This Annapurna Base Camp PoonHill Trekking is 12-days (ABC) Trek is a luscious mix of remarkable mountain vistas, traditional mountain village life and thick rhododendron and bamboo forest ecosystems.
Starting in the quaint lakeside town of Pokhara, the trail heads to Tikkhedunga and Ghorepani and continues through lush forests and farmland to narrow gorges overlooked by the mighty Hiunchuli and Machapuchchre (Fishtail Mountain).
The trail takes you to the heart of the Gurung and Magar cultures and their traditional way of life. It introduces you to a vast variety of birds and wildlife whilst offering you the most magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains of the Annapurna Range.
Our destination is ABC where we will be encapsulated by a mountainous wonderland, being surrounded by the icy peaks of some of the world’s highest and most beautiful mountains.
There are challenging days to meet our 4130 meter elevation goal, from rocky trails to the ascent of 3300 stone steps to Ulleri, all will be worth the effort as you accompany these majestic mountains to ABC over an array of different and exciting landscapes.
Descending from ABC, you get the opportunity to bathe in the natural hot spring at Jhinu before returning to Pokhara with your adventures and achievements in the Annapurna Himalayas in your heart.
Our representative will come at your door, in your hotel at nearly about 6.30 am in Kathmandu, to receive you before we start the trip.
The trip starts with a drive of around 6 hours through lush green forest, meandering road through the hills and gracefully flowing riverside.
You will also come across lively markets and clusters of villages on the way. Buffet lunch will be taken in one of the road side restaurants.
After we get to Pokhara, we take rest for a while and explore Pokhara City and Lakeside during evening.
After breakfast, we take an early morning 1-hour drive to Nayapul. We then begin our trek, following the River Bhurungdi Khola. We pass low land rice fields and orange groves along an easy trail with a gentle incline to our first teahouse where we will spend the night.
Leaving Tikhedunga, we begin our journey with a steep climb to Ulleri ascending a steep stone staircase consisting of 3300 steps, a difficult challenge that rewards us with excellent views of Machhapuchhre (Fishtail Mountain), Gandharba Chuli and Annapurana II and III.
Ghorepani is reached by passing through a huge, dense rhododendron and oak tree forest, home to Longur monkeys and musk deer.
An early morning climb before breakfast takes us to the top of Poon Hill for spectacular, panoramic sunrise views of the Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri mountain range. After breakfast we head out for an uphill trek trough the jungle to Durali before a slight descent to Tadhapani.
From Tadhapani, we make a steep descent through a dense, dark forest to the beautiful village of Chomrong. We trek past farmland and local, traditional Gurung villages offering marvelous views of Annapurna South and the sacred Mount Machhapuchhre before reaching our teahouse for the night.
A lot of ups and downs today. We descend for 1 hour to the Chomrong Khola River and cross its waters on a suspension bridge. We then ascend for the next 2 hours to Sinuwa. Bamboo grows wild in this area and there are many beautiful rhododendron and walnut trees along the trail.
After lunch we pass through an area named after all the bamboo before reaching Dovan and our teahouse for the night.
A gradual ascent following the banks of the river Madi brings us through a sacred valley. No meat or fish is allowed in this area to comply with Buddhist and Hindu beliefs. We continue to pass bamboo trees and if we are lucky, we may see Lophophorus bird, the national bird of Nepal. We continue the ascent to base camp and our teahouse for the night.
After we leave Machhapuchhre Base Camp, we leave all vegetation and trees behind, we enter a desert wilderness known as the Annapurna Sanctuary, an area of pristine natural beauty, surrounded by the glorious Annapurna Himalayas and glistening Annapurna glacier. Overnight in teahouse.
We give you an early wake up call today so you can enjoy the wondrous sunrise views of the Annapurna Sanctuary. We then we begin our descent, following the Modi Khola River to Bamboo hut.
We start the day with an uphill trek to Sinewa and then descend to meet the Chomrong Khola River. Another ascent to Chomrong before the final descent of the day to Jhinu. Here, you can visit the natural hot springs to bathe in the relaxing warm waters.
Our last day of trekking, an easy descent to the banks of the Modi Khola River and on to Nayapul. We then take a private car for a one and a half hour drive back to Pokhara. Overnight in hotel.
We come back to the capital and the time is yours to spend relaxing in Thamel.
We serve you a farewell dinner in Kathmandu at a cultural restaurant as our regard.
Nepal Annapurna Trekking Campo: Recensioni Sono stato a fare trekking sul Campo Base Annapurna Trek nel novembre 2010 insieme a due amici. E'stato meraviglioso conoscere la natuara del Nepal e sperimentare lo scenario incantevole delle montagne Himalaya. Il viaggio è stato organizzato dal Nepal Tours Leone e Treks P.Ltd. e siamo così felici di aver scelto questa agenzia per la nostra avvertura. Ogni dettaglio è stato preso in considerazione, sono stati molto flessibili, se avevamo bisogno di fare una modifica al percorso, la si faceva. La nostra guida era il trekking Tamang, uomo ed era uno delle migliori guide di trekking che abbiamo mai avuto. Una volta in Nepal abbiamo avuto la fortuna di incontrare Shiva Prasad Paudel, il proprietario della agenzia. E ' un professionista del settore e ben informato . Ci ha portati in un posto a cenare con prezzi moderati e con cibi deliziosi tipici nepalesi. Il sito web (www.nepalliontrekking.com). Inoltre non esitiamo a raccomandare la sua agenzia ai nostri amici.Buon Viaggio! via Giannone 16 76017 San Ferdinando di Puglia BT Italy Non esitate a fare trekking in questo posto meraviglioso! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Buon trekking a tutti