The tenth highest mountain in the world is in itself a wonder standing up at 8091 m. It was announced as the very first mountain to be successfully climbed above the altitude 8000 m in 1950. Annapurna range is a series of peaks 55 km long with the highest point, Annapurna I, which stands 8091m in altitude, making it the 10th-highest mountain in the world. Annapurna located east of great gorge cut through the Himalaya by the Kali Gandaki River. The mountain is surrounded by glaciers on its west and north-west, which flow into the gorge. In Sanskrit, Annapurna means the goddess of harvests or in simple words, the provider. Of Annapurna’s numerous highs crests, five are marked utilizing a few varieties of the name Annapurna. Among these, the two most elevated (Annapurna I and II) stand like bookends at the western and eastern closures of the massif.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2: Kathmandu sight seeing
Day 3: Kathmandu
Day 4: Kathmandu to Beni (823m). Overnight in lodge.
Day 5: Beni to Tatopani (1189m). Overnight in lodge.
Day 6: Tatopani to Ghasa (2012m) Over night in lodge.
Day 7: Ghasa to Lete (2438m). Rest and change porters. Overnight in lodge.
Day 8: Lete to Thulo Bugin. Overnight in jungle camp.
Day 9: Climbing The Thulo Bugin pass. Overnight in river camp.
Day 10: Thulo Bugin to Mristi Khola. Overnight in river camp.
Day 11: Climb to Base Camp
Day 12-47: Climbing period
Day 48: Cleaning up the base camp
Day 49: Base camp to Thulo Bugin. Overnight in lodge
Day 50: Thulo Bugin to Lete. Overnight in lodge
Day 51: Lete to Tukuche. Overnight in lodge
Day 52: Tukuche to Marpha / Jomsom. Overnight in lodge
Day 53: Fly Jomsom to Pokhara
Day 54-55: Drive Pokhara to Kathmandu. Free on own
Day 56: Transfer to the airport and departure from Kathmandu.