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Trip Highlights

Pass the Thorong La (5416m), the trek's highest point and probably the widest pass in the world, is located between Thorung Peak and Yakawa Kang
Hike the traditional trekking path around the Annapurnas, going through subtropical and alpine forests, small ethnic villages, rocky hills, expansive yak meadows, river basins, and a number of rickety suspension bridges.
Visit Ice Lake, Gangapurna Lake, Millerapa cave, and Tilicho Lake as side trips.
Get beautiful close-up views of the Dhaulagiri range, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, Lamjung Himal, Manaslu, Nilgiri, and a number of other nearby peaks in the Annapurna range.
Visit a number of historical, religious, and cultural sites, including Upper Pisang Monastery, Braga Monastery, Muktinath Temple, the Pokhara Valley, Swayambhunath, and Bouddhanath.
Investigate the semi-tibetan cultures, the Himalayan way of life, and the Manangi and Thakali cultural traditions.

Overview

The Short Annapurna circuit Trekking is one of the most famous treks not just within Nepal but all over the world. The circuit frequently features in top 10 treks lists every year. The trek takes you across the Annapurna region in Nepal one of the most natural as well as culturally diverse locations in the world. Located in western Nepal the trek takes you across the Himalayas as we cross the highest point on the trek the Thorang La pass. Depending on the route you take, the circuit ranged from 160km to 230km. However, this tailor-made 14-day Annapurna circuit route will take you to the classic route from Manang to Jomsom. 

Going from Manang to Jomsom is ideal for the trek as the altitude gradient at the initial phase of the trek is gently making it easier to trek. When we trek over Manang, we usually leave lush beautifully flowering rhododendron woods behind. And explore Tibetan-like geographical landscapes with prayer flags and monasteries influenced by Tibetan culture and heritage. The Annapurna circuit hiking path brings us to the Hindu shrine site of Muktinath after crossing the Thorong La Pass. Muktinath is significant religiously for both Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. After crossing 3000m the air starts to get thin so we might experience some mild symptoms of altitude sickness.

Along the trek you will get amazing views of Manaslu (8156 m), Annapurna I (8,091 m), Annapurna II (7,940m), Annapurna III (7,550m), Annapurna IV (7,525m), Annapurna South (7,220m), Tilicho Peak (7,135m), Nilgiri (7,040m), Mt. Fishtail (6,993) and Dhaulagiri (8,167 m).

So join Accessible Adventure in this adventure of a lifetime in the Western Annapurna region of Nepal. 

 

Best Season for  Annapurna Circuit Trek

October and November, or April and May, are commonly regarded as the ideal months for trekking on the Annapurna Circuit. The weather is often clear and dry throughout these two seasons, thus ascending to high heights is not too chilly. These two seasons are also the busiest on the path, with trekkers from all over the world trekking into the Himalayas.

Clear sky and beautiful views are also likely throughout the winter season, which lasts from December to March. However, it may be quite cold at higher altitudes, with thick snow on the ground, causing the Thorong La Pass to close unexpectedly.

Is this trek for me? 

 ‘MODERATE’ is the classification of the  Annapurna Circuit Trek. This means that anyone in good health who is motivated enough to finish the journey can. The trek should be completely trouble-free for experienced hikers, especially those with high-altitude hiking expertise. As a matter of fact, this is among the simplest and quickest hikes you may undertake in the Everest region. In the high altitude of the Thorang La region, it would be immensely helpful to have maintained some level of physical fitness in order to stay on schedule. First-time hikers in good health are cordially invited to try the Annapurna Circuit Trek since it serves as a great introduction for many trekkers to high-altitude trekking in Nepal.

Why Accessible Adventure?

Accessible Adventures is a reputable travel company that has been organizing treks and excursions in the Everest area for more than a decade. We are easy to work with, adaptable, and will fulfill all of your needs. In addition, Accessible Adventures operates a hotel in Kathmandu where we can customize rooms to meet your individual needs.

Our guides have completed a range of training programs in which they practice and prepare for the trip during the tourist off-season, noting the terrain and routes in the region. This is to guarantee that our guests have the best experience possible during the busiest season.

Other benefits of booking your trip via Accessible Adventure include: 

  • Best Price for Trip guaranteed
  • Guides with excellent high-altitude emergency training
  • Ethical tourism practices whereby locals are supported  by the booking

With over 30 years of personal travel experience, including peak-climbing and visiting Nepal's most popular tourist spots, we are aware of the difficulties that may arise for both you, the traveler, and the guides and porters that we employ, throughout your journey. Because of our personal experiences in a variety of locations, including EBC, ABC, and others, we have been able to customize trips and make the adventure seem more comfortable and private. We offer the greatest professional services while treating each client like family.

Itinerary

When you reach in Kathmandu, our airport agent will greet you. We will make certain that your travel needs are met while you are in our care. As there are no scheduled activities for the day, we will assist you in checking into your appropriate hotel. You have the option of walking around the neighborhood or resting in your respective rooms.

Accommodation
Kathmandu suite home
Distance
10k
Time
30min

We will pick you up from your hotel early in the morning as we head towards Syange in the Lamjung district in a private vehicle. Depending on the number of people, different vehicle arrangements have to be made. We follow the Trishuli river to reach Besisahar and can see Manaslu and Ganesh Himal after a distance from Kathmandu. As we near Lamjung, we begin to see sights of the Lamhing mountains. The road to Besisahar is quite decent. We reach Besisahar, grab lunch, check-in at the tourist check post. From Besisahar we must change vehicles to a jeep that heads to  Syange. Along the narrow way we see many rivulets, local villages, and farmers making for an adventurous drive. At Syange, we can explore the nearby waterfall and the local village of Syange as we get rid of the stress built up while traveling. We stay overnight at Syange. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Meals
B.L.D
Time
8-9hr

Waking up early, we commence the first day of actual trekking on the trip after grabbing breakfast, as we move from Syange to the village of Dharapani. Along the route, we cross through and get views of numerous waterfalls, especially in the spring and autumn seasons, and local villages built in traditional style. The trail is actually an offbeat trail. After an hour of trekking, we reach the village of Jagat. From Jagat, we take the old trekking route instead of the main road, walking beside the river Marsyangdi. We cross a number of bridges during the walk. We can see small valleys. Stone stairs line the route that ascends and descends numerous times. The best waterfall view can be seen near the village of Chamche. From here, the trail is quite narrow to Tal. Tal is where we grab lunch and rest for a while as we move to Dharapani. Again we can choose the trek trail or the main road, to get to Dharapani. The trekking trail is more recommended. Crossing through the village of Kotre we reach Dharapani village. There is a check post in Dharapani where we can meet many trekkers returning from the Manaslu circuit trek. We stay overnight at Dharapani. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
13km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
6-7hr
Descent
2km
Ascent
6km

Grabbing breakfast at Dharapani we move to the beautiful village of Chame. We walk for some time through the main road to reach Danakiu. From Danakiu we cross a river, and walking through forests and woodlands we ascend the hill. We reach the village of Timang from Timing that we reach, amazing views of Manaslu, Lamjung and Ganesh Himal can be seen. We ascend through forests amid fauna and flora to reach the place where we grab lunch. After lunch, we walk along the main road, between two hills, beside the Marsyangdi. Walking along the trail we cross through Thanchowk. From here, we reach the village of Kote offering excellent views of Annapurna II. From the village of Kote, the trail to Narkhu valley separates. From Kote we walk again we reach Chame, the headquarters for the Manang District. At Chame, stupas can be seen also. A hot water spring also exists at Chame where you can enjoy a warm bath. You can explore the local village and customs as well.  The village that houses an army camp and a small clinic exist beside the Marsyangdi river where we will spend the night. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
10km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
5-6hr
Descent
2km
Ascent
6km

After grabbing an early breakfast, we cross a small bridge over the Marsyangdi river. The villages we cross are built in a typical style built with mud and wood only. The villages also house numerous stupas. Views of the Anapurna, Gangapurna, and Pisang peaks can be seen. Although the route we move through is the main road, the road itself lies within a dense forest. Walking for some time we reach Bhraga, where apple farms are seen plenty with a variety of juicy apples that can be enjoyed. After walking for some time we reach our lunch spot at Dhukkur Pokhari. After moving from the village, we see many lakes and soon reach the spot where the trails to lower and upper Pisang separate. In the past tourists used to stay in Lower Pisang due to the ease of accommodation. However, very nice hotels are found in Upper Pisang as well which we recommend. 

Along the route, we can see Annapurna, Gangapurna, Tilicho Mountain and Pisang peak, and many more mountains. As we reach upper Pisang we stop by a monastery, where we can participate in the daily ritual ceremony. Houses here are also very typical of the hilly lifestyle of the people. We then go to our accommodation for the night at Upper Pisang. Upper Pisang also contains the trailhead for those going to climb Pisang peak. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
9km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
5-6hr
Descent
2km
Ascent
5km

There are two options for trails from Pisang to Manang, one a lower trail and an upper trail. Grabbing breakfast we take the upper trail which showcases the best views of the Annapurna region compared to the lower trek which is easier. We walk through forest trails where we can see stupas and mani prayer wheels. Wild animals start to appear on the route. Wild sheep can be seen here. After crossing a small river through a suspension bridge we climb to Geiru village. Geiru village has a small ancient palace where the previous royal family of the region stayed. At Geiru, we rest for some time and grab tea while taking in the wonderful views of the surrounding mountain. There is also a monastery in the village that can be explored. Walking through a ridge, we see all the mountains to our left including Annapurna and Gangapurna peaks as well as the Gangapurna glacier. After some time of walking, we reach the Nawal village where we grab our lunch for the day. Those climbing Cholu Far East peak are separate from here. From here we get to see mountains not seen before. We can also explore the monastery and stupa made with small stones along with numerous statues of Buddha and Guru Rinpoche in the village. From here, we descend, through pine forests to Humde. On the route, we see the Humde airport as well. From here we move via main road to Bhraga which houses a large monastery. Within the monastery is a large statue of the Buddha and Manjusri. The hiking trail to the Ice Lake separates here. Vegetation starts to become sparser as we move to Manang. After walking for some more time we reach Manang filled with Yaks. The air here starts to get thinner so a few symptoms like tiredness and headache are normal. There is a festival held around September where the locals drink blood. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
10km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
5-6hr
Descent
2km
Ascent
6km

For our acclimatization in Manang, we have several options for hikes. The three options are Gangapurna Lake hike, Milarepa Cave, and the Ice lake. Since the ice lake trail is quite long we recommend the Gangapurna Lake hike and the visit to the Milarepa Cave. We will need to pack lunch if we want to visit the Milarepa Cave and Ice lake. 

Option 1: Gangapurna Lake with Manang Valley Viewpoint

Walking through ridges and forests we see amazing views of Gangapurna and Annapurna. After some time we reach pure Gangapurna lake. From Gangapurna lake we move towards the famous Manang Valley Viewpoint. From the Viewpoint, we can see panoramic views of Gangapurna, Annapurna II, Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak, and Cholu peak. If you so desire, we can move further to Milarepa cave. 


Option 2: Milarepa Cave through Gangapurna Lake

Walking through forests and ridges we move towards the Milarepa Cave where the Tibetan Siddha and Tantric master Milarepa is said to have meditated. We see panoramic views of Gangapurna, Annapurna II, Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak and Cholu peak from here also. 


Option 3: Ice Lake

The trail to Ice Lake is quite narrow and long. The entire journey can take upwards of 7 hours total. We need to carry packed lunch to reach Ice Cave. The ice cave is the actual highest lake in Nepal, which is higher than Tilicho lake. 

After our day hike, we return to Manang for the night. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
6km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
4-5hr
Descent
2.5km
Ascent
2.5km

Waking up early in the morning, we grab breakfast. Walking slightly, we see the trails to Tilicho Lake and Yak Kharka separate. Slightly beyond Manang, we reach the village of Tenji. From here we see the best views of the Manang valley as well as Annapurna and Gangapurna. There is an apple farm here also. The trail now consists mainly of short shrubs and thorny bushes. We reach the village of Ghusang from where we can enjoy the views of the surrounding mountains while sipping warm tea. A gradual incline leads up to Yak Kharka where we see flocks of Thar. Just before we reach Yak Kharka we get to see views of many teahouses from the trail. After crossing the tea houses, Chulo Far east can be seen as well as Thorong peak which lies just in front of us. After a short duration of walking uphill, we reach the village of Yak Kharka where we grab lunch. Then after lunch, we take a short hike in order to acclimatize and explore the region. After the short hike, we return to our hotel. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
7km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
4-5hr
Descent
1km
Ascent
5km

We move from Yak Kharka after breakfast and moving gradually uphill we reach the village of Leather from where we can see excellent views of the Manang valley. We cross a suspension bridge and ascend to find a few teashops where we take a short rest and drink tea. The road ahead is quite dangerous and prone to rockfall. Around 30 minutes are taken to cross this narrow and quite risky trail. 

Walking slightly more we reach Thorong Phedi. At Thorong Phedi we grab lunch and hike to the High Camp to get our bodies used to the altitude as it does take some time to get used to the thin air. We return back to our lodge for the night. Some may experience altitude sickness symptoms as well as face difficulties sleeping. This is quite normal. 

If our bodies are fit and we are healthy, we can stay at High Camp instead of Thorong Phedi which will make the trip easier the next day. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
6km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
4-5hr
Descent
1km
Ascent
4km

Today is the main day for the trek as we aim to cross the Thorang La pass. Waking up early we pack lunch and breakfast and start ascending to Thorang La. The road is narrow and as the sun is not up yet we must be careful and use headlights to find our way along the trail. Small teahouses are also seen to line the trail. Just before we reach the Thorang La, we get to witness the sunrise in the mountains. At the Thorang La, we are between two massive peaks. You can see amazing panoramic views of the mountains and take wonderful pictures to commemorate your success of making it to and past the Thorang La, a dream come to reality for many. On two sides of the pass, we can see the Annapurna Circuit trail we walked previously and the route to Upper Mustang.

After crossing the Thorang la, the route descends deeply and is lined with gravel and even ice in the winter thus care must be taken not to slip. Many small houses to take shelter from ice storms can be seen along the route. We again reach a new village also known as Thorang Phedi where we grab lunch. We rest here for some time. The route from here is quite easy as we descend. Views of Dhaulagiri range, Nilgiri, Tukuche and Thakpa peak can be seen. We cross a suspension bridge and after a short duration of walking, we reach the Muktinath Temple where a tourist checkpoint exists. We explore the temple compound which is revered by both Hindus and Buddhists alike. There are 108 water taps that are said to cleanse bad karma. A monastery here also houses a natural gas flame that is said to never stop. A nunnery is present here also. The Muktinath temple complex is amazingly interesting to explore.  After this, we reach our hotel and drop off our belongings. Here, in Muktinath, there are massive statues of Padmasambhava and the Buddha. Aishwarya lake can also be seen from the complex. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
18km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
8-9hr
Descent
9km
Ascent
7km

Walking from Muktinath early in the morning we walk from the main road taking trek trails where available. We cross Jharkot village built in a traditional style with a monastery. The area here is quite barren and vegetation is quite scarce here. There is also a small collection of buildings known as Eklebhatti were those willing to explore the higher monastery or upper mustang stay. Walking through the windy valley amid the banks of the Kaligandaki, if lucky we can find fossils here. We reach Jomsom which has an Army Camp. Another route through Kagbeni, which is a village built in a very traditional style can also be taken to go to Jomsom. Kagbeni is considered the gateway to the upper Mustang. Jomsom is famous for apple juice, fresh apples, and brandy. 

Accommodation
Lodge
Distance
9km
Meals
B.L.D
Time
5-6hr
Descent
5km
Ascent
1km

From Jomsom, we take breakfast early morning and take a flight from the Jomsom Airport to Pokhara. Pokhara is a land blessed with natural beauty. You can explore the International Mountain Museum, housing historical information on mountain climbing. Mahendra cave, Bat Cave, and numerous other caves, waterfalls, and the Peace Pagoda are located in Pokhara. The view from the top of the Peace Pagoda of the Fewa lake and the Kathmandu valley is amazing. 

After exploring the many places in Pokhara, you can roam around and enjoy the night like around Lakeside Pokhara. The difference in lifestyle in the mountains and here is very evident. 

Accommodation
Mount view hotel
Meals
B
Time
30min

From Pokhara, you can return back to Kathmandu or head towards Chitwan. Chitwan houses the Chitwan National Park where you can take a jungle safari and get to see Tigers, Rhinos and much more. Chitwan also is home to the Tharu people whose unique way of life is worth seeing

The route to Kathmandu snakes through the Trishuli river where if you wish a rafting trip can be included. Rafting in the Trishuli is one of the most popular adventure activities in Nepal. 

Accommodation
Kathmandu suite home/hotel
Distance
200km
Meals
B
Time
6-7hr

Swayambhunath, popularly known as the monkey Temple, Pashupatinath, one of Nepal's biggest temples, and Bouddhanath, a sizable stupa, are all on the itinerary for today.

Pashupatinath Temple is consecrated to Lord Shiva, popularly known as the "Lord of All Beings," and is one of the earliest Hindu temples. Lord Shiva is a symbol of the universe's destructive side. The Pashupatinath complex is traversed by the famous Bagmati River. On the banks of the river, the majority of Hindus in the Kathmandu Valley perform cremation rites for the deceased.


Swayambhunath Stupa: The Swayambhunath stupa is one of Nepal's most treasured Buddhist monuments. It is thought to have been created when the Bodhisattva Manjushri used his flaming sword to carve a canyon at Chhobhar to drain the waters of the huge lake that served as Kathmandu in ancient times.

Bouddhanath: Lord Buddha's four pairs of eyes are placed in the four cardinal directions atop the 2500-year-old Buddhist stupa in the Valley that was built in the fifth century. This stupa is known as Bouddhanath. This stupa continuously observes people and their behavior. As they round the stupa, Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims may be seen spinning prayer wheels.

You may also take a trip through the nearby Thamel and Asons neighborhoods, which are filled with shops selling locally made crafts, trinkets, and clothing. The oldest market in the city, Ason, is within a few hundred meters from your hotel. You can purchase tea, spices, lovely jars, brass figures, and tea in this market. This day has also been set aside as a fallback in case of travel difficulties.

Accommodation
Kathmandu suite home
Meals
B
Time
4-5hr

It's time to say goodbye to Nepal after finishing the Annapurna Circuit fully. You will be driven to the international airport three hours before to your scheduled international departure for your final destination. We really hope that you will always remember your time spent with us in the Everest Himalaya. If you want to see everything that interesting Nepal has to offer, you can extend your stay. We genuinely hope that you will value our time together and suggest us to your family and friends who plan to trek in Nepal. 

Distance
10km
Time
30min

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Cost Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop off by the private vehicle.
  • Two nights (twin sharing beds) accommodation with breakfast at a deluxe Kathmandu Suite Home Hotel or somilar hotel in Kathmandu
  • One nights (twin sharing beds) accommodation with breakfast at a deluxe mount view  Hotel or similar hotel in Pokhara
  • Transfer from Kathmandu to Syange by private vehicle.
  • Transfer from Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus as per itinerary.
  • Full board meals (Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner) during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing room for Accommodation during the trek
  • An experienced English-speaking (trekking guide), porter to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food, and lodging
  • Down jacket, four seasonal sleeping bags, Duffel bag, T-shirt, and Trekking map (Down Jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
  • All necessary paperwork and permits (ACAP, Trekking permit)
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch and Dinner Kathmandu and pokhara
  • Travel Insurance
  • International airfare to and from Nepal
  • Nepal Tourist Visa fee US$ 25 or equivalent
  • Foreign currency with multiple entries for 15 days, US$ 40 or equivalent foreign currency with multiple entries for 30 days. You may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport - Kathmandu.
  • Items of a personal nature
  • .WI-Fi internet during the trek
  • Any kind of alcoholic drinks, hot water, hot shower, cold drinks, laundry, phone calls, and internet.
  • Trekking Equipments (down sleeping bag and down jacket)
  • Tips for guide, porters, driver
  • Personal trekking equipment
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Hannah
Hannah, Couple
August 11, 2022

In 2021, Accessible Adventure will provide an incredible experience on the Short Annapurna Circuit Trek. Mr. Himal and his colleagues went above and beyond to ensure that our trip was an unforgettable one. Short Annapurna Circuit Trekking provides a unique viewpoint during the summer months, when the flora and wildlife are in full bloom and the route is less crowded, allowing one to explore and sense seclusion and remoteness. You will not be disappointed in choosing  Accessible Adventure.

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