Nepal. Annapurna Circuit Trek

Fall 2024
Group 1: 22.09.2024 - 05.10.2024 (Spots - 16, Free - 0)
Group 2: 22.09.2024 - 05.10.2024 (Spots - 16, Free - 0)
Group 3: 22.09.2024 - 05.10.2024 (Spots - 16, Free - 4)

Spring 2025
16.03.2025 - 29.03.2025 (Spots - 16, Free - 9)
Nepal. Annapurna Circuit Trek
Fall 2024
Group 1: 22.09.2024 - 05.10.2024 (Spots - 16, Free - 0)
Group 2: 22.09.2024 - 05.10.2024 (Spots - 16, Free - 0)
Group 2: 22.09.2024 - 05.10.2024 (Spots - 16, Free - 4)

Spring 2025
Group 2: 16.03.2025 - 29.03.2025 (Spots - 16, Free - 9)

We invite you to join us on a hike along the Annapurna Circuit - one of the most famous, intense and exciting routes in Nepal, which does not require special preparation. This track is one of the three most beautiful in the world according to the Lonely Planet guide. The views you'll admire on this hike are unlikely to compare in beauty to anything else on the planet. You will definitely remember these 2 weeks for the rest of your life.
So, in numbers
14 days
Surrounded by 8,000-meter mountains and breathtaking views
5416 metres
The height of the culmination point of our route - the Thorong La pass, which we will overcome
Favorable price - you are unlikely to find such an offer with this package of services anywhere else
Among other things, this is also the most diverse track. Jungles will be replaced by forests, lush vegetation will be replaced by a lifeless desert, climatic zones will flash like in a kaleidoscope. In just a few days of trekking we will have time to visit the tropics, subtropics, and majestic alpine zone.
in details
Tour program
Day 1. Kathmandu
Arrival in Kathmandu, introduction, check-in at the hotel. You will have the opportunity to rest after the journey, then we will purchase the missing equipment, check the backpacks and conduct a general organizational gathering.
Day 2. Kathmandu - Besisahar - Syangja
Early departure to Besisahar, the starting point of the Annapurna Circuit route. Many people start their journey from there, but in this case, the route can last up to three weeks or more, and in the interval from Besisahar to Pisang there is a fairly large number of vehicles, interrupting the serene mountain idyll. For these reasons, in Besisakhar we change to a high-performance vehicle and make another move - to the village of Syangja, from where the most dizzying and unforgettable panoramas of the Annapurna Nature Reserve begin.
Day 3. Syangja- Darapani
The track begins! We walk along the rapid flow of the Marsyandi River, crossing first to the right and then to the left side (suspension bridges are thrown across the river). Widespread rice terraces and incomparably beautiful rocky landscapes await us. We will spend this day entirely in the tropical zone of the reserve: the path will pass through dense green thickets, countless waterfalls, gorges and canyons. Already on this day you will not believe your eyes!
Day 4. Darapani - Chame
Today you will feel how dramatically the climate zones in the Himalayas are changing. In the morning, starting our journey in the tropical jungle among palm trees, by noon we will find ourselves surrounded by evergreen forests, among larches and fir trees. The first huge mountains of snowy peaks will begin to appear in the distance: we will see Lamjung Himal, Annapurna 2 and Manaslu. In the afternoon we arrive in the village of Chame, which is famous for its hot springs. The water in the two pools built here reaches 40 degrees, and this is a great way to relax after two days of intense trekking.
Day 5. Chame - Upper Pisang
After an acclimatization overnight in the mountains, we hit the road. On this day we will have to walk along a narrow path through a dense coniferous forest, along fir, pine, and Himalayan cedar trees. After a while, we will come to an apple farm, which the locals built in the style of an old cowboy ranch. Here you can taste freshly baked apple pie and drink juice. After a short rest, we continue our journey along the picturesque stretch of the Marsyandi River. After some time, perhaps the most unusually shaped rock on the entire route will appear before us, rising from the river flow to a height of 1500 meters. It is called "Gateway to Heaven". We follow a path surrounded by Himalayan peaks all the way to the settlement of Pisang. At the very top of this village, there is an old restored Buddhist monastery, where we will definitely go at sunset.
Day 6. Pisang - Nawal
Pisang is divided by the Marsyandi River into two parts - Lower Pisang (on the right bank) and Upper Pisang (on a hill on the left bank). We will spend the night in the more picturesque Upper Pisang. Having enjoyed the incomparable view of Annapurna 2 (in the future only such will appear before us) during breakfast, we hit the road. Then you will only have time to look around and take photographs - with every kilometer the panoramas will become more and more mesmerizing.
We make a short trek to the very picturesque village of Naval. There we will have a sightseeing walk, during which we will visit the most ancient Buddhist monastery in the area. Next, we go to the final point for today. This is Manang - the largest settlement on the entire route. This village can delight you with delicious food, pastry shops, and good coffee.
Day 7. Nawal - Manang
The most beautiful days of the trek begin. Today we will head to Manang, the largest settlement on the entire route. This village can delight you with delicious food, pastry shops, and good coffee. We are starting our acclimatization days in Manang and you will have some interesting ways to spend them. Those who wish can go with a guide on an acclimatization hike to the cave of the ancient sage and yogi Milarepa (4200 m). On this route, you can get close to the glacier of one of the Annapurnas. Another option is radial access to the famous Ice Lake, located at an altitude of 4500 meters with stunning views of the surrounding area. There will also be an opportunity to join us on a shorter hike to the stupa towering high above the settlement of Manang. There lives a very old ascetic nun who will bless us on a safe journey. From her home, where we will be treated to herbal tea according to the old Nepalese tradition, there are beautiful views of the Annapurna massif. The evening will be no less memorable: we will go to watch a film in a cinema set up by locals right in the cave.
Day 8. Ice Lake
Early in the morning, we set out on the trail to Ice Lake, climbing long and hard up about 800 meters. Ice Lake is an often ice-crusted lake that is located in a stunningly beautiful amphitheater of mountain peaks. This is one of the best panoramas that will open to us along the entire route.
Day 9. Manang - Yak Kharka
The road from Manang to Yak Kharka will be remembered by you for its breathtaking views of most of the seven-thousanders, as well as the amazingly beautiful plateau with a 360-degree panoramic view. This is one of our favorite episodes of the entire route. We get to Yak Kharka, next to which there is a high probability of meeting and photographing grazing yaks. If you wish, in this village you can also try the cheese that is made from their milk.
Day 10. Yak Kharka - Torong Fedi
The landscape is becoming more and more merciless - there is no more greenery, and a rocky desert in gray tones appears all around, captivating with its calm lifelessness. We gain 400 m in altitude and spend the night in the tiny village of Torong Fedi (4450 m). Actually, there is no village there - only two lodges specifically for trackers. But our lodge can delight you with fresh pastries - where else can you drink coffee and a croissant at such a height! We warm ourselves by the stove in the restaurant and prepare for our main day.
Day 11. Thorong Fedi - Thorong La - Muktinath
The culmination of our trip is the Thorong La pass - this is the longest day of the trek. We get up before dawn - we have to climb 700 meters up and go down 1,700 meters. On this last day of our trekking on foot, we will spend quite a lot of time on the road and overcome the maximum altitude on the route. Anyone tired over the past days of trekking will be able to ride a horse to the pass to save energy. An overnight stay in Muktinath will delight you with the return of various establishments and a good selection of Nepalese cuisine.
Day 12. Muktinath - Pokhara
In the morning, with the first pilgrims, we will go to one of the most revered Hindu temple complexes in Nepal - it bears the same name as the village - Muktinath. You will have the opportunity to feel the powerful energy of this sacred place. After sightseeing, we take the bus and go to Pokhara - a place where all the benefits of civilization await us and the opportunity to properly relax after wandering. Most of the trip also takes place in the Annapurna Nature Reserve, so the views from the window will be amazing: starting from the majestic snowy peaks and endless deserts of the Mustang region, we will descend first into the verdant subtropics and then into the dense tropical jungle. Including, along the way we will see the incredible Kali Gandaki - the highest canyon in the world.
Day 13. Pokhara
We spend the whole day relaxing in Pokhara near Lake Phewa, where you can ride boats on the water, walk along the beautiful embankment, or, if desired, just sit on the shore and meditate, restoring the energy more than spent during the trek. For those who can't sit still, there are other interesting activities. Including, we can arrange for you a paragliding flight over the lake and the green hills of Pokhara (optional). Believe me, you will remember this adventure for a long time! In the evening we gather for a festive dinner.
Day 14. Pokhara - Kathmandu
Transfer to Kathmandu.
We will arrive in Kathmandu at 16:00, then you will either fly home or, if you wish, you can stay another one or two days in the city.
None of the photographs can convey even a tenth of what you see in Nepal during the trek. Giant colossuses with a height of 7000 and 8000 meters, sprinkled with crystal clear, heavenly snow, with clouds swirling between them and eagles soaring in the gusty winds with a wingspan of more than one and a half meters - it’s simply impossible to take your eyes off of all this. And if you love mountains, you simply have to see it live.
This track will suit you if
  • 1
    You are looking for a real adventure
    The trek is always the maximum escape from everyday life. You will forget about work, and the daily routine, and experience real, vivid emotions - all this is there, in the Himalayas.
  • 2
    You want to do something to be proud of
    Walk this path in a close-knit team of like-minded people, overcoming great heights. At the end, you will receive a document stating that you have visited the highest pass in the world, where all sections of the path you have passed will be marked.
  • 3
    You lack inspiration
    These are the views that change lives. Perhaps you feel that you are mentally stuck in place, you want to move forward and get a second wind. Or maybe you just want to have an interesting time and fill yourself with new impressions. Trek is the perfect option to do this. You will find yourself on the other side of the world, see the highest mountains in the world, come into contact with another culture - do what others have only read about in books.
4 reasons to go trekking with us
1. Experience

We have trekked in Nepal many times and know these places well. We have extensive experience in mountain hiking and we know all the nuances and pitfalls that a person unprepared for a hike may encounter. Out of Town agency specialists will give you detailed travel recommendations and explain all the most important points associated with being in the mountains at high altitude.

2. Professional guides.

The trusted guides we work with have led over 100 treks in various Himalayan regions.

3. Best price

Our price for the Annapurna Trek is the best on the market, 20% lower than competitors' prices, while we provide the same package of services. We achieve such favorable conditions through long-term cooperation with our partners in Nepal.

4. Author's route

Our treks in Nepal are different from the standard ones, we always try to offer you the best that there is on a particular route and discard boring or less interesting places.
Valid until April 1st
2024. Next - $1300
  • Included in the price:
    • Accommodation along the entire route
    • Paid transport for the entire route
    • Registration of permits to enter the protected area
    • Registration of an individual trekker card
    • Tickets for all paid attractions included in our program
    • Guide services
    • Consultations on purchasing the necessary clothing
    • Instructions
    • Escort and any necessary assistance along the entire route
  • Not included in the price:
    • Flights Your city - Kathmandu - Your city (from $500)
    • Meals ($20 per day)
    • Insurance for a high-mountain trekking
    • Porters (optional)
    • Visa
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Necessary equipment
You must have the following things with you to feel comfortable on your hike. You can purchase most items locally in Nepal; prices for such products are quite low there. If necessary, our specialists will advise you on all points of interest.
  • Jacket
    storm water- and windproof
  • Thick sweater
    made of fleece (or a warm thick wool sweater)
  • Sleeveless T-shirt
    breathable synthetic or cotton, 2-3 pcs.
  • Thin pullover
    from fleece (or a thin wool sweater)
  • Gloves
    fleece or special sports ones, for trekking poles, if they start to rub
  • Walking pants
    breathable synthetics, cotton or other breathable fabric
  • Down jacket
    sports type, not too thick, but which will reliably provide you with warmth
  • Bandana
    closing the throat tightly
  • A hat
    Sports warm fleece
  • Backpack
    volume 70 liters - without porter, 25-30 liters - if you take porter
  • Trekking poles
    with length adjustment
  • Thermos
    volume 0.5 or liter
  • Thermo underwear
    bottom under trekking pants and top under a jacket
  • Wide pants
    moisture- and windproof, possible without insulation
  • Underwear
    3-5 sets
  • Wool socks
    to feel comfortable during overnight stays
  • Trekking boots
    important: already well worn
  • Sleeping bag
    temperature with comfort zone -5
  • Sneakers
    to replace indoor trekking boots
  • Chocolate bars
    very useful for long walks
  • Raincoat
    wide enough for you to fit in with your backpack
  • Headlamp
    necessarily with new batteries
  • Sunglasses
    special sports or ordinary, but with good protection
  • Suncream
    30-50 SPF
  • Toiletries
    toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, small shampoo, toilet paper, deodorant
  • Backpack cover
  • Medicine
    take everything you need in reserve; getting medicine during the trek can be very problematic
The cost of equipment, despite the fairly large list, is not that high. The most important things on the list to consider are good trekking boots and a sleeping bag. You can purchase everything else either locally in Nepal or at Decathlon for around $250.
A little more about the Annapurna Trek
The Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the most popular treks in the world and definitely the number one trek in Nepal. Every year, hundreds of travel enthusiasts set out on this amazing route for incredible views, for inspiration, to challenge themselves, or simply to enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Himalayas.
Regardless of the reason why people set out on the majestic Annapurna Ring, at the end of the journey all travelers agree on one thing - they will never forget this time spent in the heart of the mountains.
The high season for completing the Annapurna Trek is considered to be four months a year, two in the spring (March and April) and two in the fall (October and November). Of course, there are also desperate travelers who decide to trek around Annapurna at other times, but as a rule, such an undertaking can spoil your impressions, since with a high degree of probability you will be accompanied by such unpleasant things as heavy rain and low visibility during the trek. summer months, and bone-chilling cold in winter.
The months of the high season, on the contrary, are optimal both in terms of weather conditions and the number of mountains in your field of view. By the way, the high season in the Annapurna region and in other places in Nepal (for example, in Everest Base Camp or in the Manaslu region) differs; if you are going to another mountainous region of Nepal, the weather conditions there need to be studied individually, based on observations in the area of interest to you.
One way or another, the weather in the mountains is not always predictable, and we do not recommend completely trusting the forecast. Despite the rainy season, the weather may be sunny and pleasant, and, conversely, a few rainy days can easily happen during the high season. That is why you should pay special attention to the selection of equipment that you will take with you on the trek in Nepal and take into account any possible conditions in order to feel confident in the Annapurna Nature Reserve throughout the entire journey. For example, your trekking boots should be waterproof. If you're going trekking for the first time and buying a new pair of boots, be sure to break them in thoroughly before the trek. Be sure to have a raincoat, high-protection sun cream, and high-quality sunglasses with you. A complete list of everything you will need while hiking in the mountains along this route is given on our website. You can get more complete information from our specialists, who will help you choose the right equipment for the mountains and answer all questions about the quality and functionality of the things you need. Much of what is on our list is best purchased right before the trek, upon arrival in Nepal. The exception is trekking boots and a sleeping bag, which we recommend purchasing in advance. You need to pay special attention to the quality of these two items of equipment.
If you are reading this text, then you are probably thinking about going to the famous Himalayan mountains. The key to ensuring that such a trip leaves you with only the most pleasant impressions is proper preparation and good planning. Out of Town agency specialists will give you detailed travel recommendations and explain all the most important points associated with being in the mountains at high altitudes. We have extensive experience in mountain hiking and we know all the nuances and problems that a person unprepared for a hike may encounter.