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Annapurna Circuit Trek

  Annapurna Region Trek , Nepal

4 Reviews


15 Days

Tour Type


Group Size



Tea House Lodge,Camping


Breakfast , Lunch , Dinner

Max. Altitude

5416 m

Best Season


Departure from



  • Exploration of the Marsyangdi River Valley, Manang Valley and the Kali Gandaki River Valley
  • Flora and fauna of Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Thakali cuisine on the rest day in Manang Valley
  • Crossing Thorung La Pass (5,416m)
  • Snowcapped peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges
  • Muktinath Temple as a common place of faith to both Hindus and Buddhists
  • Scenic flight to Pokhara and exploration of the lake city


Annapurna Circuit trek takes you around the Manang and Mustang region. It is rich in nature and culture. It is the most popular trekking region of Nepal. Many tourists prefer this trek to Everest Base Camp trek and Manaslu Circuit trek. It has been estimate that nearly one third of the trekkers coming to Nepal visit to do Annapurna Round trek.

You can experience the wonderful combination of Himalayan views and amazing landscapes. This region is named after the Annapurna Massif. Annapurna I (8,091 m) is the tenth highest peak in the world.

The Annapurna Circuit trail is about 128 miles long. In this trek, you have the majestic views of the Dhaulagiri Massif, Tukuche Peak (6,920 m), Gangapurna Peak (7,454 m) and so on.

Besides Himalayan view, trekking around Annapurna rewards you with the unique lifestyle, culture and tradition. The Gurung, Magar, Thakali and other mixed communities are living in this beautiful region since time immemorial.

The ancient monasteries, mani walls and chortens decorated with the prayer flags are the ornaments of Annapurna Circuit trek. The typical Thakali Cuisine has been an international brand of Nepali food. The uniqueness of this dish is that Nepali Daal Bhaat is served with the fermented green vegetables pickle with it.

The trials of this trek runs through Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). A large variety of birds and animals are seen while walking along the pine, oak, fir and rhododendron forests.

Muktinath Temple is another must-visit site during this trek. It is a popular pilgrimage site for both the Hindus and Buddhists. Every year, thousands of pilgrims from India and Nepal visit this shrine. The natural flame continuously burning with the help of natural gas is just amazing.

ACT Trek Map

Annapurna Circuit trek starts after visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu. Then, it takes you around the Marsyangdi River Valley, Manang Valley and Kali Gandaki Valley.

Walking along the quiet trails enjoying the mountain peaks of the Northern Himalayas gives you a different experience of Nepal. The flora and fauna of Annapurna Conservation Area are the other alluring factors that attract national and international trekkers.

Formally, you begin the trek from Syange and then moves ahead towards Dharapani, Chame, Pisang and Manang. After exploring the beautiful Manang Valley, you move further to Letdar and Thorung Phedi.

By crossing the highest place of this trek, Thorung La Phedi (5,416 m), you trek to Muktinath. You visit the Muktinath Temple and continue going towards Jomsom, the administrative headquarters of Mustang.

Next morning, you catch a flight to Pokhara in the morning. You can spend this day to visit the most touristic places of the Lake City Pokhara. Or you can drive to Kathmandu along the Prithvi Highway. Alternatively, you can also fly back to Kathmandu in about 25 minutes.

Around Annapurna Trek Itinerary

Annapurna Circuit trek itinerary ranges from 1 day to 22 days. You may wonder how you can do  Annapurna Circuit Helicopter tour without landing just in a couple of hours. Nepal Trekking Routes has designed 15 days package. You can also add up to the Nepal trekking package and extend the duration, if you have enough time to spend in Nepal.

Travelers can cut short the proposed itinerary or extend this to other regions as well. You can extend this trip to Ghorepani Poon hill trek, Ghandruk trek, Annapurna Base Camp trek, Upper Mustang trek, etc. In order to customize the trekking packages, contact us via email, phone call, WhatsApp or online booking system.

Annapurna Circuit trek Cost

Actually, the cost of a Nepal trekking package depends upon many factors like the duration, facilities you want and the permits you need to buy. You can have the aerial view of Annapurna Circuit just in a couple of hours. For this, you have to go Annapurna Circuit Helicopter tour without landing.

The trek duration ranges from 1 day to 22 days. This means, the cost of a 1-day package is obviously different from that of 22 days. Likewise, from Jomsom, you can either fly to Pokhara or drive on a private jeep or local bus. So, the mode of transportation also plays a vital role to determine the cost of this trek.

There are from basic to good hotels and lodges on the route of Annapurna Circuit trek. The cost of the basic food and accommodation differs from that of quality services.

You can fix Annapurna Circuit trek cost by consulting with Nepal Trekking Routes. Therefore, contact us for the details either through email, phone calls, WhatsApp or system booking services.

 Annapurna Round Trek Solo

As there has been no restricted area to include in this trekking route, you can do Annapurna Circuit trek solo. Solo trekking to Annapurna Circuit is also possible as it is completely a teahouse trekking. The trails of this region are in good condition because they are frequently traversed by the national and international trekkers.

But, we highly recommend you to hire a professional trekking guide and a porter to cover the distance. As you have to go across a 5,416 meters pass, it is challenging as well. You may not be able to find out the right and safe trekking trail as well.

If you hire a registered trekking guide, he helps you in case of altitude sickness and loss of the right trekking trail. More importantly, he gives you more details about the heritage sites you come across or see en route.

For an organized trek to Annapurna Circuit, book via a local tour operator located in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Nepal Trekking Routes is the one having 100% success history records.


Upon your arrival time, a representative from Nepal Trekking Routes will reach Kathmandu International Airport [TIA] to welcome and receive you. You will then be escorted to your hotel where you can refresh and relax and in the evening a welcome dinner program will be organized at a Nepali restaurant. Overnight in Kathmandu.

After enjoying morning breakfast, you will be picked by your guide from the hotel and take around Kathmandu for sightseeing. You will visit world heritage monuments such as Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swoyambunat and Bouddhanath. In the evening, our trekking guide will conduct a briefing about the trekking program before dinner. Overnight at Kathmandu.

We begin our long drive to Syange early in the morning. En route we get to enjoy the countryside of Nepal with its green hills, winding rivers, terraced farms and of course the mighty Himalayas. Overnight in Syange.

We enter Manang district after crossing a large bridge near Tal. The trail passes through barley, rice and potato fields and the waterfalls continue to accompany us even today. We also pass through the village of Kodo before reaching Dharapani which is one of the biggest villages in the Manang valley. Overnight in Dharapani.

Today we negotiate a few steep forested ridges along with several landslides on route to Chame. We should not forget to look up though, as we will be greeted with remarkable views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7,525m). We also come across small hot springs which should help us relax for a while. Overnight in Chame.

We walk through a steep and narrow valley to have our first view of Paungda Danda rock face, a dramatic curved rock face rising 1500m from the river. From here, we also gain excellent views of Annapurna 2 to the south and Pisang Peak to the north east. Next, we descend to the Manang Valley floor enjoying the captivating landscape. Overnight in Pisang.

From Pisang there are two routes to Manang. We choose the one which passes through Upper Pisang via Geru as it guarantees outstanding views of Mt. Annapurna, Pisang Peak, and others. As we walk near Manang the climate becomes more cold and dry. However, a short visit to Barge Monastery, the biggest monastery in the Manang District should cheer us up. Overnight in Manang.

In order to keep fit on the trails that follow, we keep ourselves busy today with a short hike to either Bhojo Gumba or Gangapurna Lake. If we have the energy, we can even hike to Vraga Village where we can visit the Himalayan Rescue Association which will give us some idea about Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Overnight in Manang.

Today we stay in Manang where we can do a short hike to ascent slightly higher to for instance Khangsar, which is a 200 meter ascend. It is important to have a relatively restful day today, to allow your body to acclimatize to the higher altitudes and thinning air. It also gives us the possibility to wash some of our clothing.

Manang to Letdar (4250) Trekking slowly upwards to Thorung La we will leave the large trees behind and see vegetation consisting mainly of scrub juniper and alpine grass and we will pass a few meadows where horses and yaks graze. After we reach Yak Kharka we will see herds of blue sheep grazing the steep slopes as well. About an hour after passing Yak Kharka we will arrive at Letdar (4:30 hrs)

It is an uphill walk to Thorang Phedi. After walking for some time we cross a suspension bridge and reach Ledar village. We ascend furthermore and pass through towering cliffs before reaching Thorang Phedi, the last village before Thorong La.  On this trip we are rewarded with one of the best views of Mt. Gundang, Mt. Syagang, Thorung Peak and Mt. Khatungkan. Overnight in Thorung Phedi

Crossing Thorong La pass, one of the highest passes in the world will be our ultimate objective today. We will be crossing the pass from east to west (Manang to Muktinath) which is the easiest and safest direction. We get up around three in the morning and walk up the mountain. When we finally make it to the top, we realize that our journey was worth it. We can take a few photos before heading to Muktinath Valley at the foot of the Thorong La pass. Overnight in Muktinath.

Trek  to Jomsom all the way down to Jomsom you will enjoy your day walk down hill up to the kagbeni and walk through the kaligandaki corridor  to the Jomsom

Drive to Pokhara/ flight to Pokhara

Enjoy a scenic highway drive back to Kathmandu which takes about 6 hours.

Time to go home and tell your friends and family of the fun and adventure had on your trek in Nepal. Or, you could extend your trip. We can arrange many other tours and trips for you, such as: Chitwan Jungle Safari, River Rafting Adventure, Scenic Flight, Cycling or even another trek in a different region. Nepal Trekking Routes would be both pleased and honored to be at your service


  • Airport pick-up and drop off service,
  • Trekking Guide and Trekking porter (Two participant=1 porter =Maximum 25 kg of luggage )
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, &  accommodation during the trekking and Kathmandu following itinerary
  • Sleeping bags, down jackets, duffel bags and trekking sticks if required,
  • Trekking permit of National park,
  • TIMS(Trekking Information Management System )
  • Insurance and equipment for the trekking staffs
  • First aid kit
  • Kathmandu to To Syange bus service via Beshishahar
  • Muktinath to Pokhara Publics bus service and Pokhara to Kathmandu Tourist bus service,
  • Three star level hotel accommodation while you are in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Tea house accommodation during the trek
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu with cultural program in typical Traditional Nepali restaurant
  • Arrangement of Emergences evacuation which is paid by your travel insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks, beverages, hot shower,
  • Travel insurance and international airfare,
  • Tips for Guide and porter (trekking staff)
  • Meals & hotel accommodation in Kathmandu (with out itinerary)

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The length of Annapurna Circuit trekking trail is almost 128 miles. To take a complete round of Annapurna circuit, you need up to 22 days.

Thorung La Pass (5,416m) is the highest point to go across during Annapurna Round trek.

Annapurna Circuit trek lies in the northern part of the beautiful lake city Pokhara in Gandaki Province of Nepal. It is a few days trek from Beshisahar, the gateway to Annapurna Circuit trek. It is also called Lower Mustang trek as it lies below the restricted area trekking to Upper Mustang.

TIMS card and Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) are the permits necessary for trekking around Annapurna. Our agency helps you manage these legal documents, so don’t worry about it!

As soon as you start climbing a place higher than 2,500 meters, there is always chance that you suffer from altitude sickness. In this trek, you have to reach as high as 5,416m, there is high chances for altitude sickness. Drink enough water; have enough food and rest as well as walk slowly by taking enough rest in the course of trekking to avoid this problem.

Annapurna Circuit trekking is completely a teahouse trekking as there are hotels and lodges that provide from basic facilities to quality services. But, if you want to have an experience of camping trekking, Nepal Trekking Routes is ready to help you.

The Annapurna Circuit trek is approximately 160-230 kilometers (100-145 miles) long, depending on the specific route taken and side trips included.

The highest point on the Annapurna Circuit trek is Thorong La Pass, which stands at an altitude of 5,416 meters (17,769 feet) above sea level.

There are no specific age restrictions for the Annapurna Circuit trek. However, it is recommended that trekkers be in good physical health and have the necessary stamina and endurance to handle the challenging terrain and altitude. It is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before embarking on the trek, especially for individuals with pre-existing medical conditions or older adults.

Previous trekking experience is not necessary, but it is highly recommended for the Annapurna Circuit trek. While the trek can be challenging, it is achievable for individuals with a reasonable level of fitness and determination. However, having prior trekking experience will familiarize you with the physical demands, altitude effects, and general trekking practices, making your experience safer and more enjoyable.

The trail on the Annapurna Circuit can get quite crowded during peak trekking seasons, especially in the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). During these months, you can expect to encounter a significant number of trekkers along the route, particularly at popular teahouses and high-pass sections. It is advisable to book accommodations in advance and be prepared for more crowded conditions during these seasons.

While there are some wildlife species along the Annapurna Circuit trek, encounters with dangerous animals are rare. The region is home to various animals, including langur monkeys, Himalayan tahr, and some bird species. In terms of insects, there may be leeches during the monsoon season, but they are not considered dangerous. It is advisable to take necessary precautions, such as wearing appropriate clothing and using insect repellent, to minimize the chances of any discomfort from insects or animals.

Both options are possible for the Annapurna Circuit trek. You can choose to trek independently or join a group. Trekking independently allows for more flexibility and freedom in terms of itinerary, pace, and decision-making. However, joining a group can provide additional support, safety, and guidance, especially if you are new to trekking or unfamiliar with the region. It ultimately depends on your personal preferences, experience, and comfort level.

Yes, there are emergency services and medical facilities available along the Annapurna Circuit trekking route. In some of the larger villages and towns, you can find basic medical clinics or health posts that can provide first aid and primary medical care. Additionally, there are emergency rescue services available in case of serious injuries or medical emergencies. It is important to carry a comprehensive first aid kit and have travel insurance that covers emergency evacuation in case of need.

For the Annapurna Circuit trek, essential equipment and gear include:

Sturdy and comfortable trekking boots

Warm and moisture-wicking socks

Layered clothing (including base layers, insulated jacket, and waterproof outer shell)

Hat, gloves, and scarf/buff

Backpack with a rain cover

Sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures

Trekking poles (optional but recommended)

Sunglasses and sunscreen

Headlamp or flashlight

Water bottles or hydration bladder

Water purification tablets or filter

Basic toiletries and personal medications

Trekking map and guidebook

Snacks and energy bars

Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

Portable charger or extra batteries

Money and identification documents (passport, permits, etc.)

Travel insurance details

Duffel bag or dry bag for storing extra belongings

Trekking permits and necessary paperwork

It is important to pack light but ensure you have all the essential items needed for a comfortable and safe trek.

Yes, there are numerous opportunities for cultural interactions with local communities during the Annapurna Circuit trek. The trail passes through several traditional villages inhabited by ethnic communities like the Gurungs, Thakalis, and Manangis. Along the route, you can visit monasteries, temples, and chortens, where you may have the chance to witness religious ceremonies and practices. Staying in teahouses and guesthouses run by locals also provides opportunities to engage in conversations, learn about their customs, traditions, and sample local cuisine.

Yes, it is possible to rent trekking equipment and gear in Nepal. There are many shops and rental services available in Kathmandu and Pokhara that offer a wide range of trekking gear for rent. You can find items such as trekking poles, sleeping bags, down jackets, backpacks, and more. Renting equipment can be a convenient and cost-effective option, especially if you don’t want to carry bulky gear or if you’re not planning to trek frequently.

The average cost of the Annapurna Circuit trek, including permits, accommodations, and meals, can vary depending on various factors such as the duration of the trek, the level of comfort desired, and individual spending habits. On average, you can expect to spend around $20 to $40 per day for basic accommodations and meals. The cost of permits, such as the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card, is approximately $40 to $50. Keep in mind that additional expenses may include transportation, guide/porter fees (if hired), and miscellaneous items.

Yes, there are water sources available along the Annapurna Circuit trail, including streams, rivers, and taps in villages. However, it is recommended to treat or purify the water before drinking it. The water from these sources may not be safe to drink directly due to the risk of waterborne diseases. You can use water purification tablets, water filters, or boil the water for at least three minutes to make it safe for consumption. Alternatively, bottled water is available for purchase at teahouses and shops along the route, but keep in mind that it may be more expensive and contribute to plastic waste.

To arrange transportation to the starting point of the Annapurna Circuit trek, you can either take a bus or hire a private vehicle. The most common starting point is Besisahar, which is accessible by road from Kathmandu. From Kathmandu, you can take a local bus or hire a private vehicle to Besisahar. It takes approximately 6-8 hours by road to reach Besisahar. Alternatively, you can also take a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara and then travel by road to Besisahar. It is recommended to book transportation in advance, especially during peak trekking seasons, to ensure availability.

In case of bad weather or unexpected circumstances during the trek, it is important to prioritize safety. If the weather conditions become unfavorable, such as heavy rain, snowstorms, or high winds, it is advisable to stay in a safe location, such as a teahouse or guesthouse, until the weather improves. If there are significant risks or dangers, such as avalanches or landslides, the local authorities or trekking guides may advise against continuing the trek or recommend an alternative route. It is essential to follow their guidance and make decisions with caution. Having travel insurance that covers unforeseen circumstances is also recommended, as it can provide assistance and support in case of emergencies.

Yes, there are several alternative routes and side trips that can be included in the Annapurna Circuit trek to enhance your experience. Some popular options include:

Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) Trek: This side trip takes you to the base camp of Annapurna I, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and glaciers.

Tilicho Lake Trek: A detour from Manang takes you to the stunning Tilicho Lake, one of the highest lakes in the world.

Poon Hill Trek: This short detour from Ghorepani rewards you with a panoramic sunrise view over the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

Muktinath Temple: Located in the Mustang region, Muktinath is a famous pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists.

Upper Mustang Trek: This restricted area trek offers a unique opportunity to explore the ancient Tibetan-influenced culture and breathtaking landscapes of the Mustang region.

These additional routes and side trips can be tailored to your preferences and can add extra days to your overall trekking itinerary.

Yes, you can extend or shorten the duration of the Annapurna Circuit trek based on your preferences. The trek can be customized to suit your time constraints and fitness level. You can add side trips, rest days, or explore alternative routes to make the trek longer. Conversely, you can skip certain sections or use transportation options to shorten the trek if needed. It’s important to plan your itinerary accordingly and make necessary arrangements in terms of accommodations and permits if you decide to extend or shorten the duration of the trek.

Along the Annapurna Circuit trekking route, you can find a variety of food options. Most teahouses and guesthouses offer a menu with a range of choices, including Nepali, Tibetan, Indian, and international cuisines. The common food options include dal bhat (rice with lentil soup), momo (dumplings), noodles, pasta, fried rice, pancakes, and soups.

Vegetarian options are widely available, and many teahouses cater to vegetarian diets. You can also find vegan and gluten-free options, although the variety may be more limited. It’s recommended to inform the teahouse or guesthouse in advance about any special dietary requirements so that they can make necessary arrangements.

It’s important to note that as you go higher on the trek, the availability of certain ingredients and fresh produce may become limited. It’s advisable to carry some snacks or energy bars for additional sustenance during the trek.

Yes, it is possible to do the Annapurna Circuit trek during the monsoon season, which typically occurs from June to August. However, trekking during the monsoon season comes with some challenges. The weather can be unpredictable, with frequent rainfall and cloudy conditions. The trails may become muddy and slippery, and there is a higher risk of landslides in certain sections.

While trekking in the monsoon season can offer lush green landscapes and fewer crowds, it is essential to be prepared for rain and unfavorable weather conditions. It’s advisable to pack appropriate rain gear, waterproof your belongings, and be cautious of the trail conditions. Additionally, some sections of the trail, such as the Thorong La Pass, may experience temporary closures or be more challenging due to snow or weather-related issues. It’s important to stay updated on weather conditions and follow the guidance of local authorities and experienced guides.

Yes, there are guidelines and recommendations regarding waste management and environmental conservation during the Annapurna Circuit trek. The trek falls within the Annapurna Conservation Area, a protected area that aims to preserve its natural beauty and cultural heritage. Here are some key guidelines:

Carry out your waste: It is important to carry out all your non-biodegradable waste, such as plastic bottles, wrappers, and other trash. Use designated trash bins or carry a separate bag for waste disposal.

Minimize single-use plastics: Avoid using single-use plastics like water bottles, and instead, carry a reusable water bottle and use water purification methods.

Use designated toilets: Use only designated toilets or sanitary facilities along the trail and avoid defecating in open areas.

Support local initiatives: Purchase locally produced and eco-friendly products, souvenirs, and food items to support the local economy and reduce environmental impact.

Respect cultural and natural heritage: Respect the cultural values, traditions, and customs of the local communities. Avoid damaging or removing cultural artifacts or natural resources.

Stay on designated trails: Stick to the established trekking trails and avoid trampling on vegetation or creating new trails.

By following these guidelines, you contribute to the conservation of the environment, minimize waste, and help preserve the beauty of the Annapurna region for future generations.


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1516 days ago

Had a Good Trip. Can’t wait to do another adventure of Everest base camp trek with Chola pass Gokyo lake trek.

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Lauren Harley
1858 days ago

I recently completed the Annapurna circuit trek at the end of March and am already dreaming of when I can come back! This was my second time in Nepal and again I chose Nepal Trekking Routes after having an amazing experience three years ago trekking to Everest base camp in a group.

This time, I was traveling solo and started with the goal to spend my 35th birthday in the beautiful Himalayas. Right from the beginning, Shailesh was very helpful in explaining the different routes and options and he frequently checked in to see if I had any questions or concerns. He was flexible when a friend wanted to join me for a few additional trekking days at the end of my trip and was happy to make all arrangements at short notice.

My guide Nawin and porter Binod were amazing; making sure I felt safe at all times and successfully made it across Thorang la pass. On the many challenging days I was grateful to have their company and expertise and I know I couldn’t have done it without them.
Nawin’s knowledge of the route and mountains is second-to-none and he happily answered my countless questions. Having a knowledgeable guide also meant that I could avoid the sketchier sections along the trial, knew what to look out for (falling rocks!) and know when to head off from the main road and onto the trail – all things which I imagine would be hard if you were travelling by yourself.
I always felt like I had options on when to stop and rest and an effort was made to ensure I had the best rooms and accommodation. It was also the little personal touches such as fresh fruit with dinner every day that made this trip so special.

The trek itself is amazing and I would recommend to anyone seeking adventure and beauty! The peaceful mountainscapes are forever etched in my mind and I’ll never forget the adventure of sliding down the mountain after the pass, looking out onto Annapurna II, seeing a huge avalanche (from a safe distance!) and the crazy-winding roads back from Muktinath.

Thank you Nepal Trekking Routes for providing me with an experience I’ll never forget – I can’t wait until I can return!!

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Ram A
1846 days ago

Words doesn’t really describe what was like to organize a trip with Nepal Trekking Routes Treks & Expeditions in an wonderful Himalayas of world famous Annapurna circuit trek! one of the best trekking experience as well as best Himalaya vistas which I never forget.Trekking Guide Mr Nawin is well knowledgeable with hard working and their warm hospitality impress me lots. Looking forward to booking a trip with them again and Highly recommend them for any kind of adventure trip in Nepal

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Nick Dune
588 days ago

I recently used Nepal Trekking Routes Pvt. Ltd for a trekking tour of the Annapurna Circuit. I must say that their service was outstanding from start to finish. The guides were extremely knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly. They made sure to always check in with us throughout the trip to make sure that we were comfortable and had everything we needed. The trek itself was amazing and the scenery was breathtaking. The accommodation was comfortable and the food was delicious. Overall, I highly recommend Nepal Trekking Routes Pvt. Ltd for anyone looking for a quality trekking experience in Nepal.

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