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Annapurna Circuit Short Trek - 8 Days

Annapurna Circuit short trek is designed for the time-bounded people. It is a perfect choice to get immersed in the natural beauty of the Himalayas in the Annapurna region in a very short time.

Yes, you really can circle Annapurna massif in just one week trek. We’ve got shorter Annapurna Circuit trek. Although shorter in duration, this trek is full of adventure and challenges.

During this mini circuit trip, you’ll get a striking view of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna I, Mt. Hiunchuli, Mt. Annapurna II, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Nilgiri, Lamjung Himal, Tukuche peak, and Tilicho peak.

Additionally, you’ll also encounter with the diverse settlements including Brahmin and Chhetris in a low land to Tibetan Sherpas and Thakalis in Highland.

We Himalayas on Foot has designed 8 days that excludes your arrival and departure days. This interesting short circuit trek traverses via Chame, Pisang, Manang, Yak Kharka, Thorong La Pass and finally Muktinath and end with the scenic drive to Pokhara.

While circling the Annapurna massif, you’ll cross Thorong La Pass, one of the world’s highest pass at 5,416 m / 17,769 ft.

Though the designed itinerary is short, there is no any risk of altitude sickness. As the below itinerary has enough time for acclimatization.

Apart from the high pass, the highlight of the trek is to visit one of the popular pilgrimage sites in Nepal “Muktinath Temple”. The temple is surrounded by 108 boars headed fountains and two dipping pools in front of a temple.

This short trek is possible to do the whole in the year around but Spring and Autumn season are the best time. People with the moderate level of physical fitness with a positive attitude can definitely join Annapurna Circuit Short trek.

Come and explore Annapurna region in just one week. Make this mini trip one of the most beautiful and memorable trips for your lifetime!!!

Let’s go on a mini-adventure trip !!!

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Day 1
Day 1 : Kathmandu to Chame

Altitude: 2,710m/8,891ft

Travel hour: 9/10 hours drive

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights: Beautiful view on the ride to Besisahar, Jeep rides to Chame, Excellent view of Mt. Manaslu, Lamjung Himal and Annapurna II and IV

Early in the morning, we'll embark on our trek from Kathmandu to Chame. We'll drive to Besisahar via a scenic route which takes 5-6 hours. Along the route, we'll get some glimpse of green hills, rivers, and a small village with stunning snow-capped mountains.

Again from Besisahar, we'll take a jeep and drive to Chame. By jeep, it takes around 3 to 4 hours. The route traverse via the villages like Sange, Bhulbhule, Nagdi, Chamche, Tal, Dharapani, Bagarchha, Dankya, Timang, Thanchowk, and Koto.

We'll also get to enjoy the view of majestic mountain Annapurna and Manaslu. Finally, enjoying all these wonderful sceneries, we reach Chame.

Chame is the headquarters of the Manang district. Chame is famous for the finest views of Annapurna II, Manaslu, and Lamjung Himal. This village has two small hot springs as well. Stay overnight at Chame.

Day 2
Day 2:Chame to Pisang

Altitude: 3,300m/10824ft

Trek hour: 5 - 6 hours

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights: Walk via diverse landscapes from vegetation to drier part of Manang District

This day, our real trek begins from Chame to Pisang. The trail leads along the bank of Marsyangdi river.

First, we reach Baratang and then after a short walk, we reach Chemyau Kharka. Here we'll see the memorial to Japanese mountaineer Akira Ochiai.

We'll continue our trek and cross the bridge and reach Dhikur Pokhari. The trail leads us to the green lush forests. The area is enriched with natural beauty.

We'll continue our walk until we reach lower Pisang. In the evening, we'll hike up to the Upper Pisang and explore the village.

The main purpose of hiking up to the Upper Pisang is to acclimatize to the high altitude.

We'll again return to Lower Pisang for an overnight stay.

Day 3
Day 3:Pisang to Manang

Altitude: 3,500m/11,482ft

Trek hour: 6 - 7 hours

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights: Manang Village- one of the oldest Tibetan village

This day, we'll trek from Lower Pisang to Manang. Manang area is cool and dry. Actually, we'll have to trek for a long time but the trail is fairly easy.

We'll walk on a wide and dusty trail. Throughout the journey, we'll be accompanied by the great views of Pisang peak and Annapurna III.

Manang village is a large Tibetan village with a number of stupas and Gompas. Manang welcome us with the magnificent views of Chulu peaks and Gangapurna. In evening, we'll enjoy the sunset view of Manang.

Overnight stay at Manang.

Day 4
Day 4: Acclimatization day- explore the beautiful Manang Village

Highlights: View of Gangapurna glacier, Manag village, explore the local culture

This day, we'll take a rest day for acclimatization purpose. Acclimatisation day is essential to keep ourselves fit and to avoid altitude sickness.

We'll do some short hiking to Bhojo Gumba or Gangapurna Lake.

Any options you choose will help you to acclimatize well and you also enjoy the exploring Manang village. We'll spend overnight in Manang.

Day 5
Day 5:Manang to Yak Kharka

Altitude: 4,110m/13,484ft

Trek hour: 3 - 4 hours

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights: The amazing view of Annapurna III, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak, herds of yak and blue sheep.

This day, leaving behind Manang, we'll continue our trek to Yak Kharka. At first, we'll climb uphill through alpine forest and juniper bushes. For one and half hour, the trail is quite steep until we reach Ghusang.

After that, till Yak Kharka the trail becomes easy. Along the trail, we'll enjoy the view of Annapurna II, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak.

Day 6
Day 6: Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi

Altitude: 4420m/14,501ft

Trek hour: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights: Wonderful view of Annapurna peaks and Chulu peak, Thorong Phedi

This day, we'll continue our trek from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi. Enjoying the view of snow-capped mountains we'll reach Ledar after one hour walk. Walking on a flat and easy trail we'll continue our trek to Thorong Phedi.

On the trail, we'll cross some wooden bridges and walk via uphill path for some time and reach Thorong Phedi. As the name suggests, it lies in the base of Thorong Himal. We'll spend overnight in Thorong Phedi.

Note: We have got the option to stay either in Thorong Phedi or High camp. Depending on your condition and experience you can make choice. If you choose Thorong Phedi, then you can sleep well. If you choose High camp, then the following day's ascension to Thorong La Pass will be easy.

Day 7
Day 7: Trek to Muktinath via Thorong La Pass

Altitude: Thorong La (5416m/17764ft) and Muktinath (3,800/12,467ft)

Trek hour: 7 - 8 hours trek, 1-hour drive

Accommodation: Teahouse

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Highlights: Crossing the highest pass in the world, trek to a forbidden kingdom of Mustang, passing via mani walls, prayer flags and beautiful vistas of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Muktinath Temple

This day will be one of the biggest days of the entire trip As we'll cross one of the world’s highest pass i.e. Thorong La Pass.

We'll start early in the morning and continue via steep trail. The walk is longest and hardest compared with other days of our entire trek. It takes around 4/5 hours to reach Thorong La Pass.

We'll walk via the same trail which has been used by local for around hundreds of years for this journey.

Once, we are on the pass you'll be rewarded with a jaw-dropping views of summits rising above 6,000 meters. Along with, we'll also get a mesmerizing view of Kali Gandaki Valley.

After enjoying the view, we'll hike down to a famous religious site- Muktinath Temple. In beginning, the trail is easy and sometimes in between it goes steeply till we reach Muktinath. While descending, the view of Mt. Dhaulagiri and Mt. Nilgiri will keep us engaged.

After a long and tiring walk, we’ll reach Muktinath. We'll spend remaining time relaxing our muscles. We'll spend our night at Muktinath.

Day 8
Day 8: Drive to Pokhara

Highlights: Jomsom, famous apple kingdom of Nepal, scenic drive from Jomsom to Pokhara

This day, before heading Pokhara, we'll first visit Muktinath Temple- one of the famous holy place of both Buddhist and Hindus. We'll also visit near Jwala Mai temple.

After exploring the area for sometime, we'll drive back to Jomsom. Then, we'll drive back to Pokhara and finally end our Annapurna Circuit short trek.

Trip Note: The above itinerary for Annapurna Circuit Short trek is just a standard package. If you want to lengthen or shorten this trip, then it can be customized as per your requirement. For detail info, you can contact us. We’ll be happy to answer all of your questions. Thank you !!!

Cost Includes

  • 1 nights accommodation in Pokhara 3 star
  • All ground transportation by Bus
  • All accommodations in teahouse
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) during the treks
  • All cost for guide leader (well trained English Speaking)
  • Porer to carry your bags 2 trekkers share 1 porter (max 25 kg carry by a porter )
  • All required major permit
  • All necessary paper works and permits
  • Rescue arrangements incase of any emergences
  • Medical Kit Bag
  • All necessary taxes

Cost Excludes

  • Monuments & Monastery fees
  • All the drinks while you are on trek
  • all your personal gear
  • Hotels in kathmandu
  • Lunch And dinner while you are in Katmandu and pokhara
  • Tips for guide and porter

Below are our fixed trip starting dates. If you want to travel on a different date, we can arrange that.

This trip can also be customized as per your need. Tell us about your requirements and what you expect from the trip, and we will help you design a trip with comfortable itinerary to best meet your needs.

Please contact us here or on +977 9851-060902 (WhatsApp, Viber, Line, Wechat, IMO). We will get back to you within 24 hours.

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FAQs on Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is a paradise filled with natural flora and fauna. From the plain lands of Terai to the high Himalayas, there is diversification and singularity in every aspect. This is what makes Nepal so unique.

Due to variation in the topography and altitudes, Nepal has been famously spotted as a diverse Trekking Region. Nepal offers normal trekking routes starting from 2000m (Dhampus Trek, Ghandruk Trek) to 5500m (Everest Base Camp). And I can tell you that every single trek has its own peculiarity and adventure.

You may have a lot of queries regarding trekking in Nepal. In this article, I have tried to answer some of them.

Is it safe to travel in Nepal?

After the devastating earthquake in 2015, every visitor has had this common question in mind. And the answer is yes, it is safe to travel in Nepal. You can come here and enjoy without any hesitation or second thoughts.

After the quake, numerous reconstruction activities have been done and many are even going on. So, you will be witnessing a different outlook of the country. If you are willing, you can even lend a hand financially or through volunteering for reconstruction in the remote areas.

How is the current political scenario in Nepal?

The political situation in Nepal is facing a transitional shift. Nepal is in the process of adopting a federal structure of governance form.  From the political view, there are not many obstacles as you might think.

How can I get a Nepal visa for arrival?

You can get your arrival visa at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Most of the people can obtain a visa on entry to Nepal. Some countries’ visa will need to be arranged prior traveling.

The price of visa depends on the number of days you will be staying. $25 is for 15 days from the date of issue, $40 for 30 days and $100 for 90 days tourist visa. You will need two passport size photos. Other documents are not required.

You can apply for an online visa through (http://www.online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/ ).

Do you have any pickup facility from the airport on arrival and departure?

Yes, our company has a pick-up facility as a complementary policy. At your arrival, our agency airport representative will pick you up from the airport. You can recognize us at the spot easily through our company’s name card.

And when you complete your trip, we will drop you back.

What type of insurance should I get? How can I get it?

We advise you to get your general travel and medical insurance cover from your respective country. In Nepal, you should buy medical and mountain evacuation insurance for traveling. But, we don’t offer mountain rescue insurance here.

Who can go on the trips?

Our trips are designed for everyone who has a love for outdoor adventure and cultural experience. Of course, some trips may be a bit difficult for people who are physically unfit.

In such cases, you need to choose only those trips that suit you best. Please contact for prior management.

What if I am a solo traveler? Is there any supplementary service for singles?

Not a problem at all. Many of our customers are traveling single. You also have the option to join a small group or another solo traveler.

Even if you are a single traveling woman, you need not worry. You will not face any kind of awkwardness.

Yes. There is an extra charge for traveling alone. Please contact us to find out more.

Do I really need a trekking guide?

According to recent changes in policy, trekking guides are almost mandatory for trekking in Nepal for everyone. It is to ensure safety and protection of all visiting tourists.

Plus, the journey will be a lot more informative and memorable with guides. S/he will be your friend and company during the journey.

But if you are well experienced and have trekked before as well, you may not require one. But if you are with a guide, it will be easy for you to tackle any problems during the trek.

Do I need a porter?

This part completely depends on your choice. If you think you are able to carry backpacks on your own, you can avoid them. If not, it is better to hire one.

You can have double benefits as well. As porters may have knowledge about the trails and settlements, you may not even require a guide.

Do you have tailor-made trips?

Yes. If there is any specific place that you want to visit that is not on our itinerary or if you want to combine trips or do multiple treks, we can surely arrange that. Send us your ideas and we will work with you to put together a customized trip of a lifetime.

When is the best time to visit Nepal for trekking?

Spring and Autumn season can be considered as the best time for trekking in Nepal.

October to November is the most popular time for trekking in Nepal. As it is the post monsoon period, the climate is clear and the mountains have an amazing view.

After that, March to May is the second most popular time. This pre-monsoon time has warmer weather with good visibility.

Besides, short tea house treks can be done during the winter season as well. I suggest you guys not to make plans for treks during monsoon and winter as far as possible.

How difficult is trekking in Nepal?

Nepal is known worldwide for its adventurous and interesting trekking spots. You certainly need to keep in mind that the journey will be challenging.

The toughness of the trekking depends on its altitude, grade, and location. There are different gradings for trekking such as; easy, medium, challenging, and demanding. You can make your choice depending on these grades.

Regarding time, you will be trekking 5 to 7 hours per day for altitudes ranging from 3000m to 8848m. But again, it will depend on the type of trek.

So no need to be afraid! You will enjoy extreme wilderness untouched by modern development. You will be grateful for the thrill and adventure of exploring the exotic nature.

How long will be the trekking period?

The period of trekking will depend on its type and grades.

As I have already mentioned about the grading of trekking, the most challenging treks will be for more than 4 weeks. The easy type of trek completes in about 1-3 days whereas the moderate will take about a week. The days taken cannot be exactly calculated as it might depend on weather conditions and other emergencies.

How fit should I be for the trekking?

You should be mentally and physically prepared for the trekking. The success of trekking wholly depends on you. We suggest you choose the trekking routes that suit your fitness level. Obviously, shorter treks are easier than longer ones. The longer treks will require a better standard of fitness.

So, be in your best physical form. Believe in yourself and move on!

What are tea houses and camping trekking? Is it possible here?

Teahouse trekking and camping trekking are the two general types of trekking in Nepal.

Teahouse trekking is the most popular type of trekking in Nepal. It is available in the trekking regions of Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, and Manaslu.

In this type, you will get good accommodation and fooding with a variety of items in the menu including Nepali Dal Bhat.

Camping trekking means making a full camp, carrying everything for the whole trip and getting along for the destination. In this type, you will fully cater for camping. You (or porters or packed animals) will carry all the camping gears including food, tents, sleeping bags, medical kits, etc.

You will be pitching your camps wherever suitable. You will be accompanied by a guide, cooks, porters, and sometimes a packed animal.

As compared to the tea house trekking, camping trekking is a bit difficult.

What types of food will be served during the trekking?

All kinds of food, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food will be mostly available. But, I recommend you to eat vegetarian during the trekking period. It will be more hygienic and physically helpful.

About food standards in tea houses, the fruit and vegetables are hygienic and well soaked in iodine before cooking. Food will be simple and homely reflecting the Nepali culture. Continental and international cuisine can be also served (depending upon the places).

Most of the lodges serve boiled and filtered water, safe for drinking. If you want, you can buy bottled mineral water as well.

Will there be any telephone/internet facilities at higher altitudes?

Most of the villages along the popular trekking routes have good coverage of cell phone and internet.

The Wi-Fi service is slowly becoming popular. You can also find telephones for international calls. But, these extra services will cost you extra money.

What do I need to carry on the trek?

If you hire a porter, he will carry your luggage and belongings. A porter will carry up to 50 kg of load.

You should remember to carry a small day-sack, fleece jacket, waterproof clothes, warm hat, sunhat, sun-cream, water bottle, first aid kit and water purification kit. Besides, you can carry any other stuff you think is important.

What is AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)? Can I suffer from AMS?

Altitude sickness is one of the major problems you may face during trekking in higher altitudes. It is also referred to as AMS. AMS is a kind of dizziness due to failure to adapt to the surrounding.

A severe headache, nose bleeding, rapid heartbeat, instant respiration, nausea, vomiting, coughing etc. are the common symptoms of AMS. Your lungs and brain will be the most affected during AMS. If you get any such indications, you have to be immediately moved to lower altitudes.

The chances of AMS cannot be predicted exactly. It sometimes depends on the surrounding and on your diet as well.

I recommend you to take proper advice and medication regarding AMS before you hit the road.

What happens in the case of emergency?

If you get in an emergency, we are ready to reach out and help you anyhow. Plus, our guides are properly trained to tackle such situations.

In the case of physical problems, the guides will help you out with their basic knowledge. If a serious emergency occurs, rescue operation by helicopter is available. Their expenses will be recovered from your insurance company.

Additionally, you have to be mentally and physically prepared for everything that might come on your way.

What currency should I bring?

We advise you to bring US dollars/British pounds/Euros to pay for your visa, trip cost, and other expenses. Almost all the major currencies are usually accepted. But, it is always better to travel with US dollars.

What essential documents/items do I need to bring along with me?

You must bring a valid passport, a copy of your travel insurance, cash, necessary tickets, emergency contact numbers of insurance and family members and the required medications you will/might need.

Are your staffs fully insured?

Yes! Our guides, cooks, Sherpas, and porters are fully equipped and insured as well. They are all experienced and have adequate knowledge about trekking. You will surely have a great time with them.

Can I extend the period of trek?

The itinerary that we provide you is a type of guideline and a standard pattern only. So, the schedule can be modified according to your time and requirements. We provide both types of trekking, tea house, and camping.

Please do contact or email us for the latest updated info.

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  • Jeep and plane back

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