Nepal is on the list of must-do objectives for climbing. The Himalayas, which stretch across India, China, Tibet, Bhutan, and Nepal, are astounding. Yet, Nepal has the most straightforward admission to them.

Having said that, you need to play it safe. There are numerous trekking opportunities in the country, but not all of them are ideal for every traveler.

They fill various needs, accompany special costs, and all propositions offer astounding perspectives.

 Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

The Annapurna Headquarters Trip, starting from a base in Pokhara, is an extraordinary novice multi-day journey for sensibly fit explorers. Without a guide, we completed the Annapurna Base Camp trek in seven days. To cut down on time, we took a jeep for a short distance at the beginning and end.

Highlights of the 7-Day Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  •  Investigating Gurung culture and customs with a short-term visit to Ghandruk Town
  • Consistently stroll into nature.
  • Closer perspectives on the Annapurna range
  • Cover two headquarters: Machhapuchhre and Annapurna, inside a similar journey.
  • Short-term at the lap of the world’s tenth most noteworthy mountain, Annapurna.
  • Loosening up in the normal underground aquifer in Jhinu Town
  • A short drive from Samrung Khola to Pokhara, going through different beautiful towns
  • Partake in the nightlife in the supernatural city of Pokhara.

What to expect on your journey to the Annapurna Base Camp trek?

 The south-bound slants in this locale treat you to a tropical rhododendron and bamboo woodland, though the north-bound inclines are a downpour shadow. 

Acknowledge the way that you will be seeing 7 hours of daylight on a late spring day with a temperature of 39°F to 89°F in view of the tall tops on all sides.

The ABC Trek is located in the 7,629-square-kilometer Annapurna Conservation Area. Generally perceived as an Annapurna safe-haven. It is home to a few divine beings and goddesses from Hinduism and Buddhism. As a result, it is strictly forbidden to enter the region with eggs or meat. In addition, the Machapuchare peak, which serves as the entrance, is

acknowledged to be Lord Mahadev’s residence. Being in the Annapurna region offers spirituality in addition to adventure.

Where do I start? The Annapurna Headquarters journey begins in Pokhara, a significant place of interest in Nepal. ABC Journey covers a normal distance of 110–120 km, climbing 10–15 km every day. You can take a private or nearby transport from this notable lake city to the hypnotizing Ghandruk town, a door to the Annapurna locale. 

The trail has a lot of ups and downs as we get closer to the mountain area. On the uphill trail from upper Sinuwa to Deurali, trekkers walk alongside rhododendron and bamboo forests while taking in views of the Machhapuchhre and Annapurna mountains.

 People, Culture, and Culinary Delights of the 7-Day Annapurna Base Camp Trek:

The 7 day Annapurna Base Camp trek takes hikers through numerous indigenous communities. The lower elevations are home to the Brahmins and Chhetris, and you can observe the semi-customary cordial individuals beginning right from the beginning stages, like Jhinu Danda or Nayapul.

 On the other hand, if you took the other route, you could see Brahmins and Chhetris in Kande and a large Gurung community in Ghandruk. These locals maintain a harmonious lifestyle while being renowned for their warmth and hospitality.

During the ABC trek, you can visit Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries, where you can talk to the friendly people who live in traditional villages.

The kinds of the Annapurna base reflect that of Pokhara, or you can say most families of Pokhara are loaded up with kinds of the Annapurna Locale.

 The staple dish is Dal Bhat, joined by vegetables and pickles, with ghee and milk. You can encounter credible Nepali feasts, like Dhinod and Thakali Set, during your multi day ABC journey.

Be that as it may, being a well-known vacationer location, you can likewise appreciate Western dishes like pizza, steamed rice, noodles, soups, and, seriously, during the ABC journey. Additionally, Tibetan bread (with honey or butter) and chapatis (rotis) are popular choices among trekkers.

In the lower portions of the trek, you can find tea, coffee, herbal tea, and hot chocolate for hot drinks in the cold mountain regions.


This newcomer hasn’t yet established itself as a classic trek, but that’s part of its appeal. The Manaslu Circuit Trek  is turning into a famous option in contrast to a few more established and packed journeys. That being said, you will not be distant from everyone else:

 A lot of individuals have climbed this fourteen-day circuit, and the top quality framework demonstrates it. You’ll get very close to Manaslu, the universe’s eighth-most elevated mountain, with mountain perspectives to match any in Nepal.

Trip Highlights

 Highlights of the trip include hiking to the highest point of the Manaslu trek, Larkya La Pass, and experiencing the world’s eight tallest mountains and the Manaslu Glacier. 

You’ll also walk between the borders of Nepal and Tibet and experience the Tibetan culture of the Nuri people.


It is located in central Nepal, about halfway between the city and Pokhara. It’s not quite a full circuit because the majority of trekkers begin in Soti Khola and finish in Dharapani. You can get there by public bus or jeep, both of which will take you the entire day to get there.


  • Less touristy options in contrast to exemplary trips
  • Near Kathmandu
  • Don’t bother flying locally.
  • Great framework (trails, teahouses, and so on)
  • Try not to need to walk a similar path twice.
  • Lower height than a few different journeys


  • You, in fact, need an aide for this circuit.
  • It is getting more well known, so it will not be essentially as remote as locales like Upper Horse.
  • Assuming you like things comfortable, they can begin to get pricy.
  • High-altitude travel can be perilous.


This climb is roughly 130 km, and most travelers require about 15 days.


Stefan chose this trek as a short solo hike because the area was warm and unexplored, which pleased him. Although it takes longer to get to the trailhead by bus than the majority of other hikes, you’ll find fewer people and pay less once you get there. Sadly, the earthquake of 2015 destroyed the valley, but the locals are rebuilding and greatly value the assistance.

 For trekkers, the infrastructure and accommodations are sufficient at this point. The hike’s there-and-back nature is the only real drawback. Overall, this is a lovely option that isn’t too hard or long, has great mountain views, and will show you Nepal in a different way than most tourists do.


The Langtang Valley Trek  is just 80 kilometers to the north of Kathmandu. However, the bus ride to Syabru Bensi, where the classic trek begins and ends, still takes nearly a full day. 

It’s likewise conceivable to add a couple of days to the trip and end in Melamchi Gaon or Timbu, where you can get a more limited transport back to Kathmandu.


  • Wonderful mountain views
  • Less travelers
  • Moderately short journey for those in a hurry
  • Closer actual area to Kathmandu
  • More amiable local people (presumably in light of the fact that there are fewer travelers)
  • Less expensive costs than the more well-known journey
  • It is conceivable to remain in teahouses with food and beds or to camp.
  • Even more of a social encounter as opposed to the more populated/occasional districts
  • Moderately reasonable licenses (+/- $50)
  • There is no requirement for an aide except if wanted.


  • Requires licenses that should be bought in Kathmandu.
  • Transport consumes a huge chunk of time for Syabru Bensi.
  • Not as numerous selections of guesthouses on account of revamping endeavors after the quake
  • No’renowned’ mountains
  • There-and-back, so you need to walk a similar track two times.


60 km and around 4 days for the principal journey. If you want, you can make some side trips to add a little more time and distance.

If you only have a few days and are looking for a less popular alternative to more well-known treks, this is the trek for you. It’s also great for people who don’t want to fly but want to interact well with locals.


Where is Langtang Valley Trek located?

The Langtang Valley Trek is located in Nepal.This journey occurs in a spot called Langtang Public Park, up in the northern piece of Nepal, near the line with Tibet.

How long is the trek to the Annapurna Base Camp?

The Annapurna Base Camp trip typically takes between seven and twelve days to complete, depending on your pace and the route you choose. However, the journey could be extended by choosing a longer route or adding more side trips. Roughly 80 kilometers make up the trip’s whole length (50 miles). 

Being in great actual shape is fundamental prior to beginning the trip since it incorporates strolling for a few hours every day and can truly be a burden.

Can the Manaslu Circuit Trek be completed?

Indeed, with a solid team, the Manaslu Circuit Trip is conceivable (guide and watchmen). Since the territory is complicated and the spot is secluded, past mountaineering experience, wellness, and endurance are fundamental. To ensure a safe and enjoyable journey, pack carefully and devise a schedule that includes ample rest days.

Contact Information with  Nepal High Trek

Nepal High Trek And Expedition Pvt. Ltd. is an authentic local trekking company based in Kathmandu, Nepal, specializing in multi-day tours, treks, climbing and other related activities for solo travelers and private groups. You can contact us at or via WhatsApp at +977-9851142116.