Annapurna Circuit is one of the popular trekking routes in Nepal. It is located from east to west in the northwestern part of Nepal. Every year thousands of adventurers come to visit this region. Annapurna Circuit Tour is also known as Annapurna Roundabout. The journey starts after a 6-hour drive from Kathmandu to Bissi Sahar.
After verification with TIMS and your permit, start our journey. Usually, people travel by jeep until Chami, but the road is unpaved and a bit dangerous. We recommend that it is best to walk because if you travel by jeep, you will miss a lot of great views of the landscape. Mostly, we walk on a slope and some places we have to walk on a ladder. Here we pass a beautiful forest on the bank of the Marciande River. Almost we walk along the Marsyangi River to Throng Phedi. Therefore, if you have time, the best option is baggage claim flights. Cafés mean that they are associated with excursions, you will find them on the way. We stop and have our breakfast, loach, dinner in the cafes. In the low belt of roads we will find attached baths.
On the first day we stop at Bhulbhule where we have dinner, accommodation and breakfast. After breakfast, we continue our trip to Bahundanda. On the way, we observe mountain villages, forest, mountain, green hill, river and animals. The chirping sounds of birds make our souls feel refreshed. It looks like a haven. We continue our journey to Jagat, stop for one night, cross Dharapani and then start seeing Annapurna II. On the way, we have our lunch and continue our trip to Pisang. We stayed one night at the place, and continued our way to Shami and another night to Manang. Here one day we must stop because of the high altitude.
Similarly, the trip will continue to Yak Kharka and the next day to Throng Phedi. Along the Annapurna mountain range it flows on us. You will not forget the views of these mountains – Annapurna II, III, IV and Ganjapurna. On the other hand, we can see Manasalu, Lamjung Himal and Throngla Peak. Sometime we may see people climbing Pesang Peak.