- Day 1: Pokhara/Kalikasthan - Yangjakot trek (1440m)
- Day 2: Yangjakot - Tanting trek (1580m)
- Day 3: Tanting - Siklis trek (1980m)
- Day 4: Siklis to Ghale Gaun trek (1620m)
- Day 5: Ghale Gaun to Bhurjung Khola trek/Pokhara
AccommodationRated Good by past passengers
GuideRated Excellent by past passengers
TransportRated Good by past passengers
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- PWPaulWritten on May 8, 20195.0 - ExcellentShow detailed ratings
Fabulous trip full of amazing views and wonderful people.
- BSBenjaminWritten on November 6, 20175.0 - ExcellentShow detailed ratings
The trip we had, Walking Annapurna was OUTSTANDING. We may not be the youngest nor the oldest trekkers who have taken the trek, but at 70 and 68 (myself and my wife), it was a trip we will not forget. With only four of us trekkers we had a chance to... Read more
- AMAmyWritten on July 5, 20174.0 - GoodShow detailed ratings
The trek was great. We had a wonderful time. Our guide and porter were both really good. Going during an off season was nice, as we don't like crowded trails. The only negative was our teahouse stay at Tadapani, which was not pleasant. The host was not nice... Read more
Questions & Answers
Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions about this tour.
We are under the impression we provide our own water purification for the trip, either tables or our small water purification filter system, is this correct?
While trekking, boiled or safe water is available for drinking. However, you should also carry a water purification method. Options include:
- purification tablets available from camping stores or pharmacies eg. Micropur.
- 2% tincture of iodine, available from pharmacies, used at 4 drops per litre of water and left for at least 20 minutes - longer in very cold weather.
What time should I arrive for the tour?
The tour operator suggested getting there a day early for the group meeting at their office in Pkhara, all of the joining information is listed in the trip notes.
When is monsoon season in Nepal? Can you still take this tour during this time?
Between June and August, it is monsoon season in Nepal. Yes you can travel at this time. Should you choose to travel during this time, please note that you will encounter wet conditions, obscured views, and an extra leech or two. During the monsoon, there is a chance that our itinerary may be adjusted pending water levels in rivers. Don't forget to carry rain proof jackets and trouser or raincoat.
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