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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The ABC trek is one of the most visited and preferred treks in Nepal from people all over the world. This trekking region is a wonderful combination of mountain scenery

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    Trip Duration 12 Days

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    Max, Altitude 4160 meters

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    Type Trekking

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    Best Season Sept - May

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    Meals Included

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    Accommodation Guest House

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    Activity Trekking

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    Difficulty Moderate

  • Witness the breathtaking sunrise along the panorama from Poon Hill.
  • Explore diverse flora and fauna in lush, green forests.
  • Experience the local life of the local Gurung and Magar cultures.
  • Marvel at the iconic Annapurna Massif and Machapuchare peaks.
  • Reach the base of the revered “Fishtail” mountain, Machapuchare.
  • Stand at Annapurna Base Camp, surrounded by towering peaks.
  • Rejuvenate in the natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda.
  • Traverse diverse landscapes, from terraced fields to alpine meadows.
  • Encounter glacial moraines and the Annapurna Glacier up close.
  • Appreciate the rich cultural diversity of ethnic groups.
  • Challenge yourself and achieve personal growth

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a 12-day journey that takes you into the heart of the Annapurna region of Nepal. It is a true gem among the treks on earth. 

Come join us on an amazing adventure unlike any other, where every step you take is like adding a new stroke to a beautiful painting of excitement and exploration. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek, located in the stunning Himalayan mountains of Nepal, is calling out to all adventurers with the promise of incredible views and unforgettable experiences.

As you put on your hiking boots and start this journey from the charming city of Pokhara, get ready to be surrounded by a variety of amazing sights and feelings. Experience the kindness of the local people as you connect with the communities, and enjoy the delicious local food that will delight your taste buds.

With every step you take upward, watch as the scenery changes from vibrant greenery to snowy mountain peaks. The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a chance to appreciate the incredible beauty of nature, make new friends with fellow trekkers, and create memories that will stay with you forever.

Geography and Location Overview of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Imagine stepping into a world where you’re surrounded by stunning natural beauty at every turn. That is the magic of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Situated in the heart of Nepal’s majestic Himalayas, this trek is more than just a journey; it is an opportunity to connect with the grandeur of nature.

Your journey will start in the lively city of Pokhara, with its peaceful lakes and sparkling peaks. As you make your way into the Annapurna region, the landscape changes before your eyes. Lush forests cover the lower paths, teeming with colorful rhododendron flowers and exotic wildlife.

Then, the terrain becomes more rugged, with impressive peaks like Annapurna South and Machapuchare watching over the trail. This mix of natural wonders sets the stage for an unforgettable trekking experience.

The Annapurna Base Camp, nestled at an elevation of around 4,130 meters (13,549 feet), is the ultimate destination. Surrounded by towering peaks, this sanctuary offers a stunning 360-degree view of snow-capped summits.

The trek is about more than just covering distances; it’s about the stories told by the landscapes, the warm interactions with local communities, and the captivating rhythm of life in the Himalayas. Each twist and turn of the trail reveals a new aspect of Nepal’s rich culture and showcases the raw, unfiltered beauty of the Annapurna region.

Best Time for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The best seasons for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These times of the year offer the best of the clear skies, mild temperatures that one can withstand, and stable weather conditions. These times of the year make the trek a seamless journey. 

Trek Permits for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP)

To acquire the ACAP permit for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, you can visit the Tourism Board of Nepal or Pokhara. The cost of this permit is NPR 3000 during normal working days.

Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) Card

The TIMS permit can be obtained from the TAAN office in Kathmandu. For individual trekkers, the cost of a TIMS permit is 20 USD.

Please NOTE: All of these permits will be managed by Himalayan Trekking for an organised Trek. 

Document Requirements for Annapurna Base Camp Trek Permits

To ensure a seamless acquisition of both ACAP and TIMS permits for Annapurna Base Camp Trek, it is essential to prepare the required documents:

  1. A copy of your valid passport.
  2. Two passport-sized photographs.
  3. A detailed trekking itinerary outlining your route and the areas you will explore.
  4. The necessary fee for the permits is payable in Nepali currency.

How difficult is the Annapurna Base Camp Trek?

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is graded as a moderate trek. Thus, it is suitable for individuals with a reasonable level of fitness. While the trek involves uphill and downhill sections, the pace is gradual, allowing for acclimatization. Our experienced guides will ensure your safety and comfort throughout the entire journey to Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

Challenges and precautions during the Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

Trekking in the Annapurna region offers spectacular vistas but also comes with certain challenges and precautions worth considering.

  • Altitude Sickness and Prevention: Altitude sickness can affect trekkers as they ascend to higher elevations. Symptoms like headaches, nausea, and fatigue might occur. To prevent it, acclimatize gradually by ascending slowly, staying hydrated, and considering medication like acetazolamide. If symptoms worsen, descend immediately.
  • Weather and Safety Measures: The weather in the mountains can be unpredictable. Carry appropriate gear for varying conditions—warm clothing, waterproof layers, and sturdy footwear. Keep an eye on weather forecasts before and during the trek. Avoid trekking in severe weather conditions, and listen to local advice regarding trail safety.
  • Challenges to Consider: The Annapurna trails, while stunning, can present challenges like steep ascents, uneven terrain, and potentially harsh weather conditions. It’s essential to be physically prepared with prior fitness training. Trekking poles can aid in stability on challenging trails, and a well-equipped first aid kit is invaluable.
  • Hydration and Nutrition: Staying hydrated and well-nourished is crucial. Drink plenty of water and consume energy-rich foods. Avoid excessive alcohol consumption, as it can exacerbate altitude-related issues.
  • Seek Local Guidance: Listen to experienced guides and locals; their insight into the terrain and weather patterns can be invaluable. Take heed of their advice on safety measures and potential hazards along the route.
  • Prioritize Safety: Above all, prioritize safety. Know your limits and respect the mountains. If feeling unwell or encountering difficult conditions, it’s always better to err on the side of caution and seek assistance or descend to lower altitudes.

Preparation, caution, and a keen awareness of potential challenges will enhance your Annapurna trekking experience, ensuring a safe and enjoyable adventure amidst the majestic Himalayas.

Lodging and Accommodation on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a breathtaking journey through the Himalayan trails. As you trek through this wonderland, you will come across a variety of lodging options that offer comfort and respite to tired trekkers. These accommodations are like oases in the middle of the trek, each with its own charm and warmth.

Tea houses are scattered along the route, welcoming trekkers with cozy rooms and delicious meals that give them a glimpse into the local way of life. These humble abodes are run by friendly locals who invite trekkers to relax in their rustic yet comfortable ambiance, sharing stories by the fireside under the stars.

If you are looking for a more intense experience, camping under the Himalayan canopy is a great option. Setting up tents in the middle of nature’s grandeur allows you to fully embrace the tranquil beauty of the Annapurna region. It will be a completely different experience that will run through your mind all your life.

The crisp mountain air lulls you to sleep each night, and waking up to panoramic sunrise views is a rejuvenating experience that prepares you for the day’s trekking endeavors. Campsites are strategically placed to maximize scenic vistas, inviting you to connect deeply with the surrounding wilderness.

Whether you choose to stay in a tea house or camp under the stars, lodging along the Annapurna Base Camp Trek harmonizes with nature, offering respite and rejuvenation amidst the awe-inspiring Himalayas.

Gear and Equipment Essentials for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

When gearing up for the Annapurna trek, packing the right gear and equipment can make all the difference.

Here’s a breakdown of the essentials:


Invest in sturdy, well-fitted hiking boots with good ankle support. Make sure they’re worn before hitting the trails to avoid blisters.


  • Layer up! Bring moisture-wicking base layers, insulating mid-layers, and a waterproof, breathable outer shell.
  • Don’t forget a warm hat, gloves, and extra socks. Nights in the mountains can get chilly!
  • A lightweight, quick-drying towel can be a lifesaver.


Go with a comfortable, well-padded backpack with enough capacity for essentials. Consider a rain cover to protect your gear.

Sleeping Gear:

A good-quality sleeping bag rated for low temperatures is a must. Pair it with a sleeping pad for added comfort and insulation.

Navigation and Safety:

Carry a detailed map, compass, or GPS device. Also, a basic first aid kit, along with a multi-tool, headlamp, and emergency whistle, should always be in your pack.

Hydration and Nutrition:

Stay hydrated with a reliable water bottle or hydration system. Pack energy-boosting snacks like nuts, dried fruits, and energy bars for the trek.

Trekking Poles:

Consider sturdy trekking poles for added stability and support, especially on steep or uneven terrain.


Sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, and a portable charger for electronic devices can also come in handy.

Remember, packing light while ensuring you have all the essentials is the key to an enjoyable and safe Annapurna trekking experience!

Fitness training recommendations for Annapurna Base Camp Trek in Nepal

  1. Cardiovascular Endurance:
    • Brisk walking
    • Hiking
    • Jogging
    • Cycling
  2. Strength Training:
    • Squats
    • Lunges
    • Calf raises
    • Step-ups
    • Core exercises (planks, twists)
    • Resistance training
  3. Altitude Simulation:
    • Gradual altitude hikes
    • Acclimatization exercises
  4. Flexibility and Balance:
    • Stretching exercises
    • Yoga
    • Balance exercises (single-leg stands, stability ball)

Wildlife Encounters in the Annapurna Region

The Annapurna region isn’t just about awe-inspiring landscapes; it’s also a haven for diverse wildlife. As you traverse these trails, keep your eyes peeled for glimpses of some remarkable creatures.

  • Himalayan Thar: Watch for the Himalayan Thar, a robust mountain goat with curved horns. These sure-footed creatures effortlessly navigate the rugged terrain.
  • Musk Deer: Spot the elusive musk deer, known for its solitary nature and distinctive scent glands. They’re a rare sight but a delight to behold.
  • Snow Leopards: While rare to spot, the Annapurna region is home to the elusive snow leopard. Their stealthy nature makes them a challenge to encounter, but knowing they roam these mountains adds to the trek’s allure.
  • Various Bird Species: The skies above Annapurna are teeming with birdlife. Keep an eye out for vibrant species like the colorful Himalayan Monal, the majestic Lammergeier, and the soaring Griffon Vulture.
  • Red Panda: Though relatively scarce, lucky trekkers might catch a glimpse of the adorable red panda amidst the forests. Their playful antics and distinctive red fur make for a memorable sighting.
  • Blue Sheep: Another highlight is the sighting of the Blue Sheep, or Bharal, a mountain ungulate often seen grazing on the slopes, adding a touch of wilderness to the landscape.

Encountering these incredible creatures amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Annapurna region is a reminder of the rich biodiversity that thrives in these Himalayan heights. Remember, while enjoying these encounters, to maintain a respectful distance to ensure the wildlife’s safety and your own.


Begin a soul-healing Annapurna Base Camp Trek journey with Himalayan Trekking Pvt. Ltd. the best trekking agency in Nepal to the Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal. Let the majestic mountains, charming villages, and serene landscapes captivate your senses. This adventure is an invitation to explore nature’s beauty, challenge your limits, and experience Nepal’s hospitality firsthand. 

Join us and let the Himalayas speak to you on this amazing Annapurna Base Camp Trek. 

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Itinerary of Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Our Team will be receiving you at Tribhuvan International airport, Kathmandu and will be
displaying your name on the signboard outside the airport terminal. You will be then transferred to your respective
hotel in our private tourist vehicle. Overnight at Hotel

  • 3 Star hotel in Kathmandu
  • No Meal Included

Breakfast at the hotel and drive to Pokhara by a private bus; it takes about 6-7 hours drive
Pokhara, a beautiful valley set on the banks of the Phewa Lake.

Pokhara is also known for its panoramic views of Annapurna, Machapuchare (shape of fish tail) in the north, Dhaulagiri in the west, and Lamjung Himal and Manaslu in the east.

It is smaller and much less hectic than Kathmandu, hence providing the perfect
starting point for our trek. Overnight at a hotel.

  • 3 Star Hotel in Pokhara
  • Breakfast Included

Breakfast at the hotel and take jeeps for drive to Ulleri via Nayapul, It is a scenic drive through the local villages. After reaching Ulleri, you will have a village walking tour. Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

We move on towards the steep climb to Ulleri, a large Magar village at an altitude of 2,070m. The trail ascends more gently from this point, through fine forests of oak and rhododendrons towards Banthanti at 2,250m.

Then we trek towards Nangethanti at 2,460m. After an hour walk we arrive at Ghorepani (2,840m). Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Today, very early in the morning, we start an hour hiking to Poon Hill at an elevation of 3,210m, a brilliant mountain range spectacle; this vantage point provides an unobstructed view of the sunrise over the high Himalayas.

There we spend about 1 hour, then returning to Ghorepani we take a hot breakfast at a hotel.
Then we make a climb along ridges and through pine and rhododendron forests to Deurali (2,960m). After that we descend to the Banthanti, then turning off to Tadapani. Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

The day starts with a steep downhill through rhododendron forests. Leaving Tadapani, we descend through the forests, and then the trail eases as we reach Gurjung which is the village of Gurung people, with an easy walk to Chommrong at an elevation of 2,140 m.

If time permits, you will continue the 1–30-hour trek to Sinuwa. Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Today the trail drops down to the Chhomrong Khola and again we continue climbing to Khuldighar at 2,380m where there used to be an ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area) check post.

There is a clearing in the forest a little further on, from which, the route travels very steeply down a rock bank then levels out, running through thickets of bamboo at the bottom of the gorge, keeping always on the west side of the river.

We walk through bamboo, then rhododendron forests, to the Himalayan Hotel. Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Today the trail climbs on past the Hinko Cave, Deurali and then Machhapuchhare Base Camp, which isn’t really a base camp since climbing the mountain is not permitted. Since it is totally surrounded by mountains, this area is known as the Annapurna Sanctuary.

Two hours trek from Machhapuchhare Base Camp takes you to the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) at elevation of 4,130m. There, you will view unobstructed views of mountain scenery, which is very spectacular. Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

We follow the same trail down today the trail drops by 1,700m to the bank of Modi Khola to Bamboo at 2,345m where there are a few teahouse/lodges available to stay at. Overnight at a guesthouse.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

We follow the same trail until Chommrong. Once we have passed Khuldighar there is an experimental sheep farm, the trail continues through rhododendron and bamboo fields.

From Chomrong the trail descends very steeply to the Jhinu hot spring. After lunch our guide will take you to Natural Hot spring for bath and back to hotel for relax and night stay.

  • Local Guest House
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Breakfast and cross the suspension bridge, where you can take a local jeep to drive Pokhara. After lunch in Pokhara, you will visit Fewa lake for boating, Devis fall and cave.

Back to hotel, enjoy delicious dinner, go shopping and overnight at Hotel.

  • 3 Star Hotel in Pokhara
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to Kathmandu by bus. Free time at your leisure and shopping. Evening, will have dinner at Nepali Typical Restaurant. Overnight at Hotel.

  • 3 star hotel in Kathmandu
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek is considered moderately difficult. It involves daily treks of 5-7 hours for 7-12 day. The trek encompasses diverse terrains, from gentle paths through lush forests to steep ascents and rocky trails at higher altitudes. Trekkers should anticipate both uphill climbs and descents during the journey.

Altitude is a factor, especially as you ascend towards the base camp, which may pose challenges for some individuals. Overall, a reasonable level of fitness and preparation can help navigate the trek comfortably. It’s advisable to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and listen to your body’s cues throughout the trek.

The duration to trek to Annapurna Base Camp typically spans around 7 to 12 days, depending on the chosen route, starting point, and trekker’s pace. The standard itinerary generally covers approximately 115 kilometers (71 miles) round trip. This duration allows for a gradual ascent, offering ample time for acclimatization and the exploration of stunning landscapes along the way.

Trekking itineraries can be customized to suit different preferences and fitness levels, ensuring a rewarding and manageable journey for trekkers.


The Annapurna Base Camp trek is considered good for beginners with a reasonable level of fitness and preparation. It definitely presents certain challenges, such as changes in altitude and varying terrains. But no need to worry. It is often navigable for those new to trekking. Trekking experience and physical fitness certainly contribute to the comfort and enjoyment of the journey.

Adequate preparation, including some pre-trek training and understanding the essentials of high-altitude trekking, can greatly enhance the experience, making it more accessible and enjoyable for beginners.


Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp is generally considered safe. But there are some risks to be aware of. The primary risks include altitude sickness, unpredictable weather changes, slippery trails during monsoons, and rare wildlife encounters.

To ensure safety, it is very important to trek with a reliable guide, acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and be attentive to weather forecasts. Additionally, following established trekking routes and being prepared with essential gear and provisions further contributes to a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

Comparing the difficulty between the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek and Everest trek is subjective and it depends on various factors. However, the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek is considered moderately difficult, but not as challenging as the Everest Base Camp trek.

In terms of altitude, Everest Base Camp (EBC) is higher than Annapurna Base Camp. However, the difficulty of a trek isn’t solely based on altitude. The EBC trek involves longer durations and acclimatization at higher altitudes, making it more physically demanding for some trekkers.

The Annapurna Base Camp trek, while at a lower altitude compared to EBC, still presents challenges, including steep ascents, diverse terrains, and potential altitude-related issues. Both treks require a certain level of fitness, preparation, and adaptability to high-altitude conditions. Ultimately, the perceived difficulty can vary based on individual experiences, fitness levels, and preferences.

The Annapurna Base Camp trek requires a moderate level of fitness. It involves long hours of walking, sometimes up to 6-7 hours a day, making good cardiovascular fitness essential to sustain energy levels and cope with varying altitudes. Additionally, leg strength and mental resilience are important for the trek. With gradual physical and mental preparation, the trek is achievable for individuals with moderate fitness levels

The Annapurna Base Camp trek is absolutely amazing and worth every bit of the adventure. You’ll see stunning natural beauty, meet local people, and be amazed by the incredible views. The trek takes you through the Annapurna mountain range, with its snowy peaks and peaceful valleys. Along the way, you’ll get to learn about the culture of the area from the friendly locals, which makes the trek even more special.

When you finally reach the base camp and see the towering peaks all around you, it’s an incredible feeling of accomplishment. The trek is a mix of challenges, peaceful moments, and triumphs, making it an unforgettable journey in the Himalayas. For anyone who loves adventure and nature, trekking to Annapurna Base Camp is an experience you’ll never forget.

No, you do not need to carry oxygen for the Annapurna Base Camp trek. Our itinerary at Himalayan Trekking and Tours for the trek is designed to allow for proper acclimatization to the low levels of oxygen, and the trek reaches an altitude of 4,130 meters (13,550 feet), which is not high enough to require supplementary oxygen.

However, it is important to be aware of the reduced oxygen levels at higher altitudes and to acclimatize properly during the trek to avoid altitude sickness and ensure a safe and enjoyable experience

The best time to trek to Annapurna Base Camp is usually in the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). These months have nice, stable weather with clear skies, moderate temperatures, and great views of the stunning mountains. In the spring, you’ll see beautiful rhododendron flowers along the trails, adding a pop of color to your trek. In the autumn, the days are clear and pleasant, making it a perfect time for the Annapurna Base Camp trek.

The Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) is famous for its breathtaking natural beauty, with towering peaks and peaceful landscapes. People love trekking to ABC because of the amazing views of the Annapurna massif, including Annapurna I, which is the 10th highest peak in the world at 8,091 meters (26,545 feet) tall.

The trek takes you through different terrains, from lush forests to open meadows and glacial moraines, giving you a mix of stunning natural scenery.

In addition to the natural beauty, ABC is also culturally rich, giving trekkers the chance to meet and learn from the local Gurung and Magar communities. The trek is easily accessible and offers incredible views and a chance to experience local traditions, which is why it’s so popular among adventurers and nature lovers from all over the world.

The choice between the Annapurna Circuit and Annapurna Base Camp trek depends on personal preferences and trekking goals. The Annapurna Circuit is renowned for its longer duration and circuitous route around the Annapurna massif, offering a diverse landscape experience, cultural understanding, and higher altitudes.

On the other hand, the Annapurna Base Camp trek, though shorter in duration, focuses specifically on reaching the base camp of the Annapurna range. It provides a more direct and immersive experience into the heart of the mountains, offering spectacular views of the surrounding peaks.

Both treks have their unique appeal. The Circuit presents a wider variety of landscapes and cultural diversity, while the Base Camp trek offers a more concentrated experience with stunning mountain vistas. Ultimately, the choice between the two depends on one’s trekking preferences, available time, and desired level of challenge and exploration.

Dressing appropriately for camping, especially in the Annapurna region, involves layering to accommodate varying temperatures and conditions. Here’s a general guide:

  1. Base Layers: Start with moisture-wicking and breathable materials like synthetic or merino wool for your base layer. These help regulate body temperature and keep you dry.
  2. Insulating Layer: Add an insulating layer, such as a fleece jacket or down/synthetic-filled jacket, to retain warmth in colder temperatures.
  3. Outer Shell: A waterproof and windproof jacket or shell is crucial to shield against rain, snow, and wind. Ensure it’s breathable to prevent overheating.
  4. Trekking Pants: Opt for quick-drying and comfortable trekking pants that offer mobility and protection against abrasions.
  5. Headwear: Carry a warm hat or beanie for colder nights and a sun hat or cap for sun protection during the day. Sunglasses with UV protection are also essential.
  6. Footwear: Sturdy, comfortable hiking boots with good ankle support and waterproofing are vital. Break them in before the trek to prevent blisters.
  7. Socks: Wear moisture-wicking and cushioned socks to prevent blisters and keep your feet dry and comfortable.
  8. Gloves: Insulated and waterproof gloves are necessary for warmth, especially at higher altitudes.

Remember, pack according to the season and expected weather conditions, and always be prepared for changes in weather in mountainous regions like Annapurna.

Annapurna is taken as challenging or sometimes even difficult trekking due to its high altitude, unpredictable weather, and demanding terrain. Standing at 8,091 meters (26,545 feet), Annapurna poses difficulties such as low oxygen levels, extreme cold, and steep ascents.

The trek requires a good level of physical fitness and acclimatization to cope with the altitude. Additionally, the weather in the Annapurna region can be unpredictable, making it crucial to plan treks during favorable seasons to ensure safety and an enjoyable experience.

But not to worry! Our experienced guides and support team are well-equipped to navigate these challenges, providing trekkers with a memorable and secure adventure in the stunning Annapurna region.

Annapurna I, the main peak of the Annapurna Massif, is considered one of the deadliest 8,000-meter peaks globally. Its reputation for danger is attributed to its high fatality rate among climbers. The treacherous conditions, including avalanches, challenging weather, and technical difficulties, make Annapurna I a formidable and perilous mountain to summit.