Annapurna Base Camp

Annapurna Base Camp

Package Details

Annapurna Base Camp Trek probably the best legendary and classical trek in the world offers to breathe stopping Mountain View and gives the opportunity to experience the typical Nepali village, local people, and their way of living a traditional life in the Himalayas of Nepal.

From the Annapurna Base Camp, you can witness the stunning views of Fishtail, Hiunchuli, Annapurna Massif, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho, Pisang, and Pungda Danda, in addition to numerous other peaks. 

Along the way, you will be visiting the famous Poon Hill viewpoint and relaxing in the natural hot water pool at Jhinu Danda.

Details

Destination Annapurna Base Camp
Included
    • Accommodations during the trek
    • Meals, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with an open menu.
    • Transportation (all ground transportation, domestic airfares, and porter charges)
    • Entrance Fee to Various Locations as Needed
    • English-speaking guide and trekking staff with their accommodations, salaries, insurance, and equipment
    • Permits: TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System), National Parks Permit, and other taxes.
    • Airport pick-up and drop-off on a private basis
    • All tours and transfers are according to the above program.
    • And other official expenses.
Excluded
    • International airfares.
    • Nepal visa application fee
    • Travel insurance is mandatory.
    • Any expenses of a personal nature, such as drinks, laundry, or telephone calls,
    • Cost for video/still/camera/emergency/medical care
    • Gratitude for guides and trekking staff.
    • Any other expenses caused by unforeseen circumstances like natural disasters, or accidents.
    • Any optional tour or trip other than those mentioned in the tour program
    • Any other things not mentioned in the inclusion topics

The items listed below are recommended for Nepal's Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

Hiking Gears

Backpack (size depends on whether or not you have porters)

Hiking boots* (break them in beforehand)

Wool socks (bring a few pairs of varying thicknesses)

Lightweight trekking pants.

Trekking shorts

Waterproof jacket

Heavy down jacket (can be rented in Kathmandu)

Winter hat Winter gloves T-Shirts (lightweight wool is great)

Underwear.

Accessories

Water purification (pump, tablets, or SteriPen; bring from home)

Water bottles (at least 3 liters total capacity)

Baseball cap (the sun is strong at all elevations)

Hiking poles (lessen the impact on your joints)

Sunglasses (essential when you cross snow line)

Head lamp with extra batteries

Reading materials (Kindle may be best)

Journal and pens Camera with extra batteries

Daypack (for your rain jacket, snacks, camera, etc.)

Gators (many people wear them but they are not mandatory)

Personal Supplies

Sunscreen

Hand sanitizer

Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, floss, etc.)

Biodegradable bar soap Face/body wipes

Biodegradable washing liquid

Throat lozenges, lip balm

Medications (Ibuprofen, others if necessary)

Extras

Duct tape (fixes just about everything, at least temporarily. To avoid carrying an entire roll wrap the desired amount around a pencil)

First aid kit (with moleskin for blisters)

Extra passport photos and photocopies of your passport