Eco-Community Cultural Trek - 14 Days

Eco-Community Cultural Trek is a relatively short trek that allows the trekkers to discover the untouched natural and cultural beauty of the Annapurna region. This is a peaceful and off-the-beaten-path trek newly discovered in the region.

During this Eco-Community Cultural trek, you’ll get an excellent opportunity to stay at community arranged homestay, where you’ll enjoy the company of the local people.

The most exciting part of this trek is the peaceful trail with less crowd. This trek is also perfect for those people who want to gain a fabulous first-time trekking experience in Nepal.

The major highlight of this trip is Mohare Danda (3,300 m). It offers spectacular panoramic views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchhare. Furthermore, you’ll also see spectacular sunrise and sunset views over the glittering peaks.

Besides the natural beauty, the rich culture and warm hospitality of local people will surely encourage you to visit this area again and again.

This Eco-Community Cultural Trek begins from Galeshwor of Parbat District and passes via Banskharka to reach Nagi village and Mohare Danda.

This trek is the best choice for those travel enthusiasts who have a short time to explore the cultural and natural beauties of Nepal. However, you also can continue to Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, at the end of Eco-Community Cultural Trek as the trail joins in Ghorepani and Ghandruk village of Annapurna region. You can also opt for some new trekking trail like Mardi Himal Trek, Khayer Lake Trek, and Karbakeli Eco Trek in the Annapurna region.

Let’s explore the untouched and unspoiled area of the Everest region and experience something new!


  • Full day sightseeing of UNESCO Heritage Sites in Kathmandu valley
  • Scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syangja and Pokhara to Kathmandu
  • Eco-community cultural trek in the Annapurna region
  • Visit famous Galeshwor Temple of Parbat district
  • Nagi village, the wireless internet village
  • Hike to Mohare Danda- one of the best vantage point for the panoramic sunrise and sunset views
  • Stunning and closer view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range from Mohare Danda
  • Experience the eco-friendly community-based accommodation
  • Experience the culture and traditions of Magar ethnic group
  • Walk via the peaceful trail and enjoy the natural solitude

Day 01Arrival to Kathmandu1,338 m-
Day 02Sightseeing in Kathmandu1,338 m-
Day 03Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara1,338 m6-7 hrs
Day 04Pokhara to Galeshwor Temple- Trail walk to Banskharka1,450 m4-5 hrs
Day 05Sightseeing: Bans Kharka1,525 m6-7 hrs
Day 06Bans Kharka to Dandakateri1,525 m2-3 hrs
Day 07Afternoon walk to Nagi village2,320 m6-7 hrs
Day 08Tour of Nagi Village2,300 m4 hrs
Day 09Nagi to Mohare / Bhuwane Danda3,330 m6-7 hrs
Day 10Return to Nagi from Mohare Danda3,300 m3-4 hrs
Day 11Nagi to Pokhara via Mallaj Lekhpant2,300 m-
Day 12Sightseeing in Pokhara1,600 m4-5 hrs
Day 13Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu and farewell dinner in the evening1,338 m6-7 hrs
Day 14Final Departure1,338 m-

Day 1
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu

Max Elevation: 1,338 m, Kathmandu

After your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, our representative will warmly greet you and transfer to the hotel.

After check in and some refreshments, you will attend a small meet up with your team guide and fellow trekkers. Our senior guide will give you a brief orientation about Eco-Community Cultural Trek.

After attending the orientation program, you can stroll around the nearby street and get familiar with the culture and lifestyle of Nepalese people. In the evening, you’ll join the welcome dinner at a Nepalese restaurant.

Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2
Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu

Today you’ll do a tour of UNESCO world heritage sites of Kathmandu valley. This sightseeing tour includes the Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. All these sites reflect the history, culture, religions, and customs of the Kathmandu valley. After completing the tour, you’ll get time to prepare for your trip.

Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 3
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara

Travel Duration: 6-7 hrs

Max Elevation: 1338 m, Kathmandu

On this day, you will drive to Pokhara to start the Eco-community cultural trek. This is a drive of 6-7 hours where you will have a comfortable stay on the tourist bus.

While in the evening, you can enjoy the dazzling lights and the wonderful touristic vibes in Lakeside.

Day 4
Day 04: Pokhara to Galeshwor Temple- Trail Walk to Banskharka

Trek Duration: 4-5 hrs

Max Elevation: 1,450 m

Today you’ll visit Galeshwor Temple, an important religious site located on the banks of the Kali Gandaki River. Many pilgrims come to worship Lord Shiva with great devotion.

After visiting the temple, you’ll start trek and head towards Bans Kharka village. It is a beautiful Magar village in the middle of the orange farm crossed by streams.

Bans Kharka village is famous for orange farming and honey production. So, you’ll get a chance to taste honey during your visit. You’ll spend a night at one of the village houses of Banskharka. You’ll eat dinner and breakfast at community dining.

Day 5
Day 05: Sightseeing: Bans Kharka

Trek Duration: 6-7 hrs

Max Elevation: 1,525 m

Today you’ll get a whole day to explore this beautiful village. The village offers excellent homestay facilities. The major vegetation of this village is Pine, Rhododendron, Chilaune, and Katus.

You’ll notice some unique bird species like Himali Kokale, Syal Pothari, Lam Puchhre, Nyauli, and Rani Chari. Likewise, you can also interact with the village people and observe their farming practices.

Later you can also enjoy the cultural program where you can enjoy the local dance with authentic Nepalese food.

Overnight in Bans Kharka at community lodge.

Day 6
Day 06: Bans Kharka to Dandakateri

Trek Duration: 2-3 hrs

Max Elevation: 1,525 m

Today you’ll go for a half day trek to Dandakateri to enjoy the panoramic view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

Along with indulging in the Himalayan beauty, you’ll also get a chance to interact with the local people of Magar community. While interacting with them, you’ll know about their culture, tradition, and lifestyle.

After exploring the surroundings, you’ll return to Dandakateri for an overnight stay at eco-community lodge.

Day 7
Day 07: Trek to Nagi village

Trek Duration: 6-7 hrs

Max Elevation: 2,320 m, Nagi Village

After breakfast, you’ll start your trek towards Nagi village, famous as “Internet Village.” It takes about 6-7 hours. Nagi village is famous for its organic farms and typical Magar settlement. You’ll walk via beautifully cultivated organic farms, where you’ll get a chance to talk with farmers.

Walking via beautiful landscape for several hours, finally, you’ll reach Nagi village for overnight stay. You’ll spend your night at one of the community homestays, where you would get wonderful opportunity to experience the culture of Magar people.

Day 8
Day 08: Tour of Nagi Village

Trek Duration: 4 hrs

Max Elevation: 2,320 m, Nagi Village

Today you’ll have a whole day for exploring Nagi village. While taking a tour of the village, you’ll witness some high-altitude farming method. You’ll also get familiar with the old settlement and unique culture and tradition of Magars.

This beautiful village offers magnificent views of Dhaulagiri I, II, III, IV, and V, Annapurna South, Nilgiri Himal, and Baraha Himal. Baraha temple, handmade paper production, and organic farming are other attraction of Nagi village. You can also visit the forest nursery and take part in the plantation.

Later in the evening, you can enjoy the traditional Sorathi dance of Pun Magars. Overnight stay at one of the eco-community homestays of Nagi village.

Day 9
Day 09: Nagi to Mohare / Bhuwane Danda

Trek Duration: 6-7 hrs

Max Elevation: 3,300 m, Mohare Danda

Today comes the most awaited day of this whole trip, as you’ll head towards the main destination- Mohare Danda (3,330m). You’ll pass via the dense forests of rhododendron and oak trees.

You’ll get the best views of snow-capped peaks while crossing the Himal pass. Here you’ll spot some rare wildlife like barking deer, mountain goat, pheasants, etc.

Mohare Danda is one of the best vantage points to observe the sunset and sunrise. In the evening, you’ll have an opportunity to see a beautiful sunset from Mohare Danda.

Once you reach the top, you’ll get the view of around twenty-eight mountains from Annapurna to Gauri Shankar range. You’ll spend a night at community homestay of the Magar people.

Day 10
Day 10: Return to Nagi from Mohare Danda

Trek Duration: 3-4 hrs

Max Elevation: 3,300 m, Mohare Danda

Today, you should wake up early in the morning for a sunrise view over Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range. After enjoying the panoramic view of snow-capped peaks, following the same trail, we’ll trek back to Nagi village for an overnight stay.

Day 11
Day 11: Nagi to Pokhara via Mallaj Lekhpant

Trek Duration: 3-4 hrs

Max Elevation: 2,300 m, Nagi Village

Today, we’ll head toward Pokhara via Mallaj Lekhpant in Parbat District. Enjoying the picturesque hilly landscape, you reach Ratamata. In the evening, finally, you’ll arrive at Pokhara.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Pokhara.

Day 12
Day 12: Sightseeing in Pokhara

Trek Duration: 4-5 hrs

Max Elevation: 1,600 m, Sarangkot Hill

Early in the morning, you’ll go for Sarangkot Hike to get an excellent sunrise view over Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range. After enjoying the sunrise view over the mighty Himalayas, you’ll head down to Pokhara.

Further, you’ll go for sightseeing of major landmarks of Pokhara city. You’ll visit Davis fall, Shiva cave, Fewa Lake, Bindabasini Temple, and International Mountain Museum.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Pokhara.

Day 13
Day 13: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu and Farewell Dinner in the Evening

Travel Duration: 6-7 hrs

After breakfast, you’ll wave a final goodbye to the beautiful lake city Pokhara and drive towards Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, you can take rest and do some shopping.

In the evening, you’ll join farewell dinner to celebrate the successful completion of the trek.

Day 14
Day 14: Final Departure

Today is the last day in your Nepal. Our representatives will drop you at the International Airport three hours before your scheduled flight time.

Trip Note: We can customize the trip according to your requirements. After the Eco-Community Cultural Trek, you also can opt for a cultural tour, jungle safari, river rafting, bungee jumping, paragliding after this trip. For further information, please contact us.

Cost Included

  • Airport pick up and drop off service by a private tourists vehicle
  • 3-star hotel accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Accommodation in tea houses during the days in a trek
  • All Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu half day sightseeing
  • Tour-guides for sightseeing
  • Airfare from Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu
  • Annapurna Conservation Area permits and TIMS card fee
  • A professional English speaking guide
  • All government taxes, VAT, and service charges
  • First aid kit box

Cost Excluded

  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee
  • International Airfare
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Personal gear for trekking
  • Extra baggage charges
  • Personal Expenses (Soft and alcoholic drinks, snacks, laundry, telephone bills, battery recharge, bottle or boiled water, shower, etc.)
  • Gratitudes to the guide and porter

Here is a comprehensive packing list for trekking in the Annapurna region. This packing list equally applies to all trekkers as well as all seasons and routes for the Everest Base Camp trek.

Depending on the number of trekking days, you can adjust the number of items for clothing and equipment respectively. You can use this list as a guideline. Please keep in mind that it is not necessary to have all of it. Also, since packing is subjective use your judgment to decide on what to take.

Moreover, Kathmandu is the great place to buy trekking gear at an affordable price. So, let’s take a look:

Important Documents

  • Valid Passport
  • Airline Tickets
  • Photocopies of Passport and 2 passport photographs
  • Visa
  • Travel Insurance
  • Enough Cash


  • Sun Protection Hat
  • Woolen Hat
  • Beanie or Headband
  • Balaclava or Buff
  • Bandana Scarf

Upper Body

  • Short Sleeve Shirt, moisture-wicking fabric
  • Long Sleeve Shirt, moisture-wicking fabric
  • Lightweight Thermal Tops
  • Down Vest
  • Sports Bra
  • Insulated Jacket
  • Fleece Jacket
  • Wind Jacket
  • Waterproof Jacket


  • Lightweight Poly-liner Gloves
  • Lightweight Wool or Fleece Gloves

Lower Body

  • Thermal underwear
  • Hiking Shorts
  • Hiking Pants
  • Fleece Pants
  • Lightweight Thermal Bottoms (seasonal)
  • Waterproof Shell Pants (Breathable Fabric)


  • Hiking Boots (waterproof)
  • Camp Sandals
  • Hiking Socks
  • Thermal Socks
  • Sock Liners (prevents blisters)
  • Gaiters

Rucksack and Travel Bags

  • Duffel Bag
  • Backpack
  • Daypack
  • Small Lock for Duffel Bag
  • Waterproof Rucksack Covers (optional)
  • Stuff Sacks for Dirty Clothes/Shoes

Sleeping Accessories

  • Sleeping Bag
  • Sleeping Bag Liner
  • Air mattress
  • Mat
  • Pillow (small)

Important Accessories

  • Walking sticks / Trekking Poles
  • Headlamp
  • Flashlight/ Torch
  • Sunglasses
  • Water Bottle or Hydration Bladder

Medical and First-Aid Kit

  • First-aid kit
  • Wound and healing ointment
  • Pain relief gel
  • Painkillers
  • Antibiotics
  • Antiallergic
  • Gastrointestinal tract
  • Electrolytes
  • Insect repellent spray
  • Water purification tablets

Personal Gear and Toiletries

  • Trekking Towel
  • Pee Bottle or Funnel (optional)
  • Small Locks
  • Waterproof Ziplock Bags
  • Sunscreen
  • Lip balm with sun protection
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Facial moisturizer
  • Hand lotion
  • Deodorant and Soap
  • Razor
  • Dry shampoo
  • Wet wipes
  • Disinfectant tissues
  • Toilet paper
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Earplugs
  • Sleeping mask
  • Cotton buds
  • Toiletries bag


  • Books
  • Notebook and Pen
  • Guidebook/ Trekrout Map
  • Travel Games i.e. cards, chess, scrabble etc
  • Binoculars
  • Plug Adapter
  • Swim Suit
  • Portable Solar Charger

Q1. Can I get Nepal visa on arrival or do I need to apply online?

You have the option of both. You can get on arrival tourist visa at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. You can obtain it at the airport. It is also available at the nearest Nepal Embassy.

You will need $25 for 15 days of tourist visa from the date of issue, $40 for 30 days, and $100 for 90 days. You might also need two photos.

You can apply online visa at .

Q2. Do I need travel insurance for trekking in the Annapurna region?

Of course Yes, you need to purchase travel insurance. Make sure your travel insurance covers trip cancellation, travel delay, loss/damage of baggage, medical emergencies, and medical evacuation as well. In case of any confusion, please contact us.

Q3. What are the extra documents I should carry?

Beside the visa, for trekking here in Nepal you can bring a copy of your insurance, your passport, and copies of photos (passport size) for the permits. Talking about the requirement of permits for trekking in Annapurna region, as this place has no as such restricted region, you will just need a TIMS Card and Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP). We will be dealing with all the process regarding the permits and card. You don’t have to worry at all!

Q4. Is trekking in Annapurna Region safe?

After the devastating earthquake in 2015 April, many tourists and trekkers have this big question in their mind. Though the earthquake heavily affected the trails, now it is completely fine. Despite the news of accidents, freak weather events, and occasions hazards are common.

All in all, Nepal is safe for trekking and so is Annapurna Region.

Q5. Is it economic to trek in Annapurna region?

As Nepal is fully set up well for trekking, there are abundant of affordable lodges and tea houses providing good fooding and lodging. Trekking in Nepal is cheap as they charge lower amount compared to other countries.

Similarly, trekking in Annapurna region is economical. The rough estimation for the normal expenses are as follows:

  • For the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP): USD 20
  • For TIMS (Trekkers’ Informational Management System) card: USD 10-20
  • For food and accommodation per day: USD 15-20
  • Trekking Guide per day cost: USD 25-30
  • Porter Charge per cost: USD 15-18

Q6. Do I need a guide to trek this region or can I go on my own?

Both of them are advantageous in their own ways. But hiring guide and porter is more enjoyable as you will have to bear less worries and heavy bags. With them you won’t have risk of getting lost and they will even help you in the case of any emergencies.

Q7. How long can trekking in Annapurna Region be?

This totally depends on the route you want to take, and the level of adventure you want to experience.

Some trek with the Annapurna region are as long as 20+ days whereas the short treks like Ghorepani Poon Hill, Royal trek completes within 3-4 days. Both have their own gig and enjoyment. It will completely depend upon your choice regarding time, finances, fitness, and interests.

As the Annapurna Region is fully functioning, the possibilities are almost endless. Annapurna Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit are two most popular routes with numerous trails around.

Q8. How difficult is it to trek in Annapurna Region?

This is quite difficult to answer exactly as trek in higher altitude can be hard even for physically fit people. But if you are fully prepared both mentally and physically then the journey will get easier.

Also, there are various level of trekking grade here in Annapurna. You have the option of easy treks like Royal trek, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek to strenuous trek like Annapurna Circuit Trek. So depending on your stamina, confidence, and experience, you can make your choice. This will make your trip more fruitful and enjoyable.

Also to mention, the itinerary you follow will determine the easiness of your trek. Design your trek in such a way that you walk a comfortable distance each day and have enough power to endure next day.

Q9. When should I go trekking in Annapurna Region?

Among 14 highest peaks (> 8000m) in the world, Nepal homes eight of them. And, about half of them lies here in Annapurna region. So, the stunning views of high massifs are for sure.

As Annapurna Region itself have many trekking options, different region lie in various geographical conditions. But as Annapurna region belongs to rain shaded area, most of its trekking options like Annapurna Circuit Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Jomsom Muktinath Trek can be done all over the year.

But if you wish more lush views and want to avoid unnecessary obstacles, spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) are the best season to prefer.

Q10. What is the condition of temperature and weather in the region?

Weather in high mountains is always hard to predict. This totally depends on the location, altitude, and time of year. Generally, the days are warm and nights are a bit cool.

Moreover, due to the Annapurna’s location, weather here is significantly different than other regions. Thus, the trekking region has variable climatic changes.

As the large portion of Annapurna is rain-shadow area, trekking is possible throughout the year.

The region takes you through sub-tropical region to the alpine peak section. Thus, you experience the every level of geographical and climatic zones.

The temperature drops as the altitude increases.

October- November

Being the busiest trekking season, the weather is calm and cool. The average day temperature is 14-17 degree Celsius and that of night is above freezing. With the crystal clear view, the chances of rainfall is very low.

December- February

The coldest weather period in the region is comparatively less preferable season climatewise. The day temperature is very cold and the nights are totally freezing. In this winter period, the days are even cloudy, dull, and dry.

Rain is not frequent but snowfall or avalanches are highly possible.

March- May

As this lies in the spring season, the average temperature is around 10 degrees Celsius and nights are below 1 or 2 degrees.

It could be hot at lower sections and even arid in some regions.

June- September

This is the monsoon period characterized by heavy downpours, huge mudslides, and crawling leeches. Though the rain does not really affect the region as most of them are rain-protected. The lower regions may receive 800mm of rain whereas the rate is 50mm at Jomsom and Marpha region.

Q11. What are the possibilities of getting altitude sickness?

The chances of having altitude sickness doesn’t relates with how fit you are. Though the effects of altitude sickness are mostly likely to come on when you’re above 3000 meters. It would be wise if you don’t ascend 300-400 meters per day after that altitude. This means short walk within couple of hours.

Always remember not to ascend too high or too quick. Also, good health, proper care, and drinking plenty of water are the obvious prevention ideas.

Moreover to be familiar with the heights, we have prepared itinerary focusing proper acclimatization. If you get any symptoms on the trail, then we will immediately descend to lower altitude. In the case of emergency, our professionals also provide medical support. Helicopter rescue is also available.

Q12. Where will I stay?

At Kathmandu and Pokhara, we will arrange a three-star hotel with breakfast included. Whilst on the trekking routes, for night stay, there are options of lodges, tea houses, or even camping. Amongst, the tea house is the most popular one. The accommodation will be simple, comfortable, and clean. They generally provide basic facilities with a mattress and a quilt/blanket. The rooms are either single or double bedded.

Here, in seasonal month, you may even have to share your room or sleep in the dining hall. Thus, it is better to carry a sleeping bar fulfilling your own sleeping requirement.

Talking about the latrine service in the teahouse, toilets are always outside the room with basic facilities. Most tea houses have western flushing toilet but in higher region the simple squat toilets are available.

Q13. What will I eat?

We get paradise of food especially in the cities areas especially in Kathmandu valley. We have a lot of restaurants with different cuisine in city but during the trek we get to eat from Continental and Nepali menu especially choices like Pasta, Pizza, Mo. Mo, soup items, Potatoes items, Dal Bhat, Hot drinks Tea & Coffee etc.

While there are many options and menus on fooding list too. From basic dal bhat to there are pasta, momo, curries, pizza, pancakes, porridge, eggs, and potatoes.

The foods are freshly cooked in the kitchen. There are different varieties of delicious Nepali and continental dishes. The local, daal bhat (rice and lentils) with some mixed vegetables is the best choice. Also, the garlic soup will help you with acclimatization.

To go vegetarian in the mountains is an excellent idea in every aspect.

Talking about drinks, you will find all common types of drinks like coffee, tea, hot lemon with honey, green tea, ginger tea, soft as well as hard drinks.

Good to veg all over the trek. Choose vegetarian dal bhat for lunch, a combination of rice, dal, and vegetables. They are real worth and healthy from all aspect.

Q14. What about drinking water on the trail of the Annapurna region?

You need to carry the means to purify water like iodine or a fine ceramic filters as the streams could be contaminated. You also have the option of bottled water but the disposal of plastic bottles is the problem.

We recommend the mineral water but boiled water is as always much preferable. That doesn’t make any harm to your digestive system.

Q15. What is the mode of communication while we are trekking?

For communicating, there are telephone in some village along the routes. They can even make international calls. Moreover, our guildes will carry the local mobiles. As the Nepali communication lines like Nepal Telecom and Ncell has good network coverage, you can have national as well as international call directly and easily.

Q16. What is the condition of charging electronic device on the trail?

As Nepal is a developing country, electricity on several trekking cities can be scare. Even in the trekking areas with electricity resource, you may face load shedding. Due to which you may have to pay 100-800 Nrs per hour to charge your gadgets and others. Same is the case in Annapurna Base Camp.

So, it is better to carry extra necessary electronic gadgets like power bank, batteries, torches, solar panels etc with you.

Q17. What to wear while trekking in Annapurna region?

This depends on where and which season you trek as not all treks are of higher altitude. But independent of your location, always remember to carry warm clothes like down jackets, thermals, and warmers. This is the preparation for unseasonable cold and unpredictable weather on your route. The above list on clothing and equipments will surely help you.

Q18. What type of preparation should I do for trekking in Annapurna Region?

Trekking regions are of various range. Trek like Royal trek are short and easy, whereas Annapurna Base Camp is of moderate range and Annapurna Circuit trek is comparatively hard.

Thus, an average people with moderate fitness is able to trek this region. No previous experience is even necessary. Though short hikes and walks are highly recommended. Also, some physical fitness programs targeting cardiovascular and strength training will make your journey more sophisticated.

You can go from normal swimming to stair training, pull ups, sit-ups, crunches, and even light weightlifting. The thing to remember is always listen to your body and don’t train over the limit.

Similarly, for mental conditioning, keep yourself healthy by following healthy habits. Keep yourself properly hydrated, have healthy intake like food rich in vitamins, proteins, and minerals.

Moreover, you can do some yogas and meditations to bring optimism and sooth your mind. It would be also useful to have conversations with trekkers who have already trekked the region. Also, keep on digging informations on your trekking region as much as you can.

Q19. What are the options and preparations regarding safety and security?

The foremost concern while trekking on higher altitude should always be safety and security. From the day of your arrival to the date of your departure, we are always there to help you by all means.

Regarding safety, we have remedial services like first aid kit, oxygen bag, etc. With trained staffs, you also can get remedy for in case physical loss or altitude sickness. Not to worry, we have full planned itinerary focusing on acclimatization to avoid unnecessary obstacles.

Helicopter service for emergency rescue is also available.

Q20. Are there tailor-made trips/program for trekking in Annapurna Region?

Yes, there is! Though we have pre-planned itineraries for all treks in the Annapurna Region, you are free to create your own. If you have any specific ideas on some regions or multiple treks or want to combine trips, we can surely arrange. So, send us your probable plans and we will work out on it.

Just contact us. We will be more than happy to help you in any way!

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Trip Facts

  • Annapurna Region
  • 3,300 meters, Mohare Danda
  • 9 Days
  • 2 to 10 persons
  • Moderate
  • 5-6 hours
  • Spring and Autumn Season
  • Pokhara

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