Trip Facts
  • Activities: Trekking and Hiking
  • Min. Age: 12
  • 3 Nights 4* Hotel 
  • 12 Nights Best Available Teahouse
  • 15 Breakfasts
  • 13 Lunches
  • 14 Dinners
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Annapurna Circuit Trek lets you tread on ancient trails and walk through a diverse landscape. Stay at family-run teahouses and enjoy local hospitality. Explore ancient village squares and monasteries. Walk past sacred mani walls and spin Buddhist prayer wheels, sending out a prayer to the mountain gods.  Interact with locals and experience indigenous mountain cultures. Get awed by the magnificence of the towering peaks and frozen lakes. Ascend the high pass of Thorong La and reach the edge of the Tibetan plateau. One of the classic long-distance treks in the world, Annapurna Circuit Trek is a Himalayan adventure beyond compare!

Annapurna Circuit Trek, a classic trek in the Nepal Himalaya, takes you to one of the most popular trekking trails in the world. A favorite of many trekkers who have been to the Himalayas, hiking the Annapurna Circuit allows you to complete a loop in the Annapurna region. The journey takes you from lush green terraced farms to barren landscapes surrounded by soaring icy mountains.Your Annapurna Circuit Trek begins from Lower Pisang. Tread on ancient trails used by locals and traders trading along the old Tibet trade route. Cross one of the highest mountain passes in the world, Thorong La Pass. There are many highlights of this trek – the fascinating journey past the two river valleys, Marshyangdi and Kali Gandaki, the crossing of the challenging Thorong La Pass (bordering Tibet), the exciting hike through the Kali Gandaki gorge to Muktinath a holy mountain shrine sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. But the one which will remain etched in your mind is the walk through the high altitude lakes of Tilicho Lake thorong la pass and Ice Lake. After crossing the Thorong La head down to Muktinath. And make your way to the mountain town of Jomsom

Throughout your journey our experienced trek leader will be there to guide you. He will dispense valuable advice and nuggets of information about the people and places along the trail. Many who have completed the Annapurna Circle swear that this is the best trek that Nepal has to offer. The circuit is highly recommended by all trekkers as a spectacular trekking route. The diversity of landscape, mountain views, culture and people you encounter during the trek are incomparable.  

Short on time or a first-time trekker? Do check out these treks! Annapurna Base camp Trek-11 days, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek-13 days, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek-7 days,Mardi Himal Trek-9days and Khopra Ridge Trek-10 days, 

Trip Highlights

  • Cross the Thorong La pass and hike across the world’s deepest gorge Kali Gandaki Gorge
  • Visit the mesmerizing high altitude mountain lakes of Tilicho (4920m) and Ice Lake(4600m)
  • Take the lesser known trails that avoids the dusty motorable roads
  • Traverse two river valleys- Marshyangdi River Valley and Kali Gandaki River Valley during your Annapurna Circuit Trek
  • Walk along an ancient trade route that’s still used by mountain dwellers
  • Immerse yourself in mountain culture
  • Close up views of 7000 and 8000 metre peaks- Annapurna Massif, Lamjung Himal, Dhaulagiri

 Is this trip suitable for you?

  • As the Annapurna Circuit Trek takes you to elevations above 5000 metres, you need to have a high level of physical fitness.
  • From Besisahar, you board a four wheeler and drive on a rough jeep track to Lower Pisang. The ride can be best described as an off-road adventure as the vehicle winds through a gravelly and mountainous route. 
  • You begin your Annapurna Circuit Trek-16 days from Lower Pisang (3,200m). The trail is filled with steep ascents and descents and river crossings via traditional wooden bridges. The most difficult part of the trek is the crossing of the Thorung La pass (5,460m) - the highest point of the trek.
  • If you can easily hike on rough terrain and can climb stairs without any difficulty, you can do this trek. No technical climbing involved. 
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No. of People Price per person
1 - 1   USD 3580
2 - 4   USD 2590
5 - 8   USD 2410
9 +   USD 2220
No of traveller
USD 3580
Total: USD 3580

Day to Day Itinerary

Arrival on: Kathmandu, Nepal | Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal

DAY 1:

Arrival in Kathmandu (1,400m/4,428ft) expand

Transfer to Hotel and Trek Preparation

Enjoy the view of Kathmandu spreading below before your plane lands at Tribhuvan International Airport. Upon your arrival our representative will meet you at the airport terminal and drive you to your hotel. Freshen up and take some rest. Later in the afternoon or evening attend a pre-trek briefing.

Meet your trek leader and if you any questions about the trek you can ask your trek leader. Get your trekking gear and equipments checked. If you have missed out on any items you can always buy them in Kathmandu. Thamel, Kathmandu’s tourist district is lined with stores selling trekking gears and equipments- from budget to branded stuff. 

As you will have an early start on Day 2 it is advisable to schedule your arrival to Kathmandu in the morning or during daytime. This will allow you to attend the pre-trip briefing and give you ample time to rest before the start of your Annapurna adventure. Overnight in Kathmandu  

Accommodation: Hotel Shanker

DAY 2:

Kathmandu (1400m/4593ft) to Besisahar to Jagat (1300m/4264ft) expand

Distance: 9-10 hours drive

You leave Kathmandu and drive along the winding road down to Naubise. Mesmerizing views of green hills and local farms fill the landscape. Drive beside the glacial river of Trishuli before reaching the confluence of Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers. Cross a bridge spanning the Marshyangdi river and drive along the Prithvi Highway.

The road winds along a verdant forest. Drive past the charming town of Besisahar, set beside the Marshyangdi river. Your destination is Jagat, an ancient settlement which was once the point where taxes were collected from travelers traveling along the old Tibet trade route. Once you reach Jagat head to a teahouse and take a well deserved rest. Overnight in Jagat.


Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 3:

Drive from Jagat to Lower Pisang (3,200m/10,498ft) via Chame (2670m/8,759ft) expand

Distance: 5-6 hours Drive



From Jagat drive to the ancient village of Lower Pisang via Chame. You follow a rough jeep track past a landscape filled with brown hills, cascading waterfalls, snowy peaks and pine trees. Drive past a lunar landscape before reaching the village of Lower Pisang. Head to a teahouse and after a brief rest, explore this ancient village.


Pisang is divided into Upper and Lower Pisang. Lined with prayer wheels mani walls and chortens, Upper Pisang is the old settlement. The village is filled with ancient traditional houses and an old monastery. Most of the teahouses and business establishments are located in Lower Pisang. There’s not much greenery in this part of the world and the landscape is barren.


The inhabitants of Upper and Lower Pisang are descendants of Tibetan settlers. They follow Tibetan customs and their lifestyle is similar to Tibetans. From here you can savor close up views of Pisang Peak, Lamjung Himal and Annapurna II. Overnight in Lower Pisang.


Accommodation: Tea House
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DAY 4:

Trek Lower Pisang-Ghyaru-Nyawal- Braga- Manang (3,540m/11,613ft) expand

Walking Distance: 6-7 hours

You begin your Annapurna Circuit Trek from here. Today you will be walking along one of the toughest but also the most beautiful section of the trail. The hike involves steep ascents with glorious views of the Annapurna Massif and other peaks and the Marshyangdi River valley. The landscape is partly arid (like the Tibetan plateau) with some sections covered with pine wood forest.

Walk through the picturesque settlements of Ghyaru and Nyawal. It is a tough climb but the views are awesome. The pointed summit of Annapurna III and Tilicho or Tent Peak look over the trail.  Braga is an old village filled with traditional houses built by Tibetan settlers. The village has one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in Nepal.  

From Braga take a short walk to Manang. The trail is even and easy. Within a short duration of just 40 minutes you will reach this ancient settlement. Head to a teahouse once you reach the settlement and take a well-deserved rest. Overnight in Manang.


Accommodation: Tea House
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DAY 5:

Manang to Ice Lake (4,600m/15,091ft) & back to Manang expand

Walking Distance: 6-7hours

Spend a day in Manang acclimatizing. The village of Manang lies at the foot of Annapurna III and offers splendid views of Gangapurna and Annapurna. Take an acclimatization walk today to Ice Lakes. Locally known as Kicho Tal, the trail to the Ice Lakes winds along the northern slopes of Chulu East. The lakes are fed by the Chulu River that flows down the slopes of Chulu East. Spend some time soaking in the peaceful and heavenly ambience. Take pictures before retracing your steps back to Manang. Overnight in Manang.

Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 6:

Manang- Acclimatization Day (3,540m/11,613ft)- Visit Himalayan Rescue Association’s Clinic expand

 You spend an additional day in Manang acclimatizing. Inhabited by Mananges, the settlement is known as the home of merchants trading along the Upper Mustang and Tibet route. Explore the village, visit the monastery and interact with the locals. Take an acclimatization walk and visit the Himalayan Rescue Association’s Clinic. The clinic wasestablished in1981 to aid trekkers and climbers suffering from sicknesses related to high altitude. Doctors manning the health aid post daily hold talks and lectures on high altitude sicknesses (AMS, HACE, HAPE) - how to recognize the symptoms and prevent it. Overnight in Manang  

Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 7:

Manang to Sri Kharkha (4,000m/13,122ft) expand

Walking Distance: 4-5 hours

Leaving Manang take an uphill ascent and cross a suspension bridge spanning the Manang River.  Continue climbing up. After a couple of hours walk you reach Khangsar village.  From the village take the upward trail leading to Shree Kharka.  After hiking for just over an hour or two you reach the village of Shree Kharka. Head to a teahouse and take a well deserved rest. Overnight in Sri Kharkha.


Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 8:

Sri Kharkha to Tilicho Base Camp (4150m/13,614ft) expand

Walking Distance: 3-4 hours

Follow an easy trail to Tilicho Base Camp. There are only a few gentle ascents en route. But be careful at the landslide area before reaching Tilicho Base Camp. There are loose rocks and pebbles and you need to watch your step. Walk cautiously along the narrow path till you reach Tilicho base Camp. Once you reach the base camp, walk to a teahouse where your rooms are booked and take rest. Overnight in Tilicho Base Camp.


Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Breakfast
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  • Dinner

DAY 9:

Tilicho Base Camp to Tilicho Lake (4920m/16,141ft/) Back to Sri Kharkha expand

Walking Distance: 4 to 5 hours

This day is memorable as you visit the highest lake in Nepal, Tilicho Lake situated at an elevation of 4920 meters.  You follow a trail that goes up and up till you reach the lake. The dark emerald waters of Tilicho Lake surrounded by pure white snow and ice will surely captivate you. Take pictures and soak in the heavenly views before retracing your steps back to Sri Kharkha. Once you reach the settlement, head to a teahouse and relax. Overnight in Sri Kharkha.


Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 10:

Sri Kharkha to Yak Kharka (4,050m/13.286ft) expand

Walking Distance: 4-5 hours

Head to Yak Kharka following a gentle ascent. After reaching an abandoned settlement the trail dips down and goes past cultivated grounds and farmlands. There is a gentle ascent again, up to a hill from where one can view Yak Kharka. Take a steep descent, cross the river and amble up again till you reach the settlement of Yak Kharka. The settlement is actually a grazing pasture used by yak herders. There are only a handful of teahouses offering accommodation and food. Overnight in Yak Kharka.


Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 11:

Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4,525m/14,845ft) expand

Walking Distance: 3-5 hours

This is the last leg of the walk before you make the challenging traverse to Thorong La pass. You are walking above 4000 meters and your body is gradually getting used to high altitude. Take it slow and keep yourself hydrated. Have diamox if you feel the altitude is affecting you. The trail to Thorong Phedi goes along a secluded and solitary landscape. Enjoy the solitude and the views. Thorong Phedi is a glacier valley surrounded by snowy mountains on three sides. Usually it’s freezing out here. Once you reach this stopover point, head quickly to a teahouse and warm yourself. Retire early as you have a long day ahead of you tomorrow. Overnight in Thorong Phedi.


Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 12:

Thorong Phedi – Thorong La Pass (5,460m/17,912ft) Muktinath (3760m/12,335ft) expand

Walking Distance: 8-9 hours

Today’s walk is difficult. You make an early start and head off at the crack of dawn. The trail is steep but easy. The last 600 meters to the highest point of the trek tends to be the toughest. When you finally reach the top of Thorong La Pass, spectacular views of the mountains greet you. Dhaulagiri rises in all its glory.  In the distance you can see the ancient kingdom of Upper mustang and the Tibetan plateau. Take pictures and celebrate this wonderful moment with your teammates. Afterwards head down to the holy pilgrimage site of Muktinath. Named after a temple that is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists, Muktinath is regarded as a place to receive salvation.  As you reach this small settlement, make your way to a guesthouse and rest your aching muscles. Overnight in Muktinath.

Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Dinner

DAY 13:

Muktinath to Jomsom (2,720m/8,923ft) expand

Walking Distance: 5 -6 hours


Before leaving Muktinath, visit the Muktinath Temple and seek blessings from the guardian deities, Lord Vishnu for Hindus and Avalokiteshwara for Buddhists. Other small shrines and Buddhist Gompa surround the main temple. It is believed that the Buddhist guru Padmasambhava blessed this place. After visiting the temple, board a vehicle and drive to Jomsom. The rough jeep track winds along the banks of the pristine Kali Gandaki river. The river is a source of ammonites or saligrams (fossilized mollusks worshipped by Hindus as a representation of Lord Vishnu). After walking for a couple of hours you reach Jomsom, a picturesque small town and the headquarters of Mustang district.

In  Jomsom you will find internet cafes, bakeries selling delectable pies and pastries, restaurants, bars and a range of accommodation choices(budget to high end).  The town is filled with white-washed traditional houses. After checking in at the lodge stroll around the ancient part of the town or simply call it a day and take rest. Congratulations, you have completed the Annapurna Circuit and this calls for a celebration. Get together with your teammates and crew and celebrate in the evening. Overnight in Jomsom.  

Accommodation: Tea House
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  • Lunch
  • Dinner

DAY 14:

Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara (800m/2,625ft) expand

Duration: 25 minute flight

Take a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. From the window you can see the Annapurna mountains and Dhaulagiri rising up almost to touch the sky. On reaching Pokhara head to your hotel and check in. The rest of the day is free. You can spend it as you wish. Stroll around the lakeside or explore more of the city on your own or book a guided tour at an extra cost. The lakeside area is lined with shops selling handicraft items in case you need to shop for souvenirs. Overnight in Pokhara. 


Accommodation: Hotel Barahi
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  • Breakfast

DAY 15:

Pokhara to Kathmandu (1400m/4593ft) By private vehicle expand

Duration: 6-7 hours drive

Drive to Kathmandu by a comfortable tourist coach. Enjoy the scenic landscape as your bus winds  along the Prithvi Highway.  Once you reach Kathmandu check in at your hotel and take rest. Evening, head to an authentic Nepali restaurant for farewell dinner (complimentary). Enjoy a sumptuous Nepali feast and a cultural show. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Accommodation: Hotel Shanker
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  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

DAY 16:

Final Departure expand


Bid goodbye to Nepal. Our representative will drive you to the international airport three hours prior to your flight’s departure. If you are interested in exploring more places do let us know. We run tours to some of the most fascinating and exotic destinations.

  • Meal Included :
  • Breakfast

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You can change this itinerary, services, accommodation, duration of this trip etc.to suit your needs and budget. The choice is yours. Let us help you tailor your perfect holiday.


What's Included

  • Airport pick up & drop off service in a private vehicle
  • 4-star accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • 4-star accommodation in Pokhara with breakfast
  • All ground transportation by comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary

  • Transfer from Kathmandu to Lower Pisang by Private Vehicle
  • Transfer from Pokhara to Kathmandu by comfortable private vehicle
  • Best available clean and comfortable Tea house accommodation during the trek
  • Farewell dinner
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with tea/coffee during the trek
  • Seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Domestic flight (Jomsom-Pokhara)
  • Highly experienced, English-speaking, government-licensed, trained in first-aid Trek Leader (Guide)
  • Assistant Trekking Guide (4 trekkers : 1 Asst. guide) for personalized care
  • Porter service to carry your main luggage during the trek (2 trekkers : 1 porter)
  • Staff cost including their food, accommodation, salary, flight, insurance, equipment etc.
  • Trekking permits - Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) entry fee and TIMS
  • First Aid kit, Pulse Oximeter and essential medicines (Paracetamol, Diamox etc.) carried by the Trek Leader
  • Souvenirs - Third Rock Adventures’ kit bag (Duffel bag), T-shirt, and trekking map
  • Down jacket and sleeping bag (to be returned after trek completion)
  • All Local and Government taxes, administrative charges
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival or late departure
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Nepal Visa fee
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • International flights
  • Excess baggage fee
  • Personal expenses (phone call, internet, laundry, bar bills, snacks, battery recharge, bottled or boiled water, souvenirs, hot showers, extra porter etc.)
  • Personal trekking gear and equipment
  • Tips for guide, porter and driver (tipping is expected)
  • Any unseen expenses due to circumstances beyond our control

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Accommodation and Meal


Accommodations in Kathmandu, Pokhara and on the trail are included in the package cost.  You will be staying at 4-star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Spend 2 nights at Hotel Shanker in Kathmandu and 1 night at Hotel Barahi in Pokhara.& ...Read More

Accommodations in Kathmandu, Pokhara and on the trail are included in the package cost.  You will be staying at 4-star hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Spend 2 nights at Hotel Shanker in Kathmandu and 1 night at Hotel Barahi in Pokhara.  Both these hotels are centrally located and feature tastefully decorated rooms with en suite bathrooms, multi-cuisine restaurants, bar, café, swimming pool and garden area.

During your Annapurna Circuit Trek you will be spending 12 nights at comfortable mountain lodges run by local families. You will be accommodated at the best available local lodges.Compared to city hotels, teahouses along the trail may not have the same facilities. Please try to keep an open mind and embrace the experience.

Accommodation is arranged on a twin-sharing basis. If traveling solo, you will get to share the room with someone of the same gender. If you require a single room, it will be available at an extra cost. Though single rooms are readily available in Kathmandu, Pokhara and at lower elevations while trekking, at higher elevations it is difficult to get a single room.


Enjoy Breakfast and Farewell dinners in Kathmandu. Only breakfast included in Pokhara.  Meals(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) while trekking will be provided by the company. Breakfast and dinner will be served at the teahouse you w ...Read More

Enjoy Breakfast and Farewell dinners in Kathmandu. Only breakfast included in Pokhara. 

Meals(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) while trekking will be provided by the companyBreakfast and dinner will be served at the teahouse you will be staying overnight. Lunch will be at a teahouse en route, on the trail. Food on the trail consists of local (rice, lentils, curry, chapatis) and international dishes (apple pie, pancakes, pizza, mac & cheese, toast, noodles etc.) high on nutrition and carbohydrate.

Dates and Prices

We only organize Private and Tailor-Made Trips.

Choose your own travel dates and book your trip online through our safe and secure online booking portal. Once you have booked and paid, it's 100% confirmed that your trip will run on schedule.

We have more than 23 years of experience in planning adventure holidays in the Himalayas. Our trips are fully-supported and we offer personalized service to our clients. The care and attention that we put in your trip ensures that your holiday is more enriching, satisfying and successful. When you travel at your personal timeframe with your own group it's guaranteed that you will have the trip of a lifetime.

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USD 3580
Total: USD 3580

Best Time To Travel

Spring (March to May) and autumn (late September to November) are the ideal seasons for the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The daytime temperature is just perfect during this time. It is neither too hot nor too cold during these times. Nights on the mountains are usually cold. Above 4,000 meters, you can expect nighttime temperatures to drop as low as -10 degrees.

Essential Information

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Annapurna Circuit Trek FAQs

If you have booked a package with us you won’t be spending much as accommodation and 3 meals are already included in your trip price. You may have to personally pay for items like beverages and drinks, extra snacks, hot showers, electronic device charging, wifi etc. USD 20 to 30 (NRS 2000-3000) per day will suffice.

Please do note that if you are traveling in a group, a member falling sick won’t disrupt your trip. While the sick person will be taken care of, the rest of the group will be able to continue with the trip.

If someone becomes ill on the trail your trekking guide will take the sick person’s condition on account and decide he or she shall continue with the trek or return to a lower elevation and wait for the rest of the group. If his or her condition is serious then the person will be flown by air ambulance to Kathmandu or Pokhara for expert medical attention. An assistant will take care of the sick person, while the rest of the group shall proceed onwards and complete the trip as per the itinerary. 

If you want to add extra activities and sites to your itinerary it can be done. Our Travel Consultant will help you customize your trip. Just let us know which places you want to visit and what you want to do and we will add these in your itinerary.

We usually provide private comfortable vehicles to individual tourists. For groups we provide comfortable luxury buses for pick up and drop-offs.

While tipping is not mandatory it is a nice way of showing your appreciation to the people who have helped you enrich your holiday experience. It all depends on how far you are pleased and satisfied with their services. There is no fixed amount, but many of our clients offer 8-10 percent of the total tour price as tips.   

Each day you can expect 5 to 7 hours of walking, covering around 10 to 14 km. However when you reach 3500m, you will be walking around 5 to 7 hours but the distance covered will be less as you will be walking slowly at higher altitudes. We want you to know that all our itineraries are flexible and can be altered by weather, geographical and physical condition of the individual participants.

The permits needed are - Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) entry fee and TIMS(Trekkers’ Information Management System fee).

The quality of teahouses in the Annapurna Region is pretty good and most of them offer facilities like western toilets, hot showers (may charge cost) and a wide range of items on their menu. The rooms are usually furnished with two separate beds with mattress, pillows, blankets and bed sheets. Most of the teahouses are family or community run establishments. Teahouses are like an extended home and have a warm and cosy feel to them.

We provide sleeping bag and down jacket but you need to bring your own personal gear. We can recommend some good stores where you can hire or buy new ones.

Teahouses offer boiled and filtered drinking water to trekkers for a price. Though you can purchase bottled water, we discourage the use of plastic bottled water on the trail because of the adverse effect on the environment. You can bring along with you a reusable bottle nd fill it up with drinking water. 

Your guide will check the condition of the water of the filtered water before you purchase it. Please be assured that our guide will thoroughly check whether the water has been boiled and treated properly before you drink it.

Latest Traveller's Reviews

Travel experiences of our clients who recently returned from their trips.

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Hayden Kelly
Jun 03, 2019
Joy of accomplishment
I did the Annapurna Circuit trek of 16 days with a bunch of my friends. It was challenging no doubt thus my eyes are shining with the joy of this accomplishment. The stunning views of the trek are to die for and being on the top of Thorongla Pass is incomparable. Huge shout out for our guide and porters without whom we couldn’t have done this trek. The team encouraged us when we were tired to move further and helped us to be comfortable in our own pace. A good sense of humor and jokes we perfect to deal with a whining group like ours!
Good Value,
Milan Van den Berg
May 12, 2019
Two weeks of bliss
It’s undoubtedly challenging but exceedingly rewarding. Good combination of dramatically high mountains and rural villages of Nepal. The trek leading to Thorangla pass is a memory for a lifetime. Crossing high pass over 5000 meters is more of a personal accomplishment for me. Glad to make it with mild Acute Mountain Sickness. My first 2-weeks long trek in the Himalayas and felt like my training in gym and day hike in weekends back home helped me a lot.
Go on your pace, don’t rush, breathe while enjoying the mountains and traditional villages. I would definitely recommend this trip to everyone who is skeptical about doing this trek!
Jenice Thomsen
May 01, 2019
An unforgettable Annapurna Circuit Trek
Although the trek is physically demanding there isn’t any dramatic climb over boulders. The altitude hits you as you trek higher in elevation and makes a non-intimidating ascend difficult. The trek from Thorongla pass to Muktenath is excruciating but rewarding as well. The scenery with astounding snowcapped mountains was amazing and the locals were warm and welcoming. Lake Tilicho was stunning! Waterfalls, lakes, monasterary, suspension bridges and ancient villages are the added bonus to then trek in the wilderness.
Best Destination,I like itinerary,
Crossing Thorongla pass and that feeling of being on top of the world is still fresh.
Pack a bit of patience and enjoy the trek.
Paul Reilly
flagsNew Zealand
Mar 22, 2019
A lifetime experience
I would like to express my gratitude to Third Rock Adventures’ team for their wonderful service  during our Annapurna Circuit Trek. We had a fantastic trek with our man Shiva, guiding our group. An experienced guide, he was prudent enough to adjust the itinerary when a couple of our group members felt a little unwell. We had brief spells of bad weather up in the mountains, but the crew’s enthusiasm and encouragement buoyed our spirits and motivated us to carry on. All in all it was an outstanding trek. I have come away a stash of great pictures and memories that will last a lifetime. Our group started off as a bunch of strangers, but by the end of the trek all of us became good friends. Thank you for a well-organized and safe trek. I have no hesitation in recommending Third Rock to anyone considering a trip to Nepal!
Best Destination,
Because I had been meaning to do the Annapurna Circuit for a pretty long long time.
Meeting all the members during trip briefing, swapping stories after dinner at the end of each day's trek and experiencing the cultural as well as geographical diversity of this tiny country.
Wear a wide brimmed hat if you suffer from sunburns easily, like I do.
Kevin Chang
Sep 17, 2018
Amazing Annapurna Circuit Trek
My sincere thanks goes out to the team at Third Rock Adventures for organizing a memorable trek. I completed the Annapurna Circuit and accomplished a lifelong dream, all thanks to the wonderful people at Third Rock Adventures! Yam, our mountain guide proved to be an excellent leader. He took great care of us and ensured that we had a hassle-free trek. The porters were uncomplaining, humble and cheerful. The altitude hit me as we neared the high pass at Thorung La. But I was okay after taking Diamox and spending a day at Thorung Phedi, just below the pass. The whole trek was filled with amazing sights. Tilicho and Ice Lake were spectacular, but the trek’s highlight was the crossing of the Thorung La pass. It was kind of difficult but worth the effort. The views were lovely and we spent a great deal of time taking pictures and soaking in the views. Part of the trail felt like Tibet. Manang, Pisang and other villages above the 3000m mark seemed culturally more Tibetan. The visit to the shrine at Muktinath was insightful. Much as I enjoyed the trek, it was a relief to arrive in Jomsom and enjoy a hot shower and a can of beer. I am fully satisfied with the way this company organized my Annapurna Circuit Trek. I definitely recommend this company and use them again.
Good Value, I liked the itinerary.
Beuse this trek has been in my bucket-list for ages.
Hikes to Ice Lake and Tilicho Lake, turning the prayer wheels and gazing at the snow-covered mountains that stood so close. The crossing of the Thorung La Pass was also meorable.
Though roads have been built along the circuit, the place is still beautiful. Annapurna Circuit has not lost its charm. Don't let people talk you out of walking along this beautiful part of the world just because a rough jeep track goes through it. This trek is still one of the best treks in the world. You should do it.

Guinness World Record holder Gives Third Rock Adventures a Review!

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Werner Berger is the Guinness Book of World Records holder for being the oldest person in the World to have climbed the highest mountain on each of the seven (7) continents (incl. Mt. Everest).

I am Werner Berger and my "claim to fame" is probably best defined as being in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest person in the world to have climbed the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, including Mt. Everest.

Little did I know my life was to change forever on my first trek into the Himalaya in 1992 at age 55. It was the beginning and just a matter time before I realized I could combine my leadership and climbing skills to create a program in which people could explore their own possibilities.

So, in 2010, I began leading Transformational Life Experiences, treks to Mt. Everest Base Camp and other high places.

One of the earliest keys to success is to find a company with the right mix of professionalism, support, and, of course, experience. I have used Naba Amgai and his teams on all my Nepal trekking adventures.

Naba's caring and climber support, is second to none. In my estimation, Third Rock Adventures is one of the very best in the business, in or outside of Nepal. They know the mountains. So you can relax, enjoy and transform.

- Werner Berger

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