Annapurna Circuit Trek

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

Duration Duration 15 Days
Meals Meals
  • 15 Breakfast
  • 13 Lunch
  • 13 Dinner
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 3-night hotel
  • 11-nights eco-lodge
Activites Activities
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
  • Scenic Drive
Price Reduced US$ 1565 Price Starts From US$ 1250
Destination Destination
Nepal
Difficulty Difficulty
Moderate
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5416 M, Thorong La Pass
Activities Activity
Trekking
Start and Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
1-8 people
Transportation Transportation
Jeep/Bus
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
6-7 hours trek

Overview of Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is widely regarded as one of the finest high-altitude trekking trails in the world. Lush forests, terraced fields, and densely populated settlements can be seen in the lower Annapurna region. At the same time, the upper-trans Himalayan region is arid, barren, and sparsely populated. The lower region is mainly inhabited by Hindus, while most upper regions are home to people following Buddhism.


Annapurna Circuit Trek Highlights

  • Beautiful alpine meadows
  • Trek 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 of the world

This Annapurna Circuit Trek offers trekkers lifetime experiences. They can witness the tremendous cultural, religious and ecological diversity of the Annapurna Region. The walk is pleasing as you can listen to birds chirping above the thick forest canopy. And meeting ever-smiling locals saying Namaste with their palms joined together surely warms everyone’s heart. The Annapurna Circuit trail crosses numerous rivers and creeks. Waterfalls cascade through lush forests into deep pools or fast-flowing rivers.

The vegetation in the Annapurna Circuit route ranges from sub-tropical and temperate forests in lower areas to sub-alpine and alpine forests in higher regions. These forests are home to rare medicinal herbs. Herbs like the caterpillar fungus locally known as Yarsagumba are pretty famous here. It is believed to have aphrodisiac value. Endangered species like red panda, musk deer, and the elusive snow leopard live in this vegetation.

Mountain Views During 15-Days Round Annapurna Trek

The Annapurna Circuit trail lies between Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Annapurna (8091m) — the world’s 7th and 10th highest peaks, respectively. The trek offers spectacular views of mountain peaks like 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 a lifetime experience for many.

Annapurna Circuit Route Info

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 then to Tikhedhunga, where we will take a jeep and drive to Pokhara.

This 15-Days Annapurna Circuit Trek itinerary is a well-crafted itinerary for trekkers looking for a thrilling and adventurous journey in Nepal Himalaya. 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, and so on.

Annapurna Circuit Trek Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu (1300m)

    Welcome to Nepal. After completing immigration and customs formalities, and claiming your baggage, come out of the airport, where you will find our representative waiting for you. He will offer you a traditional Nepali welcome and escort you to your hotel. He will also assist you in the check-in process. Take some rest to unwind after a long flight.

    If your arrival is earlier in the day, you can step out to your hotel neighborhood to get the first glimpses of Kathmandu city or visit the Peregrine office. There will be a trek briefing session in the evening where you will also meet your guide. The guide will inform you about the trek and help you with the trekking gear needed. After that, join us for a welcome dinner at a restaurant serving authentic Nepali food. Enjoy the meal and the traditional songs and dances performed by the artists.
    O/N: 3-Star Hotel

    Note: Please provide your flight details for airport transfer service.
  • Day 2: Drive to Chamje (1410m)

    After early breakfast at your hotel, the journey begins with a drive to your trailhead at Chamje. The drive is pleasing as it passes through winding hills and beautiful riverside roads, offering you a glimpse of the Nepali countryside. It takes around six hours to reach Besishahar, a small hilly marketplace, where you will change the vehicle for an incredible off-road drive of about three hours.

    Expect some turbulence in the jeep ride as the road to the mountainside is in bad shape. Nevertheless, it is pleasing as it takes you through beautiful hamlets, rice terraces, rocky cliffs, and deep gorges. Upon arrival at Chamje, check in to your teahouse.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 3: Trek to Dharapani (1860m)

    Your trek begins in earnest today. After breakfast, stroll, following your guide as he leads you on a beautiful trail with a series of uphill and downhill walks. The trail follows the Marshyangdi River and passes through waterfalls, rocky cliffs, and lush forests. After a walk of a few hours, you will pass through an entry gate into the village of Taal. The narrow trail then opens into a beautiful valley of Taal, where you will stop for lunch. Taal translates into the lake in Nepali. The area got its name when the river was dammed by landslide debris many years ago, creating an artificial lake.

    Taal is also the entry point of the Manang district, where a significant section of this trek lies. After lunch, a brief leisurely walk will take you to Dharapani, where you will stop for the night. You will see a Chorten before entering the village, hinting that you are entering the Buddhist land.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 4: Trek to Chame (2650m)

    You will start early today as the trial is a bit longer. Hit the trail after a sumptuous breakfast at your lodge. The course is primarily uphill as you climb up into the alpine land. The trail passes through the beautiful villages of Bagarchhap and Danaque. Rising further, you will reach the beautiful Tamang village, where the course coming from the Manaslu region meets the Annapurna trail.

    You can take a tea break here, admiring the beautiful view of Mt Manaslu (8163m) — the sixth highest mountain in the world. Continue walking and pass through the beautiful villages of Thanchowk and Koto, where the Nar-Phu trail joins the Annapurna Circuit trail, before entering Chame. You will see a large mani wall with prayer wheels at the village entrance. Chame is the district headquarters of Manang, with good hotels, Internet cafes, trekking gear shops, banks, and health and communication facilities, among others.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 5: Trek to Upper Pisang (3300m)

    You are resuming walking after breakfast at your lodge. The trail from Chame passes through beautiful alpine forests in a narrow yet steep valley. After crossing the Marshyangdi river on a suspension bridge, the trail climbs up, offering stunning views of rocky surfaces, including the face of Paungda Danda.

    Continuing further, you will reach Dhukur Pokhari, where you will stop for lunch. After lunch, cross the river and start walking toward Upper Pisang. Pisang offers you beautiful views of Pisang Peak and other peaks in the Annapurna Range to your south. Some trekkers may face breathing difficulty as they enter the area with thin air. You will stop here for the night.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 6: Trek to Manang (3520m) via Ghyaru

    The trail beyond Upper Pisang lies in the drier rain shadow area. There are two trails to Manang — the first is the easy route via the road and Hongde airstrip, while the second is steep through the villages of Ghyaru and Ngawal. You will take the second one as it offers breathtaking views of the mountains and helps you acclimatize to the higher altitude.

    It passes through the beautiful settlement of Mungji and the hidden hamlet of Braga before reaching Manang. Manang is one of the biggest villages on the Annapurna Circuit trail. You can find all facilities here. There is also a Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA) health post to get information about altitude sickness.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 7: Rest Day at Manang for Acclimatization

    Today, you will take a rest day for acclimatization. Today, you have many options — exploring Baraka village, Manang village, or going to the Gangapurna viewpoint. The best option is a trek to the Gangapurna viewpoint, as it will help you acclimatize to a higher altitude.

    You can enjoy a beautiful view of Gangapurna glacial lake, Gangapurna glacier well, and Thorong La Pass. Return to the teahouse for lunch. After lunch, attend a lecture on altitude sickness at the HRA health post. The doctors there will advise you on the necessary precautions that you should take to avoid altitude sickness.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 8: Trek to Yak Kharka (4035m)

    The next three days will be the most difficult days of your trek as it is an ascent of nearly 2,000 meters to Thorong Pass — the highest point of your tour. Beyond Manang, the trail leaves the Marshyangdi Valley and continues along the bank of its tributary Jarsang Khola.

    As you gain altitude, the vegetation becomes shorter and sparser as you reach Yak Kharka. The trail offers fantastic views of Annapurna II, III, and IV, TIlicho Peak, and Gangapurna Peak. You can quickly get Letdar, but it will not be wise to press further. It’s free time for independent activities after lunch at Yak Kharka.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 9: Trek to Thorong Phedi/High Camp (4540m/4880m)

    Today, you will trek to Thorong Phedi or High Camp. It will take around 3-4 hours to reach Thorong Phedi or the base of Thorong Pass, depending on your body and weather conditions. If the trail is snowy, it could take much longer. Walk slowly and steadily, following your guide.

    Across the river on the other side of the course, you can see herds of blue sheep and Yaks grazing. There are few tea houses in Thorong Phedi. If you are not tired and willing to go further, you can trek to the High Camp as it will make the next day’s walk easier. It’s your call.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

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

    It will be the longest and most challenging day of this Annapurna Circuit Trek. Your guide will give you a wake-up call at 3 am so that you are ready to start by 3:30 am. If you start at High Camp, you can start a bit later. It is always wise to start early in the morning if you have to cross high passes because the passes could become windy from 11 am onwards.

    The trail is very steep, but it is easy to follow. It won’t be wise to cross if the pass is covered with snow. Your guide will have the final say in that scenario. It will take around four to six hours to reach the pass. You can see Chorten and colorful prayer flags at the top.

    A signboard also says you are at the top of Thorong’s pass (5416m). Don’t forget to take a photo keeping the signboard in the backdrop. You can enjoy breathtaking views all around. The pass divides two beautiful river valleys and watersheds — Marshyangdi Valley from where you came to the top and Kali Gandaki Valley to where you will be descending. After spending some time at the top, enjoy your packed lunch and start a knee-busting descent to Muktinath (3800m). You will reach Muktinath by late afternoon.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

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

    You will enjoy a short excursion to the Muktinath Temple in the morning. It is a joint pilgrimage for both Hindus and Buddhists. There is also a holy flame fed by natural gas.

    After breakfast, begin your drive toward Tatopani. The drive passes through beautiful villages like Kagbeni, Jomsom — the district headquarters of Mustang — Marpha, Tukuche, and Lete, along the Kali Gandaki river. Upon arrival at Tatopani, check into your teahouse. You can take a soothing bath in one of the natural hot springs in the village. The second leg of your trek begins today.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 12: Trek to Ghorepani (2800m)

    Another long day today. After an early breakfast, cross the Kai Gandaki River and start uphill, walking toward Shikha village on the way to Ghorepani. A walk of about an hour or so will take you to a small settlement of Guthrie. You can see lush vegetation and beautiful rice terraces in the village.

    You will pass through Ghara settlement and visit your lunch point at Shikha village at around noon. After Shikha, the trail to Ghorepani is mostly uphill. It passes through lush forests and rocky sections. The final leg of the walk to Ghorepani is all on stone stairs. The Magar village saddles on a ridge and offers plenty of accommodation options. As it is one of the largest villages in the area, it is always brimming with traders and tourists.
    O/N: Teahouse
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

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

    This is going to be the last walking day of the trek. Start the day early, as we will be going on a hike to the Poon Hill (3210m) viewpoint. Poon Hill, which sits a little above Ghorepani village, commands a beautiful view of mountains in the Annapurna range. You can enjoy amazing views of mountains like Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, Himchuli, Annapurna III, Dhampus Peak, and Dhaulagiri, among others, from Poon Hill. After enjoying the view and taking pictures, walk down to Ghorepani. After breakfast, start walking toward Ulleri and then to Tirkhedhunga.

    It is an easy walk through beautiful rhododendron forests. You can take lunch either at Ulleri or Tikhedhunga. At Tikhedhunga, board a waiting car and drive toward Birethanti, Nayapul, and Pokhara. Upon arrival in Pokhara, check into your hotel. You can fit a wide range of pubs and eateries in the Lakeside area to unwind after a long trek in the evening.
    O/N: Three-star Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

  • Day 14: Drive to Kathmandu

    Today, you will be driving to Kathmandu. After early breakfast at your hotel, board a waiting car and start moving toward Kathmandu. We will stop for lunch somewhere along the highway and continue to Kathmandu. The journey takes around seven hours. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, your guide will transfer you to your hotel. In the evening, we will host a farewell dinner for you where you can share your trek experiences.
    O/N: Three-star Hotel
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: You can take a flight to Pokhara to escape a 7-8 hours long drive.
  • Day 15: Departure

    Your last day in Nepal. After a leisurely breakfast, our representative will transfer you to the airport for your flight back home at least three hours before your flight. If your flight is in the late afternoon or evening, we can organize activities for you on request. Goodbye until we meet next time.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

    Note: Please provide your flight details for the airport transfer service.

Includes/Excludes

What's included

    • Meals as per itinerary
    • Three-star hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara and guesthouse during the trek
    • Guide 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

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 of any reason and late departure
    • Personal Expenses like laundry, bar bills, hot shower during the trek, bottled/boiled water, internet, and all personal nature expenses
    • Tipping (Not mandatory but highly expected)

Accommodation

You will stay on a sharing basis in three-star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Your package includes a complimentary breakfast. During Annapurna Circuit Trek, you will stay in a teahouse/lodge that may or may not have attached toilets.

You will be served three meals a day during the trek — breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Generally, meals are the Nepali staple Dal-Bhat-Tarkari (rice, lentils, and vegetables). However, other dishes like pizza, pasta, noodles, etc., are also available.


Route Map

Annapurna Circuit Trek Route Map

Departure Dates

We have daily departures for this trip, so we recommend that you book it according to your schedule. We will customize the tour/trekking package to your specific needs. We are concentrating on the private trip, taking into account numerous elements such as COVID, trekkers' physical fitness, available time, and budget. Because these elements may or may not be compatible with the individual traveler.

Similarly, during the trek/tour, we will be pleased to supply you with pre/post accommodation as well as other supplementary services such as a domestic flight and an additional porter. Please fill out this customized form for your convenience.

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    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 g 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 Besishaharand 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.

    Best Season

    The trek can be done around the year. Autumn (mid-September to mid-November) and spring (March-May) are the best seasons for Annapurna Circuit Trek. The weather and temperature of Annapurna Circuit are just perfect for trekking during this time. But the trek can be done during winter and monsoon as well. If you want to avoid the crowd, monsoon and winter are the best time to do the 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.

    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 1690 for a single trekker. The price will be relatively low if you are more than two 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.

    Extensions

    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, indulge in adventure activities like rafting, bungee, canyoning, and paragliding, and add jungle safari in the Chitwan program. You can cap your amazing trek with a mountain flight that allows you to get sweeping views of high Himalayan peaks from the comfort of your aircraft seat.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    The Annapurna Circuit 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.

    The best season to do the 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.

    A healthy individual can do this Annapurna trekking as it is only moderately difficult.

    You will have to walk 6-7 hours a day on average during the trek.

    No. Make sure that you withdraw cash in Besishahar before the trek starts.

    You will get the Internet facility in most of the places. But keep in mind that the speed is not as fast as in your homeland.

    You need two types of permits for Annapurna Circuit Trek: ACAP Permit and TIMS Card.

    The highest altitude is 5,416 meters i.e. the top of Thorong La Pass.

    You will stay in hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara, while the accommodation is in a lodge/teahouse while on the trek.

    You can do this Annapurna Circuit Trek alone. But you recommended you take the service of government authorized trekking agencies who will take care of your comfort, safety, and well-being.

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    January 19, 2022

    Peregrine Treks in one word is superb ! Upfront communication with Pradip was very efficient and the organiz went very well. Mr Pradip receive me at the airport took me safe at the hotel at midnight. The day next we started the trek, our guide Mingmar was a star. He was trustworthy, reliable and always smiling with a great sense of humors.
    They all were excellent and was perfect in organizing any sort of tour in a perfect way. I can wholeheartedly recommend them, the Peregrine Treks and Expedition. Thank you!

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    Howard Flynn
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    January 19, 2022

    I was doing Annapurna Circuit for the first time in my life and have been a bit reluctant because of the fact that at the time I wanted to start, it was off season. It was because of this that I decided to make this tour with a guide and my choice was Peregrine Treks because of a recommendation I received from German couple I met in Kathmandu.
    I was really pleased by the way the agency handled this and moreover, I had a great guide Mingmar, who was knowledgeable and did everything to accommodate me and because of his open-mindedness, we had much fun with other travelers.I would definitely recommend Peregrine Treks and Expedition and especially Mingmar for doing Trekking in the Himalaya! You‘re in good hands

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