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Annapurna Circuit Trek


Trip Tacts

  •    Country: Nepal
  •    Trip grade: Moderate
  •    Destination: Annapurna
  •    Activities: Trekking
  •    Accommodation: Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara/ Lodges on the trek
  •    Meals: BB in Kathmandu and pokhara, Full board on trek.
  •    Maximum altitude: 5416m
  •    Group size: 1 to 24 pax
  •    Best Season: September to November, March to May

Trip Information

Annapurna Circuit Trekking

Annapurna Circuit Trekking has been opened to foreign trekkers since 1977. You cannot forget this trip in your entire life. This 3-week trekking starts from a long drive from Kathmandu to Besishahar and go alone the Marshyangdi River with the great view of Manaslu, Himalchuli and Lamjung Himal. The full scenery is breathtaking which is the most incentive trekking destination of Nepal. The highest point is the Throng-la Pass (5416m), the highest pass in the world. After crossing this difficult pass (usually, walk in a clockwise direction) and passing the Muktinath (the highest temple in Nepal), the trek goes down to the world’s deepest gorge, the Kali Gandaki Gorge, which located between Mt. Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. Then we follow the Kali Gandaki River until the natural hot spring in Tatopani.

In the A. Circuit trek, you can make many records of yourself! You can see the world’s 3 highest and most popular mountains, the Manaslu(8163m), Dhaulagiri 1st (8167m) and Annapurna 1st (8091m), visit Nepal’s highest temple and go along the world’s highest pass and the deepest gorge! Moreover, you can have a touch of Tibetan village, villages with both Hindus and Buddhists culture, beautiful rivers and forests…all these make your trip unforgettable and memorable.

Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions Pvt Ltd organizes the Annapurna Circuit trek throughout the year but the best month is September-November and March-May. Sometimes the pass will be closed due to heavy snow in winter time. At the end of the trekking, because of road construction, some trails are dusty and so that you may need to take a flight or bus from Jomsom back to Pokhara.

Suggested itinerary for Annapurna Circuit Trekking

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1 300 m/4 264 ft): MMT staff will meet and transfer you to your hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu valley sightseeing and trek preparation
Day 03: Kathmandu - Jagat (1 100 m/3 608 ft): 8-10 hrs drive
Day 04: Jagat - Dharapani (1 960 m/6 430 ft): 5-6 hrs
Day 05: Dharapani - Chame (2 710 m/8 891 ft): 5-6 hrs
Day 06: Chame - Pisang (3 300 m/10 824 ft): 5-6 hrs
Day 07: Pisang – Ngawal (3 660 m/12 008 ft): 4-5 hrs
Day 08: Ngawal – Manang (3 540 m/11 615 ft): 3-4 hrs.
Day 09: Manang: Acclimatisation and exploration day
Day 10: Manang - Yak Kharka (4,110 m/13,484 ft): 3-4 hrs
Day 11: Yak Kharka - Thorung Phedi (4,600 m/15,092 ft): 3-4 hrs
Day 12: Thorung Phedi - Muktinath (3,800 m/12,467 ft): 8-10 hrs
Day 13: Muktinath - Tatopani (1 200 m/3 937 ft): 6-8 hrs drive
Day 14: Tatopani - Ghorepani (2 850 m/9 350 ft): 7-8 hrs
Day 15: Ghorepani - Poon hill (3 210 m/10 528 ft): Tadapani (2,520 m/8 268 ft), 6-7 hrs
Day 16: Tadapani - Ghandruk (1,950 m/6,398 ft): 3-4 hrs
Day 17: Ghandruk - Pothana (1,910 m/6,266 ft): 5-6 hrs
Day 18: Pothana - Phedi - Pokhara (910 m/2 986 ft): 3-4 hrs walk, 45 min drive.
Day 19: Pokhara - Kathmandu (1,300 m /4,264 ft): 5-6 hrs drive
Day 20: Final departure

FAQs on Annapurna Circuit Trekking

1. Annapurna Circuit Trek Cost?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek Cost depends upon the services you take and itinerary you choose. The best price for Annapurna Circuit trek is $1240. This is the best possible price for Annapurna Circuit Trek to capture the beautiful nature, awesome trekking experience, familiarize with Nepali Culture, views of mountains and many more.

2. Is Annapurna circuit trek with Tilicho lake possible?

Yes. You can make your Annapurna Circuit Trek with Tilicho Lake. You can have the taste of both Annapurna Circuit Trek and Tilicho Lake TrekkingYou can change your itinerary as per you like and modify trekking itinerary however you feel comfortable.

3. Annapurna circuit trek 12 days/ 14 days?

Annapurna Circuit Trek Itinerary can be modified as per the trekkers need. Annapurna Circuit Trek 12 days and Annapurna Circuit Trek 14 days are quite famous trekking in Annapurna Region. They are just a modification of the trekking itinerary. We recommended you for 18 days trek. But you can make any of 12 days or 14 days Annapurna Circuit Trek. We can mail us at info@missionhimalayatreks.com for any of the itinerary and other details about cost, services and more.

4. Annapurna Circuit Best Time To Go?

The best time to go to Annapurna Circuit Trek is in October - November and March - April. In other seasons there may be extreme rainfalls, rock fall and landslides. 

5. Annapurna Circuit Trek Time?

As already mentioned we will be at the height of 4500 meters at the top of Annapurna Circuit Trek. You can make this trek at the minimum of 12 days. You can have a rest day during 12 days trek also. The time depends upon how long do you want to trek. However, the average is 12 days and upto 4500m height.


Customer Reviews

Hector benito | Spain

Rating: 5

After spending some wondeful days trekking in Nepal with you (Birendra) we do not want to leave the country without telling you something in this review!

Hector wants to tell you that "Tu eres un poco cabron"

Conchi says that she has been so comfortable and nice despite she is a headache for you haha"i want to say big thank you to you and your "Garlic noodle soup"mountain medicine..

!! They Saved my life!!

and now being a bit more serious we think you did a great job. You make us feel so comfortable and safe all the time. and that really good!

we hope you also have a good time with us at the sometime that you were working.

finally the three of us invite you to some beers and some trekking guide(Pablo Conchi and hector) in Spain so just let us know when you travel there.

we will try to send more people to make you work more 

Besos y Abrozos


Malini Nambiar | india

Rating: 5

Thank you Birendra for the lovely trek we had. It was a great exprience  to you were really a good. We will keep in touch for any future trek and other travel  services.

Thank you!!!!


Santi Campos | Spain

Rating: 5

We trekking combined of ABC and ACT absolutely fantastic. The crossing to the high altitude Throng-la (5416m) with amazing landscape and heart touching views is my life time best. The guide was so funny told us a lot jokes to make our trip never bore. The porter carrying luggage like they do not feel any tired. Keep it up Mission Himalaya Trekking And Expeditions Team.

            One of our friends Chema feels sick in trekking Nawol but our guide help us to give him medicine as well. Because of his effort and arrangement we are out of six- 6 complete Throng pass. The guide was so flexible according to our condition and desire. He managed tea houses, food, and transportation so easily.

            We give the best recommends to Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions PVT Ltd. We plan to come back again for Everest Base camp Trekking with our friends and Family.

Great MHT arrangement we are appreciated!!!!!!!!!!

Detail Itinerary

Detailed Itinery of Annapurna Circuit Trek

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft)
Mission Himalaya Treks and Expeditions PVT Ltd Airport Representative will meet you outside the Arrival Hall. Please, look for our Treks and Expeditions name card. Transfer to hotel, introduce your trekking guide and check the necessities. Overnight in Kathmandu 
Meals Included: breakfast

Day 02: Full day Kathmandu City Tour
When you finished your breakfast sightseeing tours to world heritage sites of Pashupatinath Temple-the holiest and biggest Hindu Temple on the bank of  Bagmati River, Bodhanath Stupa-the biggest Buddhist Stupa in the world, Patan Durbar Square is the oldest city in the Kathmandu valley with 
age old tradition also called Lalitpur-the city of fine arts. The visit covers the Durbar Square, the Krishna temple, the Golden temple and many more. Swayambhunath Stupa-the 2000 years old legendary stupa on the hillock also nick-named as monkey temple. Your day tour ends Kathmandu Durbar Square including living goddess Kumari, Nautale Durbar, the Kaal Bhairav, the hippy Street and more.
Overnight in Kathmandu Hotel 
Meals included: breakfast

Day 03: Kathmandu to Jagat (1 100m/3 608ft): 8-10 hrs drive
After an early breakfast and a private car drive 175km west to the trekking point. The road winds over passes through the forested middle hills to link Hindu villages and farming communities, south of the Himalayan highlands. It follows and crosses several major rivers flowing from the glacial peaks to the north; including the Trisuli Khola, a popular rafting destination. At Dumre, we turn north, on a secondary road into the Marsyangdi Nadi Valley to Besi Sahar before continuing up a minor road to Syange (with a high waterfall) and on to Jagat (a former toll station on the ancient salt-trade route to Tibet).We will follow the Marsyangdi River for six days, to near its source on the North Annapurna Glacier. Overnight at Jagat
Meal Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 04: Jagat to Dharapani (1 960m/6 430ft): 5-6 hrs
After breakfast the trail descends, then climbs through rocky forest to the tiny Tibetan village of Chamje. Cross the suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi Nadi, then climb steadily to the delightful village of Tal (1700m), a former lakebed. The trail continues past barley, wheat and potato fields and through pine forests before re-crossing the river near Kotro, then and on to Dharapani: one of the larger Tibetan villages in the Manang valley, at the confluence of two rivers. Overnight in Dharapani
Meals Included Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 05: Dharapani to Chame (2 710m/8 891ft): 5-6 hrs
Today the valley swings westwards: we negotiate steep forested ridges and cross several landslides as we ascend the southern side of the valley. Sensational views of the Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7 525m/24 688ft) will gradually rise to our left; and come into full view as we approach the large mani wall before Chame. This is the district headquarters of the Manang Valley overnight atchame

Meal Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 06: Chame to Pisang (3 300m/10 824ft): 5-6 hrs
A steep and narrow path on the north bank, through a dense ‘Christmas tree’ and pine forest, leads to a gigantic curved, ice-carved rock face above Bhratang: which rises 1500m above the river – and takes an hour to pass. Beyond the village, and after walking along an impressive ledge hewn from a vertical cliff face, the path re-crosses to the southern side of the river and ascends, opposite the wall, into the classic U-shaped upper Manang Valley between two giant snow peaks. The views become more exciting as we approach the split-village of Pisang.
Overnight in Lower Pisang.at Lodge
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 07: Pisang to Ngawal (3 660m/12 008ft): 4-5 hrs
There are two routes that we can follow today. The lower, easier route follows the river to Mungji where it meets the upper route and continues to Braga and Manang.
The more challenging upper route into the dry Nyesyang district begins from Upper Pisang and offers some of the finest scenery on the trek. Ghyaru is a fascinating cluster-village with beautifully constructed stone houses surrounded by fields of wheat, barley, buckwheat, potatoes and beans: crops that can cope with a short growing season. Then a long high traverse with great scenery, up and down the valley, to Ngawal: an interesting village with Gompa and ancient Juniper trees. Overnight in Ngawal.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Luch & Dinner

Day 08: Ngawal to Manang (3 540m/11 615ft): 3-4 hrs.
The trail now gradually descends to Mungji which has a nunnery above the village. The clustered houses of picturesque Braga are built one above the other, up a craggy slope with an impressive Gompa at the top. It is the largest, oldest and best-endowed gompa in the valley. Manang is a short walk from Braga.
A morning rest in Manang and a short walk in the afternoon will further assist with acclimatisation: before the two challenging high altitude days to come. Take a walk to either Bocho Gompa or Gangapurna Lake. Visit the Himalayan Rescue Association, after 03:00 pm, for information about Altitude Mountain Sickness and its symptoms. and overnight at
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 09: Manang: Acclimatisation and exploration day
Today is a scheduled acclimatization day. It should include a short walk to higher altitudes and back: to prepare for the two challenging high altitude days to come. Take a walk to either the Bocho Gompa or the Gangapurna Lake. Visit the Himalayan Rescue Association, after 03:00 pm, for information about Altitude Mountain Sickness and its symptoms. Overnight in Manang.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10: Manang to Yak Kharka (4 110m/13 484ft): 3-4 hrs
From Manang the trail crosses a stream, climbs to the village of Tengi above, then continues to climb out of the Marsyangdi Valley; turning northwest up the valley of the Jarsang Khola. A slow gradual ascent is the key to avoiding altitude sickness.
The trail passes a few summer pastures and scrub juniper, as it steadily gains elevation. It climbs above Gunsang, a cluster of flat mud roofs just below the trail and continues to the hamlet of Ghyanchang where it drops to cross a tributary. It continues to rise through meadows: where horses and yaks graze. After crossing a small wooden bridge, it climbs to reach an ancient mani wall and the small pleasant village of Yak Kharka; and good views.Overnight in YakKharka.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11: Yak Kharka to Thorung Phedi (4 600m/15 092ft): 3-4 hrs
A short day’s slow, steady climb up another 500m leads to the last outpost before the pass. The path meanders through desolate high scenery with scrub vegetation gradually giving way to rock, scree and an exposed path over a landslide before reaching the trekker-settlement of Thorung Phedi (foot of the hill). It is just a large teahouse with room for some 150 trekkers and a warm cosy dining room. It closes during the winter months.
Further up the “hill” is a small stone tea house on an exposed ridge, manned during the day by folk from the hotel, which is known as High Camp. It is wiser to sleep at Thorung Phedi than to climb to this elevation for a night and shorter summit day.
Overnight in Thorong Phedi.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Thorung Phedi to Muktinath (3 800/12 467ft): 8-10 hrs
We reach the climax of our Annapurna circuit trek today: a lifetime unforgettable experience to cross this famous high pass – requiring a 1000m ascent and a 1600m descent. Thorung La (5416m) is a col between Thorung Peak (6 211m/20 378ft) and the impressive cliffs of Yakwakang (6 482m/15 434ft). From the flag bedecked summit are snowy views to the east (behind). To the west (ahead) is impressive desolate brown scenery down into the rain-parched region of the Kali Gandaki/Mustang Valley far below. On the opposite side of the valley, the huge Dhaulagiri range and the mountains of Dolpo stretch to the horizon. This scene is an extension of the Tibetan highlands to the north.
From the hotel the path climbs steeply up the icy high-altitude route: but the promise of yet more tantalising views over every rise will spur you on. At one point it is necessary to climb the side of an ancient moraine, beyond which the path is rising more gently.
After a short rest and a surfeit of photos on the summit, the long drop to Muktinath must begin. At first, the path drops steeply over loose gravel, which needs care. Later it becomes rockier and easier to negotiate. This long descent is rewarded by the scenery and the chance to “sleep low” again.
The important Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage site of Muktinath will be reached in the late afternoon. Behind a very long surrounding wall and thousands of prayer flags is an oasis of springs, banyan and peepul trees with a Vishnu temple and a Buddhist shrine: a testament to the mutual religious harmony in Nepal. The Tibetan name for this place, Chu Mig
Gye, means ‘108 springs.’
A further 10-minute walk leads to the bustling village of Ranipauwa and our tea house for the night. The region is collectively known as Muktinath.
Overnight in Muktinath.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13: Muktinath to Tatopani (1 200m/3 937ft): 6-8 hrs drive
A road has been built from the lowlands as far as Muktinath, mostly along the old trekking trails. It is yet to be tarred and the daily winds that blow dust up the valley make hiking very unpleasant. So we will take a bus/jeep along the broad upper Kali Gandaki valley before dropping into the impressive gorge: the deepest in the world.
Cramped conditions are compensated for by the rugged scenery and the gradual return of vegetation. Marpha (off the road) is a beautiful stone village and important agricultural centre where large fruit orchards thrive on stock adapted to high altitude conditions. A change of vehicle is necessary for the lower section to Tatopani (hot springs) – where we leave the road and Buddhist culture, and trek again.
Overnight in Tatopani.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 14: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2 850m/9 350ft): 7-8 hrs
Our trail now climbs steeply up the Ghar Khola Valley which swingssouth east
to the front of the Annapurna Massif. Much of the route is through glorious bird filled protected forests of oak, rhododendron, birch and magnolia. Villages such as Ghara, Phalate and Chitre are perched on high ridges with great views back towards Dhaulagiri or north to the Annapurnas. Ghorepani is a large tourist village below Poon Hill.
Overnight in Ghorepani
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 15: Ghorepani to Poon hill (3 210m/10 528ft) to Tadapani (2 520m/8 268ft), 6-7 hrs
pre dawn 45 minute walk through rhododendron forest leads up to the grassy top of Poon hill
(3210m/10530ft). This brilliant viewpoint offers an unobstructed sunrise over the high Himalaya from the far western ranges of Dolpo and Dhaulagiri to the breadth of the Annapurnas in the north, dramatic Machhapuchhare (Fish Tail) and on to Manaslu in the east (with three of the world’s 14 8000m peaks). To the south, lowland forests of Sal trees stretch towards India.
After a photographic feast, return to Ghorepani for breakfast and then trek to Tadapani. The route meanders through forest and village farmland, from ridge tops to river crossings with many good viewpoints. The steep rivers carry melt water from the glaciers above.
Overnight in Tadapani. 
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 16: Tadapani to Ghandruk (1 950m/6 398ft), 3-4 hrs
Today, we have short pleasant, largely downhill walk through more forest and farmland with occasional views of the mountains to Ghandruk: a densely settled, clean and modern Gurung village. It is worth exploring the surrounding area and visiting the museum: when not simply relaxing at the hotel.
Overnight in Ghandruk.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17: Ghandruk to Pothana (1 910m/6 266ft), 5-6 hrs
The trail descends stone staircases to the Modi Khola. This is the river that flows from the Annapurna South Glacier in the magnificent Annapurna Sanctuary (a ring of massive ice peaks that surrounds the Annapurna Base Camp, built on its moraine).
Cross the river on a suspension bridge and climb steeply to Landruk: and good views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli and Machhapuchhare. The trail continues through scattered trees and bush to Tolka, after which it ascends steadily, for some two hours, to a ridge and Deorali. Excellent views of Pokhara and Lake Phewa are possible from here as well as the last spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South and the right flank of the range. The trail then descends along a red-earth path (that is treacherous when wet) to Pothana.
Overnight in Pothana.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 18: Pothana to Phedi and drive to Pokhara (910m/2 986ft), 3-4 hrs walk, 30 min drive.
The last day offers an easy walk down a ridge to the large agricultural village of Dhampus. It then descends through scattered villages and rice paddies to Phedi on the Pokhara – Baglung highway. A short, 22km drive will take you to Pokhara, your lakeside hotel and lunch. Afternoon free: to explore the waterfront.
Overnight in Pokhara at
beautiful hotel.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 19: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1 300m /4 264ft), 5-6 hrs drive
After an early breakfast, we take the 07:30 tourist bus back to Kathmandu. Arrival time: ~14:30. Transfer to your Hotel. Afternoon you are free.

Day 20: Final departure
Transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport for your onward flight to your next destination.


Cost Details

What is included?

  • Airport pick-up and drop servicse in international arrival/ departure and domestic arrival/departure.
  • Deluxe 3-star accommodation in Kathmandu including breakfast according to itinerary.
  • Deluxe 3-star accommodation in Pokhara including breakfast according to itinerary.
  • Transportation from Kathmandu to Besishahar by local bus
  • Transportation from Nayapul to Pokhara by private car
  • Transportation from Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus (optional flight, private car by extra cost)
  • Beautiful and clean accommodation at guest houses, lodges during the trek.
  • Full board meals during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner with a cup of hot drink)
  • One trekking guide (who is very experience, friendly, English speaking, government licensed and Ministry of Tourism trained) with his salary, meals, accommodation, transportation and insurance
  • One strong porter with his salary, meals, accommodation, transportation and insurance
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permits and Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) Permits
  • Down jacket, four-seasoned sleeping bags, duffel bag, and trekking map (down jacket, sleeping bag and duffel bag have to be returned after trip completion).
  • Complementary welcome or farewell dinner in typical Nepali restaurant with culture dance show
  • All necessary paper works government tax and office service charges.
  • First aid kit carried by your guide
  • Certificate of your trekking signed by the company manager and your trekking guide

What is not included?

  • Kathmandu and Pokhara city lunch and dinner (also not include in case of early returns, flight delays, or other cause than the schedule itinerary)
  • International airfare from and to Nepal
  • Travel and medical insurances and emergency evacuation.
  • Your personal nature expenses (hot shower, alcoholic beverages, telephone, laundry, personal snacks, internet, battery charging, hot water, mineral water, beer, coke)
  • Extra accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara other than the itinerary
  • Nepal visa fees (two passport photographs, US$ 25 for multiple entry 15 days, USD 40 multiple entry for 30 days, US$ 90 multiple entry for 90 days) can be issued upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
  • Gratitude, tips for your guide and porter.
  • Cost arising by mishaps, nature calamites.
  • Services that are not mentioned in service include section.
  • Sightseeing cost in Kathmandu and Pokhara city.

Useful info

Required experienced and physical condition

According to the categorized of trekking, Annapurna Circuit Trekking is considered one of moderate popular trekking in the world. Although this trek is moderate many of them succeed to complete whole trekking but few of them will suffer to complete by high altitude and pain. It is most popular trekking in the world because of these hundreds of trekkers trekking every day during the high season of trekking.

The trekkers who can afford 6-7 hours walk every day up and downhill they can complete this trek.  Mission Himalaya Treks suggest the trekkers exercise and jogging every day at least 30 days prior to start this trek. ABC trekking is easy for those trekkers who have experienced in trekking high altitude environment. Big technical issue no necessary for this trek. If you have blood disease, lung and heart problem please consult with your doctor and inform us before booking this trek. Mission Himalaya treks suggest you bring knee support. Training make ABC trek much easier than the people who come without training? Altitude is the focus reason for this trek is difficult because above 3000 m will make tourist hard to breathe as well.

Difficulty of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Trekking is an adventure sport. Based on the difficulty of the routes, it requires high motivation and previous experiences. Some of the treks in Nepal are suitable only for highly experienced trekkers where some routes are suitable for novice trekkers as well. An average fit person with regular training can do our most of the treks. Please consult with us if you are concerned about your fitness level. There may be some difficulties and required experience for any trek. You should be familiar with these terms and conditions.

Altitude Sickness: Most trekking routes in Nepal are in high altitude above 3500 meters which are part of the high altitude. Trekking is high altitude is a serious activity especially for those without having previous high altitude experiences. Drinking lots of water and ascending slowing by catching your breath regularly helps a lot to fight with altitude sickness, however, there is no bulletproof plan to prevent the altitude sickness at all.

Accommodation on the Trek:   You will be staying at 3-star category hotels in Kathmandu, Pokhara and teahouses during the trekking period. All accommodations are the twin sharing basis. However, the single supplement will be provided on your request and will be an additional cost. But the trekking period the single supplement will be given if there and availability in the lodges. Some lower elevation can be fine but the upper elevation might be difficult to give single room. The accommodation in the city might be two single beds or 1 king size big bed. If a guest has the special performance for the room selection please feel free to inform Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions PVT LTD. We will try to provide you with the special appropriate room during your stay in Nepal. Numerous lodges provided blankets in the rooms but we suggest you bring your own sleeping bag. In the whole trekking, you will be accommodating in lodges no need camping and tent. Please do not expect high standard rooms during your trekking period. If you are a single traveller in the higher elevation you need to share the room with another single trekker like you (same sex). In case we are not able to provide you single supplement we will refund your single supplement charge. We hope you understand the situation of trekking places. Please do not expect high standard luxury lodges, you are in a remote place. They offer basic rooms for accommodation.

Meals on the Trek: During your trekking period, we will provide all the meals but only breakfast will be given in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Depends your international flight time we will provide you a farewell or welcome dinner in a typical Nepali local restaurant with the cultural dance show. During your trek breakfast and dinner will be taken in the lodges where you sleep overnight but lunch takes in the middle of the trekking period. Indian, Italian, Nepalese and continental food are the choices in the trekking from the menu provided by the tea houses. Like noodles, soups, handmade bread, rice items, curries, spaghetti, pizza, egg items, potatoes are available in the mountains. These meals are prepared after your order. Most of the places meats also available but we recommend you not to take as they are not fresh. Sometimes unhealthy food affects your body and trekking. Do not expect western meals like you take in the city and in your home. Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions PVT LTD gives you full freedom to select your preferred meals from the menu provided by the lodges. The food and raw materials are locally prepared and taste different than the city.

Our trek includes meals on the trek prepared by the lodges means we do not need to carry foods for all the major trekking routes of Nepal.  Most lodge based treks offer foods prepared in the lodges locally however it's recommended to carry some energy bars and other quick bites as some camps might be longer than the usual waking hours.

You can find difficulties of Annapurna Circuit Trek here.

Recommended Gears and things needed for Annapurna Circuit Camp Trek

Based on the experiences and fitness, you may need more or fewer gears than mentioned in our gear list. Please find the list of recommended gears below.

Boots and spare laces, Light shoes/trainers, down jacket, Fleece or sweater, Shirts*3, Socks*3, trekking trousers (or a long skirt for a woman), waterproof jacket /poncho/ umbrella, over trousers, underwear (including thermals), Gloves, woollen Hat/ balaclava, sunhat etc.

Other Essential items:

First Aid Kitbag, trekking poles, sleeping bag(4 season +), sleeping bag liner, water bottle (min 1 liter capacity) thermal better choice, head torch, batteries for camera and torch, Sunglasses, Sun cream (SPF 50) and lip salve, Towel and washing kit, Money belt, Map, Whistle, Toilet paper and lighter, Passport, Small padlock (to secure kitbag and lodge bedroom)

Optional things:

Notebook and pens, Altimeter, Binoculars, Gaiters, Plastic bags, Insulation Mat, Camera and plenty of drives, Personal snacks and other games equipment

Note: do not bring too many things because porter can carry maximum 25 kilos and airlines not allow bringing more than 20 kilos in Pokhara, Kathmandu domestic flight.



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