Annapurna Panorama Trek


The classicalAnnapurna Panorama Trek provides a combination of spectacular high mountain scenery, picturesque lowland farms, villages farms and Local village, wealth of culture, interest and a challenging pass (Throng La) crossing the  Annapurna circuits trek  is justifiably popular, best approached in a counter clockwise direction, which allows for a more gradual climb to the 5,416m high taking in the most magnificent views of the Annapurna  Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Lamjung and Tibetan Himalaya ranges. It also takes you from dense forests to the sparse Tibetan plateau, passing through ethnic villagers of Gurungs, Tamangs, Magars Thakalis, Manangies, Brahmins and Chhetris.

The Annapurna is one of the most attractive Himalayan Panoramic view, situated in central part of Nepal, just north of Pokhara. The range from west to east consists of Annapurna south(7,219m), Annapurna I(8091m), Himchuli (6,441m), Gangapurna (7,454m), Annapurna III (7,555m), Fishtail (6,997m), Annapurna IV (7,525), Annapurna II (7,937m) and so on. The trek is not so difficult comparatively to others. Early autumn or late spring season is the best suitable for Annapurna trek.

Day One: Arrival pick up transfer to Hotel and Orientation 
Pick-up at Tribhuvan International Airport, meeting with your guide and transfer to Hotel. First impressions of Kathmandu – walk to medieval Kathmandu Durbar Square and explore the beautiful complex of palaces, temples, shrines and courtyards built by the ancient Nepali kings between the 12th and 18th century. We also discover Thamel – the vibrant tourist area with hotels, restaurants and outdoor shops. Briefing hotel where we will be discussing the technicalities of the trek In the evening you enjoy a welcome dinner with cultural Dance. Stay at Hotel

Day Two: Sightseeing and Trek Preparation day
After Breakfast at hotel start Sightseeing with private van to Pasupatinah, the most important Hindu temples of Nepal with the sacred burning ghats located at the holy Baghmati river. And Boudhanath the biggest Buddhist stupa in South Asia and Swoyambhunath also has known as Monkey Temple. Afternoon checking and Himalayan range trekswill going to interdiction with your trekking guide about trekking information as well you will have god opportunity to ask about treks with your guide at hotel

Day Three: Kathmandu to Besi Sahar (760m) – Sangye (8 hours drive) .
You have to drive7 hour’s to Besi Sahar from Kathmandu Once arrives at Besisahar check in our trekking ACAP Times and we should continue to drive vulvule we have trekking permit check in here at Bulbule. O/N at guest house

Day Four: Sangye to Bagarchap (2160m) 6 hrs walk
Crossing the Marshyangdi river and making several ups and down the trail forwards through bamboo and rhododendron forest to Tal Besi and to the foot of a large waterfall which is known as Tal (1700m). Descending following the east bank of river, the trek gets to Karte and climbs to Dharapani (1860m). Then the trek enters the east- west Manang valley in a forest of blue pine, spruce, hemlock, maple and finally reaches to Bagarchap. O/N at guest house 

Day Five : Bagarchap to Chame (2670m) 5 hrs walk.
From Bagarchap the trail climbs through forest to Dhanakyu (2290m), crosses several landslides and travels uphill through the forest to Lata marang (2400m). The trail climbs and then descends to Thanchok and to Kotho (2600m), a meadow surrounded by huge pine and spruce trees. Walking about half- hour you will reach to Chame, the administrative head quarters for the Manang district. From here you have the excellent view of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II and Annapurna IV. O/N at guest house

Day Six: Chame to Pisang (3200m) 6 hrs walk
From Chame you will reach Bhratang after walking through the pine forest and huge apple orchard which is surrounded by a stone wall. The trail forward has admirable views of Annapurna II, Pisang peak, Himalchuli and Ngadi Chuli and reaches to Pisang, upper part of Manang Valley. O/N at  pisang . guest house 

Day Seven: Pisang to Manang (3540m) 6 hrs walk
the trails makes a long climb with the excellent view of the Manang valley and Tilicho peak (7134m), reach to Manang airstrip at Humde (3280m). Crossing to the north bank of Marshyangdi on a bridge the trail reach Mungji (3330m) and climb to Bryaga, Tibetan-style village. Finally forwarding you will reach Manang. O/N at guest house 

Day Eight: Acclimatization day in Manang (3540) 3 hrs hike
After having breakfast you will climb the ridge to the north of the village for excellent views of Annapurna IV, Annapurna II and Tarke Kang (7069m). If you descend from the village you will see the glacial lake at the foot of the huge ice fall that drops from Gangapurna (7454m ) Back to Manang. O/N at guest house 

Day Nine: Manang to Ledar (4200m) 5 hrs walk
From Manang, the trail crosses a stream, climbs to Tengi, and then continues to climb out of the Marshyangdi valley, reaches the small village of Gunsang (3950m). The trail passes through a sparse forest of juniper, rose, and barberry and crosses a large stream, to reach Yak Kharka (4050m). Walking about an hour further you will reach Ledar. O/N at guest house 

Day Ten: Ledar to Throng Phedi (4450m) 5 hrs walk 
From Ledar the trail continues to climb along the east bank of the Jar sang Khola then descends and cross the stream on a bridge. Then making a short descent you will reach to Throng Phedi. O/N at guest house 

Day Eleven: Throng Phedi – Throng La Pass (5416m) to Muktinath (3760m) 9hrs walk 
From Throng Phedi, the trail becomes steep; following rocky ridges you will reach Throng La (5416m), which is the highest point of this trek. From here the views are outstanding. The trail descends steeply and during the decent there are excellent views of Dhaulagiri. You will reach Chabarbu. The trail crosses a meadow and forwards to Muktinath where you can see the impressive temple of Lord Shiva. O/N at guest house

Day Twelve: Muktinath to Jomsom (2720m) 6 hrsWalk 
From Muktinath the trail descends to Jharkot and to Khingar. Beyond Khingar you will meet the junction of two routes. The first one is Kagbeni (the entrance of upper Mustang) and another is to Jomsom. Then the trail proceeds to Eklebatti following the Kali Gandaki River. You will finally reach to Jomsom. O/n at guest house

Day Thirteen: Jomsom to Pokhara (820m) 30 Minutes fly from Jomsom.
Wake up in the morning after tea and coffee fly to Pokhara which is around 20 minutes sightseeing Pokhara valley at late afternoon. O/n at Hotel

Day Fourteen: Pokhara-Kathmandu