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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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  • Transportation: Bus
  • Max Altitude: Annapurna Base Camp ( 4130m )
  • Group-size: 1-5 People
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Trekking Days: 7 - 15 Days
  • Best Time/Months to Trek: September, October, April, May

Annapurna Base Camp Trek 7 days have a strong reputation among seasoned trekkers. To be considered an experienced trekker, Base Camp is a trek you need to go for. It is the second-best trekking destination in Nepal only to Everest Base Camp Trek as the world’s premier trekking experience. The total length of the route varies between 160–230 km (100-145 mi), depending on where motor transportation is used and where the trek is ended.

The trek is set among the towering peaks of Annapurna I (8,091m), South (7,219m), Machapuchhre ( 6,993 m), and Hiunchuli (6,441m). This trek is under Annapurna Conservation Area. It covers 7,629 square kilometers area. The maximum altitude of Annapurna Base Camp is 4200m from sea level and is the world’s tenth-highest mountain. Can you imagine yourself in it all?

ABC Trek 7 Day is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. It is an easy and shorter trek. So any fit person can conclude this trek with ease. However, well mental preparation is the key. ABC Route introduces you to the unique cultures of Gurung and Magar Communities, floras like rhododendrons, and wildlife. Moreover, you can also see small chores and gumbas. And, the jaw-dropping views of Annapurna range, Machhapuchhre, Hiunchuli, and Dhaulagiri – the best part of ABC.

Why Annapurna?

Regarded as one of the top trekking destinations of Nepal, Annapurna Base Camp Trek is an adventure in itself. I would recommend you go for the 7 day trek to gather amazing lifetime memory to share with friends and family.

  • Eye Stretching Panoramic Views of Annapurna and Machhapuchhre Mountains
  • Beautiful walking Trail
  • Witness amazing Traditional Nepali Food and Cultures
  • Bathing at Natural Hot Spring at Jhinu
  • Walking inside the blooming Rhododendron Forests

Getting to Trailhead

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek starts from Nayapul, Pokhara. If you want to start the trek from Kathmandu, you have to take 6 hours drive from KTM to Pokhara. You drive along the Trisuli River to Pokhara and enjoy some scenes of Mountains before reaching Nayapul. The actual trek starts from Chhomrong. 2-3 hours of Drive from Nayapul takes you to Chhomrong and you can begin your trek.

We operate 7 days ABC Trek from Kathmandu as well as Pokhara.

ABC Trek Cost

The cost of Annapurna Base Camp trekking depends upon your group size, the season you choose, and the services you take. Ammonite Adventures is taking more than a hundred visitors per season at just $650. The cost includes all your meals, accommodation, and travel fairs during the trek. Trust me $650 is nothing for such an amazing trek, Bookings are open for 2023. Book Now!


  • Pick-up or Drop-off service from and to Airport
  • Both-way transportation Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu in Tourist Bus.
  • Private transportation service Pokhara – Nayapul – Pokhara
  • Accommodation in a hotel in Pokhara with Breakfast ( 2 Nights)
  • Best possible accommodation in Teahouses
  • All standard meals during the whole 7 days trip
  • Includes Government Licensed experienced and qualified trek Guide and Porter to carry your luggage.
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) Fee.
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card fee.
  • Snacks along the trip
  • Coverage of guides and porters’ meals, insurance, salary, lodging, transportation, and gear.
  • All the required paperwork, local taxes, and expenses.
  • Trek Completion Certificate.
  • Farewell dinner.


  • International Airfare
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees
  • Food and Accommodation before and after the trek
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, hot shower, telephone, laundry, hot shower, Alcohol, Wi-Fi, etc.
  • Trekking Gears and Equipment
  • Tips for guides and porters
  • Services not mentioned or not promised in Includes will be regarded as cost excludes

Trek Permits

Nepal Government has made trekking permits compulsory in most of the destinations for the safety of you and conserving the route. TIMS Card and Annapurna Conservation Area Permits are two essential Permits for Annapurna Base camp Trek. You may be asked for the permit anywhere during the trail. So, keep safe your permits and other documents like passport. TIMS Card costs you $30 and ACAP costs you $20.

You may doubt why you need a permit? This helps to keep track of your activities and save you in case of an emergency. Moreover, the fee will be used for the conservation of the area, so that you can enjoy pollution-free trekking in Nepal. As a responsible trekker, you should not throw plastic wastage in the route.


TIMS stands for Trekkers Information Management System. TIMS Card is compulsory trekking permit in Nepal. It keeps record of your entry and your safety during the trip. To carry out help and search in case of an emergency like natural calamities TIMS Card is required. The cost of TIMS Card is $20.

ACAP Permits

As we trek along Annapurna Conservation Area, we should get Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit ( ACAP ). The cost of ACAP is 30$.

– For Nepali Nationals: $1
– For SAARC Nationals: $10
– For other Nationals (other than SAARC countries): $30

You can get these permits from Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu just by showing your passport.

Best Time

There is no particular best season to visit in Nepal as it can be done in all seasons, although in the winter the Annapurna Base Camp is often closed due to the excessive snow and the threat of avalanches. Visiting here in winter is still a thrill and you should not discount the experience. Saying so, you can trek to Annapurna throughout the year. Trekking in each season has a unique experience in it.

Still, the best time for you to do the ABC trek is around October and November. The second best time is in the months of March and April. During these months, the weather is calm and the sky is clear – a perfect time to enjoy treks. Let’s see in detail all trekking seasons.

Autumn(September – October – November)

Autumn is regarded as the best time for trekking in Nepal. Hence, the best time for Annapurna Base Camp Trek. The number of tourists visiting Nepal during this period. Moderate temperature and low precipitation provide the best conditions for trekking in Autumn ( September, October, and November ). Just imagine the red sun coming up the hills and striking the white mountains to turn them golden. You can enjoy such amazing views in autumn. The sky is so clear you can see the blue sky during the day and starry skies at night. I promise you will be just capturing the photos and the atmosphere there won’t let you sleep.

The temperature is about 12 degree Celsius in the daytime. However, nights are quite colder.

Autumn is the time when the biggest festivals of Nepal like Dashain, and Tihar are celebrated in Nepal. You can be a part of the national festival of Nepal.

Spring ( March – April – May )

Trekking in March, April, and May is an amazing period to enjoy ABC Trek. It is regarded as the second best time for trekking in Nepal and so does for Annapurna In spring, a large number of tourists trek in Nepal. In this season, the climate is mild, there is a rare chance of rainfall and conditions are perfect to trek around. The average temperature in Spring ranges from – 8 degrees to 0 degrees Celcius. 

Trekking to ABC in Spring starts in March. The temperature gets cooler as we go to April and May. By April, you can see eye-stretching views of blooming rhododendron throughout the trek. Moreover, the weather is cool, the sky is clear and you can enjoy clear mountain views.

Winter ( December – January – February )

Winter is not a famous time for trekking. The route along the ABC trek will be extremely cold during December – January – February ( Winter ). The temperature is about -10 degrees Celcius. Taking the challenge of pleasant climatic conditions, you can enjoy the clearest views. There is no chance of rainfall.

Being not famous time, it has its own benefits. Like, you can get easy accommodation along the trip. You can get rooms and food at a cheaper price. There is a very less number of tourists. And the views of the mountains are best to see during Winter. So, you can have different tastes in Annapurna in the months of December, January, and February.

Summer ( June – July – August )

Summer season falls in the month of June, July, and August. During summer, you will feel the hottest temperature. As this is the time of Monsoon and rainfall, you should be careful with the route. They may be wet and slippery. It is the most challenging time to trek. You must have the proper trekking gear to cut off the challenge and enjoy amazing trekking. This is the time for some plants to grow. You can see blooming flowers and green forests.

The temperature of Annapurna Base Camp will range from 5-10 degrees Celcius. There is a chance of rainfall and it adds some trouble to your trekking. But don’t worry, experienced guides of Ammonite Adventures will prepare you for any conditions.

ABC Trek Difficulty

This trip is considered Demanding. A good level of cardiovascular fitness and some trekking experience is strongly advised. On a scale of 1 to 10, then this course is rated 7. Your safety and the safety of the support team safety of everyone on the trek is our highest concern and like all strenuous treks, this trek is treated as an expedition. Altitude Sickness, Accommodation, Food, Weather, Lack of proper guide maybe some common Annapurna Base Camp trek Difficulty. 

Altitude Sickness

AMS comes into effect usually because a trekker or climber ascends too quickly. As the air becomes thinner, there is less oxygen available. Your lungs need time to adjust in order to carry much-needed oxygen to the different parts of your body. If you feel the symptoms of Nausea, Difficulty to breathe, don’t force yourself and come down. However, walking slowly and keeping yourself hydrated keeps one step away from sickness. 


The weather may be a challenge for ABC Trekkers. Annapurna Base Camp route is often closed due to heavy snowfall. Trekking in winter is really heart-shivering. Doing some physical fitness you can conclude the trek with ease. So, it’s better to go trekking after checking the weather updates.The temperature ranges from -10 to 20 degree celcius at Annapurna Base Camp. Trekking in winter and summer will be very challenging by weather conditions. However, trekking in the Autumn and Spring is very easy.


On ABC Trek , all accommodation is included in the price. After Chhomrong ( en trek route) you will stay in either a guesthouse or a teahouse. A Guesthouse is more like a low budget hotel room. You will likely have a shower and a western toilet (they will be shared with other trekkers). You may also have WiFi. A Teahouse is basically an extension of a family home (usually very basic, most likely no shower and a drop toilet.) The rooms are simple but comfort to sleep and rest. Moreover, you will experience world renowned hospitality of Nepali – ATITHI DEBO VABA. The price of room increases as we climb up.

The trek starts from Nayapul. we will spend 2 days in Pokhara at standard rooms. At Pokhara, the accommodation is more luxurious. We stay at hotels. You will have a private room, private toilet, hot shower, powers, TV, wi-fi and all.


As we will be trekking in the higher elevation, it is very essential to fill yourself with proper fabrics, carbs, proteins, and nutrition. All food costs are included in the price. The food is basic but extremely nutritious to keep you going.  You can not get large varieties of dish on trek expect Pokhara and Kathmandu.

The general menu will have Breakfast ( Toast with Jam, Butter, Cheese, and Honey; Eggs either fried or boiled; Pancakes and Chapatis ), Lunch and Dinner ( Dal, Bhat and Tarkari; Noodles; Potatoes; Macaroni; Breads; Chowmein etc.) The price of food increases as you climb up. You can imagine how hard is it to take food to high altitudes without road. So, please do not bargain on price.

ABC Trek 7 days Itinerary

The walking route of Annapurna Nepal is really a beautiful thing whose charm can’t be even described by the greatest literature ever, then who am I? So, you begin Annapurna Trek from Pokhara, in the northwestern corner of the Pokhara Valley, central Nepal and you will witness many things on the way to Base Camp such as rhododendron forests, cliffs, waterfalls, terraced rice paddies, and suspension bridges, all of which makes this trip an amazing spectacle.

The following 7 Days Annapurna Base camp trekking itinerary is made by consulting the Annapurna Trek Experts by including the popular destinations and considering the rest required to trail. However, you can customize it as per your need. If you are searching for the best short trek in Nepal in 2020, then this must be a great option for you!

Day 1Kathmandu to Pokhara

Drive: 5 hours
Accommodation: Hotel
Altitude: 1400 m
Included meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
1. Scenic drive along Trisuli River
2. Walk around Pokhara City at Night

Day 2Private Car to Nayapul – Trek to Chhomrong

Route: 2 hours Drive / 3 Hours Trek
Accommodation: Guest House
Altitude: 2170 m
Included meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
1. Chhomrong village and it’s an amazing culture
2. Khomrong Khola

Day 3 Chhomrong to Bamboo

Route: 6 Hours Trek
Accommodation: Guest House
Altitude: 3200 m
Included meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
1. Bamboo Forest

Day 4Bamboo to Deurali

Trek: 5 Hours
Accommodation: Guest House
Altitude: 2335 m
Included meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner
1. Breathtaking Hiuchhuli, Annapurna ranges, and the ever-changing Machhapuchhare views

Day 5Deurali to MBC

Trek: 5 Hours
Accommodation: Guest House
Altitude: 2800 m
Included meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Day 6MBC to ABC to Bamboo

You will need an early morning start to climb up to Annapurna Base Camp (4200m). The going will be challenging but definitely well worth the effort. You may feel the effects of minor AMS. After reaching to ABC, we will see some jaw-dropping views, capture some memories and trail down to Bamboo.

– 7 Hours Walk

– All Meals Included

– Overnight in Guesthouse

Day 7Bamboo to Jhinu Hot Spring

An early morning start will see you descending all the way down to Bamboo. The trail continues through rhododendron and bamboo fields. Jhinu is one of the top spots in the entire trek. From Bamboo, the trail descends very steeply to the Jhinu, where you can bath in natural hot springs.

– 5 Hours Trekking

– All Meals Included

– Overnight in Guesthouse

Route Map



Can I Charge Batteries during the Trip?

Yes, you can charge batteries en route. The charger should be brought.

Can I take hot showers during the trek?

There are hot shower facilities as well. You may have to pay a certain amount for both ($1-$2). Negotiate. Also, a hot water facility could be free at a lower elevation.

Are there ATMs along the trip?

There are no ATMs on this trek. You will have to draw enough cash in Pokhara or Kathmandu. There are a number of ATMs in these cities. Everything is paid in Nepali rupees. So money should be exchanged before the start of the trek.

Is there Internet Facility?

The Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. The Internet in Nepal is not as fast as you are used to and at times you can just lose connection.

Is it necessary to hire Guides?

No, Not really. It really depends on you. Is it your first time in Nepal? How confident are you of being able to find your way around? How pressed on time are you? If you go through an agency, it will be costlier but everything will be planned. You will only have to come, trek, enjoy and return. But trekking ABC independently you may have some issues. So, if you want to hire a guide for the Annapurna region, guides fee range from $20 to $30 per day and porters take $15 to $25 per day. So, for 7 days ABC Tour you have to pay about $200 for Guide and $150 for Porter.

How many trekkers will be in my group?

You can either join group or arrange personal guide. Trekking in group will be cheaper one. However, we can arrange personal trip for you. Generally, we make group of 2 – 6 trekkers in a group. You will have a common guide and a porter to carry about 10Kg of your luggage. We do not want to overload our porters.

Is there means of communication?

You can buy Ncell or NTC or SKY sim card. All of the communication service providers are available in Annapurna Base camp. However, there will be some network issues sometime. Some hotels do offer telephone.

Where can I exchange money in route?

You can exchange money either in Pokhara or Kathmandu. However, there is no way to change your money in Annapuna base camp and places around.

How weighty luggage can my porter carry?

2 trekkers will be assigned with a single porter. However, you can hire a private porter too. Shared porter can carry upto 10KG of luggage each i.e. 20 kg in total. You can carry small luggage with yourself.

What should I care about?

You should not leave any dirts, plastics and be a responsible trekker.

“Take nothing but pictures. Leave nothing but footprints. Kill nothing but time.”

Do I need Travel Insurance?

There is no compulsion for insurance. However, we recommend you to make a travel insurance. It will help you making the trip without fear. It will cover all loss and damage caused during the trip. It will also covers helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses in case of emergency. Who knows, anything can happen. However, we will try to maintain 1005 safety of our trekkers and guides and porters.

Is it safe to do Annapurna Base Camp trekking in just 7 days?

Annapurna Base camp trek is very safe to do. You do not trek in icy mountains. There is a rare risk of climate and weather. However, Ammonite Adventures promises to safety, security and satisfaction. Our members will carry necessary gear, equipment and first aid kits. They are well trained for basic first-aid use. They will also prepare you to tackle any extremities. In case of trekking in 7 days, you need to be quite fit and you can conclude with ease.

Which is the best time of the year to trek?

Autumn and Spring are the best time of year to do ABC Trek. Moderate temperature and beautiful weather, mild wind, clear sky for clear views and low chance of precipitation makes these season best time to trek.

How long should I trek each day?

As we are doing Annapurna Base camp trek in 7 days. It’s rapid and short possible trek of ABC. So, you have to walk about 6-7 hours a day. Be prepared for walking 6-7 hours a day.

Should I have permits before starting the trek?

You should have TIMS Card and ACAP permits before starting the trek. Trekking with us, we will arrange all the necessary documents for you.

Do you provide pickup/drop from/to Airport?

Unlike other travel agencies, we believe in providing a memory. We will come to welcome you at airport and take care of you until we drop you to airport.

What documents in need before trekking to ABC?

A copy of passport,
Passport size photos,
Flight details,
Copy of travel insurance
( This will provide us details to pick you up, claim insurance in case of emergency and prepare necessary documents for trek)

Are porters and guides insured?

We have done insurance of our porters and guides.

How is accommodation in trails of Annapurna like?

You rest in the best possible teahouse and lodges. Lodges offer shared room. The toilets are outside the room. There may or may not be wifi and hot showers. If yes, you have to pay extra charge for each service. Generally, wifi and powers are available.

Is drinking water along the ABC safe to drink?

There are lots of water spring, however, they may not be safe to drink. We provide water purifying tablets. You can use them to purify and drink water. You can get boiled water at lodges.

Can I buy trekking gear in Nepal?

Yes, you can buy trekking gear in Thamel, Kathmandu. Our representative will take you for shopping at best price. If not, you can also take some equipment in rent.

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Kasia Krupinskaya

Solo Traveller

Arriving in Nepal, my husband and I were going to go to the mountains alone. Having drawn a map in advance and prepared the entire route, we were sure that we would not be distracted by guides. but in this country nothing can be known for sure 🙂 this is the coolest madness of improvisation
Krishna enthusiastically told us how easily we can conquer our first peak. no waste of time on obtaining permits and other documents, only an anxious expectation of trekking

October 15, 2019
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