- Magnificent mountain views including the two highest mountains more than 8000 meters
- Relatively moderate easy trekking and closest basecamp from the city Pokhara
- Diverse menu and good accommodation options
- Natural Hotspring
- Friendly local people
The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is undoubtedly a memorable journey after Everest Region Treks. The ever-present Himalayan scenery climax is what Annapurna Base Camp Treks offers. These displays are the result of the 6000–8000 m-high huge Himalayan chains being eroded by glaciers. At 4130 meters, Annapurna Base Camp is in an exceptional and breathtaking location where you can see the peaks of Annapurna I (8091 meters), Annapurna South (7219 meters), Machapuchhre (6993 meters), and Hiunchuli (6441 m).
Depending on the itinerary you choose, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek can last anywhere between 7 and 12 days. The extra-inspiring sights, the experience of squaring up against mountains, and the hundreds of uncontrollable pictures you took with your phone to share with your friends and family will make this ABC Trekking a permanent fixture in a corner of your heart. You will receive all the information you require when participating in an Annapurna Trek in this post.
An extremely popular journey takes hikers up to Annapurna 1, the tenth-highest mountain in the world and one of the eight thousand mountains. This trek is moderately challenging. Thus, this journey can be completed by physically fit individuals without previous trekking experience or technical knowledge. Among the 8000-meter mountains, Annapurna 1 (8091m), often known as the Annapurna massif, has the greatest death rate. For those who adore the Himalayas, trekking is a special treasure to keep.
- Tourist Bus
- English Speaking Guide
- Trekking Porter
- Permits, TIMS Card and Entry fees
- First Aid and Medical Kits with Oxymeter
- Personal Expenses
- Nepal Entry Visa
- Travel Insurance
Which mountains are visible from the walk to Annapurna Base Camp?
On this walk, the greatest vantage places to see the mountains are Poonhill, Chhomrong, and ABC. The list of mountains that may be observed from these vantage locations is as follows:
Dhaulagiri 1, 2, 3, 5, 4
Gurja peak or butterfly mountain
Twelve peaks or Bara Shikhar
Nilgiri or Blue mountain
Fishtail or Machhapuchhere(holy and restricted mountain for the climb)
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