Duration
14 Days
Activities
  • Yoga
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
Accommodation
  • 4-nights hotel
  • 9 nights eco-lodge
Meals
  • Daily Breakfast
  • 9 Lunch
  • 10 Dinner

Price

Reduced

$1650 USD

$1350 USD

10% Discount for Group

Overview & Highlights

Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek Highlights


  • Yoga and meditation at two different elevations of 4310 m and 3210 m
  • Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp via Poon Hill
  • Moderate trek via traditional Gurung and brave Gurkha Warrior Village
  • Capture majestic views of world’s seventh and tenth tallest peaks
  • Gain control over mind and soul through a guided yoga session
  • Relax at the natural hot spring of Jhinu Danda

Overview of Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek


Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek is the combination of yoga and trekking in the Himalayan environment of Nepal. The trek will lead you to the base camp surrounded by giant Annapurna Massif. At the same time, you will walk past the lush green forest, traditional human settlements, and terraced fields. Moreover, you will get an opportunity to perform yoga in front of the massive mountain ranges. Walking on alluring trails will grant you with physical fitness, whereas yoga will revitalize your mind and soul.

Peregrine Treks is on a track to achieve success in yoga trekking in Nepal through several years of hardships. The package is developed to meet the global yoga standard. Certified Yoga Guru provides yoga session. Similarly, a professional trekking guide accompanies you throughout the trek. Besides yoga sessions, the richness of nature and beauty of Himalayas are a bonus to your unique holiday in Nepal.

There are few famous routes to reach Annapurna Base Camp. You can customize your ABC trip via Ghorepani Poon Hill trek. The days on the itinerary will extend. But, you will gain experience of yoga at two different elevations of 3,210m (Poon hill) and 4,130m (ABC). However, you can take a short route via Ghandruk, the Gurkha warrior village. It will make the itinerary quick.

We offer you a delightful yoga trekking package, grab this opportunity, and join us. We assure you to provide maximum satisfaction with no regrets. You will have perks of gaining eternal and external pleasure with yoga and meditation while you set your feet towards Annapurna Base Camp. Relinquish the astounding views of the world’s seventh and tenth tallest peaks Mt. Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I. Likewise, you will sight Mt. Fishtail, Himchuli, and other surrounding mountains.

An appropriate time for Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek

Spring and autumn season is the perfect timing for ABC trek. It falls from March to May and late September to November. It has the most favorable daytime temperature for trekking. The weather is moderate. It is neither too cold nor too hot. During the spring, you will be walking past the beautiful path of blooming rhododendron flower. It is the national flower of Nepal and blooms in three different colors of red, pink and white. Whereas, the autumn pledges transparent skies and incredible Himalayan vistas. Dusk and dawn in the mountains are usually cold. You can expect nights above 4,000 m could drop to -10-degree Celcius and get cold.

Hence, choosing ABC yoga trek package could be a life-changing experience for you. Step ahead and contact us for more detailed information. Choose the best time of year and join us for the trip.

Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek Itinerary

On this day you will land at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. One of our representatives will receive you and take you to your hotel. He will give you a brief introduction about the itinerary package and leave you to rest throughout the day

Meals: Not Included

Today you will visit seven UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu. Our tour guide will take you to Pashupatinath Temple, Changu Narayan Temple, SwayambhunathStupa(Monkey temple), Boudhanath stupa, Durbar squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur. Once your excursion is over, you will have a refreshment break. In the evening, we will conduct a one-hour yoga session before dinner.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the evening

Meals: Breakfast

Before we leave for Pokhara, you will have an early morning yoga session for an hour. Then we will have an approximately seven-hour-long drive along Prithivi Highway to reach Pokhara. You can explore Pokhara city before our next yoga session in the evening. You can take a boat ride on Phewa Lake or cycle along the streets of Pokhara.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will follow the early morning yoga routine and start our day. We will drive towards Nayapul from Pokhara. Our trek begins from Nayapul. We will track the stone steps for about 20 minutes to reach Birethanthi. Then we will cross the forest in 2 hours reach Tikhedhunga. We again have to climb upwards to reach today’s destination, Ulleri. It is a beautiful village with Magar inhabitants. The yoga routine continues in the evening time enjoying the viewpoints from Ulleri.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Before leaving for the second day’s trek, we will do our morning yoga session. We will proceed to upward trail through stone laid paths towards the small village of Banthanthi. Resting for a while, we will ascend towards higher elevation crossing the pasture land and small streams to reach Nangethanthi. Our legs further stretch to Ghorepani, a traditional Gurung village. Ghorepani means “horse water” and is undoubtedly welcome water to stop for the groups of the equine. It is a beautiful village blessed with the picturesque views of Annapurna Range, Dhaulagiri, Huinchuli and other surrounding peaks. Late this evening we will follow our same routine of yoga and call the day off.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On this day we will wake up early and hike towards Poon Hill for viewing majestic sunrise over the Himalayas. Taking advantage of the scenery, we will conduct a one-hour yoga session on the lap of Poon Hill. We will return to the teahouse at Ghorepani, have breakfast and trek. The five hours of the walk will take us to our next stop at Tada Pani. Later this evening, we will continue our yoga session to relax our tired body from an all-day walk.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will resume our trek after our early yoga session. We will descend through a dense rhododendron forest to reach Sinuwa. It is also a Gurung village with few settlements and beautiful landscapes. Before dinner, we will conduct our yoga routine and call our day off.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We’ll have our early morning yoga & meditation session in Sinuwa. On this day, we will take gentle descent before climbing the uphill to reach Deurali after five hours of walk. We’ll rest for a while at the teahouse in Deurali and prepare for our evening yoga session.
Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will stretch our muscles performing morning yoga routine and prepare ourselves to hit the Base Camp today. Five hours of the walk will ultimately take us to our leading destination, Annapurna Base camp. ABC provides phenomenal views of glacial Annapurna Massif. It is declared as the protected area by the Nepal Government and named as The Annapurna Sanctuary. Today you will experience the most unique and special yoga session of your life. Also, you will be facing towards world’s seventh and tenth tallest peaks, namely Mt. Dhaulagiri and Mt. Annapurna.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will complete our early morning yoga session and have breakfast. We will step down the hill and walk over a relatively easy path. You will notice our steps when approaching the Bamboo village, literally means we will be walking through the paths shaded by green bamboos After six hours of walk, we will rest at one of the teahouses and resume our evening yoga session.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

As scheduled, we will follow our 1-hour morning yoga routine and begin our journey. We will walk on our footprints returning through the same way towards Sinuwa. We will have to stretch our legs to walk past long and steep stone laid stairs past through rhododendron forest. Arriving Sinuwa, we will walk more passing a sparse settlement village and cross the suspension bridge over ChhomrongKhola to reach Chhomrong. To achieve natural hot spring, we will have to trek down towards JhinuDanda from Chhomrng village. There we will dip into boiling water, relax for a while, and get ready for an evening yoga session.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We’ll start our day with an early morning yoga session. Then we will resume our today’s walk back to Birethanthi. Walking along Modi River for 5 hours we will reach the tourist office at Birethanti where our Permit & TIMS are checked out as safe trekkers. Again we will have to walk for a few hours to reach NayaPul where our trek had started. Bidding farewell to Nayapul, we will hop onto our private vehicle which will transport us back to Pokhara. Reaching hotel and resting our backpacks, you will have a refreshment break before performing evening yoga session.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On this day, we will perform our last yoga at Pokhara and have a delicious breakfast. Then we will take a bus ride through the same Prithivi Highway for about 7 hours and reach Kathmandu. We will gather this evening and will present a farewell dinner for you. You will have a chance to share your experiences and pass us feedbacks about your entire trip.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On your final day in Nepal, representatives from Peregrine treks will drop you to the airport and

Greet you farewell.

Meals: Breakfast

Includes/Excludes

Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek Accommodation

Private rooms are readily available in Kathmandu, Pokhara and at lower elevations, while trekking at higher altitudes, it is difficult to get a single room. Accommodation in teahouses is arranged on a twin-sharing basis. If you are traveling alone, you will have to share a room with a fellow traveler of the same sex. You can book a single room at an extra cost. Please choose the ‘single supplement’ option at the time of booking.

Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek Route Map

Departure Dates


There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

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Essential Information

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

While our Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we will be walking 5-7 hours daily on an average. So this is a moderate trek for the habituated and passionate walkers. The ones going on this journey must be habituated to some exercise. The trek up in the higher altitudes is a bit more demanding. However, if we’re physically fit and have a strong determination and sturdy will power, this trek can be accomplished quickly. Past hiking can be an extra asset for the trekkers on this trek.

The Best Month to Trek to Annapurna Base Camp

You can do this trek all around the year. However, autumn and spring are considered the best seasons to be making this trek. March, April, May, September, October, and November are the best month to trek to Annapurna Base Camp. The weather is warm and sunny and provides you with the best views possible of nature.
Furthermore, winters have a lesser crowd, so we get the serenity of nature — however, its harsh cold in winters. Trekking in summers and monsoon can be disturbed by rain waters.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek altitude

During the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we move to a higher altitude than 2500m. So our body needs to be acclimatized. We design our treks in slow progress so its more comfortable for a human body to adapt to the changing climate. You might experience symptoms like headache, disturbed sleep, nausea, cough, palpitation, etc. during acclimatization. Trekkers are highly recommended to drink plenty of liquids like water and garlic soup. We discourage the consumption of alcoholic substances as it can hamper the fitness and may lead to causing sickness. However, if you experience any symptoms of AMS, our doctors will look after you, and you can also be stopping your trek. The group leader can also ask you to descend as it is the only cure to Acute Mountain Sickness.

Group Size

In case, if you join a fixed departure trip, you will probably be trekking with a group of people of different nationalities and age. It could be an opportunity for you to meet new people and be friends with them. The group size varies from 2 people to 16 in maximum.

Guide, Trek Leader & Support Staff

A professional, certified, and reliable trekking guide will lead your group. The guide has experience of many years guiding group of trekkers in the mountains. He has in-depth knowledge of the region you will be trekking since he is a local dweller. Besides, his English is fluent in the context of speaking and writing. Apart from your guide, there will be an assistant guide and Sherpa crew to assist the trek leader.

 

Arrival & Departure (Kathmandu)

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

 

Travel Insurance for Nepal

Nepal is famous for its outdoor adventures. Most of the tourists choose Nepal for trekking in the Himalayas and experience other kinds of exotic sports. To be on the safe side from probable outdoor risks, it is always healthy to have a travel insurance policy. Travel insurance could be of various types covering emergency medical treatment or emergency medical evacuation. Helicopter rescues from foothills of mountains are common in Nepal. Be careful to choose your insurance wisely, which pays directly to the hospital rather than spending it on the spot.

 

Equipment & Packing List for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

It is usual for a human being to get excited about the trip and carry almost everything. We believe it’s in human nature. Still, you should be considerate on what you take for your trekking trip. There is weight limitation on domestic flights and porter. Hence, we suggest you read the guideline by this link (https://peregrinetreks.com/nepal-trekking-equipment-and-gear-list) and carry things which are very important for the entire trip.

 

Passport & Visa for Nepal

Apart from Indians, every foreigner must have a visa to enter Nepal. Issuing a Nepalese visa is a hassle work compared to other countries. An individual can obtain a Nepalese permit before entering Nepal. Moreover, one can release on the spot visa at the Tribhuwan International Airport or the border checkpoints Nepal and India /China. On the contrary, Nepal has listed the name of few countries whose nationals are not eligible to obtain on the spot visa upon arrival. They are Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Liberia.

The first procedure for obtaining a visa is to fill an application form, provide passport size photograph, and pay the visa fee. A single entry visa costs USD 25, 50 or 1125 valid for 15, 30 or 90 days respectively. An individual can pay above mentioned fees at any currency at the airport, but some border checkpoints accept only USD. Likewise, children aged below ten are required visas with different fee structures.

If you plan to visit India, Tibet, and Bhutan simultaneously, you can apply for a multiple entry visa. Otherwise, you can change your single entry visa to multiple visas at Central Immigration Office, Kathmandu. The passport has to be valid for at least six months while submitting your visa application. You can read more at Nepal Travel Info page.

 

Annapurna Base Camp Trek weather

The atmosphere of Nepal is moderate. Nepal and Europe share similar weather but utterly opposite of the Australian seasons. Again, like other countries, Nepal also has four seasons. Winter generally starts from December till February, which is the pretty coldest month. Temperatures could drop down significantly at higher altitude resulting in heavy snowfall. Spring (March-May) and autumn (September- November) is the appropriate season for almost of the outdoor adventures. Nepal has the highest number of visitors this season.
Last but not least, Monsoon (end of June- August) is also the hottest and wettest season of the year. The temperature at certain plain areas could increase above 40 degrees. Or else it could rain all day and night resulting in major catastrophic like mass flood and landslides

 

Banking and Forex in Nepal

Individuals can pay in foreign exchange in hotels, travel agencies, and airlines. You can find numerous ATMs in cities accepting international bank cards (Plus, Cirrus, etc.). In the majority of ATM’s, the maximum withdrawal amount is 20,000NRS allowing to make repeated withdrawals.
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 fee during the transaction. The minimum surcharge is 4%. But, we won’t charge any charges for credit card payment.

 

Custom Formalities-Nepal

When you arrive in Nepal, it is necessary to pass the custom checking of your baggage. Electronics apart from your personal belongings like a laptop, camera, movie/ video recorder, 15 film rolls, etc. are allowed to bring while you enter. If in any case, you purchase an antique in Nepal to take back home, you will have to certify that object by the Department of Archeology. It is illegal to export out of Nepal, artifacts that are 100 years and older.

 

Emergency Contact Information

While you fill the form to book this trip, please provide your emergency contact information. The contact person could be anyone from your family or close acquaintance. You can get the contact details of Embassy and Consulate by this link.

 

Safety and Security – Nepal

Nepal is long known for its safe part and warm hospitality for travelers. You will realize the friendliness and helping nature of Nepalese people when you step here. Still, you should be responsible for your personal belongings. You should place your valuables securely like money, jewelry, and expensive gadgets and electronics. Be on the safe side and avoid walking alone during nighttime, especially at the places with fewer people around. Try to maintain close distance with your group or representatives of Peregrine Treks when you need to venture out when the sun is down.

 

Electricity – Nepal

Most of the major cities are now free from load shedding. Whereas, there is still electricity cut off at some remote regions of Nepal. The standard frequency and voltage in Nepal are 50HZ and 230V. However, most of the hotels and guesthouses are have a generator or inverter or solar power. You can find multi-adapter style sockets in cities hotels. Besides teahouses of mountain lodges have two or three-pronged outlets. Still, we recommend you to carry universal adaptor so that you can charge your electronics without any fuss.

 

 Vaccinations – Nepal

We suggest you to check with a physician regarding travel-related illness six months before you start 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 in the higher altitude, you may not worry about tropical illness.

 

Baggage – Nepal (Domestic Flight and Porter)

In domestic flights of Nepal, individuals are allowed to carry luggage weighing 15 kg. If the weight exceeds 15 kg, you will have to pay for extra luggage.

During the trekking, we will have one porter who will carry the baggage of two clients. He can take a total of 30 kg, which means one trekker should have luggage no more than 15 kilograms. While porter carries your baggage, you will be bringing a day bag pack.

 

Physical Condition & Experience for ABC Trek

Walking is generally considered as a healthy exercise. Undoubtedly, walking in higher elevations is usually more physically demanding. For this reason, you need to be in good health, moderately fit, full of positive vibes, determined, and confident. Thus, you can easily complete the trek.

You can maintain 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 perfectly fine even if you are a first-timer because technical skills are not required for this trip. Besides, consult and check with your doctor if you have any pre-existing medical conditions like heart, lung, or blood diseases before you join the trek. If you have any medical conditions, we advise you to inform Peregrine Treks before booking the trek. We will try to arrange your trip accordingly.

 

Altitude Sickness & Acclimatization during Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Acclimatization is a phenomenon used during Annapuran Base Camp Trek in high altitude. The process makes one’s body adapt to thin air and 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 on higher elevation to prevent us from Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Pacing the steps could result in AMS. The common symptoms like difficulty in breathing, headache, nausea, headache, dizziness, insomnia, vomiting, etc. could show up. 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 brain and lungs filling fluid inside and could be fatal to the patient.

We design our itinerary in such a way that you will have sufficient time for acclimatization. You will have one or two rest days in lower elevations before you climb higher than 3500 meters. Rest day usually means you will utilize this day by stretching your legs to hike certain height and return to your teahouse. Besides, our guides will always carry a first aid kit, including Diamox, which is a pill to prevent AMS symptoms. However, you should follow the instructions of the guide and keep yourself hydrated. Avoid alcoholic and caffeinated drinks, which will cause dehydration.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS OF ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP TREK

How is the weather in the mountains? When can we trek in Nepal?

Weather in the mountains is hard to predict. Winters (November to February) could be colder in the mountains with very less solar heat. Most of the mountain trekking trails will be blocked due to torrential rain during monsoon season (June to early September). Furthermore, spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to early November) is the most favorable time for trekking in Nepal. However, it’s up to you on which season you choose to venture our mountains.

 

What is ‘Annapurna Base Camp Teahouse Trek’?

Among all other trekking types, Annapurna Base Camp Teahouse trek is the most popular and secure way of trekking in Nepal. It has almost replaced 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 essential functions are shared rooms, bathrooms, solar-powered electricity and hot water, Wi-Fi, and a menu with a range of dishes.

 

How long will we be walking each day during Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

On your trek days, you will typically have to walk for five to seven hours a day. We will be covering 10 to 14 km of distance. When we reach 3500 m of altitude, we will walk for five to seven hours but the distance covered will be less. We will maintain our walking pace to prevent AMS. You should prepare yourself to be flexible along with the itinerary. As it could be altered by unpredictable weather conditions, geographical instability and physical condition of the individual trekkers.·

For further information, please contact us at +977 98510 52413 (WhatsApp/Viber/Mobile) or +1 315 933 3212 (USA) or email us at info@peregrinetreks.com.

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Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek Highlights


  • Yoga and meditation at two different elevations of 4310 m and 3210 m
  • Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp via Poon Hill
  • Moderate trek via traditional Gurung and brave Gurkha Warrior Village
  • Capture majestic views of world’s seventh and tenth tallest peaks
  • Gain control over mind and soul through a guided yoga session
  • Relax at the natural hot spring of Jhinu Danda

Overview of Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek


Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek is the combination of yoga and trekking in the Himalayan environment of Nepal. The trek will lead you to the base camp surrounded by giant Annapurna Massif. At the same time, you will walk past the lush green forest, traditional human settlements, and terraced fields. Moreover, you will get an opportunity to perform yoga in front of the massive mountain ranges. Walking on alluring trails will grant you with physical fitness, whereas yoga will revitalize your mind and soul.

Peregrine Treks is on a track to achieve success in yoga trekking in Nepal through several years of hardships. The package is developed to meet the global yoga standard. Certified Yoga Guru provides yoga session. Similarly, a professional trekking guide accompanies you throughout the trek. Besides yoga sessions, the richness of nature and beauty of Himalayas are a bonus to your unique holiday in Nepal.

There are few famous routes to reach Annapurna Base Camp. You can customize your ABC trip via Ghorepani Poon Hill trek. The days on the itinerary will extend. But, you will gain experience of yoga at two different elevations of 3,210m (Poon hill) and 4,130m (ABC). However, you can take a short route via Ghandruk, the Gurkha warrior village. It will make the itinerary quick.

We offer you a delightful yoga trekking package, grab this opportunity, and join us. We assure you to provide maximum satisfaction with no regrets. You will have perks of gaining eternal and external pleasure with yoga and meditation while you set your feet towards Annapurna Base Camp. Relinquish the astounding views of the world’s seventh and tenth tallest peaks Mt. Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I. Likewise, you will sight Mt. Fishtail, Himchuli, and other surrounding mountains.

An appropriate time for Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trek

Spring and autumn season is the perfect timing for ABC trek. It falls from March to May and late September to November. It has the most favorable daytime temperature for trekking. The weather is moderate. It is neither too cold nor too hot. During the spring, you will be walking past the beautiful path of blooming rhododendron flower. It is the national flower of Nepal and blooms in three different colors of red, pink and white. Whereas, the autumn pledges transparent skies and incredible Himalayan vistas. Dusk and dawn in the mountains are usually cold. You can expect nights above 4,000 m could drop to -10-degree Celcius and get cold.

Hence, choosing ABC yoga trek package could be a life-changing experience for you. Step ahead and contact us for more detailed information. Choose the best time of year and join us for the trip.

On this day you will land at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. One of our representatives will receive you and take you to your hotel. He will give you a brief introduction about the itinerary package and leave you to rest throughout the day

Meals: Not Included

Today you will visit seven UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu. Our tour guide will take you to Pashupatinath Temple, Changu Narayan Temple, SwayambhunathStupa(Monkey temple), Boudhanath stupa, Durbar squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur. Once your excursion is over, you will have a refreshment break. In the evening, we will conduct a one-hour yoga session before dinner.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the evening

Meals: Breakfast

Before we leave for Pokhara, you will have an early morning yoga session for an hour. Then we will have an approximately seven-hour-long drive along Prithivi Highway to reach Pokhara. You can explore Pokhara city before our next yoga session in the evening. You can take a boat ride on Phewa Lake or cycle along the streets of Pokhara.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will follow the early morning yoga routine and start our day. We will drive towards Nayapul from Pokhara. Our trek begins from Nayapul. We will track the stone steps for about 20 minutes to reach Birethanthi. Then we will cross the forest in 2 hours reach Tikhedhunga. We again have to climb upwards to reach today’s destination, Ulleri. It is a beautiful village with Magar inhabitants. The yoga routine continues in the evening time enjoying the viewpoints from Ulleri.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Before leaving for the second day’s trek, we will do our morning yoga session. We will proceed to upward trail through stone laid paths towards the small village of Banthanthi. Resting for a while, we will ascend towards higher elevation crossing the pasture land and small streams to reach Nangethanthi. Our legs further stretch to Ghorepani, a traditional Gurung village. Ghorepani means “horse water” and is undoubtedly welcome water to stop for the groups of the equine. It is a beautiful village blessed with the picturesque views of Annapurna Range, Dhaulagiri, Huinchuli and other surrounding peaks. Late this evening we will follow our same routine of yoga and call the day off.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On this day we will wake up early and hike towards Poon Hill for viewing majestic sunrise over the Himalayas. Taking advantage of the scenery, we will conduct a one-hour yoga session on the lap of Poon Hill. We will return to the teahouse at Ghorepani, have breakfast and trek. The five hours of the walk will take us to our next stop at Tada Pani. Later this evening, we will continue our yoga session to relax our tired body from an all-day walk.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will resume our trek after our early yoga session. We will descend through a dense rhododendron forest to reach Sinuwa. It is also a Gurung village with few settlements and beautiful landscapes. Before dinner, we will conduct our yoga routine and call our day off.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We’ll have our early morning yoga & meditation session in Sinuwa. On this day, we will take gentle descent before climbing the uphill to reach Deurali after five hours of walk. We’ll rest for a while at the teahouse in Deurali and prepare for our evening yoga session.
Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will stretch our muscles performing morning yoga routine and prepare ourselves to hit the Base Camp today. Five hours of the walk will ultimately take us to our leading destination, Annapurna Base camp. ABC provides phenomenal views of glacial Annapurna Massif. It is declared as the protected area by the Nepal Government and named as The Annapurna Sanctuary. Today you will experience the most unique and special yoga session of your life. Also, you will be facing towards world’s seventh and tenth tallest peaks, namely Mt. Dhaulagiri and Mt. Annapurna.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We will complete our early morning yoga session and have breakfast. We will step down the hill and walk over a relatively easy path. You will notice our steps when approaching the Bamboo village, literally means we will be walking through the paths shaded by green bamboos After six hours of walk, we will rest at one of the teahouses and resume our evening yoga session.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

 

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

As scheduled, we will follow our 1-hour morning yoga routine and begin our journey. We will walk on our footprints returning through the same way towards Sinuwa. We will have to stretch our legs to walk past long and steep stone laid stairs past through rhododendron forest. Arriving Sinuwa, we will walk more passing a sparse settlement village and cross the suspension bridge over ChhomrongKhola to reach Chhomrong. To achieve natural hot spring, we will have to trek down towards JhinuDanda from Chhomrng village. There we will dip into boiling water, relax for a while, and get ready for an evening yoga session.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

We’ll start our day with an early morning yoga session. Then we will resume our today’s walk back to Birethanthi. Walking along Modi River for 5 hours we will reach the tourist office at Birethanti where our Permit & TIMS are checked out as safe trekkers. Again we will have to walk for a few hours to reach NayaPul where our trek had started. Bidding farewell to Nayapul, we will hop onto our private vehicle which will transport us back to Pokhara. Reaching hotel and resting our backpacks, you will have a refreshment break before performing evening yoga session.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On this day, we will perform our last yoga at Pokhara and have a delicious breakfast. Then we will take a bus ride through the same Prithivi Highway for about 7 hours and reach Kathmandu. We will gather this evening and will present a farewell dinner for you. You will have a chance to share your experiences and pass us feedbacks about your entire trip.

Yoga session: 1 hour in the morning and evening

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On your final day in Nepal, representatives from Peregrine treks will drop you to the airport and

Greet you farewell.

Meals: Breakfast

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • Accommodation in a three-star hotel,3 Nights in Kathmandu and one night in Pokhara
  • Room in the best available lodge and all meal (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner)during trekking
  • All ground transportation in private vehicle as per itinerary
  • Full day Kathmandu Valley and half-day Pokhara Valley guided sightseeing in private vehicle
  • All entrance fees during sightseeing and trekking
  • An experienced English or other Language speaking guide and one assistance guide for more than five trekkers
  • One porter for two trekkers
  • Trekking crew member salary, insurance, accommodation and food, and airfares if necessary
  • On hire Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion)
  • Trekking bag/duffel bag, t-shirt, achievement certificate, and trekking map are free services from the company.
  • All necessary Permit and TIMS
  • First Aid Medical kit or essential medicine
  • Seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Farewell dinner
  • All applicable government and local taxes

  • Nepalese visa fee and international airfare
  • Hotel accommodation, Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara because of an of early arrival in Nepal or late departure from Nepal, prior return from the mountain because of any reason than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, soft or hard beverages, recharge the battery, bottled/boiled water, extra porters, hot shower, a pot of tea, etc.) during trekking
  • Tips and gratuities for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)

Private rooms are readily available in Kathmandu, Pokhara and at lower elevations, while trekking at higher altitudes, it is difficult to get a single room. Accommodation in teahouses is arranged on a twin-sharing basis. If you are traveling alone, you will have to share a room with a fellow traveler of the same sex. You can book a single room at an extra cost. Please choose the ‘single supplement’ option at the time of booking.


There is no fixed departure trip for this month. You can request for a private group trip.

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

While our Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we will be walking 5-7 hours daily on an average. So this is a moderate trek for the habituated and passionate walkers. The ones going on this journey must be habituated to some exercise. The trek up in the higher altitudes is a bit more demanding. However, if we’re physically fit and have a strong determination and sturdy will power, this trek can be accomplished quickly. Past hiking can be an extra asset for the trekkers on this trek.

The Best Month to Trek to Annapurna Base Camp

You can do this trek all around the year. However, autumn and spring are considered the best seasons to be making this trek. March, April, May, September, October, and November are the best month to trek to Annapurna Base Camp. The weather is warm and sunny and provides you with the best views possible of nature.
Furthermore, winters have a lesser crowd, so we get the serenity of nature — however, its harsh cold in winters. Trekking in summers and monsoon can be disturbed by rain waters.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek altitude

During the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, we move to a higher altitude than 2500m. So our body needs to be acclimatized. We design our treks in slow progress so its more comfortable for a human body to adapt to the changing climate. You might experience symptoms like headache, disturbed sleep, nausea, cough, palpitation, etc. during acclimatization. Trekkers are highly recommended to drink plenty of liquids like water and garlic soup. We discourage the consumption of alcoholic substances as it can hamper the fitness and may lead to causing sickness. However, if you experience any symptoms of AMS, our doctors will look after you, and you can also be stopping your trek. The group leader can also ask you to descend as it is the only cure to Acute Mountain Sickness.

Group Size

In case, if you join a fixed departure trip, you will probably be trekking with a group of people of different nationalities and age. It could be an opportunity for you to meet new people and be friends with them. The group size varies from 2 people to 16 in maximum.

Guide, Trek Leader & Support Staff

A professional, certified, and reliable trekking guide will lead your group. The guide has experience of many years guiding group of trekkers in the mountains. He has in-depth knowledge of the region you will be trekking since he is a local dweller. Besides, his English is fluent in the context of speaking and writing. Apart from your guide, there will be an assistant guide and Sherpa crew to assist the trek leader.

 

Arrival & Departure (Kathmandu)

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

 

Travel Insurance for Nepal

Nepal is famous for its outdoor adventures. Most of the tourists choose Nepal for trekking in the Himalayas and experience other kinds of exotic sports. To be on the safe side from probable outdoor risks, it is always healthy to have a travel insurance policy. Travel insurance could be of various types covering emergency medical treatment or emergency medical evacuation. Helicopter rescues from foothills of mountains are common in Nepal. Be careful to choose your insurance wisely, which pays directly to the hospital rather than spending it on the spot.

 

Equipment & Packing List for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

It is usual for a human being to get excited about the trip and carry almost everything. We believe it’s in human nature. Still, you should be considerate on what you take for your trekking trip. There is weight limitation on domestic flights and porter. Hence, we suggest you read the guideline by this link (https://peregrinetreks.com/nepal-trekking-equipment-and-gear-list) and carry things which are very important for the entire trip.

 

Passport & Visa for Nepal

Apart from Indians, every foreigner must have a visa to enter Nepal. Issuing a Nepalese visa is a hassle work compared to other countries. An individual can obtain a Nepalese permit before entering Nepal. Moreover, one can release on the spot visa at the Tribhuwan International Airport or the border checkpoints Nepal and India /China. On the contrary, Nepal has listed the name of few countries whose nationals are not eligible to obtain on the spot visa upon arrival. They are Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Liberia.

The first procedure for obtaining a visa is to fill an application form, provide passport size photograph, and pay the visa fee. A single entry visa costs USD 25, 50 or 1125 valid for 15, 30 or 90 days respectively. An individual can pay above mentioned fees at any currency at the airport, but some border checkpoints accept only USD. Likewise, children aged below ten are required visas with different fee structures.

If you plan to visit India, Tibet, and Bhutan simultaneously, you can apply for a multiple entry visa. Otherwise, you can change your single entry visa to multiple visas at Central Immigration Office, Kathmandu. The passport has to be valid for at least six months while submitting your visa application. You can read more at Nepal Travel Info page.

 

Annapurna Base Camp Trek weather

The atmosphere of Nepal is moderate. Nepal and Europe share similar weather but utterly opposite of the Australian seasons. Again, like other countries, Nepal also has four seasons. Winter generally starts from December till February, which is the pretty coldest month. Temperatures could drop down significantly at higher altitude resulting in heavy snowfall. Spring (March-May) and autumn (September- November) is the appropriate season for almost of the outdoor adventures. Nepal has the highest number of visitors this season.
Last but not least, Monsoon (end of June- August) is also the hottest and wettest season of the year. The temperature at certain plain areas could increase above 40 degrees. Or else it could rain all day and night resulting in major catastrophic like mass flood and landslides

 

Banking and Forex in Nepal

Individuals can pay in foreign exchange in hotels, travel agencies, and airlines. You can find numerous ATMs in cities accepting international bank cards (Plus, Cirrus, etc.). In the majority of ATM’s, the maximum withdrawal amount is 20,000NRS allowing to make repeated withdrawals.
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 fee during the transaction. The minimum surcharge is 4%. But, we won’t charge any charges for credit card payment.

 

Custom Formalities-Nepal

When you arrive in Nepal, it is necessary to pass the custom checking of your baggage. Electronics apart from your personal belongings like a laptop, camera, movie/ video recorder, 15 film rolls, etc. are allowed to bring while you enter. If in any case, you purchase an antique in Nepal to take back home, you will have to certify that object by the Department of Archeology. It is illegal to export out of Nepal, artifacts that are 100 years and older.

 

Emergency Contact Information

While you fill the form to book this trip, please provide your emergency contact information. The contact person could be anyone from your family or close acquaintance. You can get the contact details of Embassy and Consulate by this link.

 

Safety and Security – Nepal

Nepal is long known for its safe part and warm hospitality for travelers. You will realize the friendliness and helping nature of Nepalese people when you step here. Still, you should be responsible for your personal belongings. You should place your valuables securely like money, jewelry, and expensive gadgets and electronics. Be on the safe side and avoid walking alone during nighttime, especially at the places with fewer people around. Try to maintain close distance with your group or representatives of Peregrine Treks when you need to venture out when the sun is down.

 

Electricity – Nepal

Most of the major cities are now free from load shedding. Whereas, there is still electricity cut off at some remote regions of Nepal. The standard frequency and voltage in Nepal are 50HZ and 230V. However, most of the hotels and guesthouses are have a generator or inverter or solar power. You can find multi-adapter style sockets in cities hotels. Besides teahouses of mountain lodges have two or three-pronged outlets. Still, we recommend you to carry universal adaptor so that you can charge your electronics without any fuss.

 

 Vaccinations – Nepal

We suggest you to check with a physician regarding travel-related illness six months before you start 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 in the higher altitude, you may not worry about tropical illness.

 

Baggage – Nepal (Domestic Flight and Porter)

In domestic flights of Nepal, individuals are allowed to carry luggage weighing 15 kg. If the weight exceeds 15 kg, you will have to pay for extra luggage.

During the trekking, we will have one porter who will carry the baggage of two clients. He can take a total of 30 kg, which means one trekker should have luggage no more than 15 kilograms. While porter carries your baggage, you will be bringing a day bag pack.

 

Physical Condition & Experience for ABC Trek

Walking is generally considered as a healthy exercise. Undoubtedly, walking in higher elevations is usually more physically demanding. For this reason, you need to be in good health, moderately fit, full of positive vibes, determined, and confident. Thus, you can easily complete the trek.

You can maintain 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 perfectly fine even if you are a first-timer because technical skills are not required for this trip. Besides, consult and check with your doctor if you have any pre-existing medical conditions like heart, lung, or blood diseases before you join the trek. If you have any medical conditions, we advise you to inform Peregrine Treks before booking the trek. We will try to arrange your trip accordingly.

 

Altitude Sickness & Acclimatization during Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Acclimatization is a phenomenon used during Annapuran Base Camp Trek in high altitude. The process makes one’s body adapt to thin air and 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 on higher elevation to prevent us from Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Pacing the steps could result in AMS. The common symptoms like difficulty in breathing, headache, nausea, headache, dizziness, insomnia, vomiting, etc. could show up. 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 brain and lungs filling fluid inside and could be fatal to the patient.

We design our itinerary in such a way that you will have sufficient time for acclimatization. You will have one or two rest days in lower elevations before you climb higher than 3500 meters. Rest day usually means you will utilize this day by stretching your legs to hike certain height and return to your teahouse. Besides, our guides will always carry a first aid kit, including Diamox, which is a pill to prevent AMS symptoms. However, you should follow the instructions of the guide and keep yourself hydrated. Avoid alcoholic and caffeinated drinks, which will cause dehydration.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS OF ANNAPURNA BASE CAMP TREK

How is the weather in the mountains? When can we trek in Nepal?

Weather in the mountains is hard to predict. Winters (November to February) could be colder in the mountains with very less solar heat. Most of the mountain trekking trails will be blocked due to torrential rain during monsoon season (June to early September). Furthermore, spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to early November) is the most favorable time for trekking in Nepal. However, it’s up to you on which season you choose to venture our mountains.

 

What is ‘Annapurna Base Camp Teahouse Trek’?

Among all other trekking types, Annapurna Base Camp Teahouse trek is the most popular and secure way of trekking in Nepal. It has almost replaced 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 essential functions are shared rooms, bathrooms, solar-powered electricity and hot water, Wi-Fi, and a menu with a range of dishes.

 

How long will we be walking each day during Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

On your trek days, you will typically have to walk for five to seven hours a day. We will be covering 10 to 14 km of distance. When we reach 3500 m of altitude, we will walk for five to seven hours but the distance covered will be less. We will maintain our walking pace to prevent AMS. You should prepare yourself to be flexible along with the itinerary. As it could be altered by unpredictable weather conditions, geographical instability and physical condition of the individual trekkers.·

For further information, please contact us at +977 98510 52413 (WhatsApp/Viber/Mobile) or +1 315 933 3212 (USA) or email us at info@peregrinetreks.com.

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