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Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days

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  • Duration 7 Days
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Trip Destination Annapurna Base Camp
  • Starts at Pokhara
  • Ends at Pokhara
  • Max. Altitude 13,550 ft
  • Trip Type Tea house trek
  • Transport Private vehicle / By Air
  • Accommodation Hotel + Lodges

Highlights

  • Easy online booking system
  • The best guaranteed service and price 
  • Professional guide with fluent english 
  • Starts and ends at Pokhara
  • Every day departure for private booking
  • Shortest trek package to reach Annapurna base camp

Annapurna base camp trek 7 days is a popular trekking package designed for trekkers seeking a taste of the world's 10th highest peak, Annapurna. The trek is a great chance to see the beautiful scenery, diverse plants, and rich culture of the area while going on a moderately difficult trek.

ABC trek 7 days offers an adventurous hiking experience. The trail takes trekkers to the base camp of the majestic Annapurna Massif. Annapurna massif is a mountain range located in the Himalayas in north-central Nepal. It has one peak over 8,000 meters (26,247 feet), thirteen peaks over 7,000 meters (22,966 feet), and sixteen more over 6,000 meters (19,685 feet).

Our Annapurna base camp 7 days trek is also an exciting trekking package designed for trekkers who want to experience the stunning beauty of Annapurna. Trekkers will be surrounded by 30 peaks that are over 6,000 metres (19,685 ft) to 8,000 metres (26,247 ft) high. This trek takes 7 days to complete and covers a total distance of about 64 kilometers (40 miles) round trip.

The highlight of the 7-day Annapurna base camp trek is the breathtaking views and stops at famous landmarks. During the trek’s route, you will witness the panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, including Annapurna I (8,091 metres) and Machapuchare, also known as "Fishtail" Mountain (6,993 metres).

The 7 days ABC trek takes you through rhododendron forests, terraced fields, and suspension bridges. As the trek ends at the Annapurna Base Camp, you will be treated to a surreal theatre of towering Himalayan giants, which is both humbling and amazing.

7 days trek to Annapurna base camp offers an excellent route that includes Pokhara, Nayapul, Ghandruk, Chhomrong, Sinuwa, Bamboo, Dovan, Himalaya, Deurali, MBC (Machhapuchhre base camp), ABC (Annapurna base camp), Siwai, and Kyumi. You will experience different cultures, traditions, and beautiful natural scenery along the way.

This trek’s package is designed for experienced hikers and doesn't include any acclimatisation days in the itinerary. The trail goes up gradually and has a moderate level of difficulty, which is suitable for both reasonably fit people and experienced trekkers.

However, for beginners in trekking, the steep terrain and lack of rest days to adjust to the high altitude may present some difficulties on the trek.

Our company offers comprehensive services to ensure a safe and memorable trek. Our experienced guides will lead the way, providing valuable insights into the local culture and environment. Accommodation and meals will be arranged in comfortable tea houses along the route, allowing participants to immerse themselves fully in the Himalayan experience. 

If you seek an awe-inspiring trek amidst stunning landscapes and warm hospitality, join our Annapurna base camp 7-day trek in Nepal today and let the mountains cast their spell on your soul. Book now and start an adventure of a lifetime!

7 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek Route

Annapurna base camp trek 7 days route starts in the lovely city of Pokhara, where you'll begin your journey with a scenic drive to Nayapul, the starting point of the trek. As you trek along, you'll pass through charming villages like Ghandruk, which have a rich cultural heritage.

As you climb higher, you'll encounter beautiful places like Chhomrong, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views. The trail takes you through lush forests and bamboo groves in Sinuwa and Bamboo, creating a peaceful and magical environment. Along the way, you'll hear the roaring Modi Khola River and feel the grandeur of the towering mountains in Dovan and the Himalaya.

The trek continues to Deurali, a picturesque spot that offers amazing vistas. From there, you'll head to the Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC), where you'll be amazed by the majestic Fishtail Mountain (Machhapuchhre) dominating the landscape.

Finally, the ultimate destination awaits you at the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), situated at 4,130 metres (13,550 feet) above sea level. Here, you'll be surrounded by a breathtaking amphitheatre of towering peaks, including Annapurna I, Annapurna South, and Hiunchuli, creating a mesmerising panorama.

After soaking in the beauty of ABC, you'll retrace your steps back to Siwai and Kyumi, enjoying the diverse landscapes and meeting friendly locals along the way.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days Difficulty

Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days is considered a moderately difficult trek. This trek is suitable for people with a reasonable level of fitness and some hiking experience. The trail involves some steep ascents and descents, but it is well-marked and safe for most trekkers.

Even though the trek is moderate, it offers stunning views of mountains like Machhapuchhre and Annapurna, making it a memorable and possible trek for those who want an amazing Himalayan trekking experience. Once you reach Annapurna base camp, all the challenges will be worth it, and you will be leaving the trek with bundles of memories and experiences.

Why Book Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days With Us?

  • Simple and safe online booking system

  • Flexible itineraries with trip postponement services

  • Transportation included (private or public vehicle, as requested)

  • Certified NTA Trek Guide with fluent English

  • Experienced and knowledgeable team

  • Well-planned routes with scenic views

  • Accommodation in comfortable lodges or tea houses

  • Delicious meals and hygienic food during the trek

  • 24/7 customer support and assistance

  • Cultural insights and interaction with local communities

Annapurna Base Camp Trek, 7 Day Cost - 2024 and 2025

Annapurna base camp 7 day trek costs US $690 per person from Pokhara in 2024 and 2025 if you join a group.

However, prices vary depending on the type of trip (private trek to Annapurna base camp vs. group joining) and the form of payment (paying individually or in a group).

No. of Persons

Price Per Person (USD)

1 pax

990

2 pax

850

3-6 pax

750

7-12 pax

690

Note: The price of this trek may increase based on requests for additional services. Also, if you want to do this trek from Kathmandu, you will have to pay an extra dollar for transportation from Kathmandu. The cost varies depending on what kind of transportation you choose.

Best Season To Do Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days

The best seasons to do an ABC 7 day trek are the spring season (March to May) and the autumn season (September to November). In these seasons, the weather is generally clear and stable, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and landscapes.

The trails are also more pleasant to hike, with mild temperatures during the day and cooler nights. The colourful rhododendron blooms in spring and the clear skies in autumn make the journey even more enjoyable. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced trekker, this trek during the best season promises an unforgettable and rewarding experience.

Additional Considerations:

  • Monsoon (June-August): Avoid this season due to heavy rainfall, landslides, and challenging trekking conditions.

  • Winter (December-February): Possible snowfall and colder temperatures make the trek more demanding but offer a unique winter wonderland experience for experienced trekkers.

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Itinerary
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    The trek starts at Nayapul, a small town by the Modi River, about two hour's drive from Pokhara. From Nayaul, you'll hike through green hills and terraced fields, passing small villages and seeing the local lifestyle. The trail goes through dense forests with rhododendron, oak, and bamboo, sometimes in full bloom. You'll hear birds singing and may spot some wildlife.

    As you climb higher, you'll see the majestic Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains. The scenery of mountains, valleys, and rivers changes constantly, leaving you amazed.

    As you reach the picturesque village of Ghandruk, you will be welcomed with traditional stone houses and warm hospitality from the Gurung community. The village offers incredible views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains.

    The route has suspension bridges over rivers, adding excitement to the trek. It's well-maintained, suitable for different fitness levels.

    Driving time:  3 hours (from Pokhara)

    Walking time: 1 hour

    Total Distance: around 12-14 kilometers 

    Altitude: 2,020 metres

    Difficulty level: Easy

    Main attractions for the day: Ghandruk village, Gurung Museum

    Mountains viewed: Annapurna South, Himchuli, Annapurna III, Machhapuchhre, etc. 

    Note: Trekking starts from Pokhara, but you can also start from Kathmandu with a domestic flight to Pokhara. Flight booking available on the same day; other methods need an extra day. you have to pay the following price according to you preference.
    By Domestic Flights USD 120 Per Person
    By daily tourist bus USD 15 to 30 USD
    By private car/jeep  USD 130 up to USD 150

      The day begins with a peaceful morning in Ghandruk, a traditional Gurung village with terraced fields and cozy stone houses. You'll walk through lush green forests with rhododendron and oak trees as you head towards Chhomrong. Chhomrong village sits on a ridge and offers a different landscape.

      As you approach Chhomrong, the landscape changes, and the village comes into view, perched on a ridge. After a brief rest in Chhomrong, you'll begin the ascent towards Sinuwa. The trail takes you through dense bamboo forests, adding an ethereal feel to the journey. The forests are teeming with various bird species, and if you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of some wildlife, such as langurs or macaques, amid the foliage.

      As you continue your ascent, you'll cross a suspension bridge over the Chhomrong Khola, which offers a thrilling experience as the bridge sways gently with each step. 

      The trail then leads you through more dense forests, and as you climb higher, the views of the mountains become even more majestic. The landscape is dominated by snow-capped peaks, cascading waterfalls, and  green valleys.

      Finally, you'll reach Sinuwa, a small village located amidst the forested hills. Stay overnight at Sinuwa.

      Walking time: 6 to 7 hours

      Altitude: 2,340 meters

      Total distance: Around 12 kilometers (7.5 miles)

      Difficulty level: Easy to moderate

      Main attractions for the day: Chhomrong village, Komrong Khola

        After walking for a couple of hours departing from Sinuwa, you'll reach the village of Bamboo, nestled in the heart of the forest. Bamboo is an excellent spot for a short break, where you can refuel with some local snacks and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.

        From Bamboo, the trail starts to ascend gradually, following the course of the Modi Khola (river). As you trek further, you'll pass through Dovan, a small settlement surrounded by dense rhododendron and oak forests. The sound of the river flowing beside the trail creates a soothing soundtrack for the hike.

        The trail continues to gain elevation, and the scenery changes as you approach the Himalaya and Deurali. The terrain becomes more rugged, and you'll notice the tree line starts to thin out. The views of the Annapurna South and Hiunchuli peaks become more clear.

        Upon reaching Deurali, you'll be rewarded with a stunning panorama of the surrounding mountains, including the intimidating Annapurna I.

        You'll stay in comfortable lodges to rest and recharge for the next day's adventure. 

        Walking time: 6 to 7 hours

        Altitude: 3,200 meters

        Total Distance: around 10-12 kilometers

        Difficulty level: Moderate

        Main attractions for the day: Bamboo forest

          The ABC short trek trail starts from Deurali, from where you'll gradually leave the forested area behind, and the landscape opens up to stunning views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains.

          The route from Deurali to MBC is relatively steep, taking you through rocky terrains and moraines. As you climb higher, the air becomes thinner, and you may feel the altitude's effects. 

          Once you reach Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC), you'll be amazed by the amphitheater of snow-capped peaks surrounding you. The Machhapuchhre (6997m) stands tall, and the Annapurna range dominates the skyline.

          From MBC, you'll continue your trek towards Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). This portion of the trail takes you along the glacier moraine and can be a bit challenging due to the rocky terrain. 

          As you finally reach the Annapurna Base Camp, you'll be rewarded with a 360-degree panorama of some of the world's highest peaks, including Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna South (7219m), Hiunchuli (6441m), and other neighboring summits.

          After spending some quality time at the Base Camp, take the time to reflect on the journey so far and capture these precious memories in photographs. 

          Finally, as the sun starts to set, you'll retire to your lodge for a well-deserved rest, surrounded by the serenity of the mountains under the starry night sky.

          Walking time: 5 to 6 hours

          Altitude: 4,130 meters

          Total distance: around 10 kilometers (6.2 miles)

          Difficulty level: Moderate

          Main attractions for the day: Glacier Dom, Gangapurna, Gandharva Chuli

          Mountains viewed: Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, Himchuli, Annapurna III

            The day begins early in the morning at the Annapurna Base Camp, where you will get to witness a breathtaking sunrise over the Himalayan peaks. After breakfast, you will bid farewell to the majestic mountains and begin their descent through the diverse landscapes of the region.

            The trail from ABC to MBC is relatively short but offers incredible views of the fishtail-shaped Machapuchare peak and other surrounding mountains. The trek continues through a mix of rhododendron and bamboo forests, adding a splash of colors to the journey.

            As you continue to descend, the scenery changes, and the lush greenery of the forest becomes more apparent. The trail takes them through picturesque landscapes dotted with waterfalls, rocky terrains, and occasional mountain streams.

            Upon reaching Deurali, you can take a short break and enjoy a hearty lunch. The trek then continues to Himalayan, where the landscape becomes more rugged and adventurous. The trail meanders through narrow gorges and glacial riverbeds, providing a thrilling experience for trekkers.

            As the day progresses, you will reach Dovan, a small settlement nestled amidst the mountains. from there,you will head towards Bamboo, where the altitude decreases, and the air becomes warmer. Stay overnigt and enjoy delicious traditional food.

            Walking time: 6 to 7 hours

            Altitude: 2,340 meters

            Difficulty level: Moderate to difficult

            Main attractions for the day: Machhapuchhre Base Camp, Deurali, Himalaya, Dovan, and Bamboo

            Mountains viewed: Annapurna I, Barahi Shikhar, Tent Peak, Annapurna South, Himchuli, Gandharva Chuli, and sunrise

              The day begins early in the morning, as you leave Bamboo and make your way towards Sinuwa. The trail gradually ascends through lush bamboo and rhododendron forests, offering glimpses of the magnificent Annapurna South and Hiunchuli peaks.

              As you continue your trek from Sinuwa, you'll reach the beautiful village of Chhomrong. Then you'll descend towards Jhinu, which is a highlight of the day. Jhinu is famous for its natural hot springs, which are a perfect way to relax and rejuvenate after several days of trekking. 

              After spending some time at the hot springs, you'll continue your trek towards Kyumi. The trail winds through terraced fields, dense forests, and charming traditional villages, offering a glimpse into the rural life of the region. 

              Upon reaching Kyumi, have delicious food and est for the day

              Walking time: 4 to 5 hours

              Altitude: 1,690 metres

              Total distance: Around 14-15 kilometers

              Difficulty level: moderate

              Main attractions for the day: Jhinu Dada, Chhomrong Village, hot spring

              Optional: You can stop at Jhinu and continue to trek the next day too if you start from Pokhara and want to stop in Pokhara. In Jhinu, you will enjoy the natural hot spring. Overnight stay at the lodge.

                The day begins with a descent from Kyumi, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains and forests. As you make your way to Siwai, you'll pass through picturesque terraced fields, where locals may be seen working on their farms. 

                From Siwai, the trail takes you through more charming villages, and you'll be immersed in the warm hospitality of the locals. The landscape gradually changes as you leave the forested areas and approach Nayapul. You might encounter trekkers who are just starting their journey into the mountains, and this section of the trek is a wonderful opportunity to share experiences and stories.

                From Nayapul, you will drive back to Pokhara. Stay overnight at a hotel and enjoy the evening.

                Altitude: 822 meters

                Walking time: 3 to 4 hours

                Driving time: 3 hours (to Pokhara)

                Total Distance: Around 12-15 kilometers 

                Attraction of the day: lush valleys, passing through charming villages and experiencing the diverse landscapes of the Annapurna region

                Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

                What's Included

                Domestic and International Airport Pickup and Drop-Off Services

                • Arrival Pickup
                • Dropoff on your Final Departure Day

                Accommodations Services

                • 6 Nights in Local Tea Houses (Twin Sharing Basis)

                Trekking Permits

                • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
                • Annapurna Conversation Area Project Permits
                • Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)

                Pivate Transportation Services

                • Pokhara to Nayapul by local bus/jeep
                • Nayapul to Pokhara by local bus/jeep

                Food Services

                • 7 days of Breakfast: Local and Continental Choicefrom Tea House Menu
                • 7 days of Lunch: Simple and Light Lunch in Tea houses
                • 6 days of Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals from the local tea houses Menu
                • 1 Farewell Dinner in Pokhara at Best Restaurant

                Guide/Porter Services

                • English-speaking government-licensed guide (Minimum 10 Years’ Experience)
                • All Meals for the guide or porter
                • Insurances for Guide & Porter
                • Well-Paid Salary as Per Government Rates
                • Local Sherpa for Carrying Luggage (Up to 20 KGs Max)
                • First-Aid Kit Box Carried by Our Team
                • Trekking Porter Services (Available on Fixed Departure dates; 2 Guests Share 1 Porter)

                What's Excluded

                • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
                • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
                • Extra-day expenses apart from the scheduled itinerary 
                • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, hot shower, electronic battery recharges, and WiFi
                • All other expenses not included in the cost includes list.
                • Travel Insurance: It must be covered for both medical and emergency evacuations with a minimum value of USD 100,000.
                • Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara & Return
                • Hotels in Pokhara (We can make a booking in extra cost)
                Add-Ons & Options

                Kathmandu to Pokhara Flight (USD 106 per person)

                For a swift journey before your short trek, you can opt for a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara at USD 106 per person. Enjoy the scenic beauty from the air as you travel efficiently.

                Pokhara to Kathmandu Flight (USD 106 per person)

                Similarly, after the trek, a flight from Pokhara back to Kathmandu is available for USD 106 per person. This option offers a quick return with the added advantage of aerial views.

                Kathmandu to Pokhara by Tourist Bus (USD 15 per person)

                If you prefer a more budget-friendly travel experience, choose the tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara for just USD 15 per person. This option provides a cost-effective and scenic overland journey.

                Pokhara to Kathmandu by Tourist Bus (USD 15 per person)

                Likewise, a tourist bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu is available for USD 15 per person. This affordable choice allows you to savor the landscapes during your return trip.

                Availability & Private Trip

                For those interested in joining a group tour, we offer a fixed departure date. However, if you prefer to choose your own date for the trip, we encourage you to explore our Book a Private Trip section, which provides the flexibility of booking on any day of your choice, as private trips offer daily availability.

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                Start DateStart: WednesdayMar 06, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayMar 12, 2024PricePriceUS $690StatusStatusGuaranteed
                Start DateStart: WednesdayMar 13, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayMar 19, 2024PricePriceUS $690StatusStatusGuaranteed
                Start DateStart: WednesdayMar 20, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayMar 26, 2024PricePriceUS $690StatusStatusGuaranteed
                Start DateStart: WednesdayMar 27, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayApr 02, 2024PricePriceUS $690StatusStatusGuaranteed
                Start DateStart: SundayMar 31, 2024End DateEnd: SaturdayApr 06, 2024PricePriceUS $690StatusStatusGuaranteed
                Pick Your Suitable Date
                Book a Private Trip
                Private & Group Discount Price
                1 pax
                US$990
                2 pax
                US$850
                3 - 6 pax
                US$750
                7 - 15 pax
                US$690
                1 Travelers x US $990TotalUS $990(No additional taxes or booking fees)

                Accommodation During Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days

                We will arrange comfortable tea houses for you along your routes for the 6 days of trek, where you will be staying overnight in tea houses. Please note that accommodation in Pokhara or Kathmandu is not included in our costs.

                The accommodation that we provide you in the tea houses will be on a twin-sharing basis. However, if you are a couple or if you want a single room to yourself, please let us know ahead of time. If you will be traveling as a couple or if you would like private accommodations within a group, we will make the appropriate arrangements to meet your needs.

                As per the tea houses, there are various tea houses that can be found along the routes. The most well-liked rest stop is a teahouse, since they offer affordable, decent lodging along with other facilities.

                Typically, teahouse rooms have two mattresses, a shelf, and basic furnishings such as a chair, table, and cloth rack. These teahouses are built with a single room that can accommodate seven to nine people.

                Although many tea houses have added charging stations and wi-fi to their dining areas, the connection is still unreliable and moves too slowly. Teahouses in lower regions have managed to handle electricity and networks, but these signals are too weak to communicate over high altitudes. The majority of teahouses in the Annapurna Base Camp area lack Wi-Fi, thus, it's normally advised to have a Namaste SIM card, which is excellent for 4G connections.

                Hot baths, internet access, and charger use are all covered by the budgeted expense under "Meals/Food." Though this isn't always the case, the teahouses frequently provide free WiFi. If you want to use the internet and showers at each teahouse, you should budget an extra amount for your personal expenses.

                Food During Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days

                Throughout the 7 days of your trek, we will provide you with 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 6 dinners, with 1 farewell dinner in Pokhara after completing this trek.

                During the 7 days trek to Annapurna Base Camp, you can expect simple and hearty food options. The meals are typically basic but nourishing, designed to provide you with the energy needed for the challenging journey.

                There are several meal options available throughout the Annapurna Base Camp trek that will satisfy your appetite and provide you with energy for the entire trek. Along the road, some teahouses and lodges provide a range of meals, including foreign and Nepali cuisines. Some foods that you can expect while on the trek are:

                • Dal Bhat: A key component of Nepalese cuisine, dahl bhat is a hearty and nourishing dish. It is composed of steamed rice (bhat) paired with a flavorful lentil soup (dal) enhanced with turmeric, coriander, and cumin.

                • Momo: Momos are mouthwatering dumplings that are often eaten as a light lunch or snack when trekking. They are prepared by wrapping a mixture of minced meat, typically chicken, but occasionally vegetables, mixed with flavorful herbs and spices inside a thin layer of dough.

                • Thukpa: A common Tibetan noodle soup that is warming and filling, especially in the winter. It is prepared by adding a variety of vegetables, including carrots, cabbage, and leafy greens, to a savory broth while hand-pulled noodles are boiling.

                • Chow Mein: Along the trekking trail, you may often find chow mein, a stir-fried noodle meal. Usually, it's made out of bell peppers, onions, cabbage, carrots, and boiling noodles that have been stir-fried. For those who want more protein, certain teahouses may let you add chicken, shrimp, or tofu.

                Travel Insurance For 7 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek

                Having travel insurance is essential for a worry-free 7 Days Trek to ABC. Travel insurance provides peace of mind by offering coverage for unexpected events that may occur during the trek.

                It can protect you from potential medical emergencies, such as accidents or altitude sickness, ensuring access to quality healthcare. Additionally, travel insurance may cover trip cancellations, delays, or interruptions, safeguarding your financial investment in the trek.

                With travel insurance in hand, you can fully immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of ABC, knowing that you are well-protected throughout your unforgettable adventure.

                Permits For Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days

                Permits are the necessary authorization that you need before you enter the Annapurna region. For your Annapurna base camp 7-day trek, there are two main permits; Trekkers Information Management System and the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit.

                Please note that we will take care of all the permits for you, and the charges for these permits are included in our costs. By taking care of these permits for you, NTA ensures you have a hassle free and smooth journey.

                • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS): For anybody planning a trek in Nepal, the TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) permit is essential. It gives authorities vital information, which helps guarantee the security and welfare of trekkers. The TIMS permit is around NPR 2,000.

                • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP): ACAP was established to guarantee sustainable development and environmental preservation, and it has been crucial in preserving the fragile balance between tourism and the natural world. The ACAP permit is around NPR 3,000.

                Altitude Sickness During Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 Days

                You risk the danger of developing altitude sickness, sometimes referred to as acute mountain sickness (AMS), if you are traveling to elevations higher than 2,500 meters. Altitude sickness can affect you even if you are physically fit.

                Those with a history of altitude sickness, those who exercise or consume alcohol before acclimating to the altitude, and those with respiratory disorders are at increased risk. Before you confirm the trek, we recommend that you consult your doctor for advice relevant to you and your medical circumstances.

                Some symptoms of altitude sickness can be:

                • headache

                • loss of appetite

                • feeling or being sick

                • feeling tired or exhausted

                • dizziness

                • difficulty sleeping

                If you experience any of these symptoms or other discomforts, please let the guides know. We will either add extra acclimatization days or slow the pace of the trek, depending on your condition.

                Packing List For Annapurna Base Camp Trek - 7 Days

                Here's a packing list for a 7-day Annapurna Trek:

                • Lightweight and sturdy backpack

                • Trekking boots with good ankle support

                • Moisture-wicking socks

                • Quick-drying pants and shirts (avoid cotton)

                • A fleece jacket or down jacket for warmth

                • Rain jacket and waterproof pants

                • Hat, gloves, and scarf for cold weather

                • Sunglasses with UV protection

                • Sunscreen and lip balm

                • Water purification tablets or filters

                • Refillable water bottle

                • Snacks and energy bars

                • Basic first aid kit with band-aids, painkillers, etc.

                • Personal toiletries and toilet paper

                • Trekking poles (optional but helpful)

                • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries

                • Camera and spare memory cards

                • Trekking permits and identification documents

                • Cash in Nepali Rupees for expenses

                • A small lock for securing your belongings

                • Flip-flops or comfortable shoes for evenings

                • A small towel or washcloth

                 Note: Remember to pack light and only bring the essentials, as you'll be carrying your backpack throughout the trek.

                Booking Process for 7 Days Annapurna Base Camp Trek

                If you want to book your Annapurna 7-day trek with us, then we have an easy and accessible online booking system available with us. You can directly book your trek online and wait for a booking confirmation from our team.

                You can also contact us online or on WhatsApp. If you choose to contact us online, you can directly contact us or call us at +977 9851017030 (Binod Sapkota). Our team members are available 24/7 at your service, ready to give you an amazing experience with a lifetime of memories.

                For a confirmed departure on your chosen date, 100% payment of the cost is required. However, if you wish to secure your trek without full booking, a minimum of 50% of the total trek package cost should be paid, depending on the nature of your fixed departure tour or customized itinerary. The remaining 50% payment can be settled at our head office in Kathmandu or upon arrival in Nepal before your scheduled trek.

                Important Tips For Annapurn Base Camp Trek 7 Days

                • Watch out for the climate. Before you leave for your trek, ensure you have a climate update

                • Carry the required things as per the climate state of the place

                • Go moderate. Move gradually, and don't rush. You may hurt yourself when moving quickly

                • Continue hydrating yourself by drinking water regularly. Try not to drink excessively while trekking

                • Deal with your belongings

                • Remember to bring a safety and medical aid pack

                • Carry rain gear if you are trekking in the monsoon season

                • Book early in the event that you want to trek to the Annapurna Base Camp in the peak seasons

                • Take a few breaks when trekking for refreshments

                Frequently Asked Questions
                • Q1. What kind of facilities you can get into tea houses during the Annapurna Base Camp trek?

                  Except for the high altitude, you can get private rooms with soft clean beds in most of the tea houses but the toilet and shower room need to be shared. They have a hot shower and cold shower facilities. For cold shower free of charge but hot shower need to pay an extra charge.

                • For all the reasons you need trekking information Management permits (TIMS) as policy. And you will need Annapurna national park permits or conservation area permits. Some area needs special permits issued by Immigration through a trekking agency. All these Permits are included in the package.

                • In the more popular trails (Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Manaslu, Mustang) there are well-established Mountain lodges providing sleeping accommodation and meals. Gone are the days when trekkers had to share dormitories, almost all lodges nowadays provide private rooms and many also have solar showers and clean toilet facilities.

                  In the rural parts of Nepal where there are no proper lodges for accommodation, we organize fully supported camping treks. We carry all our camping or safari gear and food. Our cooking team prepares food and drinking water is adequate.

                • There is a power supply until the Annapurna Base Camp. There may have some power cut timetable in the winter season. For the most part, they will approach you to pay additional for charging. Nepal has a 220-volt control framework. The power attachments are 2pin, 3 pins both are alright. A large portion of the visitor houses offers paid internet providers however the upper segment has nothing worth mentioning gathering for the web. For your benefit, you can purchase a nearby SIM card in Kathmandu and purchase a web bundle.

                • The best climate for trekking in the Annapurna locale is during harvest time (September to November) and spring (March-May). The skies are clear at that point and you will get an opportunity to appreciate some remarkable perspectives on the Annapurna's and Dhaulagiri crests.

                  Remember that despite the fact that it isn't rainstorm season any longer it will be a lot hotter and sticky in the lower districts (wilderness) regardless you may experience a surprising shower or two. It will likewise be a lot cooler above 3500m. Despite the fact that it's not actually wintering you will need comfortable garments and a down coat

                • Each and every lodge and tea houses have boiling water for trekkers. Someplace of the trekking route, they have a mineral water bottle for drinking. In some places, it is not allowed to sell water bottles so they provide a safe drinking water station for selling water. We provide water or information on water sources by our guide in trekking. 

                • The name "Annapurna" holds significant meaning and symbolism. "Annapurna" is a Sanskrit word that can be broken down into two parts: "Anna" and "Purna."

                  • Anna: "Anna" means food or grains. It represents nourishment and sustenance, which are essential for life.

                  • Purna: "Purna" means full or complete. It denotes fulfilment or abundance.

                  Thus, the combined term "Annapurna" can be translated as "Goddess of Nourishment" or "Provider of Abundance." In Hindu mythology, Annapurna is revered as the goddess of food and agriculture, and she is believed to be the embodiment of the divine aspect that provides nourishment to all living beings. The name is particularly fitting for the mountain, as the Annapurna region in Nepal is agriculturally rich, and the mountains themselves have historically provided resources and sustenance to the people living in the surrounding areas.

                • The Annapurna Short Trek is a shorter version of the popular Annapurna Base Camp Trek, designed for travelers with limited time. It typically takes 7 days to complete the trek.

                • While prior trekking experience is helpful, the Annapurna Short Trek is considered a moderate trek suitable for most physically fit individuals. Regular exercise and a positive attitude are essential.

                • The highest point on the Annapurna Short Trek is Annapurna Base Camp, at an altitude of approximately 4,130m/ 13,550 feet.

                • Hiring a guide is mandatory, and also highly recommended, especially for first-time trekkers. A guide can assist with navigation, provide valuable insights, and ensure your safety during the journey.

                • The main challenges include adjusting to higher altitudes, unpredictable weather, and steep ascents and descents. Proper acclimatization, physical fitness, and a well-planned itinerary can help overcome these challenges.

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                  Hudson RedwoodUnited States,May 08, 2023

                  A Mesmerizing ABC short Trek in Nepal!

                  In November 2022, I had the best time trekking to ABC in Nepal. The views surpassed my expectations, and the warmth of the country and its people left a lasting impression. If you're considering this trek, go for it! Look no further than Nepal Trek Adventure for an incredible adventure.

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                  Elliott BlackwellUnited States,May 06, 2023

                  NTA Guides Me to Annapurna short trek

                  Conquering the Annapurna Base Camp solo was a daunting prospect, but with Nepal Trek Adventure, it felt like a walk in the park (well, a very uphill park!). My guide, Subsailor, was my rock on the trail – patient, encouraging, and always a source of fascinating stories about the region. The company's dedication to treating their clients like family was evident at every turn. From the pre-trek briefing to the celebratory high-fives at the finish line, I felt supported and cared for.

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