Annapurna Circuit Trek offers you an extraordinary experience of Nepal's landscapes, its diverse cultures, floras and faunas. The trek begins in the lowland in the rice paddy fields in the foothills at 840 meters (2,755ft) and takes you as high as 5416 meters (17,764ft) above sea level at Thorongla Pass. We can experience spectacular views of the snowcapped mountains towering above the lush green hills to desert like valleys that offer you opportunities for excellent pictures and memories to treasure.
The trek ends in Jomsom, the world’s deepest gorge Kaligandaki River Valley from where you will take a flight to Pokhara, where you will spend two days and one night and then to Kathmandu.
Comfortable Lodging in Kathmandu and Pokhara Valley:
Quality boutique hotels Nepali Ghar Hotel or Hotel Thamel House close to the hustle and bustle of Thamel will be your comfort when traveling with Sherpa Travel.
In Pokhara, Fishtail Lodge or Temple Tree Resort and Spa.
If these hotels are full, similar lodging will be provided. We strongly suggest to book your trip far in advance to get the best desired lodging and airfares.
Comfortable and Economical Lodging while on trek:
We will provide mix of both comfortable and economical lodging while on trek as we are traveling in remote areas where standard of accommodation varies from one place to another. We will book and confirm the best available comfortable and economical lodging along the trekking route. During peak tourism season, some locations will be very full. We strongly suggest to book your trip far in advance to get the best desired lodging and airfares.
Lodge to Lodge Trekking Program:
This involves overnights in lodges and trekking on the main trail from one lodge to another. Breakfast and dinners are served at the lodges where you spend the night. Lunches are served at local inns and restaurants while on the route.
Trip leadership by local English-speaking licensed Nepali guide throughout the trip and support staff guides (1 porter per 2 clients) are employed to carry your luggage on the trek.