Annapurna Circuit Trek - 22 Days

The classic Annapurna Circuit trek first became accessible to the world of adventure travelers as recently as 1977, when the Nepalese Government derestricted the Manang Valley, which had previously been closed on account of its proximity to the Tibetan border. Providing a combination of spectacular high mountain scenery, picturesque lowland farms and villages, a wealth of cultural interest and a challenging pass crossing, the Annapurna Circuit trek is justifiably popular. Having carefully reworked the itinerary, we can now offer these world-famous trek within a 3-week period. We start out from Besisahar, ascending the surprisingly wild and unspoiled Marsyangdi Valley to reach the north side of the Annapurna Massif. In terms of its sheer scale, the valley of the Marsyangdi is surpassed only by the valley of the Kali Gandaki which we trek through the second part of this exceptional trip. Throughout our walk, we enjoy regular contact with friendly villagers, as well as ever-changing panoramas of some of the world's greatest peaks, including Manaslu and the Annapurnas. Even from Pokhara, the views are tremendous, with Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I and Manaslu dominating the northern skyline. Travelling from the Hindu-dominated farmland of Nepal's "middle hills" into the high alpine world on the north side of the Annapurnas, which is the domain of Tibetan Buddhism, this trip also, offers exposure to the whole range of trekking environments for which Nepal is famous. Beyond the Tibetan Buddhist village of Manang, the high point of the trip is reached after a stamina-sapping ascent to the Thorung La (5416m.).

We then descend to the deep valley of the Kali Gandaki, where a wealth of new experiences awaits us – the first of which is the bizarre collection of temples at Muktinath at the base of the pass.

Trekking through the Kali Gandaki Valley for 4 quite leisurely days, we then climb to cross the ridge at Ghorepani and make the traditional excursion to Poon Hill for spectacular dawn views of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurnas. Finally, arriving at Nepal's second city of Pokhara, there we have the time to enjoy the splendid Fish Tail Lodge with its magical views of the Annapurnas, reflected in the waters of Phewa Tal.



Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport.

Day 02: Drive to Besisahar(823m).

Day 03: Trek to Bahundanda(1311m).

Day 04: Trek to Taal.

Day 05: Trek to Chame.

Day 06: Chame to Pisang(3185 m).

Day 07: Trek to Manang(3351m).

Day 08: Rest Day.

Day 09: Trek to Yak Kharka.

Day 10: Trek to Thorang Phedi(4500m).

Day 11: Over Thorang-La(5416m) to Muktinath(3802m).

Day 12: Trek to Marpha. Day 13: Trek to Ghasa(2012m).

Day 14: Trek to Tatopani(1189m).

Day 15: Trek Ghorepani(2853m).

Day 16: Visit Pun Hill, trek to Tadapani(2650m).

Day 17: Trek to Ghandrung(1951m).

Day 18: Trek to Dhampus.

Day 19: Trek to Phedi, drive to Pokhara(900m).

Day 20: Flight or Drive to Kathmandu.

Day 21: Free day in Kathmandu.



Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, you will meet a representative from Marron Treks and who will transfer you to your designated hotel for overnight stay.
Day 02: Drive to Besisahar (823m.)
The journey begins by bus from Kathmandu to Dumre. The bus ride takes approximately about 5 hours to reach Dumre. Along the dusty and bumpy road, it takes about 3-4 hours to reach Besisahar, where your first night camp awaits you. This is a small town at the head of the Round Annapurna Circuit; here you can find many shops and a pharmacy where you can buy petty things that you might have forgotten. Accommodation will be at Lodge or Tent.
Day 3: Trek to Bahundanda (1311m.)
Your first day of trekking starts with a gentle downhill and straight walk. The trail climbs up the east bank of the river, past a high majestic waterfall surrounded by the screw pine trees. From here, the trail then passes through some tiny-scattered villages and terraced fields to a small village of Ngadi. The trail crosses the Ngadi Khola on a long suspension bridge, and continues climbing gradually. It makes a steep climb through the scrub forests to Bahundanda (Hill of the Bahuns), an attractive village situated in a saddle on a long ridge. Bahun caste is the highest of the four castes in the Hindu caste system. These people are priests, and were normally experts in the field of religion and education during the olden times. They used to follow a strict vegetarian diet.
Day 4: Trek to Taal
The trail descends steeply down the hill passing through rice fields, in and out of the deep river gorges, and then crosses the Marshyangdi on a long suspension bridge. It finally reaches the village of Syange. From Syange, the trail stays near the river and then climbs on an exposed trail along the cliff side into the forest of rhododendron and pine trees. It passes through little settlements along the way to the Tibetan village of Jagat. From Jagat, the trail climbs through forests of Chyamje. The rough trail continues to climb and reach the hilltop where you will relax to this amazing view of this beautiful village of Taal far below in a flat large valley at the foot of a large waterfall with the Marshyangdi river meandering through it.
Day 5: Trek to Chame
After Taal, the trail crosses the broad valley through fields of barley and potatoes and then crosses a small stream to a little settlement of Orad. The trail continues to climb into the Manang valley passing through pine and fir forests to a small settlement of Bagarchhap. From here, it continues climbing. The route reaches Lata Manang near the waterfall. From Lata Manang, the trail continues in an easy manner staying level, passing through pine forests past the village of Kodo and reaching another village of Chame, which is one of the biggest villages in the Manang valley.
Day 6: Chame to Pisang(3185 m)
We leave magnificent pine forests and the Marsyangdi at full flow bellow us to enjoy views of the Lamjung and Annapurnas II and IV. Pisang, with its fine tapering walled houses, offers amazing sights of Annapurnas massif on south, Mount Tilicho (7134 m) on west, Chulu Est (6584 m) and the summit of the Mount Pisang (6091 m) on north.
Day 7: Trek to Manang(3351m)
manang region of nepal
From Chame, the trail drops to the river side and then crosses the Marshyangdi river on a suspension bridge. After crossing the bridge, the trail continues along the banks of the river passing through pine forests before reaching the village of Bradang. The trail makes a steep climb up the ridge and down again for several hours reaching the Marshyangdi riverside. After crossing the Marshyangdi River on a suspension bridge, the trail continues to climb steeply through pine forests to the Sherpa village of Pisang. From here, the trail lead gradually up the ridge top. From this vantage point, you have fascinating panoramic views of the mountain peaks, such as Annapurna, Pisang peak, and several others. The trail stays over the valley passing through pine forests and finally reaches the village of Humre, where the only airstrip of the Manang Valley is situated. The duration of trekking of today is around 7 hours.
Day 8: Rest Day
It is very important that you take a day rest and get acclimatized with the altitude. Manang is a good place to do that because the next three days will be very challenging and tiring with rapid gain in altitude. You should never be confident with the altitude and always be cautious. You can take an excursion to a little distance away to the place called Brada. It is a small village that you will find interesting visiting.
Day 09: Trek to Yak Kharka
From Manang village, the trail crosses a stream, climbs to a village of Tenki above Manang, and then continues to climb out of the Marshyangdi Valley turning northwest up the valley of Jarsang Khola. The trail follows this valley northward, passing a few pastures, a scrub of juniper tress, as it steadily gains elevation. The trail passes near the small village of Ghunsa, a cluster of flat mud roofs just below the trailhead. Now the trail goes through meadows where horses and yaks graze. After crossing a small river on a wooden bridge, the trail passes an ancient old Mani wall in a pleasant meadow and then reaches another small village of Yak Kharka. The duration of trekking of today is around 5 hours.
Day 10: Trek to Thorang Phedi(4500m)
The trail continues further along after an hour's walk reaching to Ledar. From here, the trail continues to climb along the East bank of Jarsang Khola and then descends and crosses a stream on a wooden bridge. From the bridge, continue walking on the steep slope; watch your steps for loose rocks. The trail is small. In about 1 hour, you reach Thorang Phedi with only one lodge. The camp is set high on the slopes.
Day 11: Over Thorang-La(5416m) to Muktinath(3802m)
From Thorang Phedi, the trial leads gradually gaining in altitude for the day to Muktinath, crossing along the way hundreds of small piles of rocks erected by pilgrims to honour their departed ancestors. You will have to start very early about 3 am because in the late morning there will be lots of wind blowing which makes walking difficult. A steep uphill scramble to the top of the pass takes about 4 hours. Pack lunch is provided in the morning because the trek is long and hot lunch is not possible. More strenuous downhill walking awaits you on your journey to Muktinath, a pilgrimage center. The place is worshipped by Hindus and Buddhist alike; it has a beautiful landscape set beneath the Damodar Hills. You can visit the temple and view the ever-burning flame of the place considered holy by all Hindus and Buddhist.
Day 12: Trek to Marpha
From Muktinath, the trail goes downhill passing the village of Khingar. After about 1 hour, you will find two ways-one going to Jomsom and the other going to Kagbeni. Take the right path to Kagbeni. It is the starting point for trekking to the upper Mustang, which is a restricted area. From Kagbeni, you can see the majestic Kali Gandaki, a deep gorge far into the Mustang country. The village itself has lots of old houses and interesting structures. If you skip this visit to Kagbeni, you can take the left route and walk straight down to Eklebhatti, from where you will walk on mostly flat trails and against the ever-blowing winds of the Kali Gandaki valley. It takes about 5 hours to reach Jomsom, the capital of Mustang District. There is an airfield and daily flights for those who don't want to continue the circuit. A further 1-hour trek down will lead us to Marpha, a large Thakali village, which exhibits the typical Thak Khola architecture of flat roofs and narrow paved alleys and passage ways. Marpha is the apple town of Nepal. The bountiful apple orchards produce some of the best apples in the country. A variety of apple products can be bought here. Apple cider and apple brandy are considered the best products of Marpha. It is a clean and pleasant village. Here you settle in for the night camp.
Day 13: Trek to Ghasa(2012m)
The trail remains on the riverbanks of Kali Gandaki. After an hour's walk, you reach the village of Tukuche. This is one of the Thakali villages that produce sapples in huge quantity. After this village, you cross the Kali Gandaki River over a wooden bridge and keep walking along the riverbanks and passing through pine forests to another village of Kokhethati. Here you will have lunch. From this village, you will continue by the river banks for about 1 hour and then cross again the Kali Gandaki River on a suspension bridge to Kalopani, another beautiful Thakali village. From this village, the trail descends steeply down the hill to Lete Khola. Here you can find a few teahouses. You will cross the same river and continue walking through pine forests before reaching Ghasa. Ghasa is a big Thakali village situated nearby the beautiful waterfall. The trekking of today consists of around 7 hours.
Day 14: Trek to Tatopani(1189m)
Descend gradually from Ghasa towards Dana. Enroute is a spectacular waterfall Rupse Chhahara, which presents a most impressive sight. Here the Kali Gandaki River falls in a series of cataracts, which presents a thrilling sight. After an hours descent, the trail reaches the village of Dana, from where there is gradual descent to Tatopani. Tatopani lies on the sub-tropical zone of the Kali Gandaki valley. You can enjoy a hot bath in the Hot Springs here. Camp at Tatopani.
Day 15: Trek Ghorepani(2853m)gorepani region of nepal
After breakfast, we take the trail crossing the hanging bridge over Kali Gandaki River. You will then leave the riverbank and start walking up again to the village of Shikha. Ascend again for another three hours through rich forests of rhododendron to Ghorepani.

Day 16: Visit Pun Hill, trek to Tadapani(2650m)

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We will visit the popular viewpoint of the region, Poon Hill (2.900 meters). You will wake up early in the morning at about 5 am and get ready to go. It takes about 50 minutes to reach the top, which is a small flat spot. You will see the sun gradually rise on the mountains, and the views are breathtaking. The mountain peaks you will see are Annapurna I, Annapurna South, Tukche, Nilgiri, Hiunchuli, Dhaulagiri I, and glaciers. You will begin walking from here, even though not difficult, it is a long trail from Ghorepani to Tadapani. The trial continues through Ghorepani pass, known as Deurali. It finally emerges on a grassy knoll that offers good mountain views, including a view of Machapuchare. Keep climbing along the ridge in pine and rhododendron forests to a crest at 3,030 meters. Descend to the second pass, also called Deurali. Ghandrung trial descends passing through the village of Banthanti and finally reaches the village of Tadapani. Walking takes approximately about 5 hours to reach this village from Ghorepani.

Day 17: Trek to Ghandrung(1951m)gandrukh region of nepal
Ghandrung is a huge Gurung village considered to be the second largest village in Nepal. The trek from Tadapani to Ghandrung is beautiful that goes through mixed-forest regions. The trails are sometimes very high, and you can see the valley down for about 400 meters. The village is mainly inhabited by Gurung community. Majority of the Gurung males have served or are still serving as British Gorkha soldiers. The village is beautiful and has splendid frontal views of Machapuchare and Hiunchuli.
Day 18: Trek to Dhampus
After breakfast, continue on the trail going up and down through the village of Landrung, Tolka. At Tolka you stop for lunch. The trial continues descending through thick forests and reaches the village of Bichuk and Potana, from where the trial climbs steeply past some scattered houses to the ridge at Dhampus.
Day 19: Trek to Phedi
Drive to Pokhara(900m)and after breakfast, head-down the trail descending steep down to the village of Phedi from where you will take a coach to Pokhara, which is about 30 minutes drive. This is the end of your beautiful trek. Our guide will help you check in to your hotel in Pokhara.
Day 20: Flight or Drive to Kathmandu
The flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu takes about 20 minutes. Try to find a place on the left side of the plane so you can catch some last glimpses of the mighty Annapurnas. Evening on your own. Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu.
Day 21: Free day in Kathmandu 
Evening farewell dinner. Since, you have successfully completed your trekking with Marron Treks, on this day, Marron Treks will host a farewell dinner program. Overnight in hotel.
Day 22: Final departure to your homeland!!!
On this day a representative from Marron treks will accompany you to the airport for your final departure.

While residing in Kathmandu and Pokhara, you will be accommodated in at least 3 Stars to 5 Stars standard category hotels which depend upon the selection of your package. While you are on Tea House Trekking, you will be accommodated at the best available lodges. It is understandable that the lodges aren't as sophisticated as the city hotels, but they do provide basic facilites and have a hygienic environment. Most of the Tea Houses includes a mattress and a quilt or a blanket. Beside these, you will also get a warm sleeping bag from Marron Treks. The facilities of camping tents are provided whilst you book Camping Treks, including mattress, warm inner sheet, comfortable pillow and sleeping bag. 
In most of the teahouses (lodges), they cook a delicious range of vegetarian fare like pasta, tuna bakes, noodles, potatoes, eggs, dhal bhat, bread, soups, fresh vegetables (variety depends on the season) and even some desserts like apple pies, pancakes, and some interesting attempts at custard. Lots of garlic will be included on the menu as garlic assists in acclimatization – it is recommended to eat some the garlic every day. In many larger villages you may find some non-veg  items on the menu. Hot chocolate, tea, and hot lemon drinks, as well as soft drinks, and treats like chocolate and crisps can also be found in some of the larger villages.  We have dinner and breakfast on the same lodge in which the night is spent , while lunch would be somewhere on the way to destination.
Weather in Trekking
It is very difficult to predict the weather in the mountainous region. Most of the nights are generally cooler compared to the days. Winter (January and February) will be bit colder but the days can be quite beautiful and warm if the sun is out. We can see a bit of snow during the month of January, February and December in the mountainous region. It is also important to make sure that you stay warm and dry in just about any conditions. You will need to have wide range of clothes, as the temperature could be as high as 20 deg C to -15 deg C low.
Travel Insurance
It would have been easier for you if you had arranged travel insurance before leaving your homeland. But we can also arrange it here for you. The main thing is to make sure your insurance covers your medical and evacuation costs.
Essential Documents
The followings are mandatory:
  • Valid Passport – must be valid for up to 6 months after you return from your tour, keep a separate photocopy.
  • 3 pieces of passport sized photos for Trekking permit & also 2 for Nepal Visa, It is advised to keep extra copies of photos.
  • Travel insurance, keep a separate photocopy
  • Cash and Traveler's Cheques, keep numbers and proof of purchase separate
  • Flight tickets
  • Emergency contact numbers for T/C’s, banks, insurance, family contacts.
In case of Emergency
All of our guides are trained in basic first aid and can deal with the basic ailments that may occur during treks. In the event of an emergency, Marron Treks will cover initial expenses of any rescue operation. It is a condition of booking that you are adequately insured for such contingencies as these expenses will need to be recovered from your insurance company. In the more frequented regions there are health posts, which have been established by foreign doctors and many are staffed with overseas personnel.
Our leaders and Guides
The guides for all of our Treks, Climbings and Tours are good English speakers who have undertaken all the relevant field trainings and  posses a valid license from the Government of Nepal.
They are well acquainted to administering first aid on the spot. In accordance to your requirement, we can provide other International language speaking guides as well.
Self designing Package
While you trek with Marron, we never force you to follow our fixed packages. In fact we happily take in your suggestions regarding redesigning our package as per your requirement. For instance, if you opt for sightseeing in Kathmandu and Pokhara all by yourself and make your own hotel reservations, we can always eliminate those services from our set package and charge you only for Trekking to and from Kathmandu. However, we highly recommend you to follow our set packages for your hassle free memorable travel experience. As a travel entrepreneur, we also understand the importance of time and money. Owing to your limited time frame, budget constraint or other reasons, if our set trip offer is not suitable for you, please feel free to advice us regarding your desired requirements. We shall endeavour our best to refurnish the package to coincide with your needs. 
Greetings and civilities:
Hello & goodbye - Namaste
Thank you- Dhanyabaad
What is your Name? - Tapaiko naam ke ho?
My Name is Harry. -Mero Naam Harry ho.
Where are you going? -Tapai Kahan Jane?
I am going to… -Maa ………Jane.
How are you?- Tapailai Kasto chha?
I am fine.- Malai sanchai chha.
Are you ok? - Tapailai thik chha?
Yes I am ok.- Malai thik chha.
What is this? - Yo ke ho?
How much does it cost?-  Yeslai kati paisa parcha?
Is it cold today?- Aja jado chha?
Is it raining? -Pani Pardaichha?
Is it snowing?- Heeyu Pardaichha?
I know.- Thahaa chha.
I don’t know.- Thaha chhaina.
I am a student- Ma biddhyarthi hu.
Give me…… please- Kripaya malai….. dinus.
Where is my room?-Mero Kotha Kaha chha?
Who is here? -Yahaa ko hunuhunchha?
I came from………….- Ma………….baata aeko.
Where is shop?- Pasal kahan chha?


Name of Foods:
Tea -Chiyaa
Water- Pani
Hot Water- Tato Pani
Cold water- Chiso Pani
Boiled Water- Umaleko Pani
Meat -Maasu
Chicken ( Meat)- Kukhurako Maasu
Bread- Roti
Egg- Phul/Anda
Food -Khaana
Cooked Vegetable -Tarkari
Vegetable- Saag
Cabbage- Banda Gobi
Cauliflower- Phul Gobi
Chilli -Khursani
Corn- Makai
Lentils -Daal
Mustard- Tori
Potatoes- Aalu
Radish- Mula
Cooked Rice -Bhaat
Spinach- Saag
Soyabeans- Bhatmaas
Hot- Taato
Hot ( Spicy)- Piro
Tasty- Mitho


First Aid Recommendation
Our staff have the first- aid kits for normal treatment. If you have your own kit, that would be great too. It is recommended that you bring the necessary medicaments with you in case you experience health complications in higher altitudes. You are suggested to bring the following with you:
* Bandage for sprains
* Plasters/Band-aids
* Iodine or water filter (optional)
* Moleskin/Second skin - for blisters
* Antiseptic ointment for cuts
* Anti-bacterial throat lozenges (with antiseptic)
* Aspirin/Paracetamol - general painkiller
* Oral rehydration salts
* Broad-spectrum antibiotic (norfloxacin or ciprofloxin)
* Anti-diarrhea medication (antibiotic)
* Diarrhea stopper (Imodium - optional)
* Antibiotic for Guardia or similar microbe or bacteria
* Diamox 250/500mg (for altitude sickness)
* Gel hand cleaner.
Obtaining Nepal Visa
It is easy to obtain the Visa to Nepal from Kathmandu Airport upon your arrival. When you are on flight, the airhostess will provide you a VISA FORM and after you land, you can proceed for visa queue. The revised visa fees are: Nepal entry visa (US$ 25 or equivalent foreign currency for 15 days, US$ 40 or equivalent foreign currency for 30 days & US$ 100 or equivalent foreign currency for 90 days. You will also require 2 passport size photos). It is good to have some spare cash in USD on your hand for visa fee as ATMs in Kathmandu Airport sometimes do not work. The other option would be applying for Nepal visa at the Nepalese Embassy in your country before you fly to Nepal.
Porter and Staff Care
We ensure that all the porters and other staffs accompanying the trekkers to high altitudes have adequate clothings and equipments. They are the backbone of a trekking trip. Hence we provide crampons to the high altitude porters and staff.
High Altitude Sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness ( AMS)
High altitude sickness is known as an Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Generally it occurs when people ascend up the high altitude too quickly [generally above 3000 m]. But, we (Marron Treks) make sure that none of our guests are subjected to such problems during trek as we have early preparations to counter such sickness.
Most trekkers experience shortness of breath and possibly light head, which are fairly common. AMS is very different and if a person suffers from this sickness s/he gets brutal headache and can be unconscious too. Since symptoms show off earlier we have sufficient time to take the necessary precautions.
While you are in trekking and climbing, our well trained guides will time and again brief you regarding what sort of precautions you have to take to avoid such sickness. Therefore, you needn't worry so much about it. We also recommend you to get some advice from your travel doctor or health advisor before you leave for trek.

The following information will also give you some idea about high altitude sickness and the precautionary measures:

There are three stages of altitude sickness and symptoms:-
1. The symptoms of normal AMS: 
Guess what??? It may occur to you as well but do not worry. Following are the symptoms of AMS along with some precautionary steps: No, doubt, every trekker will experience some or all of these, no matter how slowly they ascend up to the high altitude.
Running nose.
Increasing urination while moving to/at higher altitudes (a good sign).
Occasional loss of appetite.
Periodic breathing.
Vivid and wild dreams especially at around 2500-3800 meters in high altitude.
2. The symptoms of Mild AMS:
Many trekkers in the high altitude get mild AMS. The following are the symptoms of such sickness.
Mild headache
Dry Raspy cough.
Loss of appetite.
Running nose.
Hard to breath.
Loss of appetite.
Precautions for mild symptoms
If you are having mild symptoms, stop and relax (with your head out of sun) and drink some fluids frequently. Stop and have a rest more and take 125-250mg Diamox, it generally takes one to four hours to cool down. Take 125-250mg Diamox in the evening and drink plenty of fluids. If you feel a bit better, don't leave taking precautions at the point, take another 250mg Diamox 6-8 hours later. If the symptoms continue to get worse, try to descend down, acclimatize and again ascend up.
3. The symptoms of serious AMS:
Persistent and severe headache.
Persistent vomiting.
An inability to walk in a straight line and making the sufferer look drunk.
Losing consciousness.
Mental confusion.
Liquid sounds in the lungs.
Difficulty breathing.
Rapid breathing or feeling breathless at rest
Coughing clear fluid, pink phlegm or blood (a very bad sign).
Marked blueness of face and lips.
High resting heartbeat (over 130 beats per minute)
Mild symptoms rapidly getting worse.
High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE), dangerous cases of AMS
If the above mentioned symptoms get worse and s/he could not take any precautions, one can die within the period of 12 hours, but if one takes precautions immediately, it takes one or two days to get well.
Therefore, if one gets such symptoms, it is better one take treatment with medication, oxygen and descent down. Usually 4 to 8mg of dexamethasone is given as a first dose to those who suffer from such sickness and then 4mg Diamox is given an every six hours gap. Similarly, 2-4 litres/minute oxygen is given and one is taken to down if it is necessary.
High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE)
This is a serious case, if one gets the above mentioned symptoms worse, furthermore, if one accumulates of fluid in the lungs and mild fever, and then, there is chance of High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE). One of the treatment is to give the oxygen at the rate of 4 liters a minute, using Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC). If there is no PAC bag or oxygen then one is taken down to the low altitude, it is only the way of life saving. The HAPE can also lead to unconsciousness and death in short period of time.
Prevention of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS):
Make sufficient time for acclimatization (After 3000 meters).
Don't ascent up rapidly.
Don't' use alcohol, sleeping pills and cigarettes.
Drink more fluid 3-4 liters a day, clean boiled water / tea / coffee / soup / juice etc.
Climb high and sleep low.
Don't go trekking alone, take guide/porter.
Follow the advice from your guide, hotel, local people, guide book.
Descent if mild symptoms rapidly getting worse.
Never leave or descent sick person along.
Avoid getting cold.
Take an easy and comfortable trekking route even if its longer.
Sleep more than normal.

Cost Includes
  • Airport pick-up and drop service
  • Applicable Airfare as per the itinerary
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara on BB basis as per itinerary
  • All transportation costs according to itinerary
  • Farewell dinner with Live Nepalese Cultural Program
  • All trekking accommodation costs according to itinerary
  • Crew for camp treks: Guide and necessary porters
  • Personal insurance for crew members
  • One assistant guide for groups of more than 4 pax
  • All applicable tourist fees and permits for the trekking, conservation fees, TIMS fees and any other required permits or official documentation.
Cost Excludes
  • Entry fees and other expenses for sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal
  • Lunch & dinner expenses arising before or after the trekking period
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  • International airfare
  • Tipping (Tips)
  • Bar bills & beverage
  • Other personal expenses
  • Any other expenses not mentioned in the 'Cost Includes' section above

Departure Date

Marron Treks has developed fixed departure dates for all the trekking areas. We operate group treks as well as individual treks as per your convenience. Choose your best available date from below and book your trip now with Marron treks. Please contact to customize trip on your suitable dates. Marron Treks is happy to create a trip that suits your time and schedule.Marron Treks has developed fixed departure dates for all the trekking areas. We operate group treks as well as individual treks as per your convenience. Choose your best available date from below and book your trip now with Marron treks. Please contact to customize trip on your suitable dates. Marron Treks is happy to create a trip that suits your time and schedule.

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