Asiana Treks

Mardi Himal-Annapurna Base Camp and Khopra Ridge Trekking

Best Price
19 days
Max. Elevation
4620 m / 15157 ft
Group size
1 - 15
Tourist Bus/4 wheel drive/car 
Best Season
September-November and February to June 15
Simple Teahouse
B/B in Kathmandu and Pokhara and Trekking B/L/D
Starts at/ Ends at
kathmandu / kathmandu
Trip Route
Kathmandu- Pokhara- Mardi Himal- Annapurna basecamp and Khopra ridge Trekking


    • Mardi Himal, Annapurna Base Camp, and Khopra Ridge Combo three iconic treks into one journey.
    • The trek offers stunning views of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Mt. Fishtail range.
    • Renowned for its natural gardens filled with native rhododendrons and breathtaking scenery throughout the trekking.
    • Witness awe-inspiring sunrise vistas from Poon Hill, as well as the mind-blowing panoramas from Annapurna Base Camp, Mardi, and Khopra.
    • The journey offers a unique wilderness experience, valleys, landscapes, and forests rich in flora and fauna.
    • Pokhara has a lake view and a relaxing gateway to the Annapurna region.
    • This trail goes through dense maple, hemlock, rhododendron, and oak forests.
    • Experience the warmth of cultural homestays, offering a homely atmosphere and local cuisine.
    • Wander through hillside villages, crossing suspension bridges and picturesque fields.
    • Discover natural viewpoints nestled within the woods, offering fascinating vistas of the surrounding landscape.



Mardi Himal-Annapurna Base Camp and Khopra RidgeTrekking is an extraordinary and captivating journey that seamlessly combines three of the most popular trekking destinations in the Southern Annapurna Himalaya region: Mardi Himal, Annapurna Base Camp, and Khair Lake. This three-in-one adventure Best trekking is tailor-made for nature enthusiasts seeking an escape into the pristine wilderness, far from the disruptions of modern roads.
This remarkable trek takes you through some of the most dramatic landscapes, providing daily glimpses of the awe-inspiring Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges. You'll embark on an incredible journey, transitioning from the warm, terraced paddy fields to the refreshing alpine forests adorned with towering rhododendron, oak, magnolia, and pine trees. These hills come alive in spring with vibrant colors as wild rhododendrons bloom profusely, Nepal's national flower.
The trek covers three exceptional areas, each with its unique charm. Ghorepani and Kopra Ridge are renowned for their sprawling natural gardens featuring native rhododendrons. You'll have the opportunity to hike to Poon Hill for breathtaking sunrise vistas that encompass a multitude of peaks. From there, you'll venture off the beaten path to reach the sacred Khayar Lake, a hidden gem seldom visited by trekkers, offering a chance to explore some of the more remote and isolated regions of the Annapurna.
Your adventure commences in the picturesque city of Pokhara, nestled within a stunning valley. The journey begins in the Mardi Himal region, located beneath the towering Machhapuchare South Face, known as the "Fish Tail" peak. From there, you'll transition to the main trekking route leading to the iconic Annapurna Sanctuary, surrounded by towering peaks, ultimately reaching the Annapurna Base Camp, which offers mind-blowing panoramas of the mighty mountains.
As the trek unfolds, you'll journey towards the pristine and remote Khair Lake, considered sacred as the glaciers from the snow-capped peaks feed it. Following this, you'll rejoin the main trekking trails at Ghorepani and Poon Hill, where you'll be treated to captivating sunrise views over a range of mountains. Finally, the trek concludes in the enchanting city of Pokhara, offering a perfect culmination to this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
The Standard Annapurna Trekking is a fantastic combination of the most captivating destinations in the Annapurna region, providing an unforgettable and awe-inspiring experience for those who seek the best of nature and adventure.

Important Note

Best time to travel to Nepal :

Nepal is a country of differences with various landscapes, including towering mountain ranges, lush forests, and a vibrant cultural heritage. The best time to travel to Nepal depends on your preferences and the type of excursions or events you intend to participate in. Generally, Nepal has four distinct seasons, each with unique charms and challenges.

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 Season: From 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.

Fitness and Training:

Trekking and climbing in Nepal's Hilly region and high-terrain Himalayas require physical fitness and training for a safe journey. Trekking involves walking long distances, sometimes for hours daily, over different terrain and at high altitudes. To build stamina and prepare the body, it's best to start fitness activities a few months before the trip, including cardio, strength, and endurance training.

Your journey to Nepal can be safe and successful with physical fitness, training, and preparation. Be aware of the risks and challenges, and take necessary safety measures for a fun and secure trip.

Trek Booking:

Asiana Treks and Tours is the best and most trusted trek and tour company operator authorized by the Nepal government. We require a 10% advance payment to book your trip, and you'll need to send us a copy of your passport, photos, travel insurance, and flight details as soon as you book a tour with us. You can use bank transfer, or any other way like Western Union, or online via our website, which is easy. The remaining trip cost can be paid upon arrival in Nepal. We offer last-minute bookings, but changes may occur due to circumstances like bad weather. 

Trek difficulty 

The Mardi Himal, Annapurna Base Camp and Khopra ridge trek presents a moderate and challenging yet enriching adventure. Your enjoyment of the trip will largely depend on your level of fitness. We recommend building stamina at least two weeks before the trek. Activities include jogging, running, swimming, or taking long hikes for the journey ahead.

Completing this trek is achievable even if you're a beginner, although you must maintain a reasonable fitness level. Prior trekking experience can be advantageous, though it is optional. All you need is the readiness to hike steadily for 4-8 hours, navigating tricky terrain.

Suppose trekkers have pre-existing medical conditions, such as lung or heart diseases. In that case, they are advised to consult their physician before booking the trek to ensure their safety and well-being throughout the journey.

Entry permit and requirements (About Visa) 

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: 

Fifteen days, 30 days, or 90 days. The cost varies from $30 to $125 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 for Annapurna base camp Trekking :

TIMS and permits are compulsory to travel to the Mardi Himal, Annapurna Base Camp and Khopra ridge three-one -in trek is in  Annapurna  region or visit. These permits include the TIMS card and the Annapurna Conservation Area permit. You can get these permits in Kathmandu or Pokhara from registered trekking companies.

The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permits foreigners 3000 Rs per person, which is $26$ in covalent.

The TIMS card is 2000 Rs Per person (USD 17). in eco vallent.

The ACAP permit for Indians is 1500 RS per person, and the TIMS is 600 RS per person.

Travel Insurance:

Asiana Treks and Tours strongly advises our valuable clients to have travel insurance that protects adventurous activities at high altitudes above 5,000 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 trekking choices for 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.

Trip Safety:

We highly give top priority. We provide experienced guides with first aid kits and necessary safety gear to ensure a safe hand. Our team monitors weather and trail conditions and takes precautions to avoid risks. Before starting the trek, we discuss the trip to provide a clear understanding and ensure a reliable experience.

Guide and Porter Arrangement:

Our company, Asiana Treks and Tours, focuses on responsible tourism in Nepal. We make sure our guides and porters are well-trained in Trekking and mountaineering. They know a lot about the areas we go to, including geography, history, customs, and culture. We train them regularly in safety, first aid, and environmental conservation. We follow guidelines to treat our porters fairly, providing them with good pay, accommodation, and meals during treks. Our guides and porters are essential team members, and we appreciate their hard work. When you trek with us, you support ethical tourism in Nepal, making your trip meaningful and memorable.

Asiana Treks and Tours prioritizes your safety and enjoyment. Our knowledgeable guides, reliable equipment, and safety measures ensure a great trekking experience in Nepal.

Packing Check list:

When planning a trip to Nepal, packing the right gear is crucial for a successful journey, which 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.

Teahouse Facilities:

Guest houses are familiar places to stay while trekking in Nepal. They're simple lodges with rooms, eating areas, and toilets. Guest houses vary in quality but are affordable and convenient for trekkers. They offer a cozy place to rest after walking and serve Nepali and international food. Rooms usually have twin or bunk beds, and bathrooms are shared. They provide blankets and pillows. Our company offers sleeping bags, but bringing one for extra comfort is a good idea.

Safe drinking water:

Drinking more than three litres of water daily is essential when 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 safe drinking. 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.

Toilet Facilities in Annapurna Base Camp Trekking:

Most teahouses have Western-style flush toilets during mountain treks, especially at lower elevations. But as you go higher, find simple squat toilets along the trails and teahouses at higher altitudes. These toilets usually have water or toilet paper, but it's a good idea to bring your toilet paper just in case. You can also use restrooms at nearby teahouses or find a private spot along the trekking routes.

Internet Connectivity:

While trekking in the Himalayan region of Nepal, connecting with your family and friends is also a good idea. You can find internet access at teahouses and lodges, but it might be extra minimal cost. The signal might be weak because of the remote location. You can also get internet access using a local SIM card and data packages available at Kathmandu airport or nearby shops in Thamel and Pokhara. You'll have a passport-sized photo and a copy of your passport to get a SIM card. It's a good idea to compare prices and data packages from telecom companies like Ncell and Nepal Telecom before buying. Knowing about teahouse connectivity. Our guide will suggest connections for you. 

High 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. However, it's best to consult a doctor first. Proper acclimatization techniques are like "climb high, sleep low," and please keep in mind that during your trek, you should always stay hydrated, which would reduce the risk of altitude sickness. Booking with an experienced guide can ensure you get the right advice and help during your trek.

About the sensitive zone in Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

There are some risky areas to watch out for during the Mardi Himal, Annapurna Base Camp and Khopra Ridge Trek. This trek is also known as the three-one-in combo trek. Certain parts of the trail, such as the steep descent from Mardi high camp to view point, Kuldi Ghar to Bamboo, Near Hotel Himalaya to after Himalaya, Hinko Cave to Deurali, and Deurali to Bagar, and dobato to Khopra and Khopra to khair Lake can be hazardous, especially during snowfall or heavy rains in winter and March. Our guides are familiar with these risky spots and can help navigate them safely. Travelers sometimes run into difficulties, and sadly, some have even lost their lives while trekking to Mardi Himal, Annapurna Base Camp and Khopra ridge trail without a guide and proper information.

Trip Itinerary

When you Land at Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative will warmly welcome you and assist with your transfer to a centrally located hotel in Kathmandu. After you have settled into your comfortable rooms and refreshed, our guide or tour escort will provide you with essential information about your upcoming trek, the Best of Annapurna Himalaya Trekking. They will ensure you have all the details to make your trip enjoyable and memorable.

Max. altitude

1,337 m/4,385 ft


3* hotel


Only Hotel Today

After a scenic morning flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara's famous and beautiful tourist destination, Upon reaching Phedi a small village on the Pokhara-Beni highway, The path leads uphill through farmhouses and well-tended terraced fields, guides and staff will transport you on an exciting short drive to Phadi. During the drive, you'll be treated to stunning hemja valley after one hour you will have great views of the Annapurna range, including the magnificent Machhapuchare Himal, also known as 'Fish Tail.' You'll rewarded continue to a scenic view and tracess field and Village view from where you can enjoy breathtaking panoramas of Annapurna, Manaslu, Lamjung, and Machhapuchare. After a pleasant lunch break, you continous gradual climb to Potana village, which offers more grand mountain views. The route then takes you further uphill through a forest of rhododendrons and pine trees until you reach Pitam Deurali. From here, you'll have more opportunities to admire the mountains and lush landscapes before reaching Kokar Forest Camp, a place with a few good basic lodges that offer beautiful mountain views. Meals: B/L/D/Accommodation: guest house

Max. altitude

2,031 m/6661 ft


6 hrs


Best guest house



After a peaceful night at Kokar Forest Camp, your morning walk begins with steep climbs to Low Camp, a grazing pasture land, and an overnight stop at Mardi Base Camp. The trek offers magnificent views of Annapurna and Machhapuchare peaks as you walk through the forested surroundings and arrive at High Camp en route to Mardi Base Camp. As you climb higher, you'll enter a more open area, leaving the tree line and entering alpine terrain. At High Camp, you'll have the chance to marvel at the Annapurna Himalayas.

Max. altitude

3701 m/12139


5-6 hrs


Best guest house



Today, you'll explore the scenic and beautiful high country, embarking on a day hike to the highest point of your adventure, Mardi Base Camp, which is situated at an altitude of over 4,500 meters. The hike will provide breathtaking views of the Annapurna Himalayan range, including the rocky and ice-covered Mardi Himal and the iconic Fish Tail peak (Machhapuchare). After a day filled with stunning scenery, you'll return to High Camp for your overnight stay.

Max. altitude



6 hrs


Best guest house



Leaving the lovely forested surroundings of High Camp, your morning walk will take you back to the lower hills, where you'll reach Landruk village. The path leads through forests of rhododendrons and pine trees and follows the same trail to Jungle Camp and beyond. You'll descend for a long while until you reach the base of a high hill at Landruk, where you'll spend the night.

Max. altitude

1,565 m/5,133 ft


7 hrs


3* hotel



It takes areound 6 hours 2,361m/7,743ft,B/L/D, overnight at guest house. After enjoying the fabulous views of Annapurna South and Huinchuli peaks, your walk will take you on a short descent through farming areas. You'll cross a bridge over the Modi River and reach New Bridge, a small village. From here, you'll ascend to Jhinu Danda and its village on stone steps. Your journey climbs to a ridge and then descends to a large Gurung village at Chomrong, where you may stop for lunch. After a refreshing break, the walk drops to Chomrong River and climbs for a while to arrive at Sinwa Danda's ridge top, where you'll find a few simple lodges for your overnight stay.

It takes around 6 hours; 3,100m/10,168ft Overnight at guest house B/L/D. Starting from this isolated spot, the walk leads you into the cool shade of the forest. You'll follow a winding path and descend to Bamboo, a place with several lodges by the Modi River within a bamboo forest. After a short rest, the walk continues uphill to Dovan, located in the middle of a forest within the Modi River gorge. As you continue, the air gets cooler and fresher as you enter the Annapurna Sanctuary. The walk takes you on a gentle ascent to the Himalaya Hotel near Hinko's large cave, right beneath the Hiunchuli peak. You'll walk on an old glacier and moraine from a past avalanche, cross a small bridge, and climb briefly to Deurali, your last lodge, before reaching Machhapuchare Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp.

It takes around 5-6 hours 4130m/ 13546ft overnight at guesthouse B/L/D. Your morning walk today will lead you to one of the highlights of the trek, Annapurna Base Camp, located within a scenic sanctuary surrounded by an array of giant peaks. As you continue, the green vegetation and tree lines will fade as you follow the Modi River upstream. The walk becomes more challenging in some places, with a short, steep climb to Machhapuchare Base Camp, a stunning spot beneath Mt. Machhapuchare's North Face. After a short while, you'll reach Annapurna Base Camp, located at a higher elevation and offers spectacular views of Annapurna peaks encircling the sanctuary, with Annapurna I as the centerpiece. In the afternoon, you'll have leisure time to enjoy the mountain views. Annapurna Base Camp was first explored by British adventurer Col. James O.M. 'Jimmy' Roberts in 1956 and was introduced to the world as the 'Sanctuary of Gods.' The sanctuary has been known as "Annapurna Sanctuary" ever since.

It takes around 6 hours,2,360m/7,740ft overnight at gust house B/L/D. After enjoying the morning panorama of the peaks, you'll begin your journey back along the same downhill trails, returning from the arctic terrain of ice and glaciers to the warmth of the woodlands. You'll return to Bamboo, where you'll find several lodges near the Modi River within the bamboo forest. After a brief rest, you'll continue the walk uphill to Sinwa Danda for your overnight stay, following a long and rewarding day of walking.

It takes around 6 hours, overnight at guest house 2,685m/8,806ft, B/L/D. Today from Sinuwa, you'll walk downhill to a river and uphill to the top ridge of Chomrong village, where your route takes you near Kimrong Valley. The path leads you past Gurjong village and further uphill through forested areas with steep climbs. Eventually, you'll reach Tadapani hilltop, which is nestled within the forest and offers magnificent views of Annapurna peaks.

It takes around 6-7 hours, 3,200m/10,496ft at guest house B/L/D. After a pleasant overnight stop in Tadapani, your morning walk will take you off the main trekking route to Ghorepani. You'll venture into pure wilderness, trekking high into deep forests of rhododendrons, magnolia, oaks, and pine trees. As you continue, you'll leave behind human settlements and farm villages, reaching an open field called Do-Bato, where you'll enjoy fantastic views of the Annapurna Himalaya range. After a refreshing break, the journey continues, leading you to Bhaise Kharka, another remote and isolated spot with a few small huts serving as tea houses.

It takes around 6 hours,4,020m/13,185ft Over night at guest house B/L/D. Today after breakfast in the morning trek begins on off-the-beaten tracks, heading north into a forest of rhododendrons and Bamboo. You'll gradually climb through woodlands, leaving the tree lines and entering alpine terrain. The path will take you to Kopra Ridge, where you'll walk for a few hours and reach this high vantage point. At Kopra Ridge, you'll enjoy stunning views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Vara Shikar (Annapurna Fang), and Annapurna South, towering high above the landscape.

It takes around 6-7 hours,4,020m/13,185ft overnight at guest house B/L/D. In the morning, after breakfast you'll set out on your final destination, Khayar Lake, at an elevation of 4,620m. This scenic hike takes you to the holy glacial pond of Khayar. On this local pilgrimage site, religious celebrations occur annually in the auspicious month of August, according to the Hindu Lunar calendar. Villagers from nearby hills and valleys gather to worship the freezing lake and bathe with Lord Shiva. The setting offers breathtaking views of the Vara-Shikar and Annapurna South peaks. After visiting the lake, you'll return to Kopra Ridge for your overnight stay.

It takes around 5-6 hours,2,277m/7,468ft overnight at guest house B/L/D. Continuing your journey, you'll enjoy a leisurely walk with a long descent, passing Chistibung and venturing into forested areas. You'll cross a few streams on a gradual winding path and re-enter the realm of farm villages and warmer temperatures. The trail will take you to Swata Village, populated by the Pun Magar tribe, with views of the Dhaulagiri range.

After experiencing the complete wilderness and hidden pockets of the Annapurna Himalaya, today's walk will take you back to the main trekking trails. Upon reaching Chitre villages and enjoying fabulous views of Dhaulagiri, you'll steadily climb through a rhododendron forest to get a high ridge at Ghorepani, one of the most famous villages known for its scenic views of Poon Hill.

In the early morning, you'll hike from Ghorepani to Poon Hill, which takes less than an hour. Poon Hill stands at an altitude of 3,210m and offers stunning sunrise views over the world's three highest mountain ranges: Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu, and the majestic Machhapuchare Himal. Before descending to Ghorepani for breakfast, you'll enjoy a glorious panorama of more than 360-degree views of the peaks. Afterward, you'll continue downhill through pleasant rhododendron woodlands and reach Ulleri village, followed by Tikhedhunga, where you'll find views of waterfalls along the way. Your trek takes you through more farm villages, and you'll eventually reach a warmer climate. From there, you'll drive to Pokhara by jeep.

After breakfast at Pokhara Go for the sightseeing tour of some places like Davis falls, Gupteswor cave etc. of do some extra adventure sport, Paragliding, Zipline, Bungee jumping according to your wish or Drive back to Lakeside and take your leisurely time on your own to get some massage, strolling around lakeside, shopping etc.

It take around 7-8 hours by bus option. Have a flight at extra cost take around 25 minute1,337m/4,385ft overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu, B.Depending on road conditions, You'll then drive back to Pokhara, passing through farm villages and fields to reach Kathmandu. After the exhilarating journey, you'll be transferred to your respective hotels in the bustling city of Kathmandu.

On your final day in this fascinating and culturally rich country, you'll be transferred to Kathmandu International Airport for your international or connecting flight back home. Please let me know if you need any further information or assistance! see you soon.

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    • Airport picks up and transfers to hotel.
    • Accommodations in Kathmandu and Pokhara 3-star category hotel with breakfast.
    • All of the ground transportation is mentioned in the Itinerary.
    • Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit and TIMS Card.
    • Entry Fee for Poonhill and Hotspring.
    • Pokhara sightseeing and Boating in Phewa lake.
    • An experienced and first aid trained license holder trekking guide.
    • A 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 staff.
    • 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 your Travel/Medical insurance.
    • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
    • Single supplements in hotels except for solo trekking service.
    • Optional trips are not specified in the itinerary.
    • Battery Charges are available during the trek if need to pay extra cost.)
    • Personal trekking equipment, hot shower If needed to pay while on a trek.
    • Drinks (including tea) and Bar Bill (beverage)
    • Helicopter evacuation/rescue in case of emergency
    • Donations to the local organization
    • Tipping to guide and porter.

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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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