Annapurna Circuit Trekking

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Annapurna Circuit is one of the most famous trekking trails in the world. Since it opened to foreign trekkers in 1977, the Annapurna Circuit Trek has become renowned as one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world with lush green valleys and fascinating villages that offer impressive snow-capped views of the Annapurna Himalayan Range.

Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the most popular longest trekking trails in Nepal. The Annapurna Trekking Trail was opened to foreign trekkers in 1977. Annapurna Circuit Trek is the only trek in this region, It touches the top of Thorong La (5,416 m).

Since then, travelers from all over the world have attracted people to the trail. The Annapurna Circuit trek takes you through the world’s seventh and tenth-highest peaks, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.

Annapurna Circuit Trek has become renowned as one of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world with lush green valleys and fascinating villages that offer impressive snow-capped views of the Annapurna Massif including Annapurna I, Annapurna South, Gangapurna, and Annapurna III, Lamjung Himal, world 8th highest Mt. Manaslu, Pisang peak, Chulu East, Chulu West and the massive range of world’s 7th highest peak.

Annapurna Circuit Trek Information

Starting from less than 1000 meters, it gives us a chance to explore the Himalayas from bottom to top. These 15 days Annapurna Circuit Trek starts from Syange and goes along the Marshyangdi River. It gives scenic views of Manaslu and Himal Chuli to the east.

The trekkers are then led to a lovely village populated by a diverse range of people from various ethical groups. The scenery in the north of the main Himalayan range is equally breathtaking. Annapurna Circuit Trek in Nepal also provided learning about the Tibetan way of life

Annapurna Circuit Trek is the most famous trekking circuit in Nepal. The highest point of this 15-day Annapurna Circuit trek is the Thorong-La Pass at the top of the valley at 5,416 m, which is the major highlight of this 21-day trek. The Annapurna circuit trek walks in a counter-clockwise direction due to the difficulties of crossing the pass.

The trail descends to the west at Muktinath, and we pass the barren Tibetan-like village of Kali Gandaki. It passes between the giant Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains. After you cross the Thorong-La Pass from Manang to Muktinath, we head to Marpha and descend to Pokhara. Trekking trails are beautiful and memorable, trekkers will be there in the experience of Annapurna Circuit Trek.

When is the best time to book Annapurna Circuit Trek?

The Best Time for Annapurna Circuit Trek is the months of March to May, Pre-monsoon, and Post-monsoon. This is the suggestion before doing the Annapurna circuit trek of these months. Trekking must be challenging and even risky in the months of winter of December to February, Which are harsh and snowy, and the months of the summer June to August which are humid and wet. These are required and careful consideration of the Annapurna Circuit Trek during time.

How difficult is the Annapurna Circuit trek?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is difficult. You will be walking on rugged and uphill and downhill terrain for the during of the adventure. You will walk for 5 to 6 hours a day on average so, it the best to be fit in physical shape and get ready for the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

What thing makes the Annapurna Circuit Trek Special?

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a unique and well-liked choice for trekkers for many reasons, The Annapurna Circuit Trek is highly prevalent in the Mustang valleys and learn about the Tibetan life cycle. Yak Kharka gives a slim chance of spotting blue sheep and snow leopards. The Annapurna Circuit trek to accommodate various schedules and tastes. There are different routes available to the trekker.

Overall, The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a unique experience for all trekkers and over the globe. Its unique combinations of physical hardship, cultural depth, and stunning landscape.

Note: The hotel is a 2-3 star hotel that may adapt to meet the needs of the visitors. Furthermore, we can update and modify the itinerary which is a fundamental framework of a trek on demand.

  • Trip Starts: Kathmandu
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous
  • Transportation: Road
  • Trip Duration: 21 Days
  • Trip Activity: Trekking, Adventure
  • Trekking Guide: Available (Male)
  • Group Size:2 - 20 pax
  • Fixed Departures: Available
  • Min Age: 12 years or above
  • Security: 100% Guaranteed!
  • Customized Trip Route: Available
  • Best Season: Basanta Ritu (Spring),Sharad Ritu (Autumn)

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Itinerary

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When you land at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, our airport representative will be there to welcome you. You can easily spot them as they’ll be holding an Adventure White Himalaya signboard outside the airport terminal. From there, you’ll be taken to your hotel in our private tourist vehicle for Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Tonight, you’ll stay in Kathmandu, ready to start on your adventure! The guide will provide information about the Annapurna circuit trek itinerary.

Today, we’ll start by taking a public bus from Kathmandu to Besisahar. From Besisahar, we’ll continue our journey of  Annapurna Circuit Trek to Syange in a jeep. The drive will take about 8 hours, during which we’ll enjoy the scenic views of landscapes, rivers, and waterfalls.

Tonight, we’ll rest in Syange, getting ready for the trekking adventure ahead. we all are too excited about Annapurna Circuit Trek.

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Today, our trek spans 6-7 hours from Syange to Dharapani. The trail takes us on a descent alongside the Marsyangdi River, crossing a suspension bridge and then climbing towards Sattale (1,550 m). Afterward, there’s a steep path leading to Tal, known for its valley views and waterfalls.

Continuing on this trail of Annapurna Circuit Trek, we enter the Manang district, passing through the village of Khotro (1,860 m). The path winds down through an Alpine forest, crossing a long suspension bridge to reach the small villages of Karte (1,900 m) and Nache. Finally, our journey for the day concludes in Dharapani, a junction for Manaslu and villages in the Manang valley.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Dharapani, resting up for more adventures on our destination of Annapurna Circuit Trek time.

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Our Annapurna Circuit Trek route takes us from Dharapani to Chame, a journey of 5-6 hours. We start with a challenging path through forested ridges, offering captivating views of the surrounding mountains as we head up the valley. Along the way, we pass through Bagarchhap with its apple orchards and crop fields, and then through waterfalls and pine forests as we ascend to Tyanja, Kyupar, and finally to Chame.

The trail rewards us with spectacular views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7,525 m). Chame is an active geothermal region, and you can relax in the healing waters of the hot springs.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Chame, getting ready for more exploration on our adventure of  Annapurna Circuit Trek.

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

On the sixth day, we continue our trek to Upper Pisang after having breakfast. The journey takes about 6 hours. As we walk, we pass through dense forests, follow the Marsyangdi River, and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of meadows and mountains. Along the way, we’ll catch our first glimpse of the impressive Paungda Dada rock face, shaped like a bowl.

After the 6-hour walk, we’ll arrive at Upper Pisang. From here, you can see the majestic Annapurna II towering in the south. This is where we’ll rest for the day.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Upper Pisang, surrounded by the beauty of the Himalayas. Get ready for more trekking adventures tomorrow! We all are ready for the next Annapurna Circuit Trek route.

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On the seventh day, we keep walking through big hills, jungles, and wetlands. Along the way, enjoy the beautiful landscapes, pass by stupas, and even come across a lama school. After about 5 hours of walking, we’ll reach Manang, a lively and significant stop on our trek. Annapurna Circuit trek is one of the largest settlements along in Manang.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Manang, surrounded by the serene atmosphere of the mountains. Rest up, as more exciting trekking experiences await us tomorrow!

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today is a rest day in Manang, As per our Annapurna Circuit Trek Itinerary, today is our acculturation day. where we take it easy and let our bodies acclimatize to the altitude. We’ll do some short walks and explore the village, visit a monastery, and make our way to Gangapurna Glacier Lake. In the evening, we return to our accommodation for a good night’s rest. As we follow

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Manang, preparing for the next leg of our trek.

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Following our rest day in Manang, we’re energized and ready for the next part of our journey. Today, we trek for about 5 hours to reach Yak Kharka, ascending by 500 meters. The climb is gradual as we pass through Tenki Manang, leaving behind the Marsyangdi Valley. Continuing along the Jarsang Khola Valley, we eventually reach Yak Kharka at an elevation of 4,000 meters. Here, the landscape changes, and we begin to see fewer yaks and vegetation.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Yak Kharka, surrounded by the tranquility of the high-altitude environment. Rest well for more trekking adventures tomorrow!

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today’s trek takes us from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi, lasting about 5 hours. After a two-hour ascent, the trail descends to cross the river at 4,310 meters. Following that, we climb up to Thorong Phedi at an elevation of 4,450 meters. In recent years, guesthouses have been built here to accommodate trekkers like us.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a local teahouse in Thorong Phedi, getting ready for the challenging but rewarding day ahead. Rest up and enjoy the mountain atmosphere! during Annapurna Circuit Trek time.

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Our Annapurna Circuit Trek Route will descend down to Muktinath we have taken a few pictures of the scenery. Today is a long trek, and we start early, around 4 am, to reach the Thorung-La Pass by 9-10 am. It’s crucial to start early to avoid strong winds that can affect the journey, especially at the Thorong-La Pass. The climb is steep, but the regular route is easy to follow. However, altitude and snow can present challenges. Heavy snow can make crossing the pass difficult. After about four hours of climbing, marked by chortens and prayer flags, we’ll be treated to stunning views from the top.

The next four hours of walking will take us to the sacred town of Muktinath. Muktinath, meaning the place of nirvana, is home to the Muktinath Temple and several monasteries. It is considered a sacred pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and features 108 waterspouts around it. Another nearby attraction is the Jwala Mai Temple, which has a beautiful natural spring and an eternal flame fueled by natural gas.

Tonight, we’ll stay at a hotel in Muktinath, taking in the spiritual atmosphere of this significant pilgrimage site. Rest well after a challenging day! This experience gains all about from Annapurna Circuit Trek.

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After the spiritual experience at Muktinath, a renowned pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists, we embark on a 5-hour drive to Jomsom. Muktinath is situated in the Muktinath Valley at the base of the Thorong La Pass, featuring a Gompa and the temple of Lord Vishnu. The site is known for an everlasting flame fueled by natural gas. Additionally, the view of the mountains from Muktinath is truly breathtaking.

As we journey to Jomsom, as per our Annapurna circuit trek itinerary enjoy the splendid view of Dhaulagiri. Tonight, we’ll stay in Jomsom, resting after the day’s drive on another site there are many difficulties suffering from Annapurna Circuit Trek time

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Leaving Jomsom, we embark on a 7-hour drive back to Pokhara, the city of lakes. In Pokhara, you can indulge in various enjoyable activities. Take a boat ride across the lake, explore the World Peace Stupa, try rafting or kayaking, experience an ultra-light flight, rent a motorcycle or a bicycle, or simply savor a meal along Pokhara’s lakeside while admiring its beauty.

Tonight, we’ll stay in Pokhara, making the most of the city’s diverse attractions and serene surroundings.


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Last day of our Annapurna Circuit Trek itinerary In the morning, we will take a 7-hour drive back to Kathmandu on a tourist bus.

If you’re up for extending your adventure of Annapurna Circuit Trek, there are plenty of options available, such as a Chitwan jungle safari, river rafting adventure, Kathmandu shopping tour, mountain biking, and various other activities.

Tonight, we’ll stay overnight in Kathmandu, concluding our journey.

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  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

As your remarkable journey of Annapurna Circuit Trek comes to an end, today marks the day of your final departure. Our team will ensure you are transferred to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu for your onward flight.

Reflecting on the incredible experiences, diverse landscapes, and cultural wonders you’ve encountered during your adventure of Annapurna Circuit Trek, we hope this journey has left you with lasting memories and a deep appreciation for the beauty of Nepal.

If the allure of Nepal beckons you to return or if you are eager to explore other destinations, our team is ready to assist you in planning your next adventure. Whether it’s the majestic Himalayas, the wildlife of Chitwan, or the vibrant streets of Kathmandu, Nepal has much more to offer. It was a great experience from during Annapurna Circuit Trek time.

Safe travels, and until we meet again!

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Terms and condition

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Includes/Exclude

Cost Include

  • Airport pick up (Company Name Plate) & drop off service by private tourist vehicle.
  • 3 Night Hotel in Kathmandu and one night Hotel in Pokhara.
  • All your standard Meals during the lodge to lodge during the trek (Breakfasts,Lunches and Dinners), each meal one hot drinks.
  • All trekking and climbing related permit & fees, (Entry Permit Annapurna conservation fees).
  • TIMS (Trekking Information Management System).
  • Adventure White Himalaya Treks duffel bag/kit bag and T-shirt.
  • Nepal Government license on holder English speaking trekking guide.
  • The required number of local staff and porters to carry your luggage during the trek (We assign one porter for every two guests below 25 kg.).
  • All our government taxes, vat, tourist service charges.
  • Official expenses Insurance for guide and porters.
  • Salary for guide and porters.
  • All information about trekking, tour and expeditions.
  • Kathmandu to Besisahar, Besisahar to Syange Local Bus and Pokhara to Kathmandu Tourist Bus.
  • A Comprehensive Medical Kit.
  • Certificate of achievement.

Cost Exclude

  • International air fare your home Country to Nepal.
  • Nepal Entry Visa fees.
  • Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, lost, theft expenses.
  • Meals while not on the trek.
  • Personal Porter Personal expenses such as snacks, all drink, Wi-Fi, hot shower, gear, laundry, phone calls, etc.
  • Personal gear and expenses.
  • Tips for the guide and porter.
  • Domestic Air fare.
  • Personal trekking Equipment.
  • Extra night Accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountaion (deuto any reason) then the scheduled itinerary.
  • Travel insurance: Travel Insurance covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation. (you can buy it in your country you can’t buy it in Nepal)
  • Nepal entry visa: You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
  • Tourist Visa with Multiple entries for 30 days: This VISA can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency.
  • Tourist Visa with Multiple entries for 90 days: This VISA can be obtained by paying US $ 100. Please bring 2 copies of passport size photos).

Hint: Tips for the guide and porter (tips are not compulsory but this is your satisfaction with them if you are really happy with them service of them you can give as respect as tips). This itinerary is just a guideline. If you are not able you can customize your own.

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Information

Physical Level and Preparation

The demanding trip to the Annapurna Circuit trek requires adequate physical preparation. Because the walk involves walking for extended periods and climbing to high altitudes, it needs a moderate to high level of fitness after successfully completing the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Preparation Tips for Annapurna Circuit Trek

  • Cardiovascular Fitness: Regular aerobic exercises that increase endurance include cycling, jogging, and trekking.
  • Strength Training: For challenging terrain, bolster your upper body, core, and legs.
  • Altitude Acclimatization: To prevent altitude sickness, consider rest days in your plan for acclimatization.
  • Mental Preparedness: It’s a mental as well as a physical trip, so mentally prepare yourself for the hardships.

Group Size

Groups of two to twenty persons are usually led by a professional guide and accompanied by local personnel during the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The small group size promotes camaraderie and unique experiences.


Simple teahouses to luxurious hotels are available for lodging during the Annapurna Circuit Trek trail, depending on your preferences and what’s available along the way. Here is a list of popular places to stay:

  • Teahouses: These are straightforward, family-run lodges that offer a bed, simple food, and a cozy setting.
  • Lodges: Along the hike, there are settlements with lodges that offer extra facilities like attached restrooms and hot showers.
  • Tented Camps: Tented camps are another option for lodging in distant regions; these provide a more daring experience.


Annapurna Circuit Trek, it is important to pack light. Bring only a small daypack with the essentials (water, snacks, layers, camera), as your main gear will be carried between lodges by a porter or yak.

Spirit of Travel

Achieving the top is not as crucial as enjoying the experience and the journey during the Annapurna Circuit trek. Along the way, you will experience Sherpa culture, be in awe of the stunning scenery, and make lifelong friendships with fellow hikers. The beauty and persistence of the natural environment never cease to astound and inspire you on this experience that pushes your physical boundaries and uplifts your spirit.

Season of Annapurna Circuit Trek, distance traveled, services selected, and guide availability all affect the price.

Guided Trek: usually includes a guide, lodging, food, and permissions. It ranges in price from $1,000 to $1,500.

Independent Trek: For between $700 to $1,200, cost-conscious hikers can complete the trail without permits and equipment.

Peak vs. Off-Season: Trekking is more affordable in off-peak seasons (winter, monsoon), but it offers better weather in peak seasons (spring, fall).

Cancellation Fees:

Before beginning the Annapurna Circuit Trek, it’s crucial to be aware of any potential cancellation fees in case your plans change. Before booking a reservation, it’s critical to read and understand the tour operator’s cancellation policy because different operators may have different fees. In general, the closer your departure date is, the higher the cancellation fees may be. Consider purchasing cancellation coverage when purchasing travel insurance to reduce potential losses.

Tips for Annapurna Circuit Trek

  • Pack Light: You can avoid paying porter costs by packing lightly. Bring only clothing and necessities.
  • Local Currency: For modest purchases along the trail, bringing small quantities of Nepalese Rupees is advised. There are ATMs in larger towns like Pokhara.
  • Split Costs: To cut down on individual spending, if you’re traveling in a group, think about splitting the cost of lodging, food, and guides.

What Justifies Getting Insurance?

Insurance is a requirement while embarking on an adventure of Annapurna Circuit Trek, such as a climb to the Annapurna Circuit Trek. Even while it could appear like an extra cost, the comfort and security it provides are priceless. The following are strong arguments for thinking about getting insurance for your hike:

  • Emergency Medical Coverage: There are risks associated with trekking to high elevations, such as altitude sickness and injuries, such as being at the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Emergency medical costs are covered by travel insurance, including, if needed, helicopter evacuation.
  • Lost or Stolen Property: Personal property can be stolen or lost anywhere, including when hiking. The expense of replacing misplaced or stolen goods, such as equipment, electronics, or passports, may be covered by insurance.
  • Emergency Evacuation: You might need to be flown by helicopter to a medical center in the event of a serious illness or injury. Although these evacuations can be expensive, travel insurance frequently pays for them.
  • Search and Rescue: Insurance may be able to assist with the costs associated with conducting a search and rescue operation in certain, uncommon circumstances.


Annapurna Circuit Trek is an exciting adventure that passes through many environments with unpredictable weather. Having the appropriate equipment is crucial to ensuring your enjoyment, safety, and comfort during the Annapurna Circuit Trek trip. The following is a complete list of the tools you’ll need:

Small Personal Equipment

  • Backpack: A cozy, well-fitting backpack (30–40 liters) to hold water, snacks, additional clothing, and personal goods, among other everyday necessities.
  • Trekking Boots: Well-made, waterproof, cozy boots that provide supportive ankles.
  • Hiking Socks: Warm, moisture-wicking socks that keep your feet dry and blister-free.
  • Headlamp: For usage at night and in lodges with low lighting, a headlamp with additional batteries. This is all the necessary equipment for the Annapurna Circuit Trek.


Personal Pharmacy

  • Prescription Drugs: Please include a copy of your prescription for any prescription drugs you may require.
  • Painkillers: Over-the-counter analgesics such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
  • Antibiotics: Wide-spectrum drugs to treat common ailments.
  • Medication to prevent diarrhea: Imodium or a comparable drug.
  • First Aid Kit: Contains tweezers, gauze pads, adhesive tape, and antiseptic wipes.
  • Personal Prescriptions: Any other prescription drugs you may need.


Annapurna Circuit Trek Gear and Clothing

  • Base Layers: Breathable, moisture-wicking base layers for insulation and control of moisture.
  • Insulation: For lower temperatures, a cozy fleece or down jacket.
  • Outer Layer: A windproof, waterproof jacket with a hood to ward off the weather.
  • Trekking Pants: Versatile trekking pants with zip-off legs that are lightweight and quick to dry.
  • Gloves: For cold weather, mittens or gloves with insulation.
  • Hat: For protection from the heat, wear a sun hat or a thick beanie in chilly weather.



Validity of Passport: Verify that your passport is valid.

Nepal visa: Most visitors to Nepal must have a current visa in order to enter the nation. At other border crossings or the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you can obtain a visa. The consulate or embassy of Nepal in your residence country can provide you with the most up-to-date information as visa rules and costs are subject to change.


  • Altitude Sickness Medications: Consult a healthcare provider about taking drugs like acetazolamide, or Diamox, to prevent or cure altitude sickness. It’s critical to talk about the right dosage and any possible adverse effects.
  • Personal Prescriptions: Make sure you always have a sufficient amount of prescription medications on hand, as well as a copy of the prescription.
  • First Aid Kit: Carry a basic first aid kit at all times, complete with bandages, sterile wipes, painkillers, and any prescription drugs you might require.
  • Water Purification: Bring tablets or portable water filtration equipment to ensure you have safe drinking water during the  Annapurna Circuit Trek walk.

Annapurna Circuit Trek offers you the opportunity to experience Nepal’s magnificent scenery. Nepal is well known for its gracious people, rich cultural legacy, and stunning Himalayan peaks. This country guide includes information about legislation, customs, ecology, animals, safety precautions, and other pertinent topics for your hike:

Usages & Customs

Honor Local Culture: Nepal is a multicultural country where Hindu and Buddhist traditions coexist. It’s important to honor local customs, which include wearing modestly and removing your shoes before entering buildings such as residences or temples.

Namaste: In Nepal, it’s usual to greet someone with a polite “Namaste” and a small bow. Acquire a few fundamental phrases in Nepali to improve your communication with people there.


Regarding Your Strolls:

Teahouse Lodging: Throughout the hike, some teahouses provide food and lodging. It is customary to place food orders at your lodging because these businesses depend on the business of hikers.


Fauna and Flora

Biodiversity: The Annapurna region is home to a diverse diversity of wildlife, including Himalayan tahr, red pandas, snow leopards, Musk deer, Himalayan monals, and several bird species. When embarking on a journey, it is imperative to show respect for the local fauna and habitat.


Environmental Situation:

Leave No Trace: Reduce your influence on the environment by adhering to the principles of Leave No Trace. This includes eliminating single-use plastics and properly disposing of rubbish.

Local Initiatives: To improve the sustainability of the area, and support neighborhood environmental and conservation efforts.

Minimize Our Carbon Footprint

Hikers are advised to use reusable water bottles and to avoid single-use plastics.

We advocate for hiking with as little fuel as possible and staying at energy-efficient accommodations.

We recommend taking public transit whenever possible as an environmentally responsible mode of transportation.



Preserve Wildlife:

We strongly emphasize the conservation of wildlife and forbid disturbing or endangering it while on the walk.

Our contribution to local conservation efforts keeps the biodiversity of the area intact.


The Commandments of Responsible Travel:

Before the trip

Respect and Research: Find out as much as you can about the local environment, traditions, and culture. Recognize and honor regional customs as a sign of respect for the culture.

Pick Ethical Operators: Make sure that the hotels, tour companies, and other services you choose are firmly committed to sustainable tourism and ethical travel.

Pack With Thought: Pack light and only carry what you need. Avoid using single-use plastics and throwaway things to reduce waste..


During the Annapurna Circuit Trek trip

Respect local culture: Ask for permission before taking photos, dress modestly, and strike up a courteous conversation with the locals when you visit places of worship or cultural significance..

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: To cut down on waste, use reusable items and recycle as much as you can. Place trash in the proper container.

Energy and Resource Conservation: When not in use, turn off the lights, heaters, and air conditioners to conserve resources. Take shorter showers and use less water.


After the trip

Exchange Knowledge: To encourage moral travel behavior, impart to others your understanding of and experiences with responsible travel.

Think and Learn: Consider how you can travel more responsibly in the future after your experience.

Positive and constructive criticism regarding tour operators’ and lodgings’ efforts at responsible tourism should be directed towards them.

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Annapurna Circuit Trekking FAQ

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Simply, fill up and submit a booking form that is available at the following URL;
If there are any details you are unsure of, we are on hand to provide the answers, just send us an email or give us a call.

Your booking will only be confirmed by after you have submitted a completed booking form and made a non-refundable deposit of 10 percent of the cost of your trek or tour.

Note: Final payment is due to days prior to departure. We accept payment by cash, by credit card or by bank transfer to our company bank account.

If the cancellation letter is received by Adventure White Himalaya Treks more than 30 days prior to departure, the non-refundable deposit will be retained (maximum 10% of total land price) plus any air cancellation fees that may apply.

If the cancellation letter is received less than 30 days prior to departure, the following per person cancellation fees will apply;

→ 15 days prior to departure: 25% of the total price

→ 7 – 14 days prior to departure: 35% of the total price

→ Less than 7 days prior to departure: 50% of the total price (except for the total cost of government fees)

→ On departure date or later: 100% of the total price

A VISA for Nepal must be obtained prior to departure from your home country or a VISA can be obtained at KATHMANDU AIRPORT.
Please note that your passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 months after your return and two passport size photos is needed.
For more information, please visit the information page on the Nepal Tourism Board official website (

Yes, our staff will welcome you at the airport. They will be holding a sign board with your name on. They will then take you to your hotel and check in. Here, your guide will formally introduce himself and discuss the upcoming trip with you. You will be asked for two passport size photos and a photocopy of your passport for the trekking permit.

The differences boil down to accommodation and meals expenses between two packages. For instance, in a gold package, we provide you with accommodation in tea houses and all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) whereas, in silver packages, the trekkers pay by themselves. Apart from that, services included in a silver package match that of gold package.

We offer you accommodation in tea house (mountain lodge) in the Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu, Langtang region. A tea house is an amalgamation of social hang out, restaurant and guest house all in one. Most of them have running water in the facility, many of them having hot showers which the hotel will charge extra. The rooms come with blankets, some additional furniture with twin beds. While bathrooms are shared and toilets can either be a squat type of western style.

During trekking, you will usually have breakfast and dinner at the lodge where lunch will be between at one of the trail side restaurants. Traditional Nepali meal (Dal Bhat) i.e. rice and lentils as well as a variety of different western items such as pizza, pasta, and French fries. Most of the tea houses and trail side restaurants do have soft drinks, snacks and beer readily available.

In city areas, we will offer you a choice of hotels, depending on your requirements and your budget. We have a wide range of options and can discuss these with you. However, in the trekking areas, we use the local lodges or tea houses or homestays if required we will arrange for all necessary camping equipment.
Most properties in the trekking areas are simple with basic facilities. We use those we know to be the best offering in terms of comfort, food and facilities.

Yes, trekkers can also be accommodated with vegetarian meals along with a variety of western items and traditional Nepali meal, Dal Bhat. We recommend you eat vegetarian and happy to facilitate that with the tea houses.

For in most tea houses have running water facility with hot shower. Some of them have hot water but not in the shower but from a bucket as expected. Most bathrooms are shared and toilets can be either squat type of the western version.

In Autumn season, the afternoons are quite moderate. In good weather, it can get 15°C to 20 °C approximately above 4,000m and 0°C to 5 °C in the mornings and the evenings. The weather above 4,000m changes frequently with abrupt snowfall and temperature getting approximately -5°C to 15 °C but that all depends solely on the weather at that time.

Even if you never went trekking, you need not worry, you are always qualified for any trekking in Nepal. If you are spirited, reasonably fit, enjoy walking, you will be fine. But we do suggest you’ve dabbled in physical activities such as running, swimming, hiking before you embark on this journey.

While in Nepal, the electricity specifications are 220 – 240-volt 50Mhz (50 cycles per second) of power. You just might need to have a plug adapter in case of socket fitting which can be bought in Kathmandu before the trek. You might have to pay a small fee per hour for recharging facilities in some places.

Yes, we are a licensed agency. We are a Nepal Government and TAAN registered trekking agency. We are also member of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and the Himalaya Rescue Association (HRA). You are in safe hands travelling with us.

Yes. Travel insurance with maximum medical cover is essential for all trips to Nepal.

Yes. Our cultural tour guides and city guides are quite proficient. Our trek guides or Sirdar and assistants speak good English and are able to explain your surroundings, there culture and any sight that catches your eye.

Tea houses are generally built using local materials and are quite comfortable. Often family run, they usually provide single and double rooms as well as the occasional dormitory. The dining room is downstairs and often uses fire. All food will be cooked according to order in the family kitchen. The toilet facilities will be separate, sometimes outside. Most lodges provide a mattress and a quilt or blanket. It’s a good idea to always have a sleeping bag, a sleeping mat may be useful and perhaps an inflatable pillow. Most places will provide you with a lock for your room, but you may prefer to use one of your own. Theft is almost unheard of from the lodge owners; security is more of a risk around other Westerners. Along the way there are a few ‘up market’ places to stay.
If you choose a camping trek, a tent will be provided if you do not have your own. We provide a kitchen tent, dining tent and toilet tents for all camping treks. You should bring your own sleeping bags, mats and whatever other home comforts you need. We usually camp in or near a village, which allows you to buy luxury items such as chocolate, beer or soft drinks, which we do not carry with us. We also provide a limited amount of toilet paper and facilities for hand and face washing before meals. You will also get a bowl of hot water each morning in your tent for a quick scrub up.

Yes, we do. If you would like to travel independently, or with your friends, families and colleagues, you are invited to choose any of the trips at your convenient timeframe for any number of people (minimum 1 and maximum as your wish).

Cost of private trip is fixed on the basis of group size, trek area, duration and trek style, is negotiable. We also arrange treks for single woman. If none of our fixed group departure dates work for you and you do not have anyone to accompany you, you can still be able to make your preferred trip with us. There is absolutely nothing to worry about making it a solo trip. We assign local guide and porters whom you can trust your life with.

If you go trekking into the mountainous regions and high national parks of Nepal, you will be required to a trekking permit, called TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management Systems). Some restricted regions of Nepal also require additional permits to visit. Climbing also necessitates permits for climbers and porters and the cost varies for categories of submit and altitude. Adventure White Himalaya Treks will organize all necessary permits for you as part of our service commitment. For more information, please visit the official website of Nepal Tourism Board (

All our trekking programs are classified into three different categories according to the level of difficulty. Soft Adventure treks are only about a week to 10 days in duration. They generally do not go above 4000 meters and each day, you can expect to be walking for around 4 – 5 hours a day.

While moderate is a little harder and more challenging treks which take you right into high mountain country. These can be physically quite tiring, involving approximately 6 – 8 hours trekking along rocky ridges of high Himalayan peaks.

Strenuous treks are longer trekking that go far beyond the normal haunts of trekkers and tourists. Physically challenging, these may involve 7 – 9 hours trekking and likely to include unfavorable weather conditions and strenuous activities.

Definitely not for beginners.

Most tea houses cook a good range of mostly vegetarian fare. Pasta, tuna bakes, noodles, potatoes, eggs, daal-bhat, bread, soup, fresh vegetables (variety depends on the season) and even some desserts like apple pies, pancakes, and some interesting attempts at custard.

You will find a lot of garlic on the menu because it assists with acclimatization – eat some every day.
In many larger villages, you may find some meat in the menu. You can always get hot chocolate, tea, and hot lemon drinks, as well as soft drinks, and treats like chocolate and crisps. If you are on a camping trek, the cook can prepare specially requested food if you advise before leaving Kathmandu.

In any case, you will have similar fare to tea houses, except that along the way we may buy some fresh local produce such as fish, chicken or cheese to supplement the supplies. And the cost of all the food we prepare is included in the price of camping treks – you can eat as much as you like. Whichever option you choose, you can be assured that the food is fresh, nutritious and tasty. If you have any special dietary requirements please advise us in advance so that we can make the necessary arrangements.

On camping trek, our staff will boil and cook meals treated by potassium permanganate or iodine. On tea house trek, you will be able to buy safe hot drinks and mineral water in the tea house, however, to help conserve our environment and reduce porters loads, we recommend you to bring water purification tablets.

Health care services in Kathmandu Valley are sound. All kinds of medicines, including those imported from overseas are available in Kathmandu. Kathmandu Valley also offers the services of major general hospitals and private clinics. Health posts have been set up by the government in different parts of rural Nepal. For major health crisis or emergency, one may have to be evacuated to Kathmandu.

Useful Tips:

  • A travel insurance policy that covers medical treatment is recommended for all tourists.
  • Similarly, we recommend you to make sure that the insurance covers activities such as trekking and rafting that you will be undertaking during you stay in Nepal.
  • Getting special vaccinations are not necessary when visiting Nepal.
  • We still recommend that you consult with your physician regarding special immunizing against any tropical disease.
  • It may be a good idea to get a complete checkup before departure.
  • We recommend that you undertake training programs to be physically fit if you plan to go high-altitude trekking or mountaineering when you are visiting Nepal.

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  • Please make sure that food is thoroughly cooked and served hot when eating out. *
  • Please make sure that salads and fruits are washed with purified water or peeled when eating out.
  • Beware of food that has been kept out in the open for long.
  • Always make sure that your water is clean by opting for boiled and then cooled water, treated water or sealed water from reputed brand.
  • Always carry a bottle of water when trekking or venturing off away from the city or town.
  • Do not walk bare feet on damp mud and grass in unknown areas.
  • Please do not swim in lakes and water bodies, especially where depth and vegetation are not known.
  • Always carry and use mosquito repellant when in Terai region or during summers.
  • Please have a handy medical first-aid kit ready for any situation.

Security and safety are a high priority, there are often risks associated with adventure travel, particularly to overseas destinations that you should consider before booking. Our trip operators constantly monitor their areas of operation and will cancel or re-route a trip if they feel a destination is unsafe.

The decision to travel to a particular country or region is personnel one. However, in trekking, all our guides and other support crew are carefully chosen for your trips. Our guides hold license issued by the Nepal Government. They are very honest and reliable. But, we would also advise you to take care of your own personal belongings. If you ar eon ‘camping trek’, please do not leave your bags unattended for your own safety. Take your main bag inside the tent once you reach the campsite.

At night, put all bags and belongings in the middle of the tent. Your guide assigns a Sherpa each night to guard the campsite. If you have to take sensible precautions yourself at all times.
Never leave your baggage unattended.

Most of our trips require active participation, in general, the fitter you are the more likely you are to enjoy the trip. We grade each of our treks taking into consideration the altitude, number of days and general gradient.

Bearing in mind you will be in the Himalayas you do need to have a degree of fitness, if you wish to discuss any of the details further with us, we are more than happy to help.

Weather in the mountains is notoriously difficult to predict however, Nepal does have a pretty reliable climate. In the mountains, nights are generally cold; depending on the altitude you will find extra layers, often a down jacket useful. Winters brings with it cold days but, when the Sun is out it is quite beautiful and often warm enough for T-shirts to be worn.

There can be snow or rain storms any time of the year. Trekking in spring (March – April) is particularly lovely as the Rhododendrons are in full bloom, and the mountain still have plenty of high snow to enhance your photos.

You need to be aware that it can get pretty hot and sunstroke can be a risk. Good polarizing sunglasses for high altitudes or winter treks and a large brimmed hat are a necessity. It is also important to make sure that you cans stay warm and dry in just about any conditions.

Expect the unexpected! If unsure about the weather conditions on the trail, ask your guide.

Every effort will be made to keep to your itinerary, but as this is adventure travel in a remote mountain region, we cannot guarantee it. Weather conditions and the health of trekkers can all contribute to changes.

The guides and their Sherpa assistants will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but please be prepared to be flexible if necessary.

Some tips on the common etiquettes practiced by Nepali people should be useful to visitors.

  • The form of greeting in Nepal is ‘Namaste’ performed by joining both palms together. It literally means ‘the divine in me salutes the divine in you’.
  • As a mark of respect, Nepalese usually take their shoes off before entering someone’s house or place of worship.
  • Food or material that has been touched by another person’s mouth is considered impure or ‘Jutho’ and, therefore, is not accepted unless among close friends or family.
  • Touching something with feet or using the left hand to give or take may not be considered auspicious.
  • Women wearing skimpy outfits are frowned upon especially in the rural parts of the country.
  • As a part of the tradition, some Hindu temples do not allow non-Hindus to enter.
  • Leather articles are prohibited inside some temple areas.
  • Walking around temples or stupas is traditionally done clockwise.
  • To avoid conflict photography is carried out after receiving permission from the object or person.
  • Nodding of the head means ‘yes’ while shaking of the head means a ‘No’. A slight dangling of head from left to right means ‘Ok’.

Most importantly, do not panic.

You should always ensure that you have a well-stocked and appropriate medical kit as well as sufficient insurance in case you should have to be evacuated. A slight case of diarrhea is to be expected, as well as sprains and muscle aches – all a part of walking in the hills.

Altitude sickness is extremely dangerous, but mostly avoidable if you follow a few simple rules: trek high and sleep low, drink at least 3 liters of water per day (not including beer or soft drinks!), and be sensible.

If you feel shortness of breath, a slight headache or dizziness, tell your porter or guide and rest immediately. Lie down, drink water. If you are still feeling unwell, you may consider going down a few hundred meters. Do not pretend you are okay, and do not go down alone.

A descent of a few hundred meters overnight may be enough to make you fully able to start trekking again tomorrow.

For more information, please visit this excellent site will tell you all you need to know, and also include a phonetic Nepali questionnaire for your porter. Porters are just as prone to altitude sickness as everyone else is.

Always make sure that your porter has enough warm and waterproof clothes – if he does not ask us to provide some. Keep an eye on your porter (just as he keeps an eye on you) when on the trail. The porter is working for you and his welfare is your responsibility – if he is unwell give him the day off and watch him. If he shows signs of altitude sickness, you must be firm and take him down to a safer altitude. Never leave him to wander alone down the mountain.

Make sure that he has sufficient food and drink. Your porter can also be your friend – talk to him about his family. Most porters are students trying to earn extra cash, or married with very young families. These guys can be away from home for months on end carrying packs up and down hills. It’s a hard life and small gestures of appreciation, like buying them a cup of tea, never go astray.

Sometimes, the porter or guide may go ahead if you are walking slowly on an easy trail, usually to find a good place to eat or stay the night.

However, this doesn’t mean that you have been abandoned. Adventure White Himalaya Trek’s porters or guides will never leave you for long periods and will never steal your bag or belongings. Guaranteed.

On all our camping treks, we provide the tents, sometimes dome tents, sometimes sturdy A-frames and normally people share one tent between two, a form mattress each, all the cutlery and utensils, cooking pots, stoves, candles or kerosene lantern, tables and stools, kitchen tent, dining tent and toilet tent.

We have a fleet of mostly tourist vehicles of all types and sizes, from small two-seater luxury cars to large capacity luxury tourist coaches.

This will depend on the destination and your spending habits. However, our trip dossiers will give you an idea of how to budget for additional meals, optional excursions, and extra expenses you might incur on any specific trip.

Yes, in most cities. But, you can’t use your credit card in remote and less developed areas at all.

Payment in hotels, travel agencies, and airlines are made in foreign exchange. Credit cards like American Express, Master, and VISA are accepted at major hotels, shops, and restaurants. Remember to keep your foreign exchange encashment receipt while making foreign exchange payments or transferring foreign currency into Nepali rupees. The receipt may be needed to change left-over Nepali currency into hard currency before leaving the country. However, only 10 percent of the total amount may be converted by the bank.

ATM is widely in use in Kathmandu. Major Banks, hotels and exchange counters at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) provide services for exchanging foreign currency.

Exchange rates are published in English dailies such as Rising Nepal, The Kathmandu Post and The Himalayan Times. Nepali currency notes are found in denominations of Rupees 1000, 500, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1. Coins are found in denominations of Rupees 5, 2 and 1. One rupee equals 100 paisa.

Tips are not included, but are greatly appreciated by your guide and porters. This depends on your budget and level of appreciation, but 10 percent of your cost is a good guideline.

In the case of a serious sickness or a casualty, we will arrange a helicopter evacuation. Since you are entirely liable for all the expenses incurred in evacuation please make sure that it is covered by your insurance before signing for it or be prepared to pay on your own after getting back to Kathmandu. Ask your guide to arrange a runner to go to the nearest communication point, he/she needs to call our office and let us know the details. While asking for the helicopter, we will need your exact location and details of the casualty. DO not move from your location, the helicopter will be with you as soon as possible

Yes, we will be delighted to help. Just let us know as far in advance as possible and we will do what we can.

Annapurna Circuit Trekking Reviews

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Annapurna circuit trek with Adventure White Himalaya Treks: Greatest Experience

Adventure White Himalaya Trek in one word is superb ! Upfront communication with Ganesh was very efficient and the trek went very well. Mr Ganesh receive me at the airport took me safe at the hotel at midnight. The day next we started the trek, our guide Bhoj Raj was a star. He was trustworthy, reliable and always smiling with a great sense of humors.
They all were excellent and was perfect in organizing any sort of tour in a perfect way. I can wholeheartedly recommend them, the Adventure White Himalaya Treks. Thank you !

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Our Annapurna circuit,Throng -La Pass trek was super awesome which is organizing by Adventure White Himalaya Treks Pvt. Ltd.(best Trekking in Nepal). All the team members are Excellent. Friendly and Helpful; were very encouraging and professional for the whole trip. We really enjoy our Annapurna circuit trip with them. Highly recommended services!!

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