Asiana Treks

Annapurna Jomsom With Tilicho Lake Trekking

Best Price
Annapurna Region Trek
19 days
Group size
1 - 15
Max. Elevation
4949 m / 16236 ft
Best Season
September to November and February to June 15
Hotel/ teahouse.
Tourist or LocalBus /4Wheel drive.
Starts / Ends
kathmandu / kathmandu
Trip Route
Kathmandu- Bahundanda- Chame- Pisang- Manang- khansar- Tilicho lake - Yakkharka- Throngla pass- Muktinath- Jomsom- Pokhara and back to Kathmandu


    • The World's Largest Pass At 5,416 meters, Thorong La Pass is the highest point in the area.
    • Trek to Lake Tilicho, the world's highest lake.
    • Learn about the best aspects of Hindu and Buddhist civilizations.
    • Views of Mt. Annapurna, Thorung Peak, Nilgiri, Chulu west to east, Tukuche Peak, and other peaks are spectacular.
    • Stunning lakes, glaciers, and mountains.



Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho lake trekking is the most popular destination all over the world. Tilicho Lake is the highest-placed and crystal clear lake situated at a high altitude of 4949 m. This trekking offers one of the best alpine scenery with different kinds of landscape, views every different camp is different as well as the view Annapurna range, Pisang peak, Tukuche peak, Machhapuchhre Himal and other many greatest view of mountains, you have never seen before which make you feel the real adventure of a lifetime. The trip will be incredible and unforgettable in this region. The Annapurna Himalayan Glacier surrounded by the Himalayan range is one of the main attractions of this trip. Bahundanda will be your Trekking starting point and nature beauty lake city Pokhara will be your ending point. During your visit, you will be familiar with the Gurung, Magars and Thakali, brahmin and Kshetri culture as well. During your visit, the Spectacular view of Manang and Mustang Valley, lower Mustang and upper Mustang will be seen on the way down from Throngla to Muktinath, Muktinath a great pilgrimage place Both Hindu and Buddhist. Hindu believes that religious campaign is incomplete of the religious journey without Muktinath Darsan or get salvation in their life.

Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho Lake trek itinerary:

Asiana Treks and Tours has the perfect Annapurna Jomsom with a Tilicho Lake trek itinerary. Travelers who desire to explore Nepal with moderate physical fitness. You'll discover the best places for breathtaking views from the city to the countryside. Experience the contrast of cold nights at ABC to relaxing in hot natural springs an unforgettable lifetime journey.

Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho Lake Trekking Distance:

The Annapurna Base Camp trek spans approximately 176  kilometers, or 109 miles, depending on the chosen itinerary.  This route typically spans 15 to 17 days.

Our package tour ensures reliability in terms of cost, itinerary, and overall experience. For Nepali citizens, the Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho trek typically ranges from US$500 to 1000, with variations depending on group size, service level, guide and porter services, transportation preferences, and accommodation choices in Kathmandu or Pokhara. This cost estimation is subject to the types of trekking gear and accommodation preferences.

Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho lake route:

The Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho Lake route showcases awe-inspiring natural beauty. Starting in lush valleys with terraced fields and traditional villages, the journey unfolds amidst the Himalayan foothills. Rhododendron forests bloom in spring, accompanied by cascading waterfalls and snow-capped peaks. Traversing wildflower meadows and crossing suspension bridges over mountain streams, the landscape evolves as you ascend. Approaching Annapurna Base Camp, rugged terrain and glacial moraines dominate, leading to panoramic views of towering peaks like Annapurna I and Machhapuchhre. The trek promises unforgettable moments, whether you're a seasoned trekker or novice adventurer, offering an unparalleled journey through Earth's most breathtaking landscapes.

Annapurna Jomsom with Tiliccho lake trekking Height:

The Annapurna Jomsom with Tilicho Lake trek starts with a bus ride from Kathmandu (1,337m) to Bahundanda (1,270m). From Bahundanda, trek to Chamje (1,715m), then to Bagarchhap (2,160m), and onward to Chame (2,650m). Continue the journey to Pisang (3,250m), followed by Manang (3,519m), then to Khangsar Village (3,735m), and Tilicho Base Camp (4,150m). Descend to Yak Kharka (4,020m), then proceed to Thorong Phedi (4,525m). Cross the Thorong La Pass (5,416m) to reach Muktinath (around 3,800m), and travel to Jomsom (2,720m) by trek or jeep. The adventure concludes with a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara (827m).

Annapurna Base Camp trekking price:

 Our package tour ensures reliability in terms of cost, itinerary, and overall experience. For Nepali citizens, the Annapurna Base Camp trek typically ranges from US$ 500 to 1000, and for foreigners, US$ 715 to 1385, variations depending on group size, service level, guide and porter services, transportation preferences, and accommodation category in Kathmandu or Pokhara. This cost estimation is subject to the types of trekking gear and accommodation preferences. However, we could end the trek via Landruk and Dhampus if you avoid Kathmandu sightseeing and Pokhara exploration.

Advantage book with Asiana Treks and tours:

We provide the best experienced local guide for you on your Trek. Our booking process is hassle-free. We guarantee your happiness and offer the best price for your Trek. Group discounts are available based on the number of participants, so you can save more when trekking with friends or family.

Currency Exchange:

The Nepalese rupee is Nepali currency, and 1 USD is approximately 130 NPR. Only NPR is accepted in Nepal, so it's best to bring cash to facilitate transactions. Banks and ATMs in Kathmandu provide currency exchange services, but note that most banks prefer new, crisp notes.

Luggage and extra storage:

We cover the cost of porters for your luggage, but the maximum weight limit is 12 kg per person. Each porter carries luggage for two trekkers; please share a duffle bag with another. Our porters will carry up to 25 kg each. If you need a porter for yourself, we can arrange that. We also recommend carrying a small backpack for your valuables and important documents. You can leave extra luggage at our office for free and at a hotel in Pokhara, Namche, etc.

Weather Conditions:

Each season offers unique experiences during the ABC Trek. Spring brings mild weather and blooming rhododendrons, while summer provides lush vegetation despite the monsoon. Autumn features clear skies and vibrant festivals, and winter offers snowy peaks with fewer crowds.

Trek Difficulty:

The Annapurna base camp Trek is moderately complex, requiring 5-7 hours of daily hiking. While no technical skills are necessary, being reasonably fit for trekking at higher altitudes is essential. Trekkers with pre-existing medical conditions should inform us before booking their trip.

Group & Private Treks:

We organize many group and private treks simultaneously, with discounts available for larger groups. Every group will have a trekking guide and porters; an assistant guide may be provided for larger groups. Our team ensures a safe and enjoyable trekking experience for all participants.

Responsible Travel:

We prioritize responsible travel to minimize environmental impact and support local communities. We collaborate with organizations like the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) to promote eco-friendly practices in trekking regions.

Please be aware that the itinerary may change due to weather or other factors, and we'll adjust it accordingly for the group's safety and enjoyment. We look forward to guiding you through the stunning landscapes of the Annapurna region and ensuring a memorable trekking experience.

About solo traveler:

If you're a solo traveler, please contact us to confirm departure dates before booking. You can tell us via call, WhatsApp, or email. We have listed upcoming departure dates for your convenience. Feel free to share the trip details with friends and family.

Accommodation :

During the Annapurna Jomsom With Tilicho Lake Trekking, you'll stay in different places along the way. You'll spend eight nights in lodges in the trekking regions and two nights in a hotel in Pokhara. At some stops, you will have rooms with bathrooms, but most places you'll stay in are standard rooms shared with other People.
If you're traveling alone, we'll arrange for you to have a private room with a bathroom, which most places do not have. In Kathmandu or Pokhara, your hotel room will have a bathroom, TV, hot water 24/7, electricity, and laundry service. 

Meals during the trip:

Eating well is essential since the ABC Trek takes you through the high Himalayas. You'll have plenty of nutritious meals in the trekking regions, although the options won't be as varied as in the cities. You'll get ten breakfasts, nine lunches, and nine dinners during the Trek. The menu includes local, Asian, and Western dishes, but it gets more straightforward as you climb higher. Try popular Nepali foods like lentils, rice, curry, dumplings, noodles, Spagaties, and many more.
We highly recommend eating fresh vegetables and drinking liquids like green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup, especially at high altitudes. While non-vegetarian options are available during the Trek, we suggest avoiding them for hygiene reasons. It's also best to steer clear of dairy, cheese, alcohol, caffeine, and hot chocolate. Personal expenses like alcoholic drinks and extra beverages at lodges or cafes aren't included in the package.

Extra Personal Expenses:

While most expenses during the Annapurna Jomsom With Tilicho Lake Trekking are covered, you'll need to spend money on accommodations and meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara, souvenirs, and additional beverages. We estimate about USD 10-20 per trekking day for miscellaneous expenses.

Electricity voltage and plugs:

However, 95 % of Nepali people have access to electricity as of May 29, 2023. almost popular trekking routes, teahouses, and lodges have electricity. However, some isolated and solo trekking tea houses in the jungle don't have electricity; 
Most of these tea houses let travelers charge their devices for a small fee. The average electrical voltage in Nepal is 230 volts, with plug types like Type C, Type D, and Type M. Travellers should bring a suitable adapter and, if needed, a voltage converter for their electronic devices."

Drinking water:

Drinking more than three liters of water trekking in higher terrain to prevent dehydration. Staying hydrated while trekking in Nepal's Himalayan region is crucial for your safety. You can find water taps in some areas but must ensure before drink. While mineral water is available in guest houses along popular routes, it can be costly. However, in the Annapurna region, safe water stations allow you to refill your water bottle safely. Your guide can assist you in purchasing boiled water from guest houses, which is cheaper than mineral water. A good suggestion is to bring a water filter, iodine drops, water purification tablets, and a Steri pen to treat water from streams or other natural sources along the trail. You must ensure that your water is safe to drink. However, Nepal is the second country in the world regarding water sources after Brazil nevertheless only 27% of people here have clean drinking water available. However, all in the city areas, Mineral water is available at a reasonable cost everywhere.


The Annapurna Jomsom With Tilicho Lake Trekking region guest houses have internet access. Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu and Pokhara, you can buy a SIM card to communicate easily with family and friends. However, you need a copy of your passport and a photo of your passport size to obtain a SIM card. The signal depends on location. When heading up, there may be a poor connection at high altitudes. Please do not expect like your home country. We watch our trekking teams via the trek guide at least once daily to ensure everything goes as planned.

Our Team:

Our team includes qualified guides, Sherpas, porters, and assistant guides for larger groups. They're local Himalayan people with high endurance and experience at high altitudes. We ensure their well-being by covering their expenses and providing necessary training.

Trip Extension:

Suppose you have extra days in Nepal after the Trek. In that case, we can arrange a tour, overnight stay at Nagarkot Balthali or any other place around Kathmandu and Chitwan, jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, canyoning, or other treks. Do not hesitate to Inform us. We will create the best for you.


Tipping is appreciated in Nepali culture and reflects the quality of service provided. You decide how much to tip, but we recommend tipping as a group at the end of the trip.

End of Trek:

On the eighteen day, you'll take a bus from Pokhara back to Kathmandu, which takes about seven hours. Alternatively, you can fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu for an extra fee. In the evening, we'll host a farewell dinner in Kathmandu.


On the day of your departure flight, we'll come to pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to Tribhuvan International Airport. We hope you enjoyed the Nepal trek and will consider returning for more adventures in Nepal.


After you complete the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake Trek, we'll organize a farewell dinner in Kathmandu and present you with a trekking achievement certificate. After the dinner, you can provide feedback about the Trek on travel portals.

Useful Info:

Please remember that sometimes unforeseen circumstances, such as inclement weather or unavailable lodging, may cause the schedule to be altered. Your trip guide will design a fresh schedule based on the group's interests in such circumstances. 

Typical Day:

Each day of the Trek brings new experiences as you explore different places, enjoy breathtaking landscapes, and converse with locals to learn more about their customs and culture. Our guides will provide information about the places you visit.
Trekking usually starts around 7-8 am, depending on the distance to cover and the terrain. We'll stop for lunch after about three hours of Trekking, usually on the way to our destination for the day. After lunch, you'll have an hour to rest before continuing the Trek. The afternoon trek is shorter, and once we reach our destination, you'll have time to explore until it gets dark. Dinner is served around 6-7 pm, followed by a briefing from your trek leader about the next day's plan. Afterward, you can relax and entertain yourself with games or learn Nepali words from our crew.

Last-Minute Booking:

Last-minute bookings are always available, but slightly more expensive than our regular departure dates. Specifically, last-minute bookings are possible up to 24 hours before the trip begins and incur an additional 7% cost on the total trip price listed in our packages.

If you're lucky, last-minute booking might become a golden opportunity to get the same price or even less, especially if a trip member cancels at the last moment.

So, if you're late to book your preferred trip with us, don't worry. You still have the option, and we are committed to making your trip as successful and enjoyable as our other trips. 

At the eleventh hour, don't hesitate to reach out to us. We are always ready and eager to assist with your last-minute vacation plans in Nepal. Your plans are just as important to us, and we are here to provide the support you need every step of the way.

About the risky zone in Annapurna circuit trek with Tilicho Trekking:

There are some risky areas to watch out for during the Annapurna Circuit with TilichoTrek. This Trek is also known as the Annapurna Round with Tilicho trek. Certain parts of the trail, such as the steep up to Throng top and descent from Throngla to Near Muktinath, are essential during snowfall or heavy rains in winter and March. Our guides are familiar with these risky spots and can help navigate them safely daily at trip Briefing after dinner. Travelers sometimes run into difficulties, and sadly, some have even lost their lives while trekking to Annapurna Base Camp without a guide and proper information.

Important Note

Best time to travel to Nepal :

Nepal, a land of breathtaking diversity, boasts towering mountain ranges, lush forests, and a vibrant cultural heritage. The best time to embark on your journey to Nepal is a decision that should be guided by your preferences and the type of excursions or events you wish to partake in. Nepal, with its four distinct seasons, each offering unique charms and challenges, is a destination that promises to leave you in awe.

Autumn Season: September to November is Nepal's best time for trekking and outdoor activities. Clear skies, pleasant temperatures, and festivals like Dashain Tihar and Chhat make this period ideal for experiencing Nepali culture.

Winter Season: Cold temperatures start in late November or early December, but clear skies suit budget travelers. Lower-elevation treks and skiing/snowboarding in ski resorts are popular activities.

Spring SeasonFrom late February to May, warmer temperatures make it perfect for trekking. Rhododendrons bloom, adding to the scenic beauty. Celebrations like Holi and Buddha Jayanti occur during this time.

Summer Season: Monsoon rains from June to August make trekking challenging, but it's a great time to experience lush greenery and agriculture. Ideal for peace seekers and cultural tours of cities accessible by road.

Flight and weather conditions:

Flights depend on weather conditions and are often postponed or canceled due to low visibility and weather conditions. The airport's location makes it one of the world's most dangerous, with a short runway on a steep slope that makes it challenging for pilots. Lukla Airport has a short runway on a steep slope, making it challenging for pilots due to the rugged terrain. Unpredictable weather can lead to flight delays or cancellations, adding a touch of adventure to your plans. Please prepare for the plan; we strongly recommend allocating an additional three days in case of unfavorable weather conditions. This will help avoid long-day waits in Ramechhap. However, Lukla flights depart from Ramechhap/Manthali during peak seasons in March, April, May, October, and November. Ramechhap/Manthali is approximately a 4-to 5-hour drive from Kathmandu. Conversely, flights operate from Kathmandu during non-peak seasons, such as January, February, June, July, August, September, and December. Flights from Kathmandu take about 35 minutes, while flights from Ramechhap take 15-20 minutes. 

Alternatives like helicopter flights or ground transportation exist if your flight is canceled for over two days. We advise you to fly to Phaplu and start your trek from Phaplu or opt for a 4WD drive to Salleri and start your trekking or Annapurna Basecamp Trekking and begin your journey. This will help avoid long-day waits in Ramechhap. However, these options might extend your itinerary. We recommend booking your flights in advance, especially during peak seasons, to avoid such situations. This ensures you have a seat reserved and reduces the risk of last-minute changes to your itinerary.


Entry and exit requirements at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal:

Upon arrival at the entry point, all baggage undergoes declaration and clearance through customs. Passengers arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) without access to goods may proceed through the Green Channel for swift clearance without luggage checks.

Before departing Nepal, it is crucial to possess a valid visa and passport. If your Visa has expired, you must extend it before being permitted to leave. Please note that the Immigration office at Tribhuvan International Airport is not authorized and allowed to extend visas.

Entry permit and requirements (About Visa) 

On-Arrival Visa Fee at Entry Points in Nepal:

15 Days – 30 USD

30 Days – 50 USD

90 Days – 125 USD 

To visit Nepal, you need a valid passport and a visa. You can quickly get an arrival visa at entry points or Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport. However, some people need a permit before they come, so it's good to check with the nearest Nepalese embassy.

Some nationalities that don't get visas from immigration entry points in Nepal are Nigeria, Iraq, Ghana, Afghanistan, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Palestine, and Ethiopia.

There are three types of visas, as in the table below:


Depending on how long you want to stay. You can pay in US $ dollars or other significant currencies, sometimes even Nepalese rupees.

If you're coming for business, you can get a suitable visa for up to 5 years. The fee depends on how much money you're investing. If you invest less than 10 million Nepalese rupees, it's $35 per month, $400 per year, or $1000 for five years. If you invest more, the fees are lower; if you invest more than 100 million Nepalese rupees, you don't have to pay any fees.

People from SAARC countries get a free 30-day visa. Indians don't need a visa, but they must show ID, like a passport or citizenship card. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months. And it's a good idea to have travel insurance which covers medical treatment and emergency evacuation.Some places in Nepal require a separate permit to visit. 

TIMS and Permit:

When you planning to go to the Everest Base Camp Trek, you need three different permits to enter Everest: the Khumbu Pasang Lamu Rural Municipality Permit, the Sagarmatha National Park Permit, and the TIMS card.

Khumbu Pasanglamu Rural municipality permit is necessary to enter the Khumbu region. It can obtained in Lukla or Monjo. For foreigners, it costs NPR 2000 (USD 17) per person for the first four weeks and NPR 2500 (USD 25) afterward. Remember, you can't get this permit in Kathmandu.

TIMS Card The TIMS card is essential for guides, porters, and clients in emergencies. It costs USD 20 and is issued by TAAN Nepal via a registered Trekking company.

Sagarmatha National Park entry permit, 3300Rs Per person, Rs 26 US$ in equivalent.

Travel Insurance:

Asiana Treks and Tours strongly advises our valuable clients to have travel insurance that protects adventurous activities at high altitudes above 6,000 m. This comprehensive coverage, which includes accidents and emergency help, will provide you with the peace of mind you need during your high-altitude adventure.

However, you can get this insurance online from different companies. Here are some popular choices for people who are trekking to Everest Base Camp.

USA and Canada: Tugo, United Health Care, World Nomad, Blue Cross

Australia and New Zealand: Fast Cover, Allianz Australia

Singapore: Ergo, World Nomad Explore plan level 3.

Europe: Europe Assistance, Austrian Alpine Club, Allianz Europe.

India: ICICI Lombard

But make sure the policy covers trekking up to 5985,000 m altitude. These are just suggestions, so the policies and what they cover might vary. It's best to contact these insurers directly to ask about what they offer before you buy anything.

Altitude Sickness and Acclimatisation:

Altitude sickness is common among hikers in Nepal's Himalayan Region. It happens when the body doesn't get enough oxygen at higher elevations, causing headaches and dizziness. Acclimatization is essential to prevent this. It means gradually getting used to higher altitudes by resting, drinking fluids, and ascending slowly. Spending an extra day at lower elevations before going higher is the best way to avoid altitude sickness. Hydration is the main issue during trekking to prevent dehydration, which can worsen altitude sickness. Drinking plenty of water, tea, and soup can help. Trekkers can also take medicines like acetazolamide or dexamethasone to relieve symptoms, but it's best to consult a doctor first. Proper acclimatization techniques, like "climb high, sleep low," and staying hydrated, can reduce the risk of altitude sickness. Booking with an experienced guide can ensure you get the right advice and help during your trek.

Fitness and Training:

Trekking and climbing in Nepal's high-altitude Himalayas demand a certain level of physical fitness and training for a safe and enjoyable journey. Trekking often involves walking long distances, sometimes for several hours a day, over various terrains and at high altitudes. To prepare your body and build endurance, it's advisable to start engaging in fitness activities a few months before your trip, including cardio, strength, and endurance training.

With the right physical fitness, training, and preparation, your journey to Nepal can be both safe and successful. We understand the risks and challenges that come with trekking in the high-terrain Himalayas, and we have taken necessary safety measures to ensure your trip is fun and secure. Your safety is our top priority, and we are here to guide you every step of the way.

Packing Checklist:

When planning a trip to Nepal, packing the right gear is crucial for a successful journey. This includes clothing, equipment, and accessories tailored to your trek and the time of year. If you're trekking, pack light unless you're hiring a porter. Consider renting or buying gear in Nepal to save space. Ensure your equipment is high-quality and in good condition to avoid problems in the mountains. Take our suggestions to prepare your baggage correctly. Lastly, double-check the weather forecast and ensure you have all the necessary items for a safe and comfortable trip.

Typical Day:

Each day of the Trek brings new experiences as you explore different places, enjoy breathtaking landscapes, and converse with locals to learn more about their customs and culture. Our guides will provide information about the places you visit. Trekking usually starts around 7-8 am, depending on the distance to cover and the terrain. We'll stop for lunch after about three hours of Trekking, usually on the way to our destination for the day. After lunch, you'll have an hour to rest before continuing the Trek. The afternoon trek is shorter, and once we reach our destination, you'll have time to explore until it gets dark. Dinner is served around 6-7 pm, followed by a briefing from your trek leader about the next day's plan. Afterward, you can relax and entertain yourself with games or learn Nepali words from our crew.

Trip Itinerary

Your trip day starts today when you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Upon your arrival, you will be received by our representative at the airport. He will be carrying a signboard with our company’s name on it. Then you will be transferred to the tour hotel and checked in. A trip briefing will follow later today and the time will be notified to you by the representative who picks you up from the airport. We will come to meet and brief you about the trip at the fixed time. Until then just relax or explore a bit of surrounding.

We take you for a day tour of cultural heritage monuments in Kathmandu valley after breakfast. The tour will give you a mixed insight of history, culture, art, architecture and spirituality of Kathmandu valley. The sites include; Swoyambhunath aka Monkey Temple: The oldest of all sites in Kathmandu valley, Swoyambhunath is an important Buddhist spiritual site having the history over two thousand years old. This site has gained a popular name as monkey temple as this small forested hill is a good habitat for hundreds of monkeys. The visit there will heighten your spiritual and cultural experience. Patan City including Patan Durbar Square: A tour to medieval city of Patan gives you a great insight about ethnic Newari culture, Budhhist spirituality, religious harmony, art and architecture while you stroll around the charismatic alleys taking you to magnificent local community squares known as Bahal and eventually leading you to an incredible medieval palace square. The monuments and skill of the local artisans displayed on those monuments in the square will stun you with their unbelievable charm. Boudhanath Stupa: The largest of its kind in the world, this magnificent stupa is a very important centre of faith for the people following Tibetan Buddhism. This place is nice Circular Square with the stunning stupa in the middle of it which spreads a lot of spiritual vibrations around the atmosphere.

Take your breakfast early in the morning and check out the hotel to go to Bahundanda today. A beautiful scenic drive of about seven hours by tourist bus takes you to the starting point of Annapurna Circuit Trekking, Bulbule via Besi Shahar. Take a local bus ride to Bahundanda from Bulbule. Although a long and bumpy drive, the highway brings to you some of the amazing countryside scenario so that you will have a little bit of understanding of how rural Nepal looks like.

Start the trek for the day after your breakfast in the guest house. After trekking for about five hours, you reach a beautiful village of Chamje to stay overnight. The trek in between these two places is a beautiful cultural experience. Once in Chamje, check into a simple tea house.

About six hours of the trek today will take you to Bagarchhap. After you take breakfast at the tea house, start the trek. Hike towards Bagarchhap on your pace taking in all the beautiful things that you come across the trekking of the day. Check into a tea house and relax.

You are slowly gaining elevation every day you walk to the new destination. Your walk to Chame will start after breakfast today. Five hours of walk today take you the elevation of 2650 meters to the town of Chame, the headquarters of Manang district. Enjoy some spectacular views of the mountain peaks in the Himalayas.

Trek to Pisang for about six hours after breakfast. You are gaining some elevation today as well. Every next overnight staying place will be at a higher elevation gaining height towards Thorong La. Once in Pisang, check into a tea house and enjoy the view of the mountains.

Today you have choice take short and easy route via great valley take 5 hrs to reach Manang or take bit difficult way via upper pisang, Nawal, Ghyawal which take 6 to 7 hrs Walk to Manang.the trail via upper route have great scenery of Annapurna range pisang peak many other mountains and traditional unique village of Manangi people enjoying great views of the Himalayas. A beautiful town of Manang waits for you at the other end while you start the trek of the day from Pisang. Approximately five hours in between Pisang and Manang brings you to some of the spectacular places that make you trip for the day.3540 meter high from sea level. Stay in a tea at Manang.

Spend a day acclimatizing in Manang hiking and exploring around Manang, Gangapurna lake continuous 4000 meter up to opposite of rocky and up hills and quickly descend to Manang take around 3 hrs so that you acclimatize with the high altitude environment and your further trekking days become easier than after, be ready for High altitude risk and management briefing by Himalayan rescue health centre in Manang.

Trek to Khangsar Village (3735 mt) after breakfast in Manang descend from old Manang en route via by Chorten, reach to Marshyandi river trail continuous to the northern side of riverbank soon by river bed reached to Khansar. The village and the scenery amazing cultivated field wheat and alluring view of the great barrier open up. Stay overnight at Khangsar 3732 meter.

Today is challenging day due to an adventurous and strenuous hike to Tilicho Basecamp which takes around 7 hrs due to the high elevation continuous ascent around 900 meter and descends 800 meter you reach Tilicho base camp hotel en route top of the of hill full of Buddhist prayer flag and following the serpentine trail to Tilicho base Camp 4650 meter overnight at Tilicho base camp Hotel 4650 meter.

Today you start your hike early morning to catch-up view of the Lake. The trek today takes you around 6 hrs then climbing side of alpine valley moraine and ridge all the way to Shree Kharka overnight at teahouse in Shree Kharka.

After breakfast start our hike in great alpine land and superb scenery we are heading to Chauri Lader or Yak Kharka today is gentle walk not very difficult, today’s hike is approximately 5 hrs overnight at Yak Kharka where people come normal route state right from Manang.

Today’s walk is about five hours after the breakfast to Thorong Phedi from where the ascension to Thorong La very early morning tomorrow will start. Take enough time to get a good rest so that you get all set for tomorrow.

Start the adventure today very early morning. You are going to achieve the culmination of the trek, Thorong La, today. Crossing the pass over 5400 meters above sea level is certainly an exciting adventure. Ascend the mountain on the trail on a slow pace to only to find the breathtaking Thorong La on the top waiting for you there. After crossing the pass, trek down to Muktinath, a beautiful village in the mountains.

Trek from Muktinath to the charming mountain town of Jomsom. Spend leisurely time exploring the beautiful Jomsom. Your trekking adventure comes to end here so give your legs some rest after these many days of walking in the Himalayas. Enjoy an easy day.

Take an early morning flight to Pokhara. A short flight of about twenty minutes brings you the beautiful lake city, Pokhara. Check into hotel. After spending some quiet days in the mountains, you might be craving for some city civilization. Lakeside town in Pokhara will bring your craving to reality. Enjoy your free day today in Pokhara strolling around lakeside.

Drive back to Kathmandu after breakfast. Or you have an option to fly back to Kathmandu paying an additional cost for the ticket. Check into the hotel once you arrive at Kathmandu and freshen up. We will go for dinner later in the evening.

You will be transferred to the airport as per your flight schedule. We will pick you up from the hotel three hours prior to your flight time.

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Annapurna Jomsom With Tilicho Lake Trekking


    • Airport picks up and transfers to hotel.
    • Accommodations in Kathmandu and Pokhara 3-star category with breakfast.
    • Day sightseeing in old heritage sites with a tourist guide.
    • All of the ground transportation is mentioned in the Itinerary.
    • Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit and TIMS Card.
    • An experienced and first aid trained license holder trekking guide.
    • Strong trekking porter (one porter for 2 persons) one porter carries 15 KG.
    • Breakfast lunch dinner during the trekking and Chitwan.
    • Meals, accommodation, transportation, equipment, insurance, and salary for trekking crews.
    • Simple Accommodation during the trek with twin or multi-sharing basis.
    • Applicable government taxes (13% VAT and 10% tourism service charges)
    • Nepali culture show with farewell dinner.

Doesn't Include

    • Nepal entry visa and Travel/Medical insurance.
    •  Snacks, drinks, and toiletries during the trekking,
    •  Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
    • Hot shower and Battery Charges while on trek (if need to pay)
    • Single supplements in hotels except for solo trekking service.
    • Optional trips which are not specified in the itinerary.
    • Necessary sightseeing entrance fee for the heritage site.
    • Personal trekking equipment and Donations to the local organization.
    • Helicopter evacuation/rescue in case of emergency.
    • Gratitude to guide and porter.

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    • Safety and security are the top concern
    • Value of money, Time, and best price guarantee
    • 24/7  customer service
    • Updated and well-tested Itinerary
    • Not no hidden charges or credit card booking fees.
    • Environmentally-friendly tours package
    • Most competitive price
    • Well-trained and expert Guide according to region
    • We design the Itinerary  according to your wish 

Equipment List

  • Lightweight, moisture-wicking base layers
  • Insulating layers (fleece or down jacket)
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket
  • Waterproof and breathable pants
  • Trekking pants (convertible to shorts are convenient)
  • Quick-drying T-shirts
  • Thermal socks
  • Waterproof and insulated gloves
  • Warm hat and sun hat
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Comfortable, broken-in trekking boots
  • Gaiters (optional but can be useful in snow or rain)
  • Large backpack (50-70 liters) for carrying personal gear
  • Daypack (20-30 liters) for daily essentials during trekking
Sleeping Gear:
  • Sleeping bag suitable for low temperatures (rated for at least -10°C or lower)
  • Sleeping bag liner (optional for added warmth and hygiene)

Trekking Gear:
  • Trekking poles for stability
  • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
  • Water purification tablets or water filter
  • Refillable water bottles or a hydration system
  • Duct tape or repair kit for gear
Health and Hygiene:
  • First aid kit with basic medications (consult with a healthcare professional)
  • Personal medications and prescriptions
  • Hand sanitizer and wet wipes
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Quick-dry towel
  • Sunscreen with high SPF
  • Lip balm with UV protection
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
  • Power bank and charging cables
  • Travel adapter for electrical outlets
Climbing Gear (if attempting higher peaks):
  • Crampons
  • Ice axe
  • Harness
  • Helmet
Documents and Permits:
  • Passport and necessary permits
  • Travel insurance
  • Passport-sized photos
  • Snacks and energy bars
  • Trekking map and guidebook
  • Whistle
  • Multi-tool or knife
  • Cash (local currency) and credit cards
  • Lightweight and compact daypack for exploring around base camps

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