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Why Annapurna Circuit Trekking?

  • Many Beautiful Waterfalls,
  • Farming, Yaks, Musk deer, white Langoor Monkies,
  • One of the best and popular stunning Thorangla pass(5416 mtr), Muktinath holy Temple and stupa,
  • Natural lovely Hot spring at Tatopani after many days walk you feel just perfect relief.
  • Really high Rupche-Chhahara(Waterfall), one of the highest waterfall of Nepal and the Dippest Gorge(Dana) in the World.

Annapurna Circuit Trek Overview:

The Annapurna Circuit trekking covers a distance of 160-230 km and takes around 14-21 days to complete. The average walking time is 5-7 hours per day, with a maximum altitude of 5,416 meters at Thorong La Pass. The trek begins with a drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar, followed by an acclimation day in Manang. It includes a visit to Muktinath Temple and monastery, offers spectacular mountain views, and passes through beautiful villages like Marpha and Jomsom. The trek also includes crossing the Kali Gandaki River gorge and a visit to the natural hot springs at Tatopani before ending with a drive to Pokhara.

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Introduction:

The Annapurna Circuit trekking is one of the most popular treks in Nepal, it is also known as a Annapurna round, Round Annapurna and Thorogla pass trek, which attracts thousands of trekkers each year. Nepal Everest Guide (Independent Government Authorized guide and trek operator) is a well-known local trekking Agent based in Kathmandu, nepal, that offers a safe and enjoyable trekking experience for those who want to explore the beauty of the Annapurna region.

The trek starts with a drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar, which takes around 6-7 hours. From Besisahar, you will continue the journey to further up settlements by jeep. The trek duration is around 11-18 days, depending on the itinerary and pace of the trekker.

During the trek, you will pass through many settlements, including Bahundanda, Chamje, Dharapani, Chame, Pisang, Manang, Thorong Phedi, and Muktinath. You will also have the opportunity to acclimatize in Manang to prevent altitude sickness before crossing the challenging Thorong La Pass at 5,416m.

Along the way, you will visit many Hindu and Buddhist cultural temples and monasteries, including the famous Muktinath Temple. You will also pass through picturesque landscapes, including waterfalls, suspension bridges, and the Kali Gandaki River gorge.

The trek also includes passing through settlements such as Eklebhatti, Jomsom, Marpha, Thakali traditional villages, Tukuche, Kalopani, Ghasa, and Tatopani. You will have the chance to witness the stunning views of the Annapurna Himalaya, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, and other peaks.

This Annapurna circuit trekking can also be extended to include other popular trekking routes, such as the Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, Annapurna Base Camp trek, Upper Mustang, and Tilicho Lake trek.

Nepal Everest Guide (Independent Government Authorized guide and trek operator) provides experienced and knowledgeable guides who can help you explore the natural and cultural wonders of the Annapurna region. With their help, you can have a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

In conclusion, the 13 days Annapurna Circuit trekking with Nepal Everest Guide is an excellent opportunity to explore the stunning landscapes, diverse cultures, and natural beauty of the Annapurna region. The trek offers a challenging yet rewarding experience for anyone who loves adventure and wants to explore the Himalayas.

Annapurna Circuit trek Preparation

Preparing for the Annapurna Circuit trek requires physical fitness, appropriate gear, and a proper understanding of the route. Start by building endurance through regular exercise and hiking. Invest in good quality hiking boots, warm clothing, and a waterproof jacket. Other essential items include a sleeping bag, trekking poles, and a backpack. Bring a water purification system and snacks to sustain you during long days of hiking. Acclimatization is important, so plan rest days and avoid ascending too quickly. It's also advisable to hire a guide and porter for the trek. Ensure you have the necessary permits and insurance before starting your journey.

Available Accommodation and Food in Annapurna circuit trek:

Accommodation and food options during the Annapurna Circuit trek can vary depending on the location and elevation.

Teahouses or lodges are the most common form of accommodation available along the trail. They offer basic amenities such as a bed, blankets, and shared bathroom facilities. Some teahouses may also have hot showers available for an additional fee. The higher you go, the more basic the facilities become. In some remote areas, you may need to bring your own sleeping bag and tent.

As for food, most teahouses offer a variety of Nepali and international dishes such as dal bhat (rice, lentil soup, and vegetables), pasta, noodles, and soups. It is recommended to stick to vegetarian dishes as the meat may not be fresh due to the lack of refrigeration facilities along the trail.

You can also find snacks and drinks such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate, soda, and beer at most teahouses. As you go higher in altitude, the cost of food and accommodations may increase due to the difficulty of transport and supply.

Annapurna Circuit trek/Round Annapurna trek difficulty

The Annapurna Circuit Trek, also known as the Round Annapurna Trek, is a demanding 16-21 day journey spanning 160-230 km through diverse landscapes, from subtropical forests to high-altitude deserts. Notable for crossing the challenging Thorong La Pass at 5,416 meters, it demands good fitness, acclimatization, and tackles steep terrains, rocky trails, and unpredictable weather. Deemed moderate to difficult, it is ideal for experienced trekkers with high-altitude familiarity, yet with proper training, even novices can embark on this challenging adventure, making it a memorable and rewarding experience.

Annapurna Circuit trek best time:

The best time to hike the Annapurna Circuit is during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. Here are the specific months:

Autumn (September to November): This is generally considered the best time for trekking the Annapurna Circuit. The weather is stable, and the skies are clear, providing excellent visibility of the stunning landscapes. The temperatures are moderate, making it comfortable for trekking during the day, and the nights are not too cold.

Spring (March to May): Another favorable time to trek the Annapurna Circuit is during spring. The weather is also stable during this period, and the temperatures start to rise. The rhododendron flowers bloom, adding vibrant colors to the scenery.

During these seasons, you are more likely to experience good weather conditions, minimal rainfall, and pleasant temperatures, creating optimal trekking conditions. Keep in mind that weather conditions can vary, and it's essential to check current forecasts and trail conditions before embarking on the Annapurna Circuit trek.

Major Attractions you shouldn't miss during Annapurna Circuit trekking⇓

⇒ Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Beshisahar along Trisuli and Marsyangdi River

The drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar along the Trisuli and Marsyangdi River takes around 6-7 hours, covering a distance of approximately 185 km.

On the way, you'll pass through picturesque towns and villages like Malekhu, Mugling, and Dumre, which are famous for their scenic views and local markets. The journey also takes you through the Trishuli and Marsyangdi river valleys, offering stunning views of the rivers, waterfalls, and gorges.

As you near Besisahar, you'll also pass through the bustling town of Baireni and the ancient city of Gorkha, famous for its historical palaces and temples. The drive culminates in Besisahar, which is the gateway to the popular Annapurna Circuit trek.

⇒ Unforgettable walking experience through tropical lowlands to the alpine zone

The Annapurna Circuit Trek takes you on a trip from the tropical lowlands to the alpine zone, offering an unforgettable walking experience. As you ascend to higher elevations, you'll witness a dramatic change in the landscape, vegetation, and climate.

The lower sections of the trek pass through lush subtropical forests, dotted with terraced fields, waterfalls, and traditional villages. As you climb higher, you'll enter the temperate zone, where the forests give way to coniferous trees and rhododendron bushes.

Finally, you'll reach the alpine zone, where the landscape is dominated by rocky mountains, glaciers, and high-altitude lakes. The views from this region are simply breathtaking, offering panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks, including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. The trek is challenging but rewarding, offering a once-in-a-lifetime experience of walking through the diverse landscapes of the Annapurna region.

⇒ Crossing Thorong-La and explore Religious sites Muktinath

Crossing Thorong-La Pass is one of the most challenging but rewarding experiences of the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The pass is located at an altitude of 5,416 meters, and crossing it requires careful acclimatization and preparation.

Once you've successfully crossed the pass, you can explore the religious sites of Muktinath, which is a sacred pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. The temple complex is located at an altitude of 3,710 meters, and it's known for its natural gas flame that burns continuously in a holy water pond.

The temple complex also includes a series of water spouts that are believed to have healing properties, making it a popular destination for religious and spiritual seekers.

⇒ Passes ancient Gompa/Monastery and Stupas

The Annapurna Circuit Trek takes you through a variety of landscapes, including ancient monasteries, stupas, and traditional villages that offer a glimpse into the region's rich cultural heritage. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Braga Monastery: Located near the town of Manang, this ancient monastery is believed to be over 500 years old. The monastery is home to several impressive Buddhist murals, statues, and prayer wheels, and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Kagbeni Village: This ancient village is located in the Mustang region and is home to several centuries-old monasteries, stupas, and traditional mud-brick houses. The village is believed to be an important trading post on the ancient Salt Route between Tibet and India.
  • Jharkot Village: This traditional Tibetan-style village is home to a 15th-century monastery and several ancient stupas. The village is located near the town of Muktinath and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Witness the stunning Mountain visits along the route

The Annapurna Circuit trek is considered one of the most scenic treks in the world, offering breathtaking views of some of the highest peaks in the Himalayas. Along the trekking route, trekkers can witness stunning mountain vistas of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.

The Annapurna I, standing tall at 8,091 meters (26,545 feet), is the 10th highest peak in the world and the main attraction of the Annapurna region. Dhaulagiri, with a height of 8,167 meters (26,795 feet), is the 7th highest mountain in the world and can be seen on the western side of the trekking trail. Manaslu, at a height of 8,156 meters (26,759 feet), is also visible during the trek and is the 8th highest peak in the world.

Other prominent peaks visible during the trek include Annapurna II (7,937 meters or 26,040 feet), Annapurna III (7,555 meters or 24,787 feet), Annapurna IV (7,525 meters or 24,688 feet), and Gangapurna (7,455 meters or 24,457 feet).

As trekkers move along the circuit, they are surrounded by stunning views of these majestic mountains, as well as other smaller peaks, glaciers, and valleys. The beauty and diversity of the mountain scenery is truly awe-inspiring and make the Annapurna Circuit trek a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

⇒ Apple orchards and Terraced Farms

Tukuche, and Largung are three picturesque villages on the Annapurna Circuit trek. Visitors can explore apple orchards, distilleries, and terraced farms, and taste the delicious locally grown apples and brandy. The famous Marpha brandy is distilled from the locally grown apples. The terraced farms showcase traditional farming practices of the region and grow crops such as wheat, maize, and vegetables. These villages offer a unique opportunity to learn about the local culture, taste delicious food and drink, and enjoy the stunning natural beauty of the region.

Recommended trips after Annapurna circuit trekking for you:

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Outline

DAY 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan international Airport Kathmandu (1,350 m).

DAY02: Drive to Chamje (1410m)

DAY 03: Trek to Dharapani (1,960 m)

DAY 04: Trek to Chame (2675m)

DAY 05: Trek to Pisang (3100m)

DAY 06: Trek to Manang (3440m)

DAY 07: Rest day at Manang for Acclimatization

DAY 08: Trek to Yak Kharka (4350m)

DAY 09: Trek to Thorong Phedi (4420m)

DAY 10: Trek to Muktinath (3,850 m

DAY 11: Trek to Jomsom (2895 m)

DAY 12: Drive to Tatopani (1190m)

DAY 13: Trek to Ghorepani (2,820 m)

DAY 14: Trek to Poonhill than Trek to Hille(1460m) and Drive to Pokhara

What's included?

  • Enjoy a comfortable stay at a charming Bed and Breakfast during your trekking adventure.
  • One night's accommodation at a hotel in Pokhara, including a delicious breakfast.
  • Entry permit for the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) and a Trekker's Information Management System (TIMS) card.
  • Convenient bus transportation from Bhulbule to Pokhara, as well as from Pokhara to Kathmandu.
  • Shared Jeep transportation from Muktinath to Tatopani.
  • An experienced English-speaking guide who will accompany you throughout the trek, with all necessary expenses covered.
  • A well-equipped first-aid kit for any unforeseen circumstances.
  • Emergency helicopter service, should the need arise, covered by your travel insurance.
  • Government taxes included in the package.
  • A memorable farewell dinner in Kathmandu to conclude your trekking experience.

What's not included?

  • Lunch and dinner,
  • Additional Night in Pokhara
  • Your travel insurance,
  • Hotel in Kathmandu,
  • International flight and departure tax,
  • Any expense of personal nature,
  • Nepal entry visa fee,
  • Any kinds of Bar bills,
  • All the Alcoholic and non- Alcoholic Drinks,
  • Rescue operation.
  • Tip for Guides and porters.


  1. If your group consists of 5 or more people, you will receive a discount.
  2. If you have 10 or more people in your group and you convinced them to join, you will receive a 50% discount.
  3. For groups of 15 or more people, the entire trekking experience is free of charge.

Day by Day Itinerary

Upon your arrival at the airport, I will be there to personally greet you with a sign bearing your name. I will then provide you with private transportation to your hotel in Kathmandu. You will be transported in a comfortable car or jeep van, ensuring a smooth and convenient transfer. After reaching your hotel, you will have an overnight stay in the heart of Kathmandu.

In the morning, after a filling breakfast, we will board a bus from Kathmandu's new bus station, located just a short 15-minute drive from the bustling tourist hub of Thamel. The bus ride to Bhulbhule, the gateway to the Annapurna Circuit Trek, will take approximately 7 to 8 hours, but every minute will be filled with breathtaking scenic views. Upon arrival in Bhulbhule, we will continue our journey by car to Chamje, where we will spend the night in a cozy lodge.

Today, we will embark on another exciting adventure after a nourishing breakfast. Our journey will take us through picturesque valleys and fields, with a challenging ascent up to the green mountain ridge. Along the way, we will cross bridges, traverse through forests, and experience a combination of steep ascents and descents. The highlight of the day will be a walk through the dense Tamang residential area. After approximately 6 hours of walking, we will arrive in Dharapani, where we will spend the night in a cozy tea house.

In the morning, after we have all gathered at the lodge, we will start our trek. Our route will take us along a small trail as we ascend to the ridge and pass through the charming Tamang village. On this journey, we will be treated to stunning mountain views. Continuing on, we will walk towards a traditional Tibetan village before reaching the flat path. Our journey will eventually lead us to Thanchok, Kolo, and finally Chame, a picturesque settlement that offers comfortable accommodations and breathtaking views for trekkers.

Today, our trekking route will take us through the historic part of Chame and up to the village of Brathang. As we round the bend, we will head towards the banks of the Marsyangdi River and into the valley. Along the way, we will cross a suspension bridge before ascending to the ridge of a pine forest. The trail will then become easier as we make our way to Pisang, where we will be greeted with breathtaking mountain views and lush green surroundings. We will spend the night in Pisang, taking in all that this magnificent place has to offer.

Manang is a picturesque destination located in the Upper Mustang region, perched at an altitude of 3440 meters. The trail to Manang will take us steeply upward to Braga, a Tibetan residency area rich in culture and tradition. This is a great opportunity to stop for a cup of tea or lunch while exploring the fascinating traditions of the inhabitants. Braga is also home to the largest monastery in the district, making it a popular tourist destination. After spending some time in Braga, we will continue our journey on a gradual and flat path, eventually reaching Manang for an overnight stay.

A rest day in Manang is crucial for acclimatization. Spending time in this high-altitude environment allows your body to adjust to the thin air and reduces the risk of altitude sickness. During this day, you can explore the surrounding area, visit local villages, or simply take it easy and rest at the lodge. Taking this time to acclimate is essential for a successful and enjoyable continuation of your trek.

After enjoying two nights in Manang, we will have an early breakfast at the lodge before setting off on our journey. This day's trek promises to be a stunning walk through pine and juniper forests, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. Despite the limited altitude, the walking will be relatively easy and the trek will be a short one, as we will spend the night at Yak Kharka.

Today's trek is a short one within the western Himalaya range, and the highlight of the day will be the breathtaking views of the wide and lush green valleys. Thorang Phedi, the base of Thorong Pass, is where we will spend the night. It is crucial to be mindful of our food, water, and health, as tomorrow will be an important day as we attempt to cross the pass. We will stay overnight at a local lodge.

This day is the highlight of the Annapurna Circuit Trek as we reach the summit of Thorong La Pass, standing at an impressive altitude of 5416 meters. To take advantage of the stunning panoramic views of the snow-capped mountains and lush green valleys, it is advisable to start our hike early in the morning before 10-11 am. The trek takes about 8 hours and can be challenging, but the breathtaking scenery will make it all worth it. After reaching the top, the trail descends through a sandy path to the holy town of Muktinath, a place of great spiritual significance for both Buddhists and Hindus. Here, we can witness ancient temples, Stupas, and visit sacred shrines. We will spend the night at Muktinath, soaking in the tranquility of this mystical land.

This morning, we will wake up a bit later around 8 am after a challenging hike. We'll enjoy a filling breakfast at the lodge, and then continue our journey towards Jharkot, a culturally rich and historically important area that is renowned for its art and architecture. On the way, we will pass through scenic open spaces and stop at small tea houses and lodges, including Eklebhatti, where we can take a break for lunch. We'll continue our descent along the Kali Gandaki Valley for another 2 hours before arriving at Jomsom for the night, where we will be staying in a comfortable lodge.

After a leisurely start to the day, we will board a public bus that will take us to Tatopani in just 2 to 3 hours. Our destination for the night is a hotel near a natural hot spring located on the bank of a river. The road from Jomsom to Tatopani is newly constructed and there is no other option for a walking path, making this bus ride a convenient way to get to Tatopani.

Rewrite: Today we will take a scenic drive from Tatopani to Pokhara, which will take around 6-7 hours. We will enjoy the beautiful views of the mountains, rivers, and landscapes as we make our way to Pokhara. This drive will be a relaxing end to our trek, allowing us to reflect on all the amazing experiences we have had so far. Overnight stay in Pokhara.

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Essential Information

Weather, Difficulty, Food, Accommodation, Wi-Fi & How shower:

Weather during Annapurna Circuit Trek: The weather during Annapurna Circuit Trek varies depending on the time of year. During the peak trekking season, which is from September to November, the weather is usually clear and warm during the day and cold at night. However, during the monsoon season from June to August, the trek can be wet and rainy, making it more challenging.

Difficulty of Annapurna Circuit Trek: Annapurna Circuit Trek is considered a moderate to challenging trek due to the high altitude and long distance covered. It requires a good level of physical fitness and prior hiking experience is recommended. Trekkers will also need to acclimatize properly to avoid altitude sickness.

Food during Annapurna Circuit Trek: During the trek, food is readily available at the numerous tea houses along the way. The menu typically consists of local Nepalese dishes such as dal bhat, momos, and various soups, as well as some Western options. The quality and availability of food can vary depending on the location, but generally, the food is simple and nourishing.

Accommodation during Annapurna Circuit Trek: Accommodation during the trek is provided by the tea houses, which offer basic but comfortable rooms. The rooms typically have twin beds with a blanket and a pillow. Some tea houses also have more comfortable options such as private rooms with en-suite bathrooms.

Wi-Fi during Annapurna Circuit Trek: Wi-Fi is widely available along the Annapurna Circuit Trek, with many tea houses offering Wi-Fi services to trekkers. However, the quality and availability of Wi-Fi can vary, and it may not always be reliable, especially in remote areas.

Shower during Annapurna Circuit Trek: Shower facilities are available at some of the tea houses along the Annapurna Circuit Trek, although the availability and quality can vary. In some tea houses, hot showers are available for a small fee, while in others, trekkers may need to rely on bucket showers. It is recommended to bring a quick-drying towel and toiletries for personal hygiene during the trek.

About Annapurna Circuit Trek:

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a popular trekking route in Nepal that takes you around the Annapurna massif. The trek takes you through beautiful landscapes of rolling hills, terraced fields, dense forests, and high-altitude deserts. Along the way, you'll also have the opportunity to experience the unique culture and traditions of the local people, including the famous Gurung community. The trek typically takes 12-21 days to complete, depending on your pace and itinerary, and offers some of the best views of the Annapurna peaks, including the 8,091-meter-high Annapurna I. The Annapurna Circuit Trek is considered one of the best trekking routes in the world, attracting thousands of trekkers every year.

Annapurna circuit Trek duration:

The Annapurna Circuit Trek usually takes 12 to 21 days to complete, depending on your pace and itinerary. The length of the trek can vary depending on factors such as the speed at which you trek, your acclimatization schedule, and any side trips you choose to take along the way.

Most trekkers take 12 to 15 days to complete the trek, including acclimatization days. Some trekkers who want to take their time and fully immerse themselves in the local culture may choose to take up to 21 days to complete the trek.

It's important to remember that trekking at high altitude can be physically demanding, so it's essential to pace yourself and allow for adequate rest and acclimatization.

Best time to go on Annapurna circuit Trek:

The best time to go on the Annapurna Circuit Trek is during the autumn months of September, October, and November. During this time, the monsoon season is ending and the air is clear, providing stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The temperatures are also more comfortable, making it easier to complete the trek. Additionally, during this time, the number of fellow trekkers is at its peak, allowing for a more social and enjoyable experience.

Difficulty level of the trek:

The difficulty level of the Annapurna Circuit Trek varies depending on the route taken, but it is generally considered to be a moderate to difficult trek. The trail is steep in sections, and the altitude can pose a challenge for those who are not used to it. The highest point of the trek is the Thorong La Pass , which is located at an altitude of 5,416 m (17,769 ft). Additionally, the trail can be slippery and muddy during the rainy season. It is important to be prepared for any challenges you may face and to be aware of your limits.

Hiring guide

While it is possible to do the Annapurna Circuit Trek independently, it is highly recommended to hire a guide. Having a guide can enhance your trekking experience by providing local knowledge, ensuring a safe and efficient journey, and offering insight into the culture and history of the region.

A guide can also be useful in navigating the sometimes-challenging trail, as well as providing support in case of emergencies. In addition, having a guide can help you avoid any cultural faux pas, as well as provide you with a deeper understanding of the local customs and traditions.

Overall, while it is possible to do the Annapurna Circuit Trek without a guide, it is highly recommended to hire a guide to ensure a safe, enjoyable, and culturally rich experience.

Required Trekking Gears:

The Annapurna Circuit trek is a challenging trek in the Himalayas, and having the right equipment is essential for a safe and comfortable journey. Here are some of the equipment you will need for the trek:

Trekking boots: Sturdy and comfortable trekking boots with good ankle support are essential for the trek.

  • Backpack: A durable and waterproof backpack with a capacity of at least 50 liters is necessary to carry all your gear and supplies.
  • Clothing: Lightweight and breathable clothes that are suitable for cold and warm weather conditions. Layers of clothing are recommended, including a warm jacket, waterproof pants, and a hat and gloves for the cold.
  • Sleeping bag: A warm and comfortable sleeping bag is essential for a good night's sleep during the trek.
  • Trekking poles: Trekking poles provide stability and support while walking on the rough and steep terrain.
  • Headlamp or flashlight: A reliable headlamp or flashlight is necessary for navigating through the trails at night.
  • First aid kit: A basic first aid kit with bandages, pain relievers, antiseptic cream, and altitude sickness medication.
  • Water purification system: Water purification tablets or a water filter bottle to ensure clean drinking water.
  • Sun protection: Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect against the strong UV rays at higher altitudes.

It is essential to pack light and only carry what is necessary for the trek. You can also rent or purchase some of the equipment in Kathmandu or Pokhara before starting the trek. It is recommended to check with your trekking agency for a comprehensive list of required equipment.

Highest altitude during the trek:

The highest altitude you will reach on the Annapurna Circuit Trek is the Thorong La Pass, which is located at an altitude of 5,416 m (17,769 ft). This is the highest point of the trek and will require a full day of hiking to reach it. It is important to be aware of the effects of altitude and to take care to not overexert yourself. Be sure to give yourself enough time to acclimatize to the high altitude before attempting to reach the pass.

Vost of Annapurna Circuit Trek:

The cost of the Annapurna Circuit Trek depends on the route taken, length of the trek, and the services used. Generally, the cost of the trek ranges from $800 to $1500 per person. This cost covers the cost of permits, guide fees, accommodation, and food. You may also need to budget for travel to and from the start and end points of the trek, as well as any equipment needed for the trek.

Average daily distance to walk:

The average daily distance covered on the Annapurna Circuit Trek is between 8 and 10 kilometers. Generally, the trail is well-marked and easy to follow, although it can become more challenging as you ascend in altitude. It is important to take your time and rest when needed, making sure to drink plenty of water and listen to your body to ensure that you don't overdo it. It is also important to note that the trek can be completed at different paces, so it is possible to adjust the daily distances to fit your needs.

Accommodation Availability:

During the Annapurna Circuit trek , accommodation can vary depending on the route taken and the services used. Generally, accommodation is provided in teahouses or guesthouses. Most of these accommodations provide basic facilities such as beds and bathrooms, although they may be basic and a bit rustic. Some of the guesthouses may also provide amenities such as hot showers and meals. If you are looking for something more luxurious, you may be able to find luxury lodges in some of the more popular towns along the trail.

Kathmandu to Beshisahar Drive:

The Annapurna Circuit Trek typically begins in the town of Besisahar , located in the Lamjung District of Nepal. From Besisahar, the trail winds its way up the Marsyangdi River Valley and follows the circuit until you reach the end point in Jomsom. To get to Besisahar, you can either take a bus or a private vehicle from Kathmandu. The journey takes around 8 hours and costs around $30. Alternatively, you can take a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara and then take a bus or private vehicle from Pokhara to Besisahar, which takes around 5 hours and costs around $20.

Acclimatization technic:

Acclimatizing to high altitude is an important part of any trekking experience. The most important thing is to ascend slowly, allowing your body time to adjust to the lower oxygen levels. It is also important to drink plenty of fluids and get plenty of rest. Avoid strenuous activities, such as running or hiking up steep hills. Additionally, it can be helpful to take a rest day for every 1000 m (3000 ft) of altitude gain, allowing your body time to adjust before continuing on your journey. Taking medication, such as Diamox, can also be helpful in helping your body acclimatize more quickly.

Food like during the trek:

The Annapurna Circuit trek offers a variety of food options for trekkers to choose from. Here are some of the popular food items you will find along the trek:

  • Dal Bhat: A traditional Nepali meal consisting of lentil soup (dal), rice (bhat), and curried vegetables or meat. It is a staple food in Nepal and is highly recommended for trekkers.
  • Momos: Steamed dumplings filled with meat or vegetables, served with a spicy dipping sauce. They are a popular snack food in Nepal.
  • Thukpa: A hearty soup made with noodles, vegetables, and meat or egg. It is a filling and warming meal, perfect for the colder days of the trek.
  • Chapati: A type of flatbread made with wheat flour, it is served with curry or vegetables.
  • Fried Rice: A dish made with rice, vegetables, and meat or egg, stir-fried in oil.
  • Yak Cheese: A locally made cheese, often used as a topping for dishes or eaten as a snack.
  • Apple Pie: Made with locally grown apples, it is a popular dessert in the region.
  • Chai: A sweet and spiced tea, often served with milk.
  • Energy Bars: A convenient snack for trekkers, often made with nuts, dried fruit, and grains.
  • Snickers Bars: A popular candy bar that is widely available along the trek, it is a great snack for a quick energy boost.

It is important to choose food options that are hygienic and prepared with clean water. Trekkers should also stay hydrated and carry enough snacks and water for the trekking days.

Availability medical facilities during the trek:

During the Annapurna Circuit Trek, medical facilities are limited and are mostly in the larger towns. In remote locations, the nearest medical facility may be a day or two away. It is important to bring a first aid kit and know how to use it. Additionally, it is important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches, fatigue, and dizziness, and seek medical attention immediately if you suspect you may be suffering from it.

Annapurna Circuit trek/Annapurna Round Trek FAQS:

What is the Annapurna Circuit trek?

The Annapurna Circuit trek is a popular trekking route in Nepal that takes trekkers around the Annapurna mountain range.

How long does the Annapurna Circuit trek take?

The trek can take between 14 to 21 days, depending on the route and the pace of the trekker.

Is the Annapurna Circuit trek difficult?

The trek can be challenging due to its high altitude, steep ascents and descents, and unpredictable weather conditions.

What is the best time to do the Annapurna Circuit trek?

The best time to do the trek is from September to November and March to May, when the weather is clear and dry.

Do I need a permit for the Annapurna Circuit trek?

Yes, trekkers need to obtain a permit to enter the Annapurna Conservation Area, which can be obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board or through a trekking agency.

How high is the highest point of the trek?

The highest point of the trek is Thorong La Pass, which is 5,416 meters (17,769 feet) above sea level.

Is it possible to trek the Annapurna Circuit independently?

Yes, it is possible to trek independently, but it is recommended to hire a guide or porter for safety and support.

Do I need to have previous trekking experience to do the Annapurna Circuit trek?

Some prior trekking experience and good physical fitness are recommended for the trek.

What is the accommodation like along the trek?

Accommodation options include guesthouses, lodges, and teahouses, offering basic facilities such as a bed and shared bathroom.

What food options are available along the trek?

Food options include traditional Nepali dishes such as dal bhat, as well as western options like pasta and pizza.

What is the average cost of the Annapurna Circuit trek?

The cost varies depending on the trekking agency and the duration of the trek, but it can range from $1000 to $2000 USD.

What equipment do I need for the trek?

Equipment such as trekking boots, backpack, sleeping bag, and warm clothing are essential for the trek.

Is altitude sickness a concern on the trek?

Yes, altitude sickness is a concern due to the high altitude of the trek. Trekkers should acclimatize properly and follow recommended precautions.

Are there any health risks on the trek?

There are some health risks such as altitude sickness, dehydration, and gastrointestinal illness. Trekkers should take proper precautions and consult a doctor before the trek.

What is the level of mobile network coverage along the trek?

Mobile network coverage is available in some parts of the trek, but it is not reliable and may not work at higher elevations.