16 or 20 Days
Annapurna Circuit Trek
13 / 17 Days
Annapurna trek begins at Besishar.
Goes over the Thorong –La – a fantastic view point
Ends in Pokhara via Ghorepani poon hill or fly from Jomsom to Pokhara
Sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Trip Details & Facts
For those who want to trek for 20 days in the Annapurna Circuit Trek
We have recently revised the itinerary between Muktinath and Ghorepani Poon Hill for Annapurna circuit trek to avoid the dirt-road being built along the Kali Gandaki Valley.
• This section of the route now follows footpaths through appealing villages away from the road but proceeds to the traditional circuit villages for overnight lodge stays.
• The route will go to Jomsom – Dona Lake – Marpha visiting some Gompas. From Marpha it goes to the Tibetan refugee camp to Chibang Tukuche then to Larjung Titi Lake – Titi village – Taklung – Kunjo then Ghasa.
• The Annapurna circuit trek can also end in Jomsom by taking a flight to Pokhara from there
• The Annapurna trek can be shortened to a 12 or 14 days trek also.
These days the motor road reaches Jomsom although not many cars or jeeps run in these roads people still prefer to fly from Jomsom to Pokhara making it 16 days trek the most popular one.
Day 01 : Arrival Day – 1400 meters
Day 02 : Kathmandu Exploration Day – B
Day 03 : Kathmandu – Drive to Bulbule 830 m – Bahundanda 1280 m B/L/D
Day 04 : Bahundanda – trek to Chamje 1430 m – B/L/D
Day 05 : Chamje – Bagarchhap 2140 m Via Dharapani – B/L/D
Day 06 : Bagarchhap – Chame 2650 m – B/L/D
Day 07 : Chame – Pisang 3190m – B/L/D
Day 08 : Pisang trek to Manang 3520 m – B/L/D
Day 09 : Manang Acclimatization Day – 3520 m – B/L/D
Day 10 : Manang – Yak Kharka 4010 m – B/L/D
Day 11 : Yak Kharka – Thorong Phedi 4400 m – B/L/D
Day 12 : Thorong Phedi – Thorong pass 5416 m – Muktinath 3800 m B/L/D
Day 13 : Muktinath – Jomsom 2800 m – B/L/D
Day 14 : Jomsom – Pokhara 900 m – B
Day 15 : Pokhara – Kathmandu 1400 m – B/D
Day 16 : Departure Day – B