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InspireU March 10, 2021 0

ISLAND PEAK AND EVEREST TREK

ISLAND PEAK ASCENT (WITH EVEREST BASE CAMP AND AMA DABLAM BASE CAMP VISIT)

      • Next Departure Dates 2021:

          • OCTOBER 2021

          Overview

            • Minimum: 2 people. Maximum 10 people.
            • Price from 2 to 3 people: 2230€*
            • Price from 4 to 7 people: 1983€*
            • Price from 8 people: 1830€*
            • Total Days: 22
            • Trek Days: 18
            • Trek Difficulty: Hard and Technical
            • Activities: Visit Everest Base Camp (5364m), visit Ama Dablam Base Camp, Summit Island Peak (6189m), summit Kala Pathar (5550m), visit Tengboche Monastery (3860m) and many others, Sherpa culture immersion, visit representative villages like Namche Bazar, Phortse (where the climbing training center is), Pangboche… Himalaya knowledge, high altitude knowledge, the geography of Himalaya, Nepali and Sherpa languages…

          * Prices are based on USD. The exchange rate for Euro is made in November 2019 and it might be changed if a strong exchange rate fluctuation occurs.

          ISLAND PEAK TREK

          TREK HIGHLIGHTS:

          • This is one of our Nepal Treks of once in a lifetime experience.
          • Exclusive itinerary designed by InspireU Adventures.
          • The great challenge of the ascension to Island Peak (6189m).
          • A full overview of Sagarmatha National Park.
          • Visit Everest Base Camp.
          • Visit to Ama Dablam Base Camp
          • The best views of Mount Everest from Kala Pathar summit.
          • Special progressive ascension for perfect acclimatization.
          • Unforgettable flight to Lukla airport (2800m high). Spectacular panoramic views of the Himalayas range from the plane during the flight.
          • Immersion into Sherpa culture (traditions, customs, and language)
          • Visit one of the highest Buddhist monastery in the world, Tengboche (3860m) and the largest in the Khumbu Region. (We have a special itinerary dedicated to Tengboche Monastery Trek)
          • Walk through the highest suspension bridge above the river.

          ABOUT ISLAND PEAK ASCENT TREK

          Discover the Land of the Sherpa. A trip that will transport you to the magic paths, mystic forests and legendary views surrounded by majestic peaks and some of the highest mountains in the world (Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Thamserku…).

          Island Peak, situated on the South-East part of Everest Peak, is the most intense physical activity. It is a challenge with the most spectacular reward for our eyes, our bodies, and our minds.

          With this itinerary, we like walking away from the crowds as much as possible to enjoy nature in a more intimate way in such a popular region.

          Trek in the shadows of the Yeti still alive amongst the legends of the locals. Discover one of the highest Buddhist monastery in the world: Tengboche. Mingle in the Sherpa culture as you walk through the nature of the Himalayas. Let yourself go and discover the living rocks, and enjoy the flora and fauna in one of the most astonishing treks you will ever do in your life…

          Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

          “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…”
          John Muir (“John of the Mountains”. naturalist and preservationist. 1838 – 1914)

          What’s included:

          • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent.
          • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry a maximum of 15Kg).
          • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
          • National Park Entrance fee.
          • All special permits to summit Island Peak.
          • All domestic flights.
          • All airport pickups and drop-offs in Nepal.
          • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
          • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
          • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
          • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
          • A cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek.
          • Basic Medical kit.
          • Staff insurance.
          • All Taxes.
          • Personalized attention during the planning stages previously to the trek via email, WhatsApp, Skype and other methods available.

          What’s not included

          • International flights.
          • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
          • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
          • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
          • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
          • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
          • Personal medicines
          • Specific equipment to summit Island Peak (available to rent).
          • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
          • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.
          • Tips to guides and porters

          Best time to trek: spring and autumn (April, May / October, November). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

          *NOTE: The airport of Lukla has very variable weather and sometimes flights get delayed or canceled. Please, be prepared for potential delays and to remain in Lukla extra nights. It is advisable that clients allow extra days when booking their return international flight.

          ISLAND PEAK TREK MAP

          ISLAND PEAK TREK ITINERARY, COST, AND GALLERY

InspireU February 3, 2021 0

GOKYO AND TENGBOCHE

GOKYO TREK

  • • Departures 

      • Summer 2021:

      • – 14th to 31st August 2021

      • Autumn 2021:

      • – 13th to 30th October 2021

      • Spring 2022:

      • – 4th to 21st of May 2022

      Other dates can be requested. In case you want to extend the stay in Nepal, do not hesitate to let us know and we will adapt to your adventure.

      Overview of the Gokyo and Tengboche Trek

        • • Minimum 2 persons. Maximum: 12 persons.
        • • Price from 2 persons: 1710€*
        • Price from 4 persons: 1525€*
        • Price from 8 persons: 1380€*
        • Price from 12 persons: 1355€*
        • • Total: 18 days
        • • Trek days: 13
        • • Trek Difficulty: Moderate

    * Prices are based on US Dollars. The conversion to € can change if there is a strong fluctuation. 

TREK HIGHLIGHTS

  • A very special trek, extended version of Gokyo Lakes Trek.
  • The best views of Everest Range from Gokyo Ri summit (5357m). And privileged views of Mount Cho Oyu (8201m). 
  • Visit of Tengboche Buddhist Monastery. The largest in the Sagarmatha National Park and one of the most important buddhist education centres in the region.
  • Pangboche Village visit. We check out the Oldest Monastery of the region.
  • Discover Khumjung village and the school of the region sponsored by the Edmund Hillary Foundation.

ABOUT GOKYO & TENGBOCHE TREK

A Nepal trek that includes most of the Highlights of the entire Sagarmatha National Park. We discover the astonishing views of Everest Range from a privileged point of view (Gokyo Ri 5357m), the beauty of the Gokyo Lakes surrounded by gigantic peaks and the Renjo La Pass, and the magic of one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world with a very powerful history. Rebuilt twice due to an earthquake(1934) and a fire(1989), Tengboche Monastery was strategically built on top of a hill overseeing the Solokhumbu Valley.

We contemplate some of the highest peaks in the world and in the region: (Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu(8463m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Nuptse (7864m), Pumori (7165m), Ama Dablam (6814m)(Check our Ama Dablam Base Camp Trek), Kangtega (6783m), Thamserku (6618)…)

Mingle in the Sherpa culture as you walk through the nature of the Himalayas. The Yeti steps are present in the legends (or not…) of the locals.

Gokyo Lakes is one of the most popular treks for its outstanding natural beauties. The path towards Gokyo offers a variety of landscapes, from Rhododendron forests and beautiful waterfalls, to rocky terrain with less vegetation ending on a paradise where the contrast of the Dudh Pokhari (Gokyo Lake) and the mountains surrounding it can be compared with the most beautiful painting. Something that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime. You will get inspired and may feel overwhelmed by so much beauty of nature and culture.

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Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences”
Christopher McCandless (1968. Hiker and traveller. An adventurer that lost his life in Alaska in 1992. Jon Krakauer wrote his biography called “Into the Wild” adapted into a film)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent 
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop-offs.
  • Comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek.
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.
  • Tips to Porters and Guides

Best time to trek: spring and autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

*NOTE: The airport of Lukla has very variable weather and sometimes flights get delayed or canceled. Please, be prepared for potential delays and to remain in Lukla extra nights. It is advisable that clients allow extra days when booking their return international flight.

GOKYO TREK MAP

GOKYO TREK ITINERARY, COST AND GALLERY

InspireU February 3, 2021 0

Everest Base Camp Trek

EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK

  • • Departures 

      • Autumn 2021:

      • – 1st to 16th of October 2021

      • Spring 2022:

      • – 8th to 23rd of April 2022

        Other dates can be requested. In case you want to extend the stay in Nepal, do not hesitate to let us know and we will adapt to your adventure.

      Overview of the Great Everest Base Camp Trek

        • • Minimum 2 persons. Maximum: 12 persons.
        • • Price from 2 persons: 1554€*
        • Price from 4 persons: 1445€*
        • Price from 8 persons: 1299€*
        • Price from 12 persons: 1240€*
        • • Total: 16 days
        • • Trek days: 11
        • • Trek Difficulty: Moderate

    * Prices are based on US Dollars. The conversion to € can change if there is a strong fluctuation. 

TREK HIGHLIGHTS:

  • This is one of our Nepal Treks of once in a lifetime experience.
  • Visit the Everest Base Camp where expeditions prepare to summit Mount Everest.
  • The best views of Mount Everest from Kala Pathar summit.
  • Unforgettable flight to Lukla airport (2800m high) surrounded by the hills of Solukhumbu Region. Spectacular panoramic views of Himalaya range from the plane during the flight.
  • Explore surroundings of Namche Bazar: first scenic views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam from Everest View Hotel, and visit Khumjung village and the school supported by the Edmund Hillary Foundation.
  • Immersion into Sherpa culture (traditions, customs, and language)
  • Visit one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world, Tengboche (3867m) and the largest in the Khumbu Region. (We have a special itinerary dedicated to Tengboche Monastery Trek)
  • Walk through the highest suspension bridge above the river.

ABOUT EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK

Discover the Land of the Sherpa. A trip that will transport you to the magic paths, mystic forests and legendary views surrounded by majestic peaks and some of the highest mountains in the world (Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Thamerseku…).

Trek in the shadows of the Yeti still present amongst the legends of the locals. Discover one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world: Tengboche. Mingle in the Sherpa culture as you walk through the nature of the Himalayas. Let yourself go and discover the living rocks, and enjoy the flora and fauna in one of the most astonishing treks you will ever do in your life…

During the acclimatization days, we organize different activities to visit the villages around.

*Click here to know more about our commitments

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

Did you know?
Everest is the name of the General Surveyor in India in 1830 – 1843 (Sir George Everest, 1790-1866). His successor A.S. Waugh suggested that the peak XV had his name.
The nepali local name of Mount Everest is Sagarmatha, meaning “Forehead in the sky”. And the Tibetan name Chomolungma meaning “the mother goddess of the earth”. Even though there are many other names and meanings given to the sacred mountain depending on different cultural regions and different local pronunciations.

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…”
John Muir (“John of the Mountains”. naturalist and preservationist. 1838 – 1914)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop-offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. 
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.
  • Tips to Porters and Guides

Best time to trek: spring and autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

*NOTE: The airport of Lukla has a very variable weather and sometimes flights get delayed or canceled. Please, be prepared for potential delays and to remain in Lukla extra nights. It is advisable that clients allow extra days when booking their return international flight.

EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK MAP

EVEREST BASE CAMP TREK ITINERARY, COST AND GALLERY

InspireU February 3, 2021 0

LANGTANG TREK

LANGTANG TREK

  • • Departures 

      • Autumn 2021:

      • – 23rd October to the 3rd of November 2021

      • Spring 2022:

      • – 5th to 16th of April 2022

      Other dates can be requested. In case you want to extend the stay in Nepal, do not hesitate to let us know and we will adapt to your adventure.

      Overview of the Langtang Trek

        • • Minimum 2 persons. Maximum: 12 persons.
        • • Price from 2 persons: 850€*
        • Price from 4 persons: 730€*
        • Price from 8 persons: 695€*
        • Price from 12 persons: 635€*
        • • Total: 12 days
        • • Trek days: 6
        • • Trek Difficulty: Moderate

    * Prices are based on US Dollars. The conversion to € can change if there is a strong fluctuation. 

TREK HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Walking through a diversity of landscapes: from deep forest and narrow paths between high hills, to open landscape surrounded by all Langtang main Himalayan Mountains.
  • Kyanjin Gumba. We stay 1 day exploring the surroundings. Hike above Kyanjin to have the views of the astonishing Langtang Lirung Glacier, or have a walk through the plains along Langtang river to be at the bottom of Yala Peak (Numthang).
  • Delicious food and delightful cheese and curd locally made.
  • This is a wonderful short option for those who don’t have more time and want to explore other sites in Nepal
  • Away from the popular crowded Annapurna Conservation Area or Sagarmatha National Park (Everest Region).
  • Easy trek for a variety of fitness levels.

ABOUT THE MAGIC KYANJIN TREK

The Langtang National Park is amongst our favorite regions to recommend to our clients when they want to do trekking in Nepal. Not only because of the spectacular views of one of the most wonderful corners of the Himalayas, but especially because of the people, the culture, and the tradition that live in this area.

The hearts and landscape were greatly affected by the earthquake on the 25th of April 2015. There is history in every step, a story behind each eye we meet and behind every rock that we leave behind in our path. So many emotions will awake your hearts and open your spirits to a new perspective on life.

Langtang National Park is located in the Himalayan range to the North of Kathmandu. The trek will start in Syapru Besi, and soon we find ourselves wrapped up in the luscious and deep forests, where bamboo flourishes. One day we casually come across the Langur monkey. On another, we see beehives amongst the top of cliffs, where bee hunters climb ropes and ladders scarcely protected. They harvest some of the most flavourful, and also some very unique honey of Nepal.

On the second trek day, the Langtang Valley opens as out of a funnel with breathtaking views of Himalayan peaks (Langtang Lirung 7227m, Langtang II, Urking Kangari, Baden Powell Scout Peak, Naya Kanga, Yala Peak…). We arrive in Kyanjin Gumba on the third day, where we will spend an extra day exploring the surroundings and enjoying the local gastronomy protected by the big mountains of the Langtang National Park.

Prepare to have wonderful tasty curd and cheese from the villagers!

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Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves”
Edmund Hillary (1919 – 2008 New Zealand mountaineer, first person to rach the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world (8848m) on the 29th of May 1953 together with Tenzing Norgay in the John Hunt expedition)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop-offs.
  • Comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Water* and cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek.
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.
  • Tips to Porters and Guides

Best time to trek: Spring and Autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

LANGTANG TREK MAP

LANGTANG TREK ITINERARY, COST AND GALLERY

InspireU May 19, 2019 0

Manaslu Trek

MANASLU TREK

      • Next Departure Dates 2021:

          • OCTOBER 2021

          Overview

            • Minimum: 2 people. Maximum 12 people.
            • Price from 2 people: 1472€*
            • Price from 4 people:1230€*
            • Price from 8 people:1067€*
            • Price for 12 people: 1012€*
            • Total Days: 22
            • Trek Days: 18
            • Trek Difficulty: Hard

          * Prices are based on USD. The exchange rate for Euro might be changed if a strong exchange rate fluctuation occurs.

        • TREK HIGHLIGHTS:

          • The most breathtaking trekking, fairly untouched by tourists.
          • We surround Manaslu peak, the eighth highest mountain in the world (8163m).
          • Variety of landscapes, flora and fauna. Rododendro and blue pine forests, and high snow-capped mountains panorama: Himalchuli (7893m), Ngadi Chuli (7871m), Shringi (7187m), Langpo (6668m), Saula (6235m).
          • Recently open to tourism and less exploited. This region has a strong rooted fascinating Tibetan culture and tradition in the north part.
          • Ideal trek for the high mountain lovers and culture lovers.

          ABOUT MANASLU TREK

          This is one of the most breathtaking trekkings in Nepal. Manaslu Conservation Area, one of the most untouched regions of Nepal, was officially declared in 1998 with the purpose to preserve the natural resources, culture, legacy, animal life, and promote eco-tourism to develop the local life.

          Manaslu is known as the “Mountain of the Spirit”. It is a serrated huge wall of snow and ice hanging in the sky. Situated in the centre-west part of Nepal, in the Gorkha District.

          Manaslu Trek passes through Nupri Valley, where we find a very strong Hindu and Tibetan culture and tradition. As we ascend, the valley opens up to spectacular alpine meadows and beautiful Tibetan villages.

          Manaslu Trek is one of the greatest treks that we can find in the trekking panorama in Nepal. It is a privileged region fairly untouched with a very dramatic and powerful scenery.

          We enter in the Tamang etnic group region. They are known as the original horse traders of Nepal. The region is full of Tibetan Buddhist art and tradition. We find numerous Buddhist monasteries, stupas and manis (Buddhist mantras carved on stone), along the path.

          This itinerary offers approximately 177Km of circuit style of trekking path surrounding Manaslu mountain. The highest point we reach is Larkya La Pass (5160m), and finishes in Annapurna Conservation Area.

          This region is home to numerous animals like the snow lepard, red panda, linx, Asian black bear, grey wolf, Himalayan musk deer, blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, horseshoe bat, and aroun 110 bird species including golden eagle, koklass pheasants, and Tibetan snow cocks. Vegetation varies according  to the region where we are at; Rododendron and Himalayan blue pine forests.

           

          “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…”
          John Muir (“John of the Mountains”. naturalist and preservationist. 1838 – 1914)

          What’s included:

          • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
          • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
          • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
          • Fees for both Manaslu and Annapurna Conservation Areas.
          • Special permit for the restricted area.
          • Transportation from Kathmandu to start of the trek and back to Kathmandu at the end of the trek.
          • International airport pick up and drop off.
          • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
          • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
          • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
          • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
          • Cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. 
          • Souvenir
          • Medical kit.
          • Staff insurance.
          • Taxes.
          • Personalized attention during the previous months in preparation to the trek via email and other contact means.

          What’s not included

          • International flights.
          • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
          • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
          • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
          • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
          • Bottled water (*Click here to know more about our environment compromise).
          • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
          • Personal medicines
          • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
          • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.

          Best time to trek: spring and autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

          MANASLU TREK MAP

          MANASLU TREK COST

InspireU April 24, 2019 0

THE GREAT LANGTANG TREK

THE GREAT LANGTANG TREK – 7TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE EARTHQUAKE

    • • Next Departure Dates 2022:

        • – 20th of April to 7th of May Celebration of the 7th Anniversary of the Earthquake.

      • Other dates can be requested upon availability. You can also extend your stay in Nepal, please, let us know and we will organize it for you.

Overview

    • Minimum: 4 persons. Maximum: 12 persons.
    • • Price from 4 persons: 1715€
    • • Price from 8 persons: 1385€
      • Total: 18 days
      • Trek Days: 14
      • Difficulty: Hard
      • Exercises: Trekking, glacier visits, peaks ascension, Special Impact Tour about the Earthquake on the 25th of April 2015, unique and special Tour: “Searching for the Red Panda”, Rock Climbing in Thulo Syabru (optional), Tamang Culture (Langtang’s ethnic group), Nepali Culture, knowledge about Flora and Fauna, knowledge about the Mountains of the Himalaya, gastronomy.

      Welcome to The Great  Langtang Trek in celebration of the 5th Aniversary of the Earthquake that shook Nepal, especially the Langtang region, on the 25th of April 2015. Especially designed by The Team and our specialist in Langtang region Pol Ferrús.

TREK HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Unique and exclusive trek designed by our expert in Langtang Region Pol Ferrús and our local guides Dawa, Yurme and Tsering
  • Especial Tour about the Earthquake that intensively affected Langtang region on the 25th of April 2015.
  • Especial Tour “Searching for the Red Panda” with our local experts. Unique in the area.
  • Ascensions to peaks and visits to glaciers of Langtang Region during the trek (Kyanjin Ri or TserKo Ri, The Langtang Lirung Base Camp Glacier or visit Langshisa Karka).
  • Activities specially designed for this trek with very rich cultural content.
  • Rock Climbing activity (optional) in Thulo Syabru.
  • The Gosaikunda sacred lakes (4380m) is one of the most spectacular sceneries and an especial pilgrimage place for Hindu culture.
  • Kyanjin Gumba offers the best high mountain panorama in the heart of the Himalaya.
  • Delicious food. On top of the classical popular gastronomy (Dal Bhat, Momo, Sherpa Stew, Tukpa, etc.) we will discover the flavors of the region: artesian cheese and curd.
  • Walking through a big variety of landscapes: from the deep Bambú and Rhododendron forests to the narrow paths between high hills, and the open alpine scenery surrounded by the main peaks of the Langtang Himalaya.
  • Away from the popular crowded regions like Annapurna Conservation Area or Everest Region (Sagarmatha National Park).
  • Moderate to Hard Trek: good physical/fitness level is required.

ABOUT THE GREAT LANGTANG TREK

An inspirational trip that will take your breath away. Langtang National Park is one of our favorite regions. Away from crowded areas, we get immersed in the heart of the Himalaya. We will participate in the culture, tradition and local life in a very authentic way.

Covering approximately 1710 square meters, Langtang National Park was officially gazetted in 1976. Situated in the central Himalayan region of Nepal, with its southern border lying about 30 kilometers north of Kathmandu. It contains the greatest range of vegetation as it’s area encompasses both subtropical and alpine zones. Altogether some 1000 plant species, 160 bird species, 30 mammal species have been identified in the National Park.

The Gosaikunda sacred lake (4380m), is one of Nepal’s most famous places of pilgrimage for Hindu culture. It is surrounded by nine other lakes on the east and west of the lake (Kunda).

This area was greatly affected after the Earthquake that shook Nepal on the 25th of April 2015. There is history in every step, a story behind each look and each rock that we leave behind. So many emotions will awake our hearts and open our souls to a new perspective of life.

We can’t wait to show you what the Langtang National Park has to offer. It will start in Syapru Besi and soon we will find ourselves surrounded by the exuberant deep forests where bamboo and Rhododendron (the national flower of Nepal) grow. We will find the Langur monkey along the way, and we will see the popular bee hives hanging on the steep rocks from where the expert honey hunters climb with handmade ropes and ladders to collect the most delicious honey in Nepal. Our Tour “Searching for the Red Panda”, totally exclusive for this trek, is a lifetime experience.

In addition of living a great cultural experience, we can see the majestic peaks of the Himalaya of Langtang (Langtang Lirung 7227m, Langtang II, Urking Kangari, Baden Powell Scout Peak, Naya Kanga, Pico Yala …). And we will ascend to some of them like Kyanjin Ri (4773m) or Tserko Ri (4984m). We will explore the Langtang Lirung Base Camp Glacier or we will go to visit Langshisha Karka at the end of the valley surrounded by numerous snowcapped mountains.

Check our Trip Schedule, costs and gallery below this page for more details.

 

        • “To travel, to experience and learn: that is to live”
          Tenzing Norgay Sherpa (1914 – 1986. Nepali mountaineer, first person to reach the summit of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world on the 29th of May 1953 together with Edmund Hillary in the John Hunt expedition)

           

      What’s included:

            • Tour Leader, Langtang National Park specialist.
            • Activities and special Tours during the trek: “Impact Tour” about the earthquake of 2015, Ascension to peaks and glaciers (Langtang Lirung Base Camp Glacier oe Langshisa Kharka and Kyanjin Ri (4773m) or Tserko Ri (4984m), special Tour “Searching for the Red Panda”, Rock Climbing guided by Pol Ferrús (optional) in Thulo Syabru (material not included available for rental in the village).
            • Nepali Guide licensed. Local expert guide in the region.
            • Local Porter (1 porter per 2 persons. Each porter can carry maximum 15Kg).
            • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System). This is the permit to trek in Nepal.
            • Entrance Fee to the National Park.
            • We pick you up and drop you off to the international airport in Nepal.
            • Transport from Kathmandu to the start of the trek and back to Kathmandu at the end of the trek by Jeep.
            • Comfort Hotels before and after the trek with breakfast included (4 nights in total).
            • Welcome Dinner on the arrival day.
            • Accommodation during the trek in guest houses and mountain lodges.
            • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
            • Water* and a cup of tea or coffee per each meal during trek days. (*Click here to know more about our environmental commitment).
            • Souvenir.
            • Medical Kit basic.
            • Staff insurance.
            • All taxes.
            • Personalized Attention during the previous months in preparation for the trek via email or other contact methods.

          What’s not included

              • International flights.
              • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
              • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
              • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
              • Alcohol, soft drinks, and snacks
              • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
              • Personal medicines
              • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
              • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.
              • Rock Climbing Material Material (for the optional activity). It is possible to rent the material in Thulo Syabru village.
              • Tips for Tour Leader, Guide, and Porters.

          IMPACT TREK IN LANGTANG MAP

          LANGTANG ITINERARY, PRICE AND GALLERY

InspireU September 5, 2017 0

The Secret Poon Hill Trek

POON HILL TREK

TREK HIGHLIGHTS

  • Spectacular Sunrise from Poon Hill will offer the views of Annapurna Range from the south side including Machhapuchhre (6997m), Gangapurna (7455m), Hiunchuli (6441m), Annapurna South (7219m.), Annapurna I (8091m), Nirgiri Peak (7061m), Dhampus Peak (6012m), Tukuche Peak (6920m), Dhaulagiri (8172m), Dhaulagiri II and III over 7700 meters and Gurga Peak (7129m).
  • We choose a different path after the visit of the Poon Hill to stay away from the popular crowded paths and to find a magic Homestay called Little Paradise, where we can enjoy outstanding views, delicious local gastronomy and a magic beautiful garden. A family cozy stay.
  • At Jhinu Danda we will enjoy a warm bath at the Hot Springs.
  • Variety of landscapes amongst them, Rhododendron Forests (Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal, and blooms with a variety of colors: pink, red or white), open hills with 390 degrees views, waterfalls…
  • Wonderful short trek where we get a taste of Nepal panorama: the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu; the second largest city in Nepal, Pokhara, the heart of the rural world of the Himalayas and the astonishing giants of Annapurna Range.
  • We take a comfortable 25 minutes flight to Pokhara and back to Kathmandu. Avoiding a long drive by bus that takes all day on the road. Therefore, we have plenty of time to enjoy both cities and in addition, the flight has outstanding views of the Himalaya range (Manaslu and Annapurna regions) all the way!
  • Easy to moderate trek for a variety of fitness levels.

ABOUT THE SECRET POON HILL TREK

You won’t find a Nepal Trek like this one. You are going to one of the most popular treks in Annapurna Region, but the InspireU way, discovering places only known by few. You will discover paths away from the crowds with special views that will take your breath away.

This trek is ideal for all kind of levels; not too long, and wonderfully complete to have a taste of culture, nature, and privileged Himalayan views.

Get immersed in the Gurung culture. Gurung Shamanism is one of the oldest religion in Nepal, where each village has their own local deities. Our way will cross the wonderful forest, and terraced fields as we approach the land of the Annapurnas. Absolutely astonishing views of the Himalayan giants are a gift for our eyes and our senses in this magical trek.

Poon Hill is one of the perfect spots to see the spectacular sunrise over the Annapurna Himalayan Range: Annapurna I (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8172m)(Also Check our dhaulagiri trek), Tukuche Peak (6920m), Nilgiri (7061m), Varaha Shikhar (7847m), Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna III (7555m), Machhapuchhre (Fishtail 6997m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Annapurna II (7937m), Lamjung Himal (6983m) and other numerous snowcapped mountain peaks.

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“In the mountains, worldly attachments are left behind, and the absence of material distractions, we are opened up to spiritual thought. We should be attempting to carry the spiritual experience of the mountains with us everywhere.”
Jamling Tenzing Norgay (1965. Sherpa mountain climber. Son of Tenzing Norgay)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Water* and cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. (*Click here to know more)
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.

Best time to trek: Spring and Autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

*NOTE: Flights at the airport of Pokhara rarely get canceled or delayed in high seasons (Spring and Autumn) but can be delayed or canceled because of bad weather. Please, be prepared for potential delays. It is advisable that clients have insurance coverage for their international flight in case of delays in their return flight or allow extra days when booking the return international flight.

POON HILL TREK MAP

POON HILL TREK COST

InspireU August 2, 2017 0

The Cho La Pass Trek

CHO LA PASS TREK

TREK HIGHLIGHTS

  • Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes.
  • Kala Pathar (5550m) and Gokyo Ri (5357m) ascensions will offer the best views of the Everest Range and some of the highest mountains in the world (Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu(8463m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Nuptse (7864m), Pumori (7165m), Ama Dablam (6814m), Kangtega (6783m), Thamerseku (6618)…).
  • Cho La Pass offers the most challenging journey connecting Everest Base Camp with Gokyo Lakes.
  • Visit of one of the highest Buddhist Monasteries in the world and the largest and most important Buddhist education centre in the area.
  • Sherpa Cooking class during the acclimatisation day in Namche Bazar optional.
  • A good fitness level is required.

ABOUT THE CHO LA PASS TREK

This trek will allow you to see the three most incredible sites in Sagarmatha National Park; Everest Base Camp (with Kala Pathar peak summit), Gokyo Lakes (with Gokyo Ri peak summit), and Tengboche Buddhist Monastery.

We contemplate from many points of view some of the highest mountains in the world. You will get inspired by the Himalayan nature and the Sherpa culture.

We get immersed in the Sherpa culture and fusion with the variety of nature. Walking through Rhododendron forests, passing by magic waterfalls, hike rocky and dry terrain and crossing glaciers. On the way, we get to see numerous Sherpa Villages and a variety of Stupas, Manis and Chortens (Buddhist symbolic monuments) on the paths that are there to purify our souls and offer us good luck.

The shadows of the Yeti will follow us behind the legends of the locals.

Discover one of the highest Buddhist Monastery in the world: Tengboche. Situated on top of a hill overseeing the valley to the north (the way to Everest Base Camp), to the West (the path on the way to Gokyo) and to the south (the way to Namche Bazar with Mount Kongde in the background). The views to Everest range from this Nepal Trekking are great!

During the acclimatization days, we organize different activities you can choose from, amongst them our Special Sherpa Cooking Class conducted by our family in Namche Bazar.

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“At its finest moments climbing allows me to step out of ordinary existence into something extraordinary, stripping me of my sense of self-importance.”
Doug Scott (1941. First ascent of the south-west face of Mount Everest on 1975)

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Water*and cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. (*Click here to know more)
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.
  • Optional Sherpa Cooking Class during the acclimatization day in Namche Bazar

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.

Best time to trek: spring and autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

*NOTE: The airport of Lukla has a very variable weather and sometimes flights get delayed or canceled. Please, be prepared for potential delays and to remain in Lukla extra nights. It is advisable that clients allow extra days when booking their return international flight.

CHO LA PASS TREK MAP

CHO LA PASS TREK COST

InspireU July 12, 2017 0

NAR PHU VALLEY TREK

NAR PHU VALLEY TREK

TREK HIGHLIGHTS

  • All included from the moment that you land in Nepal until you take your flight back home.
  • Least explored region of Annapurnas. This region was opened to visitors in 2003. 
  • Highly interesting for its tradition maintenance throughout the centuries.
  • Amazing topography, similar to Tibet plateau.
  • Visit stone villages and monasteries were ancient Tibetan-Buddhist culture is unchanged and alive.
  • Visit the villages Phu and Nar, highly interesting for their ancestral architecture (stone houses), potato and barley growers and sheep, goat and yak farmers.
  • Kangla Pass 5307m is an outstanding pass with the views of all the Annapurna Range.

ABOUT NAR PHU VALLEY TREK

A very special experience where traditions and cultures are extremely well preserved. Residents of the Nar Phu Valley still use ancient techniques and lifestyle practices. It is a cultural protected area that was only open to tourism as of 2003.

This Nepal Trek is the opportunity to get surrounded by a very different big geographical landscape; from deep forests to desertic valleys similar to the one found in Mustang or Tibet. Life in these valleys can be very hard because of the weather conditions. A vastly different climate from the classical Annapurna Circuit, more similar to that of the Tibetan plateau on the other side of the great Himalayan Range.

Villagers grow potatoes and barley and weave blankets and clothing made out of their sheeps, goats and yaks wool.

In this trek, you will get to see the spectacular Annapurna Range. Annapurna I, II, III and IV, Lamjung Himal, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, and Manaslu from Dharapani Village.

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever”
Mahatma Ghandi

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent. 
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Fees.
  • Nar Phu Restricted Area Fees.
  • All domestic transports.
  • All airport pickups and drop offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included.
  • A welcome dinner/lunch on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • A cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. (*Click here to know more about water supply)
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.
  • Tips to guide and porter.

Best time to trek: Spring and Autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

NAR PHU VALLEY TREK MAP

NAR PHU VALLEY TREK ITINERARY, COST AND GALLERY

InspireU July 11, 2017 0

Annapurna Magic Circuit Trek

ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT TREK

TREK HIGHLIGHTS

  • This Nepal trekking covers the north part of Annapurna Range and the west south part. We hike crossing the Thorong La Pass all the way to Poon Hill to contemplate from the South the Annapurna Range.
  • Spectacular variety of terrains and scenery where we can enjoy all Nepali types of landscapes in one sole trek. From the deep Pine and Oak forests, to big waterfalls, Rhododendron forests, open valleys, dry terrain similar to Mustang and Tibet regions, rocky sharp mountains, snow peaks…
  • We modify the classic popular route a bit to escape from the crowds for a while. We trek up the hill to Upper Pissang and Ghyaru. Where we enjoy the magical views of the Manang Valley from the hills, and get a great sunrise.
  • We visit Muktinath, one of the most sacred places on the trek that represents all natural elements: earth, fire, water and air. In here we obtain holy water too.
  • In Tatopani we reward ourselves with a bath at the Hot Springs.
  • The best views of the Annapurna Range from Poon Hill
  • Good level of fitness is required.

ABOUT ANNAPURNA MAGIC CIRCUIT TREK

This is the opportunity to get surrounded by numerous types of vegetation and geographical landscapes belonging to Nepal, from the thick pine, oak and rhododendron forests, to dry valleys comparable to Mustang. Crossing suspension bridges and passing by water falls, to terraced fields cultivating potatoes, buck wheat, maize or cabbage.

The way of Annapurna Circuit will also enchant you with a variety of animals along the way. Amongst them not only Yaks but also Bharals (blue sheep) and Dzokio´s (Yak and cow hybrid that are mostly used as porters to transport heavy materials and food to the villages). And if we are lucky we might even encounter a Snow Leopard!

The region abounds of religious symbology for Buddhism, Hinduism and Animism. Even though Buddhist is the main belief in the region; Animistic and Hindu practices are present in numerous places.

This is the moment to get immersed in the Gurung culture. Absolutely astonishing views of the Himalayan giants are a gift for our eyes and senses in this special trek. The spectacular pass of Thorong La will require a good level of fitness.

The trek will give us the opportunity to see the range of Annapurna from various points of view. A complete circuit that will pass through the classic and magic Poon Hill. One of the perfect spots to see the spectacular sunrise over the Annapurna Himalayan Range: Annapurna I (8091m), Dhaulaguiri (8172m), Ganggapurna (7454m), Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna III (7555m), Machhapuchhre (Fish tail 6997m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Annapurna II (7937m), Gandharva Chuli (6248m), Fluted Peak (6,501m), Lamjung Himal (6983m), Bharha Chuli (Fang 7647m), Tent Peak (Tharpu Chuli 5695m), Tare Kang (Glacier Dome 7069m), Khangsar Kang (Roc Noir 7485m), Patal Hiun Chuli (6441m), Tukuche Peak (6920m), Nilgiri (7061m), Varaha Shikhar (7847m), and other numerous snowcapped mountain peaks.

Check our Trip Schedule below this page for more details.

Did you know? Yak is the male and Nuk is the female of the species. That means that when we find in a shop Yak Cheese, it is actually Nuk cheese, but for commercial purpose they call it Yak.

“The wonderful things in life are the things you do, not the things you have”
Reinhold Messener (1944. Italian mountaineer. First ascent of Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen and first climber to ascend all fourteen peaks over 8000m).

What’s included:

  • Nepali Licenced Guide English fluent (from 4 persons an assistant guide will be added, from 10 persons 2 assistant guides will be added).
  • Porter (1 porter every 2 persons. Each porter will carry maximum 15Kg).
  • TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System): this is the trekking permit.
  • National Park Entrance fee.
  • All domestic flights.
  • All airport pickups and drop offs.
  • High comfort Hotels before and after the trek with Breakfast included (4 nights in total).
  • A welcome dinner on the arrival day.
  • Accommodation during the trek in lodges/tea house.
  • Food during the trek (breakfast, lunch and dinner).
  • Water* and cup of tea or coffee in every meal during the trek. (*Click here to know more)
  • Medical kit.
  • Staff insurance.
  • Taxes.

What’s not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa. Check our page About Nepal for Visa information.
  • Insurance with mountain rescue and repatriation compulsory. In case of doubt, do not hesitate to ask us when booking your trip and we will be happy to help you find the best option for you.
  • Meals before and after the trekking adventure (except breakfasts and 1 welcome dinner included)
  • Alcohol, soft drinks and snacks
  • Necessary trek equipment and personal material. See our list of things to bring to a trek to have an idea of what you need.
  • Personal medicines
  • Hot shower during the trek (often available in lodges under cost)
  • Electronic devices battery recharge (often available in lodges under cost). It is advisable to carry a portable charger if you have electronic devices to be charged during the trek.

Best time to trek: Spring and Autumn (April, May until mid-June / October, November until mid-December). Check our page “When to visit Nepal and When to Trek”.

*NOTE: Flights at the airport of Pokhara rarely get canceled or delayed in high seasons (Spring and Autumn) but can be delayed or canceled because of bad weather. Please, be prepared for potential delays. It is advisable that clients have insurance coverage for their international flight in case of delays in their return flight or allow extra days when booking the return international flight.

ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT TREK MAP

ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT TREK COST