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Annapurna Base Camp Short trek

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Key Information

TRIP DURATION

8 Days

DESTINATION

Nepal

TRIP DIFFICULTY

Easy

TREK STYLE

Trekking

ACCOMODATION

Hotel / lodge

TRANSPOTATIONS

Car / Flight

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Trip Description

Explore the exquisite beauty of western Himalayas: 

Annapurna Base Camp is not only a trek, it’s a tradition. Located in the vicinity of the Annapurna Conservation area, this trek takes us to the west of Kathmandu. Trekking in the foothill of the Annapurna Massif, trekkers can enjoy the view of the mystic peaks of the western Himalayas including the great Annapurna Range, Mt. Macchapuchhre (6,993m), Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m) and many others. 

The view of the rivers flowing down these numinous peaks and the deep Rhododendron, oak and bamboo forests are something to look for. As we trek through the diverse landscape we will pass through several villages and get a chance to observe their culture and lifestyle. 

The forest provides us shade and the pleasant walk through the open grassland and meadow while gazing upon the huge eloquent mountain peaks feel the heart with ecstasy like no other. By the time we reach the Annapurna Base camp (4,130m) we will be endowed with the blessing of nature and culture like never before. 

The trek to the popular Annapurna Base Camp is a rigorous one. Although the difficulty level is not that high, we will still need some level of physical fitness to go along. The tiring staircase, as well as the rocky trails, will push us to the limit. 

As we will trekking as high as 4,000m we will need to get accustomed to the high altitude. As such, acclimatization play a huge role. But, all is not bad. As we enjoy the western Himalayas and trek through the beautiful land, much of that strains alleviate by the beauty of nature.

Attractions of Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

  • Spectacular Mountain Views: The trek provides stunning panoramic views of Annapurna and Machapuchare (Fishtail) mountains.
  • Charming Villages: You'll pass through picturesque Gurung and Magar villages, immersing yourself in local culture.
  • Rhododendron Forests: In spring, vibrant rhododendron blooms paint the trail with a burst of color.
  • Hot Springs: Jhinu Danda offers natural hot springs where trekkers can relax and rejuvenate.
  • Varied Landscapes: The trail traverses diverse landscapes, from terraced fields to alpine meadows.
  • Rich Biodiversity: The Annapurna Conservation Area hosts diverse flora and fauna.
  • Cultural Encounters: Engage with local communities and their unique traditions.
  • Annapurna Sanctuary: Reaching the base camp feels like entering a hidden mountain sanctuary.

Best time to trek Annapurna Base Camp

The best time to trek to the Short Annapurna Base Camp is during the same seasons as the regular Annapurna Base Camp trek, which typically include the following time frames:

Spring (March to May): Spring is one of the most popular times to trek to the Short Annapurna Base Camp. During this season, the weather is usually stable, and the rhododendron forests along the trail come alive with vibrant blooms. The temperature is moderate, and the skies are generally clear, offering excellent mountain views.

Autumn (October to November): Autumn is another excellent time for this trek. The weather is pleasant, and the skies are clear, providing stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. This season is also the peak trekking season, so the trail may be more crowded.

Both of these seasons offer the best weather conditions and visibility, making your trek to the Short Annapurna Base Camp a memorable experience. Please note that the Short Annapurna Base Camp trek typically takes around 6-8 days, making it a great option for those with limited time.

Accommodations during the Annapurna Base Camp Trek

During the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) trek, accommodations are primarily in the form of teahouses and lodges. These are basic but comfortable options:

  • Teahouses and Lodges: These are simple, family-run guesthouses providing beds with blankets or sleeping bags.

  • Shared Facilities: Expect shared bathrooms with squat or western-style toilets. Hot showers may be available for a fee.

  • Communal Dining Areas: Meals are served in communal dining areas with a diverse menu.

  • Warmth: In colder months, teahouses offer a common area with stoves or fireplaces.

  • Electricity and Charging: While electricity can be unreliable, many teahouses offer charging services for devices.

  • Booking in Advance: During peak season, booking accommodations in advance is advisable.

  • Friendly Hosts: The hosts are known for their hospitality and often provide local insights.

  • Hygiene: Lodges and teahouses are generally clean, but it's a good idea to carry personal hygiene items.

  • Sustainability: Many accommodations promote eco-friendly practices, encouraging responsible tourism.

These accommodations offer a welcoming respite for trekkers, contributing to the unique charm of the ABC trek.

Necessary Route Permits and Fees for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP):

  • Purpose: Entry into the Annapurna Conservation Area.
  • Fee (approximate): Around USD 30.

Note: Prices may vary, and it's essential to check with the authorities or your trekking agency for the most up-to-date information.

Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) Card:

  • Purpose: Provides trekker information for safety and logistics.
  • Fee (approximate): About USD 20 for individual trekkers, and around USD 10 per person for those trekking as part of a group.

Note: Prices may vary, so it's advisable to verify the current costs with the authorities or your trekking agency.

Itinerary Expand All Close All

Food
Breakfast/lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400

It’s a long drive to Pokhara via the Prithvi highway. The view of the countryside, terraced farmland, and Trishuli river will keep us company way though. Passing through various cities we will reach Pokhara where we will set our luggage. Boating, cycling and enjoy the exquisite city of Lakes. No meals included.

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ and Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House (Basic)
Elevation
1900

We drive all the way to Gurung village of Ghandruk. This city is blessed with the view of the Annapurna range as well as Mt. Macchapuchhre (6,993) and the availability of the cherry blossoms in the area makes it even more spectacular. Descending down the forest we reach Kimrong river. From there we climb the hill and reach Kimrong village. 3 hours of drive. 4 hours of walk. BLD included.

Food
Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge / Tea House
Elevation
3230

Climbing the hill and through the forest, we will reach an open land. Walking some more and we will reach Chhmrong (2,310m). Then after a long descent through the stone staircase, we cross a long suspension bridge. Again, it’s a long way up to Sinuwa. From there, we trek through the Bamboo forest and hillside and crossing Bamboo we reach Deurali. 6 hours of walk. BLD included.

Food
Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Accomodation
Lodge / Tea House
Elevation
4130

We start off early and walk up and down the rocky trails. From there, we will come across a wide grassy land that continues for miles. The mountains look shiny and highlighted from the distance. Their peak looks glittering with sunlight. It’s a peaceful walk until alongside the river until we reach a long staircase to Macchapuchhre Base camp. It’s a good place to enjoy the great fishtail mountain which looks huge from up close. After resting for a while we slowly walk towards Annapurna Base camp. 8 hours of walk. BLD included

Food
Breakfast / Lunch/ and Dinner
Accomodation
Tea House (Basic)
Elevation
2340

Early morning, the view of the sunrise reflecting upon the Annapurna ranges is a sight to behold. We take our breakfast and walk back the way we came. It’s downhill so the trek becomes easier. Walking past the grassland and forest we cross Deurali and reach Sinuwa by dawn. 7 hours of walk. BLD Included.

Food
Breakfast/lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Lodge
Elevation
1780

From Sinuwa we drop down through the long arduous stairs to cross the suspension bridge. Then we climb another series of awfully long stairs to reach Chhomrong. From there, we use a different path back home. We descend down the steep hill and reach JhinuDanda to reach the famous natural hot spring. Take a dip and we are good to go. We descend some more and stay overnight at an inn. 6 hours of walk. BLD included.

Food
Breakfast/lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
914

Early morning after breakfast, we trek through the farmland. The walk is pleasant as there are no climbs. Through the terraced landscape, we reach Nayapul. From there we drive back to Pokhara through the winding roads alongside the great Modi Khola. Rest the luggage in the hotel and there will be plenty of time to enjoy the clean and tourist city of Pokhara. 2 hours of walk. 3 hours of drive. Breakfast included.

Food
Breakfast/lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400

We will drive back to the capital city through the same winding roads, with the view of the huge hills, white rivers and the terraced farmland from our window. We will stop by the highway for lunch and toilet break. Reaching Kathmandu, you can freshen up and stroll around the city and enjoy the exquisite nightlife at Thamel. You can also buy some souvenirs to take back home.

What Is Included ?

  • Airport transfers pick up and drop by Private car or Van.
  • Two Night 3 Star Hotel  in Kathmandu with Breakfast.
  • Two Night 3 star Hotel  in Pokhara with Breakfast.
  • Entry permits for Annapurna Conservation Area.
  • Private car transfer
  • TIMS permits (Trekker’s  Information Management System).
  • One Professional Trekking Guide, his all necessary insurance, meals and allowances.
  • 3 meals per day and overnight accommodation in Hotel/lodge along the trekking trail.
  • Tourist Bus Ticket from Kathmandu-Pokara-Kathmandu.
  • Himalayan Partner Treks  Company T- Shirt.
  • Full day world Heritage site Tour with specialized  Tour guide.
  • All Tourist Tax.
  • Himalayan Partner Treks Sleeping Bag, Down Jacket (refundable).
  • Himalayan Partner Treks duffel bag for your trekking stuff.
  • One porter between two person.
  • Above 5 Pax One Assistant  Guide.
  • Farewell Dinner with Tour Operator.

What Is Excluded?

  • International airfare and Nepal visa fees.
  • Extra Night hotel In Pokhara and Kathmandu with All Meals .
  • Your Travel / medical insurance .
  • Personal expenses such as telephone calls, alcoholic beverages, donation etc...
  • Tips for guides and porters.

Annapurna Base Camp Short trek Altitude Profile

FAQs

The Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek is a relatively compact trek that takes you to the base of the stunning Annapurna Massif. It's a shorter alternative to the longer Annapurna Circuit, perfect for visitors with limited time.

Typically, the trek takes around 7 to 08 days, depending on your itinerary. This duration includes the trek from Nayapul to Annapurna Base Camp and back.

The best seasons are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is clear and the views are stunning. However, you can trek year-round, but be prepared for more challenging conditions during the monsoon (June to August) and colder temperatures in winter (December to February).

Yes, you need two permits: Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. These permits help fund conservation efforts and provide safety information.

The Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek is considered moderate in terms of difficulty. While it doesn't reach high altitudes like some other treks, it involves ascending and descending trails. Basic fitness and some prior trekking experience are recommended.

Essentials include comfortable trekking clothes, layers for changing weather, a good pair of trekking boots, a warm sleeping bag, trekking poles, a water bottle, and a first-aid kit. Don't forget your camera to capture the breathtaking scenery.

Yes, you can hire experienced guides and porters to assist you. They can provide valuable insights, help carry your luggage, and ensure a smoother journey.

You'll find a range of teahouses and guesthouses along the trekking route. These provide basic but comfortable accommodations with meals included. You can also enjoy the warm hospitality of the local communities.

ATMs are available in some starting and ending points, but it's advisable to carry enough cash to cover your expenses during the trek, as not all teahouses accept cards.

Stunning views of the Annapurna and Machapuchare (Fishtail) mountains.

Rich cultural experiences with visits to charming villages.

Relaxing in natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda.

Immersion in lush rhododendron forests and terraced farmlands.

Additional Information

Preventing altitude sickness during your Annapurna Base Camp trek is crucial to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey. Altitude sickness can occur when you ascend to high altitudes too quickly, and it can have serious health implications. Here are some tips to help prevent altitude sickness:

Gradual Ascent:

One of the most effective ways to prevent altitude sickness is to acclimatize gradually. Take your time to ascend, and avoid rapid gains in elevation.

Choose the Right Itinerary:

Opt for a trekking itinerary that includes acclimatization days at higher altitudes. These rest days allow your body to adapt to the reduced oxygen levels.

Stay Hydrated:

Drink plenty of fluids, at least 3-4 liters of water daily. Proper hydration helps your body cope with the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes.

Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine:

Limit or avoid alcohol and caffeine during your trek, as they can dehydrate you and make altitude sickness symptoms worse.

Diet and Nutrition:

Consume a balanced diet rich in carbohydrates and avoid heavy, greasy foods. Carbohydrates provide energy for your body, which is vital at high altitudes.

Medication:

Some trekkers may consider carrying altitude sickness medication like Acetazolamide (Diamox). Consult with a medical professional before your trip to discuss the use of such medication.

Listen to Your Body:

Pay close attention to your body's signals. If you experience symptoms like headache, nausea, dizziness, or shortness of breath, descend to a lower altitude immediately.

Proper Rest:

Get enough sleep to allow your body to recover and acclimatize.

Avoid Overexertion:

Pace yourself and avoid strenuous physical activities, especially at higher altitudes. Slow and steady progress is key.

Travel with a Guide:

An experienced guide can monitor your health, recognize early signs of altitude sickness, and provide guidance on when to rest or descend.

Stay at Lower Elevations When Symptoms Occur:

If you experience altitude sickness symptoms, it's essential to descend to a lower altitude until you recover. Don't continue ascending.

Know the Signs:

Familiarize yourself with the signs and symptoms of altitude sickness, including Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), and High-Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE).

Emergency Plan:

Have an emergency plan in place, including access to communication devices and knowledge of the nearest medical facilities.

Remember that altitude sickness can affect anyone, regardless of age or fitness level, so it's essential to take these preventive measures seriously. Always prioritize your health and safety during your Annapurna Base Camp trek, and be prepared to adjust your plans if necessary.

Proper trekking equipment is essential for a safe and enjoyable Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek. Here's a list of the essential items you should consider packing:

Clothing:

  1. Moisture-Wicking Base Layers:

    • Thermal tops and bottoms to regulate body temperature.
  2. Insulating Layers:

    • Fleece or down jackets for added warmth.
  3. Waterproof and Windproof Jacket:

    • Protects against rain, wind, and cold.
  4. Trekking Pants:

    • Lightweight, breathable, and quick-drying.
  5. Convertible Pants:

    • Ideal for adjusting to varying temperatures.
  6. Trekking Shirts:

    • Long-sleeved shirts for sun and insect protection.
  7. Headwear:

    • Sun hat, beanie, and a buff or neck gaiter.
  8. Gloves:

    • Lightweight and insulated for warmth.
  9. Underwear and Socks:

    • Moisture-wicking and quick-drying materials.

Footwear:

  1. Trekking Boots:

    • Sturdy, waterproof, and well-fitted boots with ankle support.
  2. Socks:

    • Moisture-wicking and cushioned for comfort.

Gear and Accessories:

  1. Backpack:

    • A comfortable daypack to carry your essentials.
  2. Trekking Poles:

    • Provides stability and reduces strain on knees.
  3. Sleeping Bag:

    • Rated for cold temperatures (0°F to -10°F or -17°C to -23°C).
  4. Sleeping Pad:

    • Insulated for warmth and comfort.
  5. Headlamp/Flashlight:

    • With extra batteries for nighttime use.
  6. Sunglasses:

    • With UV protection to shield your eyes from strong mountain sun.
  7. Water Bottles or Hydration System:

    • To keep you hydrated along the trail.

Protection from the Elements:

  1. Rain Cover or Dry Bags:

    • To keep your gear dry in wet conditions.
  2. Gaiters:

    • Prevents debris and water from entering your boots.

Toiletries:

  1. Toothbrush and Toothpaste
  2. Biodegradable Soap
  3. Quick-Dry Towel
  4. Toilet Paper and Trowel
  5. Hand Sanitizer
  6. Wet Wipes

First-Aid Kit:

  1. Basic Medications:

    • Pain relievers, antihistamines, and any prescribed medications.
  2. Bandages, Gauze, and Adhesive Tape

  3. Antiseptic Wipes

  4. Blister Treatment

  5. Diamox (for altitude sickness, if prescribed)

Miscellaneous:

  1. Maps and Guidebook
  2. Trekking Permits and Identification
  3. Cash (Nepalese Rupees)
  4. Power Bank and Charging Cables
  5. Snacks and Energy Bars

It's important to pack efficiently and only carry what you need. Keep in mind that you can purchase or rent some items in Kathmandu or Pokhara if you prefer to travel light. Also, check the weather forecast for the time of your trek and adjust your clothing and gear accordingly. A well-prepared trekker is more likely to have a safe and enjoyable journey to Annapurna Base Camp.

During your Annapurna Base Camp trek, you'll find a variety of foods and accommodations to suit your needs and preferences. Here's what you can expect in terms of food and lodging along the trail:

Foods:

  1. Local Cuisine:

    • While trekking, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy traditional Nepali dishes. Dal Bhat (lentil soup with rice), momo (dumplings), and gundruk (fermented leafy greens) are some local favorites.
  2. Teahouse Meals:

    • Along the trekking route, you'll find teahouses that serve a range of meals, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. These teahouses often provide a menu with both local and international options, so you can choose according to your preferences.
  3. Western and Continental Dishes:

    • Many teahouses offer a selection of Western and Continental dishes, such as pasta, pizza, pancakes, and omelets. These are often modified to suit the trekking environment.
  4. Vegetarian and Vegan Options:

    • Teahouses are generally well-equipped to accommodate dietary restrictions. Vegetarian and vegan meals are readily available.
  5. Snacks:

    • You can also purchase snacks like chocolates, energy bars, nuts, and dried fruits along the trail to keep your energy up.
  6. Hydration:

    • Teahouses offer a variety of hot and cold beverages, including tea, coffee, hot chocolate, and soft drinks. It's essential to stay well-hydrated throughout your trek.

Accommodations:

  1. Teahouses:

    • Teahouses are the primary lodging option during the Annapurna Base Camp trek. These are basic, family-run guesthouses with dormitory-style or private rooms. They provide simple but comfortable accommodations, often with shared bathrooms. Bedding is usually provided, and some teahouses offer hot showers for an additional fee.
  2. Lodge Rooms:

    • In larger villages and towns, you may find more developed lodges with private rooms and attached bathrooms, offering a bit more comfort.
  3. Camping:

    • While less common on the standard Annapurna Base Camp trek, camping can be arranged with a guide and porter for a more secluded and personalized experience.
  4. Heating:

    • In higher altitudes, heating is provided in common areas with stoves or fireplaces, making the teahouses cozy and warm.

It's advisable to bring some of your own snacks, especially if you have specific dietary preferences. Also, it's a good idea to carry a water purification system or tablets to treat water from natural sources, as purchasing bottled water can be expensive and ecologically unfriendly.

While accommodations and food may be basic, the warm hospitality and stunning mountain views make the Annapurna Base Camp trek an unforgettable experience. Be sure to check the availability of accommodations in advance, especially during peak trekking seasons, to secure a place to stay at each destination.

The Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek typically begins and ends in the city of Pokhara, which serves as the gateway to the Annapurna region. Here are the transportation facilities you'll need to access and complete the trek:

1. Kathmandu to Pokhara:

  • Most trekkers arrive in Nepal via Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. From Kathmandu, you can reach Pokhara, the starting point for the trek, by various means:
  • Domestic Flights: The quickest way is to take a 25 to 30-minute domestic flight from Tribhuvan Airport to Pokhara Airport. Several airlines operate this route.
  • Tourist Bus: Alternatively, you can opt for a tourist bus, which takes approximately 6-8 hours to reach Pokhara from Kathmandu. These buses offer comfort and scenic views during the journey.

2. Local Transportation in Pokhara:

  • In Pokhara, you can use local transportation options like taxis, rickshaws, or rented bicycles to get around the city. Most trekking agencies and hotels offer airport pickup services.

3. Pokhara to Nayapul:

  • From Pokhara, you'll need to get to Nayapul, the starting point of the trek. Options include:
  • Private Vehicle: You can hire a private vehicle or taxi to Nayapul, which is approximately a 1.5 to 2-hour drive from Pokhara.
  • Public Bus: Alternatively, you can take a local public bus or shared jeep from the Lakeside area of Pokhara to Nayapul.

4. Return to Pokhara:

  • After completing the trek, you'll return to Pokhara from Nayapul. You can use the same transportation options mentioned above, depending on your preference and the arrangement made by your trekking agency.

5. In-Trail Transportation:

  • During the trek itself, you'll primarily be walking from one teahouse to the next. There is no motorized transportation within the trekking route, as it's a walking trail. Trekking distances between villages are generally manageable for hikers.

6. Helicopter Services (Optional):

  • For those seeking a more luxurious and time-efficient option, helicopter services are available to and from Pokhara and various points along the trek. These services provide breathtaking aerial views of the Annapurna region.

Overall, transportation facilities for the Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek are readily available, and the trek can be comfortably reached from Kathmandu to Pokhara and Nayapul to begin and end your adventure in the beautiful Annapurna region.

Client Reviews

Julina M

Malaysia

4th Aug, 2022

Thumbs up! Had an enjoyable trekking experience with Himalayan Partners Treks at Annapurna Base Camp. Their guides and porters were amazing and friendly.


hoang thien huu N

Egypt

7th Aug, 2022

We were trek to ABC with 10 people group. Thanks to Himalayan Partner Treks & Expedition Company for organize a wonderful trekking tour for us.Ghan is super hospitable Business Owner. Especially Ganesh is our experience tour guide and friendly porters, First day we trek was very tired but with their support we became stronger and stronger and finally reach OMBC 3700m After we come back to Vietnam, they still support us on asking for insurrance. I highly recommend this company for your trekki... See more ng tour. See less...


Truong P

Greenland

7th Aug, 2022

All people on ABC are friend, tour guide and porter are friendly. They help us alot in every step to ABC. We are better day by day, Company give me advise and service.


Duy Ha

Japan

7th Aug, 2022

This is my first time go trekking and ABC was the tour we also chose. We traveled in group of 10 people in form of company business and Himalayan Partner is our travel agency. The biggest impression for myself is the warm and impressive support from our tour guide - Ganesh Amgain (I usually call him Gannee as a nickname). Even though this is our first time trekking but with the support and great instruction from Ganesh, get over most of the challenges and problems we faced in the trip. He... See more 9;s such a good, funny, extremely friendly and experienced tour guide. About the trip, everything was far beyond my expectation, the view, the sightseeing, the wonderful villages that only comes from the movie I thought, but they are all here in Nepal and this ABC trekking tour. I definitely comeback in the next 2 years to go for this trek again. See less...


Matt R

Brazil

7th Aug, 2022

I had a lot of fun trekking on this tour, the guide went out his way to make sure that everything was for me while trekking, food and the hotels we stayed in. The views was amazing and beautiful to watch at sunrise. I would highly recommend this trek to couples and solo travelers who love trekking as much as I do.


William Johnson

United Kingdom

19th May, 2023

As I went on the Annapurna Base Camp short trek, which was an unforgettable journey through the mesmerizing landscapes of the Himalayas. Especially, the well-marked trail, guided by experienced local guides, takes you through charming villages, lush forests, and terraced farmlands. The awe-inspiring views of snow-capped peaks, especially from Poon Hill, leave a lasting impression. Himalayan Partner treks offered us with comfortable accommodations and authentic local cuisine providing a c... See more ozy respite.  See less...


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