Day 1: Welcome at Kathmandu Airport.
- Welcome you and transfer to the hotel.
- Hotel check out
- Take a rest and relax
- Welcome dinner in the evening
- Stay overnight in the hotel at Kathmandu.
Day 2: A full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu and preparation for a trek, and a hotel B&B
- Early morning breakfast.
- Half day world heritage cultural tour.
- Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as; Hanuman, Dhoka Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath Stupa and so on.
- Beginning in Kathmandu, we inform the team members on the adventure and finish the essential documentation and preparations.
- A brief explanation of the further trek. (Afternoon trek briefing and trek gear distribution.)
- Putting all the essential things in the bag.
- Stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Besisahar (6-7 hours)
Kathmandu is where your journey starts. The journey to Besisahar, which takes about 6-7 hours, will begin when you meet your driver at your hotel. You will travel down the Trishuli River, past small towns, and stunning countryside on your journey.
Day 4: Besishahar to Dharapani ( 1943 m, 6-7 hour).
The road trip through Nepal's Annapurna region from Besishahar to Dharapani is beautiful. The Marsyangdi River and the mountains are both visible from the road as it winds through beautiful hills. You will pass through charming villages along the road, where you can take in the hospitality and culture of the community. There are many opportunities for photo stops as you pass terraced farms and flowing waterfalls throughout the route. The majestic peaks of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal will meet you as you move closer to Dharapani, signaling that your trip is about to begin. This drive is the ideal way to begin your exploration of the Annapurna region and get a glimpse of the breathtaking scenery that is waiting for you.
Once you arrive in Dharapani, check into your hotel and take some time to explore the neighborhood.
Day 5: Dharapani to Chame (2713 m, 6 hrs).
After eating breakfast in Dharapani, you'll start your journey towards Chame. The journey through Nepal's Annapurna region on the trek from Dharapani to Chame is beautiful and diverse. The trail passes through lovely villages, lush forests, and the Marsyangdi River. Views of Annapurna II and other Himalayan peaks will be breathtaking as you climb higher into the mountains. You'll pass through hamlets and small towns along the way, where you can take in the local hospitality and culture. The last destination on this section of the walk is Chame, which serves as Manang's district capital. The village, which is encircled by magnificent mountains, is the ideal location to relax and acclimatize to the altitude before continuing your adventure. This trek is a wonderful opportunity to discover the natural majesty of the Annapurna region and the unique local culture.Once you arrive in Chame, check into your hotel and take some time to explore the neighborhood.
Day 6: Chame to Pisang (3185 m, 6 hrs)
After eating breakfast in Chame, you'll start your journey towards Pisang. The 2- to 3-hour drive or hike provides stunning views of the Marsyangdi River and the Himalayas. The trail winds through lush pine, oak, and maple tree forests. Also, you'll witness a lot of streams and waterfalls, which increase the trek's beauty. You'll pass through charming villages and hamlets along the journey, where you can take in the friendliness and culture of the community. You'll see traditional buildings, prayer flags, and prayer wheels that showcase the area's rich Buddhist culture. Awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas, including Annapurna II, Pisang Peak, and other peaks, are provided by the trip. You'll witness glaciers, snow-covered mountains, and breathtaking high-altitude scenery. Once you arrive in Pisang, check into your hotel and take some time to explore the neighborhood.
Day 7: Pisang to Manang (3540 m, 6 hrs)
After eating breakfast in Pisang, you'll start your journey towards Manang. See the historic monastery in Upper Pisang and take a stroll through the neighborhood's traditional homes and streets. You may enjoy the local culture and hospitality by going to the historic monastery in Ghyaru. Visitors can explore the congested streets and alleys while visiting the Ngawal Gompa, one of the area's oldest monasteries. A lovely village called Braga is the location of the historic Braga Monastery. Buddhists travel in large numbers to the monastery, which was founded in the 8th century. You are welcome to see the monastery, which has beautiful artwork, prayer wheels, and a large prayer hall. The Thorong La Pass is accessed through the bustling town of Manang. You can explore the neighborhood's market, shops, and restaurants, as well as the Barge Monastery, one of the biggest monasteries in the area. Once you arrive in Manang, check into your hotel and take some time to explore the neighborhood.
Day 8: Manang rest for accalimization (3,540 meters).
Manang is a well-liked rest stop for acclimatization. This is due to the fact that it's significantly higher than most of the other communities along the road, at 3,540 meters in elevation. Acclimatization is essential for minimizing altitude sickness and giving your body time to get used to the high altitude.
You can engage in a variety of activities on your day off in Manang while learning about the local culture and the area's stunning natural surroundings.
- Hike to the Ice Lake: The Ice Lake is a beautiful glacial lake that is located at an altitude of 4,600 meters.
- Visit the Gangapurna Lake: The Gangapurna Lake is a small but beautiful lake that is located near the Gangapurna Glacier.
- Visit the Barge Monastery: The Barge Monastery is one of the largest monasteries in the region and is located in the heart of Manang.
- Explore the town of Manang, which is a bustling town that offers various shops, restaurants, and cafes.
Day 12: Manang to Khangsar [3850m/12628ft]
We leave Manang after breakfast and make the steep ascent to Khangsar on the trail. The views of Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Chulu West Peak, Chulu East Peak, Chulu Far East Peak, and Tilicho Peak are among the highlights of our walk. In order to get to Khangsar village, where we will spend the night, we must cross the Khangsar Khola bridge.
Time: 4-5 hours
Meals: All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 13: Khangsar to Tilicho base camp [4800m/15744ft]
We leave Khangsar today and go along a trail that crosses numerous ice lakes and glaciers in order to get to Tilicho Base Camp, where we will spend the night. We have a better opportunity of seeing wild creatures throughout our hike today, including blue sheep, Himalayan tharies, and several bird species. At Tilicho Peak Base Camp, where we will stay the night before ascending Tilicho Peak, there are teahouses. We'll get ready for further climbing with the help of our Sherpa climbing team.
Time: 4-5 hours
Meals: All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 14- Day 26: Climbing Period Tilicho Peak 7135m.
Along with practicing climbing, we will give ourselves enough time for acclimatization over a few days. Our Sherpa staff will handle the challenging tasks, such as moving and setting up additional camps above base camp, supplying hygienic meals during our climbing days, and choosing the best ascending route. When properly equipped with all the necessary climbing gear, we will follow the instructions and direction of our experienced climbing specialists. We advance towards the summit of Tilicho Peak while navigating numerous challenging climbing parts and taking the weather into account. Once at the top, we are rewarded with spectacular views of the main peaks of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges, including Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, Annapurna IV, Annapurna III, and Gangapurna, as well as the world's deepest gorge, Kali Gandaki Valley, and the tranquil Tilicho Lake, which is a cobalt blue color. Before descending and taking the same route back to base camp, we will spend a brief but meaningful time at the top.
Time: 13 days
Meals: All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 27: Base Camp to Khangsar (3,740m).
After achieving our goal of reaching Tilicho Peak's peak, we make a leisurely start and get ready for our return walk. After breakfast, we depart Base Camp and return to Khangsar for the night on the same trail we first took.
Time: 4-5 hours
Meals: All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Day 28: Khangsar to Phedi or High Camp.
Trekking across the stunning Khangsar Khola Valley, passing through old-world settlements like Siri Kharka, Gompa, and Yak Kharka
Crossing the Tilicho Pass, which is 5,200 meters above sea level and provides breathtaking views of the mountains in the area,
enjoying the sweeping views of the Gangapurna, Annapurna II, and Annapurna III in the Annapurna range.
Trekking across the sparsely vegetated, lonely, and rocky terrain of the High Himalayas
experiencing the distinctive culture and way of life of the locals, who have survived the harsh environment here for many generations.
experiencing the rush of walking over remote and difficult terrain while taking in the stunning sights of the mountains and valleys.
Day 29: Phedi to Thorong La Pass to Muktinath.
trekking across the High Mountains' rocky, steep terrain while taking in the beautiful vistas of the surrounding peaks and valleys.
passing via the Thorong La Pass, one of the world's highest mountain passes at a height of 5,416 meters. The pass provides breathtaking 360-degree views of the nearby peaks, including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu.
visiting Muktinath, a holy town and important Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage site. A well-known temple and several other places of worship are located in the town.
Getting a taste of the locals' distinctive culture and way of life, which they have created over generations of living in this difficult and inaccessible terrain,
trekking through stunning scenery, such as rocky valleys, challenging mountain passes, and relaxing alpine meadows.
taking pleasure in the rush of trekking through a difficult and remote landscape with breathtaking vistas of the mountains and valleys.
Day 30: Muktinath to Jomsom.
visiting the important Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage destination of Muktinath, a sacred town. A well-known temple and several other places of worship are located in the town.
a trek through the charming Kali Gandaki Valley, renowned for its dramatic landscapes and distinctive culture. The valley, which is surrounded on both sides by impressive peaks, is home to a number of interesting villages and cities.
visiting Kagbeni, a historic town famous for its traditional architecture and extensive cultural history. Moreover, the hamlet serves as the entrance to the well-liked by trekkers and adventurers Upper Mustang region.
Getting a taste of the locals' distinctive culture and way of life, which they have created over generations of living in this difficult and inaccessible terrain.
trekking through stunning scenery, such as jagged valleys, challenging mountain passes, and peaceful alpine meadows.
taking pleasure in the rush of trekking through a difficult and desolate landscape with breathtaking vistas of the mountains and valleys.
Day 31: Fly Jomsom to Pokhara & sightseeing in Pokhara.
Many trekkers decide to take a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara after finishing the Muktinath to Jomsom trek. The trip, which lasts 20 to 25 minutes, provides breathtaking views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountain ranges.
- Visit the well-known Phewa Lake, Nepal's second-largest lake and a favorite destination for boating and relaxing.
- exploring Pokhara's thriving Lakeside neighborhood, which has a large number of eateries, cafes, stores, and pubs.
- going to the Tal Barahi Temple via boat.
- climbing the hilltop World Peace Pagoda, which has a view of Pokhara.
- You can visit Devi's Falls, a stunning waterfall outside of Pokhara, as well as the neighboring Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, a well-known Hindu temple.
- going on a zip-lining or paragliding adventure
- taking advantage of a traditional Nepalese massage or spa service, which are available around Pokhara.
Day 32: Flight back to Kathmandu, Rest and enjoy with B&B hotels.
Yeah, the majority of trekkers will fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu after visiting Pokhara. The journey, which lasts for 25 to 30 minutes, provides breathtaking vistas of the Himalayan range. While in Kathmandu, there are numerous hotels and guesthouses to pick from, with prices ranging from affordable to luxurious. You have the option of staying in the popular tourist areas of Thamel or Boudhanath or in a more residential region of the city.
Day 33: Final Departure for the Airport.
On the day of your departure from Kathmandu, you'll probably need to make a trip to the airport. Check with your stay to see whether they provide airport transportation as many hotels do.
Depending on traffic, the trip from the city's center to Tribhuvan International Airport might take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. Particularly if you are traveling during the busiest travel times, be sure to schedule ahead and allow plenty of time to arrive to the airport.
Sending our client blessings and thank-you notes, as well as making more connections in the future.
Traveler’s note: Guide and porters will drive back to kathmandu, if our clients would have time we recommend them to spend few nights in Pokhara, which is a beautiful touristic town of Nepal. So we transfer to pokhara or if no time then together drive back to kathamndu.
- Breakfast and departure
- Drive to your destination: