Annapurna Panorama

The Annapurna Panorama trek is a breathtaking journey that takes trekkers through the stunning landscapes of the Annapurna region in Nepal. This shorter trek provides a captivating glimpse into the beauty of the Himalayas, offering panoramic views of majestic peaks, charming villages, and an immersive cultural experience.

The trek typically begins in Nayapul, a picturesque village located a short drive away from the lakeside city of Pokhara. From Nayapul, trekkers follow the trail through terraced fields, rhododendron forests, and traditional villages, gradually ascending towards the Annapurna region.

As the trek gains elevation, the panoramic vistas become increasingly captivating. The trail leads to viewpoints such as Tadapani and Ghorepani, where trekkers are rewarded with stunning sunrise and sunset views over the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. The sight of these towering peaks, including Annapurna South, Himchuli, and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), leaves trekkers in awe of nature’s grandeur.

One of the highlights of the Annapurna Panorama trek is reaching Poon Hill. This popular viewpoint offers a breathtaking panorama of the Annapurna massif at sunrise. As the first rays of sunlight touch the snow-capped peaks, the mountains are bathed in golden hues, creating a surreal and awe-inspiring spectacle. The sight of the sun illuminating the Himalayan giants is a moment that trekkers cherish and remember for a lifetime.

The trek also takes trekkers through traditional Gurung and Magar villages, providing a glimpse into the local way of life. Villages like Ghandruk and Landruk are known for their warm hospitality and rich cultural heritage. Trekkers have the opportunity to interact with the locals, learn about their customs and traditions, and perhaps even witness traditional dances and rituals. The traditional stone houses, intricate terraced fields, and the sound of children’s laughter add to the charm and authenticity of the experience.

The trail winds through lush forests filled with rhododendron, oak, and pine trees, creating a vibrant and picturesque landscape. During the spring season, the forests burst into a riot of colors as the rhododendron blooms in shades of red, pink, and white. This natural spectacle adds an enchanting element to the trek, further enhancing the beauty of the surroundings.

Throughout the trek, trekkers are accommodated in teahouses and lodges along the route. These establishments offer comfortable lodging and delicious meals, allowing trekkers to rest and refuel amidst the tranquility of the mountains. The teahouses also serve as meeting points for trekkers from around the world, providing an opportunity to share stories, make new friends, and foster a sense of camaraderie.

The Annapurna Panorama trek is suitable for trekkers of various fitness levels, making it an ideal choice for those with limited time or prior trekking experience. The well-marked trail, combined with the availability of teahouses, ensures a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

As the trek draws to a close, trekkers descend back to Nayapul, filled with a sense of fulfillment and an appreciation for the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Annapurna region. The memories of the panoramic mountain views, the encounters with local communities, and the serenity of the surroundings leave a lasting impression, creating cherished memories of this remarkable adventure.

The Annapurna Panorama trek is an opportunity to immerse oneself in the magnificence of the Himalayas, connect with the local culture, and experience the tranquility of the mountains. It is a journey that offers a glimpse into the awe

Trekking in Annapurna region

Group size of the Trek
Minimum one person
Maximum 12 person

Trek features : Best sunrise view from Poon -Hill spectacular mountain views of Annapuran ranges Rhododendron flowers forest, many types of orchids Hot spring Gurung & Magar cultural & practices.

Grade : Low to Medium

Elevation: Max. 3210 Meters. (Poon Hill)

Accommodation : Tea House/Camping

Food: Continental

Equipment List: The requirement of equipment is diffrent for each trek. these are common requirment of personnel things for most of our treks. Please feel free to ask for advice we will provide you the best suggestion.

Clothing and Equipment Check List

  1. Pair of T-shirts and half pants
  2. Fleece jacket and warm Trousers
  3. Raincoats & water proof pants
  4. Down jacket
  5. Thermal underwear
  6. Windproof jacket
  7. Fleece/wool warm hat
  8. Baseball hat or sun hat
  9. Snow & sun glasses
  10. Fleece gloves
  11. Socks – 3/4 pairs
  12. Socks- woolen
  13. Trekking shoes
  14. Ligh sport shoes
  15. Small rucksack for daypack
  16. Waterbottle (metal )
  17. Kit Bag medium size
  18. Trekking poles (optional)
  19. Sleeping bag down ( -5-10 degree)
  20. Flash light & batteries

Personal things

  1. Small kit bag (valuable things can put inside , pocket knife )
  2. Sun Cream & lip care cream
  3. Moist towels for personal hygiene

Annapurna Panorama Itinerary

Itinerary Day to Day (6 days trek)

Day 1: Pick up then transfer to the Hotel (1350m.)

Day 2: Full day sigh seeing tour in kathmandu valley.

Day 3: Drive/ Flight to Pokhara

Day 4: Half day sight seeing tour in Pokhara (850m.) &trek preparation. Trekking 6 days

Day 5: Drive to Nayapul by car/van/bus then start trek to Ulleri(1960m.) 5/6 hours gradual & steep up.

Day 6: Trek to Ghorepani (2875m.) steeps ,gradual ups through Rhododendron forest -4/5 hours.

Day7 : Trek to Poon Hill for sunrise view then back to Hotel then trek to Tadapani (2650m.) ups and downs 6-7 hours.

Day 8: Trek to chhomrong then down hill to Jhinu (Hot spring) Steep downs & ups hills 5/6 hours.

Day 9: Trek to Pothana (1700m.) 5 hours gradual & steep ups.

Day 10: Trek to Phedi then drive to Pokhara by car/van/bus

Day 11: Rest day in Pokhara Rafting 2 days & 2 night 3 days Jungle safari

Day 12: Drive to Damauli then Rafting in Seti River 4/5 hours over night in River Bank camp site .

Day 13: Rafting down to Gaighat then Drive to Chitwan National park

Day 14: Full day Jungle safari activities

Day 15: Jungle safari then Drive/ flight to Kathmandu .

Day 16: Rest day , shopping & farewell dinner

Day 17: Fly out or other activities. -

Annapurna Panorama cost Includes/Excludes

Annapurna Panorama cost Includes

  • Pick & Drop to Airport / Hotel in Kathmandu & required places
  • Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing with Tour guide.
  • Food (Breakfast , lunch & dinner with tea -coffee ) in Trekking guest houses .
  • Accommodation in trekking area guest houses twin sharing bases on the trek .
  • English speaking Government licenses holder trekking guide & Supporters
  • Staff food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment and medicine are included in trekking.
  • Primary First Aid Kits (For the first aid treatment purpose such as bandage , some medicine......)
  • Conservation area permit , TIMS & all the necessary official documents for trek.
  • Transport ; trek start & ending point by private car/van/ Bus.

Annapurna Panorama cost Excludes

  • Nepal entry visa fee and necessary documents
  • Flight fare domestic and international .
  • Food in Kathmandu or other cities .
  • Airport Tax in Domestic & International Airport & other taxes.
  • Personal insurance , equipment ,medical and travel insurance during the trek
  • Entrance fees for sightseeing/Monument /donation and some personal expenses.
  • Helicopter rescue charge in case of Emergency .
  • Staff tips and other personal expenses
  • Expenses burden due to Natural disaster ; such as bad weather , land slide
  • Bar bills such as; Mineral water, dessert , cola, beer, Juice & personal things

Annapurna Panorama

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