I met Sappa on my first trek in Nepal in 2008. On this trek I was accompanied by my two sons. From our initial meeting at the airport we knew that we were in good hands for whatever awaited us on our trek. We found Sappa to be an excellent, experienced and knowledgeable guide. He was very attentive to our needs and ensured that our trek was trouble free. His Read More+

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We took an 11-day trekking trip with Sappa and a porter in the Langtang and Helambu region in Mai 2011. We entered Langtang valley at Syabrubesi, trekked up to Kyanjin Gompa and continued to Helambu via Gosaikunda lake and the Lauribina La pass. The trek was wonderful. It leads through different. Read More +

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"I trekked with Sappa to EBC in 2007. We were introduced to him by three groups of friends who had each trekked with him before on the others' recommendation. They were not wrong. Sappa ensured we were comfortable and from the moment we arrived in Nepal. Organising everything from transport to our hotel to making sure I'd all the gear needed for our trek. He even wanted to carry my pack! during the trek the high level of service continued. Read More+

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Annapurna Circuit Trek

 

The classic Annapurna Circuit trek first became accessible to the world of adventure travelers as recently as 1977, when the Nepalese Government derestricted the Manang Valley, which had previously been closed on account of its proximity to the Tibetan border. Providing a combination of spectacular high mountain scenery, picturesque lowland farms and villages, a wealth of cultural interest and a challenging pass crossing, the Annapurna Circuit trek is justifiably popular. Having carefully reworked the itinerary, we can now offer this world-famous trek within a 3-week period. After a sightseeing day in colourful Kathmandu, we start out from Besisahar, ascending the surprisingly wild and unspoiled Marsyangdi Valley to reach the north side of the Annapurna Massif. In terms of its sheer scale, the valley of the Marsyangdi is surpassed only by the valley of the Kali Gandaki which we trek through on the second part of this exceptional trip.

 

Throughout our walk, we enjoy regular contact with friendly villagers, as well as everchanging panoramas of some of the world's greatest peaks, including Manaslu and the Annapurnas. Even from Pokhara, the views are tremendous, with Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I and Manaslu dominating the northern skyline. Travelling from the Hindu-dominated farmland of Nepal's "middle hills" into the high alpine world on the north side of the Annapurnas, which is the domain of Tibetan Buddhism, this trip also offers exposure to the whole range of trekking environments for which Nepal is famous. Beyond the Tibetan Buddhist village of Manang, the high point of the trip is reached after a stamina-sapping ascent to the Thorung La (5416m.).

 

We then descend to the deep valley of the Kali Gadaki, where a wealth of new experiences awaits us – the first of which is the bizarre collection of temples at Muktinath, at the base of the pass. Trekking through the Kali Gandaki Valley for 4 quite leisurely days, we then climb to cross the ridge at Ghorepani and make the traditional excursion to Poon Hill for spectacular dawn views of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurnas. Finally, arriving at Nepal's second city of Pokhara, there is time to enjoy the splendid Fish Tail Lodge with its magical views of the Annapurnas, reflected in the waters of Phewa Tal.


Day to Day Itinerary

 

Day -01: Arrive in Kathmandu International airport meet (NEAT) airport representative Assist and transfer to selected hotel.

 

Day-02: Kathmandu sightseeing

 

Day-03: Drive to Besisahar (823m 180 km. 6/7 hours)

 

Day-04: Trek to Bahundanda 1311m 6/7 hours.

 

Day-05: Trek to Taal 2130m 6/7 hours

 

Day-06: Trek to Kodo 2540 mtrs /7 hours

 

Day-07: Chame to Pisang: 3185 m 5/6 hour

 

Day-08: Trek to Manang 3,351m. 6 hours

 

Day-09: Rest Day for acclimatization and explore to Millarepa cave.

 

Day-10: Trek to Yak Kharka 4120m 5 hours.

 

Day-11: Trek to Thorang Phedi 4,560m 4 hours

 

Day-12: Over Thorang La 5,416m to Muktinath 3,802m 9 hours.

 

Day-13: Trek to Marpha 2640m 6 hours

 

Day-14: Trek to Ghasa 2,012m 6/7 hours.

 

Day-15: Trek to Tatopani 1,189m 6 hours.

 

Day-16: Trek Ghorepani 2,853m 8 hours.

 

Day-17: Visit Pun Hill 3210m, trek to Tadapani 2,650m 5 hours.

 

Day-18: Trek to Ghandrung 1951m 3 hours.

 

Day-19: Trek to Deurali 1650m 6/7 hours.

 

Day-20: Trek to Phedi 4 hours, drive to Pokhara 30 minutes 915m

 

Day- 21: Drive to Kathmandu 202km 7/8 hours ( if any wish to fly also possible on extra cost US$ 79.00 (25 minutes flight)

 

Day- 22: Free Day in Kathmandu (shopping)

 

Day- 23: Depart Kathmandu
Transfer to Inernational Airport and Departure to onward journey.

 

The above price include:

International Airport pick up & drop off service by private vehicle
Kathmandu valley sightseeing by privite vehicle
4 nights accommodation with breakfast at deluxe hotel in Kathmandu. ( 3/4 Star)
Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with Tea & coffee during the trek.
The best lodge accommodation during the trek.
All applicable trek permits.
Trek leader for entire tour (above 12 pax)
One English speaking goverment registered guide and support scalled Sherpa crews

All expenses for staffs.
Equipment like down jacket, sleeping bag with extra linner, water boddle
Iodine purify drinking water
All the transportation by tourist / local bus
1 night accommodation in Pokhara (Tourist Standard, hotel / Guest house)

 

The above price doesn't include:

Meals while in Kathmandu - allow apppr US$ 10 - US$ 15 per day.
Travel insurance for personal
Nepal entry visa fee US$ 30 (duration 60 days from date of issue)- you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport - Kathmandu.
Disembarkation Airport Tax in Nepal - approx. US$ 24.
Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry.
Tips for trekking staffs, driver etc