Delve into nature’s relaxing retreat
with Annapurna Base Camp

February 21, 2020
Annapurna Base Camp

Satiating one's love for hiking, paving your way through the hilly terrain capped with white snow should definitely be in the bucket list of every traveler. Located in the beautiful country of Nepal at an altitude of 4,130 m/13,545 ft, Mt.Annapurna happens to be the 10th highest mountain in the world. The Annapurna Base Camp trek is counted among the most popular treks in the world. The trekking trails in Annapurna region includes the Annapurna base camp which lies inside the Annapurna Conservation Area, but one would require to display the ACAP permit.

What is ACAP permit?

The permit cards which charges differently for both the Indian tourists as well the foreign tourists can be purchased in Pokhara. The journey kick starts from the beautiful city of Pokhara, which takes around 6-7 day trek to the basecamp as the final destination to be reached.

Experiencing your stay during your trek

Annapurna Base Camp

With a stroll through the diverse culture of the indigenous Nepalese inhabitants, a walk amongst the lush paddy fields, dense green forests and high altitudes turns out to be one of the most exhilarating experiences for the hikers. The stay over during the trek will be in small lodges, also known as the tea houses that accommodates around 20-25 people with the indigenous people as your hosts. The mountain range offers the hikers a magnificent scenic view that comprises of the wide variety of flora and fauna.

Reliving your splendid moments amongst the laps nature

Annapurna Base Camp

The hikers are exposed to the varying Tamang, Gurung, Thakali, Magar, Tibetan and Rai communities residing in the hillside and incredible biodiversity found in the region. Surrounded by the towering mountain ranges such as Mt. Fishtail and Mt. Annapurna South, the sight from the camp fills your heart with ultimate gratification. Words become less to describe the incomparable beauty as you witness the flowy glaciers creating a mantrap along the steamy hot springs. Trek through the Himalayas as you walk past the high pastures and breaking yourself loose in the wilderness of the remote villages and thick woods to reach the snow-dusted mountains creates an enthralling ambiance that will definitely make you jump off your couch and plan for a trip to the paradisiacal land by now.

To save you from the trouble of gazing onto your laptop screens for hours and planning on this exciting journey, we have formulated an organized itinerary.

The itinerary has also been curated to quench your wanderlusts as we take you through the vast array of different approach towards life by the locals, while we organize a wonderful stay in the beautiful city of Kathmandu and Pokhara. Apart from viewing the mesmerizing mountainous backdrop, you will also be guided around the marvelous heritage sites of the city that will help you look back into the history of the country.



Group Size - 10 min - 15 max
Trek Level – Intermediate

Trip Cost - Rs 24,999 (All Inclusive)

Trip Highlights & Inclusions:

1. Pokhara site seeing
2. Annapurna Range site seeing
3. All Transport arrangements
4. All Meals
5. All stays in Hotel/Homestays
6. Travel Guru & Local Guide
7. Kathmandu stay for 1 night and site seeing to major World Heritage sites


1. Guwahati Railway station - NJP - Kakarvitta - Pokhara - Annapurna Basecamp trek - Pokhara - Kathmandu - NJP station - Guwahati

2. NJP - Kakarvitta - Pokhara - Annapurna Basecampo Trek - Pokhara _ Kathmandu - NJP station


1. Sarangkot Himalaya view Point
2. Shanti Stupa - World Peace center
3. Fewa Taal - Lake Side
4. Devil’s Waterfall
5. Mahendra Cave & few more depending on the time


1. Boudhyanath Temple
2. Pashupatinath Temple
3. Thamel Bazar
4. Patan square
5. Durbar square
6. Swyambhunath Temple & more depending on the time.