Annapurna I expedition

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Easy Trek



Max altitude

Flight and private vehicle


Hotel/Mountain lodge


Mid Feb to May, Mid Sept to Mid Dec

Best season

All meals during trek


Trip Overview

Annapurna I expedition is the heaven for the mountaineering in Nepal. The mountain is the tenth tallest mountain of the world with a height of 8091 m from sea level. The mountain is one of the peaks in the Annapurna series. Other mountains in the series are hard to climb but this too is not an easy ride. The mountain is the focal point of the famous Annapurna Region trekking in Nepal and has been the deity of many trekkers. 

The mountain was first scaled by the team of the French Expedition during 1950. There are altogether five summits in the Annapurna Series which lie as the large massif in the north of Pokhara. The major peak among these mountains is in the West of the Annapurna Sanctuary. The first group to scale the mountain was led by the Maurice Her Zong accidentally identified this mountain while descending from the Dhaulagiri Mountain. The inaccurate showing on the maps took so much of the time to reach the foothill of the mountain. The team then ascended the mountain from the Miristi Khola side which is the northern face of Mount Annapurna I. After the successful ascendancy by the team of Maurice the further attempts were not made until 1970.

During this time the team of British Army followed the route used by Maurice. Cris Boning led the team of British expedition successfully for the Annapurna I expedition. The total ascents to this peak to date are just about 109. Therefore this is regarded as the less climbed mountain of Nepal. This mountain has the records of a few successful climbing than other 8000 m height or above mountains of the world. Book the enthralling Annapurna I Expedition package with the team of Adventure Victory Team Treks & Expedition. The excellent facilities and expert team of Sherpa will make your expedition voyage a successful one. 


Day: 1 Arrive at Kathmandu International Airport

When you arrived at Kathmandu International Airport, one of our representatives will receive you and drive you to the hotel. After you get refreshed, you will be clarified about the details of the upcoming trip and trekking permit. Have dinner in a fine Nepali restaurant organized by Adventure Victory Team with your trek team. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day: 2 Sightseeing in Kathmandu

After breakfast, we will be ready for the sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley. You will visit several historical and cultural sited, including Hindu shrine Pashupatinath, monkey temple Swayambhu, the largest Buddhist Stupa Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square along with Bhaktapur and Patan city. Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day : 3 Drive to Besisahar (760 m)

Today we drive to Besishar from Kathmandu, which will take around 7 hours. First, we drive to Dumre through Kathmandu-Pokhara Highway. From Dumre, we again continue our journey on a fine and smooth trail along the Marshyangdi River to Besisahar, the district headquarter of Lamjung district. You can get a nice view of peaks from Besisahar, and this will be the destination for us to stay for a night. 

Day: 4 Trek to Khudi

Having breakfast early in the morning, we head toward Khudi from Besisahar. Situated in Gandaki reason, in the western part of Nepal, Khudi is near to Annapurna. From the staring to the ending of our trail, we will see amazing vegetation, waterways, rural communities, and farmhouses. You will get the initial glance of the amazing Manaslu mountain range from Khudi. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 5 Trek to Syange

We start the 5th day of our trek heading toward Syange from Khudi. We will pass several suspension bridges and sub-tropical along the trek. Syange has a large settlement with natural beauty all around. Along with that, you will get a fabulous view of the Manaslu range and Nadi Chuli. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 6 Trek to Tal

On the 6th day your trek, you will head to Tal early in the morning. As you reach Tal, you will notice the changes in the vegetation and feel something is shifting. The people in Tal follow Tibetan Buddhism. Likewise, the buildings are made with granite and have flat roofs. You will ding this village similar to the villages shown in western movies. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 7 Trek to Bagarchhap

The trail goes up from Tal and reaches Bagarchhap, which is situated at an altitude of 2160 meters. You will see the most of the houses in Bagarchhap are flat-roofed stone houses. We will spend our night at a guesthouse in Bagarchhap.

Day: 8 Trek to Chame

From Bagarchhap, we continue our trek where the trailheads to Tamang, and then climb up through the forest of pine and reach to Kotho (2640 meters). Next, you will go uphill to Chame (2710 m), headquarter of Manang district. Upon entering in Chame, enjoy the stunning view of Annapurna II. Facilities like hotels, banks, and health posts are available in the village. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 9 Trek to Pisang (3155 m)

On this day, we will hike for about 5 hours to reach Pisang from Chame. The trail goes through the pine forest and further ascends to the rocky area at the bank. Along the way, you will get a fabulous view of Annapurna II and Pisang peak on the North-East. Further continuing the trail, you will reach an extended Mani wall and then to the village of Pisang. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 10 Trek to Hongde (3370 m)

On the 10th day of your itinerary, you will leave Pisang to head towards Hongde. Hongde is a densely populated village which is situated in Gandaki Zone of Western Region. Hongde is at a height of 33070 meters for the sea level. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 11 Trek to Yak Kharka (4020 m)

On the 11th day, you will leave Hongde and hike toward Yak Kharka, which is at the elevation of 4020m. The experience you get on this day is quite different as you trek on the pasture land with stony barren. You will see a lot of blue sheep running and gazing on the landscapes. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 12 Trek to Base Camp

On the 12th day, after having breakfast, you will be heading towards the base camp from Yak Kharka, where the tail begins to ascend. During the trek, you will learn some easy ways to climb the mountains. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day: 13 -33 Climbing period

The period of the 13th of 33rd will be the most important phase of your life where you will face many challenges and processes to tackle them. You will learn many climbing techniques throughout the expedition. Always follow the instruction given by your guide and be careful in each and every step while climbing. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day: 34 Clean Up Base Camp and back to Yak Kharka

We call this day a cleanup base camp where we finish our climb up and successfully return the base camp. We head towards Yak kharka from where we have come to base camp. You will get a great relief when you arrive in Yak Kharka. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 35 Trek to Manang

From Yak Kharka, we continue our trek towards Manang from where we can see Pisang, Annapurna I, and other peaks. On the way, you can visit the Barge monastery, the largest monastery in the Manang region. We explore the village giving time to acclimate. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 36 Trek to Churi Latter

You will leave Manang and cross over the river before ascending to the village of Tenki. Then, the trail goes along the Marsyangdi Valley. After crossing another valley known as Jarsang Khola, you climb through pastures lands along with Juniper trees. You pass by the village of Ghunsa and finally reach Churi Latter, where we stay for the night. 

Day: 37 Trek to Throng Phedi

Our trek continues along the trail to the base of the Thorong La Pass at Thorong Phedi. If you want, you can stay the night at High Camp, but if not you can give sufficient time to get used to it. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day: 38 Trek to Muktinath

This particular phrase of the trek is very famous and regarded as the high spot of the trek. The trail passes through the Thorong La Pass, the highest point on the trek at an altitude of 5416 meters. As this is the tough trek, we have to wake up early in the morning. The views of the Himalayan craft will engrave in your mind and totally value it. You will find both Hindu and Buddhist shrines and monasteries in Muktinath. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 39 Trek to Jomsom

We have nearly come to the end of our trek. After breakfast, we leave Muktinath and head to Jomsom, which takes around 5 hours. The tail goes seldom ascending and, most of the time, descending. Situated on the bank of Kali Gandaki River, Jomsom is a popular destination for trekking. You can have a beautiful view of Nilgiri Peak. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Day: 40 Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara

We wake up early in the morning and take a flight to Pokhara from Jomsom. You will enjoy the views of mountains and landscapes from the plane. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day: 41 Back to Kathmandu

After having breakfast in the hotel in Pokhara, we get ready to take a drive back to Kathmandu. When you reach Kathmandu, you will check into the hotel where you can take rest and get refreshed. For the successful completion of our expedition, we will have dinner together with the team members in the evening.

Day: 42 Departure

Today is formally the last day of yours in Nepal. On this day, you will be transferred into Kathmandu International Airport to return your own country or towards your desired destinations. Hope to see you again!

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  • Private vehicle with AC
  • Driver
  • Tour Guide

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