· International and domestic pickup and transfer in Hotel,
· 4 nights in Kathmandu, including breakfast
· 2 days sightseeing in Kathmandu
Tour guide, lunch, 13% tax, all entry fees, and private car
· Deluxe tourist bus from Kathmandu - Pokhara - Kathmandu
· One dinner in Kathmandu,
9 days trek to Himalayan Sunrise trek including Australian Camp
· Assistant, (maximum weight to carry is 12 kg for female assistant)
· 3 meals per day, afternoon tea & snacks,
· Accommodation for the duration of the trek (2 persons per room)
· Annapurna Park entry and TIMS fees,
· Staff insurance, transport to and from the trailhead,
· Supply 75 litres backpack for the main trekking stuff, and trekking map.
· Total of two nights' accommodation pre and post-trek at 3 Sisters GH,
An early climb to the summit of Poon Hill (3030 m) to watch the sun rise across a magnificent Himalayan panorama. After breakfast we follow a long ridge through rhododendron forests to Deurali. We then walk through impressive river gorges with the chance to see Langur monkeys in the trees. Our destination is Tadapani (2680m)
We walk along a shaded forest trail, followed by terraced fields of maize and potatoes to Ghandruk (2170m). From here we have fantastic views of Annapurna South and Machhapuchhare. It is a major settlement of the Gurung, an ethnic group of Nepal. It is a very famous Gurung village with terraces and offers excellent mountain views. After arriving, it is possible to take a short walk to explore the village, visiting a cultural museum and monastery.
It is an easy walk of about 5 hours. You will walk along a gentle road path for the first two hours. There are two ways that lead to Australian Camp from here. One way is the walking track, which takes an hour and a half to ascend to Deurali and then another hour up and downhill to Pothana. Alternatively, you can take a 2.5-hour road trek to Pothana. It's another 1.5 hours uphill through the forest to Australian Camp.
This day hike is very relaxing and rejuvenating. It is an hour walk to Astam village. It offers 360 degree views of the entire Pokhara, Hemja, and Mardi valley with backdrop majestic views of the Annapurna Range offering one of the most spectacular places to view a sunset and sunrise in the Himalayas. We begin our gradual downhill trek through the chestnut forest with views across the Hemja and Mardi valleys, before we arrive at the village of Jijharka where we stop for refreshments at the local store.
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Annapurna ~Himayalan Sunrise Trek
Difficulty level : moderate
Sunday to Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm