Base Camp Trip

Base Camp Trip
WhatsApp Icon

+977 98-430-35-522

Base Camp Trip

Ultimate Adventure: 10-Day Annapurna Base Camp Trek Unveiled

0 (0 Reviews)
From: $0,00
(0 review)

10 days 9 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

1 person



About this tour

Welcome, fellow adventurer, to the doorstep of one of Nepal’s most revered trekking destinations – the Annapurna Base Camp. Here, amidst the towering peaks and pristine landscapes of the Himalayas, awaits an odyssey of discovery and wonder. Join us as we delve into the intricacies of the Annapurna Base Camp trek, unraveling its mysteries and unveiling its treasures one step at a time.

Planning Your Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Choosing the Optimal Time: The Annapurna Base Camp trek offers different charms depending on the season. While the spring months (March to May) bring blooming rhododendron forests and clear skies, the autumn season (September to November) offers crisp mountain air and unparalleled vistas. Understanding the nuances of each season will help you select the perfect time for your trekking adventure.

Permits and Regulations: Before embarking on your journey, it’s crucial to obtain the necessary permits and adhere to local regulations. The Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card are mandatory for all trekkers. Additionally, familiarize yourself with conservation guidelines and cultural sensitivities to ensure a respectful and sustainable trekking experience.

Fitness Preparation: While the Annapurna Base Camp trek is accessible to trekkers of varying fitness levels, adequate physical preparation is essential. Incorporating cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and endurance workouts into your routine will help build the stamina and resilience needed to tackle the trekking trails with confidence.

Annapurna Base Camp trek
Annapurna Base Camp trek

Crafting Your Route and Itinerary

Exploring Trail Options: The Annapurna Base Camp trek offers multiple route variations, each with its own allure and challenges. Whether you opt for the classic route from Nayapul or Phedi, or choose a more off-the-beaten-path trail, such as the Mardi Himal route, there’s a path to suit every adventurer’s preferences and abilities.

Sample Itinerary: Crafting a well-balanced itinerary is key to maximizing your enjoyment of the trek while allowing for proper acclimatization. A typical 10-day itinerary might include stops at iconic landmarks like Ghorepani and Poon Hill, as well as leisurely exploration of villages such as Chhomrong and Bamboo before reaching the ultimate destination – Annapurna Base Camp.

Essential Gear and Packing Tips

Gear Checklist: Packing the right gear is essential for a comfortable and safe trekking experience. From durable hiking boots and moisture-wicking clothing to essential safety gear and personal hygiene items, a comprehensive gear checklist will ensure you’re well-prepared for the rigors of the trail.

Packing Strategies: Efficient packing is an art form that can make or break your trekking experience. Organize your gear into categories, use lightweight and compact items whenever possible, and consider the benefits of waterproofing your belongings to protect them from the elements. With a well-organized pack, you’ll be ready to tackle any terrain with ease.

Accommodation and Facilities

Tea Houses vs. Camping: Along the Annapurna Base Camp trek trail, trekkers have the option to stay in traditional tea houses or camp under the starry skies. Tea houses offer basic accommodation, hearty meals, and a chance to connect with fellow travelers, while camping provides a more immersive experience in nature.

Tea House Experience: Tea houses dot the trekking route, offering weary trekkers a warm welcome and a comfortable place to rest. Enjoy the cozy ambiance of communal dining halls, savor delicious Nepali cuisine prepared with local ingredients, and recharge your spirits by the crackling fire as you swap stories with fellow adventurers.

Health and Safety

Altitude Sickness Prevention: While the risk of altitude sickness on the Annapurna Base Camp trek is relatively low, it’s essential to acclimatize gradually and stay vigilant for symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, and nausea. Hydration, adequate rest, and a slow ascent are key strategies for preventing altitude-related illnesses.

First Aid and Emergency Preparedness: Carrying a well-stocked first aid kit and knowing how to administer basic medical care can be lifesaving in remote mountain environments. Familiarize yourself with common trekking injuries and ailments, and have a plan in place for emergencies, including evacuation procedures and access to medical assistance.

Cultural and Natural Highlights

Immersing Yourself in Local Culture: The Annapurna region is not only a feast for the senses but also a treasure trove of cultural heritage. Take the time to interact with local communities, learn about their customs and traditions, and participate in cultural activities such as traditional dance performances or village homestays.

Exploring Natural Wonders: From lush forests teeming with wildlife to majestic waterfalls and towering peaks, the natural beauty of the Annapurna region is unparalleled. Keep your eyes peeled for exotic flora and fauna, soak in the serenity of alpine lakes, and marvel at the awe-inspiring vistas that unfold around every bend in the trail.

Capturing Memories

Photography Tips: The Annapurna Base Camp trek offers endless opportunities for capturing stunning photographs that will serve as cherished mementos of your journey. Experiment with composition, lighting, and perspective to capture the essence of the Himalayas in all its glory.

Recommended Camera Gear: When it comes to camera gear, prioritize lightweight and versatile equipment that won’t weigh you down on the trail. A sturdy DSLR or mirrorless camera paired with a versatile zoom lens is ideal for capturing a wide range of subjects, from sweeping landscapes to intimate portraits of local life.

Environmental Conservation

Preserving the Wilderness: As stewards of the land, it’s our responsibility to minimize our environmental impact and preserve the fragile ecosystems of the Annapurna region. Follow Leave No Trace principles, such as packing out your waste, staying on designated trails, and respecting wildlife and vegetation, to ensure the long-term sustainability of the trekking environment.

Sustainable Travel Practices: Support eco-friendly initiatives and responsible tourism practices that prioritize conservation and community development. Choose accommodations and tour operators that are committed to sustainable practices, and seek out opportunities to contribute positively to the local economy and environment.

As you stand on the threshold of the Annapurna Base Camp trek, poised to embark on a journey of discovery and adventure, remember that the true essence of the Himalayas lies not just in their towering peaks and breathtaking landscapes, but in the transformative power of the journey itself.

May your trek be filled with wonder, camaraderie, and moments of profound connection with the natural world and the communities that call it home.So lace up your boots, breathe in the crisp mountain air, and step boldly into the unknown. The mountains are calling, and your adventure awaits


  • Mesmerizing sceneries of Mt. Annapurna 1 4130m, Annapurna II 7937m, Annapurna III, 7355m, Annapurna IV 7525m, Annapurna South 7219m, Machhapuchre 6999m, Dhaulagiri 8167m, Hiunchuli 6441m and Many Other Ice Peak Mountain
  • Lush forests of Rhododendrons and Oaks
  • Numerous rivers, suspension bridge and waterfall
  • Rich local people Culture and Tradition in Annapurna Basecamp Villages
  • Flora and Fauna of Annapurna Conservation Areas
  • Natural Hot Spring in Jhinu Danda
  • Traditional Sherpa Villages, Culture, Traditions and Hospitality
  • Warm-Hearthed People of Annapurna Region


  • Airport Pick up and Drop by Private Car upon arrival and departure
  • Hotel Accomodation (Shared Room for Minimum 2 Pax and Single Room for Private Trip) in Kathmandu & Pokhara as per Itinerary
  • All clean Standard Teahouses (Shared Room for Minimum 2 Pax and Single Room for Private Trip) in Chommrong, Himalaya/Daurali, Annapurna Basecamp and Jinu Dhanda as per Package booked
  • Deluxe Tourist Bus Ticket from Kathmandu to Pokhara (both ways)
  • Jeep from Pokhara to Nayapul & Mutque (both ways)
  • Meals 3 x a day as per mentioned in Itinerary
  • Company Duffle Bag to lend for trekking
  • Sleeping Bag to lend for trekking
  • Seasonal Fruits during trekking
  • Professional Experienced Licensed English Speaking Guide
  • Porter (1 Porter for 2 People with maximum luggage 25 kgs)
  • Annapurna Conversation Trekking Permit & Government Tax
  • Nepal Visa Online Application Service
  • Emergency Evacuation Management / Service by Horse or Helicopter
  • Farewell Dinner before Departure
  • Official Trekking Certificate from our Company
  • Flight ticket to Nepal & Travel Insurance
  • Tourist Visa On Arrival Fee --> 15 Days = USD 30, 30 Days = USD 50
  • Tips for Guide & Porter
  • Extra Accommodation which is caused by your early arrival or late departure other than the trek date, and if you are back to Kathmandu early from the trek due to any problem or rescue (other personal reasons).
  • Horse Rent / Helicopter Cost/Expenses for Emergency Evacuation or Personal Request
  • Personal Expenses for trekking such as mountain gear or equipments, shopping, wifi/nepal simcard, phone/battery charge, hot water/shower, extra personal meals, drinks (mineral water), snacks, laundry etc
  • Other Personal Expenses which are not included in the above facilities.


Day 01 : Arrive in Kathmandu 1300m, Pick up at Airport and Drop at Hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu

You arrive in Kathmandu today and our company staff will pick you up at  Tribhuvan International Airport then drop you at Hotel. Our Staff will also give  briefing you about the Annapurna Basecamp Trip and hand over duffle bag for your to pack your stuff for trekking. Payment on the balance trip cost also will be done today. If you come in the morning or early time today, we will have welcome dinner otherwise we will provide you with packed dinner in your room from the hotel you stay. Our Staff will also inform you what time you must wake up & prepared the following morning for driving to Ramechap. Overnight in Kathmandu

Day 02 : Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara 900m. Overnight in Pokhara

You need to wake up around 6 oclock in the morning, having quick breakfast at hotel (packed breakfast) then our Guide will come to hotel to pick you up and drive to Tourist Bus Terminal to leave Pokhara at 07.00 oclook. It takes around 6-7 hrs drive to reach Pokhara. If the road is nice and no traffic, you will reach Pokhara around 4pm and you will directly go to Hotel for rest. Overnight in Pokhara

Day 03 : Drive by Jeep from Pokhara to Nayapul & Mutque (3 hrs) and trek to Chommrong 2150m (3-4 Hours). Overnight in Chommrong

After breakfast in the morning, you will drive to Nayapul for Checkpoint and Permit to Annapurna Conservation Area and continue drive to the starting point of Trek near Matque or Mutque. it takes around 3 hrs to reach here then you will directly start doing trek up and up to Jhinu and Chommrong, During this first trekking day, you will pass through 2 different long suspension bridges with beautiful landscape of village and local people around  neighboorhood. Trekking to Matque to Chomrong will take 3-4 hrs. Overnight in Chommrong

Day 04 : Trek from Chommrong to Himalaya/Daurali 3200m. Overnight in Himalaya/Daurali

After breakfast you will start your trek at 7.30 from Chomrong to Lower Sinuwa and a steep ascent to Upper Sinuwa, a steep ascent, flat and Descent to Bamboo, Dovan and Deuralli/Himalaya. Treks to Annapurna Basecamp are arranged like stony steps with combination of steep ascending, flat and descending too. it will take around 6-7 hrs to reach Deuralli/Himalaya this day. Today trek will be quite tough and you need to  maintain your pace nicely and have strong spirit to go throught all the treks. During the trek, you will see so many beautiful view of endemic plants, waterwalls, animals, villages and South Annapurna Mountain and Fish Tail. Overnight in Himalaya/Daurali

Day 05 : Trek from Himalaya/Daurali to Annapurna Basecamp 4130m, 5-6hrs. Overnight in Annapurna Basecamp

Trail ascends gradually and takes 5 to 6 hours to reach Annapurna base camp by foot. The trek you will take is from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp route which is is one of the most favored by experienced trekkers who are looking for a more challenging and adventurous journey. The elevation of Annapurna base camp is 4130 meters above sea level. Trek pass throw Bagar 3300m and Machhapuchhre base camp 3700m then finally reach Mount Annapurna base camp Nepal. From the Deurali to Annapurna base camp trek distance trekkers can enjoy spectacular views of different peaks like Annapurna South, Machapuchare and Hiunchuli. You will stop for Lunch in MBC before reaching ABC so you can enjoy the Himalayas peaks of Annapurna Himalayan Ranges like Ganga Purna, Annapurna III, Fishtail, Gandharva Chuli, Himchuli, Annapurna South. After reaching ABC you will be in the total bowl of Himalayas, Surrounded by Himalayas peaks. From ABC you see more peaks such as Tent Peak, Singu Chuli, Bhara Shikhar, and Annapurna I, which is the highest peak we can see from our Short ABC Trek. Annapurna Glaciers behind the tea house and Sunset views over Fishtail and the other Himalayas will make the Short ABC Trek more memorable and unforgettable. You are able to see the beautiful golden sunrise in Annapurna Basecamp if the weather is clear. Total Trek from Deuralli to Annapurna Basecamp is about 5-6 hrs. Overnight in Annapurna Basecamp

Day 06 : Morning Sunrise in Annapurna Basecamp and Trek down to Bamboo 2310m, 6-7hrs. Overnight in Bamboo

Today early morning around 5.30 you can walk out from teahouse and enjoy the Golden Sunrise around Annapurna Basecamp. You can see the most Stunning view of Annapurna Mountain, Mt Macchapuchre/Fish tail, Tent Peak, Annapurna South and Annapurna Glacier. Back to Teahouse around 6.30 and after breakfast and checked out from the tea house, you will trek down directly to bamboo. Annapurna Basecamp to Bamboo distance is around 16.7 km. This day will be the long day walk in Annapurna while returning from  ABC Trekking. it takes 6-7 hrs to walk down and reach Bamboo. Overnight in Bamboo

Day 07 : Trek down from Bamboo to Chommrong/Jhinu Danda 2150m, 5-6hrs. Overnight in  Chommrong/Jhinu Danda

It takes 5-6 hrs to reach Jhinu Danda from Bambooo depending on your walkijg speed and fitness level. Path will be indeed quite tiring but once you have reached Jhinu Dana, You will forget all the tiredness while taking pleasure in natural view over there. If you have chance to try Natural Hot Spring in Jhinu Danda it will make you relaxed. Local People say Jhinu Danda “Tatopani”  is a naturally hot spring. You can take a bath here. Overnight in Jhinu Danda (B/L/D)

Day 08 : Trek down 30 minutes from Jhinu Danda and drive by Jeep to Pokhara, 3 hrs. Overnight in Pokhara

After breakfast you will walk down for 30 minutes to Mutque area to find Jeep which will drive you to Nayapul and direct to Pokhara. Nayapul - Pokhara distance is about 45.5 km which takes around 2 till 3 hours drive. You will reach Pokhara day time and you will still have much time if you are not tired to do self sightsseeing around Hotel you stay or Phewa Lake side near Hotel. Overnight in  Pokhara

Day 09 : Drive back from Pokhara to Kathmandu,  6-7hrs. Overnight in Kathmandu

After breaksfast at hotel our guide will accompany you to check out from hotel and directly go to Tourist Bus Terminal to drive back to Kathmandu. it takes 6-7 hrs to reach Kathmandu if there is no traffic jam. Once reaching kathmandu in the afternoon you will take rest for a while then in the evening we will invite you for farewell dinner and we distritibute Your Certificate of Achievement of having been successful reaching the Annapurna Basecamp. Overnight in Kathmandu

Day 10 : Departure. Our Company Staff will drop you at airport

Today is your last your day in Annapurna Basecamp Package. You have free time to rest till check out time comes at 12pm. Our Company Staff will pick you up at hotel and drop you at Tribhuvan International Airport. Trip ends. And Thank you for trust us as your trekking company. See you again in the coming trip


10 Days Trip



Frequently asked questions

The Annapurna Base Camp trek typically spans 10 days and 9 nights. Each day's trekking duration varies, but on average, trekkers can expect to walk for around 5-7 hours per day, covering a distance of approximately 10-15 kilometers. However, the duration may vary depending on factors such as individual fitness levels, weather conditions, and acclimatization needs.

The best time to undertake the Annapurna Base Camp trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. During these months, the weather is generally stable, with clear skies, mild temperatures, and minimal precipitation, making for ideal trekking conditions. The spring season brings blooming rhododendrons and vibrant vegetation, adding to the scenic beauty of the trek, while autumn offers crisp, clear days with stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

The Annapurna Base Camp trek is considered moderately challenging. It involves both ascending and descending terrain, with varying degrees of steepness. Trekkers should have a good level of physical fitness and stamina to tackle the long hours of walking and altitude changes. However, the trek does not require any technical climbing skills, making it accessible to most trekkers with proper preparation and training.

Trekkers undertaking the Annapurna Base Camp trek need to obtain several permits. These include a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card and a permit for the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). These permits regulate access to the trekking routes, ensure environmental conservation, and contribute to local development initiatives. It is essential for trekkers to obtain these permits in advance and adhere to the rules and regulations set forth by the authorities.

Annapurna Base Camp is situated at an altitude of 4,130 meters (13,550 feet) above sea level. Proper acclimatization is crucial to prevent altitude sickness, which can occur due to the decreased oxygen levels at higher elevations. Trekkers should ascend gradually, take regular breaks, stay hydrated, and spend an extra day for acclimatization at higher elevations, such as Annapurna Base Camp, to reduce the risk of altitude-related complications.

Accommodation along the Annapurna Base Camp trek primarily consists of teahouses or lodges located in villages along the route. These teahouses offer basic yet comfortable lodging options, including dormitory-style rooms or private rooms with shared bathrooms. The facilities may vary from one teahouse to another, but typically include a dining area where trekkers can enjoy meals and socialize with fellow travelers.

Safety is paramount while trekking in the Himalayas, including the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Trekkers should trek with a knowledgeable guide who is familiar with the terrain and can provide assistance in case of emergencies. It's also essential to carry essential items such as a first aid kit, water purification tablets, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a map or GPS device. Trekkers should ensure proper acclimatization by ascending gradually, staying hydrated, and listening to their bodies.

Trekkers should pack clothing suitable for a range of temperatures and weather conditions, sturdy hiking boots, a sleeping bag rated for cold temperatures, a backpack, trekking poles, a first aid kit, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, gloves, and personal items such as toiletries and medications. Additionally, it's important to pack light but efficiently, considering the changing weather conditions and rugged terrain encountered during the trek.

Trekkers should be respectful of the local culture, customs, and traditions while trekking through the Annapurna region. It's essential to dress modestly and seek permission before taking photographs of people or religious sites. Additionally, trekkers should practice Leave No Trace principles to minimize their environmental impact, including properly disposing of waste, staying on designated trails, and avoiding disturbing wildlife.

Tour's Location


Not Rated
(0 Reviews)
Very Good
0 reviews on this Tour - Showing 1 to 0

Write a review

From: $0,00
0 (0 Reviews)



Member Since 2023