star Rating


    Fantastic trekking experience

    Peregrine Treks were just the perfect company for us. They organized our trek in such a managed way; we did not even feel one slight doubt throughout our whole trip. Two fantastic trekking guides, Layul and Regmi, were with us to accompany us for the trek. They both were full of local knowledge and motivating enough to encourage us to complete our trek. Besides, the food and accommodation were without any complaints or issues.

    We had a fantastic time during the entire trek with Peregrine Treks. If you are up for any trek or tour in Nepal, we strongly recommend Peregrine Trek and Tour.

    Celia D. Moore
    United States
    4.5 Star Rating

    Very Good

    10 Days in the Annapurna

    Annapurna Base Camp trek was an easy grade trek for me. We walked on steep hills, stony paths, and forested routes. Annapurna Trek is also very popular in Nepal, along with Everest Base Camp Trek. Pristine mountain views and astounding scenarios blessed the trek routes. I trekked to ABC in the most favorable month, i.e., July. Also, you can travel to ABC in late Feb-May and ate Oct-early Dec. You need to have TIMS, and ACAP permits from Pokhara and start the trek the next day. Apart from the excellent season, if you are a winter person, you must bring chains/spikes for your shoe to trek to ABC.

    Anyways, I had an excellent experience trekking to ABC with Peregrine Treks. I recommend everyone book their trip with Peregrine in Nepal. Thank you.

    On and around Ulleri
    Alisha J. Olds
    United Kingdom
    5 Star Rating


    Spectacular Annapurna Sanctuary

    Annapurna Base Camp is perfect for you if you want to trek a moderate-level route in Nepal. I did this trek organized by Peregrine Treks. The facility and hospitality offered by this company were fantastic. I had a great time with the guide and porter; they were super helpful. Moreover, the views of the mountains from Annapurna Sanctuary were so spectacular I felt like its calling me again. No doubt, I will return to Nepal and make another trip with Peregrine Treks again.

    Playground in the Annapurna Area Suspension bridge in Annapurna Sanctury Trek Thamel
    Karla M. Lund
    5 Star Rating


    ABC Trek in monsoon

    We are very grateful to Peregrine Treks and our guide Mingmar for making our ABC trip successful. My friend and I did this Annapurna Base Camp Trek during monsoon season. Though it was not an appropriate season for trekking in Nepal, we trusted Peregrine Treks with its management, and they were worth it. We got the opportunity to explore Kathmandu Valley before we were set for the ABC trek. We appreciate Peregrine Treks for its satisfying service and quality. Thank you for making our trip successful. We strongly recommend Peregrine Treks to others.

    Owen Fuller
    5 Star Rating


    Unforgettable Trekking Experience With Peregrine Treks!!!

    I was afraid; I would spoil my trek to Annapurna Base Camp. It was my first trek ever. Nima, the guide and porters, who were with me during my entire trek, were beneficial. They encouraged and motivated me to complete my trek. The memories I got from my trek were unforgettable.
    If you wish to have an excellent trekking experience in Nepal, I recommend Peregrine Treks for its year-long adventure, quality, and reasonable price.

    Jonathan Huxham
    5 Star Rating


    Trusted Tour Company

    Although the journey was long for us, it was worth it. We were blessed with a phenomenal mountain view surrounding the Annapurna region. Notably, the views were undeniably great from routes between Machhapuchhere Base Camp to Annapurna Base Camp.
    We trusted Peregrine Treks to organize our trip, and they exceeded our expectations. Our journey, food, and accommodation were very managed and satisfying. The companies, no doubt, have a great experience in their field. We highly recommend everyone choose Peregrine Treks for their future trips. We will as well come back for the next trip with Peregrine Treks.

    Daniel K. Netzer
    United States
    4.5 Star Rating

    Very Good

    Unforgettable experience

    ABC trek was the most exceptional trek ever. Although the beginning of the trek was a bit out of track due to rain and low visibility of scenarios, the preceding days got better. I loved walking into the woods of Rhododendron forest between Ghorepani and Chomrong. We successfully reached ABC, and perfect weather and spectacular mountain visibilities blessed us.

    I had an unforgettable time with our group, guide, and porters.

    Julia B. Austin
    United States
    4.5 Star Rating

    Very Good

    Dal Bhat power 24 hour

    “DaalBhat Power, 24 Hour”. Now I realize why this proverb is so famous in Nepal. It took us approximately six days to reach the final destination of the ABC complete circuit. During those days, I only had DaalBhat, the best energy source for my legs, and I completed my trek. It kept me going. My guide and porter were as excellent as DaalBhat, energetic and motivating. Thank you, Peregrine, for such an excellent memory and great service.

    Lea Bürger
    5 Star Rating


    An excellent service

    I never thought my trek to ABC would be so promising and satisfying. All thanks to Peregrine Treks for providing me with the best guide Nima and porter Ram. Without them, I would have been lost in the woods. They were so humble, caring, and friendly. There is no doubt that Peregrine Treks is the best trekking agency in Nepal. Thank you for your service. I will be back for another super adventurous trek with you guys.

    Archer Macnamara
    5 Star Rating


    The Excellent Trek to ABC

    The most amazing experience of my life was trekking with Peregrine Treks and Tours. This company’s booking process was simple, and I could quickly understand the itinerary’s specifics. During the walk, there was no rush. I also recall enjoying a hot shower at the Jhinu Dada hot spring. It was great to take a shower in the middle of the Himalayas. The most pleasant sensations came from the lovely pine forest and when crossing the Bamboo from the river’s edge. I thoroughly liked every part of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, including the excellent accommodations and meals.

    Nicholas Holloway
    5 Star Rating


    Great Time in Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

    I highly recommend this expedition to everyone who visits Nepal. From Annapurna Base Camp, there was a stunning vista of the whole northern Himalayas. Similarly, I trekked over the steep terrain of Central Nepal, which was incredible to me. The Peregrine’s guide assisted me from beginning to end, and this excursion ended spectacularly. Another fantastic thing was the chilly atmosphere when trekking down from Macchapuchre Base Camp. Along with it, Pokhara’s stunning cityscape and its fusion of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges were also breathtaking sights. Thanks to Peregrine, I had a great time on this adventure!

    Ava Bannister
    South Molle Boulevard, Queensland, Australia
    5 Star Rating


    Trekking with pleasure

    It was a pleasure to trek with Nepal’s fantastic trekking organization. Both in Kathmandu and Pokhara, the accommodations were superb. The rooftop view was fantastic, and I got to see the breathtaking panoramic perspective of the city. Along with that, following our guide’s lead also took us to the picturesque lake of the Phewa and Begnas. Also outstanding was the boating there. Similar to how the delicious food at the Chhomrong teahouses was something remarkable. There were also traditional foods for sale, like chapati and yomari. Similarly, we had a delicious traditional Dal, Vat, with chicken roasts. Similarly, the natural vista of the Hiunchli, Manaslu, and Annapurna Base Camp Trek remained with us throughout the trek.

    Mia Leighton
    Whitehaven Crescent, Australia
    5 Star Rating


    Delightful Trek I ever did

    Encountering the Annapurna Region’s landscapes was a magical experience. We trekked from the gorgeous pine forest to the spectacular waterfalls and the cliffs that touched the clouds. We will never forget the calm pleasure we experienced when passing through the beautiful region of Dovan. It was also the most excellent experience of my life to hear birds chirping and listen to the magnificent breeze that let the trees sing as we trekked. It was a pleasure to trek in this area’s Alpine region. In addition, when we passed through the Chhomorong, we noticed several monasteries, some of which we explored. We appreciate Peregrine Treks and Tour for making this experience more delightful because the services were top-notch, and there were no difficulties during the trek.

    Hamish Sisley
    Murrumbeena, Australia
    5 Star Rating


    Appreciated Tour Operator

    From above Pokhara, the Gurung people’s picturesque hamlets were mesmerizing. The cultivated terrain from Nayapul to Jhinu Dada was spectacular. I’ll never forget the flavor of the meals at the teahouses on the banks of the Modi River. The journey from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp on the edge of the Modi River is another activity that I particularly appreciated. This entire voyage combined the natural elements and many other things, making it an experience of a lifetime. While trekking with the Peregrine, there were also no issues with permits relating to limitations or other things. I ask everyone to participate in this expedition with the Peregrine treks and tours at least once in a lifetime.

    Daniel Galleghan
    5 Star Rating


    Best Trek ever

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek with Peregrine is the best trek we have ever trekked.

    Thomas Cerutty
    5 Star Rating


    Best Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Excellent Annapurna Base Camp Trekking in views and accommodation during the trip.

    Mary K. Martin
    United States
    4 Star Rating


    Best Service

    Best Service of Peregrine for this EBC Trekking. We are happy to be a part of the Peregrine Team.


    Thank you  all

    Dorothy J. Pitre
    United Sates
    5 Star Rating


    Memorable Annapurna Sanctuary Trek

    Memorable Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. We did this trek earlier than the scheduled itinerary.

    Rosa J. Wolken
    United States of America
    5 Star Rating


    Best Service

    Best Service of our guide and trekking staff. We highly recommend this company and our guide Nima for their first-class service.

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    The best experience we had with Peregrine was the whole tour of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek was tailor-made for our requirements; all our requests were reviewed, discussed, and accepted and, in some instances, with a better recommendation.

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