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Annapurna Circuit

From £1499 for 22 days
Trip Overview
The Annapurna Circuit - rightly known as Nepal's classic trek - offers more variety than any other equivalent length trek, taking us through virtually every type of scenery that Nepal has to offer. There are superb views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri and an amazing variety of landscapes ranging from sub-tropical through alpine peaks to an arid semi-desert akin to Tibet. The climax of the trek is crossing the iconic Thorong La Pass (5416m). Based in teahouses throughout, we also get to spend time in villages inhabited by many of Nepal's different peoples, both Buddhist and Hindu.
Essential Info
Starts: Start Kathmandu.
Ends: End Kathmandu.
Ages: Min 16
Theme: Discovery, Walking
Trip Code: ETNQ
Activity Level:     
Countries visited: Nepal
What's Included


Breakfast is included throughout the trip


4 nights standard hotels and 17 nights teahouses 18 days point-to-point walking with full porterage


Trip Highlights

•   Witness the sunrise from Poon Hill

•   Cross the formidable Thorong La, Nepal's most famous mountain pass

•   Stay in teahouses and guesthouses along the Annapurna Circuit

•   Spend time in Nepal's capital, Kathmandu

Dates & Availability
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Departing: 22nd Sep 2019
Returning: 13th Oct 2019
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Departing: 29th Sep 2019
Returning: 20th Oct 2019
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Departing: 13th Oct 2019
Returning: 3rd Nov 2019
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Departing: 3rd Nov 2019
Returning: 24th Nov 2019
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Departing: 10th Nov 2019
Returning: 1st Dec 2019
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Departing: 13th Dec 2019
Returning: 3rd Jan 2020
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Departing: 16th Feb 2020
Returning: 8th Mar 2020
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Departing: 5th Apr 2020
Returning: 26th Apr 2020
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Departing: 27th Sep 2020
Returning: 18th Oct 2020
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Itinerary & Notes
Those on the group flight from London will arrive into Kathmandu in the evening and will be transferred to our hotel. Those not travelling with the group from London will meet us in the hotel. There will be a full trek briefing at the hotel tonight. *Hotel Royal Singi* (or similar)
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A more varied trip than the Everest trips I have done. The whole trip was amazing - great group of trekers - great leadership - wonderful support staff - epic scenery. Every day brought something different - from rice fields to baron high mountain areas - from 25 degrees to minus 12 ! - from high mountain views to flat valley landscapes. So, so glad I did this trip
Delightful fellow trekkers, a brilliant leader, the smiling Nepalese and amazing scenery made this the trek of a lifetime. We had no rain and much of the time walked in brilliant sunshine, which really lifts the spirits when you are feeling a bit knackered. The team dynamic really works. We all got on and helped each other. Now consider myself a leading expert on veg. noodle soup, tomato soup( both home made, of course ) along with egg and veg noodles and apple pie ! It felt a real privilege to visit this very poor country and see how the very tough Nepalese live. It makes you realise just how very fortunate we are with all the amenities we take for granted, which in Nepal would be a luxury.
The annapurna circuit has been on my wish list for a long time and having finally got to do it, it did not disappoint! The scenery is fantastic and ever changing with something new to look at, at seemingly every corner.
Descriptions or photographs cannot do justice to the dramatic scenery as
This trip was excellent-the first Himalayan experience, a highly thought-of trek through brilliant mountain and remote scenery in mostly ideal weather conditions with a great mix of fellow trekkers all led by a delightful knowledgable guide. The first week was spent trekking up the Marsyangaki River from to the remote high pass of the Thorong la then the circuit was completed by descending down the deep gorge of the Kala Gandaki surrounded by the high mountains of the Annapurna range. A euphoric feeling developed at the end of the circuit in Pokhara !
Fantastic trip. Great people, scenery, culture and views. Very well organised and was very well looked after by trip leader and whole exodus team.
A great holiday. Excellent leader, good group, great weather, excellent views, lovely locals.
Namaste! When we decided to book this trek we considered several things - costing, availability, timings and fitness level; and upon reflection, we chose the right trek at the right time - it was a fantastic experience. The trek itself is 18 days (with varying levels of distance) through a variety of scenery - from forests to valleys, from large villages to small hamlets - each day is unique and interesting with stunning views of the Himalayan mountains. You acclimatize slowly on gradual routes with a small group and guides: porters carry your large bag (exceptionally fast!) so you just have a day pack with you. As we trekked in December we hardly saw other trekkers on our route and this made for a more remote feeling: you are embedded in the local culture from the start and to the end. This will be a memorable trip for you.
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