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Mount Annapurna Expedition

Trip Fact

Expedition Destination: Annapurna (8091m)

Group Size: Min - 1

Minimum altitude: 923m.

Maximum altitude: 8091m.

Season: Spring & Autumn

Transportation: Bus

Duration: 60 days

Entry: Beni

Exit: Pokhara

Duration: 0 days

  • Overview
  • Itinerary


Ascend up to Kaligandaki valley via natural hot water spring, exploring Dhaulagiri icefall and observing the Thakali people and their way of life as well as the views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

Annapurna stunning peak lies on the western part of Nepal. This mountain had summated by Maurice Herzog and his expedition team on the date of 3 June 1950. Probably, the team was the first to set a new record in the world mountaineering history by successfully climbing a peak over 8,000meters. The team was first who granted permission to attempt to climb Mt. Annapurna I, by the Nepalese government.

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu, hotel

Day 02: Stay in Kathmandu for official procedure, hotel

Day 03: Drive to Beni, camp

Day 04: Trek to Tatopani, camp

Day 05: Trek to Ghasa, camp

Day 06: Trek to Lete, camp

Day 07: Trek to Thulo Bugin, camp

Day 08: Trek to Thulo Bugin pass, camp

Day 09: Trek to Mristi Khola, camp

Day 10: Trek to advance Base camp, camp

Day 11-52: Climbing period

Day 53: Trek to Thulo Bugun, camp

Day 54: Trek to Lete, camp

Day 55: Trek to Tukuche, camp

Day 56: Trek to Jomsom, camp

Day 57: Fly to Pokhara and continuous to Kathmandu

Day 58-59: Rest Day in Kathmandu

Day 60: Departure from Kathmandu