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Annapurna base camp was the first “trek” ever to be done in Nepal and it is said that the term was coined during that journey. The Annapurna range is one of the most beautiful massif in the world and features some of the tallest peaks in the world. We go on this journey to the base camps of one of the tallest peaks in the world through rhododendron forests, hidden valleys, pristine Himalayan rivers and villages rich in culture and hospitality. We start and end our trek at Nayapul.
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We drive early from Kathmandu to Pokhara through the Prithvi highway along the Trishuli Khola. We have our lunch in the riverside fish town of Malekhu and keep following the river until we change rivers at Mugling and start following the Marshyangdi River. We reach Pokhara during the day and take a tour of the beautiful city for a while before we head North West to Nayapul, where we start our trek. Nayapul is around 2 hours drive from Pokhara from where we walk 20 minutes to reach our destination for the day, Birethaati. We have dinner and rest for the night.
We head towards arguably the most popular village in the whole Annapurna region in Ghandruk this day. We start early after breakfast and then head towards the beautiful Gurung village amongst lush green forests and many visitor of this extraordinary place. We start seeing the gorgeous peaks of the Annapurnas slowly as we go steep uphill. We reach Ghandruk before dark and rest for the day. Communicating with the locals can give us a lot of insight on the unique Gurung culture and the locals are always happy to help or talk with you.
We have our breakfast early and start hiking these beautiful mountains. We have a lot of steep trekking today and the higher we go the more of the majestic peaks we start seeing, peeking us from behind hills and playing hide and seek with the clouds. We go through the Kimrong danda and reach Chhomrong before nightfall after an eventful day. We cover around 9.8 kilometers this day. We dine and rest in a teahouse for the night.
We cross the Chhomrong Khola suspension bridge early in the morning to go past other popular villages of Sinuwa, Bamboo and Dobhan. We lunch at one of these settlements and head straight uphill towards our destination. We will also pass through a beautiful waterfall by the Modi Khola. After some more uphill walks among sounds of different kinds of birds, we reach Himalaya hotel before dusk. We sleep at a teahouse nearby.
We start this beautiful day with a morning hike to the Hinku cave, a good place for campers to rest. We start noticing the geographical changes as tress grow shorter and shorter as we get higher. As the altitude increases, we might start feeling a little fatigued and breathless quicker, which is completely normal. As we pass from Deurali through several streams before we reach the Machhapuchre base camp. Machhapuchre Himal(6993m) is considered sacred in the local cultures and is not allowed to climb. We enjoy stunning views of the Himalayas as we rest for the day here.
We trek in the mountainside to reach Annapurna Base Camp when we lunch and enjoy the view of the magnificent 8000m peak. We explore the area and head back the way we came from to Machhapuchre Base Camp , gather our belongings and head to Bamboo where we stay for the night.
We start early as we head towards Jhinu where we can wash all the tiredness of the journey away in the naturally occurring hot spring. We rest for the day and aexplore nearby areas.
We start our last day of the journey early as always 😉 . We reach Nayapul for lunch and then head straight the same way we came from through Pokhara. We reach Kathmandu during the evening and we call it a day. We end our trek here taking loads of wonderful memories back home.