Short Annapurna Circuit Trek in Nepal

16 Days, Multiple Departures

Short Annapurna Circuit Trek in Nepal
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The Annapurna Ranges, Everest Ranges and Kanchenjunga Base Camp treks are three of the most well-known treks in Nepal, but in most cases Annapurna Circuit trek has always topped the list. This trek is nothing sort of a masterpiece due to its variations in landscapes, weather, culture and much more. The trek starts from low altitude Bhulbhule at 840 meters and gradually inclines up to 5,416 meters at Thorong La Pass. The trek makes a circle and covers the major attractions of Nepal that are the flatlands, hilly regions and the mighty Mountains. We cover the two hidden valleys of Nepal that are Mustang and Manang which are very well known among the trekkers due to the region’s unique desert like landscapes. After covering all of these beautiful valleys we end our trek at Jomsom by cheering with infamous Marpha wine.

The trek takes typically longer to complete than the programme we’ve prepared for you. This package is a short insight to beautiful Annapurna Region for the people who don’t have enough time to complete the whole circuit. It can be done with friends and family with good physical ability. The altitude goes above 5000 meters so children below 12 years aren’t recommended to be taken to this trek. You also get to experience the way of life of people in the Himalayan remote region of Nepal. As you hike upto Thorong La Pass you’ll pass many beautiful villages and exquisite monasteries with welcoming and wonderful people. The food and the culture are also one of the most exquisite attractions of the region.

As the altitude goes above 5,000 meters during the Annapurna Circuit Trek, trekkers need to be in a very good physical shape before embarking on the journey. Basic physical exercises are recommended to all the travellers 3-4 months prior to the trek. For your own comfort carrying basic trekking gears with you is also recommended to all the trekkers. There might be some hardships along the way but the trek surely will be worth it as you taste the authentic local foods and beverages along with the spectacular sceneries. The permits needed for the trek are TIMS permit and Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permits, which we will acquire for you before you start the trek.

After a short visit of major UNESCO world heritage sites in Kathmandu, he trek begins with a spectacular drive to Bhulbhule, the place where our trek begins. We head to Ghermuphant and stay for the night with a belly full of local foods and beverages. We embark to beautiful village Tal the next day, which will be around 5 to 6 hours of walk. We reach pass many beautiful landscapes the next day and enjoy the best sceneries in the region before raching Chame to stay for the Night. We move on to Pisang the next day. We head on to Manang the next day where we’ll enjoy the local food and sleep. We move onwards to Yak Kharka and Thorong Base Camp. The next day we start early and head to Mustang crossing the iconic Thorong Laa pass. We move downwards to Mustang and onwards to Jomsom. We fly back to Pokhara and take a stunning drive back to Kathmandu the next day which marks the end to our spectacular Short Annapurna Circuit Trek.

About The Host

We are a team of young, energetic, and hardworking professionals, assisting people from across the globe, to experience and explore Nepal, one of the natural and cultural destinations in the world. We have been working in this field for more than 6 years with a new vision and direction. We organize adventure trips to the Himalayas, mountains, Tarai, and even outside the country, Everest Base Camp being the most preferred and popular one.

We feel proud to be one of the leading trekking companies in Nepal. We deliver the best travel activities such as Inbound, Outbound, Domestic, tour guide, interpreter, transportation, air ticket, accommodation, etc. We are an official member of the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Trekking Agents Association of Nepal (TAAN), Kathmandu Environment Education Project (KEEP), and many more local tourism bodies. With the motto “Your Satisfaction and Safety is our first priority“, our experienced professional team leaves no stone unturned in providing quality service to our clients.

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