Annapurna base camp trek, Nepal
From Himalayan peaks and terraced paddy fields to rhododendron forests and sub-tropical valleys, there is no better way to explore Nepal’s diverse landscapes than on foot.
Kathmandu (full day valley sightseeing) Patan city Pokhara (lakeside hotel) Nayapul – Ghandruk trek (5-6 hours) Ghandruk – Chhomrong (5-6 hrs) Chhomrong – Dovan ( 6-7 hours) Sinuwa village – bamboo village (lunch) Dovan - Annapurna Base Camp 6-7 hours) Annapurna Sanctuary Annapurna Base Camp – Sinuwa (6-7 hours) Annapurna Base Camp – Sinuwa (6-7 hours) Sinuwa - Jhinu Danda – Landruk (6-7 hours) Landruk - Phedi – Pokhara (5 – 6 hours) Modi Khola valley Dhampus village
US $890 excluding flights
Twin share accommodation including Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner during the Trek, Trekking Guide, 01 porter on each 02 trekkers, All transfers, Sightseeing Tours/Trekking with English speaking guide, Entrance fees & Conservation Permit, TIMS card.
Description of Annapurna base camp trek, Nepal
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1 Reviews of Annapurna base camp trek, Nepal
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 02 Oct 2017 by Johnny Sciortino
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?
The kindness of the Nepalese people and my guide, the blue of the mountains sitting on top of the green grass...
2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?
Don't go early september! Its too hot and the leeches are not amazing. Late september is when the good festivals and weather are.
3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
Yes! So much. I got really int supporting the local economy in Nepal - everyone is so gracious an happy to have you visiting so it was nice to return the favor
how I could.
4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?
I will go back every year from now on - it was perfect.
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWe have always believed in tourism that aims to have a low impact on the natural environment and local culture, generating income and employment for local people and promoting the conservation of local ecosystems. This is responsible tourism which is both ecologically and culturally sensitive. The locals have major roles to play in sustainable tourism, participating actively and taking responsibility in the industry. We encourage locals to sell local handicrafts or simply talk with tourists to give them an authentic image of the local culture.
Our guide will provide information on how to protect the environment e.g. do not drop litter, dispose of garbage in proper places like garbage boxes, establish fire point in camping treks/tours, if possible give food wastage to domestic animals. Pay a small extra amount to porters to bring back non-disposable items by duffel. Avoid bathing or washing clothes in streams etc. We take only small groups with a maximum of 16 people help to minimise our impact on the environment.
During this trek, trekkers will have the opportunity to give donations to the Annapurna conservation project which plays a vital role in environmental protection and community development in the Annapurna Area. The Annapurna Conservation Area supports high diversity of flora and fauna species. The area harbours rare and endangered wildlife species such as the Snow leopard, Musk deer, Tibetan argali, Impeyan pheasant and Tragopan pheasant. Annapurna conservation project (ACA) provides a large protected area with the entire habitat gradient from sub tropical Sal forests to perennial snow in which to maintain the biodiversity and integrity of the central Himalayas.
PeopleWe try to maximise our contribution to the local community by hiring local familiar guide and porters with knowledge about local culture. We encourage all our clients to hire porters to give local people employment, this is a great way of directing money straight back into the local economy. Our porters are not allowed to carry more than 25kg. In this trek we stay at local lodges/teahouses operated by local people. All lodges/teahouses minimise the impact on the environment by using kerosene/gas fuel instead of fire wood.
We are in partnership with registered charity organisation “Chhahari Group Nepal”, The organisation has been serving in Nepalese society since 2001. Most projects funded by them directly benefit the local community that has been affected by natural or political issues. Many other projects directly or indirectly benefit our citizens, e.g. orphanage home, community school, health camp, scholarship program etc. A current project involves helping to run a free community school for very poor families' children who can’t afford to send their kids to school.
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