Surrounded by mountains and beautiful landscapes, all you can do is lose yourself in nature and its beauty. The Annapurna circuit trek takes you deep into the valleys and onto the lap of mighty Himalayas. It is one of the most if not the most famous classical trekking routes in the world.
Annapurna circuit is ideal for photographers. This trek allows you to experience the typical mountain life, and explore some of the most remote parts of Nepal. Annapurna circuit trek is exciting, adventurous, and thrilling.
The trekking trail is incredible, as well. There are numerous suspension bridges and lots of beautiful waterfalls. On top of that, the sound of the glacial River below makes you calm throughout the journey.
Each year hundreds of trek enthusiasts grab their gear and head off to the Annapurna circuit trek. The snow-capped Mountains look tall and beautiful. One can complete this trek in two weeks. But you can always customize the itinerary that suits well for you.
Our journey starts in Kathmandu (1320m), and the actual trekking starts at Besisahar (800m) or Bhulbhule (840m). Further, we will stay overnight in Chamje(1385m), Timang (2350m), Dhikur Pokhari (3240m), and Ngawal (3680). Finally, we will reach Manang (3520m) on our sixth day of the journey.
Manang is a beautiful village. It is surrounded by hills and Mountains. After a proper acclimatization day at Manang, we will head towards Ledar (4200m). Trekking from Ledar to Phedi (4660m) or High camp (4880m) includes beautiful scenarios all around. The rocky trail might look tiring, but the actual experience is incredible.
We cross Thorong La Pass (5416m) and reach Muktinath (3710m) on our tenth day. After that, we will stay in Marpha(2800m) and Tatopani(1200m) before finally reaching Pokhara(900m). Our incredible journey ends once we reach Kathmandu.