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Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek – 7 Days

"In the heart of beautiful sanctuary within a week of scenic adventure"

Trip Duration: 7 days

Highlights of Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek – 7 Days

  • Short Annapurna base camp trek is a budget trip to explore the adventure of the 10th highest mountain (Annapurna 8,091m) within a beautiful Sanctuary within 7 days.
  • You enjoy picturesque and cultural great walks around the fantastic area on high Annapurna rolling green hills.
  • Explore sub-tropical climate to alpine hills and end at polar temperatures of ice and glaciers.
  • Nowhere in the Himalayas can complete treks to Annapurna base camp within 7 days.
  • Experience different aspects of traditional activities of Gurung and Magar culture.
  • It follows the raging river to its glacial source at high arresting Annapurna Sanctuary at base camp.
  • Explore diverse flora and fauna.

Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek – 7 Days Overview

The Short Annapurna Base Camp trek is a budget trip that is an ideal destination for enthusiastic Himalayan adventure trekkers. Still, the trek indeed covered the distance from alluring Pokhara to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) within a 7 days time frame.

Adventure Alpine Gorkha Treks organized the Annapurna Base Camp trek 7 days trip for trekkers who are very keen on an adventure surrounding the high Himalayas. It is an ideal trekking itinerary for trekkers who have limited time in Nepal, exploring the Annapurna Base Camp at a budget cost in a short time.

In a short duration, you will enjoy the trek from various perspectives from the cultural villagers of Annapurna conservation. The Gurung dynasty with its impressive practice and traditional life, enchanting woodland filled with lush green Rhododendron, Oaks, Firs, Bamboo, and Pines, trekking in the mighty shade gigantic Himalayas of the Annapurna region.

The Short Annapurna Base Camp trek itinerary is a phenomenal adventurous journey where you are staying overnight at a pleasing and cozy tea house. The tea house accommodations are facing excellent Himalayas vista of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range within a picturesque Sanctuary.

From Chomrong onwards with ups and down enter the deep gorge of the Modi River. It is protected with lush green forest following the Modi River upstream to reach a broad plateau at Annapurna Conservation. Also, enclosed by an array of white snow-capped Himalayas of the Annapurna massif range.

On entering into picturesque and alluring conservation, then we will reach our main target located at the east of Sanctuary. Here, you will be glorified with a fantastic panorama of giant high peaks, which neighbor you at Annapurna base camp (ABC). It is located at the foot of the 10th world highest Mt. Annapurna towers at 8,091 m, the first 8,000 m peak ever conquered in mountaineering history.

You will be enjoying marvelous moments while trekking to Annapurna base camp. And the return journey takes you through Chomrong while you reach Jhinu village. This village with a freshening natural hot spring is a great place to complete the walk with a short scenic drive to Pokhara after an exciting seven days ABC trek.

The trip begins from lovely Pokhara, the renowned touristic destination for its high altitude snow-capped peaks and lakes’ natural beauty. The trek starts with a short drive towards Chomrong village, populated by Gurung, the aboriginal family of the Annapurna conservation.

Note: Annapurna base camp trek can be customized per the guest’s time and interest. It can be extended to 15 days Annapurna base camp trek via Poon Hill. However, it will determine how long it takes to accomplish your destination. The trek can begin from various points and it will depend upon your time frame.

Best Season for Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

Nearly all seasons of the year, you can book  7 day Annapurna base camp budget trek package. March to May spring season will be the best time when wildflowers, especially the rhododendron (Nepal national flower), are blooming. The walk will be more attractive with beautiful, bright morning till afternoon, with some rainy chances.

October to early December is another best month around Autumn/Fall and the beginning of winter, most days are unobstructed views and walks. But can be much colder with freezing temperatures as altitude gains with chances of snow sometimes.

In the Monsoon months (mid-June to mid-September), fewer trekkers venture to the Annapurna base camp. The lodge can be closed sometimes due to the harsh and humid climate, which makes the walking trails much harder and slippery. But much greener hills with lush vegetation in wet seasons.

Accommodation Tea Houses Trek

While starting a journey you had an opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the Annapurna conversation project which was unforgettable with each and every movement in your life. Time and again trekkers are looking for comfortable accommodation and they do also favor clients you can see along the trek luxurious tea houses on the basis of the guest choice that depends on their choice. This trekking route offers you various types of tea houses, it differs from the lower part of the trek and higher altitude of the trek but local tea houses provide the best hotel service.

Annapurna base camp short trek is a fabulous trekking trail, it leads from lower altitude to higher elevation Annapurna base camp is 4130m from the sea level.  However, you don’t need to compromise any sort of difficulty to take part in the trek. There were moderate types of trekking routes and you can finish the trek within a week, so you don’t feel monotonous because the perfect local tea houses offer friendly and hospitality service.

Entry permit and requirement

For the Annapurna base camp trek you must have two types of trekkers permit;

  • Annapurna conservation area project (ACAP) entry permit
  • TIMS (Tourist Information Management System) card.

Both Annapurna base camp trek permits can be acquired from the Nepal tourism board Bhrikutimandap Kathmandu Nepal and Pokhara Tourist information center.

You must bring flowing documents to get Annapurna base camp trek permits

  • Passport photocopy
  • Two passport size Picture
  • Starting and ending trekking date
  • Entry and existing date
  • Emergency contact information (family contact number)
  • Travel insurance details

Permit fees; Annapurna conservation project permits NRS 3000 per person for foreigners and NRS 1000 for SAARC citizens and Nepali 100 rupees per person.

TIMS card: NRS 1000 for foreign tourists and for SAARC countries tourists have to pay NRS 300 per person.

You don’t need to worry about that our company representative or guide will arrange all these things for your trip.

Pokhara Major Attraction

Pokhara is the best city for an excursion where you had abandoned options for the adventure. Except for tour and trekking you can enjoy Paragliding, Boating, skyline, and skydiving or you can meditate in such a cool and calm place where you could get the pleasure of the surrounding natural beauty.  Pokhara is the city of Lake you can explore different five natural lakes and enjoy the shrine environment. Plus, you would have got some exploration of local villages and also experience of different ethnic culture and life. That is possible through the short Annapurna base camp trek, you do have that option because you are getting tired of hiking higher altitudes and refreshed from the beautiful Pokhara city.

Options via Poon Hill Trek (3210m)

If you have more than two weeks then why don’t you choose the Annapurna base camp trek via Poon Hill. That was the perfect 360 standpoint for the panoramic view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range. That was the significant part of this trek where you got beyond that expectation because of the outstanding heavenly trekking trail and super views of crystal clear mountains range.

Besides, you do have an opportunity to observe sunrise and sunset views from Poon Hill. Ghorepani (2840m) will provide tea houses service, staying overnight and early morning 40 minutes’ walk offers mesmerizing views of mountains. From here you can see Mount Annapurna South, Himchuli, Bhara Sikhar, Machhapuchree, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, and numerous mountain peaks.

Diverse Flora and Fauna

Short Annapurna base camp trek-7 days offers your diverse flora and fauna along the trekking route. This Annapurna conversation areas projects cover 7,629 km2 (2,946 sq. mi) areas and you can able to explore the natural beauty. During the trek, you can watch various types of birds, Himalayan goats, and different types of butterflies. Plus, this region protects rare animals like Snow leopards and Red Pandas, and some endangered species in this region trek.

Explore Machhapuchra Base Camp

Machhapuchere base camp is one of the significant parts of this trek where you can get astonishing snowcapped mountains like Fishtail, Annapurna II, III Iv, Gangapurna, and so on. Here, you can get a close view of snow glaciers as well as snowfalls. Here we can start our peak climbing to the Tent peak as well as others. Thus if you have sufficient time then it will be the perfect place to spend your overnight with the glorious lap of the Himalayas.

Enjoy natural hot spring Jhinu Danda

When you return back from the Annapurna base camp trek you really enjoy the natural hot spring and having a bath. It was popular another attraction for the trekkers and they loved to do that one. Natural hot spring is located on the bank of the Modi Khola River and every trekker feels better with the pleasant sound as well as the natural surroundings.

Altitude Sickness and Acclimatization 

Annapurna base camp lies at the bottom of Annapurna I (8091m) tenth highest mountain in the world. The highest elevation of the Annapurna base camp trek is 4130m from sea level. Getting a higher altitude means a thinner oxygen level that can be hard to breathe in a higher elevation walk. 

You have to get used to that in a higher altitude low level of air, walk slowly and steadily which helps your body hydrated. If you walk fast and are worried about the destination in less time that might be chances of dehydration and altitude sickness. 

Altitude sickness also called Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) symptoms are headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, hard to breathe, fatigue, and so on happened over 2500m altitude. To overcome the problem of these symptoms you must have plenty of liquid (water, tea, soup and etc.), which will be keeping hydrated our body and lessen the chances of altitude sickness. For mild cases, you must have Diamox and get rest overnight, it will help you to overcome the symptoms of mountain sickness.  

We have to cure symptoms of altitude sickness, and if the condition becomes worse should be transferred to a lower elevation as soon as possible. In such a way, if a patient could not get relief then we must transfer to city areas like Pokhara and Kathmandu for better treatment. Mountain sickness can be the cause of death sometimes if you neglected that. Our experience and professional guide will help you to make a situation better and don’t hesitate to ask them to find a solution. They are well-known about the Himalayan region weather and walking pace to minimize the difficulty during the trek. 

Elevation Oxygen level
1000m/3,281ft 88%
2500m/8,202ft 73%
3000m/9,843ft 68%
3500m/11,483ft 64%
4000m/13,123ft 60%
4500m/14,764ft 57%

Internet Connectivity 

Internet connections are easily available nowadays during the Annapurna base camp trek. Every tea house offers a Wi-Fi service and you can share your experience with your loved ones, relatives, and friends and posted some views on your social media. 

We do have some options to use the internet by using a Sim card on your mobile phone like NCELL which is useful sometime Wi-Fi doesn’t work. However, sometimes higher altitudes it doesn’t work, so you have to use the tea house’s internet service. 

Drinking Water 

Water is highly essential for the altitude trek because it keeps our body hydrated and out of the problem of mountain sickness. Therefore, you must drink 4-5 liters of fluid per day. 

Since 2015 Annapurna region banned plastic water bottles and where you can easily access safe drinking water at each tea house along the trek. You must have to bring a reusable bottle along with you can refill it with hot and cold water that will be an affordable cost to buy a bottle of water. You can bring a Steri pen option that can help you to clean drinking tap water or you can also use medicine for purification. Mountain water is clean and pure and we didn’t find any impurities but you have to purify it while using it. 

Plus, we can use iodine and chlorine but it will alter the test of water. Instead, you can add flavor electrolyte powder that will help you to avoid bad chemical tests and is easily available in Kathmandu pharmacy. 

Having electrolytes in the drinking water that helps you to get some minerals like potassium, sodium, magnesium, etc. you might lose while walking but you can get back with it. 

During the trek, tea houses provide hot and purified water but you have to pay extra. It will differ as you are heading towards higher elevation and the cost will be rose as you walk higher altitude.   

Packing list for Annapurna base camp trek

If you are really worried about packing for the Annapurna base camp trek then you should think about weather conditions and when you want to travel. It’s not a complicated task but you have to be careful while packing that will lead your voyage comfortable and enjoyable. Here is a general list for the Annapurna base camp trek; 

  • Pair of good ankle support shoes 
  • Daypack 30ltr with waterproof 
  • Trekking pants and waterproof trousers 
  • T-shirts 
  • Down jacket 
  • Wind/waterproof light jacket 
  • Fleece jumper or jacket 
  • Inner trouser 
  • Socks and underwear
  • Sunglass, sun hat, woolen hat 
  • Inner and outer gloves 
  • Headlamp, power bank, and batteries 
  • Sun protection cream, wet wipes, and hand sanitizer 
  • Towel, sandals, and toiletries 
  • Water bottle 
  • Sleeping bag and liner, etc. 

Most of the trekking gear is readily available to hire in Kathmandu. Therefore, make your luggage lighter and more comfortable and only necessary items bring with you otherwise ruined your travel. Thamel offers you a broad range of quality equipment and gear for the Himalayan region trek. 

You can leave your spare clothes at your hotel. It will be safe and free of cost but you have to make sure to lock your luggage before heading towards the journey. 

Travel Insurance 

For the Annapurna base camp trek, you must have a good insurance policy that will cover most of the activities during the trek. So we are highly requested to have the best insurance company before starting the trek from your own home country. This trek’s highest point is 4130m altitude and your insurance should cover up to this level. 

Our main priority is your safety during the Himalayan region trek, we are not doing any kind of delay or imposed during emergencies that much altitude. When you arrived at a higher altitude there will be thinner oxygen and trekkers usually suffer from altitude sickness, if not treated well it will cause them of dying. 

Trekking in higher elevations you might face physical injuries and that should cover your insurance. Before the trip, you have to confirm whether injuries and emergency meet their policy or not. 

Your insurance policy should cover emergency helicopter rescue and hospitalization, medical emergency, and so on and it can be expensive for you. Also, your insurance company requires vaccination before leaving your home town for the traveling country which will be helpful for you claiming the insurance. 

Don’t forget to read the policy before printing it which will help you to confirm domestic and international flight cancellation and baggage loss insurance. 

Trip Reviews

An unforgettable journey to Annapurna Base Camp

Rated 5.0 out of 5
August 28, 2019

I completed the Annapurna base camp short trek with Adventure Alpine Gorkha Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd in March. I found their management was excellent, and they provided helpful information while we asked about the trip. The company offers the best accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara along the Annapurna trek.

Our guide, Ram, was kind, helpful, and friendly, and he always made fun along the trekking trail. He has immeasurable knowledge and experience of the Himalayan region trek in Nepal. So, we finished our holiday with more adventure and a memorable lifetime journey. Thank you very much.

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Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek – 7 Days Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to near Jhinu village and walk to Chomrong (06 hours)

High Altitude: 2,170m Chomrong

Meal: Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Tea houses

Depart early morning from Pokhara, drive through Modi Khola valley beyond Pokhara valley having a mesmerizing view of nature. Then you will reach the starting location of the trek passing a suspension bridge to arrive at Jhinu Danda village.

From Jhinu one half-hour trek, you will arrive at top of Chomrong village. You are moving to the large Gurung village at Chomrong staying at the lovely tea house. Chomrong is the gateway to Annapurna Sanctuary, mostly inhabited by the Gurung ethnic tribe of Nepal. Here, you will enjoy an overnight at a tea house providing pleasing accommodation with experience the hospitality of the Gurung community.

Chomrong is the biggest populated Gurung village, it is the last permanent human settlement on the ABC trekking trail.

Day 02: Trek to Dovan (06 hrs)

High Altitude: 2,630 Dovan

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Accommodation: Tea Houses

After Chomrong facing vista of Annapurna South, Himchuli, and Machhapuchre, a short trip leads downhill until you cross Chomrong Khola Bridge. Then you will ascend to reach the small place at Sinuwa, where you can get a few tea houses.

Trekking trail leads you winding path with few ascending and descending into the cool shadow of pine and rhododendron forest then descending to a small settlement of Bamboo. Here you enjoy the bamboo forest with charming excellent tea houses to stay. After Bamboo village, a slow climb takes you overnight at Dovan, a tiny spot above Modi River situated in a gorge.

Day 03: Trek to Machhapuchare Base Camp (06 hrs)

High Altitude: 3,700m MBC (Machhapuchare Base Camp)

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Accommodation: Tea Houses

While you start to trek on route flowing your destination walk on winding uphill into the forest to arrive at Himalaya (2,920m). Further walk, you will find a cave it is called Hinko, beneath Annapurna South (7,219m) and Himchuli (6,640m) peaks, which is close to the Deurali.

Here, you have a short break and walk past the landslide-prone area with glacier sections above Modi River. You will arrive at Deurali after a short climb, a beautiful place with some excellent tea houses.

Deurali is the possible lunch place, continuously following the Modi River upstream as climb leads to small steep ups where tree lines fade for little alpine bushes and then reaching MBC.

Machhapuchare base camp (MBC) lies below the North West Face of Machhapuchare Himal the popular, it is also called Fish Tail Mountain. A mountain with a twin summit resembles ‘fishtail’ one of the virgin and unclimbed Himalayas.

Day 04: Annapurna Base Camp Trek (ABC/4,130m) (03 hrs)

High Altitude: 4,130m Annapurna base camp (ABC)
Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accommodation: Tea house

Today’s short trek to Annapurna Base Camp, you will arrive at your main destination, the charming Annapurna conservation, it is called Annapurna base camp. While walking through the pleasant trekking trail that leads to beautiful ABC enjoy the immense beauty of the Annapurna Himalayan range. Annapurna base camp is located surrounded by giant mountains.

After arriving at ABC you had lunch, acknowledge the breathtaking vista of the enormous Annapurna Himalayan range including Mt. Annapurna, I, and Machhapuchre. And then you can walk around the ABC to explore the beauty of the Himalayas and glaciers. Mt Annapurna I (8,091m) is ever climbed above 8000m Altitude Mountain in 1950 by a French mountaineer. But Mt Everest was summited later in 1953, from ABC you enjoy the wonderful scenery of snowcapped mountains and its polar landscapes.

Day 05: From ABC to Bamboo (06 hrs)

High Altitude: 2,345m Bamboo

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Accommodation: Tea Houses

On the fifth day of the short Annapurna base camp trek, you have an amazing sunrise view over the Himalayan range like Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7219m), Fish Tail (6996m), and many more snowcapped mountains. Take some beautiful pictures of the Himalayas for your adventurous and memorable journey. We walk around the ABC having wonderful morning views of nature with beautiful landscape.

Having breakfast, ready your backpack, and starting our journey, you are fully flowing the same way back, mostly downhill until you arrive at Bamboo. Plus, you might be seen alpine region wild animals like Deer, Himalayan Goat, Monkey and a variety of birds. You enjoy the walk because of the pleasant sounds of the birds chirping and natural views. Finally, arrive at your today’s destination after the beautiful walk.

Day 06: Trek to Jhinu village with Hot Spring - 06 hrs.

High Altitude: 1780, Jhinu Danda

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Accommodation: Tea houses

Today you are starting a trek through the Bamboo forest recollecting the beautiful memory of the trek. After a short uphill from the Bamboo, the trekking trail leads you to the gradual path through the pleasant forest until you reach Sinuwa. And then descend your trekking trail while you cross the bridge Chmrong Khola. The last climb of the day to Chomrong, with a possible lunch stop. After Chomrong takes you downhill to Jhinu, passing through the charming villages along the trekking trail.

Jhinu is a beautiful lower-altitude village, where you can enjoy the surrounding beauty of nature. When you arrive at Jhinu leave your backpack at a tea house and take a rest and you can walk further for the refreshing natural hot spring. After a short downhill walk of 30 minutes to reach the hot spring near the bank of the Modi River. After having fun at the natural hot spring back to the hotel.

Day 07: Trek to the road head and drive to Pokhara (05 hrs)

High Altitude: 800m Pokhara

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Today is the last of the 7 days Annapurna base camp short trek. Last day with a short trek to end the walks of the adventure after crossing a bridge near Modi River and then taking a lovely drive to reach back at beautiful Pokhara, after a most enjoyable and scenic time on high hills of Annapurna Himalaya.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Mt. Annapurna?

Mt. Annapurna lies in the western part of Nepal, and the trekking trail is famous in Annapurna conservation. The trek offers excellent views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri Himalayan range, Fishtail, and many more mountain peaks. 

ABC trek has many options to begin to view the incredible mountain range. The trek passes through the typical Nepali village having a natural and Himalayan range. Annapurna base camp lies around the huge snow-peaked mountain and offers a stunning view of the hill on the sunset and sunrise.

How difficult/challenging is ABC Trek?

7 Days Annapurna base camp trek can be categorized moderate trekking trail. It is located 4130m from the sea level. The trek gradually higher up from the lower altitude. So it will help the traveler acclimatization in the new environment.

This trek can be possible for any age group of people with a good level of physical fitness. Those trekkers who can walk 5-6 hours a day they can accomplish the journey comfortably. 

How high is the Annapurna base camp trek?

Annapurna base camp lies at the altitude of 4310m from the sea level, where you can enjoy the mesmerizing views of Annapurna mountain range with Machhapuchre (Fishtail) mountains and many more snowcapped peaks. 

From the base camp, you can get the magnificent sunrise and sunset views on top mountain peaks.

What is the best time for the ABC trek?

Nepal’s trekking season is categorized four times in a year. They are spring, autumn, summer, and winter. Two of them are the best season of the trek in the Himalayan region Nepal. Some parts of Nepal can trek in the off-season also. Those looking for the best season and beautiful view can join the trek in spring and autumn.

The best time for 7 Days Annapurna base camp trek is spring and autumn. In this season, the weather will be stable, and the Himalaya views will be fabulous. 

How long does it take to trek the Annapurna base camp?

Usually, ABC trek can be accomplished 5-12 days. The trek to ABC, there are many alternatives, and we can finish within a short period.

The trek also facilities by the roadways, and we can use a jeep or public bus until Ghandruk of the near to the Jhinu Danda. It helps to short duration time trek in ABC.

Traveler with a passion for reaching Annapurna Himalaya within a short period, 7 Days Annapurna Base Camp trek package will be the perfect trip.

What type of food and accommodation available during the trek?

The trekking trails provide various meals like Nepali traditional, European, Italic, Chinese, Indian food are available in the conservation menu. The tea houses provide a basic standard of clean and hygienic accommodation.

What about the physical fitness for the trek?

ABC trek demands physical and mental fitness. It is located 4130m from the sea level. If you are doing daily physical exercise, it will help you hike in the Annapurna conservation trek.

The trek is a popular moderated trekking trail in Nepal. Don’t worry about the altitude, and keep moving and take rest on your physical demands. After all, you can achieve your adventurous destination to ABC.

What about the altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness is also called mountain sickness. While doing the Annapurna base camp trek, some of them are suffering from altitude sickness. This problem happens to those who do not adjust to the new environment and lack oxygen in higher altitudes.

The altitude symptoms are headache, dizziness, vomiting, muscle ache, nausea, etc. If you face such symptoms, you have to consult with guides and friends.

You have to have sufficient water and soup item food in the higher altitude trek. If you face such a problem, we prefer to take garlic soup; it helps to overcome the altitude problem. If you suffer much, you have to back from the higher altitude. 

What to bring on the trek?

Before leaving the trek, you must be careful while arranging the trekking equipment and gears wisely. You have to think about when and how many days do your part of the trek. If you are trekking in the winter season, you have to bring warm clothes.

In the monsoon season, you have to bring waterproof trekking gears as per the trekking time. It is the high altitude trek, and you must have to be careful while packing the list of trekking gears. Any time weather can be changed, so you have to bring warm, durable, and comfortable clothing for the easy trek.

Why do you need to hire a porter and guide for the trek?

During the Annapurna base camp trek, you most have to hire a porter and guide for the trekker. They will help your journey more enjoyable and memorable.

If you hire a guide, he/she provide information and knowledge about the trek and the Himalayan range. It will be beneficial to trek in a different place with different people. They will provide how to participate in a new situation.

Our guides are government-affiliated, experienced, and well trained about the Himalayan culture and guest handling service.

Porter will help to carry your equipment, and easy to walk along the way. You are free from the burden of the luggage.  

How many km is Annapurna base camp trek?

ABC trek route covers approximately 115Km, and you have to walk 15-20Km per day. This is popular trekking routes in Annapurna conservation trek. It is one of the more accessible trekking trails in this route.  

Do you need travel insurance for this trek?

Travel insurance is the most important in Himalayan trekking in Nepal. We don’t know about the circumstance of the altitude situation. The trip to Annapurna base camp is an altitude trek. We have to pass through the many more up and downhill, and you may suffer from a different problem.

If you have insurance, it will cover your health problem during the trek. You may suffer from altitude sickness and natural disasters as well. It will be most helpful for the traveler around the world.

Do I need to bring additional medicine for the trek?

Defiantly, it would help if you had to bring some medicine for the high-altitude trek, we don’t know what will happen during the walk. Accidents cannot predict and they can happen any time anywhere. So you have to bring first aid like Ibuprofen, Codeine, Paracetamol, Lozenges, Anti-diarrhea tablets, and Diamox for AMS (Acute mountain sickness). 

Cost Includes
  • The airport picks up and Drove.
  • Trekking permits, TIMS (ACAP Entrance Permit)
  • Twin-sharing accommodation during the trek
  • A well English speak, and Government trained guide who has a minimum of 10 years of experience.
  • Three meals a day (breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek
  • Seasonal fresh fruit after dinner during the trek
  • First aid kit 
  • Adventure Alpine Gorkha Treks Duffel bag (if you need it, we will provide it)
  • Necessary robust porters who can carry 20kg during the trek.
  • Pokhara to Nayapool both way private vehicle Transport. (If you want vehicle service in between treks, you have to pay yourself or add extra cost.)
  • Staff Insurance and salary.
  • All company charges and paperwork.
Cost Excludes
  • International Air Ticket, Airport departure tax.
  • All services in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • All expenses of personal nature, cold, soft, and hard drinks like (mineral water, beer, and other can drinks.)
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Insurance, Cost of Emergency evacuation in case
  • Tips for the staff
  • If you have any more expenses, which are not mentioned in the include section.
Trip Facts
  • Trip Duration: 7 days

  • Destination: Nepal

  • Group Size: 2-16 People

  • Difficulty: Moderate to Adventurous

  • Altitude: 4,130m, Annapurna Base Camp

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