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Annapurna Balcony Trekking

Annapurna
Trip Grade
Moderate
Trip Type
Trekking
Maximum Elevation
4143M
Accomodation
Tea house
Destination
Annapurna
Best Time
Sep-May
Trip Start
Nayapul
Trip Ends
Kade

Overview

Annapurna Balcony Trekking

The Annapurna Balcony Trekking falls to the western region – Annapurna Region Trekking of Nepal. and this trekking is one of the most demanded for long time. Annapurna Balcony Trekking takes to trekkers to the foothills of the glorious Annapurna massif base camp. This is known as the goddess of plenty, the Annapurna region boasts of natural beauty as much as it does the culture. With many cultures coexisting together, this region is home to the Gurung ethnicity, hence the trek is also an opportunity to get a chance to feel and see their unique culture, hospitality as well as to experience their local daily lifestyle, tradition and religious life. Many ago life the era of Maurice Herzog, they used to do only camping trekking with full and plenty of camping trekking equipment. This tea house trek also offers majestic Annapurna massive view and Machhapuchhre (6997 m), making it just the perfect holiday adventure.

Annapurna Balcony Trekking starts in the beautiful city of Pokhara, from where you drive to Nayapul and start walking. Through dense forests of bamboo and rhododendron, you make your way to the vantage point of Poon Hill (3193 m) to witness the most stunning view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri massifs while their white tips are draped with the golden color of the rising sun. The trek then follows the trails through the forest to reach Machhapuchhre Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp, so that you can get majestic views of the giant Annapurna massif along with its surrounding mountains. During the trek, you pass many traditional villages and cross many suspension bridges which are a way of life in Nepal, connecting villages and people. This trek offers fantastic sunsets and sunrise from Ghorepani Poon Hill (3210 m). That’s why, many of people do only Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking in short period. This is also a great trek for photographers or photography enthusiasts and nature lovers to learn and practice ever for professionals.

We at Glacier Family Treks and Expedition, with more than a decade of experience, take care of all your travel needs. Our guides are trained in first aid and will answer all your queries as you move along the remote parts of the Himalayas. With us, you are sure to get the best services while traveling in Nepal.


Annapurna Balcony Trekking Highlights

Annapurna Balcony Trekking is also known as the Annapurna Sanctuary Trekking. It is a popular trekking route in the Annapurna region Trekking. While it is not as challenging as some of the other trekking in this area, this route offers breathtaking views of high mountains like Dhaulagiri I (8167 m), Annapurna I (8091 m), Annapurna-South (7219 m) and the most attractive mountain of the Annapurna Area – Mt. Machhapuchhre (6993 m) or normally Europeans know as Fishtail. Here are some of the highlights of the Annapurna Balcony Trekking:

  • Stunning Mountain Views: The trek offers spectacular views of the Annapurna mountain range, including Annapurna I (8,091 meters), Annapurna South (7,219 meters), Machapuchare (also known as Fishtail; 6,993 meters), and Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters). These majestic peaks form an impressive backdrop as it is live and natural museum.
  • Cultural Experience: The Annapurna Balcony Trekking takes us through the charming, authentic, traditional local villages inhabited by the the ethnic groups Gurung and Magar. You’ll have the opportunity to have an experience of unique culture, lifestyle, and warm hospitality of local people. You might even get to participate in local festivals and observe traditional ceremonies.
  • Rhododendron Forests: During the spring season (March to April), the trail is adorned with vibrant rhododendron blooms, creating a colorful and picturesque landscape.
  • Pokhara City : The Annapurna Balcony Trekking usually starts and ends in Pokhara, a beautiful lakeside city known for its tranquility and stunning views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre ranges reflected on Phewa Lake.
  • Tadapani and Ghorepani: These two charming villages are major highlights of the Annapurna Balcony Trekking. Ghorepani is famous for its sunrise view over the Annapurna range from Poon Hill, a vantage point that offers one of the best sunrise experiences in Nepal.
  • Natural Hot Springs: After a few days of Annapurna Balcony Trekking, you’ll have the chance to relax in the natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda, a welcome respite for tired muscles.
  • Easy to Moderate Trek: The Annapurna Balcony Trekking is suitable for trekkers of various fitness levels of people. This can be done with slow pace walkers to young children. Because local tea houses or lodges are available in every stops. It makes us well assured for the accommodation and availability of food during the trekking.
  • Tea house Accommodation: Along the Annapurna Balcony Trekking route, there are plenty of tea houses that provide basic lodging and meals, making it a comfortable and enjoyable experience for trekkers.
  • Diverse Landscapes: The Annapurna Balcony Trekking trail takes you through the lush forests of varieties of vegetations, terraced farmlands, and charming villages, providing a diverse range of landscapes to explore.
  • Well-Established and Safety Route: The Annapurna Balcony Trekking is a well-established route with many trekkers and local guides familiar with the path, ensuring a safe and enjoyable trekking experience.

Annapurna Balcony Trekking Itinerary

Day 01: Meet in Kathmandu, Hotel in Thamel.
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our team will warmly welcome you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel in the lively neighborhood of Thamel. Thamel is the most popular tourist hub in Kathmandu. It is filled up with numerous shops, restaurants, guest houses, hotels and trekking gear stores. You can use this day to rest, explore the local area, and prepare for the upcoming Annapurna Balcony Trekking.

Day 02: Drive to Pokhara, Tourist Coad, Check-in Hotel at Lake Side.
Today, we start a scenic and adventurous drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara, which takes about 6-7 hours. As we leave Kathmandu Valley behind, we gradually ascend to higher elevations and enjoy spectacular views of the Ganesh Himal, Manaslu mountain chain, and the Annapurna mountain range. When get reaching to Pokhara, check into the hotel at the back of Lakeside, which offers stunning views of Phewa Lake and the surrounding mountains.

Day 03: Drive to Kade and start the hike to Australian Camp (2,050 m), Landruk (1,565 m).
After an early breakfast in Pokhara, we take a scenic drive to Kade, the starting point of our trek. From Kade, we commence our hike to Australian Camp, which offers panoramic views of Annapurna South (7,219 m), Hiunchuli (6,441 m), Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) (6,993 m), and Lamjung Himal (6,986 m). Continuing our trek, we descend to Landruk, a traditional Gurung village, where we spend the night.

Day 04: Landruk to Chhomrong (2,210m).
Leaving Landruk, we make our way to Chhomrong, which involves a steep descent followed by a challenging ascent. The village of Chhomrong is situated at the base of the beautiful Modi Khola valley. Throughout the day’s trek, we enjoy the magnificent views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and Gangapurna (7,455 m).

Day 05: Chhomrong to Dovan (2,630m).
Today’s trek takes us deeper into the Annapurna Sanctuary. We pass through dense bamboo and rhododendron forests, and the trail offers glimpses of the towering Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and the Modi River Valley. Our destination, Dovan, is a serene settlement surrounded by mountains.

Day 06: Dovan to Deurali (3,230 m).
Continuing our ascent, we trek through the forested trail and gradually gain altitude as we approach Deurali. Along the way, we get mesmerizing views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Modi River Valley, and Hinku Cave. Deurali provides a picturesque setting for our overnight stay.

Day 07: Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) (4,130 m).
Today is the DAY that we reach the Annapurna Base Camp! The trail takes us through a narrow gorge known as the “Gate of Sanctuary.” As we ascend, we are surrounded by the towering peaks of Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Tent Peak (5,663 m), and Gangapurna (7,455m). The feeling of standing amidst these majestic mountains at the base camp is truly the Good.

Day 08: ABC to Dovan or Bamboo (2,630 m).
After a memorable sunrise view at Annapurna Base Camp, we retrace our steps back towards Dovan or Bamboo, descending through lush forests and terraced fields.

Day 09: Bamboo to Chhomrong (2,210 m).
Today is a kind of excited day because we get back to our previous camp Chomrong Village. We descend through the same forests of Bamboo along the way, you might get a chance to interact with up going tourists to share your experience of Annapurna Base Camp and views those you’d seen from. The towerizg Mt. Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machhapuchhre – Fish Tail welcome us back to the village.

Day 10: Chhomrong to Chuile (2,280 m).
Leaving Chhomrong once again, we trek towards Chhile. The trail provides different perspectives of the surrounding peaks like Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and Mardi Himal (5,587m). The lush greenery and serene environment make the trek a delightful experience.

Day 11: Chuile to Dobato (3,350m) via Tadapani (2,630m).
Today’s trek leads us to Dobato, passing through the scenic village of Tadapani. The trail winds through rhododendron forests, and if you’re trekking in the right season, the entire area will be adorned with colorful rhododendron blooms. Along the way, you will also get glimpses of Dhaulagiri (8,167m/26,795ft), another stunning Himalayan peak.

Day 12: Dobato to Ghorepani (2,860m).
As we approach the end of our trek, we head towards Ghorepani. The trail offers a mix of up-and-down hill sections passing through charming villages and cool forests. Ghorepani is known for its beautiful rhododendron forests and stunning sunrise-sunset views over Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna range.

Day 13: Ghorepani to Banthati and drive to Pokhara.
On the last leg of our trek, we descend to Banthati and then drive back to Pokhara. This is a more relaxed day as we have already covered most of the challenging terrain. Upon reaching Pokhara, you can rest and unwind or explore the city’s attractions and enjoy the lakeside ambiance.

Day 14: Sightseeing in Pokhara.
Today is dedicated day to exploring the beautiful Pokhara City. Visit to Peace Pagoda, Bindabasini Temple of hindu religion, Gupteshwor Cave, and Devi’s Fall including Tibetan Camp nearby. Take a boat ride on Phewa Lake or simply relax in the lakeside cafes, enjoying the majestic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

Day 15: Drive to Kathmandu, Hotel.
After breakfast, we drive back to Kathmandu, descending from the higher elevations. You can rest at the hotel or take a stroll through the streets of Thamel, doing some last-minute shopping or souvenir hunting.

Day 16: Visit Bhaktapur and Kathmandu Durbar Square and your shopping.
Today is a day for cultural exploration in historical cities of Bhaktapur and Kathmandu Durbar Square. These to of UNESCO World Heritage Sites are rich in history, architecture, and cultural significance. You can also spend some time shopping for traditional Nepali handicrafts and souvenirs.

Day 17: Final departure from Kathmandu for your further destination.
On the final day of your trip of Nepal, our team will transfer you to the airport for your final departure from Kathmandu for your further destination. Just keep on the cherished memories of the beautiful landscapes, majestic mountains, and the warmth and hospitality of its people from Nepal.


Annapurna Balcony Trekking Cost

Option 01: Guide and Porter Services Basis with Trekking Permit according to above itinerary-

  •     01 Person = 590 USD (For one person)
  •      02 Person =495 USD ( Per Person)

Above cost includes- 

  • 1 Trained, Experienced and English Speaking Trekking Guide.
  • 1 Porter which will be also experienced and enough strong carry 15 kilos for 2 clients.
  • Food, Accommodation, Local Insurance of Guide and Porter.
  • Transportation of Your Guide and Porter from Kathmandu-Pokhara-Kathmandu.
  • ACAP Permit.
  • TIMS Card (Trekkers’ Information Card)

And, those thing which are not mentioned, are not included. 


Option 02: Permit Porter-Guide Basis

  • 01 Person = 510 USD (Single person)
  • 02 Persons= 560 USD (Total Cost)
  • 03 Persons = 610 USD (Total Cost)
  • 04 Persons = 660 USD (Total Cost)
  • 05 Persons = 670 USD (Total Cost)
  • 06 Person = 720 USD (Total Cost)
  • 07 Person – 770 USD (Total Cost)

Note: Each time it’s added USD50.00 for ACAP and TIMS Permit’s.


Annapurna Balcony Trekking Package Cost

  •     01 Person = 1650 USD (Single person)
  •     02 Person = 1480 USD (Per Person) 

The Cost Included- 

  • Airport pick-up and drive.
  • Total 15 days food Three times (Day:02 t0 Day:15): Luch-Dinner-Breakfast.
  • Tea Or Coffee during the trekking in Cup System with during the food.
  • Tourist Coach: KTM-POK-KTM for the clients and Guide with Porter.
  • 1 Trained, Experienced and English Speaking Trekking Guide.
  • 1 Porter for 2 clients which will be capable to carry 15 kilos for 2 clients.
  • Food, Accommodation, Local Insurance of Guide and Porter.
  • ACAP Permit.
  • TIMS Card (Trekkers’ Information Card)

Cost excludes –

The above package cost does not include which are not mentioned above.


Best time for Annapurna Balcony Trekking

The Best time for Annapurna Balcony Trekking is during the two main trekking seasons in Nepal –


  • Spring Season-March to May :
    Spring is considered one of the best times for Annapurna Balcony Trekking due to the favorable weather conditions and blooming landscapes. During the Spring season, the weather will be generally clear with stable temperatures and mild weather during the day. Whenever it is mild and moderate temperature, it will be more comfortable for trekkers. Spring season (March-April) is also an excellent time for bird-watching as many migratory birds can be spotted in the area.


  • Autumn Season – September to November :
    Autumn is another best trekking season in the Annapurna region. The weather during this time is dry and stable, with clear skies and stunning views of the mountains. The temperatures are moderate during the day. The post-monsoon  period ensures that the trails are clear, and the surrounding landscapes are fresh and vibrant with full of greenery. The visibility will be enough clear for breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks and the Annapurna Sanctuary. Autumn is also a popular season for trekking, so you may encounter more fellow trekkers on the trails.

Both spring and autumn offer a wonderful trekking experience in the Annapurna region. It is essential to avoid the monsoon season (June to August) for trekking, as heavy rainfall and leech-infested trails can make the trek challenging and risky in monsoon. Similarly, the winter season (December to February) can bring cold temperatures and snowfall at higher altitudes, making trekking more demanding and hazardous. Therefore, spring and autumn are recommended as the best times for a safe and enjoyable and more memorable Annapurna Balcony Trekking experience.


Temperature of Annapurna Balcony Trekking

The temperature during the Annapurna Balcony Trekking varies depending on the season and the altitude of the specific trekking route. Here’s an approximate range of temperatures in degrees Celsius for different seasons and altitudes:


Spring (March to May):

  • 1,000 m to 1,500 m: 10°C to 25°C, above 3,000 m): 5°C to 15°C
    Summer/Monsoon (June to August):
  • 1,000 m to 1,500 m: 20°C to 30°C, above 3,000 m: 10°C to 20°C
    Autumn (September to November):
  • 1,000 m to 1,500 m: 10°C to 25°C, above 3,000 m: 5°C to 15°C
    Winter (December to February):
  • 1,000 m to 1,500 m: 5°C to 15°C, above 3,000 m: -5°C to 10°C

FAQs about Annapurna Balcony Trekking

Q: What is Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Annapurna Balcony Trekking is a scenic and relatively easy trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal, offering stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range.

Q: How long does the Annapurna Balcony Trekking take to complete?
A: The trek usually takes around 4 to 6 days to complete, depending on the specific itinerary and trekking pace.

Q: What is the starting point of the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: The trek typically starts from the town of Nayapul or Phedi, both of which are accessible by road from Pokhara, Nepal.

Q: What is the highest point of the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: The highest point of the trek is known as “Poon Hill,” which sits at an altitude of around 3,210 meters (10,531 feet).

Q: Do I need any permits for the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Yes, you will need the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card to trek in this region.

Q: Is prior trekking experience necessary for Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: No, prior trekking experience is not necessary, as this is considered a moderate trek suitable for beginners.

Q: What is the best time for Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: The best time for the trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is pleasant, and the views are clear.

Q: What kind of accommodation can I expect in Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Along the trail, there are tea houses and lodges offering basic accommodation with shared facilities. You can get a bed in a private room or dormitory-style.

Q: Is the trek challenging in terms of physical fitness?
A: While it’s not extremely strenuous, a reasonable level of physical fitness and stamina is recommended to enjoy the trek comfortably.

Q: What are the highlights of Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: The main highlights include the breathtaking views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges, sunrise over Poon Hill, lush rhododendron forests, and cultural experiences in local villages.

Q: Are there any altitude-related risks during this Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: The trek does not reach extremely high altitudes, so the risk of altitude sickness is relatively low.

Q: Are there any age restrictions for the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: There are no specific age restrictions, but participants should be in good health and able to walk for several hours each day.

Q: What clothing and equipment should I bring for the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: You should pack comfortable trekking clothes, a down jacket, a good pair of trekking boots, a hat, gloves, a backpack, and other essentials like a water bottle, sunscreen, and sunglasses.

Q: Is drinking water easily available during the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Yes, you can find bottled water at tea houses and lodges along the trail. Alternatively, you all trekkers use water purification tablets, Full boiled water that we can buy from the lodges or, we have to use electronic water purifier.

Q: Can I hire a guide and porter for the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Yes, hiring a guide and/or porter is possible and can make your trek more comfortable. They can assist with navigation, carry your heavy bags, and provide valuable insights.

Q: How do I get to the starting point of the trek from Kathmandu?
A: You can take a domestic flight or a tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara. From Pokhara, you can hire a private vehicle or take a taxi to Nayapul or Phedi, where the trek starts.

Q: What kind of meals can I expect during the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: The tea houses and lodges en route offer a variety of meals, including local Nepali dishes like dal bhat (rice and lentils), noodles, momo (dumplings), and western-style dishes like pasta and pizza.

Q: Are there any communication facilities available during the Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Most tea houses and lodges offer Wi-Fi facilities (often for a fee), and you can also find mobile network coverage in some parts of the trekking route.

Q: Can I extend the Annapurna Balcony Trekking to include other destinations in the Annapurna region Trekking?
A: Yes, we can do it! It is possible to extend this trekking with many other trekking in this region. For example- the Annapurna Circuit Trekking to Annapurna Base Camp Trekking and Annapurna Balcony Trekking with Khopra Mohare Danda Trekking.

Q: Is travel insurance necessary for Annapurna Balcony Trekking?
A: Yes, having travel insurance that covers trekking activities is highly recommended to ensure you are protected in case of any unforeseen circumstances or emergencies.


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Itinerary

Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our team will warmly welcome you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel in the lively neighborhood of Thamel. Thamel is a popular tourist hub in Kathmandu, filled with numerous shops, restaurants, and trekking gear stores. You can use this day to rest, explore the local area, and prepare for the upcoming Annapurna Balcony Trekking.

Today, we embark on a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara, which takes about 6-7 hours. As we leave Kathmandu Valley behind, we gradually ascend to higher elevations and enjoy spectacular views of the Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and the Annapurna mountain range. Upon reaching Pokhara, we check into our hotel in the Lakeside area, which offers stunning views of Phewa Lake and the surrounding mountains.

After an early breakfast in Pokhara, we take a scenic drive to Kade, the starting point of our trek. From Kade, we commence our hike to Australian Camp, which offers panoramic views of Annapurna South (7,219m/23,684ft), Hiunchuli (6,441m/21,131ft), Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) (6,993m), and Lamjung Himal (6,986m). Continuing our trek, we descend to Landruk, a traditional Gurung village, where we spend the night.

Leaving Landruk, we make our way to Chhomrong, which involves a steep descent followed by a challenging ascent. The village of Chhomrong is situated at the base of the beautiful Modi Khola valley. Throughout the day’s trek, we enjoy the magnificent views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and Gangapurna (7,455m).

Today’s trek takes us deeper into the Annapurna Sanctuary. We pass through dense bamboo and rhododendron forests, and the trail offers glimpses of the towering Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and the Modi River Valley. Our destination, Dovan, is a serene settlement surrounded by mountains.

Continuing our ascent, we trek through the forested trail and gradually gain altitude as we approach Deurali. Along the way, we get mesmerizing views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Modi River Valley, and Hinku Cave. Deurali provides a picturesque setting for our overnight stay.

Today is the highlight of our trek as we reach the Annapurna Base Camp. The trail takes us through a narrow gorge known as the “Gate of Sanctuary.” As we ascend, we are surrounded by the towering peaks of Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Tent Peak (5,663m), and Gangapurna (7,455m). The feeling of standing amidst these majestic mountains at the base camp is truly awe-inspiring.

After a memorable sunrise view at Annapurna Base Camp, we retrace our steps back towards Dovan or Bamboo, descending through lush forests and terraced fields. The journey allows us to savor the breathtaking landscapes and mountain vistas we encountered on the way up.

Today’s trek takes us back to the familiar village of Chhomrong. We descend through lush forests and terraced fields, and along the way, you might get a chance to interact with local villagers and learn about their culture and way of life. The towering peaks of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and Gangapurna welcome us back to the village.

Leaving Chhomrong once again, we trek towards Chhile. The trail provides different perspectives of the surrounding peaks like Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, and Mardi Himal (5,587m). The lush greenery and serene environment make the trek a delightful experience.

Today’s trek leads us to Dobato, passing through the scenic village of Tadapani. The trail winds through rhododendron forests, and if you’re trekking in the right season, the entire area will be adorned with colorful rhododendron blooms. Along the way, you will also get glimpses of Dhaulagiri (8,167m/26,795ft), another stunning Himalayan peak.

As we approach the end of our trek, we head towards Ghorepani. The trail offers a mix of uphill and downhill sections, passing through charming villages and dense forests. Ghorepani is known for its beautiful rhododendron forests and provides a perfect vantage point for sunrise views over Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna range.

On the last leg of our trek, we descend to Banthati and then drive back to Pokhara. This is a more relaxed day as we have already covered most of the challenging terrain. Upon reaching Pokhara, you can rest and unwind or explore the city’s attractions and enjoy the lakeside ambiance.

Today is dedicated to exploring the beautiful city of Pokhara. You can visit popular sites like the Peace Pagoda, Bindabasini Temple, Gupteshwor Cave, and Devi’s Fall. Take a boat ride on Phewa Lake or simply relax in the lakeside cafes, enjoying the majestic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.

After breakfast, we drive back to Kathmandu, descending from the higher elevations. You can rest at the hotel or take a stroll through the streets of Thamel, doing some last-minute shopping or souvenir hunting.

What's Include in Cost

    1. Airport pick up and drive according to itinerary and plan.
    2. 1 night hotel in Kathmandu on B/B plan.
    3. 1 night hotel in Pokhara on B/B plan.
    4. TIMS cards: Trekking Information Management System.
    5. Tourist Bus: KTM-POK-KTM
    6. Porters and guide with their wages.
    7. Insurance for guide and porters.
    8. Entry fee of Annapurna Conservation area.
    9. Land transportation according to program.
    10. Applicable Nepal government tax.

What's Excluded in Cost

    Those Things which are not mentioned in “Cost Include” Section, are not included in the given cost.

Fixed Departure

Equipment

Advisory

Inportant Things Required

FAQ

When you are up in the mountains in Nepal, we would suggest you to be ready for anything. Weather forecasts for Lukla are never correct and different sources will give you different information. If it is a really bad day in terms of weather, the airlines will themselves cancel the flight and you might have to wait till the weather clears. Yes, flying in high altitude is never easy, even on a clear sunny day, the plane might face turbulence because of the wind blowing from the mountains. But overall the flight to Lukla is very exciting and it’s an experience that you will never forget.

When you are up in the mountains in Nepal, we would suggest you to be ready for anything. Weather forecasts for Lukla are never correct and different sources will give you different information. If it is a really bad day in terms of weather, the airlines will themselves cancel the flight and you might have to wait till the weather clears. Yes, flying in high altitude is never easy, even on a clear sunny day, the plane might face turbulence because of the wind blowing from the mountains. But overall the flight to Lukla is very exciting and it’s an experience that you will never forget.

When you are up in the mountains in Nepal, we would suggest you to be ready for anything. Weather forecasts for Lukla are never correct and different sources will give you different information. If it is a really bad day in terms of weather, the airlines will themselves cancel the flight and you might have to wait till the weather clears. Yes, flying in high altitude is never easy, even on a clear sunny day, the plane might face turbulence because of the wind blowing from the mountains. But overall the flight to Lukla is very exciting and it’s an experience that you will never forget.

When you are up in the mountains in Nepal, we would suggest you to be ready for anything. Weather forecasts for Lukla are never correct and different sources will give you different information. If it is a really bad day in terms of weather, the airlines will themselves cancel the flight and you might have to wait till the weather clears. Yes, flying in high altitude is never easy, even on a clear sunny day, the plane might face turbulence because of the wind blowing from the mountains. But overall the flight to Lukla is very exciting and it’s an experience that you will never forget.

Review

  • star rating  Trek from pokhara - The trek was amazing. We prepared it by Mail with Dilu, and he is very professionnal and he answered all the questions we had.
    We met him at the... read more

    Mafalda76380
    May 19, 2019

    star rating  Family trekking in the Annapurna Range - Kathmandu and Pokhara visit for a few days, and 14 days trekking in the Annapurna Range with our kids (7, 9 ans 11 years-old).
    Amazing trip.
    Dilu is really an... read more

    Pathfinder565510
    March 25, 2019

    star rating  Two treks, a lot of great souvenirs - Super treks with great guide and boys team. Very knowledgeable about Nepal’s culture and montains, nice and warm guide.

    VoyageurTerrestre
    January 17, 2019
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    Hando90
    January 30, 2019

    star rating  Three passes and Island peak ascent - What an amazing experience... An explosion of nature, kindness (if you are advised and travelling with Dilu) and serenity.
    Thanks again Dilu, I really loved those days.

    CCdel555
    October 19, 2022

    star rating  Family trek! - Great trek with the whole family in the mustang valley! Wouldn’t want to do this with anyone else! hope to do it again !

    Melissa S
    January 24, 2019
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    MaxNier67
    February 24, 2023

    star rating  Great experience - Great experience with Dilu who has been very helpful, pro efficient and very nice !
    He helped us in defining the itinerary of the trek and took time to... read more

    Melissa_Pelanne
    June 26, 2022

    star rating  Dudh Kunda trek - flawless organisation, again ! - The Dudh Kunda trek was the second trek I have done with Dilu and his team, after the Langtang trek of 2008. My family has known Dilu for over 20... read more

    ronanroyer
    November 17, 2022
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