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Annapurna Circuit With Tilicho Lake poon Hill Trek

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Price starting from

$2,287 USD 1,496

per person

Duration

22 days

Max. Elevation

5416m

Group size

2+ Above

Level
MODERATE
Transportation
private vehicle, public bus tickets during the trek
Best Season
March-may, September-November
Accomodation
Three-star Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara; best Available Lodges on route trek
Meals
Breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara; three Meals such a day (breakfast+Lunch+Dinner, and cup of tea)
Starts at
Kathmandu
Ends at
Kathmandu
Trip Route
Kathmandu-Beshi-Shar-Chamche-Bagarchap-Chame-Pisang-Manang-Tilicho Lake-Siri Kharka-Yak Kharka-Phedi-High camp-Muktinath-Thorang-La Pass-Marpha-Jomsom-KaloPani/ Lete-Tatopani-Ghorepani-Poon-Hill-Pokhara-Kathmandu

Highlights

  • Adventure to high Manang valley visiting North / South of Annapurna Himalaya.
  • Enjoy the adventure of visiting both sides of Annapurna Himalaya North and South.
  • Magnificent panorama of Snow Mountain range throughout this scenic trekking.
  • Walk from low sub-tropical to cool alpine hills to the arctic zone of ice and glaciers.
  • Amazing walks through lovely mountain villages enriched with impressive cultures.
  • From the dense forest of pines, and rhododendron to the arid and windswept high country.
  • Following on the ancient Trans Himalaya Salt trade route of Nepal and Tibet.
  • Adventure in-between world-high mountains of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna.

Overview

Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho and Poon Hill Trek, a great combination takes around one of the top best picturesque walks. In the whole Himalayas range, where one can enjoy the adventure overlooking views of the world's three highest mountains range. From Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Manaslu to Mt. Dhaulagiri with arrays of snowcapped peaks that include Chulu and Damodar Himal. Where walk follows the raging Masrsyangdi River to its glacial source in Manang and Tilicho Lake.

An interesting walk to experience local impressive culture along with stunning mountain views on daily treks visiting traditional villages. An adventure of great fascination trekking around both sides of the massive Annapurna Himalaya ranges from North to South. Where all villager offers great warm hospitality and the comfort of a nice mountain lodge, with rooms facing views of snow peaks.

Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho and Poon Hill Trek begins from the capital Kathmandu taking an exciting drive towards Nepal Mid-West. Within low warm country around heavily farmed areas of Lamjung, and then heading towards high cooler hills to start the trek. The walk begins from the hill village of Chamche to enter the district of Manang at Tal and Dharapani villages.

As the adventure continues further north-west heading past lovely farm areas of Bagarchap, Timang to reach a large town at Chame. Headquarter and administrative center of Manang, the walk follows the river Masrsyangdi into the lovely cool forest of pine and rhododendron trees. During walks glorified by the stunning scenery of beautiful landscapes with snow peaks of Annapurna, Lamjung, Manaslu, Pisang, and Chulu peaks.

After a few days of scenic walks as altitude gains slowly then enter Manang valley and its lovely villages. Where you will be surrounded by an array of snow peaks in the close harmony of local villages adorned with Buddhism religion. As well as the exciting culture of great age-old heritage and custom amidst a high scenic valley enclosed by mountains. At Manang enjoy a rest day with a hike to a scenic viewpoint and explore the villages of great colorful culture and custom. From Manang head towards our main highlights at beautiful emerald-colored Tilicho Lake, where a walk takes you around the windswept country.

The adventure leads past the last village Khangsar of Manang to reach the arid and dry mountain wilderness at Lake Tilicho. Hindus believe that Tilicho Lake, the ancient KakBhusundi mentioned in the epic Ramayana. Where a sage KakBhusundi is believed to have first told the happenings of Ramayana to Garuda - king of birds, near this lake. The sage took the form of a crow while telling the story to Garuda. Crow translates to Kak in Sanskrit, hence the name KakBhusndi for the sage.  

Tilicho Lake is located at 4,949 m and 16,138 feet within the north of the Annapurna Himalaya range, known as the highest lake for its size in the world, even though there are lakes at higher altitudes even in Nepal, and larger, higher lakes in Tibet. After an enjoyable visit to Tilicho Lake head back on the main Annapurna circuit trail to cross the highest point. Where climb leads to Thorang-la at 5, 416 m high facing a breathtaking panorama of the giant mountain range that surrounds Thorang-La pass. bypassing the throng la pass, you have left Manang district and gone to mustang district. a mustang district is a place full of beauty of its own.

Nepal's upper mustang trekking route also falls in this area. From Thorang la pass descends to a holy site of Muktinath. Muktinath is an important pilgrimage for Hindu followers to the temple of Lord Vishnu.

One of many great gods of the Hindu religion, the word Muktinath means Liberation to Nirvana. From Muktinath, the rest of the walk is much easier on a downhill trail to Kali Gandaki River valley. As route follows through the nice town of Jomsom and lovely villages of Marpha, Tukuche, and Ghasa back into tree lines. This grand adventure takes you to the world’s deepest gorge of Kali Gandaki River valley to reach Tatopani. A village with a natural hot spring to enjoy a refreshing dip and relax your muscles after many days of walking.

Tatopani village, situated at low warm sub-tropical temperatures, and then our trek continues heading uphill through lovely rhododendron and pine forest. Then reach the cooler and high scenic village of Ghorepani, where next early morning a short hike takes you to the top Poon-Hill. From this high hill enjoy striking sunrise over a chain of the Himalayan mountain range, and then the rest of the trek is pleasant.

As adventure slowly ends taking a long downhill to low warm farm villages for an interesting drive to the beautiful city of Pokhara. A nice and wonderful place to complete our long trek of more than two weeks. Where you can enjoy relaxing and marveling at the views of Phewa Lake and of Annapurna Himalaya. The dramatic deep valleys, Buddhist Culture, and the scenery of mountains are the reason for this wonderful Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho and Poon Hill Trek.

Annapurna Circuit With Tilicho Lake and poon Hill Trek for Best seasons:

Choosing the perfect time for Annapurna Circuit Trek along Tilicho Lake depends on how you want to hike and what you want to see during the hike. However, autumn and spring are considered the best seasons for trekking in Nepal.

September-November (autumn) is considered the best season. The weather is very pleasant and comfortable in this season. This is the perfect time to experience the beauty of the mountains. Nepal's two major festivals also meet in the autumn, so you will have the opportunity to experience Nepal's festivals along with the trek.

December-February (winter) is an adventurous season as you meet a few tourists and very few teahouses in operation. At an altitude of more than 5,000 meters, the weather here is cold in winter. Extraordinarily cold weather with frequent snowfall can be extremely challenging. The surrounding scenery is covered with snow, so locals move to lower ground. Therefore, we do not recommend you this season for hiking at high altitudes, such as the Annapurna Circuit.

March-May (spring) is a fun season for hiking. With warm and long days, this is considered the second peak season for circuit trekking. Rhododendron forests covered with mountains will make your trail clearly satisfying. Clear weather helps you to see the beautiful scenery of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges as well as the red gourds that bloom everywhere. This season is also highly recommended.

June-August (summer) Nepal gets hot weather along with monsoon rains. Despite the cold weather in the highlands, torrential rains, landslides, and broken road tracks have made it impossible to walk on the Annapurna circuit. The southern region of Annapurna, Pokhara, receives heavy rainfall, while the northern region, including Mustang, is less rain-prone. You are only going to trek this season if you are a rain lover and you enjoy the adventure with slippery wet trails.

Annapurna Circuit With Tilicho Lake poon Hill Trek Food and Accommodation:

Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek are included in the package cost. It includes fresh, nutritious, clean, and delicious food with a combination of local and continental dishes. We select the best dishes available at teahouses and lodges. We provide breakfast while staying in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Farewell dinner is free in Kathmandu, except for lunch and dinner in Pokhara and Kathmandu. Authentic Nepali, as well as ordinary international food, is also available. Breakfast and dinner will be provided at the tea house where we are staying, while lunch will be provided on the way to another destination.

All accommodation along the trek is included in the package. We provide hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara. During the trek, you will stay in comfortable hill lodges or tea houses which may not include all the amenities like in Pokhara and Kathmandu. Accommodation will be provided on a two-partnership basis. The same room can be arranged according to your need if available at extra cost during the trial. Some teahouses have bathrooms, while others may have shared bathrooms.

 Physical fitness and experience requirements:

Along with the trek to Lake Tilicho, the Annapurna trek is a challenging trek. Hiking usually lasts 4 to 7 hours a day, with regular breaks soaking in the amazing mountain views. The trekking routes in Annapurna include long ascents, steep slopes, and straight-forward roads. Previous hiking experience would be an added benefit, but no technical experience and skills are required.

Hikers who can walk for 5 to 6 hours a day can complete the Annapurna trek from Tilicho Lake. Please note that walking at a higher altitude is physically necessary than walking at a lower altitude. Exercising and running regularly a few weeks before the trip will increase your stamina, and the fitter you are, the more enjoyable your hiking experience will be.

To join the Annapurna Circuit Walk of Lake Tilicho, you need to be healthy with general physical fitness and a good dose of positive attitude, confidence, and determination. Participants with pre-existing medical conditions such as heart, lung, and blood diseases should notify us before booking the trek.

Equipment & Packing List for Annapurna Circuit With Tilicho Lake poon Hill Trek:

This list outlines the required things to bring during the Annapurna Circuit With Tilicho Lake poon Hill Trek The weight limit for your luggage is 15 kg. Remember that your luggage will be carried by our porter. However, you are required to carry a small day- pack with your valuables or anything important. We advise you to pack only what is necessary.

Important Items: Airline tickets; Valid passport; 2 extra passport size photos; Photocopy of your passport; Insurance paper; Dollars, Pounds, or Euros in cash for purchasing a Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying at restaurants and hotels, for gratuities, snacks and to purchase your own drinks and gifts; Credit Card (Visa/ Mater Card) for withdrawing cash from cash machines if needs.

For Head: Sun Hat; Bandana or head scarf; Headlamp with extra batteries; Sun Glasses with UV protection.ftr5cwszxtrfw

For Upper Body: Shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves); Lightweight thermal tops; Fleece Jacket or Wool Sweater; Wind Cheater jacket; Down Jacket

For Lower Body: 1 pair of lightweight thermal bottoms; 1 pair of fleece or woolen trousers; 1 pair of waterproof shell pants and 1 pair of hiking trousers.

For Hands: 1 pair of lightweight wool or fleece gloves and 1 pair of lightweight poly liner gloves.

For Feet: 2 pairs of thin inner socks; 2 pairs of poly or wool socks; 1 pair of Hiking boots (sturdy soles, water-resistant, ankle support); 1 pair of running shoes and/or sandals.

Other Useful Items: 1 sleeping bag (good to -20 degrees C or 28 degrees F); Rucksack and Travel Bags; 1 large duffel bag *; A small daypack/backpack for carrying your valuables; Small padlocks for duffel- bags; 2 large waterproof rucksack covers (optional).

Medical: Your daily taking medicine if any; small personal first aid kit; Aspirin, plasters (band-aids); Sunscreen; lip balms; Anti-diarrhea pills; Anti-headache pills; A cough and/or cold medicine; Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetazolamide; Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin.

Digital camera; 2 water bottles (1 liter each); disposable rubbish sacks; Toiletries: 1 medium-sized quick-drying towel; Toothbrush/paste; Multi-purpose soap; Deodorants; Nail clippers; Face and body moisturizer; Tissue /toilet roll; hiking poles, snack food (chocolate/ biscuits); umbrella; reading book or pack of cards (for leisure time during trekking).

Note: If any items are not available in your hometown you can buy them in Trekking Store in Kathmandu before you on trekking.

Important Note

  • The above itinerary is basically a guideline. If you're not satisfied or have an alternative plan please feel free to discuss it with us. 
  • The cost will be valued by Your standard of hotels, service, group size, and other extra activities. Please kindly let us know.

Trip Itinerary

Day

1
On arrival in Kathmandu and Nepal International Airport via various international airlines, received by our guide and staff for a short transfer to the heart of Kathmandu city. Where is your hotel is located, after checking into your rooms, and then meet other members of the trip at the hotel lobby for a briefing. The briefing includes important information regarding Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake and Poon Hill Trek, to make your holiday in Nepal more enjoyable. The evening group welcomes dinner in a lovely Nepalese Restaurant with an introduction to the culture of Nepal with folk dance and music.

Day

2

After early breakfast, a scenic drive leads towards the scenic highway. This is an interesting drive through the foothills of the Himalayas. The road has been greatly improved in recent years. As our route diverts from Dumre town towards north to Besisar from the main highway. A large town and headquarter of the Lamjung region. From here drive continues on a rough track following Masrsyangdi River, as the road follows upstream to reach Syange village.

The drive continues high above the river valley to reach Jagat and then at Chamche village for an overnight stop, after a long exciting overland journey from Kathmandu. Transfer into a nice local lodge and get rest for the next morning's walks towards Manang and Tilicho Lake.

Day

3

Morning from Chamche, walk leads to cross a suspension bridge over raging Masrsyangdi river, after the bridge climb for another 2-3 hours till Tal Besi is reached, the village situated on a wide valley by the side of the Masrsyangdi River. From here on into Manang district, on leaving Tal walk gets easier on the gentle path till to a bridge, from here a short climb to a small place with few teahouses, the walk winds on the up and downhill path coming to a large bridge, after the bridge another hour of great walk brings to the village of Dharapani.

From Dharapani the vegetation, people, and the landscapes changes and the air gets cooler, the trail then climbs through forests to Bagarchap, the first village on the trek with typical Tibetan architecture, facing views of Annapurna peaks. Transfer to a nice lodge, around this quaint village with strong Tibetan culture of Buddhism religion.

Day

4

After a pleasant overnight stop at Bagarchap, a cool morning walk begins as altitude gains slowly reaching the apple country area at Dhanaqi village. As the walk leads past a farm area of apple orchard and beautiful pine forest with views of Lamjung and Annapurna II peaks.

From here climb to Timang village for the lunch stop, a large village of mixed hill tribes with views of Lamjung, Annapurna, and Manaslu Himalaya towards the east. The afternoon walk follows the river Masrsyangdi upstream past Koto village which is near Chame. From Koto, a short hour of easy walk brings you to Chame for an overnight stop. Chame an important place in the Manang region, and the district headquarters.

Day

5
The walk from Chame follows on the other side of the river's northern bank, on leaving Chame, walk through pine and rhododendron woods with few ups and downs till Bratang village. After a short rest walk continues on a gradual path up to a bridge and then climbs into a pine forest to reach a high ridge called Dukure Pokhari for a possible lunch stop before Pisang village. From here an easy downhill walk facing views of Pisang and Chulu peaks with Pisang village, an hour walk brings you to Pisang village for overnight stop, from here on into wide Manang scenic valley.

Day

6

From Pisang onward walks lead with grand views of high snow-capped peaks, as the trail climbs steeply up for an hour, after a short gradual walk from the Pisang village to reach the top of a small hill. The top offers dramatic views of Manang valley and surrounding high peaks of Gangapurna, Annapurna II, III, Tilicho, and on the right Chuli east, on the back facing Pisang peak.

After a great view downhill on a gradual path to Hongde village with a small airstrip. From Hongde walk is more or less flat on a wide trail to Manang. As altitude gains were slowly as you reach Braga village near main Manang village. At Braga visit Braga Monastery the oldest and most important Buddhist monastery located on top of a village, it has an outstanding display of statues and Thangka (religious paintings) with ancient Buddhist manuscripts. From here it is only an hour's walk to the main Manang village for an overnight stop.

Day

7

Manang is a large main village of the district after Chame town, enclosed by high peaks of the Annapurna range in the south with a Chulu group of peaks towards the north. Manang is a perfect place and altitude for a necessary rest day for acclimatization before heading to higher ground, the morning after breakfast explore Manang.

The village of about 500 flat-roofed houses, a picturesque setting amongst some spectacular scenery of Annapurna- II, Annapurna- III, and Gangapurna to the South - Tilicho peak at 7,132 m. includes the Grand Barrier to the North-West - Chulu West, and Chulu East peaks.

Day

8
After Manang village morning walk leads to another highlight of the trip, as the route diverts from the main Annapurna circuit trail to reach the last village of Manang at Khangsar on route Tilicho Lake. From here head further with an ups and down path on windswept terrain to reach a small settlement at Siri Kharka with a few fine simple lodges for overnight stay.

Day

9
From Siri, Kharka walks towards Tilicho Lake, facing tremendous views of Gangapurna and Tilicho peaks, walk leads beyond isolated areas of Manang valley, morning walk on rough path of stones and scree with ups and down to reach at Tilicho Base Camp for an overnight stop before heading to our destination at Tilicho Lake in a local lodge with chances of spotting some wild-life like antelopes, musk deer or elusive snow leopard.

Day

10

The morning starts with the scenic hike to one of our main destinations at beautiful Tilicho Lake situated within the complete wilderness. Surrounded by high peaks of Tilicho and Gangapurna Himal, from here onward into the dry and arid country, as morning heads downhill for some time, then with steep up for a while and then descend to reach Tilicho Lake, after a hike of few hours from base camp.

Tilicho Lake, fed from the glacier of Tilicho and Gangapurna peaks including other smaller mountains of Nilgiri peaks, this scenic lake is regarded as holy by the Hindu and Buddhist followers, the spiritual mystical story is based on ancient Hindu sacred books. Here enjoy the fabulous scenery within the lake premises and return to base camp and continue walking for another few hours to SiriKharak for an overnight stop after a marvelous time around Tilicho Lake.

Day

11
After a pleasant overnight at Siri Kharka, the morning starts with down and ups and a gradual path to Khangsar village. Having a refreshing break continue to walk to reach the main trail of Annapurna Circuit, as the route leads to a small settlement of Ghunsang village, and then reach Yak Kharka for an overnight stop. Enjoying a scenic trek with views of snowcapped mountains, on crossing a small stream to Yak Kharka, a small settlement with several good lodges facing views of Gangapurna, Annapurna-III, and Chulu Peaks.

Day

12
From Yak Kharka, morning leads on gradual ups as elevation gains to reach the base of Thorang-la, after crossing a bridge and then climbing along a riverbank of Jarjung. A walk leads to Thorang Phedi, after a short stop at Phedi continue to climb for an hour to reach Thorang High Camp for an overnight stop.

Day

13

Today, another highlight of the adventure as the walk starts after an early breakfast is a long climb to Thorang-la with a steep and winding path to reach atop Thorang La Pass at 5,416 m / 17,700 feet high. The highest spot of the journey enjoys the spectacular panorama high mountain range of Annapurna, Chulu, and Damodar Himal with Dhaulagiri snow-capped peaks.

The pass festooned with Buddhist prayer flags, and from here a long downhill to Muktinath around the Lower Mustang area. After an easy walk from the bottom of Thorang-La reach Muktinath for an overnight stop, a holy spot for both Hindus and Buddhists the word Muktinath means a place for Liberation from the present life to Nirvana.

Day

14

After Muktinath, the adventure continues with an easy descent of 1,200 m drop to Kaligandaki River valley, as walk passes Ekale Bhatti as the valley gets very windy in the afternoon time. Walk from here follows on the gentle trail for another two hours to reach Jomsom town. Jomsom, headquarter of the Mustang district with a small airstrip, above Kaligandaki River.

Stopping in Jomsom for lunch and then a few hours of easy walk brings you to Marpha village for an overnight stop. A lovely place with whitewashed houses, paved streets, and many well-kept lodges. Here enjoy and celebrate with the local apple products like cider, brandy, and juice. Marpha and Kaligandaki River valley are famous for delicious apples and the local products from the apples.

Day

15

From Marpha, an enjoyable trek following Kaligandaki River downstream to reach another lovely village of Tukuche, located beneath high Tukuche peak and Mt. Dhaulagiri and its massif Ice-Fall. From here close views of Mt. Nilgiri. After Tukuche down to Larjung village, then cross over a wide river bed, either by series of temporary small wooden bridges or take a high suspension bridge.

After an hour's walks, head back into a tree line of pines, oaks, and rhododendron, the path meanders away from the river for a while and then back to the river bed just before Kalapani and Lete village. As a walk leads to crossing a suspension bridge over the Kaligandaki River. From the bridge a short walk to Kalapani village. Kalapani, another lovely village of more than 20 houses with excellent lodges with a grand view of Mt. Annapurna- I, Nilgiri, and Dhaulagiri above beautiful forest surrounding, and then a short descent takes you to Lete village for an overnight stop.

Day

16

Morning enjoys views of Annapurna, Nilgiri, and Dhaulagiri range of peaks, and then start gently from Kalapani or Lete, as the trail leads to a dramatic change of vegetation from dry, arid desert to pine and conifer forests walk leads through in-between two giant peaks of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalaya that forms into the world's deepest gorge of Kaligandaki. The first two hours trek heads through Ghasa village, which is the end of the Mustang area.

As you enter within Mygdi district enjoy the view of snow-capped peaks and walk past the cool forest surrounding, as the route heads past many farm villages, to reach an open wide lower warm country of paddy fields to reach Tatopani. The pleasant walk amidst beautiful surroundings continues back to the terraced paddy fields and into the warm sub-tropical climate to the village of Tatopani walking past the beautiful waterfalls of Rupsi. Then finally end the day at a village with a natural ‘Hot Spring’ hence the village name is Tatopani.

The warm valley of Tatopani is quite constricted with sub-tropic climate and vegetation. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon with a dip in a hot pool near your lodge in Tatopani village.

Day

17

After a refreshing time at Tatopani, the trek continues on a gradual trail for an hour to cross a suspension bridge over the Kaligandaki River. A walk leads by the river for a while to reach the mid-way of Beni and Ghorepani routes. Our walk diverts heading for a steep climb, from here onwards heading towards the terraced hillside, dotted with farms and villages.

After the steep climb of a few hours, and then on a gradual path within farm terraces as the walk enters into a cool dense rhododendron forests to reach Sikha and Chitre villages. As climb gains heights then end the long day at Ghorepani village for an overnight halt in a nice lovely warm lodge with views of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna South peaks.

Day

18

Early morning an hour hike and climb to Poon-Hill at 3,210 m high, to catch stunning sunrise over panorama of Himalayan peaks, that includes Dhaulagiri-Annapurna to Mt. Manaslu range. After a busy photo session return to Ghorepani for breakfast.

From Ghorepani walk on the main trail with much downhill through lovely rhododendron and pine forest. As the walk follows past Bhanthati village to reach a large Ulleri village. From here on stone-paved steps to the suspension bridge at Tirkhedhunga. After Tirkhedhunga, pleasant walk downhill to the beautiful village of Bhirethati, located by the river Modi.

From this village another half hour of easy walk to Nayapul, which is on the main highway of Beni and Pokhara. From here a scenic drive of fewer than two hours to reach Pokhara for an overnight stop by the serene Lake Phewa with time for a visit around the Lake and bid farewell to the rest of the trekking staff and porters.

Day

19

Pokhara is an amazing and beautiful place for all types of adventure sports to enjoy, from paragliding, zip-flyer, ultra-light flights, or taking a Bungee jump. For leisure activities boating on Phewa Lake, biking around Pokhara, and taking a short hike to Peace Stupa opposite the hill from the lake. As well one can enjoy an early morning short drive uphill to Sarangkot, a famous place for striking sunrise views over an array of snow peaks range.

This scenic spot is also famous for other sports activities like Para-Gliding, Zip Flyer, and a short hike within the beautiful backdrop of Annapurna Himalayas. After grand views of sunrise and enjoying the panorama of the snow mountain range, then head back to the hotel for breakfast, with a tour of Pokhara's natural wonders of the deep Seti River gorge, the wonderful waterfalls, and spend time in the heart of Pokhara and watch the hill people of western Nepal and their varied culture and custom.

Day

20
An enjoyable time in Pokhara, a great place to relax, from this scenic city morning drive to Kathmandu on the main interesting highway past many farm villages and towns, and then upon the winding road to reach the outskirt of Kathmandu valley. From the top of Nag-Dhunga and Thankot town, down towards hustle, and bustle city in Kathmandu, and then back to your hotel, where our great adventure completes.

Day

21
A free day to enjoy free individual activities or just relax and join in for an interesting sightseeing tour of Kathmandu major cities of Patan / Lalitpur and Bhaktapur. All the cities are steeped with historical and religious places listed in a world heritage site.

Day

22
On your last day in Nepal, enjoy a memorable adventure and experience on Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake and Poon Hill Trek, as time for your international flight our staff transfer you to the airport for homeward bound.

Inclusions

  • Airport Pick up and drop-up service by Private vehicles.
  • 3 Nights’ accommodation with breakfast at Three-star Hotel in Kathmandu (Twin sharing basis).
  • 2 Night accommodation with breakfast at a Three-star hotel in Pokhara (Twin sharing basis).
  • 3 meals such a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cup of tea) during the trek.
  • Teahouse accommodation during the trek (Twin sharing basis).
  • Public bus transportation from Kathmandu to Besi Sahar.
  • Public jeep sharing transportation from Besi Sahar to Chamche.
  • Annapurna conservation permits and TIMS Permits.
  • One professional trekking guide as well his insurance, well-paid salary, equipment, foods & Hotel.
  • One porter between two people as well his insurance, well-paid salary, equipment, foods & Hotel.
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley with a city tour guide by private van.
  • Private vehicles transportation Nayapaul to Pokhara (Trek endpoint).
  • Deluxe touristic bus transportation from Pokhara to Kathmandu.
  • Tourists’ service charge, vat.
  • International airfare & Nepal Visa Fee (You may easily issue a Nepal visa on your travel).
  • Nepal Travel insurance.
  • Meals while in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Kathmandu sightseeing entrance fee.
  • personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, hot shower, Trek equipment, etc..).
  • Private Transportation Kathmandu-Besisahar-Chamche.
    • Private transportation, Pokhara to Kathmandu, or fly tickets extras paid.
      • Expenses occurred due to unavoidable Events i.e. road wrecks, flight delays, etc.
      • Tips for staff (it is expected)

      Complimentary

        • Farewell dinner in a famous Nepali restaurant with a Nepali culture dance program.
        • Sleeping bag during the treks, if inquiry (to be returned after the trip completion).
        • Annapurna Circuit Trekking map.
        • Seasonal Fresh fruit during the trek. 
        • Complementary duffel.
        • Certificate of achievement.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      On this lovely Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho and Poon Hill trek overnight stop in nice tourist standard lodge and guest house. Having large or small rooms with attached and non-attached bathrooms and toilets includes a large dining room with a warm environment and friendly hospitality and services including an excellent food menu with some home-baked bakeries items. But places like Siri Kharka around Tilicho Lake and at the high camp of Thorang-La pass, the lodge are very simple and limited food menu, but comfortable with nice homely service, clean and hygienic meals to enjoy from few western, Chinese, Indian, Tibetan, and Nepalese food available as per the standard of the lodge.

      Communication is available in all major trekking destinations from ISTD to STD or Sat-Phone, besides mentioned communication system. Cell phones are used by all Nepalese in whole Nepal. Where you can buy a local SIM for the trek as well, the difference is where you are. Sometimes the network does not work at its best, due to bad weather or in a deep valley and gorge as well enclosed by the high mountain range.

      Not at all, the trek is safe accompanied by our expert guide and strong loyal porters. The only health risk could be your personal medical problem or sudden unavoidable circumstance arise like bad weather, heavy snow-fall or rock falls which can happen any time anywhere. Our guides are experts taking care and precaution for the whole group for safety and making secure with an enjoyable holiday in Nepal.  

       

      Not a problem, our staff and guide as well Hiker Himalaya representatives will be at the airport to receive you, welcome you with a traditional welcome of garland, and then escort you to your hotel.

      For altitude mountain sickness or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness), the best is proper acclimatization and taking good rest, and drinking enough fluids like water, warm soup, and light green tea or hot lemon. Walking high and sleeping low is another good way of acclimatizing to high altitude. Trekkers with these symptoms should descend to a lower level with accompanying guides, staff, and close friends or relatives. In a very severe situation immediate rescue medical evacuation taking Helicopter service back to Kathmandu or the nearest city with good hospitals. But on this trek hardly people get altitude sickness as elevation gains slow and gradually and staying overnights at certain heights and walking slowly will prevent you from catching altitude sickness.

      Yes, you must get Travel and Medical Insurance in your country, in case of trip cancellation due to bad worse weather. As well roadblocks due to landslides, avalanches including political disturbance, strikes, and arson can happen anywhere in the world apart from Nepal. For medical insurance in case of serious medical problems with high altitude symptoms that you might need immediate rescue by the fastest means like Helicopter service. Where all the expenses of the whole journey are due to incompleteness, your insurance comes in handy to get reimbursed. Hike Himalaya can only help you by issuing a letter with a doctor's certificate to support the claim from your insurance company.

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      Best trip of my life! I travel with Prakash and in was really nice, good organization and beautifull place to visit. Everything was perfect! I suggest to everyone to go with him in the mountain, for a intresting, beautyfull experience!

      Wuao b
      Swaziland

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