All of the world’s explorers would be on a bucket list ‘trekking in the Himalayas.’ A hike in Nepal, the Himalayas Annapurna Base Camp (Annapurna Base Camp) will allow you to conquer that. Considered to be one of the most stunning and popular trekking trails in the country, your breath is definitely taken away on your trip to base camps in the mystical Annapurna area in a thick tropical forest, scenic villages and ice-covered mountains.
I bet you tell it’s worth every bit of battle that you face, until you’re at the base camp at 4130 m above sea-level in this 7 day walk. Poon Hill can also be part of the Annapurna Base Camp route, which raises to 10 the cumulative days of the walk. The sunrise in the backdrop of Poon’s snow capped mountain ranges Annapurna and Dhaulagiri will make your top ten attractions quickly.
The Annapurna Base Camp trek is a moderate range with regard to the issue, but it will definitely pull you out. The endless measures you meet, in particular in the early days, will test your resilience. Try to reduce the weight of your baggage for a convenient and fun journey, whether you employ a porter or guide.
HOW TO BEGIN
To get the permission to access an Annapurna Sanctuary, you first need to do Annapurna Base Camp trekking. You can either get it from Kathmandu or from Pokhara. Go to the Tourist Policeman and the Authority near LakeSide in Pokhara. The office is open until 10 AM. To get the permit, you require 4 photographs of passport size and your passport.
The Pokhara Lakeside has various shops where you can buy trekking gears and other essentials for your trekking journey. And I think this will be cheaper than your place no matter from wherever you’re going! Sleeping bags, coats, tablets, drugs you name this. So wait until you hit Pokhara to buy anything you need instead of buying and packing it from your hometown
BEST TIME TO VISIT
March-May & October–December is the perfect time for Annapurna Base Camp treks. Due to landslides and leeches, it is advisable to stop hiking during the Monsoon season (June – September). But lodges remain open throughout the year, but in the off-season the availability would be lower.
FOOD AND ACCOMODATION
The key methods of lodging in the villages are the lodges (Tea House). Room prices are set everywhere. Double room with Rs. 400, single room with Rs. 200 (which is rare) and dormitory with Rs. 180. Keep in mind that many inns won’t have toilets in Western style (especially at higher places). The price of your food is – (but the flavor is falling!). Tikhedhunga cost 50 Rs black tea for 100 Rs in the Basecamp of Annapurna. Dhal Bhat is the most popular food in the area (rice with grain and vegetable curry).
In the high season, rooms in smaller towns with fewer lodges, in particular in Sinuwa, Dovan and Bamboo, may be inaccessible. It is often easier to approach people from the other way round to get an understanding of space availability.
On the first day, you will have to arrive in Pokhara, where you will be met by our representative and brought to the accommodation. You will start by a short bus on the first day of the trip to Nayapul, where the trek starts. The first approach is by passing the suspension bridge on the Burundi River downhill to Birethanti. You sign formalities with the authority in this tiny village. After that, the walk goes up to Ghandruk via Chane. At the beginning, the tour towards Ghandruk is flat along the Modi River before heading up to Kimche and up to Ghandruk. Sleep in a lodge at Ghandruk and spend the evening in the village.
As we begin our trip towards Sinuwa, we leave the settlement of Ghandruk behind. The road then becomes steep in the direction of Jhinu Danda, before you enter Gurung Village in Chhomrong. We’re going to pass a bridge on the Chhomrong River at Chhomrong. As we walk from here to Sinuwa, the views over bamboo, rhododendron and oak trees are amazing.
The trek starts from the town of Sinuwa to Kuldhigar on a very simple note. At this point you can pass Dobhan via a suspension crossing by a steep, steep staircase. The day trek is bordered by forests of bamboo, rhododendron and Oak. You will be able to reach Deoria, the destination of the day after a trek through the Himalayan and Hinku valleys.
This day will be the winding day as we commence our final journey towards the Annapurna Base Camp. We’ll find Bagar a quick walk along the River Modi. Bagar is the basis of the Machhapuchhre base camp starting point. After an hour’s rest and some time in Machhapuchhre, we will start to visit the most magnificent peaks over 7000-8000m, which leads to the Annapurna shrine. You will trace your steps to Bamboo through Bagar, Deurali and Dobhan after spending some time in the sanctuary. You travel through several cascades, caves, temples and Rhododendron, Oak and Bamboo Trees.
After passing Sinuwa, you’ll climb down to a bridge across the Chhomrong River. Gurung Village is reached by crossing the bridge.