The Annapurna circuit is such a famous name among the trekkers in the central Nepal. The complete length of the trekking trail differs amid 160 to 230 kilometer, relying on where the motor transportation is employed and where the trek is concluded. Rises to a height of 5,416 meters, Annapurna circuit trekking touch the border of the Tibetan plateau. Practically all hikers trek the trail counter clockwise, and then the daily height gain is slower & crossing the high Thorong La pass is safer and easier. The mountain backdrop, observed at close quarters encompasses the Annapurna Massif, Machhapuchhre, Mansalu, and Tilcho Peak. The trekking starts at Besisahar and ends in the Kali Gandaki Gorge. Besisahar can be reached following a 7-hour drive from Kathmandu. The route passes along fields & into subtropical jungles, many cascades and huge cliffs, and many villages. Annapurna circuit has been often voted as the finest long-distance trek in the globe.

Typical trek duration: The trek generally requires about 15 to 20 days, departing from Kathmandu with a stop in Pokhra prior to coming back to the capital. The route is moderate to very demanding and makes several rivers crossing across steel & wooden suspension bridges. Lodges and tea houses along the route are accessible for meals and lodging. Relying upon the speed of the hikers, number & length of side trips & rest days taken. Acclimatization, climate and where the hike is concluded, trekking the circuit can take anywhere from 8-25 days. It’s also feasible to carry on from Ghorepani -Tadapani, Ghandruk, Landruk and then to Phedi, which puruses the ancient Annapurna Circuit from the time when the roadways wasn’t yet prolonged to Beni. Annapurna base camp trek and Everest base camp trek could be a very popular addition to the Annapurna circuit visit. This route turns to the north from Tadapani and rejoins the reunites the old Annapurna circuit at either Landruk or Ghandruk. A trip to the Annapurna base camp adds about five days to the length of the Annapurna Circuit, a little less than the usual trek length to Annapurna base camp, since hikers approaching from the Annapurna circuit are already acclimatized.

Annapurna circuit weather: While most of the Himalayas can’t be hiked during the wet months, a majority of the Annapurna circuit in fact sits inside a rain shadow. This denotes that it’s feasible to hike most parts of the circuit throughout the years, encompassing the monsoon period. Hiking during the wet months is often inspired as trekkers ignore the heavy tourists that jam packs the summer months.