Details Itinerary Map Photos Tour Overview This exciting walk around the Annapurna range takes you to some of the most exciting places on earth, including the trasnhimalyan region, the highest pass on earth Thorang la (5416 m) and some of the most beautiful villages in the Gurung, Magar, Thakali and Tamangs communities. This embarkation on a magical and mystical 14-day journey through the foothills of the Annapurna massif, reaching the ecstasy peak after 5416 m (17,769 feet) of Thorung La Pass. Visualize the wonder you'd feel as you walk through the eclectic mix of small villages and hamlets that house nearly 10 ethnically rich communities like the Gurung, the Magar, the Thakali and the Tamangs. This is a sweet trek along the Marshyangdi River to Manang Basin and down to Kali Gandaki, the deeper gorge. The Annapurna Circuit is one of the world's most popular and cliché treks, leading to the 10th highest mountain in the world, the Annapurna. It is difficult to see anywhere else on the globe with various altitude variations. The culture and lifestyle of the people vary with altitude. Their wide range of flora and fauna throughout the entire region is always accompanied by this. The wonders of nature are unfolded on this journey through the paddy fields. Furthermore it is one of the most popular trekking destinations in the world, with lonely Planet listed in the top 10. It is listed by many organizations, authors, magazines, BBC, tour consulting agencies and Lonely planet as one of the best walking trails in the world in terms of culture and unique landscape. Itinerary Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m) Day 02: Sightseeing of Kathmandu Day 03: Drive to Syange (1100m) 7/8 Hrs Private Drive Day 04: Trek to Tal / Karte (1700m) 5 Hrs Day 05: Trek to Chame [2630m] 5/6 Hrs Day 06: Trek to Pisang [3190m] 5/6 Hrs Day 07: Trek to Manang [3520m] 5 Hrs Day 08: Trek to Letdar [4250m] 4/5 hrs Day 09: Trek to Thorung Phedi [4500m] 3/ 4 Hrs Day 10: Trek to Muktinath [3800m] 7/8 hrs Day 11: Trek to Jomsom [2713m] 5/6 Hrs Day 12: Flight to Pokhara Day 13: Drive to Kathmandu (30 minute Flight and 6/7 hrs Private drive) Day 14: Depart Kathmandu to reach another destination or fly back home with memories of the trek. Includes Transfers from and to domestic and international airports, on arrival and departure. Flight tickets with transport services All camping equipment such as tentsin Advance Base Camp, furnishings (tables, chairs), equipment, kitchen, kitchen, dining room, guest and toilet. Three meals a day (BL Dipper) and a double-size tea house, freshly cooked three meals, Snowy Professional Base Camp's tea or coffee. Entry fee for Mera Peak, Makalu Barun-National park TIMS card (Info-Management System Trekker). Royalty expedition and climbing license for Mera Peak, Makalu Barun-National park. Fully paid and equipped official liaison officer. An individual tent is provided in the ABC for each expedition member. Base Camp solar panel for the battery and light charger. For the group and staff, first aid medical kits. Free cargo and duty clearance assistance service. In Nepal, we have charged our service and government taxes. Full information about pre-departure, date of flight change or reconfirmation and assistance with visa extension procedure (if applicable). Not Included Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Lukla during your stay. Cords, all other climbing equipment and services above the aforementioned level, including clothing, snacks, aerated drinkings, mineral waters, alcohols, cigarettes, chocolates, nutria-bars, etc. Extra nights in Kathmandu. Extra nights. Early departures from Trekking / Expedition (because of any reason) are possible in case of an early arrival or late departure. Personal items and expenses for laundry. Clothes, packaging items, personal medical equipment, video / camera fees or trekking equipment. Helicopter search and rescue insurance for medical and travel. Any other personnel except specified. Climbing equipment. Custom duty to import shipping goods in Nepal. Base Camp staff tips are obligatory; at least USD 300 per team member. Visa fee for Nepal: Nepali Visa fee 40 US $for 30 days per person (60 day application (100 US $). Tips, donations, remembrances. Anything else not listed in "THE PACKAGECOST INCLUDES " Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m)One of our representatives team is there to greet you at the arrival at Kathmandu International Airport with formal completion of your custom and immigration processes and to take you to the pre-defined hotel at your departure. You can rest for the rest of the time in your hotel room, or walk around Thamel 's streets. Day 02: Sightseeing of Kathmandu This day you can spend some time exploring some of the world heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley and prepare for the afternoon trek. Hotel overnight. Day 03: Drive to Syange (1100m) 7/8 Hrs Private DriveWe start our journey today with a certain determination and a great deal of enthusiasm. Then we take the Prithvi Highway to Dumre and take an uneven road along the Marshyangdi River. During this trail, we pass through the low villages on the banks of the river and also through the paddy fields, which are common in this area. After this trail we will reach Besi Sahar after about 6 hours ' drive. Besi Sahar is the headquarters of the District of Lamjung and is also a small commercial center on the banks of the Marshyangdi River. From here we head to Syange, another 2 hours drive by car. Here we'll stop at the tea house for the night. Day 04: Trek to Tal / Karte (1700m) 5 HrsWithin 1.5 hours we travel down to Jagat from Syange and continue to Chyamche. Today, we will also walk along the banks of the Marshyangdi River. We're going down to the river at one point. We will walk through an hour of luxuriant green forest to reach the village of Chamje. From here we'll go on to Sattale. We walk down on a number of paths to the grassy bank of the river leading to Tal. The path gets windy and rough as we walk away from Tal. Then we arrive at Karte, a deep wooded village. This is the final destination of our day. Day 05: Trek to Chame [2630m] 5/6 HrsWe walk the narrow path of the settlement and keep the Dudh Khola to our left after breakfast. The Dudh Khola has its south face in Manaslu. The Marshyangdi River enters a ravine and the paths are rocky. We'll have a while before the slopes and rhododendron forest begin to enjoy the majestic and impressive view of Manaslu. From there we reach the town of Koto where the most impressive view over Annapurna II and its surrounding mountains is to be enjoyed. Day 06: Trek to Pisang [3190m] 5/6 HrsThe sun wakes beautifully over the Himal Lamjung (6,993 m), a fascinating time. On our way to Pisang, we will cross the barley fields in the wind, cross the mountain pass, take a view of apple orchards and hamlets until we reach the untouched hamlet of Bratang. After passing the village of Annapurne II, we continue our journey with the Gangapurna Glacier and the snow-capped peaks. After a walk of about 3 hours, we will also reach Pisang Village. Day 07: Trek to Manang [3520m] 5 HrsOur journey to Manang begins. We pass the beautiful and picturesque Manang Valley on the way to this city and glimpse Tilicho peak sky (7132 m). Then, as Marshyangdi Khola falls below us we cross a wooden bridge and afterwards we enter the village of Munghi. We continue down to Manang and enjoy the amazing view of Annapurna II, Annapurna III. One of the typical villages where traditional terracotta houses, combined with Manangi and Tibetan culture, can be found along with the local people 's unique lifestyle. Day 08: Trek to Letdar [4250m] 4/5 hrsAfter breakfast, we walk to Tengi and climb 120 meters above Manang. Further on, we pass Marshyangdi Valley and continue northwest of the Throng Khola Valley to Gunsang (3960 m). It is a small village in the mountains and houses with flat black towers. We walk past picturesque wildlife and rich forests of barberry, juniper, etc. This whole scene shows the perfection of the Yak Kharka postcard image. We will continue along the same path and cross the great river descending from Chulu's west. Day 09: Trek to Thorung Phedi [4500m] 3/ 4 HrsWe leave Letdar behind, gradually climb to the ridge of the Marshyangdi River before descending to the bubbling head waters. Then we cross a wooden bridge across the river. After a short climp, we follow the mountain trail to the right side of the river, and then go down into Thorung Phedi. Also, if time allows, we're going to climb the high camp (4883 m) and stay overnight in order to shorten tomorrow's walk for Throng La crossing. Day 10: Trek to Muktinath [3800m] 7/8 hrsThis is the most exciting day on the hike through the Thorung La[5416 m], the highest trekking pass in the world. The trail is steep, but well defined and straightforward, as it has been used for centuries by the village dwellers. For the next four hours the journey is uphill and stressful and we reach a place with prayer flags and a small stupa. The majestic snow-capped mountains, the roller Mustang hills and the lovely Kaligandaki valley can be seen from here. We start our descent to Muktinath after a short break (3,800 m). We walk the Jhong Khola valley to Muktinath, which is a popular Hindu and Buddisim pilgrimage. Day 11: Trek to Jomsom [2713m] 5/6 HrsIn Jharkot and Khingar you will come down to the mountain in the day to experience the interrelationship and similitude of the Tibetan culture with the people who live there, where you find some beautiful monasteries. The amazing view of Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri can not really be overlooked. On the shores of River Kali Gandaki, we pass Kagbeni and reach Jomsom. Jomsom is the headquarters of Mustang District and we can spend time exploring the area and talking to local people. Day 12: Flight to PokharaSince Jomsom is in the mountainous region, there is always an early flight to Pokhara because the days are clear in the morning and the flight time is approximately 20 minutes. Pokhara is also known as the "Lake City "and is one of the most popular places in Kathmandu for foreigners. In Pokhara there are many interesting things to see. If you're in Pokhara, don't miss it. Day 13: Fly / Drive to Kathmandu (30 minute Flight and 6/7 hrs Private drive)Today you can either take a 30-minute drive to Kathmandu, where you can either see the Himalayan Range as a change of natural vegetation or drive from Pokhara. The drive is picturesque and the highway in Nepal is an opportunity for you. Day 14: Depart Kathmandu to reach another destination or fly back home with memories of the trekYou can leave Kathmandu or continue your journey and travel within or outside of Nepal.