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Annapurna Base Camp Trekking - 7 Days

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 days is an ideal package for those who has short holidays but wants to explore the Himalayas and observe the immense beauty of nature with trekking experience. 7 days Annapurna Base Camp Trek starts from Nayapul, which is the starting point of all the treks in Annapurna Region. This is a short ABC trek especially designed for the peoples with short holidays. If you want to go on a luxurious trekking than this package is just for you.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 days is an amazing trek that passes through the Gurung villages so that you will get chance to explore the rural villages of brave Gurung peoples. Walking in the lush forests of Rhododendrons and Pines listening to chirping sounds of birds makes the trip more exciting. The suspension bridges and steep ascends and descends the adventure to the trip.

Annapurna 7 Days Trek can be easily completed by the persons of any age groups as this is a moderate trek. However, a trekker should have stable health and capacity of walking almost 6-7 hours a day. As the altitude increases, the trek becomes more tough but walking slowly and resting at higher altitude can help to reduce sickness risk and help to acclimatize your body to higher altitude.

The Annapurna Short Trek can be done in all the months of the year, however spring and autumn season are considered as the best. In these seasons, sky is clear and offers astounding views of surrounding. The temperature is also favorable. While in monsoon and winter sky are not clear enough and climate is unpleasant. But if you want to trek alone the months of December and January is best. But you must be prepared for cold days and more cold nights in these months.

Day 1
Pokhara to Jhinu Danda via Nayapul

(Trekking: approximately 4 hours) After breakfast take a Car to Nayapul(trek starting point). Birethanti will takes 30minate where trekking permit and ACAP permit will be checked. The trail continues along the Modi Khola passing through small villages and water fall and river crossed then up to a small village on a sharp of hill which called Jhinu Danda. Where you will spend a nights.

Day 2
Jhinu Danda to Bamboo,

(Trekking: approximately 6 hours) The first part is steeply up till chhomrong. Chhomrong is a very big village along this route. It has nice shop, farm and local style of living. Steeply down to the Chhomrong Khola then up for Sinuwa is a nice adventurous. Can have lunch break at this spot with nice view of Annapurna’s and Fishtail. After the lunch we could continue to the Bamboo. The trail will be forestry which is very nice to walk. some time we could see wild animals as well.

Day 3
Bamboo to Deurali

(Trekking: approximately 5 hours) The Name is enough to know what is in surrounded. Have breakfast then continue to the trail. We just follow the Modi khola Valley through the jungle. The Great sounds of birds is amazing of this trekking. The view of mountains is playing like a hide and show Game. On this area can see a many avalanche on a previous time. Some where in Himalayas we could have a lunch and walk slowly to Deurali. Better to walk slowly by careful to get altitude sickness so drink enough water will be fine.

Day 4
Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4130m)

(Trekking: approximately 5 hours) There is many sign of avalanche area. After Deurali the trail crosses several streams towards to Machhapuchhare base camp then follow to the ablation valley, which is a corridor- like hollow developed between the glacier and the mountain flank. Crossing over the low hills and uphill you will be in Annapurna base camp. It boasts of a dynamic view of mountain.

Day 5
Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo

(Trekking: approximately 6 hours) Retracing our steps, we return along the only route to Bamboo. There is only one route in and out of the Sanctuary treks. Bamboo is 1,600m lower than ABC, so you should be prepared for a hard day on your knees. The views are beautiful and you see the valley unfold in a new direction. It is also interesting to see the change in scenery from the snowy rocks of the base camps then later on into rhododendron, bamboo forest, lush with foliage and rivers.

Day 6
Bamboo to ZhinuDanda(1610m) Natural Hot Spring,

(Trekking: approximately 4:30 hours) We continue back down the valley on a gently undulating path with lovely views before descending steeply to the Chomrong Khola. From here the path ascends steeply to Chomrong before descending again to Jhinu. Jhinu has hot spring where you can enjoy a hot spring bath. About 20 minutes’ walk downhill from Jhinu lodges are some hot springs (about 105°F) where you can relax and soothe your muscles. Better respect to wear a swimming costume in the hot springs.

Day 7
Jhinu to Pokhara via Nayapul

(Trekking: approximately 4 hours) A short morning descending trek to pick up our vehicle for the journey to Pokhara. A beautiful final day of walking as we descend gently along a wooded ridge before emerging into farmland around river sides. The path continues to gentle descend until we reach Nayapul. Rest of the day at leisure in this beautiful lakeside city.

Cost Include

  • All government taxes, Annapurna National Park entry fees TIMS (Please bring 2 passport size photos for permit)
  • Experience English speaking guide and support staff to carry your luggage (two guest = one porter (including their daily wages, life insurances, trekking equipment, food and accommodation),
  • Pokhara-nayapul-Pokhara by Public Bus,
  • Accommodation & Meals (Breakfast, lunch & dinner) during the treks.
  • Medical support:emergency first aid kit carried.

Cost Exclude

  • Water & any kind of Drinks.
  • Tips for guide and porters
  • Additional costs in case of emergency (You must have adequate travel insurance to cover any kind of emergencies),
  • Personal expenses, any other unforeseen expenses and Personal trekking equipment.
  • Services not mentioned herein
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1. How difficult are the treks?

It depends on the individuals’ adaptation of walking in any situation and at any circumstances. It depends on the location and choice of trekkers. Both difficult as well as easy treks are available. Difficulty of the treks depends on the region of the trek and duration of it. Shorter treks tend to be easier while longer ones require some physical fitness.

2. How safe Women traveling alone with your company?

Completely, we assure the safety and security of the women travelling with us. We will provide the privacy that the women need. We will also give you a personal room on lodge and personal tent for camping while trekking.

3. What is tea house trekking?

Tea House Trek – is a trek during which at the end of each trekking day you stay for overnight in Tea Houses. “Trekking Guide Team Adventure” also organizes Camping Treks during which you stay for overnight in tents which our guides will set up for you and food during such treks will be cooked by our experienced cook.

4. Can I get Nepal visa on arrival?

Yes, you can get it in Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. As you arrive to airport fill the form and proceed to the visa line. You have to pay 25US$ for 15 days of visa from the day of issue, 40US$ for 30days and 100US$ for 90 days of tourist visa. For this you have to bring two passport size photos.

5. What is the best air route to my destination?

There are enough airline companies operating daily flights from Middle East of Kathmandu. Kathmandu only has got only international airport in Nepal so, where ever you are coming from you must come through tribhuvan international airport.

6. What type of insurance should I have before come to Nepal? Can I get it there?

For coming to Nepal you should have both medical and Rescue evacuation insurance. Yes you can get it here too, but we recommend purchasing it in your own country to avoid any last minute hassle and basal.

7. When should I travel to Nepal?

In Nepal it rains a lot between Junes to August. You too can enjoy great treks during this period of year in rain shadow region. But if you planning for more popular trek autumn and spring is the best time. As during this period climate will be moderate and will favorable for the trekking.

8. What kinds of banking facilities in Nepal?

Nepal has modern banking facilities having branches of some international bank. Almost all foreign currency along with credit card such as American Express, Visa and Master card are accepted. Nepal also has ATM facilities.

9. When should I book my trip?

We suggest you to book your trip in advance to avoid the disappointment and hassles. We too will make an effort to accommodate last minute bookings but some time due to the last minute planning we may unintentionally make few mistake which may offend you so it will be better to do advance booking.

10. Is someone going to meet me at the airport? Are transfers included?

Yes, our agency representative will pick you from airport. We will be displaying our placard of your name with our agency name.

11. How much spending money should I bring?

This depends on the destination you will be at and package, facilities you may choose . However our trip profile will give you information about how to budget form additional meals, optional excursions and extra expenses that might occur in any specific trip.

12. Does your company help to arrange domestic flight, international flight, hotel bookings and other services?

Since we are Nepal based company we refer to arrange your international flights from your home town. But domestic flight ticket will be included in our package. Other help like river rafting, city guided tour, mountain flight, jungle safari will be provided according to your necessities.

13. What is the physical conditioning level needed for trekking?

If you are in good physical condition then you do not require any hiking experience for short trekking. But if you are planning for the longer ones then you should do long day hikes at your home.

14. Is a Trekking permit needed?

Permit is not required for trekking in Everest, Annapurna, Langtang and some other regions. However, conservation permits or National park permits are required. There are few restricted trekking areas in Nepal where trekking permits are required.

15. Are the food / water safe to eat / drink?

All the meals are prepared with high standards of hygiene, fruit and vegetables are soaked in iodine before preparation. Most of lodges serve boiled and filter water which is safe. It is also possible to buy the bottle of mineral water in the trek.

16. What happens if there is an emergency?

All of our guides are trained with first aid and have basic idea about the physical problems that may arise during trekking. If an emergency occur then we will cover initial expenses of rescue operation as these expenses will need to be recovered from your insurance company. For minor cases there are health posts established by foreign doctors and many are staffed by overseas personnel.

17. What are your payment terms?

You need to pay 30% of total price as advance deposit to conform reservation before arriving to Nepal. Rest of the payment can be paid after arrival.

18. Can we bring some food from home?

19. You can bring power bars, cereal bars and similar high energy foods, powder Gatorade is also recommended to fight dehydration.

20. Is there any communication when we are on the mountain?

In the way in many villages along the popular trekking routes you can find telephones from where you can make international calls. And now a days we have the internet facilities most of the trekking destination.

21. What’s the difference between trekking, hiking and mountain climbing?

You can do all day walk, where you stay overnight (or several nights) at three activities in Nepal, but they are quite different things. Trekking is a multi-the place you’ve walked to. Hiking generally refers to a one-day walk. It might be two hours or eight, but if it takes place within a single day, it’ll probably be referred to as a hike. Mountain climbing is another thing entirely. It takes special equipment, training and comes with more risk. Neither trekking nor hiking require any special skill, other than the ability to walk.

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