Annapurna Circuit Route
Why go for Annapurna Circuit Itinerary
Annapurna Circuit Route (Trekking Route) is a very popular route as it can be customized based on your requirement and preference. Whether you wish for a shorter version or a complete 3-week expedition on this route, you can be sure of a great trekking experience.
Other benefits that this route has are its good accommodations and clear trails. Going through the trails and paths, you will experience forests, mountains, valleys and wildlife. Words and even images cannot do justice to the scenery that you will encounter throughout the Annapurna Circuit Route.
When to go for Annapurna Circuit Route
Just like most treks in Nepal, the best months from September to November are also the most crowded months. Clear weather and mild temperatures make for a good trekking experience and breath-taking pictures and videos.
The second-best months for trekking the Annapurna Circuit Route are March and April. During this spring period, you’ll get a different kind of view: blooming flowers and vast greenery all over the valleys.
What to see
Whether you’re going for a shorter or a full Annapurna Circuit Itinerary, you will get to see a great diversity of flora and fauna. Birds, butterflies, deers and other wildlife make up the assorted fauna while farmlands and forests form the varied flora. All the flora and fauna are just bonus to the magical views of mountain range and valleys.
Where to stay
What better way to have a real trekking experience other than roughing it out with fellow thrill seekers at teahouses and guesthouses throughout the route. For those who prefer a more comfortable and exclusive stay, you can go for the higher-end hotels.
Whichever accommodation you choose, standard WiFi and electricity are reasonably reliable.
Duration of our Annapurna Circuit Trek
Our complete Annapurna Circuit Itinerary is 22 days and it covers almost everything and everywhere of this famous route. Check out our Annapurna Circuit Trekking 22 Days
What permit to get
First and foremost, you will need a permit to enter the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP). You can obtain it at the Tourism Board building in Kathmandu or at the Annapurna Conservation Area project office in Damside.
On top of this permit, you’d also need a TIMS permit. You can get this permit from the tourism office.
What to bring (Annapurna Circuit Packing List)
If you are going on our Annapurna Circuit Trekking Package, we will settle and bring many of the essentials for you. Otherwise, if you’re planning to explore Annapurna Circuit on your own, be sure to bring these:
Hiking boots, rubber sandals, long-sleeve shirts, trekking trousers, windbreaker, rain jacket, hat, sunglasses, gloves, towel, bungy cords, karabiners (climbing clips), washing powder, water purification tablets, toiletries, water bottles, bag, sleeping bag, duct tape, lip balm, First-aid kit, head torch, plastic bags, baby wipes, ear plugs, plasters, penknife and more.
For a complete list, go to our Annapurna Circuit Packing List.
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