Annapurna Circuit Trek  |  21 Days

Annapurna Circuit Trek Attractions:

From warm sub-tropical to cooler alpine hills and towards arctic zone of ice and glacier Exploring colorful traditional villages and monasteries of different cultures and religions Grand panorama of Annapurna Himalaya with towering Mt. Machhapuchare ‘Fish Tail’ Adventure around massive Annapurna Himalaya range of peaks with high Thorang-la pass Enchanting alpine woodlands lined with rhododendron, magnolia and pine trees From beautiful Manang towards world's deepest Kaligandaki River gorge

Annapurna Circuit Trek Information

Annapurna Circuit Trek 21 Days commenced in the year 1977 is undoubtedly one of the highly recognized and popular treks whose routes have been acknowledged to be one of the most unique, spectacular, and thrilling trails worldwide. The outstanding panoramic view of the mountain ranges such as Annapurna (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), and Machhapuchhre (6997m) is the main attraction of Nepal Trekking Package With Annapurna Circuit Trek which sweeps the trekkers right off their feet and makes them crave for more.
Annapurna Circuit Trek route starts from Syange and heads towards Manang district. During the route, you come across diverse landscapes and magnificent sights of the villages inhabited mostly by the Gurung people along with some other ethnic groups. You walk along the Marsayangdi River as the sounds of ripples hit your eardrums, making the climb soothing and pleasant. As you continue, a long ascent takes us to Manang village, best known for its breathtaking waterfalls. Annapurna Circuit Trek takes you to one of the highest passes in Nepal, Thorung La (5416m), which is frozen almost always. Making your way to the west, towards the holy temple of Muktinath, you come across world's deepest gorge, Kali Gandaki, which passes through two gigantic mountains, i.e. Annapurna (8091m) and Dhaulagiri (8167). Annapurna Circuit Trek also takes you to Poon hill, which offers a mind-blowing sunrise view that leaves every trekker spell bounded. It offers a dramatic panoramic view of both Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.
The three weeks trek to Annapurna Circuit Trek, all in all, gives adventurers a chance to experience the culture of local ethnic groups, pristine meadows, remarkable landscapes, dramatic mountain vistas, diverse vegetation, lush green forests, and refreshing hot springs as well as waterfalls. Annapurna Circuit Trek gives trekkers an opportunity to explore every mysterious and fascinating area of the region and to view the breathtaking beauty of the snow-clad mountains from almost every angle. 21 Days Annapurna Circuit Trek one of the best popular Trekking in Nepal, A most-visit trekking adventure destination with amazing views and beautiful Manang valley.
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Trip Highlights

  • Within North and South Annapurna massive mountains with scenic Thorang-la pass.
  • In Kathmandu sightseeing tour and exciting cultural and historical place.
  • Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syange.
  • Pass over the Thorang-la at 5416m high.
  • Pass over the Muktinath at 3800m high.
  • Visiting Muktinath Temple, the holy place for Nirvana or Liberation.
  • Jhinu danda with Hot spring.
  •  Poon Hill for stunning sunrise views.
  • Wonderful journey Annapurna Circuit Trek. 


  • 1 Arrive in Kathmandu via respective airlines and transfer to hotel.Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, you will be received by one of our representatives who will escort you to your hotel. Overnight at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
  • 2 In Kathmandu sightseeing tour at places of interest and trek preparation.After breakfast, you roam around the main areas of Kathmandu city that includes UNESCO World Heritage Sites that are renowned all over the world. You start from the holy temple Pashupatinath which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The second destination would be Boudhanath Stupa after which you visit Swayambhunath temple, also known as Monkey Temple, from where you can view the entire Kathmandu Valley. The alluring Kathmandu Durbar Square will be the next stop that will enlighten you about the history and ancient art of Kathmandu. Afterward, you will meet your guide and make necessary preparation for the trek. Overnight at the hotel.
  • 3 Drive to Syange 1,140m via Besisar - 06 hrs.Early morning we start our journey by driving to Besisahar. We pass through serene landscapes and forests along the highway. From Besisahar, we drive on an off-road trail to reach Syange. Beautiful villages, rivers, and waterfalls follow us all the way to Syange. Syange is the starting point of our Annapurna Circuit Trek. Overnight at a lodge.
  • 4 Trek to Dharapani 1,943 m - 06 hrs.As we ascend and reach Tal, we now enter the Manang district. Crossing a large bridge over a rapidly flowing river and passing through many teahouses, we make our way to Dharapani. Reaching Sattale, we walk alongside rice and barley fields which add beauty to the trail. Crossing the check post in Karte village, we reach Dharapani, which is one of the biggest villages in Manang district. Overnight in Dharapani.
  • 5 Trek to Chame 2,720m - 05 hrs.We face a bit of a challenge today due to steep uphill trails, however, with a little effort, we succeed in reaching our aimed destination. Walking across pine forests, we reach Bagarchhap, which is a Gurung village. From here, we climb towards Danakyu. The Marsayangdi River follows us until we finally reach Chame. The region offers majestic views of Lamjung Himal (6983m) and Annapurna II (7937m). Overnight in Chame.
  • 6 Trek to Pisang 3,190 m - 05 hrs.We make our way to a comparatively narrow valley today. A curved rock rising 1500m above the river, also known as Pangdi Danda (4666m), excites us as we begin the trek. The trail joins the river in Bhratang, and as we continue walking, we reach Dhikur Pokhari, which offers a stunning view of the Annapurna Mountains. Admiring the captivating views of Annapurna II (7937m) and Pisang Peak (6091m) while walking, makes the climb enjoyable and easier. Then we will finally arrive in Pisang and have some rest before exploring the village. Overnight in Pisang.
  • 7 Trek to Manang 3,540 m - 04 hrs.After a healthy breakfast, we begin our trek for the day. As we head towards Manang, the weather becomes chilly and dry. However, the views of the exceptional mountains of the Annapurna range, Manang village, Humde village, and Pisang Peak (6091m) make it all worth it. Before ascending towards Manang, we can also visit the Braka Monastery. It is believed Braka Monastery is 900 years old and has been preserving Buddhist tradition and arts since then. Overnight in Manang.
  • 8 Rest day at Manang for acclimatization with short hikes.In order to make sure that we adapt to the climate and to avoid getting sick, we take a day break to rest and relax. However, we go on short hikes to nearby Bodzo Gompa and Gangapurna Lake. Then we return to the hotel and have some nice conversation with the local people. Overnight in Manang.
  • 9 Trek to Yak Kharka 4,210 m - 04 hrs.At first, the trail descends towards Tengi, and en route, we pass several villages witnessing the remarkable traditional houses and their innocent owners get through their lives. We also get the chance to enjoy the beautiful sceneries of the Annapurna Mountains, Gangapurna Peak (7454m), and Tilicho peak (7134m). Then, walking steeply upwards through the Mani walls, we finally arrive in the wide meadows of Yak Kharka. Overnight in Yak Kharka.
  • 10 Trek to Thorang- La High Camp or Phedi 4,450 m - 04 hrs.After a quick meal, we gather our strength for today’s climb. We walk upward following Kone Khola and crossing suspension bridges, which is thrilling and exciting. We reach the small settlement of Ledar, surrounded by stunning mountains from all sides. From here, we ascend past small tea shops and walk steeply ahead on moraines to finally reach Thorung High Camp. View of the gorgeous mountains such as Nilgiri (7061m), Tilicho Peak (7134m), Gundang (5312m), Syagang (6026m), Thorung Peak (6144m), and Khatungkang (6484m) follow us throughout our climb. Overnight in Thorung High Camp.
  • 11 Trek over Thorang La 5,416m | 17,769 ft to Muktinath 3,800 m - 06 hrs.We move ahead on a steep trail covered in icy moraine to cross the mostly frozen Thorung La Pass (5416m), which is one of the most difficult climbs in the Annapurna Circuit Trek. A surreal view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges can be seen from the top of Thorung La (5416m). Descending from the pass, we make our way towards Muktinath, which holds a great spiritual value for Hindus. Muktinath is an arid region, so the routes that we walk in will be dry, making the landscapes even more stunning. Overnight in Muktinath.
  • 12 Trek to Marpha 2,670 m via Jomsom - 06 hrs.Early in the morning, we visit Muktinath Temple, which is the holy temple of Hindus and Buddhists. It is believed that after taking bath in the 108 water taps in Muktinath all our sins will be washed. Then we walk alongside Kali Gandaki River as the trail descends to Marpha via Jomsom. Marpha is popular for its apple orchards. Therefore, we get a chance to taste several apple products such as sweet jam. Overnight in Marpha.
  • 13 Trek to Kalapani or Lete 2,400 m - 06 hrs.After breakfast, we walk downwards by passing beautiful villages like Tukuche, Khobang, and Kokhethanti and finally arrive in Kalopani. We get an amazing opportunity to see the sceneries of Annapurna I (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Nilgiri (7061m), and other mystic mountains. In Kalopani, we will visit the Cultural Thakali Museum where we can get to know about the Thakali culture and tradition. Stay overnight in Kalapani.
  • 14 Trek to Tatopani (hot-spring) 1,190 m - 06 hrs.Today we leave Kalopani and head towards Tatopani. The trail descends alongside Kali Gandaki River adorned with beautiful landscapes. We will feel a slight change in the topography as the aridity of the region gradually changes to green forests. We reach Tatopani, a natural hot spring. This hot spring helps us relax and heals our muscles sore from the long trek we successfully completed. Overnight in Tatopani.
  • 15 Trek to Ghorepani 2,860 m - 06 hrs.Today is comparatively a longer day than any other day. We pass through several Magar and Gurung villages along with the beautiful sceneries surrounding them. Following the trail through lush rhododendron forests, we pass the villages like Ghar Khola Gaon, Ghara, Shikha, and Phalate to finally reach Ghorepani. This day will be quite exhausting as we have to make a lot of ascends and descends, but the stunning view of the mountains seen from here is bound to satiate our soul. Overnight in Ghorepani.
  • 16 Hike to Poon Hill and continue trek to Tirkhedhunga 1,440 m - 05 hrs.Early in the morning, we ascend towards Poon Hill (3193m) to get a spectacular and unobstructed panoramic view of Nilgiri Peak (7061m), Dhaulagiri Peak (8167m), and Annapurna Mountain Ranges. An early morning sunrise view from Poon Hill is to die for, which makes the trek worth every sweatdropped. After enjoying the scenery, we now move down towards Ghorepani, and after eating breakfast, we start walking towards Tikhedunga. Walking alongside rhododendron forests with the best view of Mt. Annapurna South (7219m) and Mt. Hiunchuli (6441m), we finally arrive in Tikhedunga. Overnight in Tikhedhunga.
  • 17 Trek to Nayapul 1,010 m - 04 hrs and drive to Pokhara 860 m - 02 hrs.As we come to the end of our wonderful journey, short walk to Nayapul finishes in no time. On the way, we move down to Birethanti. We walk on the stone stairway and pass beautiful villages to reach Nayapul, from where we drive back to Pokhara. Stay overnight at a hotel of Pokhara
  • 18 Drive back to Kathmandu afternoon free at leisure.We either take an early morning flight or drive back to the capital city. You get the whole afternoon to relax. You can have farewell dinner in the restaurant of Thamel along with the live music. Enjoy fullest as it’s the last day of your beautiful and memorable journey. Overnight at a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu.
  • 19 International Departure for Homeward bound.We come to the end of a memorable trip. One of our members will see you off to the airport to connect you with your flight. We hope to see you soon.

Cost Includes:

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle.
  • Three Night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Two Night hotel accommodation in Pokhara.
  • Teahouse accommodation during the trek.
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
  • Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali Restaurant with the cultural dance show.
  • All ground transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary.
  • An experienced, English-speaking and government-licensed trek leader (Guide).
  • Porter service (3 trekkers: 1 porter).
  • Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation, and Insurance for the Guide and Porter.
  • Duffle bag, down jacket, sleeping bag (to be returned after trip completion).
  • Trekker's Information Management System (TIMS) card fees and Annapurna Conversation Area Project ( permits) fees.
  • All government and local taxes. 

Cost Excludes:

  • Nepal visa fee.
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and/or Pokhara.
  • Hot shower in during the trek.
  • Travel and rescue insurance.
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters.
  • Tips for guide(s), porter(s). and driver(s). 
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  • Mountains are calling I must go

    Mountains are calling I must go


    This time I feel it’s far loudest experience than before. Annapurna Circut 21 days Trek is the best Trekking is one of the most unique, spectacular and thrilling trails worldwide. The most intresting reason thing happended in my life and that is one night someone whisper in my ears ‘Mountains are calling’  I woke up suddenly and realise I must go and guess what Nepal is always in my hotlist. I directly call Reasonable Treks and tour team I pack my bag and book the ticket. When I landed in Nepal, I feel like I am in my home ground.   I had a wonderful trek with my one of the lady friends. It was chill weather forcing to change your plans. Weather is always be unpredictable over Thorung La-mountain, so guys be sure about the altitude problem and your physical health. I recommend wear a light boot like: Gortex type boots also take a water bottle, whenever you get a chance from natural streams just fill it. I recommend you carry a pack of some dry fruits or nuts, few chocolates that boost you whenever your stamina gets low, and some energy bars too. This is just an awesome moment to recall. Guys!! Just don’t let your memories to be greater than your dreams. Take a risk and just conquer your dream. Just Vist Nepal and discover the places. Good wishes.

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    Best Trekking Annapurna Circuit Trek


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Trip Note


Sheltered by the Annapurna Massif, is the Annapurna Circuit Trek. harbors bewitching natural wonders and graceful ethnic communities. Annapurna, literal meaning in Nepali being the giver of food and nourishment, has civilizations that have flourished in its lush hills and the dry rain shadow areas alike. To trek through this region is a dream for most trekkers as it combines most things they seek for in one package.  Iconic peaks such as the Machhapuchhre (6997m) and Hiunchuli (6441m)along with the notoriously dangerous and massive Annapurna (8091m) lie in this region. Dotted around the trails are villages of the charming Gurung, Manangi and the Thakali communities.


Nepali are known to be naturally graceful in nature. It's no different in the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Teahouses have sprung around the trekking regions, where you go from one teahouse to the next till you complete the trek. Tea houses offer basic accommodation and meals. These lodges are located along the routes and offer basic twin rooms, attached or common bathrooms, a dining room, and the ability to use wifi or take a hot shower at an extra cost. In addition to this, there are options for luxury treks where you can spend time on wonderful lodges and mini-hotels, which provide you with the most luxurious experience if you are ready to pay.            


You can take a flight, bus or hire a vehicle to travel to the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The most famous starting point of any trips in the Annapurna region is Pokhara. There is an established trekking infrastructure, with an easy access to start the trek at around an hours’ distance from Pokhara. From Pokhara, you have a choice if you want to start your trek right away or travel to the next destination by a vehicle. You will find plenty of buses leaving for different places every day at different times. You will need to get tickets to travel by buses in order to get a seat. After you reach the higher altitudes in the region, you find comparatively fewer vehicles.


You may not get the fanciest meals as you head to remote areas, but you sure will get the fascinating taste of food and a variety to choose from even in such places. The most popular meal you can get here is the Dal Bhat set. It includes Rice, lentils, vegetables and even meat in some places. Three Dal Bhat meals a day and you are ready to go. You will also find various other food items such as soups, momos, noodles etc. Look out for bakeries, they will have items such as bread and doughnuts.


You have to keep in mind that you must carry only what is needed. Even if you have a porter, there are weight limits in such agreements. Thus, you should only care to take the essentials that will be used on your trip. The ideal backpack would consist of:

  • Proper clothing: Strong durable warm jackets, sweat absorbent clothes for trekking, inner layers, undergarments, trousers, and socks.
  • Gears: hats, beanies, buff/balaclava, gloves, and Hiking/trekking shoes.
  • Accessories: trekking poles, sunglasses, lamps/headlamps, water bottles, first aid kits, medication tablets, toiletries etc.
  • Additional items: snacks, electronic gadgets (power bank, kindle, tablets), game cards etc.

You should have a proper bag that can accommodate all the necessities. If you hire a porter, you can add another bag under the weight limit for your porter to carry.


It is completely up to you to hire guides and porters. But it surely is highly recommended that you do so. Not only will the guide help you in the trek by leading you to your destination, but he will also be your Nepali companion for the trek.  He will help with dealings to be made in lodges, communicate in Nepalese in the villages and other necessities during the trek. The number of guides and porters vary depending on the number of guests and the amount of luggage. This may not be fixed precisely in advance due to unpredictable conditions in the mountains.


Wi-Fi is now widely available in most of the teahouses and lodges in the trekking area, albeit the speeds are lower, but as you trek to higher altitudes the speed may be far slower than what you may be used to.  The connection may also be disrupted by weather conditions. The lodges generally sell Wifi card for NRs. 350 or NRs. 500. As you climb further in altitude, the standard lodges there are very cheap, and one of the factors is they don’t provide electricity for luxuries like charging your electronics. You need to pay hourly up to 2-4 USD for that, it is advised to take a fully charged power bank so you have something to rely on when you climb higher.


Your group size can vary according to your preference. However, you have to note that the larger the group, the more porters and guides are required for the smooth operation of the trek. If you are going on camping treks, you will be needing crew members skilled in navigating along with guides, porters and cooks. Other than this, the normal teahouse treks warrant reasonable guides, assistant guides, and ample porters. There will not be other difficulties as the routes are already well established, and can accommodate even larger groups. Apart from this, you may travel alone if you wish but that depends upon the agreement that you are responsible for your own safety.


We recommend that you bring some medications that you would normally use for a headache, flu, stomach problems, and other common sicknesses along with you. In addition to this, your trekking guide will also most likely be traveling with a first aid kit. Most guides are also well versed in first aid procedure and basic medical and life aid, which they have garnered through training and experience. There are small medical stations around the villages, which can help with primary treatment.  The prominent hospitals are down in Pokhara, which you can get to through helicopter rescues if things go very uncharacteristically awry.


Traveling by the domestic airlines in Nepal can be a real headache. Due to the unpredictable weather changes, you can face flight delays and even cancellations. This might disrupt your trekking schedule. Thus it is best to schedule your flight a day ahead so that if in any case your flight is canceled, you can take the next flight and reach in time for your trek. Or, the best next alternative is to travel by road. You can get tickets for public buses or hire private jeeps/vans to travel to your destination. Traveling by bus can be extremely cheaper than traveling by air or hiring vehicles. The alternatives to any unpredictable situations during travel are usually arranged by travel agencies. However, the additional costs of these services have to be paid by you since they are not covered by the agreement between you and the travel agency.


Altitude sickness can happen to anyone. At high altitudes, you have to maintain a slow and steady pace giving your body the least amount of work to do. Once you ascend an altitude of 3000 meters, you have to take a step further in being careful. The worst part here is that altitude sickness cannot be cured or removed in an instant. It can lead to other problems such as high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE)! As soon as you see the symptoms (shortness of breath, fatigue, insomnia, headache, nausea, etc.) of it, it is best to descend right away. Medications such as Diamox can help you to minimize the effects of the altitude sickness. It is better to stay hydrated, get adequate rest and acclimatize to the location to avoid this sickness.


One of the most important things you must know before going off a trek is to know the best time to go on the trek. It isn't as easy as going off whenever you want to. The climate and the unpredictable weather during particular seasons can make a big difference in your experience of the trek. It is best to avoid the monsoon and peak winter season for treks in the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The ideal time to trek is considered to be around October to early December and late February to April. There is a lower risk of heavy snowfall and dangerous slippery trails. You'll find the perfect weather, dry trails and the best possible views.


When you are traveling at altitudes like that of the Annapurna Circuit Trek, you can face unexpected circumstances at any time during the journey. You must get yourself a good insurance policy that covers such situations. Many travel insurance companies do not have policies that cover high altitude traveling. Be sure to check your insurance policy. If you get injured or if you need immediate evacuation, you will require a rescue team to come for you. In dire cases, one might require a helicopter rescue, or might have to be carried back by a yak or horse. Rescue services such as hiring a helicopter can be really expensive. It is best to have insurance to cover all of these charges. You can find insurance providers who also cover your insurance at high altitudes.


You will not have a hard time finding a travel agency that will arrange for you a decent journey to the Annapurna Circuit Trek. You can schedule a trek at your choice of destination online or in person. Or you can also place your interest and the travel agency will give you the perfect time to leave for your trek. Terms and agreements applied, you will have to comply with the demands set by the agencies before booking your trip. You will be required to send necessary documents such as passports, and advanced payment for your confirmation. You can be charged a certain amount of money depending upon the agency if you want to cancel a booking.


Acclimatization is a vital aspect of any high altitude travel. It is a process by which your body develops an increase in the number of red blood cells which increases the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. This lowers your risk of getting altitude sickness. Acclimatization may require several hours up to a day or two. Your body needs time to adjust to the new climate and thus function accordingly. It is recommended that you spend a night or more at every checkpoint you reach so that your body can acclimatize to the climate. You can get enough rest and also enjoy the surroundings while you're at it. 

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  • Trip Cost USD $1235
  • Trip Duration 21 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Trip Difficulty Moderate & Adventurous
  • Trip StyleTrekking
  • Accomodation3 Star (or greater) Hotel, Kathmandu, Pokhara and tea house during The Trek
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Meals: Breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara. All meals during the trek
  • Max. Altitude: 5,416 m at Thorang-La Pass.
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