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Annapurna Base Camp trek Walking tours 2019/2020

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  • Have you ever wondered why the treks to Machhapuchhre and Annapurna base camps are so popular? Think in cliches: beautiful, astounding, uplifting, inspiring.
  • Explore Phewa Tal (Lake) and gaze up at snow-capped peaks while in Pokhara..
  • Witness sunrise over Annapurna from Poon Hill.
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  • Starts Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Ends Kathmandu

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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From ancient kingdoms to majestic mountain vistas, trek through the breathtaking Himalayan landscape of the ... Read More
  • Operator Intrepid Travel Active 8 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking & Walking tours
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 15 to 99 years old
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Annapurna Base Camp trek Reviews

4.8 - Excellent Based on 290 customer reviews
Beautiful experience ! Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Bartlomiej From Poland At
5 - Excellent
“This is review and my personal impressions of 12 days Annapurna Base camp trek booked thru Unique Advanture with fantastic guide Dharma Subedi.
It was my first trek in Himalayas, and it was really visually beautiful and fulfilling experience. Technically trekking starts
near Pokhara ( Naya Pool to be exact - 1.5 hrs drive from Pokhara ) and last for 10 days, and because I was based in Kathmandu 2 more days were added for tourist bus ride between those places. The ride is on its own an interesting experience, and agency made sure seat was on the right side of the bus, allowing me to enjoy beautiful views. it takes 8 hours and road is quite bumpy, but defiantly worth it. I was accompanied by another trekker ( young girl from Hong Kong ) and her porter. Usually groups are much bigger, but beginning of June is off season and I was happy with this particular arrangement. My intentions were purely to disconnect from the busy life ( including internet ) and connect to the surroundings. I have also carried camera and gimbal to document the whole trip. Trek itself is not difficult, or technical, but if you carry your own little bit heavy backpack it can be challenging. You basically climb and descend hundreds of meters of elevation daily ( predominantly stairs ) oscillating between 2500m and 4100m for most of the time. One of the few people I have met on the way asked why pay for the guide when you can walk yourself. It is true, but I do not regret doing so in this particular case. Dharma is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable people you can hire in this area, and was really helpful choosing great places to eat and stay ( which were included in the price ). He answered hundreds of questions and interacted with local people, translating and helping to better understand their culture. He speaks good english, and he likes to throw a joke or two from time to time. Very positive and helpful person. Because I was slower than other trekker ( due to heavy backpack, age and different aim of the journey ) Dharma adopted his speed to mine and let other person and porter go first making both sides happy. Overall the whole trip was one of the most beautiful experiences of my life. Both ways - as a part of the personal journey ( looking into myself ), and time spent on admiring and contemplating external beauty of the Himalayas.”
cielo en la tierra Reviewed Tour: Short Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Anonymous From Portugal At
5 - Excellent
“Fui con mis amigos, buen lugar ... gente increíble ... pero muy caro

en general vale la pena el dinero”
Annapurna Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Mitchell From Australia At
5 - Excellent
“Trek was great had some awesome views and perfect weather at base camp and poon hill.
Our guide Megendra did an awesome job of keeping us safe, warm, dry, and well fed. He is very ambitious, passionate about trekking and knowledgable for hes age.

We did have one problem during the trek with one of the guest houses in Upper Dovan, they had a rodent infestation and you could hear rats running through the walls and we saw one in our room. - not really the fault of the guide or company however but i would reccomend not staying in that guest house if u have the option.”
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