Annapurna Sanctuary Trek -10 Days/ 9 Night cost & Itinerary

April 18, 2024 nepalguide
Annapurna Sanctuary Trek -10 Days/ 9 Night cost & Itinerary

Annapurna Sanctuary Trek – Fixed Departure 2024/2025

The Annapurna Sanctuary Trek is one of the most spectacular treks in Nepal, offering a blend of diverse landscapes, rich culture, and breathtaking views of the Annapurna mountain range. Here are some of the highlights:
1)Scenic Views: Throughout the trek, you’ll be treated to stunning views of towering peaks, including Annapurna I (8,091m), Machapuchare (6,993m), and Hiunchuli (6,441m), among others. The panoramic vistas change as you ascend, providing unforgettable moments at every turn.
2)Cultural Exploration: The trek takes you through traditional Gurung and Magar villages, allowing you to experience the unique culture and lifestyle of the local people. You’ll have opportunities to interact with villagers, visit ancient monasteries, and learn about their customs and traditions.
03)Biodiversity: The Annapurna region is renowned for its rich biodiversity, with lush forests, alpine meadows, and diverse wildlife. Along the trail, you may encounter exotic flora and fauna, including rhododendron forests, orchids, Himalayan thars, and various bird species.
04)Machapuchare Base Camp: En route to the Annapurna Sanctuary, you’ll pass through Machapuchare Base Camp (MBC), a picturesque spot nestled beneath the towering peaks of Machapuchare. This is a popular resting point where trekkers can soak in the surrounding beauty and prepare for the final ascent to the sanctuary.
Annapurna Base Camp: The ultimate destination of the trek is Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), a natural amphitheater surrounded by towering peaks. This breathtaking location offers unparalleled views of the Annapurna massif, especially during sunrise and sunset, creating unforgettable memories for trekkers.
05)Hot Springs: After completing the trek, many trekkers choose to relax and rejuvenate tired muscles in the natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda. Soaking in the therapeutic waters amidst the stunning mountain scenery is the perfect way to conclude your Annapurna Sanctuary adventure.
06) Varied Terrain: The trek encompasses a variety of terrain, from terraced farmland and lush forests to rocky moraines and high-altitude landscapes. Each day brings new challenges and scenery, ensuring that the journey remains exciting and rewarding throughout.
07)Teahouse Accommodation: Unlike more remote treks in Nepal, the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek offers comfortable teahouse accommodation along the route. This allows trekkers to enjoy warm hospitality, delicious meals, and a cozy bed each night, enhancing the overall experience.
These highlights combine to make the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek a truly unforgettable adventure, attracting trekkers from around the world to explore this magical region of the Himalayas
Mountain lovers can understand what reaching the Himalayas means. It’s a long, tough journey to get there and admire the highest mountains in the world. A new challenge, another dream come true.
This is a best adventures trek to the Annapurna Base Camp the world’s tenth highest mountain and to viewpoint at Poon Hill 3,210m . We start by taking the spectacular flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara or by Tourist bus where you will get superb views of the Himalayan mountains. This is an Annapurna classic trek passing through Gurung villages and rhododendron forests followed by an ascent of Poon Hill where there is a superb view of the Himalayan peaks of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna 1, Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, and Machapuchare (known as Fishtail mountain). From here we follow the Modi Khola river through the gates of the Sanctuary into a hidden amphitheater with a superb view of the Annapurna massif.
This trek would be a good choice if you would like to get into the high Himalayan mountains without the longer acclimatization period required for some of the other treks in Nepal such as Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit Or Langtang. The highest altitude reached on this trek is 4,130m at Annapurna Base Camp.
The Annapurna base camp trek (also known as the Annapurna Sanctuary trek) can be completed in about 7-8 days, and although you must be physically fit, the difficulty is not that high. With good acclimatization, you can enjoy this wonderful route gracefully,

Trail details

Total distance: 110 km
Time: 10 days only trekking 
Difficulty: Moderate
Maximum elevation: 4,130 meters
 Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1300m) meet our international airport and drive to Hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu Hotel.
Day 02: Drive Via tourist Bus Kathmandu to Pokhara, overnight in Pokhara.
Day 03: Pokhara Trek to Tikhe dhunga (1440m)
Today, from Pokhara drive to Nayapul where we will start the trek. After reaching Birethanti, we walk on the trail to Tikhedhunga; we will be enthralled by the panoramic views of the peaks. We will go by different small villages – Mata Thati and then Hill After going transversely through the suspension bridge over Hille Khola, we will enter, a settlement Tikhedhunga with stone homes occupied by the Gurung society. overnight the shunga.
Day 04: Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani (2850 m)
On this day, we will walk up to Tikhedhunga taking around an hour, and then a straight way up to Ulari Top. We, after that, have a trouble-free walk for roughly an hour and once more go up to arrive at Ghorepani. While moving upward, we trip up to see the grand peak of Annapurna South and the picture of Fishtail Peak (Machhapuchhre). Chhomrong is an arresting village. Overnight at Ghorepani
Day:05 Trek to Poonhill(3200m)
{best sunrise view} early morning walk to poon hill , is a 40/50 minute walk around rich in the top and see the best sunrise with a lot 14/Snow cover mountain with deep jungle/village much more valley with Himalayan range. Then back to Hotel take breakfast and walk to Tadapani. (2660 m) and a 7/8 hour walk including poon hill. It is also one of the best and longest holidays. Overnight in Tadapani.
Day 06: Trek to Chhomrong (1950m)
after breakfast walk down 3 hours in gurnung khola and walk to Chhomrong. it is 4/5 hour, overnight chhomrong.
Day 07: Chhomrong to Dovan (2580 m)
Leaving Chhomrong, the arresting community behind, we cross the suspension bridge and then climb up to Sinuwa Danda. The path from Sinuwa will be rather smooth. The track passes all through thick rhododendron unglued up to Khuldi Ghar. Subsequently, we walk down a lengthy and vertical stone steps into bamboo and rhododendron jungles through which we get there at Doban.
Day 08: Dovan to Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m)
We must be alert to walk today since we are walking on the landslide prone region. Walking for more or less half an hour leaving Deurali, we will arrive at the middle of river bed encircled by huge snowy peaks. Walking more we will get to Machhapuchhre Base Camp from here the landscape of Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna III, Annapurna I, Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, itself will come into view. Overnight at Machhapuchhre Base Camp.
Day 09: Machhapuchhre Base Camp to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m)
We will watch the snow boulders thawing out and forming tiny streams as soon as we leave the base camp. We walk beside the stream and after that rise to a region with few huts near to a moraine. There are amazing views of the south facade of Annapurna. Annapurna Base Camp grips a stunning view of peaks setting 360 degrees. We will get to view Annapurna I, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna south, Hiunchuli and a number of more peaks. Overnight we will stay at Annapurna Base Camp.
Day 10: Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo (2310m)
Early morning, we will take pleasure from the excellent sunrise view above the snowy mountains from Annapurna Base Camp. After having our breakfast, we will walk downward from Annapurna Base Camp after passing Deurali, then Dovan and to end with today’s tour we will get to Bamboo. Tonight, we will stay at Bamboo.
Day 11: Bamboo to New Bridge or Jhinu Dada (1760m)
From Bamboo, we will walk a vertically up path to the Kuldi Ghar subsequent to Sinuwa, walking on the stone steps that straightly move to Lower Chhomrong. After that, we make way to the rocky steps to arrive at Upper Chhomrong. From Chhomrong, we walk down to Jhinu Danda. Here, we can take pleasure from hot springs laying 15-min in front from Jhinu Danda. Overnight at Jhinu Dada.
Day 12: Jhinu Dada to Naya Pul to Pokhara : 6 hrs trek, 1 hr drive
Leaving Jhinu danda, we will stroll through New Bridge and after that to Kyumi village. We wander to Syauli bazaar and then move downhill to Birethanti. Walking for approximately an hour more from Birethanti we will get to Naya Pul. After that, from Naya Pul, we will go back to reach Pokhara.
Day 13: drive back to kathmandu Via bus and overnight in kathmandu, it 6 hour jounry via tourist bus.
Day 14: your journey ends days

About the cost:

 Cost is:795$  USD( if u are come to more than 1 cost will be less)

 Cost is Per Person : 597 $ USD  ( If you are two person  or joining with group)

Cost included
Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private car.
2 nights accommodation in 3 star category hotel in Kathmandu located tourist center BB plan..
Meals on full board (Breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the in trekking
Local fresh fruits like orange, apple, banana and grape etc.
All accommodations during the trek.
Annapurna Trekking Map
Kathmandu To Pokhara and back to Kathmandu By Tourist Bus.
Drive to Pokhara to nayapul Via car or Van pickup and pickup as well.
An experienced Government licensed holder guide.
Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, equipments, transportation, local tax for Guide
Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
All necessary Government paper works and Conservation entry permits and TIMS Card etc.
Travel & Rescue arrangement.
All government taxes and Vat.
Cost Excluded
Meals yourself Kathmandu (L+D).
Your Travel insurance.
International airfare.
Nepal entry visa ( You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Nepal’s Airport in Kathmandu).
All kind drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks)
Personal shopping and laundry etc.
Personal trekking Equipments.
Tips for trekking staff and driver. (Tipping is expected, but it is not mandatory)
If do any tour and sightseeing and other activities etc.

10 Tips For Doing ABC Trek (Annapurna Base Camp 2024/2025

1 )Ask to be a part of a group with your trekking agency even if you are planning to (or prefer to) go alone. Bookings in upper Annapurna sanctuary are not guaranteed if you are alone. They prefer to give rooms out to larger groups. Not much of written bookings are taken in most of the lodges – most are verbal commitments to your guide or trekking agency via phone saying they “will have” the room when you arrive – but in busy season the first ones to get there with larger group end up taking your spot. Being of part of a group dose not mean you have to be together with them during the day necessarily as long as you arrive at the same lodge at the same evening. Worst case – you may end up sharing a 6 to 8 person room. But if you still prefer to be on your own schedule – bring a light tent as a plan B if the lodges are full.
2 ) No need to panic about squat toilets – something I got asked frequently by western travelers. More than half of the lodges in all the ABC trek route have western toilets. If yours doesn’t happen to have one – hope on over to the one that has since most of the lodges are jumbled together within few hundred yards and most of the toilets are shared and are located outside. If you see the lodge lady act as if you belong there – if that fails slip 50 Rupees bill. Squatting on a tired knees of six days a trek is like getting a root canal.
3 ) Go easy on alcohol. Not much selection anyway. Best drink by far (for me) is following – order a hot ginger tea and a small bottle of Nepali dark rum (called “Khukuri Rum” – all the lodges carry it) add a few splash of it over tea and some sugar. Mild drink – will warm you up but doesn’t get you too drunk.
4 ) Even though most of the lodges have electricity charging the phone is a hit or miss due to lack of enough outlets and lack of enough power. Have a battery powered or solar powered chargers for your gadgets.
5 ) If you need to stay connected get a CDMA sim card (and a CDMA phone) at KTM. Pretty much works all the way to MBC/ABC now a days must hotel they have Wifi you can used By NCELL data to
6 ) Village with best view of mountains => Tadapani.
Best place to stop for tea or lunch =>Upper Sinuwa.
Village with best view of village itself => Chomrong.
Villages you would rather skip staying => Bamboo and Himalaya (because of no view and limited number of lodges).
7 ) Skip the Poon Hill trek (that everyone seem to do early in the morning) if you are continuing on to Tadapani (which most of you will if you are doing ABC). On your way to Tadapani you climb to similar elevation as Poon Hill and get similar view of the Annapurna range on the way.
8 ) If you forgot thermal packs – you can use your aluminum water can as thermal pack when you go to bed. Just go to the Kitchen with the can and ask for it to be filled with hot water.
9 ) “Dal/Bhat” Power Rules!!! As you will soon learn from seeing porters put away heaps of it front their plates – do it at least once.
10 ) Leave a day or two extra in your itinerary. Saw many folks trying to squeeze trek from Chomrong to New Bridge in one day because they have to catch the flight and be back to work on Monday somewhere. Not a pleasant way to end your vacation.