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Panorama Family Trekking

Annapurna
Trip Grade
Easy
Trip Type
Trekking
Maximum Elevation
1960M
Accomodation
Local Lodge
Destination
Annapurna
Best Time
Sep-May
Trip Start
Kaski
Trip Ends
Kade

Overview

Panorama Family Trekking

Panorama Family Trekking is a short and easy trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal, which is perfect for families with young children. This trekking route leads us through some traditional villages of ethnic group of Gurung and Magar. There are some people from another caste system family which are normally Brahmins and Chhetri. There are some villages which are very famous villages- the Ghandruk and Landruk Gurung villages. These both villages are Gurung ethnic family villages. So, Gurung is one ethnic group of Nepal. Gurung people are very famous in British Gorkhas Regiment because of their bravery. On the way to Panorama Family Trekking, we pass through another beautiful place- the Australian camp, offes a mind-blowing mountain views, views over Pokhara city. Specially, we’ll be surrounded by white snowcapped views of Annapurna South (7219 m), Hiuchuli (6441 m), Machhapuchre (6993 m), and Mardi Himal, Dhaulagiri I (8167 m) which are the major attractions of the Panorama Family Trekking. This trekking is a perfect for young children or low paced trekkers who want to explore the beauty of the Annapurna region Trekking.

This Panorama Family Trekking is designed for Children Trekking which crosses Naypul, Banthati, Ghorepani-Poon Hill, Tadapani and Ghandruk-Landruk Villages in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It offers a short and easy trekking route that is perfect for families with younger children. The trek passes through different villages to offer a glimpse giant Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains chains, local culture and way of living in daily life of local people from this region.

As you trek through the winding paths, you will pass through some particular villages such as Ghandruk Gurung village, Landruk Gurung village, and the Australian camp. The trek offers a spectacular view of the Annapurna South, standing tall at 7219 meters, Hiuchuli at 6441 meters, the holy mountain Machhapuchre at 6996 meters, Mardi Himal, and many other attractions of the Nepal Himalayas. The the typical settlement of the Gurung village at Ghandruk, Typical Magar Village of Ulleri and modernized junction of Ghorepani villages, rituals of local people and religions of the ethnic groups will be seen during this trekking.

This Panorama Family Trekking is a famous short trek for them who are looking a trekking in Nepal with younger children. The trek offers a comfortable and easy trekking route. It serves naturally beautiful scenery. During this Panorama Family Trekking, normally lodges are available in each steps. So, there is nothing to worry about the Food and Accommodation for entire trekking.


Panorama Family Trekking Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Nepal in Kathmandu!
Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal. Welcomed at the airport of Kathmandu! We transfer to hotel. A short talk about the entire trekking and program.

Day 2: Kathmandu to Pokhara.
After breakfast, either take a domestic flight or drive to Pokhara. If we take land transpiration to Pokhara, it will be enjoyable drive which offers glimpses of rural life and varied landscapes. Upon reaching Pokhara, check into your hotel and have some free time to explore the lakeside area.

Day 3: Pokhara to Ulleri (2,020 meters)
After breakfast, take a scenic drive to Nayapul, the starting point of the trek. From Nayapul, start your trek to Ulleri, a beautiful village situated at an altitude of 2,020 meters. The trail passes through the charming villages. It provides a glimpse of the stunning Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains.

Day 4: Ulleri to Ghorepani (2,860 meters)
Today, we hike from Ulleri to Ghorepani. It gradually ascends through rhododendron and Oak forests. During the spring season, Rhododendron and Orchids bloom up. Ghorepani offers spectacular views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges.

Day 5: Hike to Poon Hill (3,210 meters) – Back to Ghorepani – Trek to Dobato (3,350 meters)
Early in the morning, hike up to Poon Hill to witness a breathtaking sunrise over the Himalayas. Poon Hill, a vantage point at 3,210 meters, mesmerizes trekkers with its spellbinding panoramas of the majestic Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.. After capturing the mesmerizing views, return to Ghorepani for breakfast and then continue the trek to Dobato, where you’ll spend the night.

Day 6: Dobata to Tadapani (2,590 meters)
Trek from Chistibung to Tadapani, which offers more breathtaking views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains. The Stunning views of Mt Annapurna-Southa, Hiuchuli and Machhapuchhre from here.

Day 7: Tadapani to Ghandruk Village (1,940 meters)
Continue the trek from Tadapani to Ghandruk, a beautiful Gurung village with traditional houses and rich cultural heritage.

Day 8: Ghandruk to Landruk Village (1,565 meters)
Today, trek to Landruk Village which is another beautiful settlement with a unique charm.
Day 9: Landruk to Australian Camp (2,050 meters) – Drive to Pokhara
On the last day of the trek, hike up to Australian Camp and enjoy the stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. From Australian Camp, take a bus back to Pokhara.

Day 10: Sightseeing in Pokhara.
Today, the for exploring the natural and cultural wonders of Pokhara. Boating in beautiful Phewa Lake, visit to the famous Davis Falls, the peaceful Peace Pagoda etc.

Day 11: Pokhara to Kathmandu transfer.
Choose your mode of transport – a scenic drive or a swift domestic flight – and journey back to Kathmandu. We explore in the vibrant city Kathmandu by visiting the UNESCO sites.
Day 12: Departure from Kathmandu.
Smoothly after final preparation of your full luggage, we take you to International Airport of Kathmandu for your final departure from Nepal.

For your customized itinerary or program, kindly contact us –

WhatsApp:+9779818727219 (Dilu Rai- Contact person)

Email: info@glacierfamilytreks.com

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Panorama Family Trekking Guide

Hiring a trekking guide for the Panorama Family Trekking adventure is a great idea for several important reasons:

Sharing Cultural and Historical Knowledge: The trekking guide is like your personal storyteller. They know all about the culture and history of the places you’ll visit. Your Trekking Guide can share many things during the trekking- about the local customs and the history of the country, Political condition, economical and social condition etc. It’s like having your own tour guide, making the journey not just a physical adventure but a cultural and educational one too.

Arrangement of Guest Houses or Tea Houses: One of the practical aspects the guide takes care of is arranging places for you to stay during the trek. They know the best guest houses or tea houses along the route and can make sure you have a comfortable place to rest and eat. You will be free to worry about finding a place to sleep and place to eat.

Checking Trekking Permits: Trekking in some areas requires permits. Your guide will handle all the paperwork for you. They’ll make sure you have the necessary permits and will assist in checking them at permit checkpoints along the way.

Emergency Preparedness: Safety is a top priority. In case of emergencies like altitude sickness, injuries, or unexpected situations, your guide is trained and experienced in handling them. With a guide by your side, you can feel more secure, knowing that someone is there to assist in case of unexpected events.

So, hiring a trekking guide for the Panorama Family Trekking is not only enhances your experience of trekking. But, your trekking guide ensures all kinds of safety, convenience, and peace of mind throughout the journey.

For your query, please contact us through-

WhatsApp:+9779818727219 (Dilu Rai- Contact person)

Email: info@glacierfamilytreks.com

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Panorama Family Trekking Permit

The enchanting Panorama Family Trekking in Nepal’s Annapurna region is a dream come true for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. To make this dream a reality, obtaining the Panorama Family Trekking Permit is an essential step. This permit, comprising the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card and the ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit), unlocks the door to a breathtaking journey through the Himalayas.

Why is the Permit Necessary?

The Panorama Family Trekking Permit is a mandatory requirement for all trekkers. The trekking permit requirement is not only in Panorama Family Trekking, it’s for all trekking destination in Nepal. It’s not only ensure the legal access of the trekking trails, but also to respect the rule and regulation of the nation.

The Cost of Trekking Permit-

There are two types of normal trekking permits in Nepal- 1) TIMS Card and 2) ACAP, costs per person permit only U$20 and U$30 respectively.

For your query, please contact us through-

WhatsApp:+9779818727219 (Dilu Rai- Contact person)

Email: info@glacierfamilytreks.com

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Obtaining the Permit through a Local Trekking Agency-

To secure the Panorama Family Trekking Permit, trekkers must rely on a locally registered trekking agency. Institutions such as TAAN (Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal) and NTB (Nepal Tourism Board) in Kathmandu and Pokhara do not directly issue the permits to individual trekkers because of new regulation of 1st April 2023. However, with Glacier Family Treks, a trusted and authorized local agency, everything related to the permit issuance is taken care of efficiently.

As a locally registered trekking agency, Glacier Family Treks is well-versed in all aspects of the permit application process. They handle the paperwork, entrance fees of trekking route, and logistics ensuring to clients with stress-free experience . With their expertise, adventurers can focus on the journey ahead, captivated by the stunning panoramas and cultural encounters.

Your Gateway to an Unforgettable Journey-

With the Panorama Family Trekking Permit in hand, courtesy of Glacier Family Treks, the Annapurna region’s mesmerizing vistas, warm hospitality, and cultural delights await you and your family. Get ready to start your adventurous journey through the heart of the Himalayas, all made possible by the Panorama Family Trekking Permit.


Best time of Panorama Family Trekking

The best time of Panorama Family Trekking is still best from March to May and End of September to March. During the monsoon (July to end of September) is not exactly recommended much. Becuase of challenging weather condition, Leeches as an irritating insect or animal. The rainfall also a cause for not advice to do this trekking.

So, kindly remark it the best time of Panorama Family Trekking is-

End of September to May


Panorama Family Trekking Accommodation

The accommodation options during the Panorama Family Trekking are diverse and cater to different preferences and budget levels. Throughout the trek, you will find a variety of lodging choices that range from basic tea houses and guesthouses to more comfortable lodges and even some luxury accommodations in certain areas. Here is an overview of the types of accommodations you can expect during the Panorama Family Trek:

  • Tea Houses or Guest houses: These are the most common and economical lodging options along the trekking route. Tea houses are simple, family-run establishments that offer basic amenities, including a bed with blankets, common dining areas, and shared bathrooms (mostly squat toilets). Though relatively basic, they provide a cozy and communal atmosphere where you can interact with fellow trekkers.
  • Lodges: As you ascend to higher altitudes and popular trekking destinations like Ghorepani and Ghandruk, you will find more established lodges. These lodges offer slightly more comfort than tea houses, with private rooms available, and often have attached bathrooms with western-style toilets. Some lodges may also have hot showers, but they may come at an additional cost.
  • Luxury Lodges: In certain well-developed areas like Ghorepani and Ghandruk, there are good lodges that offers hot shower, comfortable beds with local foods.

During the peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn), accommodation can get crowded, so it’s advisable to make advance bookings in popular areas. In the lower altitudes, there is generally a good availability of accommodation, but at higher altitudes, the options may be limited, so planning ahead is essential.


Food during Panorama Family Trekking

During the Panorama Family Trekking, you will be delighted to find a wide variety of food options to satisfy your appetite after a day of trekking through the stunning Annapurna region. The local tea houses and lodges along the trekking route offer a diverse menu that caters to different tastes and dietary preferences. Here are some of the delicious food items you can expect to enjoy during the trek:

  • Dal Bhat: Dal Bhat is the staple and most popular meal in Nepal. offers a hearty meal known as Dal Bhat. This wholesome dish includes steamed rice (bhat), served with lentil soup (dal), and an array of flavorful vegetable or non-vegetable curries. This nutritious and filling dish is commonly enjoyed by trekkers as it provides the energy needed for the trek.
  • Soup Varieties: You can warm up with a variety of soups like tomato soup, vegetable soup, mushroom soup, and more. Soups are a comforting option, especially during colder days at higher altitudes.
  • Noodles and Pastas: Noodles and pastas are popular choices on the trekking route. You can enjoy options like vegetable noodles, egg noodles, spaghetti, and macaroni with different sauce choices.
    Breads and Pizzas: Along the trek, you can find various bread options, including toast bread, chapati bread (unleavened flatbread), and local made breads like millet bread and corn bread. Some lodges may even offer freshly baked pizzas for a delicious treat.
  • Chicken and Meat Items: If you prefer non-vegetarian dishes, you can enjoy chicken and meat items such as chicken curry, chicken fried rice, yak meat dishes, and more, depending on availability.
    Salad and Pakoda: Some teahouses offer fresh vegetable salads and crunchy pakodas (deep-fried fritters) as appetizers or snacks.
  • Rice Items: Apart from the traditional dal bhat, you may find other rice-based dishes like fried rice, vegetable fried rice, and egg fried rice.
  • Local Specialties: As you pass through different villages, you may have the opportunity to try local delicacies prepared with unique regional ingredients.

Food options may vary from one lodge to another, but most teahouses and lodges do their best to provide hygienic and tasty meals to trekkers. While on the trek, it’s a good idea to try the local specialties and immerse yourself in the culinary delights of the Annapurna region.

For your query, please contact us through-

WhatsApp:+9779818727219 (Dilu Rai- Contact person)

Email: info@glacierfamilytreks.com

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FAQs About Panorama Family Trekking

Q: What is the duration of the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: The duration of the Panorama Family Trekking is typically around 10 to 12 days.

Q: What is the best season to undertake the Panorama Family Trek?

A: The best season for the Panorama Family Trek is from September to November in autumn.

Q: Are there any age restrictions for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: While there are no strict age restrictions, participants should be physically fit and able to handle moderate trekking.

Q: What permits are required for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: Trekkers need the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card and the ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit).

Q: Is it necessary to hire a guide for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: Hiring a guide is not mandatory but highly recommended for a safe and enriching experience.

Q: Are porters available for the trek?

A: Yes, porters are available to carry luggage, easing the load for trekkers.

Q: What type of lodges are available during the trek?

A: Accommodation ranges from basic tea houses to comfortable lodges, depending on the area.

Q: What is the level of difficulty for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: The trek is considered moderate, suitable for beginners and families with proper preparation.

Q: What is the maximum altitude of Panorama Family Trekking?

A: The highest point on the Panorama Family Trek is Poon Hill, reaching approximately 3,210 meters.

Q: Are vegetarian meal options available during the trek?

A: Yes, vegetarian meal options are readily available at most teahouses and lodges.

Q: Are there facilities for hot showers during the trek?

A: Hot shower facilities are available at certain lodges, but they may come with an additional cost.

Q: Are there any cultural experiences during the trek?

A: Yes, the trek offers opportunities to interact with local communities and experience their customs.

Q: What clothing and gear are recommended for the trek?

A: Comfortable trekking attire, sturdy hiking boots, and essential trekking gear are recommended.

Q: Is drinking water easily available during the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: Yes, bottled water and boiled water are available for purchase at tea houses and lodges.

Q: What is the average group size for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: The group size can vary but is typically small, allowing for personalized attention.

Q: Is travel insurance necessary for the trek?

A: Yes, travel insurance with trekking coverage is strongly advised for unexpected situations.

Q: Is it possible to extend the trek or modify the itinerary?

A: Yes, the itinerary can be customized to accommodate specific preferences and needs.

Q: Are there opportunities for photography during the trek?

A: Absolutely! The trek offers numerous scenic spots perfect for photography.

Q: Are there any age restrictions for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: While there are no strict age restrictions, participants should be physically fit and able to handle moderate trekking.

Q: Can I trek solo on the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: Solo trekking is possible, but having a guide is recommended for safety and navigation.

Q: Are there any medical facilities available in Panorama Family Trekking?

A: Basic medical facilities are available at certain villages, and guides are trained in first aid.

Q: Can I charge electronic devices during the trek?

A: Yes, most lodges offer charging facilities, but it’s advisable to carry extra power banks.

Q: What are the highlights of the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: The highlights include stunning mountain views, cultural encounters, and beautiful rhododendron forests.

Q: Can I hire a porter for the trek?

A: Yes, porters can be hired to carry your luggage, allowing you to trek comfortably.

Q: Is the Panorama Family Trekking suitable for beginners?

A: Yes, the trek is considered suitable for beginners with a moderate fitness level.

Q: What is the level of altitude gain during the trek?

A: The maximum altitude gain during the trek is approximately 1,500 to 2,000 meters.

Q: Are there any age restrictions for the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: While there are no strict age restrictions, participants should be physically fit and able to handle moderate trekking.

Q: Can I trek solo on the Panorama Family Trekking?

A: Solo trekking is possible, but having a guide is recommended for safety and navigation.

Q: Can I charge electronic devices during the trek?

A: Yes, most lodges offer charging facilities, but it’s advisable to carry extra power banks.

Q: Is it possible for bird watching during the trek?

A: There are many kinds of birds during this trek. We will have an opportunity to see some Pheasants, Munal, Lophophores etc.

Q: Can I hire a porter for the trek?

A: Yes, porters can be hired to carry your luggage, allowing you to trek comfortably.

Q: Is the Panorama Family Trekking suitable for beginners?

A: Yes, the trek is considered suitable for beginners with a moderate fitness level.

For your query, please contact us through-

WhatsApp:+9779818727219 (Dilu Rai- Contact person)

Email: info@glacierfamilytreks.com

Glacier Family Treks & Expedition

Itinerary

Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal. Welcomed at the airport of Kathmandu! We transfer to hotel. A short talk about the entire trekking and program.

After breakfast, either take a domestic flight or drive to Pokhara. If we take land transpiration to Pokhara, it will be enjoyable drive which offers glimpses of rural life and varied landscapes. Upon reaching Pokhara, check into your hotel and have some free time to explore the lakeside area.

After breakfast, take a scenic drive to Nayapul, the starting point of the trek. From Nayapul, start your trek to Ulleri, a beautiful village situated at an altitude of 2,020 meters. The trail passes through the charming villages. It provides a glimpse of the stunning Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains.

Today, we hike from Ulleri to Ghorepani. It gradually ascends through rhododendron and Oak forests. During the spring season, Rhododendron and Orchids bloom up. Ghorepani offers spectacular views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges.

Early in the morning, hike up to Poon Hill to witness a breathtaking sunrise over the Himalayas. Poon Hill, a vantage point at 3,210 meters, mesmerizes trekkers with its spellbinding panoramas of the majestic Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.. After capturing the mesmerizing views, return to Ghorepani for breakfast and then continue the trek to Dobato, where you’ll spend the night.

Trek from Chistibung to Tadapani, which offers more breathtaking views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains. The Stunning views of Mt Annapurna-Southa, Hiuchuli and Machhapuchhre from here.

Continue the trek from Tadapani to Ghandruk, a beautiful Gurung village with traditional houses and rich cultural heritage.

Today, trek to Landruk Village which is another beautiful settlement with a unique charm.

On the last day of the trek, hike up to Australian Camp and enjoy the stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. From Australian Camp, take a bus back to Pokhara.

Today, the for exploring the natural and cultural wonders of Pokhara. Boating in beautiful Phewa Lake, visit to the famous Davis Falls, the peaceful Peace Pagoda etc.

Choose your mode of transport – a scenic drive or a swift domestic flight – and journey back to Kathmandu. We explore in the vibrant city Kathmandu by visiting the UNESCO sites.

Smoothly after final preparation of your full luggage, we take you to International Airport of Kathmandu for your final departure from Nepal.

What's Include in Cost

    • Airport pick up and drive according to itinerary and plan.
    • Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara as per program.
    • Trekking permits according to itinerary.
    • TIMS cards: Trekking Information Management System.
    • Food and accommodation during the trip: B/L/D.
    • Hot drinks- Teak, Coffee, etc during the trek.
    • Tourist Bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara
    • Flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu
    • Porters and guide with their wages.
    • Insurance for guide and porters.
    • Entry fee of Annapurna Conservation area.
    • Local airport tax and land transportation according to program.
    • Applicable Nepal government tax.

     

What's Excluded in Cost

     

    • Nepal entry visa.
    • International flights and airport tax.
    • Travel insurance.
    • Personal expenses, Hot or Mineral water
    • Laundry service and Bar Bills
    • Internet and Battery charge
    • Alcoholic drinks with mineral water.
    • Rescue in emergency.

     

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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.

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