Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna massif reaching the zenith at Thorong La Pass (5,416m)

Duration Duration 15 Days
Meals Meals
  • 14 Breakfast
  • 12 Lunch
  • 12 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 3-night hotel
  • 11-nights eco-lodge
Activites Activities
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Scenic Drive
Price Reduced US$ 1820 Price Starts From US$ 1450
Destination Destination
Difficulty Difficulty
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5416 M, Thorong La Pass
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
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
6-7 hours trek

Overview of Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the world’s best high-altitude treks. It offers a captivating journey through contrasting landscapes and diverse cultures. In the lower Annapurna Region, you’ll encounter lush forests, terraced fields, and vibrant settlements. As you ascend to the upper regions, the landscape becomes arid and barren, with fewer people around.

The trip showcases different climates and exposes you to various cultures. Hindu villages dominate the lower regions, while the Manang Valley and upper areas are rich in Tibetan Buddhist traditions. The beauty of nature, cultural diversity, and adventure on the Annapurna Circuit Trek is an unforgettable expedition that will leave you in awe at every step.

Annapurna Circuit Trek Highlights

  • Incredible view of Beautiful alpine meadows
  • Trekking through narrow Marshyangadi and Kali Gandaki River valleys
  • Crossing the Thorong La Pass, located at 5416m above sea level
  • A peek into Tibetan Buddhism
  • Therapeutic hot springs at Tatopani
  • Spectacular view of some of the tallest peaks in the world, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal, Manaslu etc

The Annapurna Circuit Trek offers trekkers unforgettable experiences, allowing them to witness the remarkable cultural, religious, and ecological diversity of the Annapurna Region. This journey is a feast for the senses, with awe-inspiring sights, soothing sounds, and heartwarming encounters.

As you traverse this altitude trek, friendly locals greet you with a warm “Namaste,” their palms joined together in greeting. This genuine hospitality leaves a lasting impression on every traveler’s heart.

The trekking route takes you across numerous rivers and creeks, where cascading waterfalls create a symphony of natural beauty. Lush forests provide a vibrant backdrop, housing a rich variety of flora and fauna.

The vegetation along the Annapurna Circuit trek ranges from sub-tropical and temperate forests in the lower areas to sub-alpine and alpine forests in the higher regions. These diverse forests are home to precious medicinal herbs, including the renowned Yarsagumba, a caterpillar fungus believed to have aphrodisiac properties.

The region is also a sanctuary for endangered species such as the red panda, musk deer, and the elusive snow leopard. Spotting these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is a rare and exhilarating experience.

Annapurna Circuit Trek Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arriving in Kathmandu, Your Himalayan Adventure Begins!

    Namaste! Welcome to Nepal!

    After arriving at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport (elevation: 1300m), proceed smoothly through immigration and customs procedures. Collect your luggage and head out, where our friendly representative will be waiting with a warm Nepali welcome!

    Relax as your private vehicle whisks you away to your comfortable hotel. Check in with ease with our support, then unwind after your journey and explore the local streets at your own pace. Feel free to grab a bite, soak in the sights, or rest for your next adventure.

    For early arrivals, Kathmandu awaits! Wander the charming neighborhood around your hotel, experience the bustling city spirit, or visit the Peregrine office for any questions.

    In the evening, join a special trek briefing session. Connect with your guide and fellow trekkers to discuss the upcoming thrilling route. Ensure you are well-equipped with all the necessary gear to conquer the challenges of the Himalayas!

    Rest well for tomorrow’s journey.

    Where you’ll be sleeping: The Everest Hotel (or similar)

    Altitude: 1300m

    Note: To ensure a smooth airport pick-up, please provide your flight details in advance.
  • Day 02: Scenic Ride to Chamje, Gateway to the Himalayas!

    Rise and shine! After a delicious breakfast at your hotel, it’s time to trade city streets for winding mountain roads. Your journey to Chamje, the charming village nestled at 1410 meters, begins with a comfortable bus ride.

    Unwind and enjoy the panorama: Embrace the beauty of Nepal as you weave through verdant hills and picturesque riverside paths. Witness the vibrant life of the Nepali countryside – quaint villages dotting the landscape, farmers tending their rice terraces, and children playing amidst the scenic splendor.

    Reaching Besishahar, a bustling market town: After roughly six hours, you’ll arrive at Besishahar, a vibrant hub nestled amidst the hills. Here, you’ll trade your bus for a sturdy jeep, ready to tackle the thrilling off-road adventure ahead.

    Brace yourself for an exhilarating jeep ride: Get ready for an exciting three-hour jeep journey! While the mountainside road might throw in a few bumps, the thrill of traversing through charming hamlets, lush rice terraces, dramatic rocky cliffs, and awe-inspiring deep gorges will leave you breathless.

    In and around Chamje
    In and around Chamje,

    Your Himalayan haven awaits: Finally, after a day of captivating sights and invigorating rides, you’ll reach Chamje. Settle into your comfortable teahouse, experience the genuine warmth of the local hospitality, and get ready for the upcoming Himalayan adventure.

    Here’s a taste of what you can expect along the way:

    Altitude: 1410 meters
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: Get ready for a night of peaceful slumber nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas; your trek is just beginning!
  • Day 03: Chamje to Dharapani (1860m)

    Fuel your adventure! Start your day with a hearty breakfast at your Chamje teahouse, preparing for the exciting trail ahead. Today, your guide leads you on a captivating journey, meandering along the Marshyangdi River. Embrace the rhythm of the trail, its ups and downs echoing the vibrant pulse of the mountains.

    Witness nature’s grandeur: Be mesmerized by cascading waterfalls, towering cliffs cloaked in verdant forests, and the river carving its path through the rugged landscape. Engage fully in the orchestration of sights and sounds, with each step revealing a stunning panorama before you.

    Taal beckons: After a few hours, you’ll arrive at the quaint village of Taal, aptly named for the “lake” formed by an ancient landslide. Step through the entry gate and lose yourself in the valley’s enchanting beauty. Savor a delicious lunch amidst the serene charm of this hidden pocket of paradise.

    A taste of Manang: Taal marks your entry point into the captivating Manang district, where a significant portion of your trek unfolds. This region is steeped in Buddhist traditions, and as you leave Taal, keep an eye out for a stunning Chorten, hinting at the rich cultural tapestry that awaits.


    A gentle evening in Dharapani: After lunch, a pleasant stroll leads you to Dharapani, your haven for the night. Settle into your teahouse, unwind, and reflect on the day’s journey. Inhale the refreshing mountain air, relish the welcoming hospitality, and allow the soothing murmurs of the village to guide you into a tranquil and restful sleep.

    Altitude: 1860m
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Rest well, for the majestic Himalayas hold yet more secrets to unveil on your trek ahead!

    Note: Respect the local culture, be mindful of the environment, and embrace the journey with an open heart. As you step into the Buddhist realm, let kindness and harmony guide your path.
  • Day 04: Dharapani to Chame (2650m)

    Greet the dawn with a hearty breakfast: Prepare for a rewarding climb today, fueling your body with a delightful feast at your Dharapani lodge. Embrace the early morning air, invigorating your spirit for the challenges and triumphs ahead.

    Ascend to alpine pastures: Today’s trail is primarily uphill, leading you into the realm of breathtaking alpine landscapes. Wind your way through picturesque villages like Bagarchhap and Danaque, each one holding a unique charm and welcoming you with friendly smiles.

    Bagarchhap Village
    Bagarchhap Village

    A Tamang rendezvous: As you climb higher, the path leads you to the captivating Tamang village, where the Annapurna trail meets the route from the Manaslu region. Take a well-deserved tea break here, basking in the breathtaking vista. Gaze upon the majestic Mt. Manaslu (8163m), the sixth-highest mountain in the world, its snow-capped peak piercing the azure sky.

    Charming villages and ancient pathways: Continuing your journey, you’ll pass through the idyllic villages of Thanchowk and Koto, where the Nar-Phu trail merges with the Annapurna Circuit route. Delve into the richness of the local culture, witness the lively hues of prayer flags dancing in the breeze, and absorb the serenity of these concealed treasures.

    In and around Chame
    In and around Chame

    Chame – Your Himalayan hub: Finally, your path unfolds into Chame, the bustling district headquarters of Manang. This charming town welcomes you with a large mani wall adorned with prayer wheels, whispering ancient blessings. Chame offers a haven for weary travelers, boasting comfortable hotels, internet cafes, trekking gear shops, banks, and various amenities.

    Settle into your Chame teahouse: After a day of conquering climbs and enchanting encounters, relax in your cozy teahouse. Savor a delicious dinner, recount the day’s adventures, and feel the warmth of community with fellow trekkers. Chame, amidst its bustling streets and serene mountain backdrop, is your base camp for further Himalayan explorations.

    Altitude: 2650 meters
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Rest well, for tomorrow’s journey beckons with new vistas and cultural connections. Embrace the spirit of adventure and the warmth of the Himalayas, and let the rhythm of the mountains guide you onward!

    Enjoy your stay in Chame, and don’t hesitate to explore its vibrant streets and friendly atmosphere. Remember, respect the local culture, engage in meaningful conversations, and let the beauty of the Himalayas leave an indelible mark on your soul.

  • Day 05: Ascending to Upper Pisang, Unveiling Himalayan Splendor

    Fuel your exploration with a hearty breakfast: Bid farewell to your cozy Chame lodge and greet the morning air. Today’s trail promises scenic wonders and captivating challenges, so fuel your body and spirit with a delicious feast.

    Embark on an alpine odyssey: Step onto the path, weaving through lush alpine forests in a narrow yet awe-inspiring valley. Experience the sunlight filtering through the leafy canopy, creating dappled shadows on the ground as you traverse the steep inclines.

    Crossing the mighty Marshyangdi: Embrace the thrill of traversing the Marshyangdi River on a sturdy suspension bridge. Gaze down at the rushing water, its emerald hues swirling and dancing through the rugged canyons below. Take a moment to appreciate the engineering marvel that connects these remote mountain villages.

    Where rock paints the landscape: As you ascend, the terrain transforms into a dramatic tableau of rocky surfaces. Witness the imposing rock face of Paungda Danda, its sheer cliffs jutting towards the sky like ancient sentinels. Capture the essence of this rugged beauty in your photographs, memories that will forever be etched in your mind.

    Dhukur Pokhari – A serene oasis: Arrive at Dhukur Pokhari, a tranquil lake nestled amidst the mountains. This picturesque haven is the perfect spot for a refreshing lunch break. Savor the tranquility of the surroundings, breathe in the crisp mountain air, and recharge for the afternoon’s trek.

    Reaching Upper Pisang: After lunch, cross the river once again and prepare to ascend towards Upper Pisang. Situated at an elevation of 3300 meters, this village provides captivating panoramas of Pisang Peak and other towering summits in the Annapurna Range.

    Stepping into thinner air: Be mindful that at this altitude, the air becomes thinner, and some trekkers may experience initial breathing difficulties. Acclimatization is key, so take your time, listen to your body, and savor the gradual ascent.

    Upper and Lower Pisang
    Upper and Lower Pisang

    Your haven for the night: As you arrive in Upper Pisang, settle into your welcoming teahouse. Enjoy a delicious dinner, share stories with your fellow trekkers, and allow the magic of the Himalayas to lull you into a peaceful slumber.

    Altitude: 3300 meters
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Embrace the thin air, the breathtaking vistas, and the unique charm of Upper Pisang. Remember, patience is key at higher altitudes, so take your time, acclimatize properly, and be rewarded with unparalleled Himalayan landscapes.

    May your Annapurna Circuit Trek be filled with awe-inspiring views, cultural encounters, and an ever-deepening connection with the mountains. Enjoy your night in Upper Pisang!

  • Day 06: Upper Pisang to Manang (3520m) via Ghyaru

    Beyond the Upper Pisang: Today’s journey beckons you with two distinct paths. While the road offers an easier yet scenic route, your adventurous spirit yearns for the steeper climb through Ghyaru and Ngawal, a trail woven with breathtaking mountain vistas and crucial acclimatization challenges.

    Carve your path through the rain shadow: As you leave Upper Pisang, embrace the drier air of the rain shadow area. Witness the dramatic shift in landscape, where lush forests melt into arid plains and rugged mountains dominate the horizon.

    Ghyaru – A hamlet steeped in serenity: Immerse yourself in the charm of Ghyaru, a picturesque village nestled amidst the rugged cliffs. Breathe in the crisp mountain air as you wander through narrow alleyways and encounter warm smiles from welcoming locals.


    Ngawal – A hidden gem revealed: Follow the trail further as it leads you to Ngawal, a hidden gem tucked away in the mountains. Savor a delicious lunch amidst this tranquil paradise, surrounded by stone houses and prayer flags fluttering in the wind.

    Climbing towards Manang: Brace yourself for a final ascent towards Manang, the bustling hub of the Annapurna Circuit. Feel the exhilaration of reaching higher altitudes, each step bringing you closer to the magical world of the Himalayas.

    A haven in the highlands: Arrive in Manang, one of the largest villages on the trail, offering a vibrant atmosphere and all the conveniences you need. Find cozy teahouses, delicious food, and friendly locals eager to share stories of their mountain life.

    Your gateway to acclimatization: Manang is crucial for proper acclimatization. Utilize the Himalayan Rescue Association’s health post to learn about altitude sickness and ensure your well-being for the journey ahead.

    Settle into your Manang haven: Tonight, enjoy the warmth of your teahouse, savor a hearty dinner, and share stories with fellow trekkers. Reflect on the day’s challenges and triumphs, knowing that you’ve conquered the path to Manang, a key milestone on your Himalayan adventure.

    Altitude: 3520 meters
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 07: Rest & Recharge in Manang - Embrace the Mountains & Wisdom

    A day for your body, a feast for your soul: Today, Manang whispers a gentle “rest,” allowing your body to acclimatize and your spirit to soak in the Himalayan magic. Take this day as a gift, an opportunity to breathe deep, explore, and connect with the mountains and the vibrant village life.

    Unfolding Manang’s gems: Options beckon you at every turn. Wander through the charming alleys of Baraka Village, its stone houses adorned with prayer flags, its residents exuding warmth and genuine smiles. Or delve deeper into Manang itself, exploring the bustling marketplace, cozy cafes, and hidden corners where secrets of the Himalayas whisper in the wind.

    Scaling Gangapurna’s viewpoint: If your spirit craves a challenge, embark on a rewarding trek to the Gangapurna viewpoint. Feel your lungs expand as you ascend, each step a victory against the thin air. As you reach the summit, be amazed by the breathtaking panorama unfolding before you. Gaze upon the shimmering Gangapurna glacial lake, the majestic Gangapurna glacier, and the distant Thorong La Pass, a promise of adventures yet to come.

    Gangapurna Lake
    Gangapurna Lake

    A feast for the mind and body: Return to your teahouse for a well-deserved lunch, your soul nourished by the mountain air, and your stomach filled with local delicacies. In the afternoon, attend a crucial lecture on altitude sickness at the HRA health post. Absorb knowledge from seasoned experts, grasp the challenges at hand, and acquire valuable tips to ensure a secure and healthy journey ahead.

    Embrace the local rhythm: As the sun begins its descent, let the day melt into a gentle rhythm. Chat with friendly locals, sip yak butter tea in a cozy cafe, or sit outside your teahouse, basking in the golden light and the vibrant energy of Manang. Tonight, under the blanket of stars, savor the wisdom gleaned from the mountains, the warmth of community, and the peace that comes with resting in their embrace.

    Altitude: 3520 meters
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 08: Manang to Yak Kharka (4035m)

    Manang bids farewell: Today, your adventure takes a decisive turn as you leave the embrace of Manang and begin the challenging ascent toward Thorong Pass. Though demanding, the next three days hold the promise of unparalleled beauty and a sense of conquering the Himalayas.

    A new valley’s embrace: Bid farewell to the familiar Marshyangdi Valley and step into the serene embrace of its tributary, Jarsang Khola. As you walk, embrace a slow and steady pace, for altitude demands respect and mindful steps.

    Vegetation whispers the change: Witness the landscape transform around you. Lush forests recede, revealing shorter, sparser vegetation, a canvas painted by resilient wildflowers clinging to the mountain slopes. This stark beauty speaks of the power of nature and the strength of life in the face of harsh conditions.

    A Himalayan mirror at an altitude of 5000m under the perpetually frozen Annapurna's gaze. In this reflection, Gangapurna (7455m) can be seen, while Khangsar Kang (7485m) stands on the right.
    A Himalayan mirror at an altitude of 5000m under the perpetually frozen Annapurna’s gaze. In this reflection, Gangapurna (7455m) can be seen, while Khangsar Kang (7485m) stands on the right.

    Yak Kharka: A haven amidst the climb: Finally, as your ascent unfolds, you reach Yak Kharka, a welcome haven at 4035 meters. Settle into your teahouse, savor a comforting lunch, and allow your body to further acclimatize to the thin air.

    Nature’s grand spectacle: As you rest, your eyes are treated to a feast. Majestic peaks surround you, their names whispered on the wind – Annapurna II, III, and IV, the soaring Tilicho Peak, and the awe-inspiring Gangapurna. Each summit, bathed in the afternoon sun, becomes a masterpiece of light and shadow, a testament to the raw beauty of the Himalayas.

    Embrace the freedom: This afternoon is yours to explore, reflect, and relax. Wander through the charming village, lose yourself in the serenity of the mountains, or sit outside your teahouse, watching the clouds dance amongst the peaks. Tonight, under the starlit sky, let the day’s challenges and triumphs resonate within you, preparing your spirit for the next steps on your climb.

    Altitude: 4035 meters
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 09: Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi/High Camp (4540m/4880m)

    A day etched in history: Presently, you find yourself on the brink of a monumental achievement – ascending to Thorong Phedi, the base of the renowned Thorong La Pass, which marks the pinnacle of your Annapurna Circuit adventure. This day will test your resilience, reward your spirit, and paint unforgettable memories onto your soul.

    Embrace the climb: Let your steps be measured and steady, fueled by the rhythm of your breath and the breathtaking panorama unfurling before you. Witness the landscape transform into a stark tableau of high-altitude plains dotted with glacial moraines and painted with vibrant wildflowers clinging to life.

    Across the valley: Look across the Jarsang Khola River, and your eyes may catch a glimpse of blue sheep and yaks grazing amidst the rugged terrain. These majestic creatures, perfectly adapted to these harsh conditions, remind you of the resilience of life and the delicate balance of nature.

    Yak Kharka
    Yak Kharka

    Thorong Phedi beckons: After 3-4 hours of steady ascent, depending on your body and the ever-changing mountain weather, you reach Thorong Phedi. At 4540 meters, the air thins further, demanding respect and mindful pauses. Find your haven in a teahouse, savor a comforting lunch, and allow your body to acclimatize to this new altitude.

    A choice for the adventurous: If your spirit craves a further challenge and your body feels strong, consider ascending to High Camp at 4880 meters. This optional leg will make tomorrow’s climb over the pass easier, but it comes with steeper terrain and even thinner air. Choose wisely, guided by your guide’s advice and your inner compass.

    Under the Himalayan sky: As evening descends, settle into your teahouse or High Camp accommodation. Tonight, sharing stories with fellow trekkers under the vast Himalayan sky, you’ll feel a camaraderie forged in shared challenges and breathtaking beauty. The anticipation for tomorrow’s summit hangs in the air, a vibrant mixture of excitement and trepidation.

    Altitude: 4540 meters (Thorong Phedi) and 4880 meters (High Camp)
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 10: High Camp to Muktinath (3800m) after crossing the Thorong La Pass (5416m)

    A dawn summit symphony: Tonight, under the starlit sky, anticipation crackles in the air. Your guide’s wake-up call at 3 am awakens you to a thrilling quest – conquering the mighty Thorong La Pass, the pinnacle of your Annapurna Circuit adventure. By 3:30 am, you embark on this ascent, a symphony of headlamps illuminating the dark path, each step echoing with the determination to reach the summit.

    On the way to Thorong La
    The thin air and low oxygen levels significantly intensify the challenge of trekking to Thorong La Pass, the world’s highest pass. Undoubtedly, this marked the most demanding day of the entire Annapurna Circuit trek.

    From High Camp, a later start: For those who ventured to High Camp yesterday, a slightly later departure is your reward. But remember, every step counts, and every sunrise holds its magic.

    A steep climb, yet clear: Embrace the steepness of the trail; it is a challenge woven with reward. The path itself is easily navigable, a testament to the perseverance of countless trekkers who came before you. But be mindful that if the pass is shrouded in snow, your guide’s word is gold. Their wisdom and experience will guide you safely through any challenge.

    Four to six hours of awe: Prepare for a climb that dances between four and six hours, depending on your pace and the mountain’s whims. Embrace the thin air, feel the sting of cold upon your face, and let these challenges become badges of honor on your journey.

    Chortens and prayers, reaching the apex: As you near the summit, your heartbeats rise in tandem with the terrain. And then, it unfolds before you – the majestic Thorong La Pass, marked by colorful prayer flags fluttering in the crisp air and chortens whispering ancient blessings.

    Thorong La Pass
    Thorong La Pass

    Five thousand four hundred sixteen meters of triumph: At 5416 meters, the world stretches out beneath your feet, a tapestry of snow-capped peaks, rugged valleys, and the distant promise of adventure. Capture this moment; this victory is etched in a photograph with the iconic signboard as your backdrop. This is the climax of your trek, a moment to savor the immensity of your achievement.

    Two valleys, two worlds: Stand at the crossroads of two breathtaking valleys – the Marshyangdi Valley, your familiar journey path, and the Kali Gandaki Valley, promising new landscapes and experiences. Breathe deep, let the grandeur of the Himalayas wash over you, and take time to recognize the magnitude of your accomplishment. You stand atop the world’s highest pass, a testament to human spirit and determination.

    A descent with gratitude: After basking in the summit’s glory, begin the descent towards Muktinath. Your trusty walking poles become friends, offering support on the rugged path. Remember, the downhill journey can be equally demanding, so take your time, listen to your body, and savor the changing vistas.

    Muktinath, a haven by late afternoon: By late afternoon, you reach Muktinath, a haven at 3800 meters. Settle into your teahouse, weary but exhilarated, knowing you’ve conquered the mighty Thorong La Pass. Tonight, under the blanket of stars, celebrate your triumph, share stories with fellow adventurers, and let the echoes of the Himalayas lull you into a well-deserved slumber.

    Altitude: 3800 meters (Muktinath) and 5416 meters (Thorong La Pass)
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 11: Jeep driving from Muktinath to Tatopani (1100 m)

    A morning steeped in spirituality: Commence your day with a brief excursion to the esteemed Muktinath Temple, a sacred pilgrimage destination revered by both Hindus and Buddhists. Immerse yourself in the unique blend of these two ancient traditions, marvel at the holy flame fueled by natural gas, and feel the weight of centuries of devotion seep into your bones.

    Breakfast with a view: Return to your teahouse with a heart full of peace and a hunger for breakfast. Savor your meal, letting the breathtaking vista of the surrounding mountains fuel your spirit for the journey ahead.

    Panoramic view from Muktinath
    Panoramic view from Muktinath

    Kali Gandaki’s winding embrace: Today, your adventure takes to the wheels as you embark on a scenic drive from Muktinath to Tatopani. The mighty Kali Gandaki River becomes your constant companion, its turquoise waters carving a dramatic path through the rugged landscape.

    Villages whispered in time: Along the way, prepare to be enchanted by the beauty of ancient villages. Witness the ochre hues of Kagbeni, the bustling streets of Jomsom, the traditional stone houses of Marpha, the charming riverside village of Tukuche, and the quaint hamlet of Lete. Each one is a window into the rich culture and history of this unique region.


    Arrival in Tatopani: Finally, as the sun begins its descent, you arrive at your haven for the night – Tatopani. This delightful village, cradled by the Kali Gandaki, holds a hidden treasure – natural hot springs. Tonight, let the warm embrace of these rejuvenating waters melt away the day’s weariness. Soak in the mineral-rich pools, feel the tension leaving your muscles, and allow the tranquility of the mountains to seep into your soul.

    Altitude: 1100 meters (Tatopani)
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 12: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2800m)

    A sunrise farewell: Bid farewell to Tatopani’s warm embrace with an early breakfast, the taste of the hot springs still lingering on your tongue. Today’s journey takes you uphill toward the charming village of Ghorepani, promising a change in scenery and a renewed connection with the mountains.

    Crossing the Kali Gandaki: Your first challenge awaits – crossing the mighty Kali Gandaki River. Feel the power of its turquoise waters surging beneath your feet as you step onto the other side, leaving behind the lush valleys and entering a new realm of rugged terrain.

    Shikha’s verdant whispers: After an hour’s walk, the quaint village of Guthrie welcomes you with lush vegetation and stunning rice terraces, a vibrant contrast to the Kali Gandaki’s grandeur. Let the scent of fresh earth and the sight of emerald green fields revitalize your spirit.

    Ghara, a midday haven: Around noon, the sun-drenched settlement of Ghara, your lunch point, emerges from the landscape. Savor a delicious meal, replenish your energy, and listen to the stories whispered by the locals, adding a human touch to the day’s adventure.

    Shikha and beyond: From Ghara, the path transforms into a steady climb towards Shikha Village. Embrace the challenge of the uphill, feel your muscles work in harmony with the terrain, and let the lush forests and rocky sections become your companions. This is where the true essence of trekking unfolds, one step at a time.

    On the way to Ghorepani from Tatopani
    On the way to Ghorepani from Tatopani,

    Stone steps to Ghorepani’s peak: As you leave Shikha behind, the final leg of your ascent reveals itself – a path of stone stairs ascending towards Ghorepani. With each step, you feel yourself nearing the village nestled on a mountain ridge, its promise of comfort and community drawing you closer.

    A bustling haven: Finally, you arrive in Ghorepani, a Magar village thrumming with life. Traders mingle with tourists, teahouses offer tempting aromas, and the air vibrates with the energy of a place cherished by many. Find your haven in a teahouse, let the day’s journey wash over you, and revel in the warmth of this bustling mountain hub.

    Altitude: 2800 meters (Ghorepani)
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 13: Hike to Poon Hill (3210m), descend to Tirkhedhunga and drive to Pokhara

    A sunrise serenade: Today, before the first tendrils of dawn paint the sky, embark on a pre-breakfast quest to Poon Hill, the crown jewel of your Annapurna Circuit Trek. This final walking day promises a spectacle that will forever be etched in your memory.

    Poon Hill, a summit of wonder: Ascend 3210 meters above Ghorepani, leaving behind the village lights and venturing into the hushed anticipation of dawn. At the summit, you stand on a threshold of awe, where the horizon explodes in a symphony of color.

    Mountains whisper their secrets: As the sun awakens, the majesty of the Annapurna range unveils itself before you. Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, Himchuli, Annapurna III, Dhampus Peak, and Dhaulagiri – each name becomes a brushstroke on the canvas of the Himalayas, painting a scene of unparalleled beauty.

    Early morning viwe from Poon Hill
    Early morning viwe from Poon Hill

    Sunrise, a moment etched in time: Let the golden light bathe your face, feel the warmth seep into your bones, and breathe deep the crisp mountain air. Capture this moment, this tapestry of snow-capped peaks and endless skies, in your camera and your heart.

    Descent with gratitude: With the sunrise’s magic etched in your memory, descend back to Ghorepani for a well-deserved breakfast. Savor every step, for each path on this journey becomes a memory.

    A farewell walk through rhododendron forests: Today’s path takes you on a gentle descent through the enchanting realm of rhododendron forests. Breathe in the sweet fragrance of these vibrant blooms, a farewell gift from the mountains.

    Ulleri and Tikhedhunga, whispers of civilization: As you reach Ulleri and Tikhedhunga, the first whispers of civilization return. Enjoy a lunch amidst the charm of these villages, a final taste of mountain life before returning to the hustle and bustle of Pokhara.

    A road back to Pokhara: At Tikhedhunga, a waiting Jeep whisks you away, carrying you through Birethanti and Nayapul on your journey back to Pokhara. Watch the scenery transform from rugged mountains to verdant valleys, a bittersweet reminder of the adventures that have unfolded.

    Pokhara, a haven of rest and celebration: Finally, you arrive in Pokhara, the city cradled by the Phewa Lake, a haven of rest and celebration. Check into your hotel in the Lakeside area, a vibrant pulse of cafes, pubs, and eateries, each beckoning you to unwind and relive the memories of your trek.

    Altitude: 3210 meters (Poon Hill) and 900 meters (Pokhara)
    Meal: Breakfast

    Remember, savor the sunrise at Poon Hill, cherish the descent through rhododendron forests, and let Pokhara welcome you with a warm embrace. Tonight, celebrate your achievement, share stories with fellow trekkers, and let the magic of the Annapurna Circuit linger in your heart.

    May this final day be a joyous culmination of your adventure, a symphony of memories painted against the breathtaking backdrop of the Himalayas. Have a safe trip, and enjoy your evening in Pokhara, a city forever intertwined with the spirit of your Annapurna Circuit Trek.

  • Day 14: Drive to Kathmandu

    Pokhara wakes you with the gentle chirp of birds and the serene reflection of the Himalayas on Phewa Lake. Savor your final breakfast in this lakeside haven, knowing that today marks your return to Kathmandu.

    Wheels unfurling the road: After early morning farewells, your guide escorts you to the bus station, and your journey back to Kathmandu begins. As the wheels turn, watch the familiar landscapes of Pokhara recede in the rearview mirror, each scene imbued with the memories of your adventure.

    A highway lunch, stories in transit: Somewhere along the bustling highway, a lunch break provides a chance to refuel and reminisce. Share stories with fellow travelers, swap tales of conquered peaks and sunrises that painted the mountains gold. These shared experiences become threads weaving the tapestry of your Annapurna Circuit Trek.

    Kathmandu beckons: After seven hours of winding roads and changing landscapes, the Kathmandu Valley begins to rise on the horizon. Anticipation mingles with a tinge of nostalgia as you near the city that served as your starting point.

    A final transfer, a homecoming: Your guide ensures a smooth transfer to your hotel in Kathmandu, The Everest Hotel, welcoming you with its familiar warmth. Settle into your room, unpack the souvenirs not just in your bags but in your heart, and allow the echoes of the mountains to resonate within you.

    Altitude: 1300 meters (Kathmandu)
    Meal: Breakfast

    Remember, savor the final moments in Pokhara, share stories on the journey back, and allow Kathmandu to welcome you with its familiar charm. Tonight, under the Kathmandu sky, reminisce about the challenges, celebrate the victories, and let the spirit of the Annapurna Circuit Trek forever illuminate your path.

    A note about the flight option: Consider the allure of the skies! For those seeking a quicker return, Pokhara Airport offers flights back to Kathmandu, shaving precious hours off your journey and allowing you to spend more time basking in the magic of your newfound memories.

    May this final day be a gentle transition filled with bittersweet goodbyes and the promise of a joyous homecoming. Have safe travels, and enjoy your evening in Kathmandu, forever marked by the spirit of the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

    Note: You can take a flight to Pokhara to escape a 7-8 hours long drive.
  • Day 15: Farewell, Nepal, Until We Meet Again

    A leisurely symphony of goodbyes: Wake up to the familiar rhythm of Kathmandu, a melody woven with the scent of fresh bread and the distant hum of life. Savor a leisurely breakfast, each bite tinged with the bittersweetness of departure. This is your last day in Nepal, the final note in your Annapurna Circuit symphony.

    A final transfer, a whispered promise: As the morning unfolds, our representative arrives, ready to escort you to Tribhuvan International Airport. This final transfer becomes a poignant farewell, a gentle reminder that although your journey here is ending, the echoes of the Himalayas will forever resonate within you.

    Three hours before your flight: Remember, airports are portals to new adventures, so grant yourself ample time (at least three hours) to navigate check-in and security. Let anticipation mingle with the memories of your trek, each one a treasure to carry with you.

    Late afternoon departures, a chance to linger: For those departing in the late afternoon or evening, Nepal doesn’t say goodbye just yet. We can craft activities tailored to your desires – explore Kathmandu’s bustling streets, soak in the serenity of Pashupatinath Temple, or relax in a café, savoring the warmth of Nepali hospitality.

    Goodbye, Nepal, until we meet again: As you board your flight, Nepal whispers a soft farewell. Carry the memories of snow-capped peaks, the warmth of local encounters, and the thrill of the Annapurna Circuit in your heart. We at Peregrine Treks and Tours bid you a heartfelt goodbye, hoping that our paths will cross again on another Himalayan adventure.

    A note about flight details: Remember to provide your flight details so we can ensure a smooth and timely transfer, allowing you to focus on the emotions of departure.

    May this final day be a gentle farewell, filled with the promise of future journeys and the unwavering spirit of Nepal forever etched in your memory. Safe travels on your flight back home, and keep Nepal in your heart until we meet again on another unforgettable adventure.


What's included

  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara and guesthouse during the trek
  • Guide, Assistant guide (for big groups), and Porter with their salary, insurance, food, and accommodation
  • Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS), Annapurna Conservation Area Project Permit (ACAP), local tax, and necessary paperwork
  • Local Transportation, airport transfer service, and all land transportation
  • Seasonal Fruits, First-Aid kit, Trek Route Map, and Achievement Certificate
    Applicable Taxes

What is excluded

  • Airfare (Domestic and International) and Nepal Visa Fee
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Extra Night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara because of early arrival from the trek because any reason and late departure
  • Personal Expenses like laundry, cold drinks, alcoholic drinks, hot showers during the trek, boiled or bottled water, internet, and all personal expenses
  • Tipping (Not mandatory but highly expected)


City stays: In Kathmandu and Pokhara, you’ll be pampered in luxurious hotels with a delicious breakfast included each morning.

Trek accommodations: During your Annapurna Circuit adventure, you’ll stay in cozy teahouses and lodges. While en-suite facilities are not guaranteed, you can relax knowing delicious meals and comfortable beds await.

Trek meals: Three hearty meals fuel your adventure daily: breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The classic Nepali Dal-Bhat-Tarkari (rice, lentils, and vegetables) is a staple, but don’t hesitate to explore other options like pizza, pasta, noodles, and the ever-popular Tibetan Bread!

Hot showers and charging: Be aware that hot showers and battery charging might come at an extra cost in some trek regions. Plan accordingly to stay connected and refreshed.

Enjoy your stay and delicious meals!

This rewrite aims to be clear concise, and emphasize the positive aspects of your trip. It also provides essential information about potential limitations in the trek regions.

Route Map

Annapurna Circuit Trek Route Map

This 15-day Annapurna Circuit Trek begins with a scenic drive to Chamje from Kathmandu. The trail then traverses the Marshyangdi River valley, passing through scenic sections to the villages of Dharapani, Chame, and Pisang before climbing to the town of Manang.

You will trek to Thorong Phedi (4800m). You can see Chhortens, mani walls, and colorful prayer flags as you gain altitude, hinting that you are entering the Buddhist countryside. The trail climbs gradually to Thorong La Pass (5,416) and enters the Kaligandaki River Valley.

Crossing the Thorong La Pass, the trail is mostly downhill. It passes through the beautiful Muktinath Temple and Thakali villages, known for their hospitable people and mouth-watering delicacies. This section of the Annapurna Trail is also famous for organic apple orchards.

From Tatopani, the trail crosses the Kali Gandaki River and climbs to the village of Shikha before reaching the famed Ghorepani Poon Hill region. After enjoying sunrise and mountain views from Poon Hill, we will descend to Ulleri and Tikhedhunga, taking a jeep and driving to Pokhara.

This 15-day Annapurna Circuit Trek itinerary is well-crafted for trekkers looking for a thrilling and adventurous journey in the Nepal Himalayas. Besides that, Peregrine Treks and Expedition offers many other exciting Nepal trekking packages in the Annapurna region, such as 14-Days Annapurna Circuit Trek, 18-Days Annapurna Circuit Trek with Tilicho Lake, 13-Days Mardi Himal Trek, 20-Days Nar Phu Valley Trek, 10-Days Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek and so on.

Departure Dates

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

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    Good to Know

    We accept major currencies such as the US Dollar, the Great Britain Pound, the Euro, the Australian Dollar, the Singapore Dollar, the Indian Rupee, the Swiss Franc, the Canadian Dollar, the Japanese Yen, the Chinese Yuan, the Saudi Arabian Riyal, the Qatari Riyal, the Thai Baht, the UAE Dirham, the Malaysian Ringgit, the South Korean Won, the Swedish Kroner, the Danish Kroner, the Hong Kong Dollar, the Kuwaiti Dinar, and the Bahrain Dinar.

    Type C, D, and M power plugs and sockets are used. The standard voltage and frequency are 230 V and 50Hz, respectively.

    Vaccinations You must be completely vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 14 days before traveling to Nepal. Vaccination documentation is required.

    On Arrival Visas are available at Nepal's entrance points for travelers. Travelers from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Syria, on the other hand, are required to obtain a visa through their nearest Nepalese diplomatic post (embassy/consulate).

    Tourist Visa Fee

    15 Days – US$ 30
    30 Days – US$ 50
    90 Days – US$ 125

    To confirm the trek/tour package, we want a deposit of at least 20% of the total tour/trek fee. The remaining balance must be paid when you arrive in Nepal. We take Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, American Express, and other major credit cards. The total cost of a Bhutan and Tibet tour must be paid in full at the time of booking.

    We strongly advise you to purchase a SIM card for reliable internet access throughout Nepal. Nepal Telecom (owned by the government) and NCELL (owned by the private sector) are the two main SIM card providers in Nepal. It is preferable to get a SIM card at an airport, where staff will assist with activation and data plan purchases. If you have a SIM card, it will be easier for you to contact us and locate our airport agent.

    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.

    1. Mountain-Ready Attire:
    • High-Altitude Jackets: Seek lightweight, insulating, and waterproof varieties.
    • Trail Trooper Trousers: Opt for moisture-wicking and quick-drying pants.
    • Peak Performance Base Layers: Prioritize thermal and breathable materials.
    1. Footwear Fundamentals:
    • Elevation-Endorsed Boots: Ensure they’re ankle-supportive and broken-in.
    • Sock Symphony: Blend of merino wool socks for warmth and synthetic for moisture management.
    • Streamlined Sandals: For evening camp relaxation and river crossings.
    1. Sleep Sanctuary:
    • Mountain Embrace Sleeping Bag: Rated for sub-zero temperatures.
    • Elevated Resting Mat: Lightweight and insulating.
    1. Nourishment Necessities:
    • High-Altitude Hydration: Collapsible water bottles or hydration bladders.
    • Trail Treats: Energy bars, dried fruits, and nuts.
    • Purification Power: Water purification tablets or portable filters.
    1. Tech & Tools:
    • Pathfinder GPS: Ensure it’s pre-loaded with Annapurna maps.
    • Solar-Powered Savior: Portable solar chargers for your gadgets.
    • Luminous Lanterns: Headlamps with extra batteries.
    1. Health & Hygiene Heroes:
    • Altitude Allies: Acclimatization aids and altitude sickness medications.
    • Sanitation Stars: Biodegradable wet wipes and hand sanitizers.
    • Toilet Tacklers: Portable trowel and biodegradable toilet paper.
    1. Baggage & Storage:
    • Summit-Seeker Backpack: 50-70 liters, with rain cover.
    • Day-Trail Duffel: For essentials during daytime treks.
    • Sacred Sacks: Organizational packing cubes or zip-lock bags.
    1. Miscellaneous Mountain Must-Haves:
    • Weather Wizards: Compact rain ponchos and UV-protective sunglasses.
    • Skin Shields: High SPF sunblock, lip balm, and insect repellent.
    • Trekking Triumphs: Adjustable trekking poles and gaiters.
    1. Documentation & Money Matters:
    • Passport Pouch: Waterproof holder for passport, permits, and cash.
    • Currency Companions: Local Nepali Rupees for on-the-go expenses.
    • Emergency Essentials: Travel insurance details and emergency contact numbers.
    1. Personal Touches:
    • Literary Luxuries: A lightweight book or e-reader for downtime.
    • Melodic Motivators: Earphones and a playlist of inspiring tunes.
    • Journal Journey: Use a compact diary and pen to document your adventures.

    Remember, balancing preparedness and over-packing while packing for the Annapurna Circuit Trek is essential. Every ounce count when you’re ascending the majestic Himalayas. Happy trekking!

    Essential Information

    Natural Experience during Annapurna Circuit Trek

    This Round Annapurna Trekking trail is a repository of natural attractions. While on this trail, you can experience authentic Nepali experiences which might be beyond your imagination. Lush forests, rice terraces, breathtaking views of mountains including Fishtail, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Dhaulagiri, among others, and spectacular sunrise views from Poon Hill are some of the attractions of this trail.

    Getting there

    The Annapurna Circuit trek starts from Chyamje, a three-hour drive from Besishahar, and ends at Pokhara. From Pokhara, you can either fly or drive to Kathmandu. The drive takes about seven hours, while the flight takes only around half an hour.

    Annapurna Circuit Trek Difficulty

    The Annapurna Round trek is strenuous. It is not suitable for children and senior citizens. The highest point is 5,416 meters. But it is the most popular trek in Nepal, with good trails and other infrastructure.

    Since the trek takes you to a higher altitude, there might be chances for symptoms of altitude sickness. The chance of altitude sickness is most common for people with pre-existing medical conditions related to lung, heart, and blood diseases. It is strongly advised to disclose such pre-existing conditions to the trekking agency before the trip.

    Based on the condition of team members, the trek guide or leader can alternate or halt the ascent if necessary.

    Best Season

    Autumn (mid-September to mid-November) and spring (March-May) are the best trekking seasons for Annapurna Circuit. The weather and temperature of Annapurna Circuit are just perfect for trekking during this time. The daytime temperature can reach 20 degrees Celsius, while the night temperature can reach up to -5 degrees Celsius. But Trek the Annapurna circuit is possible during winter and monsoon as well. Monsoon and winter are the best trek times to avoid the crowd.

    Related Article: Best Time for Annapurna Circuit Trek

    Packing List

    The packing list depends on the trekking season. We will provide you with the list of trekking equipment well in advance. No technical trekking equipment is required for this trek. A three-season plus sleeping bag will be enough for you.

    Packing List for Nepal Trekking Packages

    How much does the Annapurna Circuit trek cost?

    The Annapurna Circuit Trek cost depends on the group size, required service, and tour plan (standard or deluxe). The price is USD 1450 per person. The price will be relatively low if more than four people are in one group. The cost will increase if you want to fly to Kathmandu from Jomsom or Pokhara. We can customize this trek based on time and budget. We encourage international trek leaders and representatives from global travel companies to get complimentary service.


    You can extend this trek by spending more days in the trekking area to observe the local culture. Or you can add sightseeing activities in Kathmandu and Pokhara, as well as adventure activities like rafting, bungee, canyoning, paragliding, and jungle safari, to the Chitwan program. You can cap your amazing trek with a mountain flight that lets you get sweeping views of high Himalayan peaks from the comfort of your aircraft seat.

    Why Trek the Annapurna circuit with Peregrine Treks?

    Peregrine Trek’s 15-day Annapurna Circuit Trek has a range of premium qualities, making it one of the finest packages for the region.

    • Well-designed trek plan with plenty of time for Acclimatization and balanced hiking times or duration
    • Accommodate you in our most exquisite and awe-inspiring establishments throughout the Annapurna 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 clearest views of breathtaking snowcapped mountains
    • Organize both group and private treks and provide lucrative packages for solo treks.
    • Arrange customizable trips at short notice based on your special requests or unexpected changes in your plans.
    • Mountain Views During 15-Day Round Annapurna Trekking

    The Annapurna Circuit trail lies between Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Annapurna (8091m), the world’s 7th and 10th highest peaks, respectively. The Annapurna Circuit Trekking offers spectacular views of mountain peaks like Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal, Manaslu, Pisang Peak, Chulu East, Chulu West, Nilgiri, and Tukuche Peaks, and the omnipresent Machhapuchhre or the Fishtail.

    You will also be walking through Kali Gandaki Gorge. This is the world’s deepest gorge, between Annapurna and Nilgiri mountains at Andhagalchhi (2,520m). The valley lies more than 5,000 meters below the summit of Mt. Annapurna, making hiking the Annapurna Circuit one of the best life experiences ever.

    And remember, the Annapurna circuit package is not to trek along the Annapurna Sanctuary route and reach the base camp of Mt. Annapurna. If your target is to reach Annapurna base camp, then check out our Annapurna base camp trek package.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    A travel insurance policy is mandatory to trek with Peregrine Treks. Your travel insurance must cover accidental, medical, and emergency repatriation (helicopter rescue and evacuations). There are many internationally recognized travel insurance companies, and we recommend World Nomads, True Travelers, Europ Assistance, etc.

    This trek is located in the Annapurna region in the western part of Nepal between the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges.

    The trek generally takes around two weeks, but we can extend and shorten this Annapurna Circuit Trekking. This is standard trekking with carefully designed as per our experience.

    The perfect season to trek in the Annapurna Region is Autumn (September-November) because you get clear views after the monsoon. The second-best season in the Spring (March-April) as you get to see rare wildflowers on the trail. However, the Annapurna Circuit Trek can be done around the year.

    The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a challenging and rewarding adventure that requires a good level of physical fitness. Trekkers can expect to walk for 6-7 hours per day on average, covering a distance of approximately 15-20 kilometers, through diverse landscapes from lush green forests to arid deserts and ascending to altitudes of over 5,000 meters. Despite the physical demands, the trek offers stunning mountain scenery, cultural immersion, and a sense of accomplishment as trekkers pass through traditional Nepalese villages and Buddhist monasteries and see some of the world’s highest peaks, including Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. Rest and refueling can be done at the tea houses and lodges along the route, and by embracing the challenges and immersing oneself in the natural beauty of the Himalayas, unforgettable memories can be created.

    No, there are no ATMs or banks available in the villages along the Annapurna trekking route. Therefore, it is essential to ensure that you have enough cash with you before starting the trek, and Besishahar is the last place where you can withdraw money.

    While trekking along the Annapurna route, you will find internet facilities available in most places. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the internet speed may not be as fast as what you’re used to in your home country. Despite this, having access to the internet can be helpful for staying connected with loved ones, checking the weather forecast, and researching information about the trek. Some teahouses and lodges may charge a fee for internet access, while others offer it for free as part of their accommodations.

    You need two trekking permits for Annapurna Circuit Trek: ACAP Permit and TIMS Card. Nowadays TIMS is not mandatory for Trekking in Nepal.

    To reach the highest point of the Annapurna trekking route at Thorong La Pass, trekkers should begin their journey very early in the morning, typically around 4 am, from either High Camp or Thorong La Camp to avoid unpredictable weather conditions. Despite the challenges of crossing the pass, the panoramic views from the top make the climb well worth the effort for those who are prepared to take on the challenge.

    You will stay in hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara, while the accommodation is in a lodge/teahouse while on the trekking regions. You do not be worried about the teahouse during Hiking in Nepal.

    You can do this Annapurna Circuit Trek alone. But it is recommended that you take packages from government-authorized trekking agencies that will care for your comfort, safety, and well-being. You need to be careful about altitude sickness, trekking trails, food, and accommodation during trekking in Nepal.


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    Jole Boni
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    Amazing experience in Hiking in Nepal

    Peregrine Treks, in a word, is superb! Upfront communication with Pradip was very efficient, and the organizing was very well. Mr. Pradip received me at the airport and took me safely to the hotel at midnight. The next day, we started the trek; our guide Mingmar was a star. He was trustworthy, reliable, and always smiling with a great sense of humor.

    They all were excellent and perfect for perfectly organizing any tour. I can wholeheartedly recommend them the Peregrine Treks and Expedition. Thank you!

    Spencer Day
    5 Star Rating


    Annapurna Circuit with Peregrine Treks: Greatest experience!

    I was doing Annapurna Circuit for the first time in my life and was reluctant because, at the time, I wanted to start; it was off-season. Because of this, I decided to make this tour with a guide, and my choice was Peregrine Treks because of a recommendation from a German couple I met in Kathmandu.

    I was pleased by how the agency handled this, and I had an excellent guide Mingmar, who was knowledgeable and did everything to accommodate me. Because of his open-mindedness, we had much fun with other travelers. I recommend Peregrine Treks and Expedition, especially Mingmar, for trekking in the Himalayas! You‘re in good hands.


    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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