Annapurna Circuit Short Trek

Shortest Annapurna Circuit Trek

Trip Duration
8 Days
Trip Grade
Moderate
Max. Altitude
5416 m.
Transportation
Drive
Destination
Annapurna Region Trekking
Meals
Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Accomodation
Guest House
Season
Sep/Dec and Mar/May

Trip overview

8 Days Annapurna Circuit Short Trek

The longest Annapurna Circuit Trek is getting shorter after the road reaches Chame. Therefore it is possible to complete the shortest Annapurna Circuit Trek in 8 days.

We always aspire to offer updated and best holiday itineraries to our clients. Therefore, after the start of the road to Chame from Lamjung Besi Sahar, the Short Way Annapurna Circuit Trekking in Nepal is possible within 8 days. Himalaya View Treks is happy to become your trek companion. We will take you to the mystical Himalayas of Nepal around Thorong La Pass and within the diverse alluring Annapurna region of Nepal.

Usually, AC Trek is the longest trekking trail. We sent our travel planners the latest report about the scenario and trail conditions. Therefore, HVT successfully knitted the Annapurna Circuit short Trekking Package in Nepal within 8 days. Trekkers will have to take a bus to Chame and the local sharing jeep to Chame. Shortest Annapurna Circuit trek in 2024, Breakdown cost as per group size. 8 days Thorong La pass Trip Itinerary includes general route and minimum required days.

Shortest Annapurna Circuit Trek – Relish wilderness

Moreover, the walking activity starts from Chame and traverses through various quintessential hamlets. Trekkers will encounter countless mountain vistas like Tilicho, Manaslu, Annapurna III, Gangapurna, Chulu East, Chulu West, Pisang, etc. Trekkers will reach the Manang Village passing by Pisang Village. Acclimatization rest is in Manang. Trekkers will then head to Thorong Phedi via Yak Kharka.

The enthralling day of trekking is during the crossing of Thorong Pass. It is probably the most memorable section of the trip. Trekkers can get an outstanding view of mountains and landscapes. You will encounter the beautiful Lower Mustang area on the other side of the pass. The highlight of the section is the Muktinath Temple. It is the symbol of religious harmony. Moreover, trekkers will be able to understand the great combination of culture and nature in Nepal. Moreover, the Shortest Annapurna Circuit trek Itinerary leads you from Chame after a Jeep ride From Kathmandu. The trek required only 8 days From Kathmandu.

Short Itinerary

Shortest Annapurna Circuit Trek - 8 days Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Besisahar by bus and then share jeep to Chame  (2715 m 9 hours drive) overnight at tea house.
Day 02: Trekking to Pisang (3132 m 6 hours walking) overnight at tea house.
Day 03: Trekking to Manang (3341 m 5 hours walking) overnight at tea house.
Day 04: Acclimatization day, hike to Ice Lake, Overnight at same tea house.
Day 05: Trekking to Chauri Lather (3720 m 3/4 hours walking) overnight at tea house.
Day 06: Trekking to Thorong Phedi (3900 m 3 hours walking), overnight at tea house.
Day 07: Trek early in the morning from Thorong La Pass (5416 m 8 hours walking) to Muktinath (3900m.) overnight at tea house.
Day 08: Drive down to Pokhara by Local Bus (1169 m) 10 hours drive) overnight at your own hotel in Pokhara.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Chame

Drive to Besisahar From Kathmandu by Local bus and then sharing Jeep to Chame (2715 m. about 9 hours drive) overnight at comfortable tea house.

Day 02: Trek to Pisang

Trek to Pisang, via Dukur Pokhari through Marsyangdi River ( Pisang 3132 m 6 hours walking) overnight at comfortable Lodge.

Day 03: Trek to Manang

Trek to Manang, Via Upper Pisang and Ngawur Village, from Upper way you will able to see unforgettable Mountain Views. (Manang 3341 m 5 hours walking) overnight at tea house.

Day 04: Acclimatization Day

Acclimatization day In Manang, Today you can hike either Gangapurna view point or hike to Ice Lake. you can decide as you feel. Overnight at same tea house in Manang.

Day 05: Trek to Chauri latter

Trek to Chauri latter, Today is easy and short trek. Once you get hotel check in Room and have lunch and the hike to normally 300m and spent sometime there and back to hotel, this hike will make acclimatize you body and it help for nigh sleep as well good for next day. (Chauri Latter3720 m 3/4 hours walking) overnight at tea house.

Day 06: Trek to Thorong Phedi

Trek to Thorong Phedi, today also easy and short day, same as previous day, you can hike to Thorong High camp after the lunch and back to thorong Phedi and then prepare for Thorong La Pass (Thorong Phedi 3900 m 3 hours walking). overnight at tea house.

Day 07: Thorong Pheti to Muktinath Via Thorong La

Early in the morning 3:00 Am have some hot drinks and then trek to Muktinath via biggest Pass of the word Thorong La Pass (5416 m 8 hours walking) to Muktinath (3900m.) overnight at tea house.

Day 08: Drive to Pokhara from Muktinath

Drive from Muktinath to Pokhara by Local Bus (Pokhara 1169 m) 9/11 hours drive) once you reach Pokhara you can good bye your guide and porters. over night at your own hotel in Pokhara.

Included

  • Kathmandu to Chame and Muktinath to Pokhara by Local bus and sharing Jeep
  • All meals (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during your Annapurna Circuit Trek
  • ACAP permit and TIM’s card permit
  • Government licensed holder, fluent English Speaking, Familiar HVT guide
  • One assistant guide if Group sizes is more than 10 trekkers)
  • Strong local Porters for Carry trekker’s luggage One porter every 2 trekkers
  • Guide and porter wages including their meals, accommodation, and Salary
  • Staff insurance including medication coverage
  • Equipment for the Company staff
  • Water purification drop or tablets for safe drinking water
  • Seasonal fresh fruits every day during Annapurna Circuit trek
  • Oximeter to measure Pulse and oxygen level
  • Company T-shirt as a Souvenirs, and duffle bag if needed
  • Local government, taxes, including official Service Charge
  • Trip completion Certificate

Not Included

  • Hotel accommodation and meals In Kathmandu and pokhara
  • Personal expense (shopping, snacks, boil bottle water, hot (tea, coffee) and cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone call, battery charge fee during the Annapurna Circuit Trek.
  • Personal clothing and trekking gear
  • Personal travel insurance including evacuation coverage (compulsory) up to 6000m)
  • Additional costs if outside the itinerary
  • All the costs and expenses which are not mentioned in includes list.
  • Tips for guide and porters in end of the treks

Join Us Upcoming Trips

Book this trip with us. Here are the upcoming dates. Feel free to share this trip with your friends and family. For custom trips or general inquiries contact us.

Departure Date Trip Duration Price Status
02 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
05 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
07 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
09 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
11 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
17 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
19 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
23 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
25 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
29 March, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
02 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
03 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
05 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
07 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
09 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
11 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
13 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
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17 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
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19 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
23 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
25 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
27 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
29 April, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
03 May, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
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07 May, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
09 May, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
13 May, 2024 8 Days US$ 575 Available
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Useful Info

Annapurna Circuit Short Trek -  Key Highlights:

  • World's most popular High Pass (Thorong La Pass (5416 m))
  • Manang Valley
  • Lower Mustang Region
  • Muktinath Temple
  • Over 2 Dozen Mountain Vistas
  • Oldest Monastery & Thakali/Gurung/Tibetan culture
  • Green Lush Forests, Rivers, Waterfalls & Lakes

Annapurna Circuit Entrance Permit 

Annapurna Area Conservation Project ACAP Permit RS 3000 per person if you are from SAARC country then RS 1000
TIMS – US$ 20 per person if you are from a SAARC country then US$ 10

Is Annapurna Circuit your ideal trek?

Trekking in the Annapurna region is all about attitude. By its very nature adventure travel involves that you be prepared for the unexpected. In far-flung and developing countries do not expect the standards you are used to at home. Remote areas are sometimes unpredictable and itineraries may be altered. To enjoy your trip and get the most out of your adventure you must be flexible, positive, and eager to take on all the challenges that arise from your Annapurna Circuit odyssey. If you’re a greenhorn in the wilderness world then this trek would be ideal for you.

To truly enjoy this trip, you should be pretty habituated to walking 4-6 hours each day for several days on the go while some days will be relatively longer. We encourage you to walk at a pace that suits you without any rush whatsoever. This is a key aspect of enjoying such trips in the planet’s most popular region. You ought to be physically fit and an active walker to get the best of this classic mountainous journey.

General information important to this trip:

Difficulty levels

TREKKING AT HIGH ALTITUDES (over 3500m)

This trip includes strenuous trekking at altitudes of over 3500m. For us, altitude is a very serious issue, a result that has kept our records clean making us one of the best adventure operators in Nepal for over 30 years of operating treks in the region. Our trekking guests must be in excellent health and have high fitness levels to attempt this trip, as well as be committed to training to ensure you are suitably physically prepared for the tough challenges that go above 4500m.

Altitude sickness is a risk for anyone, including on the Annapurna, Langtang, and Everest Base Camp treks. Please make sure you familiarise yourself with signs and symptoms before you depart and monitor your health during your trek, without letting it worry you.

We advise all our guests to undergo a thorough medical with their physician before they embark on this trip.

Participating in a group trip

When you travel with a group you will find much camaraderie and all the fun and also there’s bound to be some of the frustrations of traveling in a group. Your group mates will probably come from all corners of the world and you will come across a range of age groups too. We ask you to be understanding of the various needs and preferences of your group - patience with your fellow travelers is sometimes required for the benefit of everyone's travel experience. Remember too that you have responsibilities to the group. If you are requested to be at a place at a certain time, ensure you’re on time without keeping the rest of the group waiting. Experience has taught us often that the very best trips we operate are those where the chemistry within the group works well - this requires a ‘give a little take a little’ attitude effort on your part. For privacy reasons, we are unable to provide you with contact details and any personal information about your fellow travelers booked on your trip before departure.

TRAVELERS who prefer going SOLO:

Our group trips are generally planned for shared accommodation and don't involve single supplements. Single travelers share with people of the same gender in accommodations ranging from twin to multi-share. Some of our itineraries have accommodation booked on a mixed-gender share basis [for couples or trekkers known to each other before the trip]. On a selection of our trips, you have the option to pay a single supplement to ensure that you have your accommodation (where available). Please note that this only applies to accommodation during the trek - pre-trip and post-trip accommodation will be booked on a single-room basis at your hotel in Kathmandu. We also have arrangements for guests who wish to trek completely solo out of the group.

Travel Insurance

when booking with Himalaya View Treks, it’s a condition upon joining any of our trips that all clients must be insured for comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please note that we don't arrange or sell insurance because such a system is not allowed in our country.

Our Cost versus the Experience

At Himalaya View Treks, we always go the mile to ensure our trekking guests get the best experiences of the trip with maximum comfort and safety on a ratio that goes beyond the cost that we charge for the trip. We provide a ‘no frills’ price with breakdowns to make sure our clients are getting the best for a cost that goes beyond all expectations

Tipping [an expectation on such risky arduous trips]

Tipping is very much part of the culture in Nepal and although entirely at your discretion, it is usually expected. Often people would like to tip in recognition of good service but are unsure how much would be appropriate in a foreign country - for this reason, we have listed guideline amounts below (these are intended as a guideline only and you may see fit to give more or less depending on the service that you have received).

For the tipping of your trek staff and your tour leader, we suggest passing an envelope for each staff member around the group so that everyone can put in what they feel comfortable with anonymously.

Normally 25% to 35% your guide and porters expect Tips that you paid for your trip in the company.

Acute Mountain Sickness [AMS]

When we ascend above 2500 meters our bodies have to acclimatize to the decreasing amount of oxygen available. So, to allow our bodies to adjust we have designed our treks in ways that help you ascend slowly, allowing acclimatization to occur when you go above the tree lines where the air is thinner. However, during the acclimatization process, you may experience some of the following symptoms.

  • Headache
  • Tiredness
  • Disturbed sleep patterns
  • Loss of appetite/nausea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Cough
  • Palpitation
  • Swelling of the hands and face

But if you feel such symptoms don’t let it worry because it’s normal. Individuals acclimatize at different rates. Some may experience symptoms, some may not. Your best strategy is to take your time and drink plenty of water. These symptoms may not indicate the onset of A.M.S.; if you experience them, it does not necessarily mean that you should not continue. All our group leaders have extensive first-aid training and we urge you to communicate with the group leader at all times should you believe you have any symptoms so that we can effectively monitor your symptoms as you go higher. The only cure for Acute Mountain Sickness is to descend. Please note, that your group leader has ultimate responsibility and may ask you to descend if symptoms persist. As a last resort, if matters grow from bad to worse, we always have a helicopter on standby for immediate evacuation.

A Typical Day on the Annapurna Circuit Journey

A typical day on the trail begins with a wake-up call at around 6 AM by your guide. Freshen up and get ready. Pack your belongings and head to the dining area for breakfast by 7 AM. Check your luggage for the final time and fill your water bottle before you hit the trail by 8 AM, along with your guide.

To avoid walking in the heat and enjoy clear mountain views, you make an early start. En route, there will be short breaks to enjoy the views and take photographs. You haul up for lunch at a local teahouse around noon or mid-day. After a quick rest of about an hour or 40 minutes, you get back on the trail and continue till you reach your overnight stop.

Upon reaching the stop for the night, you head to your teahouse, check-in, and have some rest. Tea with some light refreshments (cookies or biscuits) will be served at 5 p.m. As the rooms are not insulated, you can warm yourself with the heater or stove in the communal area.

Exchange stories or play cards with other trekkers and sherpas till dinner is served (around 7 PM). After dinner, your guide will brief you about the next day’s trek – the route you will take, the difficulties, where you will stop for lunch, etc. Afterward, retire for the night and have a well-deserved rest.

 

Equipment for Nepal Trekking

This section is intended to provide information on clothing and equipment requirements for Nepal Trek. It is not intended to be a final and authoritative checklist. For those who would like a more detailed discussion of these issues, we ask you to contact us at singbir@yahoo.com or via WhatsApp at +9779841146306

The following is a list of clothing and accessories that we recommend that you take with you. This is not intended to be a comprehensive clothing and equipment list, rather it is intended to act as a reminder of those items that we feel are essential for your comfort and convenience. However, we recommend that you may have your own personal preferences for clothing which may be equally as suitable.

Footwear: Equipment for Nepal Trek

  1. Walking boots with suitable ankle support that have been worn prior to the trek, and which are waterproof
  2. Trainer or casual shoes, for trekking and/or traveling
  3. Warm socks for colder areas
  4. Gaiters, in case of rain or snow

Legwear

  1. Loose, casual trousers for trekking
  2. Thermal leggings for colder areas
  3. Long skirts for women as an alternative to trousers
  4. Waterproof trousers

Body

  1. Selection of T-shirts, and long-sleeved shirts, preferably not cotton
  2. Thermal shirt for colder areas
  3. Warm shirt, possibly fleece, for colder areas
  4. Fleece jacket or warm wool jumper
  5. Windproof, waterproof outer shell garment for higher altitudes
  6. Down jacket (optional for cold nights & mornings; can be hired in Kathmandu cheaply)

Head / Hands

  1. Wool or fleece hat, or balaclava
  2. Hat or cap for sun protection while trekking
  3. Sunglasses or goggles
  4. Warm gloves

Other Items

  1. Strong rucksack or large hold all to be carried by porters
  2. Day sack to be carried personally
  3. Plastic bags or stuff sacks to store/separate trekking gear inside your main bag
  4. One-liter water bottle
  5. Personal first aid kit to include essential items
  6. Sleeping bag, 4 season
  7. Torch, ideally head torch
  8. Camera and film! – For those not-to-be-forgotten shots of the Himalayas
  9. Toilet items and towel
  10. Large handkerchief/bandana for neck

Optional Items

  1. Binoculars
  2. Books (see Recommended Reading)
  3. Altimeter
  4. Compass
  5. Playing cards/backgammon/chess set

Best Time of the Year

Trekking is possible at any time of the year depending on where you are going. The most popular seasons are spring (February-May) and autumn (September-December). Winter is very cold above 4000m. And high mountain passes may be snowbound, but it is good for trekking at lower altitudes. During the monsoon season (June-August), you can trek in the rain-shadow areas north of the Himalayan like the Mustang, upper Manang, and Dolpo. These places are out of reach of the rain clouds because of the high mountains and are unaffected by the monsoon.

Are You Already in Nepal? Do you Need to Help Booking?

If you are already in Kathmandu or Pokhara Napal and seeking to Hire a guide/porter or tour/trekking packages then you can directly contact an expert via WhatsApp at +9779841146306 Or visit our office:- Himalaya View Treks Kaldhara Marg, Kathmandu 44600, in front of the Kathmandu sport climbing center 1st-floor building.

 

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FAQs

  • Is it hard to do Annapurna Circuit Trek in 8 days?

    Yes, it is possible. Expert planning in designing the itinerary is needed for the successful trekking. Our travel planners have worked very hard during pandemic to shorten the circuit trek. The company invested in private research trek to knit the short itinerary. The itinerary consists of Manang Acclimatization too. Therefore, it avoids the risk of altitude sickness also. Don't worry and follow the instructions of the trekking guide. You will be able to complete the trek in 8 days.

  • What should i do before trekking? My Physical fitness status?

    Annapurna Circuit Trek is relatively easy trekking route except the day of crossing the Thorong La Pass. However, you need to be physically fit. We are challenging to complete the trek in just 8 days. Therefore, one month before the trek, do some gentle walking exercises. Cardio exercises are helpful. For example, do some cycling and long hours of walking/jogging.

  • What are things do i need to do besides preparing the physical fitness level? Eating Habits?

    Please avoid eating greasy food one month prior to the trekking. Avoid drinking beer too. If you really need to drink alcohol, limit to one - two pint. Make sure to do extra jogging or cardio exercises.

  • Do i need Travel Insurance for the Trek?

    Yes, Insurance is highly needed. In fact, it is mandatory. We are directly traveling to Chame which is 2600 m from Kathmandu 1300 m. Therefore, slight difficulty might appear. But the altitude effects start to appear only after 3000 m. Our travel planners prepared this itinerary in such a way that trekkers can avoid the altitude sickness risk. There is road network up to Manang but we will not travel to Manang on vehicle rather we trek after staying in Chame. However, you need to take the insurance as our trekking reaches as high as 5416 m. It is better as well as mandatory to do take the insurance.

  • What is the difficulty level of the trek?

    The trekking is moderate to easy. The only difficulty is while we trek from Phedi to Muktinath crossing the Thorong La pass. We have to cover 1000 m on this day. However, normal route is Yak Kharka to High Camp which make it easier to cross the pass. However, the guide will assess your condition. He/She will decide whether to push for High camp or Phedi. Besides this day, almost every day is easy walking trail.

  • How many hours of walking in a day?

    We will have to walk for about 6-7 hours in a day. Thorong La Pass Crossing day requires more hours which is about 7 - 8 hours.

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Trips Reviews

Ayako K
Ayako K
2024-01-23
Refreshing my heart The view was amazing! The tour includes Poonhill and ABC, so I had two chances to see the beautiful mountains. The atmosphere of whole trekking was also refreshing.
Ben W
Ben W
2024-01-22
Amazing Annapurna Circuit Trek Went with the Himalaya View Treks team on an annapurna circuit trek. One of the best experiences in my life! The team made everything super seamless. They gave us in-depth information about Nepal as a country and the culture. They ensured our comfort at each of the teahouses. And they took care of us if we weren't feeling well. Overall the team was so warm and fun-loving. I made lasting friendships with all of them and cant wait for my next trip. I would recommend them to all of my friends and family
Emre T
Emre T
2024-01-09
Highlight of Nepal I spent 2 weeks with Suraj in Langtang valley and it was hands down one of the best experiences of my life. Would highly recommend this company anyone visiting Nepal. Everything was very smooth, from the start to the end, with no logistical or communication challenges. Since he is a local and really knowledgeable about the mountains, it was great to see and listen to things from his experience (peaks, the history of the region, the stories of the people). We stayed with local communities on our way and it was amazing to meet people who have been in the region for the longest and connect over fireside chats and food. The mountains and landscapes we witnessed on a daily basis were jaw dropping. The trip was a clear highlight of my time in Nepal. If you want the real experience of the Himalayas and it’s people, this is the one. Phenomenal experience, miss at your peril.
Alejandro E
Alejandro E
2023-12-01
Everest Base Camp Realicé el trek del Campo Base Everest y todo fue increíble. Yo lo hice en solitario junto a mi guía Suraj y lo recomiendo 100%, muy atento y es un experto del terreno, sabe en todo momento como actuar si te encuentras mal o cansado y buscar una nueva ruta. La agencia me dio mucha seguridad en todo momento y me sentí acompañado en todo momento. Lo volvería a contratar una y mil veces. Gracias!!!
Wanderer05980112905
Wanderer05980112905
2023-11-29
Trekking Campo Base Everest noviembre 2023 Mi viaje fue increíble, mi guía se llamaba Suraj y lo recomiendo 100%. Viajar con una agencia especializada para el trekking al Campo Base del Everest ofrece beneficios excepcionales. Los guías expertos brindan amabilidad, atención las 24 horas y seguridad constante. Su conocimiento local y capacitación aseguran que los excursionistas estén cómodos y seguros, manejando posibles emergencias. La agencia se encarga de la logística, permitiendo a los viajeros concentrarse en la experiencia. Además, el apoyo y la orientación de los guías hacen que la travesía sea más placentera, enriqueciendo la aventura y convirtiéndola en una experiencia inolvidable.
Niko T
Niko T
2023-11-27
Amazing experience Another amazing trek with himalaya view treks and my guide sobit. The view was very clear and he had a great time reaching everest base camp. Looking forward my next trek in 2024 !!
Lukas T
Lukas T
2023-11-21
Amazing three passes trek with Himalaya view Treks We did the three passes trek with our guide Ram Gurung. It was an amazing experience. Our guide was very vriendly and always prioritised our needs and wishes. Everything was well organised and communication was clear and fast. Thank you for everything! Lukas and Hannah
Patrick T
Patrick T
2023-11-20
Unbeschreibliche Erfahrung Annapurna Short Trek Meine Frau und ich haben uns für eine „kurze“ Tour im Himalaya interessiert. Über das Internet sind wir auf Himalayan View Treks gestoßen. Sie haben die 8 Tage Annapurna Short Trek Tour angeboten. Die Kommunikation im Vorfeld per Mail mit Simbir lief super. Er konnte uns vorab alle Informationen geben. Auch eine individuelle Anpassung der Tour (z.B. per Flugzeug zurück) wäre möglich gewesen. Obwohl wir zunächst ein paar Tage in Kathmandu verbracht haben, wurden wir bei Ankunft von unserem Guide abgeholt und zum Hotel gebracht. So sind wir entspannt angekommen. An Tag 1 der Tour wurden wir früh morgens vom Hotel von unserem Guide (D. B.) und unserem Porter (Manoj) abgeholt. Tag 2-7 sind wir von Chame über Pisang, Manang, Ledar, High Camp über den Thorong La Pass nach Muktinath gewandert. Insgesamt waren es ca. 80km, 4.100m nach oben und 3.100m nach unten zu wandern. Tag 8 ging dann per Jeep zurück nach Pokhara. Trotz der für unsere Verhältnisse langen Strecke ging die Tour super zu laufen. Das lag vor allem auch an unserem Guide und Porter! D. B. hat sich stets nach unserem Wohlbefinden erkundet. Jeden Abend gab es einen kurzen Tagesrückblick und Lagebesprechung für den kommenden Tag. So konnten wir währenddessen noch entscheiden, ob wir an einem Tag etwas weiter laufen, um am darauffolgenden Tag etwas weniger machen müssen. Er ging da sehr gut auf uns ein. Manoj hat unseren schweren Rucksack getragen und wir konnten uns so ganz aufs Trekking konzentrieren. Darüber waren wir sehr dankbar. Auch er hat sich immer um uns gekümmert (are you ok? 😉) D.B. hat uns über den gesamten Trek viel Wissen über das Land und die Berge vermittelt. Außerdem konnte er uns viele interessante Bergsteiger Geschichten erzählen. Wir hatten 8 unbeschreibliche Tage! Unsere anfänglich Angst und Sorge, es nicht zu schaffen wurde uns durch den professionellen Umgang komplett genommen. Vielen Dank dafür!
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Quest48176041972
2023-11-16
Amazing guide company エベレスト街道で15日間のガイドをお願いしました。我々は友達と3人でしたがみんなに親切丁寧にガイドしてくれ大変助かりました。ルクラへの飛行機が天候不良で5日間も乗ることができずラメチャップ空港で困ってるときには偶然同じ会社の別のガイドとでくわし、飛行機をあきらめジープで行く方法を提案してくれブブサまで案内してくれた。また我々のガイドもブブサまで迎えに来てくれた。日程が厳しくなったにもかかわらず何とか目的地まで行く工程をくんでくれ、おかげで大変楽しいトレッキングとなった。来年行く予定の友達にもこのガイド会社をすすめておきます。
Niko T
Niko T
2023-11-07
Excellent treks We did 2 treks with himalaya view treks and with guide sobit tamang, first one to everest base camp with return by helicopter and second trek to poon hill area, everything was amazing and well organized. I really recommend this company and look forward my next trek in october

Olga Poltavskaya
Olga Poltavskaya
2024-01-05
We used the services of a porter guide from the company on the Annapurna base camp trek. Rahul was truly amazing! so helpful and easy! We really appreciated his looking after us, helping pick the best accommodation and break spots along the way, making sure we are warm and positive. Would strongly recommend Rahul for those trekkers who look for a devoted and switched on porter guide.
Mateusz Malzacher
Mateusz Malzacher
2023-12-19
We had a fantastic 3 passes hike thanks to the guidance, expertise and professionalism of Bishal Rai. He was a great trip partner, providing local knowledge and a sense of humor along the way. He even pointed out all the peak names to us many times due to our forgetfulness. Thank you and highly recommend Himalaya View Treks and guide, Bishal Rai.
Alejandro Espigares
Alejandro Espigares
2023-12-01
Realicé el trek del Campo Base Everest y todo fue increíble. Yo lo hice en solitario junto a mi guía Suraj y lo recomiendo 100%, muy atento y es un experto del terreno, sabe en todo momento como actuar si te encuentras mal o cansado y buscar una nueva ruta. La agencia me dio mucha seguridad en todo momento y me sentí acompañado en todo momento. Lo volvería a contratar una y mil veces. Gracias!!!
A Expen5ive
A Expen5ive
2023-11-22
Our Guide Rahul made sure that it was a pleasant Trek from start to finish. Very knowledgeable about the areas and always puts the safety and wellbeing of us first. When you book your Trek make sure you ask for Rahul.
Patrick Thumm
Patrick Thumm
2023-11-21
Meine Frau und ich haben uns für eine „kurze“ Tour im Himalaya interessiert. Über das Internet sind wir auf Himalayan View Treks gestoßen. Sie haben die 8 Tage Annapurna Short Trek Tour angeboten. Die Kommunikation im Vorfeld per Mail mit Simbir lief super. Er konnte uns vorab alle Informationen geben. Auch eine individuelle Anpassung der Tour (z. B. per Flugzeug zurück) wäre möglich gewesen. Obwohl wir zunächst ein paar Tage in Kathmandu verbracht haben, wurden wir bei Ankunft von unserem Guide abgeholt und zum Hotel gebracht. So sind wir entspannt angekommen. An Tag 1 der Tour wurden wir früh morgens vom Hotel von unserem Guide (D. B.) und unserem Porter (Manoj) abgeholt. Tag 2-7 sind wir von Chame über Pisang, Manang, Ledar, High Camp über den Thorong La Pass nach Muktinath gewandert. Insgesamt waren es ca. 80km, 4.100m nach oben und 3.100m nach unten zu wandern. Tag 8 ging dann per Jeep zurück nach Pokhara. Trotz der für unsere Verhältnisse langen Strecke ging die Tour super zu laufen. Das lag vor allem auch an unserem Guide und Porter! D. B. hat sich stets nach unserem Wohlbefinden erkundet. Jeden Abend gab es einen kurzen Tagesrückblick und Lagebesprechung für den kommenden Tag. So konnten wir währenddessen noch entscheiden, ob wir an einem Tag etwas weiter laufen, um am darauffolgenden Tag etwas weniger machen müssen. Er ging da sehr gut auf uns ein. Manoj hat unseren schweren Rucksack getragen und wir konnten uns so ganz aufs Trekking konzentrieren. Darüber waren wir sehr dankbar. Auch er hat sich immer um uns gekümmert (are you ok? 😉) D.B. hat uns über den gesamten Trek viel Wissen über das Land und die Berge vermittelt. Außerdem konnte er uns viele interessante Bergsteiger Geschichten erzählen. Wir hatten 8 unbeschreibliche Tage! Unsere anfänglich Angst und Sorge, es nicht zu schaffen wurde uns durch den professionellen Umgang komplett genommen. Vielen Dank dafür!
Daniel Weller
Daniel Weller
2023-10-17
Just returned home from a fantastic adventure holiday on the EBC trek. Himalaya View Treks couldn't of been more helpful from choosing and booking our trek before we arrived through to dropping us back to the airport once we had finished , nothing was too much trouble. Before coming to Nepal me and my dad was unsure if we needed a guide however we are now so pleased that we decided to get one. Sobit our guide made the experience so much better as he took care of all the arrangements and organising leaving us to concentrate on the trek and enjoy the scenery without any stress. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Himalaya View Treks and would request Sobit as a guide as he was brilliant!!!!
Patrik Penzeš
Patrik Penzeš
2023-10-05
Great experience! Our guide Bishal became our friend in short time and made the trekking easier. I am grateful to both Bishal and Simbir for this experience. I strogly recommend Manaslu circuit trek with Bishal from himalaya view treks!
Kapila Chandrabharathi
Kapila Chandrabharathi
2023-03-16
Simbir Thanks for organising our trek and accomodation And all the help you provided us throughout our stay Ram thanks for guiding us and for you patience And the Iron man. ( forgot his name) for carrying our load We will be back

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