Day 01. Arrival in Kathmandu (1350 m.)
On arrival, you will be greeted and transferred to the hotel in Kathmandu. briefing about Kathmandu City, climate, and the pre-trip meeting. Afternoon or evening for independent activities Overnight at the hotel
Day 02: Kathmandu: Full-Day Tour:
Visits in Kathmandu: Swayambhu Stupa (a World Heritage Site), also known as the Monkey Temple, with its 2500 years of history. Later, visit Kathmandu Durbar Square (WHS), where we can see the Newari culture and architecture, Hanuman Dhoka, Taleju Temple, the ancient royal residence, Kasthamandap, the Living Goddess Kumari Temple, etc.
Finally, another visit to Patan Durbar Square (WHS), also known as Lalitpur, means "The City of Fine Art." The square is famous for good examples of wood and stone carving temples, masterpiece wood carving windows and doors, Taleju temple, the Royal Bath, Krishna Temple, etc. Overnight at the Hotel
Day 3: Fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara
After breakfast, we will travel to Pokhara (either by tourist bus, by air, or by private vehicle). At Pokhara, we walk around the lakeside and make final preparations. Depending on your arrival time, the activities may vary.
Day 4: Pokhara-Uleri
After breakfast, we head towards Birethanti in a jeep. We will begin our walk after reaching just above Birethanti. As our final destination for the day is Uleri, we will have lunch along the way and keep on climbing up to reach Ulleri. Once you reach Ulleri, you will get a glimpse of the majestic Annapurna South.
Day 5: Uleri-Ghorepani
The next day, after breakfast, we will begin our trek again to reach Ghorepani. The name Ghorepani came to be because it used to be a place for horses to drink water; "Ghore" means horse and "Pani" means water. Ghorepani is one of the most beautiful places on the whole route, as it also serves as a hill station for Poonhill. From Ghorepani, different mountain ranges such as the Annapurna range, the Dhaulagiri range, and many others mountains can be seen.
Day 6: Ghorepani–Poon Hill (3200m)–Tadapani (2590m) 6/7 hrs
At Ghorepani, we will wake up early to climb (for 45 minutes to an hour) before sunrise to witness the wonder of Asia. The spectacular sunrise on the mountains At Poonhill, we could see the trail we had walked so far. The trail we will walk to complete our mission is the Annapurna Circuit. After enjoying one beautiful morning on top of the hill with fellow happy travelers, we will continue our journey to reach Tadapani.
Day 7: Tadapani to Chhomrong (2170 m) 5/6 hours
The jungle, the uphill and downhill, the chirping birds, the river, and the mountains will lead us to our day's destination, Chomrong. At Chomrong, the trail coming from Jhinu Danda merges into one trail heading towards ABC.
Day 8: Chhomrong to the Himalayas (2920 m) 5/6 hours
From Chomrong, we continue the uphill and downhill trails to reach the Himalayas.
Day 9: Himalaya—Machapuchare Base Camp (3700 m/4130 m) 6/7 hours
From the Himalaya Hotel, we keep going up and enter a wide valley close to Machhapuchhre Base Camp while remaining on the west bank of the Modi River.
Day 10: Machapuchare Base Camp—Annapurna Base Camp (4130 m)
The highest point of your trek, Annapurna Base Camp, is further upward from Machhapuchhre Base Camp. You can choose how well your lungs and legs are doing. You can spend the night at either Annapurna Base Camp or Machhapuchhre Base Camp. The views are breathtaking from both base camps, making the effort to get here worthwhile.
Day 11: Annapurna Base Camp—Bamboo (2335 m) 5/6 hours
The Base Camp dawn is spectacular, so get up early! The peaks of Annapurna 1, Macchapucchre, Annapurna South, Tent Peak, Gangapurna, Himchuli, and Annapurna 3 are virtually within reach of you at this point. Return to Bamboo by taking the same route back down the valley after seeing the sunrise on these snowy peaks (or further if the knees can handle it). Despite the lengthy day, you have plenty of time to travel.
Day 12: Bamboo—Jhinu Danda (1780 m) 6/7 hours: Pokhara (900 m)
From Bamboo, we will continue our downhill journey toward Jhinu Danda. Today is the last day of our long trek. From Jhinu, we will ride for 2 hours to reach the lakeside town of Pokhara.
Day 13: Pokhara
We will take a day off in Pokhara to explore and enjoy the adventure city.
Day 14: Pokhara–Kathmandu
After an early breakfast, we go to the tourist bus park to catch a bus to Kathmandu. The road follows the Trisuli River, where you can see many people rafting on the river, green mountains, and traditional villages. Overnight at Hotel Kathmandu
Rest day or free day in Kathmandu for shopping or independent activities
Day 16: Departure Fly home or continue your journey.
Note: The itinerary can be customized according to the duration of the trip.